Sailing at TCYC

Sailing at The Cruising Yacht Club of WA Inc.

Sailing at TCYC is conducted every Saturday throughout summer. The season Opening Day is always on the Sunday of the WA Queens Birthday long weekend. Over Christmas New Year is the famous Cockburn Sound Regatta.

Saturday mornings are taken up with junior sail training. Saturday afternoon combines senior and junior racing. There are also many special sailing events throughout the year.

All classes racing are handicapped by performance, so everyone has equal changes of picking up a win. Click for more information on Handicapping.

Click here to view Senior Sailing Programme 2016/17

Click here to view the Sailing Programme Calendar 2016/17

These rules will take effect from Jan 1st 2017

http://www.sailing.org.au/sport-services/racing-rules/


Special Regulations for Racing Boats:
http://www.sailing.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/150619-2013-16-Special-Regulations-Part-1-Keelboats.pdf

Paperwork

There is always some paperwork that has to be completed before racing can commence.
All the relevant documents can be dowloaded here.

Visitors

We also receive lots of visitors who wish to sail in the magnificent waters of Cockburn Sound. The visitors range from dinghies to offshore ocean racers. If your club or association would like to vist or sail at TCYC please contact our Rear Commodore Sailing, rearcommodoresail@tcyc.com.au

 

Yachting Australia Silver Cards

Through your membership with TCYC you will be registered to Yachting WA and hence Yachting Australia. More information about Silver Cards can be found at the YA website.

 

Discover Sailing

TCYC is a recognised training centre for the YA Discover Sailing programme and provides a wide range of sail and powerboat training.  For adults, we also run a keelboat training course on our own MB21 "Key Largo".  Contact the office for details of how you can take advantage of this opportunity. 

 

Sail Trim

Geoff Bishop of UK Sailmakers Fremantle has been a great supporter of TCYC and the CSR. He is also a great educator and these are his slides from his sail trim presentation.