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NSW/ACT Clubs racing Sharpies

Sharpies race on Lake Burley Griffin from the YMCA Sailing Club every Saturday during the sailing season.

The Canberra Yacht Club's twilight series is also popular, with boats venturing out on Wednesday afternoons to catch the freshening evening breeze.

The ANU Sailing Club also supports Sharpie sailing and has two ANU boats that can be campaigned by being a member of the ANU Sports Union. More information on eligibility please contact Mr Grant Warner. Email: SGW@grapevine.com.au Mob: 0408486821

Port Kembla

Port Kembla Sailing Club hosted the 66th Sharpie Nationals The club is situated on the northern shore of Lake Illawarra. There is now a growing fleet of competitive Sharpies sailing each Saturday. Visitors welcome. Visit the PKSC website or email Ian Richardson Vintage@bigpond.com

Sydney

Small fleets exist at both Balmoral and Port Hacking. Follow this link to the Balmoral Sailing Club email David Dixon-Hughes ddixonhughes@westpac.com.au or phone (02) 9449-4079. Visit the Port Hacking Open Sailing Club webiste or contact Lloyd Zietsch direct by email lzietsch@yahoo.com

South Coast

Another fleet also exists at near Wallagoot Lake at the Dry River Sailing Club. To contact the South Coast Sharpies email Tim Whitaker.

 

Clubs around Australia sailing Sharpies

Adelaide Sailing Club
Balmoral Sailing Club
Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club
Canberra Yacht Club
Monash University Sailing Club
Mounts Bay Sailing Club
Port Kembla Sailing Club

Port Lincoln Yacht Club
YMCA Sailing Club

 

Roadkill (N815), sailing here on Lake Burley Griffin, now sails from Port Kembla Sailing Club on Lake Illawarra.

 

 

 

   
       
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