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Australian Masters Games 2019 - Sailing


The 17th Australian Masters Games are to be held in Adelaide in October 2019. All single-handed dinghy classes affiliated with Australian Sailing, are invited to enter.

Online entry will be opening soon.


Tuesday 8 October - Thursday 10 October 2019


Tuesday 8 October: 11:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday 9 October: 11:00am - 4:00pm

Thursday 10 October: 11:00am - 5:00pm


Adelaide Sailing Club, West Beach -

Event Information

Mixed Gender racing

Age Groups: 30-44, 45-59, 60-69, 70+

Age Requirements: Age determined at 31 December 2019

Minimum age 30 years

Participation Fees

Games Entry Fee: $110 per person or $99 per person for people aged 70+ (the above entry fees will increase to $137.50 and $126.50 respectively as at 3 August 2019). Please note: All transactions are subject to a PayPal charge (1.5% of total amount due +$0.30).

Further details available in the Games Entry Terms & Conditions.

Sport Entry Fee: $70.00 per person

Number of Participant Requirements

Minimum number of participants required to conduct competition: 30

Minimum number of participants required to conduct age groups: 5

Any age group that does not have a minimum of 5 participants will be combined with another age group.

Additional Information

Single-handed classes competing on yardstick.

Any class with more than 10 entries will have prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in that class overall.

Boat Classes – Contender, Finn, Hansa Liberty, Impulse, Laser 4.7, Laser Radial, Laser Full Rig, OK Dinghy, Sabre, Spiral.


West Beach Parks is conveniently located adjacent to the club. Visit website -


For sport specific enquiries, contact: Organiser: Adelaide Sailing Club. Contact: Malcolm Hughes 0411 135 988.



We hope to see you there.

Emma Short

Club Services Officer Australian Sailing - SA Office


Masters Games Website






There are some exciting sail developments in the Laser class. This post is on the WA Laser Association's Facebook page.







Woollahra Sailing Club, Rose Bay, Sydney



Congratulations to the skippers and crew who flew the flag for Maylands Yacht Club in the Mirror Worlds on Sydney Harbour. Conditions ranged from light to fresh, to a southerly buster on the final day (Saturday, January 5). Updated provisional results show that out of 59 starters after nine races, our MYC trio stuck together!  Rolna Stoeger and Doug Pianta finished 46th with a best finish of 24th, Duke and Glenn Secco finished 47th (best 30th) and Paul and Hannah Cornwell came in at 48th (best 24th).



Mirror Sailing New South Wales’ Facebook page  posted this classic shot of Paul and Hannah in Blackadder on a screaming reach. A day earlier, in Race 1, the boat was holed in a collision but overnight repairs did the trick.



Meanwhile, Duke Secco was given special mention for his outstanding effort.





MYC Learn to Sail for adults and children


resumes Sunday, October 14, at 9.30am, in 2018-19


summer season.


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A Call For Volunteers


MYC is looking for volunteers to help run the morning and afternoon training/racing fixtures on Sundays. There are several roles that need to be filled to ensure an enjoyable day on the water, so please contact Commodore Steve Rose for details if you would like to assist the club.


0417 995 598