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As you know, there has been a big shake up on the administrative side of sailing, with all the state associations being absorbed into Australian Sailing. This doesn’t mean the state ...
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Bill Allen has been an active sailing member at MHYC since 1976 In addition, he has also spent considerable time in on various yachting committees, helping to improve our sport. Around the ...
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As we and our sister Clubs strive to increase the depth of regular weekend and regatta fleets, the usable racing areas on the Harbour are becoming more congested. To that end, we need to respect ...
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MHYC is a great escape for school holidays with many adventures for kids of all ages. A gorgeous temperate climate makes outdoor activities enjoyable year-round, and sailing is fun for all ...
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Entry is open and the Notice of Race is online for the 39th Sydney Short Ocean Racing Championship (SSORC), to be hosted by Middle Harbour Yacht Club on the weekend of November 26 and ...
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Beau Geste and JustADash have cleaned up Division 1 and 2 respectively at the 39th Sydney Short Ocean Racing Championship (SSORC) hosted by Middle Harbour Yacht Club, each winning all three ...
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Standard entries in Middle Harbour Yacht Club’s 39th Sydney Short Ocean Racing Championship (SSORC), to be held over two days on 26 and 27 November, close on Friday, 11 November, and already ...
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Would you sail more if you had access to a boat, minimum time obligation to maintaining the boat and not having to commit to a weekly program? Please read on. MHYC has an excellent reputation ...
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A trio of TP52’s, headed by Hong Kong’s Karl Kwok with Team Beau Geste and Division 2 defending champ, JustADash, are the early leaders of Middle Harbour Yacht Club’s 39th Sydney ...
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On two Sunday mornings each month you may have noticed six very colourful two person dinghies sailing from the club’s rigging deck wharf. They are a group of people with disabilities doing ...
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