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by John Burgess 25 Aug 2018 04:00 BST 3-4 November 2018
Australian Trailable Yacht and Sports Boat Championship © John Burgess

The Australian Sailing, National Trailable Yacht & Sports Boat Championship 2018 (for those boats with an ATYSBR CBH rating), will be hosted and conducted by the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria on the 3rd and 4th November 2018.

Trailable Yachts and Sports Boats from all over Australia are expected to attend this event, which is rotated around the eastern seaboard states annually. The 2017 Championship was conducted at Port Kembla Sailing Club, Lake Illawarra NSW, and the 2019 Championship will be hosted by a Queensland yacht club.

The Championship will be sailed in two divisions, with a division for Trailable Yachts and a division for Sports Boats. The regatta will be governed by the Australian Trailable Yacht & Sports Boat Rule, of which, Australian Sailing is the custodian.

The Notice of Race and Entry Form are available on the RYCV website.

The Sailing Instructions will be available at the RYCV on the 3rd November or, on the RYCV website in October 2018.

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