Australian Sailing Number (ASN)
All competitors in any race must be a member of a club or be a temporary SailPass member as per rule 46.
This centres around duty of care, safety and insurance for injury, accident or financial loss.
This also gives us information about who is racing which is an important part of our approach to safety.
It's the Skipper's responsibility to ensure crew have an ASN to be eligible to race/receive prizes.
- Observe maximum number of 9.
- Check sailing roster for Wed. afternoons.
- Skippers to drop most crew on marina.
- Tender will drop remaining crew to closest point on the marina to save time.
- Crew to ensure skippers are picked up.
- This way we can get all ashore quickly and not forget anyone.
Lisa Jude Clipper Race Presentation
You are invited to attend our next sailing presentation night.
70-foot ocean racing yachts stripped of all luxuries with 16-18 novice sailors from all nationalities racing to circumnavigate......... what could go wrong?
Come down to RMYC to hear fellow local sailor talk about the training involved to join the crew of a Clipper round the world yacht.
Lisa has completed her training and will shortly join the race for two of the eight legs, from Freemantle to Zhuhai in China.
Please book a table so we know you are coming.
Hope to see you there.