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Canberra Vs The Coasties?
The traditional season opener in the mostly enclosed waters of Jervis Bay is great Weta territory and Wetas have become the biggest class at the event with participants from NSW, ACT and VIC all making the pilgrimage to the event.
Will it be the light wind experts from Canberra who triumph this year or can the coastal sailors get ahead?
Racing starts on Saturday 1st with the warning signal at 12.30 and 11.00 on Sunday 2nd. The NOR for the event is here.
Save $10 and register in advance using the registration form here for $50 or you can register at the club on Saturday for $60.
Will Geoff Waldron manage to keep his boat while fetching his trolley?
Will Paul manage to avoid hitting another boat?
Why sail at Jervis Bay?
Jervis Bay is recognised as one of the best sailing venues in Australia. The waters are a pristine Marine Park. There are virtually no navigation hazards and boat traffic is light. The oval shaped bay is 15 km (7 nautical miles) long and 8 km (4 nautical miles) wide. Depth ranges from 10-20 m over most of the bay. The enclosed bay is partially sheltered, but southerly swells enter the bay and wind driven waves increase the excitement when racing. The winds are generally steady and persistent throughout the year, with 15-20 knot NE winds a feature during summer. Winds are generally around 10-15 knots on most days, less during Spring and Autumn. See a Map of Jervis Bay as PDF
Stayz have apartments and houses from $200/night, AirBNB from $148/night, Camping or Cabins atJervis Bay Cabins & Caravan Park from $140/night.
Let us know you’re coming
You can view and register your attendance on the Weta calendar here.
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