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2018 Goodwill Cup Regatta (17 & 18 November) Sailing Event

We have 28 entries in this weekend’s Goodwill Cup, with a mix of Division 1 (IRC and Performance Yachts), Division 3 (Trailerable and Small Yachts) and Division 5 (Multihull) boats. The split between Divisions 1 and 3 shall be made based on the allocated PHS handicaps.  Participants are will have a Social Function on the

Keep it up Luke and Rory!

Well done to RQYouthSquad Flying 11 sailors Luke Rogers and Rory Meehan who competed at the first round of the NSW Championships at Vaucluse. The boys currently sit 5th overall and 1st in the Under 14 division in the 65 boat fleet. The  Flying 11s Australia  Championships will be held at Port Stephens in the New Year and

57th Goodwill Cup Navigation Event Results

Congratulations to our RQ Navigation Eventers, who last weekend competed in the annual Goodwill Cup. After a very close competition with our rivals from Southport Yacht Club we managed to retain the Goodwill Trophy for another year. Well done to all who competed! Please click on the relevant links below to view the results from

WAGS Cancelled – Wed, 07 Nov. 2018

Hi All,  The decision has been made to Abandon WAGS for today. Unfortunately the weather situation is beyond what the Race Committee deems suitable for racing today. No Wags, No Worries, we still encourage sailors to come down and use the facilities and we will be offering 2 for 1 in the Restaurant today. No

Sail Cruising Group Upcoming Cruise

Sat 24 – Sun 25 November 2018: Cruise to Scarborough Boat Harbour  Cruise Captains – Ross and Shez, SV Sensation Join us for a cruise up to Moreton Bay Boat Club in Scarborough Boat Harbour. The marina is offering a discounted rate of $40 per boat visiting for the night. Scarborough Marina overlooks the Glasshouse Mountains,

Queensland Sabre Championships

Five RQYS members competed in the Queensland Sabre Championships at Cleveland Yacht Club last weekend. John Campbell, with 6 straight wins, won in very tricky conditions. Keith Wilson, John Simmers, Alan Wilson and Andrew Matheson also competed. Saturdays light wind with strong outgoing tide made all aspects of racing difficult. Simply crossing the starting line

Etchells World Championship – RQYS Members in Podium Positions!

Saturday saw the end of the 2018 Etchells World Championship at RQYS, after a week of light, shifting conditions and challenging world class racing. In the end it was Aussie competitor Lisa Rose who emerged as the new Etchells World Champion. Congratulations to skipper Martin Hill and crew of Julian Plante, Sean O’Rourke and RQYS Member