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Boat Charter and Parts
Boat Park Precinct
Boat Trailer - Off-Site Storage
Early Arrivals and Extended Stays
Equipment Storage during the event
Opening / Arrival Regatta Venue
Para Sailing Forum
Regatta Office and Opening Times
RIB's available for charter
Safety Management Plan
Sailing Instructions (Sls)
Schedule of Racing
Training at the venue before the regatta
Victorian Child Safety Policies by the host club.
If you are interested in chartering a boat for Sail Melbourne or require parts throughout the event we recommend NB Sailsports, nbsailsports.com.au
Reserve your charter here or contact NB Sailsports at email@example.com or +61 405 177207.
Do you have a boat/available for charter?
In an effort to assist and attract more interstate competitors, as well as bring you some money for a spare boat you may have not being used, we want to provide a match-making service for those who have boats (competing classes or suitable coach boats) with those looking to charter boats.
If you have a boat and would like us to pass on suitable requests that we receive please contact Nadine Tabak at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you looking for a charter boat?
If you are looking to privately charter a boat to compete at the Sail Melbourne or a coach/support boat, please contact Nadine Tabak at email@example.com and we can put you in touch with available charter boat owners
Sail Melbourne recommends MB Marine Services - Shipwright & Repairs
Michael Bunyard for all your boat repairs.
+61 (0)415 669 440 or Michaelbunyard@hotmail.com.
All boats will be located in the Royal Brighton Yacht Club. All boats are to be stored in their allocated location based on class.
Due to site restrictions, Royal Brighton Yacht Club is unable to store trailers onsite.
There will be limited paid offsite trailer storage available during the event - Bookings Available Soon. .
There is onsite paid car park available to competitors, volunteers and support personal, please note this area has a maximum time limit up to four (4) hours.
Free car parking is located on the side streets around Royal Brighton Yacht Club with and without time limits.
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Class Rep will be the person to contact if you have questions about your class whilst you're a competitor at Sail Melbourne. More information coming soon.
Competitors are not required to check in, in person onsite. Prior to the event you will be sent an email asking you to confirm your registration details. Following this all competitors will be required to sign on and off daily via online form. More details regarding the process will be shared as we get closer to the regatta.
Details regarding arranging container arrival and departure will be provided shortly.
If you wish to arrive early or extended your stay at the club before or after Sail Melbourne please contact the Sailing Office at RBYC to ensure they can accommodate your stay.
RBYC Boating Manager - Colin Burgess - firstname.lastname@example.org, 0418 240 313.
Entries Opening Shortly .
We encourage all participants to not leave the property unsecured during the event, anything left on site will be at your own risk.
First aid facility will be located at the Regatta Office at RBYC.
Event Schedule Coming Soon.
The host clubs will be organising nightly patrols, the responsibility remains with every individual to ensure that their property is safe and secure when they are not there.
No Para Classification will be held in November. For sailors who need classification prior to the event please contact email@example.com. Para Classification will return at Sail Melbourne in 2024. .
Details regarding the Para Sailing Forum Coming Soon. .
RYBC is well serviced by all sorts of public transport including various Bus Services and the Train (Sandringham Line). For detailed timetable and schedule information, please visit www.ptv.gov.au.
Click here to view Race Documents.
The Regatta Office will be located on the city side of Royal Brighton Yacht Club. The office schedule will be available in due course. .
The 2023 safety management plan will be available shortly.
Coming Soon .
When available, the preliminary event schedule can be found here.
To gain access to the marina all support vessels are required to be registered with the event. Support vessel registration will be available from December 1st.
All support vessels are critical to the safe delivery of the regatta and in the case of emergency are important parts of on-water safety. For this reason, all support vessels associated with the event need to register prior to the event.
This registration will provide you with competitor level access to the venue and berthing of your boat during the regatta.
For any berthing/access required outside of the dates of the event, please arrange this directly with RBYC Boating Manager. Colin Burgess- firstname.lastname@example.org, 0418 240 313
There is no support vessels launching facilities at the venue. The first option is 4.4km north of the venue at St Kilda Marina where there is full service marina / boating facility including public launching ramps and re-fuelling.
Option 1 - St Kilda Marina
The second option is 1.6km north of the venue. We would only recommend small to medium RIB’s at this location. All day paid trailer parking is available at this location. Refer to maps.
Second Option – Elwood Boat Ramp at the end of North Rd. This ramp is unsuitable in strong westerly winds.
You can train and sail out of the venue. If arriving in Melbourne to train before this date (refer to the Preliminary Event Schedule) please contact:
RBYC Boating Manager, Colin Burgess - email@example.com , 0418 240 313.
All the policies on Child Safety can be located via the host clubs website:
Click here for more information on the policies