Sail Melbourne returns to Port Phillip in 2022

The 2021 Sail Melbourne regatta is set to bring some excitement and on-water action to kick off the calendar year of racing.  Held from 12th January 2022 until 17th January 2022, sailors are looking forward to making up for lost time on Port Phillip following the cancellation of the event in 2021 due to COVID.  Hosted jointly by the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria and Royal Brighton Yacht Club and supported by Mordialloc Sailing Club, Black Rock Yacht Club and Hobson’s Bay Yacht Club, the event w

Olympic Sailing Returns to Port Phillip this January

This summer will see the return of Australia’s the pinnacle Olympic and invited class regatta, Sail Melbourne on Port Phillip. The event will run from 13-17 January 2022, supported by the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria and Royal Brighton Yacht Club.

Sail Melbourne’s New Joint Venture

Sail Melbourne the premier Olympic and Invited Classes Regatta, will be hosted in 2022 by Royal Brighton Yacht Club (RBYC) and Royal Yacht Club of Victoria (RYCV) on January 13th -17th.

Sail Melbourne 2021 Regatta Cancelled

Unfortunately the club has had to make the decision to cancel the regatta after having being identified as a COVID-19 public exposure site.

Notice of Race Published & Entries Are Open for Sail Melbourne 2021

Sail Melbourne Next Gen will run from 11 - 14 January 2021 for the Optimist, O’Pen Skiff, Minnow and Cadet Classes. Sail Melbourne will run from 16 - 20 January 2021 for the Olympic and Invited Classes. Both events will be hosted by Royal Brighton Yacht Club (RBYC).

Aspiring Olympians Impress at Sail Melbourne International

From Melbourne to Tokyo: Six months out from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Sail Melbourne International 2020 saw the world’s best sailors wrapping up the five-day event with a light wind day on Port Phillip Bay on Tuesday

The 2020 Road to Tokyo and Paris 2024 goes via Sail Melbourne

Sail Melbourne International starts today (17 – 21 January 2020) and189 days out from the Tokyo Olympic Games, the world’s best sailors from 25 countries and all-around Australia will battle it out on Port Phillip in another world-class sailing event of the 2020 Melbourne Summer of Sailing series.

National Youth Champions decided after final day of racing abandoned

Racing was abandoned on the final day of the Australian Youth Championships at Sorrento Sailing and Couta Boat Club (SSCBC) after the race committee had continuously monitored the conditions throughout the day in an effort to get the competitors on the water.