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  • Adelaide Sailing Club
    A world class sailing club founded on proud traditions, with an active racing program and social functions. Adelaide Sailing Club was formed from the union of Glenelg Sailing Club with Holdfast Bay Yacht Club. This union took place in 1998 with the construction of these world class facilities at the end of Barcoo Road as part of the Holdfast Shores development of Glenelg. Active sailing encompassing senior mono, multi-hulls, sports boats, trailerables, Sailability and junior racing. An Accredited Yachting Australia Training Centre, our Qualified Instructors regularly conduct adult and youth learn to sail courses. West Beach, South Australia
    http://www.adelaidesailingclub.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Adelaide Speed Boat Club
    The Adelaide Speed Boat Club was first incorporated in 1935 and was situated at Snowdens Beach on the Port River . In 1969 the club moved to its present site at the North Arm, which provides an ideal venue for Powerboat Racing and other water sport activities. Throughout the season, several classes of boats from the Nipper class for children up to Hydroplanes, Formula One Outboards and Supercharged Inboards will compete. Port Adelaide, SA Australia
    http://www.asbc.net.au/
    (Added: Thu Oct 30 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club
    Brighton and Seacliff Yacht Club (BSYC) is one of Adelaide’s leading sailing clubs. More than just a yacht club, we are a function centre, a sailing and aquatics school and a community focus area with two bars and a bistro. People of all ages and backgrounds feel at home in BSYC where there is something for everyone. We are Adelaide’s foremost off-the-beach yacht club and our experience is gained not just through the successful organisation of Club sailing but the management of numerous state, national and world championships. Adelaide, South Australia
    http://www.bsyc.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Christies Sailing Club
    Christies Sailing Club (CSC) was founded in 1958 and has steadily grown to be known as one of the friendliest clubs in South Australia. Former Junior Sailors have gone up through the ranks to become national title holders in several classes. The club's members have travelled far and wide throughout the country attending many major regattas, often bringing home the trophies. Located on the Esplanade at Christies Beach, the club has excellent facilities that include a licensed bar, fully equipped kitchen, change rooms and a view that is one of the best in the state. The club has an active social committee which do a fantastic job organising social events for club members and friends. Esplanade, Christies Beach, South Australia
    http://www.christiessailing.com/
    (Added: Wed Mar 12 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Clayton Bay Boat Club
    The Clayton Bay Boat Club conducts a series of well organised sailing events and races including the "Red Top series", novelty races and the annual Rat Race Regatta. With a mixture of boats ranging from catamarans, dinghies and trailer sailers, entrants compete for a series of club trophies. Races are usually followed by the Club BBQ. With a range of activities available, Clayton Bay also offers the perfect location for a great weekend getaway. Whether you enjoy sailing, water skiing, canoeing or just relaxing with friends, you will love the day you visited Clayton Bay. Clayton Bay, SA Australia
    http://www.claytonbayboatclub.org.au/
    (Added: Wed Mar 12 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia
    Is prominent in all forms of yachting in South Australia, including Racing, Cruising, and Fishing. The Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia is the State’s premier yacht club and caters for over 1200 members with a diverse range of sporting and social interests. Located on the Le Fevre Peninsula at North Haven, the Club was incorporated in 1973. Just 5 minutes from Semaphore, 10 minutes from increasingly thriving Port Adelaide, and 15 minutes from West Lakes, the CYCSA's location is unreservedly convenient. North Haven, South Australia.
    http://www.cycsa.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Garden Island Yacht Club
    GIYC is a club that upholds the traditions of a club environment. The Club provides activities for all our boating fraternities. Finally, GIYC is a social and family club. Our members of all ages enjoy many social activities at our club facilities. The Garden Island Yacht Club (GIYC) was founded in 1978, and still boast a family friendly, social community of sailing enthusiasts. The GIYC has 4 marinas, plus hardstands for trailer sailors. Port Adelaide, SA Australia
    http://www.giyc.net/
    (Added: Thu Mar 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Goolwa Regatta Yacht Club
    Founded in 1854, GRYC conducts a wide variety of regattas and events catering for trailer-sailers, riverboats, catamarans and dinghies. Also there is an active cruising calendar and social activities. The Club's marina accommodates 106 boats up to 12 metres in length. The majority of vessels on the Club's register are trailer-sailers or other lifting-keel yachts which are well suited to the relatively shallow waters of the adjacent Lower Murray Lakes and Coorong areas. However an increasing number of power boats are kept in the GRYC marina as well. Goolwa, South Australia
    http://www.gryc.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Grange Sailing Club
    The Grange Sailing Club has a long tradition of training newcomers to the sport. The Club owns a selection of boats suitable for training purposes and trainees are encouraged to use these boats both in training and during normal club racing. The boats owned by the club include five Holdfast Trainers, 1 Heron and 1 Laser. When training numbers are high several other boats can be called in as well to allow everyone to get the most out of the session. A 125 is also available and 2 Hoby 14 catarmarans are now proudly in our fleet. The Esplanade, Henley Beach, Adelaide, South Australia
    http://www.grangesc.org.au/
    (Added: Thu Mar 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Henley Sailing Club
    Henley, founded in 1911, is the oldest existing club along the metropolitan coast. With a long tradition of producing champions, Henley prides itself on its on-the-water activities. Clear of land influences, Henley offers some of the best dinghy sailing waters in Australia. Sail Training Programs October to March each year. The Club has large, accessible carparking, expanses of lawned area and wide beach facilities for boats. Tractors and beach buggies provide easy access to the beach. An active social calendar during both the sailing the the "off" season. West Beach, SA Australia
    http://www.henleysc.yachting.org.au/
    (Added: Thu Mar 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lake Bonney Yacht Club
    The Lake Bonney Yacht Club is situated on the shores of Lake Bonney in the Riverland of South Australia. The club can boast beautiful grassed rigging areas down to the wide sandy beach and the water's edge. The club rooms are available for hire. Overlooking the beautiful Lake Bonney, and with seating for up to 150 people, the club is suitable for various events including corporate functions, weddings and anniversaries. Barmera, SA Australia
    http://www.lbyc.org.au/
    (Added: Thu Mar 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Largs Bay Sailing Club
    The Largs Bay sailing Club was founded in 1926 as the "Largs Bay Dinghy Club" and was renamed as the "Largs Bay Sailing Club" in 1948. The club is located on the esplanade at Largs Bay, just 200 metres north of the historic Largs Bay jetty. The club has a friendly atmosphere, and caters for people from all walks of life who are interested in sailing and socialising. The club provides sailing regattas and squash courts and a range of social activities for its members. The club is especially orientated towards family memberships with many families having two or three generations, who sail and share their social activities at the club. Largs Bay, SA Australia
    http://www.largsbay.yachting.org.au/
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  • Port Adelaide Sailing Club
    The Port Adelaide Sailing Club was founded in 1897. It has a strong history of supporting both cruising and racing interests for club members. PASC are now located in their new home at Marina Adelaide at Snowdens Beach, Largs North. The Club offers facilities for Social, Sailing, Racing and Sailability activities. All new members are assured of a warm welcome. Port Adelaide, S.A. Australia
    http://www.portadelaidesailingclub.com/
    (Added: Thu Mar 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port Augusta Yacht Club
    The Port Augusta Yacht Club was formed at a Meeting held in 1881. Weekly Sailing Sessions are held during the sailing season. Port Augusta, South Australia, Australia
    http://www.portaugustayachtclub.com.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 14 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port Lincoln Yacht Club
    Established in 1931, PLYC offers racing for dinghies, multi-hulls and keelboats, a junior sailing program, and social activities. Our Club is nationally recognised as one of the best country sailing facilities in Australia. In any given year we will host a couple of national championships, run a comprehensive junior sailing program, sailability class competitions and regular weekend racing for dinghies, multi-hulls and keelboats. Situated on Boston Bay foreshore with stunning bay views, we enjoy sailing and racing on Australia's best natural harbour. Port Lincoln, South Australia
    http://www.plyc.com.au/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port River Sailing Club
    Port River offers excellent sailing in sheltered waters that is both safe for beginners and challenging for experienced sailors with excellent viewing for spectators. Venue for the Secondary Schools Team Sailing Program. Club is available for Class State Championship races, special events & other regattas on Sundays. Open Saturday afternoons from October to Easter. New members and visiting sailors are always welcome. Largs North, SA Australia
    http://www.portriver.yachting.org.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 14 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • River Murray Boat Owners Association
    The River Murray Boat Owners Association (RMBOA) is a group who enjoy the Murray for its beauty, wildlife, vegetation, recreational qualities and priceless value to our country. Our code of practice is designed so that we do not degrade these qualities or negatively impact on other river users. We are perhaps best known for conducting the biennial "River Ramble". This event is not a race and is conducted at a leisurely and civilised pace. The always-colourful fleet is made up of all types of vessels from luxury houseboats to modest tinnies, or even kayaks! North Adelaide, SA Australia
    http://www.rmboa.org.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 07 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Robe Yacht Club
    Situated overlooking Karatta Beach on Guichen Bay, adjacent to the entrance to the Robe Marina, we provide an excellent outlook. The summer sailing season allows members and visiting yachties the opportunity to enjoy many hours out on the water competing or just enjoying a day's sailing. Karatta Beach, Robe, SA Australia
    http://www.robeyachtclub.org.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 14 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Royal Port Pirie Yacht Club
    Our Club is located on the north eastern side of Spencer Gulf at Pt Pirie, South Australia. Our club rooms are located on the Main Road in Port Pirie and overlook the Pt Pirie River. The view from the club house from the River Bar is stunning anytime of the day with lovely views looking out to the Flinders Ranges to the north east and at night the lights on the water of the harbour and river looking west towards the Nyrstar Smelter are spectacular. The club's racing season is between October and May and we sail on the Port Pirie River on Saturday afternoons. Pt Pirie, South Australia
    http://royalportpirieyachtclub.org.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 14 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron
    The Royal SA Yacht Squadron sits on and around a totally sheltered basin just inside the mouth of the Port River at Adelaide's Outer Harbor. The Squadron boasts a fully serviced marina with over 200 marina berths ranging from 10mts to 30mts, 130 hard stand berths and 40 chain moorings all with 24hr security access. Other services within the basin include a fuel berth, storage facilities, maintenance pontoons, mast crane, ramp facilities and extensive, professionally staffed slipway and maintenance yard. The atmosphere is relaxed, the beautiful clubhouse boasts full dining and bar facilities and a most popular outdoor quarter deck. The Squadron has a strong heritage in Keelboat racing conducting midweek twilight racing in the summer and weekend races throughout the entire year. Cruising and Social events are also a very large part of club life at the Squadron with each year numerous events scheduled by a group of enthusiastic club members. Adelaide's Outer Harbor, SA Australia
    http://www.rsays.com.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 07 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • SA Recreational Boating Council inc.
    The SA Recreational Boating Council has been in existence for thirty years. Our primary role is to act on behalf of all recreational boat owners in metropolitan and country areas, including the River Murray. SARBC delegates represent marine rescue associations, boat clubs and other interested bodies that include boating as a feature. We encourage the development of ramps, moorings and general facilities for boating and recreation in South Australia
    http://www.sarbc.org.au/
    (Added: Thu Mar 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Somerton Yacht Club
    We are a small but active dinghy sailing club located on the corner of College Road and The Esplanade in beautiful Somerton. We blend both a competitive environment for serious sailors with a relaxed helpful environment including plenty of training for the lesser skilled amongst us and we think we have the lowest membership fees on the metropolitan coast. We boast several State and National Championships won by club members over the years but we also provide an entertaining and varied social calendar with club barbecues and weekend trips away. The club sails Tasars, Herons, Sabre, National E's, Paper Tiger and Mosquito catamarans. Somerton Park, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    http://www.somertonyc.com.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 14 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Trailer Sailer Association of South Australia
    The TSASA covers all classes of trailer sailers, almost any trailerable yacht that has a cabin where members may sleep and membership is open to anyone interested in trailerable yachting. The aim of the TSASA is to promote safe trailerable yachting through a program of: Cruising, Racing, Social Events, Skills development.
    http://www.tsasa.net/
    (Added: Tue Mar 18 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Victor Harbor Yacht Club
    Want to join a friendly bunch of people for regular sailing in Encounter Bay? Victor Harbor Yacht Club always welcomes new members. Keen to improve your skills, or even to try sailing for the first time? We offer a range of training courses. The Club is located on the foreshore of Victor Harbor overlooking Granite Island and the waters of Encounter Bay. Victor Harbor, SA Australia
    http://vhyc.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Mar 15 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Wallaroo Sailing Club
    Wallaroo is less than two hours drive from Adelaide and has ample accommodation. The Club has conducted many State Championships and invites all Clubs and Classes to visit and enjoy the Club's hospitality. The clubhouse provides all amenities for sailors plus bar and catering facilities, while the clubhouse verandah provides the perfect spot to view the racing in comfort. Adjoining the clubhouse is a large area for rigging, launching and parking, as well as concrete ramps for launching trailer sailers. Wallaroo, SA Australia
    http://www.wallaroosc.yachting.org.au/
    (Added: Sat Mar 15 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Whyalla Yacht Club
    For sixty five years the Whyalla Yacht Club has been actively promoting the sport of sailing from its original club out at the shipyard basin to its present location at the marina. The club caters for new members, both senior and junior with our sail training aiming to get as many people out on the water enjoying themselves in our pacer / 125 fleet or on the keelboats. Also for members there is the social side of the club of which has a fine reputation around the Gulf for its excellent catering and friendship. Whyalla, SA Australia
    http://www.whyallayachtclub.org/
    (Added: Sat Mar 15 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Wooden Boat Association of South Australia
    The Wooden Boat Association of South Australia (WBASA) is a collective of very interesting people. But no where near as interesting as the boats they own, love and muck about in! The WBASA was formed over 20 years ago. Having just compiled the history of those first 20 years has reinforced the fact that the original ideals of the Association are still very relevant today. Our members are men and woman from all walks of life, all ages and differing levels of experience. Our boats are big and small, they are sail, electric, power or people propelled and they range from the very new and pristine to the very old and "rustic" in appearance. Whatever their characteristics they are all built predominantly using that most magical of boat building materials, the one that is environmentally friendly and a renewable resource, wood. And apart from anything else, we just love to talk about them, compare them and have fun in them. Halifax St, SA, Australia
    http://wbasa.org.au/
    (Added: Sun Nov 22 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Yachting South Australia
    The Objects of the Association are to: participate as a member of Yachting Australia so sailing, yacht racing, cruising, power boating and any other forms of water sport and recreation can be conducted, encouraged, promoted, advanced and administered in South Australia; organise, encourage, promote, advance and administer sailing throughout South Australia;...
    http://www.sa.yachting.org.au/
    (Added: Fri Mar 07 2014) - Report this link as bad!
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