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Home: Categories: Organizations: Yacht, Sailing & Boating Clubs: Australia: Tasmania
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  • Bellerive Yacht Club
    The Bellerive Yacht Club is situated at 64 Cambridge Road Bellerive, overlooking Kangaroo Bay. It was established in 1926 to promote and encourage yachting and to provide facilities for its members. It has grown to over 1000 members. The club is a family club and partners and children are encouraged to participate in club events and activities. The Clubs runs Twilight sailing on Wednesday evenings during the summer and Saturday racing throughout the year. With two bars, Anchors Restaurant, a marina, slipyard, dinghy storage and ample parking the club provides superb facilities for members and visitors. Bellerive, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.belleriveyachtclub.com.au/
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  • Bruny Island Boat Club
    The Bruny Island Boat Club was incorporated in April 2005 with the aim to improve boating facilities on Bruny Island and to encourage 'safe boating fun' by organising a series of events throughout the year. Alonnah, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.brunyislandboatclub.com/
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  • Catsailor.org
    The home of Tassie catamaran sailing. News and talk about catamaran sailing, racing in Tasmania. Hosting TASCAT and Tasmanian Paper Tiger Catamaran Association.
    http://www.catsailor.org/
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  • Cruising Yacht Club of Tasmania
    The Cruising Yacht Club of Tasmania (CYCT) aims to: promote and encourage cruising generally in Tasmania and to provide support facilities; encourage sailing and boat building by amateur boat builders; organise cruising of boats and classes of instruction relating thereto. Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.cyct.org.au/
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  • Derwent Sailing Squadron
    Established in 1906, DSS is a friendly family orientated club which offers a racing program, a junior training program, as well as cruising and social events. Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.dssinc.org.au/
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  • Deviot Sailing Club
    Deviot Sailing Club is based on the beautiful Tamar River Estuary, about half way between Launceston and Low Head. The clubrooms are situated on the western shore of the river just under 2 nautical miles south of the Batman Bridge. Club days are most Saturdays, from October through to late April. Deviot is an ideal location for sailing with reliable winds, a wide expanse of water, and the interest of some interesting tidal patterns. The club offers a Sail Training Program and social activities. Launceston, TAS Australia
    http://www.deviotsailingclub.org.au/
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  • Geilston Bay Boat Club
    Named as a 'boat' club specifically to include all water going vessels, much of the club's activities revolve around sailing events that happen throughout the year, with monthly sail days, a summer twilight series, and a healthy cruising calendar. Situated at the head of the bay beside tennis courts, a community oval, and the local high school it has substantial club rooms with bar and catering facilities that open 5 days a week. As well GBBC has 2 slip ways, 2 jetties and a boat ramp that is also open to the public. Lindisfarne, Tasmania, Australia
    http://geilstonbayboatclub.com.au/
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  • Kettering Yacht Club
    The Objects of the Club shall include: The encouragement of yachting as an affordable recreation and sport, particularly on the waters of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel; Instruction and supervision in the activities of yachting; The promotion of water safety, knowledge of navigation and the International Rules for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea; To join in Association with any other Club or Association with similar objects and purposes for mutual advantage; The provision of social events (both on and off the water) that advance camaraderie and goodwill among all those who sail. Kettering, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.kyc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Kingston Beach Sailing Club & School
    We are located at the southern end of Kingston Beach at the mouth of the Derwent River, Hobart, Tasmania. The club boasts some of the best sailing in Australia with views to match. Whether you are a seasoned sailor or someone who is new to the sport, by joining the Kingston Beach Sailing Club you can enjoy a whole host of benefits, including coaching, low-cost sailing lessons, Power boat courses, racing, social events and boat storage. We also offer a range of adult and junior sailing lessons to the public which provides a great opportunity to experience the fun of sailing in a safe environment. Kingston Beach, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.kbsc.org.au/
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  • Leven Yacht Club
    The club offers dinghy racing in several classes, Junior Sail Training, and Social Events. Facilities include: Bar, BBQ Area, Boat Storage, Canteen, Clubhouse, Function Centre, Hall Hire, Launching Ramp, Member Parking, Rigging - lawn, Showers. Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.lyc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Lindisfarne Sailing Club
    Lindisfarne Sailing Club is a family based dinghy club, with strong fleets of Sabres, Herons, and Firebugs. Club Pacers, Sabots, Optimists and Firebugs are used for our popular Learn to Sail programs. Lindisfarne, TAS Australia
    http://www.lindisfarnesailingclub.com/
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  • Mersey Yacht Club
    The Mersey Yacht Club currently caters for all levels of sailing from Juniors, beginning Seniors, Cruisers and social sailing, to competitive club and inter club racing. Regular racing is scheduled on Saturdays during the Summer sailing season between October and April each year. A Winter Series is also run on a fortnightly basis from May to July each year. The Mersey Yacht Club is also utilised for functions, weddings, meetings, conferences etc and is a perfect vantage point for observing activities on the Mersey River, including the arrival and departure of the Spirit of Tasmania. Devonport, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.merseyyachtclub.com/
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  • Midway Point Yacht Club
    Midway Point Yacht Club is a family oriented club, that provides weekly races and training. The Midway Point Yacht Club is family based club that welcomes new members and provides a training program for all ages. Age and sailing experience is irrelevant, we welcome everyone! The club has 8 different classes of boats sailing each week and on a good day 22 boats take to the water. Sailing at the club can be what you make of it, whether it be for leisure, social or competitive. Midway Point, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.midwaypointyachtclub.yachting.org.au/
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  • Montrose Bay Yacht Club
    Montrose Bay Yacht Club operates as a not-for-profit organisation under a local committee with the aim of promoting an interest in sailing & of facilitating sailing activities in a safe on-water environment using small 1- & 2-person sailing dinghies. The club is located on the Western Shore of the River Derwent in Glenorchy, next to Montrose Bay High School. The clubrooms house a small fleet of both club-owned & private sailing dinghies (Including the popular Mirror, Miracle, Sabre & Optimist designs, in both fibreglass & timber. During the on-water season, sailing takes place every Sunday afternoon. The Clubrooms are available for hire for various types of social functions, with both a bar facilities & a kitchen also available. Montrose Bay Yacht Club Offers Sailing Lessons For All Ages. Glenorchy, Tasmania, Australia
    http://montrosebayyc.com.au/
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  • Motor Yacht Club of Tasmania
    The Motor Yacht Club of Tasmania prides itself in offering outstanding facilities and services including: Safe berthing in our Marina; Function facilities which accommodate up to 100 guests seated, or 150 guests cocktail style; We have a range of catering options to suit a variety of functions; Weekly social activities; Club bar with excellent atmosphere. Over the past 85 years the Motor Yacht Club of Tasmania has grown into one of the pre-eminent boating organisations in Tasmania with 150 berths accommodating boats of all sizes in one of the largest floating marinas in the state. Lindisfarne, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.motoryachtclub.org/
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  • Port Cygnet Sailing Club
    Formed in May 1979 on the shores at Robley's Point, the first functions of the Port Cygnet Sailing Club were held in a tent with the first racing being in dinghies. In the 1980s there was only a handful of boats anchored in the bay, now there are well over 100 registered moorings. The club conducts races on most Sundays from early October until the end of April each year. Twilight racing commences on the first Tuesday in January and runs for 8 weeks with a very popular barbecue meal to follow. Cygnet, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.cygnetsailing.org.au/
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  • Port Dalrymple Yacht Club
    The club was founded in 1952. Sabot and Corsair dinghies are available for hire to prospective members. Slipway facilities with large concrete hadstand area and mast crane Fenced trailersailer/ powerboat parking area with double launching ramp . Club Jetty with Diesel sales, adjoining pontoons, mooring rental. The newly expanded upperdeck of the clubhouse is a wonderful place to wile away the time. PDYC has hosted many National titles, for Sabots, Cherub, B14, Skate and NS14 classes. Strong dinghy and trailable yacht fleets. Home of the Blockbuster Weekend invited class dinghy Regatta in early February. Juniors and new comers can gain confidence while being fully supervised at PDYC. Beauty Point, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.pdyc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Port Esperance Sailing Club
    Sailing for all the family in Dover Tasmania. Port Esperance Sailing Club is the southernmost yacht club in Australia. It conducts regular dinghy racing and yacht cruising activities as well as sail-training. Dover, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.pesc.com.au/
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  • Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
    Founded in 1880, The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania is the premier yacht club in Tasmania conducting local events on River Derwent, national and international titles as well as finishing the blue water classic Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania in addition to its usual summer and winter pennant racing, conducts the annual Sailing South Race Week each January, assists the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia with the conduct of the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race and conducts the six week cruise in company around Tasmania every second year. Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.ryct.org.au/
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  • Sailability Tasmania
    Sailability Tasmania is a voluntary non-profit organisation that aims to provide a safe and friendly environment where people with disabilities are accepted and encouraged to participate in the sport of sailing. We are a part of a nation-wide movement that is a member of the International Foundation for Disability Sailing. Beauty Point, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.sailabilitytas.org/
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  • Sandy Bay Sailing Club
    Sandy Bay Sailing Club was officially formed in 1948. We are a Club which promotes competitive sailing in an atmosphere of co-operation and team work. We offer Learn To Sail Programs and Racing. Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.sbsc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Spring Bay Boat Club
    The Spring Bay Boat Club was started in 1975 by a small number of local and weekender off-the-beach dinghy sailors. Yacht racing was held mainly from One Tree Point off Barton Avenue in Triabunna on the east coast of Tasmania but continued at other locations due to the easy transportability of the vessels. Today the Club has a permanent site situated in the harbour precinct at Esplanade East in Triabunna with a clubhouse marina and hardstand facility. The Club currently has about 140 nominal members plus family members and is affiliated with Yachting Tasmania. We conduct regular sailing races for our small fleet of yachts as well as other events for the large number of power boats in our membership. The social side is well catered for with barbeques and other non boating events. Cruising is covered by regular summer excursions to our beautiful coastal areas including Maria and Schouten Islands, Freycinet Peninsula and the famous Wineglass Bay. Triabunna, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.springbayboatclub.com.au/
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  • Tamar Yacht Club
    Since 1837, Tamar Yacht Club has provided members with the best competition, social, on-water and clubhouse facilities in Northern Tasmania. As the oldest yacht club in the Southern Hemisphere, members enjoy the benefits of the resources and advantages that only a long established club can provide. People have many reasons for joining the Tamar Yacht Club. Keen sailors and power boaters mix with those who join for the social aspects of the clubs and the chance to make new friends. Experienced sailors have the opportunity to skipper or crew, from dinghies to ocean racers. Novices have opportunities to learn, and gain recognised qualifications on all sizes of boats. Friends, supporters and retired sailors can enjoy the great social atmosphere at either our Launceston or Beauty Point Clubhouses. Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.tyc.yachting.org.au/
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  • Tasmanian Yachting Association
    Sail Downunder. Yachting Tasmania - FOX SPORTS PULSE, fixtures, results, ladders, statistics, news and events for the Yachting Tasmania, on SportingPulse, the Home of Grassroots Sport
    http://www.tas.yachting.org.au/
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  • Wooden Boat Guild of Tasmania
    Given that Tasmania is home to one of the world's finest boat building timbers, Huon Pine, it's not surprising that it is also home to some of Australia's finest wooden boats. As well as being the destination for one of the world's premier off-shore yacht races, Hobart is also host to Australia's premier wooden boat show. The Guild was formed in 1994 by a group wishing to keep and support wooden boat heritage and craft in Tasmania. Members of the Wooden Boat Guild of Tasmania see their role as being one of nurturing and educating in the art of wooden boat building and restoration. Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia
    http://www.woodenboatguildtas.org.au/
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  • Wynyard Yacht Club
    The Wynyard Yacht Club Clubhouse, Rigging area and Slip are situated near the mouth of the Inglis River, which opens onto Bass Strait. The club has two boatlauncing ramps and floating jetty between installed by Marine and Safety Tasmania and avaliable for public use. Sailing craft range from Sabots, dingys, Catermarans, Trailer Sailors, Cruising keelboats. The Wynyard Yacht Club conducts sailing training for all ages and regular races for juniors and seniors throughout the summer. Wynyard, Tasmania, Australia
    http://wynyard.org/sailing/
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