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Sailing Regattas

The Ultimate Sydney Harbour Experience

An Sailing regatta offers a unique and thrilling team building experience. Sailing aboard a fleet of performance, matched yachts under the guidance of highly qualified and skilled instructor’s teamwork, communication and problem solving are the elements that will decide the winners!

Inclusions

  • Half Day regatta include 3-4 hours sailing
  • Twilight regattas include 2-2.5 hour sailing aboard our fleet of luxurious, performance Beneteau or Sydney yachts
  • Introduction by race director. Skipper / instructor aboard each yacht
  • Race organisation, course design, Race director and committee boat
  • Water side presentation, debrief with complimentary beer or champagne toast
  • All insurance, safety equipment and spray jackets
  • On the Best Harbour in the World

Standard Regatta:

Fewer people aboard each yacht, 8 people aboard our Sydney 36, or 5-6 aboard our Beneteau 33.7 yachts. Minimum group size 10 people. Additional costs for >200 people

Blue Ribbon Regatta:

Same crew size as the Standard Regatta with the inclusions of team coloured caps and our sports drinks package aboard. Minimum group size 10 people. Additional costs for >200 people. We have 2 levels of evening twilight regattas.

Harbour Twilight Regatta:

Crew size of 9-10 people aboard our Sydney 36, or 7 aboard our Beneteau 33.7 yachts. Minimum group size 12 people

Twilight Standard Regatta:

Less crew aboard each yacht, plus team coloured caps and our sports drinks package aboard. Minimum group size 10 people

Sample Itinerary – half day regatta

Alternative timeframes also available

1300 Welcome to the team by Race Director and introduction of skippers
1315 Orientation and safety briefing aboard the yachts.
1330 Cast off set sails. Crews rehearse sailing manoeuvres and discuss tactics area
1415 Teams make their way to the starting line
1420 First warning signal - the yachts begin jockeying for the best position on the start line for race 1
1425 Five minute warning signal
1430 The race committee completes the starting sequence flags and then fires starters gun! The course is strategically planned to suit the prevailing winds of the day and takes in Sydney’s best sights.
1520 Finish Race 1
1530 Start sequence for Race 2
1630 Finish Race 2
1640 Yachts return to the marina
1645 Waterside presentation and race debrief
1700 Depart d’Albora Marina