Sabre Sailing Dinghy
Australia's most popular one design single handed class. The fun Single hander that is easy to sail but difficult to master.
The Notice of Race is now available for the 39th Sabre Australian Champsionships to be hosted by Black Rock Yacht Club from 28 December 2016 to 3 January 2017.
Notice of Race
For the first time, Sabres have been accepted as an invited class in Yachting World Cup Finals racing at St Kilda, Melbourne, www.sailingworldcupmelbourne.com. The invitation was strongly supported by our Nationals venue, Black Rock Yacht Club, Victorian Sabre Committee and by Yachting Victoria.
As well as being a great opportunity to showcase Sabres, one of the most popular single handed dinghies in Australia, it provides an ideal run up to the Sabre Nationals, 28 December 2016 – 3 January 2017 at Black Rock.
A further regatta at Black Rock is ‘Go for Gold’ to be held 26,27 November 2016. Details will be available on BRYC website. Sabres have a particularly strong participation of sailing women and girls as seen by them taking out the top three places at the recent Albert SC regatta in Melbourne.
We are expecting a strong fleet of Sabres to battle it out over three days, 9-11 December 2016. Let’s get behind it!
Further information including Notice of Race and online entry are available on http://www.sailingworldcupmelbourne.com/.
We are making early preparations for the Sabre Nationals in December/January. For more information on the series click here.
Black Rock Yacht Club hosted a regular Victorian Sabre coaching session on Saturday 30 April, this time in heavy weather. See more
The Sabres return to Black Rock for the 2016-17 National Championships - Dates 28th Dec to 3rd January. Over 100 competitors from all ranges of the sailing spectrum are expected to attend.
Whether your first nationals or a seasoned competitor all are welcome to compete. For more details about Black Rock and thing to do in the wider Melbourne environment Click here.
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The Sabres return to Black Rock in just over a year as Victoria takes its turn to host the nationals. The event will run from 28 December 2016 through to 3 January 2017.
Black Rock has an enviable record of hosting big national and world championships and it will be great to see the championships at Victoria’s largest Sabre club. The Vic committee is looking for at least a 100 boat fleet to continue the tradition of large nationals which saw 130 entries 4 years ago at Blairgowrie.
Melbourne with its landmarks and fabulous food, cultural, and sporting attractions is is a wonderful place to visit in the summer time, and the organisers will be putting on a great social program during the series to provide as big a buzz off the water for competitors as they will get on the water.
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