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Rye Yacht Club - Friendly, Informal, Welcoming                    

The sailing season at Rye Yacht Club commences early in October and finishes in mid to late April. Most Club racing is on Sundays, and there are concentrated series of events over the Christmas - New Year and Easter holiday periods.
The Club sailing program includes a variety of courses and trophy series, usually with multi-division starts. Both VYC and Club handicapping are used.  
The Club also supports and encourages social sailing for people not wishing to compete in the racing program.
 
For those new to sailing, Club members are always willing to provide friendly assistance and advice on request.
 
Rye Yacht Club welcomes women to be involved in all aspects of the Club. If you would like to be involved, please let us know.
 

Congratulations RYC - YV Discover Sailing Centre of the Year !

Bob Cooper - Principal

The RYC Sailing Centre was awarded as the best Sailing School in Victoria at the 2015 YV Awards.  Congratulations to Bob Cooper, Gordon Hyde and all their volunteers. From humble beginnings, Bob and Harry Ayling had the vision to develop a Sailing School for the Community.   Now it is considered to be the best in the State. Well done Bob!

 

 Variety of Great Social Activities
The Social Sub-Committee organises many and varied social events during the year, appealing to everyone. Most events are very family friendly, and young children are welcome to attend with a supervising adult.
 

Rye Weather
The Club has installed a professional Davis Weather station on the tower to record and display weather details on www.ryeweather.com.au

 

Learn to Sail

The Club is a Yachting Australia Accredited training centre. You are most welcome to come along and discover the joy of sailing in a friendly and supportive environment.

The Learn to Sail details for the 2015/2016 Season have been updated in Learn to Sail 

 

The fun of Sailing

 

 

 

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