The two offshore courses commonly known as the Palm Beach Circle north & south will host the Etchells, JOG & Super 30, Sydney 32 One Design, Sydney 38 One Design, IRC & PHS Categories. The two inshore courses will host the Beneteau Class Yachts, Bavaria Class Yachts, 11 Meter One Design & Trailable Sports Boats.
The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht welcomes sailors and social patrons alike to enjoy this first-class event.
Schedule of Events
Friday, 11th March - Close of Entries (1700hrs)
Friday, 18th March - Etchells Racing Starts(1100hrs) - Post racing drinks - Charity Dinner (1930hrs)
Saturday, 19th March - Racing Starts (1200hrs) - Shoreside Entertainment
Sunday, 20th March - Racing Starts (1200hrs) - Awards Ceremony & Entertainment.
sail-world.com -- News - 2005 Palm Beach RegattaFri, 18 Mar 2005 to Sun, 20 Mar 2005
More Images from the Palm Beach Regatta
By The Sail-World Team,
1:12 PM Wed 23 Mar 2005
Here is the sunshine and more reasonable breezes from last weekend's Palm Beach Regatta. The images were taken by RPAYC's Ryan Durman from the Club rib. ...
Palm Beach Regatta Sydney 32 Division
7:52 AM Mon 21 Mar 2005
Stan Montgomery and his Mainstay team, started the Palm Beach Regatta with two Sydney 32 division wins in the heavy conditions on Saturday, then held it together with a second and a struggling seventh on Sunday to win from Martin Cross' 'iF' ...
It’s all about crew work
By Rob Kothe,
7:43 PM Sun 20 Mar 2005
One Design offshore fleet racing certainly provides a most testing battleground and this weekend’s Sydney 38, Sydney 32 and Etchells raced offshore in the RPAYC’s Palm Beach Regatta. ...
Suunto M9 winner announced
By Al Constable,
7:25 PM Sun 20 Mar 2005
Entrants had to predict the barometric pressure, temperature and magnetic bearing from the start vessel to the first rounding mark red from the Suunto M9 wrist top computer at the start of the first offshore division race today Sunday 20th March 2005 in the Palm Beach Regatta. ...
Suunto wrist top computer competition closed at 10am AEST!!
By Al Constable,
9:00 AM Sun 20 Mar 2005
It seems that sailors usually content to leave the weather predictions to their navigators are deciding that with the Suunto Sunday M9 wrist top computer competition closing this morning at 10am AEST, now is the time for them to take an interest in the weather. ...
Images from Palm Beach Regatta 2005
6:12 PM Sat 19 Mar 2005
More seaway than breeze made conditions tough on Day One. Pittwater's Ron Farley from Possum Media, documented the action. ...
Belize it or not the Alfreds had a touch of Royalty today
By Nicole Amos,
5:06 PM Sat 19 Mar 2005
This morning the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club was graced with the presence of Royalty when Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden stepped onto Club member Marcus Blackmore's cruiser 'Belize' for a leisurely day on Pittwater. ...
Win a Suunto M9 wrist top computer NOW!!
By Al Constable,
9:02 AM Sat 19 Mar 2005
Suunto, sponsors of the 2005 Palm Beach Regatta, which starts today are giving sailors the chance to win the latest tactical sailing & navigation data instrument – the Suunto M9 worth $1,480 ...
Bumpy Conditions to test 38’s mettle
By Simon Reffold,
10:36 AM Fri 18 Mar 2005
With the fresh Southerly currently buffeting the Sydney Coast forecast to continue over the weekend, albeit a little less wild and woolly, the 18 Sydney 38 One Designs contesting the Palm Beach Regatta this Saturday and Sunday will have plenty on with a lovely choppy seaway playing havoc with steering techniques and trim. ...