Upcoming Events

Sunday, 23 Jul 2017
Time: 13:30 - 17:30
Location: The Boatshed at Albert Park

Sunday, 30 Jul 2017
Time: 10:30 - 17:00

Sunday, 13 Aug 2017
Time: 9:30 - 17:00

Monday, 14 Aug 2017
Time: 19:00 - 21:30
Location: Bell's Hotel

Sunday, 27 Aug 2017
Time: 10:30 - 17:00

Saturday, 9 Sep 2017
Time: 8:30 - 16:00
Location: Royal Brighton Yacht Club

Sunday, 10 Sep 2017
Time: 9:30 - 16:00
Location: Geelong

Monday, 11 Sep 2017
Time: 19:00 - 21:30
Location: Bell's Hotel

Major Sponsors

Sponsors

2016-17 Double Handed Offshore Champion announced - Lord Jiminy The ORCV is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016-17 Double Handed Offshore champions - Lord Jiminy.  Congratulations to Chris Barlow and Jamie Christensen who proved a formidable team taking out a first place in Double Handed division on the Melbourne to Stanley and Melbourne to Hobart races and a second place in the M [ ... ]

more...

2017 ORCV Winter Series Race 2 The weather for Sunday is being driven by the trailing edge of a slow moving high pressure system with an approaching cold front to the west, producing a fresh northely flow all day.     Meyeye is showing 20-25 knots in the north end of the Bay with stronger breezes further south.  The PredictWind forecast is similar although slightly lower wind [ ... ]

more...

THE ORCV IS MOVING! Later this year, the Victorian offices of Australian Sailing will be moving from its current Sandringham location to the new State Sailing Centre on Albert Park Lake. Previously, the Boatshed facility, which has previously focused on introductory sail training activities, is undergoing significant building renovations to provide enhanced office and training facilities so  [ ... ]

more...

Yoko Celebration The recent delivery of Yoko up north is the final episode of what has been an amazing career in ocean sailing for Robin Hewitt, and the many sailors and support crew, who have shared in those adventures, over many years and so many destinations. Please join Robin, Val and the Yoko crew to celebrate the thrills and spills of this remarkable boat and skipper. BBQ lunch and ente [ ... ]

more...

Flare Shoot prior to Race 1 – Sunday 2 July, 2017 The traditional annual Flare Shoot prior to Race 1 on the ORCV Winter Series including the use of parachute flares, has again received approval from relevant authorities. To participate in the flare shoot prior to the start of the racing on Sunday 2 July, 2017, and to ensure this long standing tradition continues, it is imperative that the follo [ ... ]

more...
Winter series will proceed as scheduled

Winter Series will proceed as scheduled Thanks to a number of last minute entries and a couple of phone call promises, the 2017 Winter series will proceed as scheduled. We have opened up entries until tomorrow night, please encourage your friends/arch rivals to join in the fun. We will be reviewing Winter series for 2018 however, which may result in an altered format. Thanks to a number of  [ ... ]

more...
Off shore champion 2016-17 awarded to White Noise

ORCV Off shore champion 2016-17 awarded to White Noise The racing and the counting are done and we have a convincing winner for the ORCV 2016-2017 Offshore Champion, White Noise (Sm3535) skippered by Daniel Edwards from Sandringham Yacht Club.  After a shaky start with a DNS for Stanley, White Noise went on to 1st places in each of the remaining ocean races to end up with a score of 4 points [ ... ]

more...

2017 ORCV WINTER SERIES   Once again the ORCV Winter Series, the longest running Winter Bay sailing event, is on again so why not come out and join in the fun! Offering a great variety of windward-leeward, triangle and passage races and together with a cruising division, there is something there to please all sailing tastes. The first race is at 1030 hours on Sunday July 2nd, and as usua [ ... ]

more...

Melbourne to Apollo Bay Race 2017 – Summary. For all of the talk we here about Global Warming and it’s continuing negative effect on the climate and our general day to day weather, it seems that there might also be some positive effects, like mild (dare we say even pleasant!) conditions for sailing in the Bass Strait in late May! With all 21 yachts and crew now either making their way home [ ... ]

more...

sailor-details

Race_links-heading

WINTER 1 logo

Hobart

Osaka-LOGO

 facebook 

 

Twitter