Everything you need to know to get you to Tasmania this year!

Or to join in the popular Cock of the Bay Race...

The Christmas races are fast approaching nand after a busy year for the ORCV the Notices of Race have been published and online entry will be availalbe next week!

Devonport is our new destination for the dash across the paddock this year and Mersey Yacht Club have kindly offered to host the fleet. Devonport has been a popular destination for ORCV in past years and it will be exciting to visit again! This race forms the offshore race for the Bass Strait Series, so check out the pdf NoR. (896 KB)

East or West- which is best? Your call but information for the Salamanca Series  pdf HERE (852 KB) and the Sovereign Series pdf HERE (997 KB)

Join in the  pdf Cock of the Bay (879 KB) and the party at Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron on Boxing Day- a great wind down after your Christmas celebrations.

Stay tuned for more information.

 

 

 

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