Skiff Regatta & RS National Championships


Skiff Regatta 2017
RS100, RS200 and RSAero National Championships

1st – 2nd April 2017





The regatta is open to all boats of the I14, B14, Formula 15, Musto Skiff,
29er, 49er, 49erFX, Moth, Wazp, RS200, RS100, RSAero and Javelin classes and
other recognised skiff classes.

non-refundable Entry Fee payable to Black Rock Yacht Club Inc’:
1. Single-Handed Class entry $40.00
2. Double-Handed entry $50.00
RS Class skippers under the age 21 at 01/01/2017 Free

The fee for late entries lodged after 1700hrs on 28th March 2017 will be an
additional $20.00 per boat.

Sat. 1st April 2017
Registration 09:00 – 11:00 hrs
Information Session 11:00 hrs
Race 1 12:00 hrs (first warning signal)
Race 2 Immediately after previous race
Race 3 Immediately after previous race

Sun. 2nd April 2017
Race 4 10:30 hrs (first warning signal)
Race 5 Immediately after previous race
Race 6 Immediately after previous race


List of Entries as at 10.00am 21/3/17

Class First Name Last Name
Moth Kohei Kajimoto
Moth Richard Jackson
Moth Keagan York
Moth Hayden Virtue
RS 100 Brett Bowden
RS 100 Peter Coleman
RS 100 Vincent Selleck
RS 100 Robert Morton
RS 100 paul tadich
RS 100 Tom Le Grice
RS 100 David Williamson
RS 200 Fred Davis
RS 200 Fiona  Ekins
RS 200 Lara Blasse
RS 200 Elly Blasse
RS 200 Gary McLennan
RS 200 Roy Galey
RS Aero Nick Collis-George
RS Aero Andrew Giles
RS Aero Ron Fergusson
RS Aero Philippa Danks
RS Aero Jacqui Lokum
RS Aero Brian Case
RS Aero Garry Chambers
RS Aero Oliver Chambers
RS Aero Kendra Galletly
RS Aero Michael Parks
RS Aero Richard Hunn
RS Aero Chris Brain
RS Aero Brendan Chaplin
RS Aero Katie Johnson
RS Aero Simon Reffold
Wazp Daniel Quinlan
Wazp Gus Ekberg
Wazp Matthew Ross


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