Race Documents

Download or view the following documents below

What do i need to do to enter?

  • The following documents and requirements of entry are outlined in the Notice of Race and race documents below. All entries are required to be submitted online together with the list items outlined in the Notice of Race.

For 2017 the RPAYC will be hosting a Pittwater to Southport Yacht Race, 2-5 January, 2017. Visit the new Event Website here: www.pittwatertosoutporth.com.au

 

  • Club Marine Pittwater to Coffs Harbour Yacht Race - Abandoned
  • Club Marine Coffs Harbour Solitary Islands Race - Abandoned

Sailing Instructions

  • Club Marine Pittwater to Coffs Harbour Yacht Race
  • Club Marine Coffs Harbour Solitary Islands Race
  • Declaration of Compliance, disclaimer and Acknowlodgement of rights form (NoR Appendix D)
  • Online entry form & crew detail submission & uploading boat/race documents which must be 2m or smaller (My Topyacht & MySelf)
  • Stability Declaration Form 
  • Communications Declaration Form
  • Radio Inspection Certificate
  • YA Special Regulations Equipment Compliance Form
  • Competitors Declaration Form (Breach of the rules & recording Finish Time)
  • Protest Form
  • Protest Decisions

'How to Guides' & User information

Notices to Competitors

  1. Notice to Competitors #1 - Pre Testing of Satellite and HF radios (if applicable)
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Notice to Competitors #2 - Preparing for the journey home

Yachting Australia Special Regulation Amendments and Information

Marine Area Command & AMSA Emergency 24hr Contact details

Latest News

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2016-01-07

The RPAYC sadly confirms that Marine Area Command has advised that the crewman missing off Port Stephens on...

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2016-01-05

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2016-01-03

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2016-01-02

The Club Marine Pittwater to Coffs Yacht Race fleet of 42 is making good time on the first afternoon follow...

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2016-01-02
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A fleet of 42 boats and more than 400 sailors setting off from the entrance to Broken Bay today at 1pm face...

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2015-12-31

Two Rolex Sydney Hobart retirees are the latest Club Marine Pittwater to Coffs Yacht Race additions bringin...

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2015-12-24
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Pittwater to Coffs

The Pittwater to Coffs Harbour Yacht Race has developed over its 36 year history, into one of the most popular of all ocean-racing events in Australia.

The race offers competitors a strategic challenge as they race between the surfline and the current, past unsurpassed scenic coastlines, prior to arriving in one of Australia's most popular coastal cities.

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Contacts

The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club
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A: 16 Mitala St, Newport 2106 Australia
W: www.rpayc.com.au
Coffs Harbour Yacht Club
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A: 30 Marina Drive Coffs Harbour  Australia
W: www.coffsyachtie.com.au