SNSWSSA Committee Meeting

6.30pm Thursday evening at the Drummoyne Sailing Club.

Drummoyne Sailing Club board room.

Promoting and organising Junior sailing in the Sabot Class, organising regattas and class training, building our community, connecting with like minded people all over Australia.

Visitors are welcome

SNSWSSA Committee Meeting

6.30 pm Thursday Evening at the Drummoyne Sailing Club.

Drummoyne Sailing Club board room.

Promoting and organising Junior sailing in the Sabot Class, organising regattas and class training, building our community, connecting with like minded people all over Australia.

Visitors are welcome

SNSWSSA Committee Meeting

6.30pm Thursday evening at the Drummoyne Sailing Club.

Drummoyne Sailing Club board room.

Promoting and organising Junior sailing in the Sabot Class, organising regattas and class training, building our community, connecting with like minded people all over Australia.

Visitors are welcome

New Sabot DX – Race Success

The new Dinghy Sports Sabot DX is proving to be a great success on the race track.

Queensland Youth Championships 1st

NSW Youth Championships 3rd

With more great results to come over the summer. Make your new boat a Sabot DX!

The SNSWSSA demo Sabot DX is for sale.

Demo boat comes with

  • Hull and fittings
  • Freddy foils
  • Composite mast
  • New sail
  • Alu boom
  • Beach cradle

Ready to race. Boat is at Drummoyne Sailing Club.

Price $4,900.00

For more details contact:

Greg Hartnett   greg_hartnett@bigpond.com

DRUMMOYNE SABOT TRAINING CAMP 2014 – REPORT

Hats off to all at Drummoyne Sailing Club for their efforts in running the four day Sabot Training Camp (29th September to the 2nd October) and the two day Sabot Youth Regatta (4th and 5th October) over the school holiday period. A great turn out, with both events well supported, organised and run by the club.

With 58 kids turning out to hit the water for the sailing camp, it was a busy four days for the Drummoyne team and assorted parent helpers. Boats to rig, launch and retrieve, coaches getting organised and most importantly the canteen running to feed the troops. Again well done to all involved at Drummoyne for their efforts in organising and running this great event.

The coaching was organised to cater for all levels of sailors, ably led by Alex South and Karyn Gojnich looking after the one ups and Greg Hartnett managing the two ups, all ably supported by a team of Drummoyne assistance instructors, the main having come out of Sabots only in the last year or so.

Thanks to Alex, Karyn and Greg for their time and efforts with the feedback from kids and parents alike very positive.

A big “You beauty” to all.

LINK TO PHOTOS

Submitted by Mark McEnearney