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Saturday, 26 May 2018 - Sunday, 27 May 2018
Time: 08:15 am - 05:00 pm
Location: Wesley College

Sunday, 27 May 2018
Time: 8:15 - 17:00
Location: Wesley College

Sunday, 3 Jun 2018
Time: 10:30 - 17:00

Sunday, 17 Jun 2018
Time: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm
Location: ORCV - AS Safety and Sea Survival

Sunday, 1 Jul 2018
Time: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm
Location: ORCV - AS Safety and Sea Survival

Sunday, 1 Jul 2018
Time: 09:00 am - 12:30 pm
Location: ORCV - AS Safety and Sea Survival

Sunday, 1 Jul 2018
Time: 01:00 pm - 04:30 pm
Location: ORCV - AS Safety and Sea Survival

Saturday, 7 Jul 2018
Time: 9:30 - 17:00

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Offshore Championship

Offshore Championship….. so who won the award ? Well the Racing is all done and a few boats, including Alien, took themselves out of contention with poor tactical decisions during the Apollo Bay race but……. we still don’t have a result. The provisional scoring published before the Apollo Bay race was challenged by one competitor and is now subject to review. Its proving to be a ”tick [ ... ]

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2018 Apollo Bay Race Wrap Up   Congratulations to all podium place getters for last weekend's Apollo Bay race. This category 3 race bookends the ocean racing season and is always well attended. This year was no different with 22+ entrants putting their hands up for the race. In the event there were a couple of drop outs before the gun but all who were able lined up at 0330 on 19/05 2018 for [ ... ]

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Pauline Lister

Vale Pauline Lister Many members will be saddened to learn of the passing of Pauline Lister who was ORCV office manager for some years when we were based at Nott St. Port Melbourne. Following a successful career with ORCV she moved on to a position as Manager with RMYS before moving up-country and interstate, then returning to Melbourne. Pauline kept in touch with her many yachtie friends and wil [ ... ]

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2018 Apollo Bay Race Friday Weather update The weather for this year’s Apollo Bay race will favor the upwind boats. It looks like pleasant conditions with 10 15 knot winds and a 2 to 3 total wave height. As the current runs up and down the coast it could get a bit bumpy when the current runs against the waves. So crews I would keep of the grog tonight. Good Luck and happy racing  

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Apollo Bay 2018 Update from Race Director Nic McGuigan We look like we are in for an excellent weekend's sailing with the well subscribed Apollo Bay race. The wind looks as if it will show up, even if it is on the nose, and coming back will be a breeze, so to speak.  Please read Justin Brenan's update post prior to this one (link below). It contains some words of advice about entering the A [ ... ]

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Apollo Bay Race

  Apollo Bay Race The 52 mile Apollo Bay race, starting at 0330 this Saturday, has attracted a strong fleet of 23 yachts including a number recent additions to the ORCV fleet - Jason Close’s new J133 Patriot, John Chipps’ Beneteau 41.1, Nick Foa in Jinnot a Gibsea 372 and Michael Krutsch in Sagreed, a Beneteau 57. With forecast 15 – 20kn south westerlies, Peter Bake’s 1999  [ ... ]

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SAFETY AND SEA SURVIVAL (SSS) FULL AND RE-VALIDATION COURSES MAY 26-27. REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN! Have you been in a liferaft before or even tried to get into one with a PFD on? Maybe it is better to try it in a safe and controlled environment rather than at night, in a storm, at sea. Similarly, using flares. Learn about what you and your fellow crew can do to make your trip off shore safer. Th [ ... ]

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Information Sessions Continue for new 2018 Winter Series format As part of introducing an exciting new format, including a new schedule of races and all new divisions for the 2018 Winter Series, the ORCV is committed to talking to as many members and supporters as possible, through a series of information sessions to be held all supporting yacht clubs on Port Phillip.  Following on f [ ... ]

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ORCV Offshore Championship - Leading Contenders with one race to go.

  ORCV Offshore Championship - Leading Contenders with one race to go. The Offshore Championship will be determined on each yacht’s best 4 measurement handicap results (where applicable) including either the Westcoaster or Melbourne – Osaka or, if neither of those races were completed, both the Stanley and Port Fairy Race. After the first 4 offshore races, 6 skippers from 5 yachts wo [ ... ]

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