Coastal Sprint Series Race 2

Saturday, 15 Feb 2020
Time: 07:00 am - 11:00 pm
Location: The Heads, Port Phillip Bay

2020 FEB Safety & Sea Survival Course (SSSC)

Saturday, 22 Feb 2020 - Sunday, 23 Feb 2020
Time: 08:15 am - 05:00 pm
Location: Wesley College

2020 FEB SSS Refresher Course

Sunday, 23 Feb 2020
Time: 08:15 am - 05:00 pm
Location: Wesley College

2020 King Island Race

Saturday, 7 Mar 2020 - Sunday, 8 Mar 2020
Time: 4:45 - 23:00
Location: Queenscliff

Coastal Sprint Series Race 3

Friday, 10 Apr 2020
Time: 02:45 am - 11:00 pm
Location: The Heads, Port Phillip Bay

2020 Double Handed Race

Sunday, 26 Apr 2020
Time: 10:00 - 15:00

2020 Apollo Bay Race

Saturday, 16 May 2020
Time: 7:30 - 17:00
Location: Queenscliff

2020 Winter Series Race 1 - Short Passage race

Saturday, 20 Jun 2020
Time: 10:30 - 17:00
Location: Royal Brighton Yacht Club

Safety and Sea Survival plus West Offshore Coastal Sprints Open now for booking The second West Offshore Coastal Sprint race is now open for entry. After a successful first race, we invite you to join us in a 50nm race, starting at 7am on Saturday February 15th off Queenscliff. These races are short and sweet giving you and your crew the experience of racing offshore and having everyone home by  [ ... ]

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Archie wins tough 2019 ORCV Melbourne to Hobart Yacht Race Hobart, December 31, 2019: Jeff Sloan’s Archambault A35 Archie has been declared the provisional winner of a very challenging ORCV Melbourne to Hobart Yacht Race, an event that takes the boats via the west coast of Tasmania’s world heritage wilderness. Archie arrived in Hobart at 11.12.59 on New Year’s Eve during a night of rain an [ ... ]

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Slow going in ORCV Melbourne to Hobart Race

Slow going in ORCV Melbourne to Hobart Race The ORCV Melbourne to Hobart Race continues to be a fascinating affair, with the two leaders in sight of each other off the west coast of Tasmania. But it was another frustrating night for all competitors, with light winds making progress very slow. At 8am, Lord Jiminy held a narrow lead over Soiree Bleu but both were showing just a couple of knots of  [ ... ]

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Tevake II does the treble in Melbourne to Devonport Race Despite some innovative tactics by Scott Robinson, skipper of How Bizarre, Angus Fletcher’s Radford 13.7 Tevake II has won the Rudder Cup, the trophy for overall winner of the ORCV Melbourne to Devonport Race. Tevake II has won the Rudder Cup, as the overall winner of the ORCV Melbourne to Devonport Yacht Race. Photo Bruno Cocozza Tev [ ... ]

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Back in Black smashes ORCV Cock of the Bay record

Back in Black smashes ORCV Cock of the Bay record A massive fleet of 70 boats, carrying more than 425 crew, set off from the Port of Melbourne into strong headwinds on Boxing Day in the annual ORCV Cock of the Bay Race to Blairgowrie. Despite conditions that were unfavourable to a multihull, the Extreme 40 Back in Black smashed the race record, completing the 34 nautical miles in 3 hours 36 minu [ ... ]

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  Lisa Blair to sail double-handed in Melbourne to Hobart Yacht Race Lisa Blair, a high-profile yachtswoman and adventurer on a mission to break records and leave her mark on the world, is joining the fleet for the Ocean Racing Club of Victoria’s (ORCV) 2019 Melbourne to Hobart, and in doing so, will create history. Blair’s thirst for sailing and adventure was aroused when she crewed i [ ... ]

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Short and Sweet to Test and Try “A great initiative” was the astounding feedback from both the seasoned ocean racer Peter Davison of Arcadia and the newcomer Aaron Marlow and crew onboard Ca Bouge as they reflect after completing the first ORCV Coastal Sprint to Western Port and return. “Short and sweet is what our skippers had been asking for allowing them to test and train crew in the cl [ ... ]

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Results from Coastal Sprints and Latitude Ocean Races

Results from Coastal Sprints and Latitude Ocean Races Results are in for yesterday’s two Category 3 races, the Inaugural West Offshore Coastal Sprint to Western Port and return and the 2019 ORCV Latitude Ocean Race .  The Latitude race runs each year although in this race, was the final stage for the Beyond the Bay participants who ventured into Bass Strait under the guidance of an ORCV  [ ... ]

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ORCV Cock of the Bay 2019


Entries are now open for the
2019 Cock of the Bay
This boxing day tradition is a fantastic way to work off that Christmas day lunch, as this is a race for sailors of all levels, you could be a seasoned ocean racer or a weekend warrior. You’ll make a start in Port Melbourne and sail past major bayside locations before heading out towards Blairgowrie. Entries are now open here     [ ... ]

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