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Lisa Blair sets World Sailing Speed Record

Australian record-breaking solo sailor Lisa Blair has set two new World Sailing Speed Records (to be ratified by WSSRC) for the fastest time Sydney to Auckland and first woman, solo monohull, record slicing an incredible 4 days off the record to finish in 8 days, 3 hours and 19 minutes

Lisa Blair sets sail on world record attempt

Acclaimed Australian Solo Sailor Lisa Blair has departed from Sydney on Monday 1st April to attempt the World Sailing Speed Record as the fastest person and first woman to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted from Sydney to Auckland

Happy International Women's Day!

To all female sailors, racers, beginners, those working in the sport, volunteering, officiating, or cruising, hope you have time to celebrate women today, and the push towards equality.

Parky goes Pink Fundraiser

This is going to be a massive event @ PYC so get your diaries out and block out the weekend of Saturday March 2nd and Sunday March 3rd as Parky goes Pink to fundraise for breast cancer research!

BYS Women’s Sportsboat Regatta

Registration is now open for the highly anticipated BYS Women’s Sportsboat Regatta, hosted by the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron on March 16th and 17th, 2024

2024 SheSails National Networking Online event – SAVE THE DATE!

Following the successful SheSails Leadership Conference in October, Australian Sailing is looking to hold another online event for SheSails club representatives and committee members on the the 7th March 2024, as part of celebrations to promote International Women’s Day. The event will hear from the winners of the 2023 SheSails State and National Awards and provide a chance for clubs to learn and share ideas with one another.

Newcastle SheSails Open Regatta

RSYS members Danielle Gerace, Rhian Hughes, Natasha Miller and Karyn Gojnich last weekend joined Newcastle Yacht Club’s She Sails Open Regatta. Eight teams contested the event raced in the club’s fleet of Elliott 6s.

Over 150 Sailors, Coaches and Volunteers worked together to create magic on and off the water

Jocelyn Webb writes, “The long weekend in October marks the start of Daylight Saving – and also the annual Ladies of the Sea two day Coaching regatta. LOTS regatta enables women to learn and grow sailing skills and solidify and make friendships in a safe, fun, nurturing and supportive environment. Over 150 sailors, coaches and volunteers representing nearly 30 clubs, 5 states and (even Hong Kong – LOTS is international!) worked together to create magic on and off the water.