The Cruising Yacht Club of SA hosts many events throughout the year, ranging from fun social gatherings to family events and fiercely competitive racing events and everything in between! Event dates are subject to change, please contact Reception for up-to-date information.

For Racing events please refer to the Racing Documents page for applicable Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions, or check in with the Race office for up-to-date information including any scheduling changes.

Club Function Booking / Refund Policy
Due to the cost of catering all bookings will be taken as confirmed 72 hours prior to a function and will be invoiced to members accounts accordingly. There will be NO REFUND for non attendance / bookings cancelled after this period.

Social Events
Due to COVID-19, in accordance with the Government’s legislation, patron restrictions will apply. We advise to please check with the Club first for event status.

Racing Events
We are pleased to advise that all on-water racing activity will proceed as scheduled.

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Saturday, October 03-October 05
  • 8.00-5.00 pm
Port Vincent Cruise | October Long Weekend

A reminder to those sailing across the Gulf for the long weekend, don’t forget to book a berth through Rob Marner (marina manager) on 0414 611 110.

The CYCSA Cruising Association Cruise Captain will be Adrian Wotton (School’s Out).  As the trip is well known to most members and everyone has planned a different starting time, there will be no formal briefing.
Any boats unfamiliar with the trip are invited to tag along with others. Individual skippers and crew should keep an eye on the BOM site for weather updates.
Adrian can help you with any queries on 0411 101 875.

Dinner
There will be a table booked for CYCSA members and friends at the Ventnor Hotel at 1730 on Sunday night, 4th Oct. Contact or text Adrian on his number above for bookings. Get in early, if you’re interested.

Adrian Wotton | CYCSA Cruising Association Chairman

Remember, if safety comes first, enjoyable relaxed boating will always follow.

 

Mel