Aussie Nationals 2016 January 3 to 8 - Midway Point Tasmania - Get your entry in now

Sailors, this is your introduction to the coming Australian B14 Championships being hosted by the Tasmanian B14 Association and the Midway Point Yacht Club.

 

MPYC B14s downwind Cropped by Lyn Keil

 
All the information you need to know about the B14 nationals this year will be hosted on the MPYC website.
 
Check out the www.midwaypointyachtclub.yachting.org.au. for the below information.
 

Notice of Race

Sailing Instructions (when finalised)

Accommodation Guide

How to get there

Media information

What to see advice and much much more

 

When: This years championships are scheduled to run from 3 to 8 January 2016 with racing from the afternoon of the 4th. So perhaps this is your year to do the Hobart and get your boat down to Tassie in preparation.
 
More information regarding transport to Tassie will be available soon.
 
Why should you come?
 
The Venue, Midway Point Yacht Club is situated on Pittwater, just north from the Hobart Airport, 10 Minutes drive away. Pittwater is similar in nature to Port Dalrymple. its shallow which means flat water and a choc top if you make a slow recovery, minimal tidal flow and not significantly affected by land formations from nearby hills. The sea breeze is priceless and based on the normal weather pattern should be a guaranteed guest on some of the scheduled days racing.
 
MPYC B14s by Lyn Keil         MPYC B14s Pittwater Regatta 2013 Lyn Keil
 
Tourism operators in Tasmania have won 10 out of 29 gongs at the National Tourism Awards in April 2015
 
Tasmania over the summer months plays host to some of Australia's biggest and most popular events. 
  • Come early and enjoy Hobart's Taste of Tasmania! 
  • See the finish of the annual Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. 
  • Visit some of Australia's oldest heritage colonial sites including the Historic Port Arthur Site
  • The Lonely Planet thinks Tasmania has turned remoteness into an asset, with unique wilderness and hip arts and food scenes
  • Check out the west coast while your here and pay a visit to Strahan and Queenstown to experience some of Tasmania's most remote and picturesque scenery, mining heritage and colonial history
  • Take a trip up the east coast to the warm sands and fine food, a flight into the remote south west to the most southern mine in Australia or check out Tassie's North West to Cradle Mountain, the Leven Canyon and through to Stanley, home of the Nut.
Stay posted for more updates as we progress through the winter into the coming 2015-16 sailing season.

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