Senator Lundy visited the training centre at the Middle Harbour Yacht Club to formally launch the $1.
What does MHYC stand for?
MHYC stands for Middle Harbour Yacht Club (Australia)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The diversity of the Sydney Harbour Regatta continues to grow as the regatta, hosted by Middle Harbour Yacht Club, fields entries from a variety of classes.
Owner Trevor Bailey, a retired coalminer, arid his crew, have sailed numerous of fshore campaigns out of Middle Harbour Yacht Club.
The club also benefits from volunteers from the Middle Harbour Yacht Club who assist the team with the huge task of starting 100 yachts on two starting lines.
Another notable achievement is the close co-operation between the major yacht clubs in Sydney at a race management level and there is no question that the lead has come from the excellent relationship between the Commodores--Matt Allen at the CYCA, Bill Wood at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, Martin Hill at Middle Harbour Yacht Club and John Crawford at the Sydney Amateur Sailing Club.
This year's regatta raised close to $60,000 with generous support from yacht owners from most Sydney Harbour clubs, with the Commodores of Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, Bill Wood, Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, Matt Allen, and Middle Harbour Yacht Club, Martin Hill, each skippering their own boat.
Second place went to Flying Fish Arctos, the McIntyre 55 skippered by Andy Fairclough from Middle Harbour Yacht Club, third to the Canberra Ocean Racing Club's Bavaria 44 Namadgi, skippered by Paul Jones from the land-locked club.
OF HOBARTS: 1 OWNER: Andrew & Pauline Dally CLUB: Middle Harbour Yacht Club, NSW and Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, NSW CREW: A Dally (4) and others Bear Necessity was launched in 2007 just prior to the 2007 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.