The duo are regular campaigners in Royal Brighton Yacht Club races on Port Phillip and have had mixed results.
What does RBYC stand for?
RBYC stands for Royal Brighton Yacht Club (Victoria, Australia)
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- Red, Blue, and Yellow (primary colors of paint)
- Redlands Baseball for Youth (California)
- Retail Beef Yield
- Right Behind You (gaming)
- Romantic Book of the Year (award)
- Redondo Beach Youth Basketball (California)
- Redondo Beach Yacht Club (California)
- Redondo Beach Youth Commission (California)
- Royal Bombay Yatch Club (India)
- Royal Burnham Yacht Club (Essex, UL)
- Ri Bhoi Youth Federation
- Red Blue Yellow and Green
- Rare Breed Youth Outreach Center (homeless shelter; Springfield, MO)
- Read Before You Post
- Royal Bombay Yacht Squadron
- Regionaal Bureau Zelfstandigen (Dutch public assistance office)
- Reichsbahnzentrale (German)
- Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe
Samples in periodicals archive:
Currently, Premier Yachting took delivery of the Sessa C38 and seeking for the arrival of the Sessa flagship C68,in April, that already sold to a Royal Brighton Yacht Club member.
Offshore, a police launch overlooks a sailing demonstration hampered by a cop on a jet ski strategically placed to foil a submarine assault by the Royal Brighton Yacht Club, whose members are really pissed they've been passed up this tour.
Each club team comprised 12 yachts, racing in two IRC and two AMS handicap divisions, with the RYCV finishing first with 5 points, followed by Sandringham Yacht Club on 5, Royal Brighton Yacht Club 9 points, Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron 11 points and Hobson's Bay Yacht Club 15 points.
On July 29, Audi Australia announced that it had secured Naming Rights to the 2009 Etchells World Championship, to be held at Royal Brighton Yacht Club in Melbourne in March 2009.
Final points were Royal Yacht Club of Victoria 13, Sandringham Yacht Club 20, Royal Brighton Yacht Club 42, Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron 45, Royal Geelong Yacht Club 58 and Hobson's Bay Yacht Club 59 points.