Hooligan went for a fractional spinnaker and we went for the big bag (spinnaker) and tried to hold it all the way across; fortunately we could," a grinning Hanna said on what he believed was their winning move in the final 16 nautical mile special course that finished spectacularly off Hanna's home club, the Royal Geelong Yacht Club.
What does RGYC stand for?
RGYC stands for Royal Geelong Yacht Club (Australia)
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Second in Division 1 went to Rob Hanna's Shogun, a TP52 from Royal Geelong Yacht Club, third to Syd Fischer's TP52 Ragamuffin, sailing for both the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia and the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron.
Apart from the outstanding sailing program, hosted by Royal Geelong Yacht Club, which does such an incredible job each year, the week-long event features some great onshore entertainment such as Daryl Braithwaite, Wendy Matthews, Brian Mannix and lots more singing crowd favourites.
This unexpected sale led to amicable negotiation and a positive outcome that provides Royal Geelong Yacht Club with the ability to deliver the event for the next two years," he said.
OF HOBARTS: 0 OWNER: Garry Rose CLUB: Royal Geelong Yacht Club, Vic CREW: G Rose, L Henderson, R O'Keefe, R Williams, A Wiliams, M Davies, Dickson This boat has had three previous names and a limited history of long ocean racing In fact, most of the racing by Garry Rose has been around Geelong's Corio Bay but he has cruised extensively, including circumnavigating Tasmania.
Hosted by the Royal Geelong Yacht Club, the race was first held in 1844 but was not officially established on the annual Australian racing calendar until 1859 when the RGYC was formed.
Quantum Sails won four of the seven races, second overall going to Bendigo Private, Cam Rae's Thomson 8 from Royal Geelong Yacht Club, third to Kaito, Heath Townsend's Melges 24 from Perth.
Old because the host club, Royal Geelong Yacht Club (RGYC), is celebrating 150 years, and bold due to the sheer size of Skandia Geelong Week.