5 metres across the finish line, second in IRC Division 1 and third in ORCi Division 1 for owners Jason Van der Slot, Graeme Ainley and John Williams from Sandringham Yacht Club.
What does SYC stand for?
SYC stands for Sandringham Yacht Club (Australia)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
I was having a quiet jar at the Sandringham Yacht Club with an Ansett pilot friend of mine and he could tell I was missing something in my life.
Unhappily for its visiting patron, the Duke of Edinburgh, the only road into the Sandringham Yacht Club winds through dense tea-tree scrub which provides excellent cover for assassins.
The team followed this up by winning the Australian Open Match Racing Championships hosted by Sandringham Yacht Club.
I saw the mast go relatively quietly, but then there was this almighty noise like an explosion when the deck disintegrated and the chain plates peeled the deck away," says Power, an eight-time Hobart racer from the Sandringham Yacht Club in Melbourne.
says Power, an eight - time Hobart racer from the Sandringham Yacht Club in Melbourne.
6m CLASS: IRC/ORCi DESIGNER: Niels Jeppesen (DEN) YEAR BUILT: 2006 TYPE: X-35 NUMBER OF HOBARTS 0 OWNER: Robert Davies CLUB: SYC, VIC CREW: R Davies, A Baker (1), C Furey, D Clancy, E Thompson (4), R Davis, S Baker, W Hill, R Stauber Nutcracker is an X-35 One Design from X Yachts that is sailed by a close group of friends from Sandringham Yacht Club, that has achieved excellent results in the Melbourne ORCV Winter Series as well as the Club Marine Summer Series.
Eleni, skippered by Middle Harbour yachtsman Tony Levett and Another Challenge, skippered by Chris Lewin from Sandringham Yacht Club, sailed almost bow-to-bow down the NSW South Coast, across Bass Strait and down the East Coast of Tasmania to Storm Bay and into the River Derwent.