June 25, 2018

Laser Charter Available – single day session

Laser Radial, Full Rig or 4.7 Available. Everything included Sails, Ropes, Foils. x1 Single Day Charter Location- Royal Brighton Yacht Club Laser Char

June 25, 2018

NEW Laser Winter Charter Available

Winter Charter only $250 per month. Everything included. Foils, Sails, Ropes. $100 dollar deposit taken Location- Royal Brighton Yacht Club Winter Las

May 29, 2018

Mid Winters Regatta Sorrento- coaching dates changed for Regatta!

Mid Winters Sorrento 9th & 10th June NOR

May 2, 2018

Victorian Laser Association – Training @ Mornington 6th May

  Below is an alternative for this weekend! This is Sophie’s home club so I am sure she will help make you all feel welcome down at Morning

May 1, 2018

DATE CHANGES! 4.7 Program

Hi Team, Well done to everyone who went down to Indented Heads! Big effort by mum and dad to make it all happen! I was really impressed by how profess

April 5, 2018

April Camp 7th & 8th

April Camp 7th & 8th  Welcome everyone! I am very excited about the up and coming two days of Laser Fun! The venue is Royal Brighton Yacht Club 2

March 14, 2018

Laser Transition Program 2018

2018 – Transition Program Laser    

December 13, 2017

K2 Health Opens its doors at Royal Brighton Yacht Club

K2 Health is really excited to open there doors in 2017. Director Krystal Weir has been working hard since march this year to renovate both the attic

October 12, 2017

Krystal Sailing Lectures

Series of four lectures to be held at Royal Brighton Yacht Club. On Tactics, Strategy and Regatta preparation with some special guest speakers. Only $

June 23, 2017

Casey Imeneo Under 21 Worlds Belgium

Casey is heading over to Belgium for the Under 21 World Championships at the end of July. Click the link to find out more Casey Imeneo – Victori

Krystal Weir back into Laser for London

Olympic sailor Krystal Weir used a meet and greet session with the public at her home club yesterday, to formally announce Sail Melbourne in December would be the start of her 2012 London Games campaign. Seven members of the hugely successful Australian Olympic Team were at Sandringham Yacht Club yesterday and none were more enthusiastic about their future Olympic campaigns than Weir. The 23-year-old skippered an Yngling in Qingdao to a top 10 finish this year, however will jump back into her class of choice, the Laser Radial, for another tilt at an Olympic regatta. 'I will be competing at Sail Melbourne again this year – it’s at my home club and it’s always lots of fun and I will be back in a Laser,'...


Countdown to Beijing Olympics

This is a pretty amazing update to write as we begin the last leg of the journey to the China Beijing Olympics. I have just come home (to the Village) from the Qingdao Family Lounge where the team members who couldn't attend the Opening due to their schedules of racing or preference watched the Opening. There was a great fun vibe in the room as the Aussie team enjoyed each others company with family and friends. On the Yngling front we have; - Passed measurement which was a bit of a lengthy process - Been out sailing on the practice race day but didn't race due to no wind - Had plenty of meals in the village dinning hall - ...

Yngling European Championships

Currently the team is in Riva Lake Garda for the Yngling Open Spring European Championships. As this was an open regatta Adrian our coach sailed onboard the boat in Karyn position while she went back to Australia to visit her family and attend the Yachting Australia Gala on behalf of the team. During this regatta it was really valuable for the team to have Adrian actually sailing onboard the boat, he was able to help Angela and myself with lots of different aspects of racing. We ended up winning the regatta which is great as this gives us confidence into the next lot of racing. After Hyeres regatta the team all had a short break going there separate ways to have a look at Europe. I decided after 3 years of...


Silver at Yngling Worlds

Twenty eight boats competed over six days to decide the Yngling Women’s World Champion, at the last World Championship before the Olympics this August. We, the Audi / Hamilton Island Australian Team, had a solid start in fairly strong wind, and backed this up with consistent placings on the remaining days. With the points being extremely close, we had to finish within 2 places of Germany in the Medal Race to hold on to our second place. We managed to do this, and so secured the silver medal. Making the Medal Race (Top Ten) was our goal- not counting on a podium finish in our second major international regatta as team! A focus on speed, smart racing and our own processes enabled us to handle the variety...