Cairns Yacht Club celebrates being part of the Cairns community for the past 111 years and opens its doors for the community to come and try sailing Saturday 6th April 2019.
Cairns Yacht Club is inviting the community to enjoy a free sailing experience as part of National Discover Sailing Days. People can attend by themselves or with a partner, friends or family to get a taste of what sailing is all about.
The aim of Discover Sailing Day is to encourage people to find out how much fun, safe, accessible and affordable sailing can be. Cairns Yacht Club Commodore John Pool encourages people to pay the club a visit on April 6th. “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to welcome the community to our club and our sport” he said. “We encourage anyone who has ever wanted to try sailing to come and have a look and enjoy a sail with an experienced club member or instructor. “We provide all the instructors, boats and safety equipment, so all you have to do is come along prepared for a good time with a hat and some sunscreen.”
Discover Sailing Day offers you the chance to go for a short sail with an experienced sailor, enjoy the club’s facilities, and find out about the great sailing courses available. There are courses for young and old, aspiring sailors and experienced sailors. The whole family can get involved – kids as young as five can enjoy a sail with a parent or guardian. “Our Discover Sailing Host can answer any questions about sailing and our volunteers will ensure you have an enjoyable day at the club.” “We recommend people book in advance to ensure they can get out on the water, but you can also register on the day.”
Discover Sailing Day is part of Australian Sailing’s Discover Sailing program, which was launched in 2012 and designed to encourage more people to get in boats, out on the water and enjoying the benefits of sailing. You can register for a FREE sailing experience at Cairns Yacht Club by contacting Margie on 40312750 or firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about sailing and different types of courses available, visit cairnsyachtclub.com and http://www.discoversailing.org.au
On the 18th of Feb 2018 commencing at 8.30am we will be inviting members of the public to come and try sailing.
a free community event which allows all member of the family to get out on the inlet, on Sailing boats of all size to promote the social, community and competitive sides of our sport.
If you are interested in try sailing on dinghies register by following the link
If you are interested in try sailing on Yachts Register by following the link
If you are interested in try sailing on our Sailability Vessels register by following the link
For more information or to volunteer on the day please contact Andy (SWD) , Neil (Yachts) or Scott (dinghies)
The CYC has adopted a smoke free policy.. Please pass the word.
- Cigarettes and other tobacco products will not be sold, including from vending machines, at any time at or by the club.
- Coaches, players, officials and volunteers will refrain from smoking while involved in an official capacity for the club, on and off the field.
- No images of club volunteers, members, officials, coaches and players smoking at club-related activities are to be placed on social media.
SMOKE FREE AREAS
The CAIRNS YACHT CLUB requires the following areas of the club’s MARINA POINT BOATSHED to be smoke free:
- All indoor areas
- All outdoor training areas
- All canteen, catering and eating and drinking areas
Smoke free areas will be signed (where possible) and promoted in club materials. A designated smoking permitted area is located OVER THE ROAD FROM THE BOATSHED
- Club functions, including social and fundraising events and meetings, held at club facilities are to be smoke free.
- Club functions, including social and fundraising events and meetings, held away from club facilities are to be smoke free wherever possible.
- If provided, smokers may only smoke at outdoor designated smoking areas and are to dispose of cigarette butts safely before entering facilities.
A full copy of the policy is linked below gs-smoke-free-policy-QLD-20160818-1
CYC – Safety Management Plan 2018 – 2019 – Updated Jan 2018
As you would all be aware for each of the CYC events it is requirement of all boat skippers/ owners and crew to operate under the CYC Safety Management Plan and inline with the Approved Aquatic Licence.
The plan is to conduct a MANDATORY ALL SKIPPERS BRIEFING in the near future but to ensure that you are aware of the clubs obligations I have now included the relevant document on the website which can be accessed by following the links below: The Aquatic Licence approval and key requirements are be put up in the boatshed soon or can be accessed by emailing the office
Like your shirts cool & your beer cold? Then what are you waiting for?
CYC T Shirts in White for $40 & Polo Shirts in 5 great colors for $60
Stubby Coolers featuring Multihulls, Keelboats, Sailabilty, Dinghies & Off the Beach Cats
…..they’re cool, they’re colorful & your beer will be cold…..Only $6 so grab a few and share them with your mates or keep them on board & boast how famous you are!
CAIRNS YACHT CLUB
Raffle Winners Drawn 24 June 2016.
Ticket Number Name/Contact Prize (For two People)
0444 Bruce Mc Gill Wavedancer to Low Isles
0413 Matthew Mc Mill Quicksilver to Agincourt Reef
1060 Janet Kussrow Great Adventures to Green Is
0029 Juul Rainforestation & Butterfly Sanctuary
0999 Rosco Skyrail
No Bookseller prize as first draw book undersold (9)