Inshore News

Twenty six competitors took to the water in a 16 knot south-westerly breeze to compete in Fremantle Sailing Club’s annual ANZAC Cup. All three divisions started together, each sailing their division course but with no spinnakers allowed.

Sixteen competitors took to the water last Saturday in the FSC North Sails Championship Race 7 / Consistency race 16. Conditions were good for racing with a steady 10-15 knots southerly and no sign of the forecast storms.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017BIG BEACH CLEAN UP REPORT

About one hundred sailors, bosuns, divers, friends, and parents gathered at Jervoise Bay Sailing Club last Sunday to learn about the Marine Debris projects of Sea Shepherd and Tangaroa Blue, and join a debris collection on the beach and at the jetty.

A strong south-south-westerly sea breeze (gusting to 24 knots) created exciting sailing conditions for the FSC Inshore fleet in the Max Shean Trophy last Saturday. The race commemorates the life of Max Shean, who is remembered as a decorated WWII submariner and winner of the 1979 Parmelia Race...

Thinking of taking your boat out of the water for the winter? Fremantle Sailing Club is offering FREE hardstand (LIFT FEES & WASH FEES APPLY) to a limited number of members (via ballot) if they lift their boats out for the winter and make their pen available to the visiting...

The day starts early and ends late for many of the Sparkman and Stephens 34’s that are brought down the river to join their Fremantle Sailing Club sister ships for the Annual FSC/S&S34 Assoc Commodores Cup Perpetual Trophy Race.

After bad weather last October forced the originally scheduled race to be cancelled, the Ken Cook Trophy was resailed on Saturday in a good (though fluky) south-easterly breeze.

Thursday, March 9, 2017TWILIGHT SAILING

We have had beautiful weather for most of the first twilight's of 2017 including a ringside view of the storms brewing over the hills during the 1 March event!

A gentle sea breeze saved the day for the FSC inshore fleet’s windward and return race last Saturday, cooling the sailors and creating pleasant sailing conditions instead of the threatened drifter.

Read all about the exciting Warne Shield Race to TCYC and then the race back!