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Club Newsletter – 19 September 2019
V&A Cruise – Calling All Cruisers

WE ARE FULLY BOOKED !!! CALLING ALL CRUISERS! The V and A Marina has invited us for a night at their world class marina on…

Last Friday night’s winner was Mrs Mary Wolf  who was unfortunately not present to claim her prize. The draw takes place between 19h15 and 19h45 every…

Club Newsletter – 06 September 2019
Protest Committee

Would you like to serve on the RCYC Protest Committee from time to time? Part of the service RCYC offers to our racing sailors is…

Lucky Draw – 6 September 2019

Last Friday night’s winner was Ms Sue Milne who was unfortunately not present to claim her prize. The draw takes place between 19h15 and 19h45 every…

Club Champs Race 2

Saturday 7th of September is round 2 of the Club Champs Series.    The 1st start is scheduled for 14:00  To enter you can either…

Exclesior Double Handed Race 2

Saturday the 31st August  This coming Saturday (31st of August ) sees the 2nd race of the series.  There will be a skipper briefing held…

Optimist African’s – Sean Kavanagh

Good luck to the SA Optimist team who are competing in the Optimist African's regatta in the Seychelles.  Our very own Sean Kavanagh finds himself…

Ladies Race

2019 RCYC Ladies Race - Saturday 24th of August. Celebrating ladies at RCYC. Registration is at 10:00, with the 1st race start scheduled for 12:00.…

Woman’s Month at RCYC

August is Woman's month   -  This coming weekend is the Woman's Day Cruise   - currently the Sailing Office have over 100 woman from outside the…

RCYC Win Race 6

Congrats to Gerry and his team  - they have just won race 6 of Lipton Results overall  WYAC RCYC WBYC

RCYC win Race 2 of Lipton Cup

Congratulations to RCYC Seascape powered by YANMAR for winning the 2nd race of Lipton Cup.   They are currently lying 2nd overall after 2 races.  Tomorrow…

Club Newsletter – 11 July 2019
Wednesday Evening Talks – 3rd July 2019

Cape2Rio Update  Wednesday 3rd of July  Main Hall  / Trophy Hall  at 18:00  Find out about the latest Cape2Rio 2020 updates with a question session. …

ORC South Africa 2019 – 2020 – Certificate Renewals

ORC South Africa 2019 - 2020 Thank you for your support of the ORC Club platform in South Africa for the past season, and for…

Lucky Draw – 28 June 2019

Last Friday night’s winner was Ms Caroline Jakobsen who was unfortunately not present to claim her prize. The draw takes place between 19h15 and 19h45 every…

Food & Wine Pairing – Tulbagh Winery

Have you ever considered a Food & Wine Pairing Evening?       Once a month RCYC offers an evening of fine dinning complimented with incredible…

Wednesday Evening Talks

Treasurer’s Report 2018/19 Wednesday 19th June at 18h00 All members are invited to attend a pre-AGM presentation of the detailed financial results for the club’s…

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2019
Club Newsletter – 13 June 2019
Wednesday Night Talks – Life of a Maritime Piliot

Wednesday 12th June at 18:00  Guest Speaker : Pilot Yolisa Tshangela from Transnet National Ports Authority who will be speaking about a Life of a…

Wednesday Evening Talks

Nations Cup   Join the 2 teams who presented South Africa at the Nations Cup Matching Final in San Francisco.  Hear all about match racing against…

Club Newsletter – 31 May 2019
Lucky Draw – 31 May 2019

Last Friday night’s winner was Mr Skip Novak who was unfortunately not present to claim his prize. The draw takes place between 19h15 and 19h45 every Friday…

RCYC Team to Defend Lipton Challenge Cup

RCYC Team to defend Lipton Challenge Cup 2019 This year we received two expressions of interest to represent RCYC at Lipton Challenge Cup being sailed…

Club Newsletter – 16 May 2019
Lucky Draw – 17 May 2019

Last Friday night’s winner was Mr Carl Tomlinson who was unfortunately not present to claim his prize. The draw takes place between 19h15 and 19h45 every…

Club Newsletter – 02 May 2019
Lucky Draw – 3 May 2019

Last Friday night’s winner was Mr Douw De Jongh who was unfortunately not present to claim his prize. The draw takes place between 19h15 and 19h45…

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