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  • WHERE ARE THEY NOW?WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
    Farewells and flying objects, words and photos by Ian Munro. SV Vixen departed Cape Town on 14 May and now, some 47-odd days later, Ian Munro and his crew are resting in Fernando De Noronha after a 2-week crossing from… The post WHERE ARE THEY NOW? appeared first on Royal… Read more »
  • NEW SPONSOR FOR YOUTH REGATTA 2022NEW SPONSOR FOR YOUTH REGATTA 2022
    RCYC Youth Regatta proudly supported by MACS Maritime Carrier Shipping.  Due to a smaller than expected entry, school and college exams, we decided to change the regatta from a two-day event to one day event. The eight entries enjoyed five… The post NEW SPONSOR FOR YOUTH REGATTA 2022 appeared first… Read more »
  • FLYING NIKKA – THE FUTURE OF SAILING?FLYING NIKKA – THE FUTURE OF SAILING?
    Flying Nikka – the future of sailing?, by Liesl King Mark Mills is currently one of the most famous performance yacht designers in the world. Based in Ireland he is responsible for production designs such as the IC 37 for… The post FLYING NIKKA – THE FUTURE OF SAILING? appeared… Read more »
  • REVIVING SV LUSTYREVIVING SV LUSTY
    Reviving SV Lusty, by JJ Provoyeur. Action Yachting was established in 1978 to build sailing dinghies like Dabchicks, Sonnets, Fireballs, Tempos to clubs such as Zeekoevlei, Hermanus, Sandvlei’s Imperial Yacht club etc. It was the time when the Bongers’ dinghy… The post REVIVING SV LUSTY appeared first on Royal Cape… Read more »
  • LADIES RACE PHOTO GALLERY 21 MAY 2022LADIES RACE PHOTO GALLERY 21 MAY 2022
    Our Ladies Race on Saturday 21 May was a resounding success with 110 ladies participating  and 20 boats entering on the day. The days theme centered around giving women and girls the opportunity to get involved in sailing – may… The post LADIES RACE PHOTO GALLERY 21 MAY 2022 appeared… Read more »

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