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Hobie 14 NSW State Titles

2021 Hobie 14 NSW State Championships

The 2021 Hobie 14 New South Wales State Championships will be held at the Great Lakes Sailing Club, Forster. The Hobie 14 NSW State Championships will be held in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of the Wildcat Regatta. The event will be held over the October long weekend. All Hobie 14 sailors are invited to…

Hobie Regatta Gold Coast Bad News

Hobie Bad News Regatta

The Bad News Regatta has been one of the largest winter regattas of Hobie sailing in Australia. Originally started back in the 1960’s prior to Hobies even being invented. The ‘Top Cat of the Alley’ and the ‘Currumbin Marathon’ was sailed the 2nd week end in June over what was then the Queens Birthday long…

Hobie volunteers needed

Volunteers required for the Hobie National Championships

REPORT: The Australian Hobie Cat Nationals taking place in Jervis Bay is fast approaching, and big things are falling into place! But the Vincentia Sailing Club (VSC) can’t do it alone.. The VSC is looking for some energetic volunteers from the Hobie Family to help out in the organisation and running of the 50th Australian…

2021-22 Australian Hobie Championships logo

2021 / 2022 Australian Hobie Cat National Championships

The  2021 / 2022 Australian Hobie Cat National Championships will be hosted by Vincentia Sailing Club, Jervis Bay . The Hobie 16 Open event will take place first, with the mixed fleet in the second series. We know there are quite a few 16 teams that take their H16 Open nationals very seriously. These guys…

Darren and Claire Flying a hull - image Lindsay Preece Ironbark Photos

Crossview Enterprises 2021 WA Hobie Cat State Championships

The Crossview Enterprises 2021 Western Australian Hobie Cat State Championships will be held over the Easter weekend. Supported by Esperance Bay Yacht Club, the Shire of Esperance and Hobie Cat Asia Pacific. This will be the 44th anniversary of the regatta. After a one year delay, the Hobie Cat fleet in Western Australia are excited…