Victoria Harbour School Sailing Series in March


Haileybury (RED) v St Leonards (Blue) in the Final Race
Haileybury (RED) v St Leonards (Blue) in the Final Race
David Staley, Saturday, 6 March 2010

The Victoria Harbour School Sailing Series will be held on Thursday and Friday March 18 & 19 and is expected to attract up to 18 Victorian Secondary Schools. 


Conducted by Yachting Victoria and hosted by the Docklands Yacht Club, this Team Racing competition will comprise a round-robin series followed by finals to determine to top ranked Victorian school.  The winner will be invited to represent their State at the Australian Schools Team Racing Championships later in the year.


Victoria Harbour is an ideal venue for Team Racing, offering a protected waterway with easy viewing by spectators from the shore.  Races are about 10 minutes duration and the close tactical racing makes for great watching. 

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