• The annual Club Marine Pittwater to Paradise Regatta will commence on 2nd January,
    sailing from Pittwater to Southport Yacht Club at the heart of the Gold Coast.

    Following this is Southport Yacht Club’s spectacular high summer offshore sailing regatta, Bartercard Sail Paradise
    Four days of magnificent racing will be staged on the beautiful ocean waters off the Gold Coast’s
    golden beaches from 6th to 9th January 2019

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    Multihull Monohull Line Ho...

    2019-01-06
    Multihull & Monohull Line Honours Winners Declared

    Drew Carruther’s Drew 15, Rushour had a very comfortable trip north with pleasant hot meals to c...

    Boatson.tv Race Start Covera...

    2019-01-05

    Thank You to Geoff Waller and Boatson.tv for their coverage of the 2019 Sail Paradise Race Start.

    Pittwater to Paradise 2019 S...

    2019-01-05

    Good Morning and welcome to Day 4 of the 2019 Pittwater to Paradise Race. Unfortunately the breeze overnigh...

    Pretty Woman extends with Hi...

    2019-01-04
    Pretty Woman extends with Highly Sprung hot on their heels

    Event: Club Marine Pittwater to Paradise Regatta January 2 – 9, 2019 hosted by the Royal Prince A...

    Updated Wind Forecast

    2019-01-03

    THU 03 7am SITUATION TC PENNY has redeveloped over the NW Coral Sea and is expected to meander ov...

    Rushour continues to power u...

    2019-01-03
    Rushour continues to power upwind

    All smiles onboard Rushour. Whilst the Drew 15 may have lost their fellow multihull competitors overnight ...

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    Pittwater to Paradise Event Schedule

    Race 1, 2 January 2019

    Race Briefing, 2 January, 0900hrs

    Presentation, 5 January, 2019, 1300hrs


    Races 2-9, 6 – 9 January 2019

    Race Briefing, daily, 0800hrs

    Post Race BBQs and Social events

    Presentation of the overall Regatta winners, 9 January, 2019

    Full Event Schedule can be viewed here

    Training Schedule

    Crew Eligibility Requirements

    30% of crew require a Safety & Survival at Sea certificate (SSSC), inc Skipper or Person in Charge

    At least 1 crew shall hold a Marine First Aid certificate (inc SSSC)

    At least 1 crew shall hold a Marine Radio Operators certificate

    At least 50% of crew with Category 2 experience or equivalent passage journey. Refer to NoR 5.2 for the Organising Authorities 'equivalent' conditions.

    Club Marine Pittwater to Paradise Regatta

    The Royal Prince Alfred's signature "Warm Water Classic" race has a new home with the fleet finishing at the Southport Yacht Club which ties in with their Sail Paradise series to create the new Pittwater to Paradise Regatta!

    The 370 nautical mile race will present a tactical challenge for teams as they race up the NSW east coast arriving on the Gold Coast for another 4 days of racing infront of Gold Coast's beaches. ?

    A combination of short ocean passage races and windward leeward races will be conducted. Results from the ocean race (Race 1) and subsequent races in Southport will be combined to award the overall Series winners.?

    This new offshore series is not only a great event?for skippers and crew but also provides a perfect getway for families and friends over the new year. A variety of social events will be held each day at the Southport Yacht Club for all to enjoy.?

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    Latest News

    Multihull & Monohull Line Honours Winners Declared

    06 January 2019
    Multihull & Monohull Line Honours Winners Declared

    Drew Carruther’s Drew 15, Rushour had a very comfortable trip north with pleasant hot meals to cross the finish line at 15:50 AEDT, taking multihull line honours in the...

    Boatson.tv Race Start Coverage

    05 January 2019

    Thank You to Geoff Waller and Boatson.tv for their coverage of the 2019 Sail Paradise Race Start.

    Pittwater to Paradise 2019 Slideshow & Race Start

    05 January 2019

    Good Morning and welcome to Day 4 of the 2019 Pittwater to Paradise Race. Unfortunately the breeze overnight hasn't been so kind to our competitors and it appears 'huey' is...

    Pretty Woman extends with Highly Sprung hot on their heels

    04 January 2019
    Pretty Woman extends with Highly Sprung hot on their heels

    Event: Club Marine Pittwater to Paradise Regatta January 2 – 9, 2019 hosted by the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club (NSW) Southport Yacht Club (QLD) Richard Hudson’s Farr 45...

    Updated Wind Forecast

    03 January 2019

    THU 03 7am SITUATION TC PENNY has redeveloped over the NW Coral Sea and is expected to meander over the northern Coral Sea through the weekend, probably making landfall in...

    Rushour continues to power upwind

    03 January 2019
    Rushour continues to power upwind

    All smiles onboard Rushour. Whilst the Drew 15 may have lost their fellow multihull competitors overnight due to retirements, they continue to power upwind at 8-9knots whilst enjoying their...

     

     

    Pittwater to Southport

     

    The Pittwater to Paradise Regatta will be starting on Sydney's Pittwater,  1 hour drive north from Sydney's CBD on January 2, 2019 and run through to 9 January, 2019.

    The ocean race offers competitors a strategic challenge as they race between the surfline and the current, past unsurpassed scenic coastlines, prior to arriving in one of Queensland's most popular coastal cities. Once on the Gold Coast boats will enjoy a four day series regatta hosted by the Southport Yacht Club.

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    The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club
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    A: 16 Mitala St, Newport 2106 Australia
    W: www.rpayc.com.au

    Southport Yacht Club
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    T: 02 6652 4390
    A: 1 Macarthur Pde, Main Beach, Queensland, 4217 
    W: www.southportyachtclub.com.au
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