Tilt owner and skipper, Peter Cretan (left - winner) shakes the hand of The Fork in the Road's owner and skipper, Gary Smith (right - 2nd place).


by By Lizzi Rountree
Peter and Catherine Cretan’s Marten 49, Tilt, has won the 10th Anniversary Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race. Finishing the 285 nautical mile race in just under 32 hours, the crew fought off five times winner, The Fork in the Road, to take out line honours at 18:53:59 on Thursday 29th December.more

L2H News Release 5 A Big Night for the Little Guys in Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race

by By Lizzi Rountree
Jeff Cordell and his Mumm36 B&G Advantage (inaugural winner, 2007) were the first to get the building easterly just before dawn. They now lead the fleet into the Maria Island waypoint ahead of the bigger and faster The Fork in the Road, Wild West and Tilt....more

L2H News Release 4

by By Lizzi Rountree
“There’s sea fog, no wind, and we’ve run out of jokes”, according to race host Commodore Steve Chau aboard Absolut. A good storm can be weathered, but there’s nothing quite like the agony of drifting around — and in the case of Steelin Time, a figure of eight, just off Mount William National Park.more

L2H News Release 3

by By Lizzi Rountree
A record fleet of competitors in Tasmania's longest coastal race faced slow conditions overnight, with head winds all the way as the majority of the fleet rounded the north-east tip of Tasmania...more

L2H News Release 2

by By Lizzi Rountree
It was a clear start for the 10th anniversary of the Proper National Pies Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race on the morning of Tuesday 27th December....more


Thank you to Australian Maritime College

The Tamar Yacht Club would like to take this opportunity to thank AMC Search (the Commercial Arm of the Australian Maritime College) for once again providing the PINDURO as the Official start boat in this years' 10th Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race. PINDURO is owned and operated by AMC Search, and is used extensively in the training of Pacific Patrol Boat crews for the Department of Defence......more

Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race

The Launceston to Hobart Yacht Race will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with 48 confirmed entrants. Starting on Tuesday 27th December.more

Top of the Tamar NOR

Please find attached NOR for our pre Xmas races. Some mid week and some on Saturday.
Enter on the day. Pick up sailing instructions one hour prior to race start.
If your boats are down the river then don't forget that EVERY wednesday evening we have a mid week out of the marina.


Yacht Club Fifty Five

Yacht Club Fifty Five has now been operating since early November. Their contact phone number is 6331 1235. Hours of operation are Mon - closed; Tues & Wed 8am - 4pm; Thurs to Sun 7.30am to 9pm. Website is yachtclubfiftyfive.com and their email is info@yachtclubfiftyfive.com. Make sure you call to make a reservation as they are very busy.more
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The Tamar Yacht Club Inc. wish to acknowledge that they are a proud recipient of a Tasmanian Community Fund general grant for round 27 projects for their TYC Dinghy Safety and Coach Boat Replacement Program.




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