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If you are new to our site and you are interested in participating in the sport of sailing with us then this page is for you. First of all,  welcome, we look forward to meeting you at the club. 

You should first read our club secretary's Welcome Letter .

If  you want to join the club then the following links will provide you with a Membership Form, a consent form (if you have children under 18 years old that will be sailing with us) and our  WWC consent form ( manditory). 

Please print these forms out and fill in the details to bring with you to the club. One of our canteen or club officers can help with any questions you may have and also accept your completed forms.

You may also like to read our other policy documents here.

Where to from here.

Well our sailing program  would be a start and then have a look at the sailing or training  sections

(see menus on the above or click the links).

TASC Traing Flyer
Skate For Sale

Skate For Sale $1500

Skate 963
Epoxy Foam Sandwich Construction
New Sails ( Sailed 9 races with these sails)
Carbon Wings Fitted (removable for easy rigging and transport)
Finished 6th in last Nationals sailed.
Contact Peter Sullivan on 0420 940 901

News

Luck Takes Tenth Aussie Title

David Luck and Damien Vlotman from St George Sailing Club, NSW took out the 59th Skate National Championship with a clean sweep result across all 7 heats contested on the waters of Lake Macquarie and run by Toronto Amateur Sailing Club.

Local Boat The Welshie II skates into 4th place in title.

Local Boat, The Welshie II, skates into 4th place in the 59th Australian Skate Titles contested on Lake Macquarie over the Christmas New Year period.

Strong winds today with consistent 19 knots and gusting between 22 and 25 knots saw some gutsy sailing from the Flying Ant fleet.

Some awesome spinnaker runs out to the start line sent the adrenaline rushing, but most of the racing was carefully controlled with few kites to be seen up on the race course.

Ex Toronto Amateur Sailing Club Flying Ant Sailor big chance for Olympic Gold in Rio.

"Mark [Langford] actually taught me to sail as a kid. He’s about three years older than me and got me on board to crew for him on a little Flying Ant out of Toronto because I was small. He got me into sailing and it’s something I’m still liking." - Will Ryan

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