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  • International One Metre

  • RC Laser

  • International A Class

  • International 10 Rater

General

RSAWA is pleased to announce the availablility of the all new Team App for your smart phone.

With this handy app you can keep in contact with other club members, class members, or general chit chat in the chat rooms

INDEMNITY

I agree to abide by the conditions of the event as contained in the Notice of Race, Sailing Instructions, the Racing Rules of Sailing and any Notices published by the Sailing Committee.

All entrants taking part in this event do so entirely at their own risk:
The Australian Radio Yachting Association (Incorporated) the State Radio Sailing Association, organizing club(s) and any other parties involved in the organization of this event disclaim:
Any and every responsibility whatsoever for loss, damage, injury or inconvenience that might occur to persons and goods, both ashore and on the water as a consequence of entering or participating in this event. At all times the responsibility for the safety and themselves plus the decision to participate or continue must rest with the competitor.

By entering the event it is deemed that you accept these conditions.

One Metre

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Ten Rater

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A Class

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RC Laser

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DF95

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There are a number of other classes sailed Nationally.

For a full list, see the ARYA Class page.

Radio Sailing Association W.A. (Inc.) is the state body that coordinates events on behalf of the WA clubs, and the National body., Australian Radio Yachting Association

The RSAWA consists of an elected Committee, and 2 delegates from each affiliated club.

Our aims are:

To encourage and promote the sport of Radio Yachting in all its branches and to organise and control the sport within Western Australia.

In furtherance of these aims, the Association shall -

Promote and recognise all classes of yachts for racing;

Liaise with the National Authority in the co-ordination of measurement and registration of all such yachts;

Obtain and maintain membership of the Australian Radio Yachting Association and any State body having similar objectives.

Formulate and publish rules and regulations governing racing and rating of radio yachts except that where such rules and regulations are issued by the International Sailing Federation or other international body of which the Association is a member, the Association shall adopt and abide by such rules and regulations;

Organise, settle conditions, fix dates and venues for sailing State Regattas annually;

Organise and promote International and World Championship Regattas as may from time to time be approved, and assist and enter members to represent Australia at International Regattas overseas;

Publicise and act as a source of information on the sport of radio yachting.