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KCC wishes all our members and guests a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

"A" Class World Champion! - Congratulations Steve Brewin, Kurnell Catamaran Club sailor who has triumphed again in winning the "A" Class World Championships in Poland in August 2017. Read about the event here and here. See the results here! Well done to all the Aussies! 

KCC's 2017-2018 Executive and General Committee has been elected at the Annual General Meeting held Sunday 7th May 2017. A huge thank you to the outgoing 2016-2017 Committee. You guys and gals did great! A big welcome to the incoming 2017-2018 Executive and General Committee. You can meet the new committee by clicking here! Members who are new to committee can read about their duties by clicking here! Please send an email to the Webmaster and Secretary of the club with your contact details including email addresses asap please. 

New Racing Rules of Sailing adopted.
KCC is using the 2017-2020 RRS. Click here to see the new RRS.

Do you want to see all of a previous years racing results? Go to our Race Results page and under "Additional Resources" on the right hand side of the page you can click a particular years archived race results stored in PDF format. Detailed results go back to the 1999-2000 season, before that, major results are stored on our Honour Board page.

Need to know more about KCC?
Even long term members of the  KCC should peruse the FAQ section of KCC regularly for the latest information pertaining to sailing at the Club. Click here!

Are you under 16 years of age and want to try sailing?
 Juniors commence sailing in October. Come along one Sunday morning and speak to our Junior Representative about sailing in the Junior Division at KCC in the Open BIC class of boat. What a great introductory boat to kick off before graduating down the track to the fast multihulls! Click here or the Juniors button for more information!

On Rostered Duty - don't know what to do? - read on!
If you have been rostered on duty and don't know what is expected of you, read up on your duties as Officer of the Day/Canteen Duties/Timekeeper, Boat Captain or Boat Crew. The Duty Roster shows when you are rostered and has links to the descriptions of your duties. Remember "Officer of the Day" also performs Timekeeper and Canteen Staff duties unless he/she can garner some assistance from someone else and in any case is still responsible for the tasks. Yes it is a busy day and sometimes a thankless job, but if all our members do their duties to their best ability, it makes for a smoother and more enjoyable day for those sailing. After all, you wouldn't want to finish a race and find that the times hadn't been taken, the showers were cold or there is no canteen open would you? So please read up on the tasks you must perform and fill out your preferred duty dates on your membership form in Section C when renewing or to get in early, email the Vice President your preferred dates and we'll try and accomodate you! Finally, remember if there is no Officer of the Day or no Boat Captain/Crew then there is no racing - so don't let your mates down!

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