This is a page for GFS Junior, Youth and Laser sailors.

Please note the GFS House Rules conditions of entry

Conditions of entry in races at GFS are stated in the Sailing Instructions plus:

a. Boat owners must be paid up full members of the club or a visitor who has paid a visitors fees;

b. All yachts/dinghies must have a current Safety Certificate meeting the Sailing Off the Beach Safety Requirements;

c. All yachts/dinghies must be insured and have public liability insurance to the value of $10 million;

d. All yachts/dinghies competing in events must comply with RMS State regulations with respect to safety gear.


Important Information.

We will be racing Juniors in Sabots from 2.00pm and Lasers from 3pm on Sundays.

All Sunday sailors should now be paid up, if not membership renewal can be accessed through the club website here.

All competing boats, Sabots included, must carry :
(i)  third party liability insurance of $10Million;
and
(ii)  must have completed a Sailing Australia Off the Beach Safety Check signed jointly
by a Club Equipment Auditor and the Skipper/Guardian.

(A list of qualified GFS club Equipment Auditors (all volunteers) can be found in the Skippers Briefing – see the link below.)

A copy of the checklist can be found here: Sailing Australia Off the Beach Safety Form.

The parents / guardians of participating Junior Sailors must complete the following Consent Form: Junior Sailing Consent Form.

Prior to racing, please read the following Presentation prior to racing: GFS Skippers Briefing 2018/19 Season.
Note that this document also outlines the required GFS and RMS procedures to be followed in case of an incident on the water.

It is GFS Policy that:
(i)  Only RMS Boat Licensed Drivers may operate the RIBs whilst on the water;
(ii) A minimum of two adults at all times must be present in a RIB when in operation.

If you have news or information you want shared concerning this dingy sailing then contact David McLean about junior and youth sailing or Iain Suthers about Laser sailing.


2019 – 2020 Sailing Program – Dinghy Classes (Sabots and Lasers)

GFS-Sailing-Prog_2019_2020 Dinghy Classes _ Final

2018 – 2019 Sailing Program – Dinghy Classes (Sabots and Lasers)

GFS-Sailing-Prog_2018 – 2019-Dinghy-Classes

King of the River Inter-club Challenge 2018 2019

Senior Lasers are invited to compete in the King of the River Series.

Race 1     November 3, 2018 at Lane Cove Sailing Club

Race 2     January 27, 2019 at Hunters Hill Sailing Club

Race 3      February 24, 2019 at Greenwich Sailing Club in association with GFS


Racing Rules of Sailing 2017 – 2020

The Racing Rules of Sailing 2017 -2020

ISAF Rules Protest Form

RMS / GFS Incident Report Forms

RMS Vessel Incident Report Form
GFS (Club) Incident Report Form

2017 – 2018 (Aquatic Licence) Sailing Event Notification (SENS)

Covering letter – SENS
Conditions  – SENS Pages from Gazette