AUS D-One Association

AUS D-One Association

Welcome to the home of the AUS D-ONE Class Association where you will be able to find all the latest news & chat about this exciting single hander from Devoti Sailing.

The AUS D-ONE class operates through the D-ONE International Association, which has a representative from each country. The international committee member for Australia is Peter Ineson This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please join us also at the facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/ausdevotione

Wednesday, 20 January 2016 13:00

Third race for the “Tour de Australis” series was held in conjunction with ACT Dinghy Championships held on 14/15th November at the Canberra Yacht Club..

Sunday, 22 November 2015 13:00

Second race for the “Tour de Australis” series took place on the 7/8th November at the Big River Sailing Club at Harwood, which is located on the Clarence River (¾ of the way up from Sydney to Byron Bay) for their “Bridge to Breakers” regatta.

Sunday, 11 October 2015 14:00

Demo day for the worlds most exciting single hander. Being held on the 25th October at Gosford Sailing Club (NSW, AUS), the central coasts premier sailing club located one hour north of Sydney. Contact details are on the flyer.

 aus gsc 25102015 DemoDay

 

 

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 14:00

aus br 01First race for the “Tour de Australia” series was on 4th October up at Richmond River Sailing and Rowing Club in Ballina (coastal town in northern NSW) for their “What is a wetsuit” open regatta. We had 2 D-One at the regatta, local boy Mark Pierce. Plus myself, Peter Ineson, who made the journey up from Sydney.

Thursday, 14 May 2015 15:00

The Batemans Bay ANZAC Memorial regatta was held on the weekend of 25/26 April. Batemans Bay being a seaside town located 4 hours to the drive south of Sydney.

Now well into autumn the weather has cooled down and the summer seabeezes have finished and replaced with unpredictable winds and cooler temperatures. It will not be long before the water temperature dives below an icy 20°C.