2014 MAcIntyre Cup - Tamar Yacht Club - Beauty Point
The 2014 MAcIntyre Cup is to be conducted by the Tanar Yacht Club on the 28th and 29th of November. The event will be held at their Beauty Point facility. briefing at 0930 hrs on the Saturday and no starts after 2pm on Sunday
This is a promotional, handicapped regatta and all standards of Mirror sailors are welcome. There is accommodation right next door to the sailing at Beauty Point Waterfront Hotel, $100 for a double room, $120 for 3 people or a family room sleeping 5 for $150.
Enrry Forms, Membership Forms and Official Notices for this event are detailed below.
Notice of Race 2014 MacIntyre Cup
Sailing Instructions 2014 MacIntyre Cup
Entry Form 2014 MacIntrye Cup
2014 -2015 IMCAT Membership Form
2014/15 Australian Chamiponships Somers Yacht Club, Western Port Bay, Victoria
The 2014 Nationals are scheduled to be conducted at Somers Yacht Club, Westernport Bay, Victoria from the 28th to 31st December. Somers Yacht Club is about an hours drive from the centre of Melbourne. Accommodation is available nearby. Further details can be obtained from the Notice of Race for this event, and from the International Mirror Class Association of Australia website
2015 World Chamiponships South Africa
Looking further afield, the 2015 World Championships will be held at Theewater Sports Club, Villiersdorp, South Africa from the 28th December 2014 to 9th January 2015. Details of the event can be obtained here.
Results 2013 - 14 Mirror Nationals - Woollahra Sailing Club
The 2013 - 14 Mirror Nationals were conducted at Wollahra Sailing Club, NSW from 28th December 2013 - 3rd January 2014. The overall championship was won by Victorians Anita Scott-Murphy and Ben Cruse sailing Bob. Four Tasmanian boats made up the fleet of 36 that competed in this year's nationals.
Marcus MacKay and Luka Smillie sailing Sky III were the highest placed Tasmanians finising 4th overall. Closely behind in 5th Place was Jenny Graney and Ishka MacKay in Carpe Diem. While Ken Barnes and Alex Kingsley (Storefresh) and Jai McKay and Ruby Smillie (Celia May) both out in creditable performances finishing 10th and 12th respectively.
These results also saw Jenny Graney claim the Ladies Championship, and Ken Barnes the Masters.
Further details can be obtained from the International Mirror Class of New South Wales
Full results can be obtained from https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1988677/Overall.htm
Mirror Class Measurement Rules