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The world-famous 628-mile Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race is renowned for being the Everest of amateur yacht racing. Each year, around 130 yachts come together to do battle with the competition and with the elements. Completing a Sydney to Hobart race ticks a big box on your sailing resume.
This magnificent one thousand-mile sailing adventure is definitely a Flying Fish favorite. It provides an excellent opportunity for competent sailors to gain sea miles, offshore experience, and qualifying passages, in preparation for assessment for the RYA Yachtmaster Certificate of Competence.
Our Yachtmaster Milebuilders provide the opportunity to log sea miles and qualifying passages in preparation for the RYA Yachtmaster Offshore Certificate assessment. You will take part in a series of extended offshore passages by day and night, operating a watch system on board.
Arctos is a powerful cutter-rigged Radford 55. This impressive yacht was built for long distance ocean racing and completed a Southern Ocean circumnavigation in 2003. Flying Fish Arctos has since completed thirteen Sydney to Hobart yacht races coming first in class on two occasions.
Flo is a beautiful Nautitech Open 40, 12m catamaran and is the epitome of elegance. With a bright and spacious deck, as well as a cockpit and saloon on one level, Flo offers a comfortable and luxurious sailing experience. This yacht is perfect for discerning private and corporate groups.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) Coxswain grade 3 is a domestic Certificate of Competency for operating in Australian waters. The certificate holder can commercially operate a vessel less than 12 metres in length for limited purposes in specified waters. It is the first rung on the ladder of the AMSA qualification scheme and represents an excellent low-cost entry point to commercial boating in Australia.