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The enthusiasm for the Dragon Class in Australia in recent years reflects the renaissance of the Class in Europe over the last 15-20 years. The Dragons are now the largest one design fixed keel racing fleet in Europe, indeed in the world, attracting Europe’s finest sailors... Read more »

Sydney Harbour's Dragon Gold Cup

posted: 17 November 2013

Norman Longworth, Past President of the Squadron and prominent Dragon sailor on the Harbour for over 60 years urged me to exercise caution in dealing with this article to avoid opening old wounds... Read more »

AIDA President's Report 2013

posted: 02 November 2013

The year started with a very successful Prince Philip Cup held at Botany Bay, Sydney for the first time since 1989. With twenty one entries, from all four Dragon sailing States, and excellent and greatly varying sailing conditions... Read more »

The following guide originally appeared on the Notice Board of the Royal Corinthian Yacht Club at Burnham-on-Crouch, England more than 10 years ago. It was obviously written for International Dragon Class Crew Read more »

Sesquicentenary of the RSYS

posted: 30 July 2012

The week-end of 7/8th july 2012, marked the Sesquicentenary of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, and as part of that celebration a Classic Boat Regatta was held from the Club on the Saturday. Read more »

Olga White and Misha Mouratov have always been generous in their support of our Dragon sailing in Australia.  They brought their boats out for the Prince Philip Cup in Sydney 3 years ago and participated in our Easter pre-Worlds regatta in Melbourne and then again at the Melbourne Worlds. Read more »

2013 Prince Philip Cup