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New Laser Parts stockist in Melbourne.

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Victoria has an ever growing Laser fleet and while you can always count on PSA for fast and reliable service via our online store, the need to have parts readily available on the ground is also a vital part of the service we offer Victorian Laser sailors. For this very reason we are excited to welcome our newest Victorian parts stockist Sundance Marine.
Sundance Marine offer the boating community of Port Phillip Bay and the surrounding Yacht Clubs a service oriented business with high quality advice, service and supply, something for which Sundance is known. Their staff offer a wealth of sailing advice, support and experience.
Sundance Marine have a comprehensive range of sailing gear from the best brands to meet all your sailing needs.
Laser parts are now in stock so pop in and see the team.

SUNDANCE CHANDLERY & SERVICE CENTRE

3/36 Jetty Road, Sandringham VIC 3191

PHONE: 1300 55 00 89

Email : shop@sundancemarine.com.au

2016 NB Sailsports Laser Winter Series

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NBsailsports Laser Winter series 2016 is now “Live”! To enter online click link below:

http://www.nbsailsports.com.au/store/product-list.php…

Round 1: May 15 – MHASC, first start 1pm, 3 races
Round 2: June 18 – GRSC, first start 1pm, 3 races
Round 3: July 24 – Avalon SC, first start 11am, 3 races
Round 4: August 7 – RSYS, first 11am, 3 races
Round 5: August 27 – DBSC, first 1pm, 3 races

Check out our event on facebook: NBsailsports Winter Series 2016

Launched three years ago with great success, the NB Sailsports Laser Winter Series is back on this year’s calendar.

The series will consists of five one day events, roughly one a month running from early May until the end of August – with lots of promos and incentives.

Lots of exciting prizes are on offer but the ultimate prize of a free Laser trade for a NEW LASER is a big attraction to participate as every race completed earns a raffle ticket with the draw taking place at the final presentation. However you can also get lots of extra value in the form of a $500 voucher if you purchase a new laser prior to May. NB are of course ALWAYS OPEN for trades, but these do not qualify for the voucher, but you get 20% of all apparel purchased with your new ship.

See what our 2014 NB Sailsports Laser Winter Series Winner had to say after winning a new boat

“This is the first time I have ever won anything and it feels brilliant! I couldn’t be happier! My boat was the oldest in the fleet, appropriately named, FLUKE!”
– Daryl Lawrence (DBSC)

NSW & ACT District Laser Association
Georges River 16ft Sailing Club
Double Bay Sailing Club
Middle Harbour Amateur Sailing Club
Avalon Sailing Club
Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron

 

Gelcoat now available

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Need to do some end of season maintenance on your Laser ?
You can now purchase a 500ml tin of Laser Grey gelcoat and have it delivered to your door.
Need advice ? Give us a call and we can run you through the steps for a professional looking repair.

BUY NOW

FREE VICTORIA BOAT DELIVERY

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PSA are on their way down to Victoria after the Easter weekend with new boats for some lucky customers.

We have room for a couple more so if you are thinking of upgrading or purchasing a new Laser, now is the time.

Free delivery to Victoria on any new or ex charter Laser purchased before the end March.

Contact us today for all details

2016 Victorian Laser Assn Open State titles at Somers YC wrap up….

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2016-03-13 13.56.26Somers YC is situated in a coastal bush setting on the shores of Western Port Bay in Victoria. Ample parking & rigging areas are surrounded by Ti-tree, Banksias & Manna gums. Koalas & other wild life are often sighted at the club. The clubhouse faces south to Bass Strait & in the distance the ocean swell can be seen breaking at ‘The Nobbies’ on the tip of Phillip Island. The sailing area is protected by a massive sand bank that runs along the shipping channel on the SE side of the bay. During registration on Saturday morning Laser sailors were greeted by a pod of local dolphins not more than 10 metres from shore feeding on the incoming tide. Continue reading

2016 Laser World Championships – Application Deadline approaching

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24 March 2016 is the application deadline for the following Laser World Championships:

  • 2016 Laser Radial Youth World Championships (Dun Laoghaire, Ireland)
  • 2016 Laser Radial Men’s World Championship (Dun Laoghaire, Ireland)
  • 2016 Laser 4.7 Youth World Championships (Kiel, Germany)
  • 2016 Laser Under-21 World Championships (Kiel, Germany)

To submit an application, go to the ILCA Laser World Championships website and select the regatta where you would like to compete – then choose “Application Form” from the event menu.

 

We hope to see you at a Laser World Championship this summer!

Champions confirmed in the end game, WA Laser State Titles

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Elise Ainsworth

Monday morning at 7.30 and the sun is pouring down on the bay. The smell of bacon and egg rolls had most of the volunteers flowing over to the canteen where the ladies were working hard to prepare the food. Just what was needed to get the juices going for what appears to be the end game for the number of tournaments that have evolved this weekend.
The easterly freshened up a little around 9am as the competitors made their way out onto the water and talking to GBYC past commodore Keith Stewart, he had a fair idea that it would start to track into the nor west and freshen further. Promptly at 9.30, the racing got underway with the standards being fired off first, followed by the radials both on the outer trapezoid while the 4.7’s took the inner course. Continue reading

The 2016 WA Laser State Championships

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The first day of the 2016 Laser State Championships at GBYC Busselton

Nearly 80 boats fronted on the line today at sunny Busselton off the beach at Geographe Bay Yacht Club. Two races were slated for today and after a false start caused by a change in the wind direction; racing began in earnest at 4 pm as a nor-wester settled in across the bay.
RO Robyn Olsen had the fleets away briskly and the first of the radial fleet began to spill around the top mark in quick time. The breeze was starting to swing to the left and by the end of the afternoon was almost due west with not a sign of the abrupt change that signifies the sou-wester booming past the capes.
Local knowledge has its pleasure and it was without surprise that the locals swung into the shore to pick up the breeze that was coming through on the left of the course. Listening to one of the younger full rig sailors today, he said that he hadn’t sailed down at Busselton for a while, but it didn’t take him long to catch the shore breeze and neither did everyone else.
The two races had everyone spilling into the shore as the sun was setting in the West over Cape Naturaliste and all we had was the time to grab a quick snag in a roll and then head off home for a shower and perhaps dinner with friends. Continue reading