Please contact the office if you need a DutyMan welcoming email or one re-sent.
2021/2022 Seasons roster is currently underway
To volunteer for your two duties for the current sailing season volunteer roster, please follow the below link.
Descriptions of duties
Launch and Retrieve
This requires you to use the NYC 4WD to launch the rescue boats at the beginning of the Day’s sailing and to retrieve them after the racing is completed.
This is a great duty for those that also want to sail each week. You need to be capable of reversing a trailer. You must read the detailed safety information required for the Launch and Retrieve of both boats. This information is also available in the boats and on the boats and is attached to the Fuel cage in the shed.
Detailed Launch and retrieve information
- Launch and retrieve check list for Support Boat 1
- Launch and Retrieval check list for Support Boat 2
Flags and Recording
You will be required to be on the start boat and pull flags for the start of each race. You will also need to assist in recording the results of the races.
Start Boat Skipper
You will be required to have an RST to drive the start boat and assist with the starting of the races.
Support Boat Skipper
You will be required to have an RST to drive the support boat and will be on the water during the racing to assist any boats that may get into difficulties.
Please make sure you read the guide below to be familiar with what is required.
Support Boat Crew
You do not need to have an RST and the job requires you to assist the Support Boat Skipper with providing assistance to boats that may get into difficulties.
The OOD or Officer of the day needs to be someone who has been trained for this role.
If being out on the water is not your thing you can also volunteer in the Club. Please enquire at the Office.
Galley helpers are also required between 10:30am and 12:30 for lunch and between 3:30 pm and 5:30 pm for the after sailing food service. You will be required to help make sandwiches and serve food and generally assist in the galley.
Don’t hesitate to ask if you are new and would like more information by getting in touch.