Cavalier 28 Association

Welcome to the new Web Site of the Cavalier 28 Association! We are keen to hear from you about what you would like to see on your web site. Whether you are a paid-up member or not, please consider this your home off the water! Of course we would love you to join us formally & support the Association through your membership.

Cavalcade Spring Edition

Our Editor in Chief has been busy with his keyboard again! Here's the latest edition of Cavalcade...

During the course of our last Cavalier 28 Association Committee meeting it occurred to me that I have been writing editions of Cavalcade since the year 2000 and possibly even before...[More]

2018/2019 Series

Quambi, Scuttlebutt, Blind Justice, Basilisk and Centaurus starting Race 6

Image: John Jeremy

8 Sept - Race 1 - RaceQs Replay

22 Sept - Race 2 - RaceQs Replay

6 Oct - Race 3 - Abandoned

20 Oct - Race 4 - RaceQs Replay

3 Nov - Race 5 - RaceQs Replay

17 Nov - Race 6 - RacQs Replay

("Quambi 2" near front of fleet is actually Basilisk!)

1 Dec - Race 7 - RaceQs Replay

15 Dec - Race 8 - RaceQs Replay

19 Jan - Race 9

2 Feb - Race 10

9 Feb - Race 11 - Note date change

2/3 Mar - Syd Hbr Regatta & State Champos

9 Mar - Race 12

23 Mar - Race 13

6 Apr - Race 14

Newly listed Cavalier 28 for sale - Details

RaceQs is the exciting way to review your races and improve your on the water performance. By logging your track and comparing it with other competitors you are able to see where you are doing well and what aspect you need to improve.

Are your competitors sailing closer to the wind and slower or a little more bow down & fast?

Are you keeping up down wind but need to get your changes done quicker or taking off from the mark but losing ground in the drag race to the down wind mark?

How is your tacking? Fast and furious? Or just furious?!!!

All becomes clear as you use this amazing tool to fine tune your performance.

See the RaceQs page for replays of last season, tips, examples and more.

Cavalcade Autumn Edition

The Autumn edition of our regular publication is now available - thanks again, Stephen.

The season was unusual in the sense that for the first half-dozen or so races we had almost invariably a wet, cold and windy Saturday. I think from memory we had sailed probably five or six races before we were able to use our 1 headsail...[more]