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2022/23 NSW State Titles

The 2022/23 sailing season is underway, and the Northern NSW Sabot Association is coordinating the NSW Sabot State Titles this season.

The NSW State Titles are held over two weekends during the season, and this year the two rounds are scheduled as follows:

 Round 1 – 5-6 November 2022                                                       Teralba Amateur Sailing Club

 Round 2 – 11-12 February 2023                                                      Vaucluse Amateur 12ft Sailing Skiff Club

ENTRIES NOW OPEN…  – https://www.trybooking.com/CCEYP

Notice of Race – http://sabot.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/2022_23-Sabot-NSW-State-Championship_NoR-1.pdf

We can’t wait to see you all there!



Scott Day

Northern NSW Zone Sabot Sailing Association – Secretary

0414 689 091

Email: scottd@torqueprojects.com




President – Mark Greenwood 0418 937 229

Secretary – Scott Day 0414 689 091

Sabot Race Results

Regular racing events help develop the Sabot community and establish a focus for skills development. We are proud of the achievements of our young racers. See below for a direct link to all of our national and regional results.

About The Australian National Sabot Council

The ANSC is a non-profit organization made up of volunteers from its operating regions. Access our constitution, read about the history of sabots and reach committee members.


Sabot Registration Information

Have you recently purchased a sabot? Make sure you follow the correct registration procedures.  You can access the necessary forms and information about boat registration here.

Serious Social Fun

Sabots are an excellent dinghy for all kids to learn to sail and continue to the highest level of racing. Many sailing clubs offer learn to sail programs in Sabots. Many kids that have learnt to sail in a Sabot have gone on to become Olympic Champions. The Sabot is an ideal training boat typically with kids starting as early as 6/7 years old as a crew, with an older skipper, sailing 2 up in the Sabot. This is social and develops important team work skills and importantly younger kids have a companion to share their experiences. In the early days, it is proven that sailing 2 up has the best results for learning to sail.


“80% of what I learnt in sailing was in a Sabot.”

– Mark Turnbull
2000 Sydney Olympic Medalist