The NS14 is an Australian designed sailing dinghy, intended for competitive family sailing. It has a simple rig, is light enough to be lifted from a trailer into the water by 3 persons of average strength, requires only reasonable fitness to sail, and is affordable by the private sailor.
Accommodation options include: low cost bunk accommodation ($43 per night per person) or $68 per room per night twin accommodation (only 6 available and reserved for couples) has been organised by the ACT NS14 Association at the YMCA (see http://www.canberra.ymca...ation/Pages/default.aspx). You must notify Bill Kerrigan at email@example.com before 27th November 2015.
The YMCA Lodge is only 10 minute away from the yacht club and was a great success when the Nationals were last in Canberra in 2010.
Congratulations to Peter Vaiciurgis and Dimity Redmond for winning the 46th NS14 National Championships held at Teralba Sailing Club.
The 46th National Championships were held at Teralba Amateur Sailing Club on 28th December 2014 - 4th January 2015. Congratulations to Peter Vaiciurgis and Dimity Redmond for winning the 46th NS14 National Championships held at Teralba Sailing Club.
SCRATCH 1ST / NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
X - 2032 - PETER V & DIMITY REDMOND - POINTS 15
SCRATCH 2ND - DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
1998 - ROBERT FISH & CASSIE CAUSE - POINTS - 15.5
SCRATCH 3RD - TR6
2048 - MARK THORPE & EMMA RANKIN
Teralba Amateur Sailing Club was established in 1946 and is located at the northern end of Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia.
Teralba is conveniently situated on the main Sydney-Newcastle rail line and is 21 kilometres from the major city of Newcastle and is 107 kilometres from the capital city of Sydney. Lake Macquarie is Australia’s largest coastal saltwater lake and provides wonderful conditions for sailing and all water sports.
Teralba Amateur Sailing Club is an amateur club with great lake sailing and a family friendly atmosphere. Currently, the club is home to Vee Ess's, Vee Jay's, NS14's, Contenders, Impulses and Spirals.
A series of training videos have been produced featuring National Champions Peter Vaiciurgis, Tina Babbage, Hugh Tait and Tara McCall. Joined by MG National Champion Rohan Nosworthy they demonstrate both on and off the water, the many aspects of rigging, tuning and racing a NS14.