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.
2020 National Champions Oliver and Monty Lang in NS2070 Midnight Hour.
Our thanks to Yachting ACT and Barracouta Sails for their support of the regatta.
Sail-world article herehttps://www.sail-world.com/news/225515/2020-NS14-Nationals-at-Canberra?source=email
Results here https://canberrayc.com/results/2019-2020/NS14/series.htm.
Family – Jonathon Harris and his family for travelling all the way from England and then Adelaide in Dare Devil
Jack and Jill – Sienna Clarke and Chris Calwell in Aero 14
Heavyweight – Max Edmunds and Barrie McIndoe in Walk on the wild side
Veteran – Rose Boyce and Mike Tate in Shine
Classic - Jasmine Harris and Uluka Bayne in Cicarda6
Handicap – 3rd Jasmine Harris and Uluka Bayne in Cicarda6
2nd Magnus McIndoe and Ruby Edmunds in Fast Asleep
1st Olivia Shields and Hugh Tate in Carbon Neutral
Junior champions. Special mention to Bob Couch for his donation of 2 trophies
2nd Jasmine Harris and Uluka Bayne in Cicarda6
1st Magnus McIndoe and Ruby Edmunds in Fast Asleep
Female champion - Ruby Edmunds and Magnus McIndoe in Fast Asleep
National champions – 3rd Clare and Brett Ellis in Gun Barrel Highway
2nd Jada and Brad Clarke in Paddy Wack
2020 Champions Oliver and Monty Lang in Midnight Hour
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.