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Josh Leeson

NEWCASTLE Cruising Yacht Club (NCYC) CEO Paul O'Rourke hopes to "anchor" down Clipper Round The World Race stopovers for coming years due to the economic and tourism benefits to the city.

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The "world's toughest ocean race" is stopping over in Newcastle this week during its 40,000 nautical mile circumnavigation of the globe.

The NCYC has been playing host to Clipper yachts for the first time since the early hours of New Year's Day when Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam - skippered by Brit Josh Strickland - sailed into Newcastle Harbour to win the seventh of 14 races.

The last of the 11 crews to complete the 2500-nautical mile leg from Fremantle - Argentina's Yacht Club Punta Del Este - passed Nobbys breakwall on Friday morning.

The Clipper Race has steadily grown in recognition since it launched in 1996. The 2017-18 race, the last completed without disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic, attracted 29,858 media articles and 17 million views on its website.

Mr O'Rourke said this type of exposure was priceless for both the NCYC and Newcastle.

The public are invited to tour two 70-foot Clipper yachts over the weekend. Picture by Peter Lorimer

"It's very big in America and Europe, so there's big audiences looking at Newcastle as a sailing destination and a coastal destination," Mr O'Rourke said.

"To me, it's the best advertisement before we open our international airport. It's reminding the world that we're a world-class destination."

On Saturday and Sunday the NCYC is throwing open its doors at Wickham to the general public. From 10am to 4pm there will be a visitor information tent, tours of two of the 70-foot Clipper yachts and try sailing clinics for children.

Newcastle is one of just three Australian stopovers in the Clipper race. The others are Fremantle and Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays.

"We've got a lot of natural advantages," Mr O'Rourke said of Newcastle being chosen to host the Clipper race.

"We've got a deep harbour that's accessible all the time. There's only a few on the east coast and Sydney is one of them, but it's too crowded for them, too hard and too expensive.

"Here they've got customs and quarantine, deep water and good transport connections."

Mr O'Rourke said the international crews had been enjoying Newcastle's hospitality scene and tourist spots this week such as the newly-renovated ocean baths.

"It's not something they see often in Europe - a 100-metre ocean swimming bath," he said.

Mr O'Rourke estimates that by the end of the stopover on Wednesday the 11 crews will have injected more than $1 million in the Newcastle economy through accommodation, hospitality and tourism.

"We're definitely hoping to anchor this now for every two years," he said. "The next race is 2025-26 and we're certainly hoping they'll come back here and then every two years thereafter."

The Clipper fleet sails out of Newcastle on Wednesday at 3pm.

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Josh Leeson is an entertainment and features journalist, specialising in music, at the Newcastle Herald. He first joined the masthead in 2008 after stints at the Namoi Valley Independent and Port Stephens Examiner and has previously covered sport including the Asian Cup, A-League, Surfest, cricket and rugby league.

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Published on December 18th, 2023 | by Editor

Most southerly route of the Clipper Race

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The 11 teams competing in the 2023-24 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race will begin Leg 4 of their circumnavigation on December 19 from Fremantle, Australia.

The fourth leg is divided into two stages, with the first part sending the fleet on a 2,500nm course around the south of Australia up to Newcastle, New South Wales. This race is set to be a real test with breezy conditions predicted.

“Because of the weather conditions from the beginning of this race, it’s looking to be quite a tough start,” noted Deputy Race Director Dale Smyth. “Traditionally here there are a lot of southerlies that blow, so it’s quite a hard beat right down until the fleet gets past Cape Leeuwin.

“Even then, it’s still a challenge trying to break through an area of high pressure until they get far south enough to start getting some westerlies. Once the teams are down in the south, they should get some good running conditions.

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“The fleet will be going to the most southerly point of the circumnavigation, as the teams round the bottom of Tasmania, and then across the infamous Tasman Sea, where they can expect the infamous ‘southerly busters.’ After this, there will be a very tactical sail up to Newcastle against the East Australia Current.”

While some people do the full circumnavigation, there are 72 new crew joining the Clipper Race for Leg 4, which will see the fleet sail into two iconic Aussie ports: Newcastle, NSW for the first half and then finish in Airlie Beach, Queensland. Among the crew are thirteen Australians who will be sailing around their home country.

The fleet has an arrival window of January 1 to 4 in Newcastle, Australia.

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About the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race: The Clipper Race was established in 1996 by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the first person to sail solo non-stop around the world in 1968-69. His aim was to allow anyone, regardless of previous sailing experience, the chance to embrace the thrill of ocean racing; it is the only event of its kind for amateur sailors.

Held biennially, the Clipper 2023-24 Round the World Yacht Race got underway September 3 for the fleet of eleven identical Tony Castro designed Clipper 70s. This 13th edition has 24 crew aboard each yacht, coming from 63 different nationalities (105 sailors from the USA) for the 40,000 mile circumnavigation of the world.

The course is divided into 8 legs and 14 individual races, with some of the crew in for the entire circumnavigation while others will do individual legs. The team having the best cumulative score over the entire course will win the Clipper Race Trophy.

2023-24 edition will take the following route:

Leg 1 Race 1. Portsmouth, UK – Puerto Sherry, Spain (1200nm) – 3 Sept Race Start, arrive 9 Sept Race 2. Puerto Sherry, Spain – Punta del Este, Uruguay (5300nm) – 15 Sept Race Start, arrive 12-16 Oct

Leg 2 Race 3. Punta Del Este, Uruguay – Cape Town, South Africa (3555 nm)- 22 Oct Race start, arrive 6-10 Nov

Leg 3 Race 4. Cape Town, South Africa – Fremantle, Australia (4750 nm) – 16 Nov Race Start, arrive 8-13 Dec

Leg 4 Race 5. Fremantle, Australia – Newcastle, Australia (2510nm) – Race Start 19 Dec, Arrival 1-4 Jan 2024 Race 6. Newcastle- Airlie Beach, Australia (985nm) – Race Start 10 Jan, Arrive 16-17 Jan

Leg 5 Race 7. Airlie Beach, Australia – Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam (4515nm) – Race Start 22 Jan, Arrive 16-21 Feb Race 8. Ha Long Bay– Zhuhai, China (645nm) – Race Start 27 Feb, Arrive 2-3 March

Leg 6 Race 9. Zhuhai, China – Qingdao, China (1370nm) – Race Start 9 March- Arrive 18-19 March Race 10. Qingdao- Seattle, USA (5580nm) – Race Start 25 March, Arrive 19-24 April

Leg 7 Race 11. Seattle, USA – Panama Canal (4200nm) – Race Start 2 May, Arrive Panama 27 May-1 Jun Race 12. Panama-Washington, DC, USA (1990nm) – Race Start 5 June, Arrive 17-19 June

Leg 8 Race 13. Washington, DC, USA – Oban, Scotland (3340nm) – Race Start 25 June, Arrive 12-16 July Race 14. Oban – Portsmouth, UK (815nm) – Race Start 21 July

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Clipper Around the World Race 2023-24 - Race Start Newcastle

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Eleven strong Clipper Race Fleet say farewell to City of Newcastle

Story by Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club

The 1pm gun from Newcastle’s Fort Scratchely was a fitting farewell signal to over 200 sailors on eleven identical yachts as they set off on their sprint to the Whitsundays in the second race of the Australian leg in the Clipper Around the World Race.

The Clipper Around the World Race is an eleven-month circumnavigation with non-professional sailors across 55 nationalities represented in the fleet.

Planning for the Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club and the City of Newcastle to host a stopover for the 2023-2024 Clipper Around the World Race was triggered by a phone call just eight months ago.

The award-winning Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club had previously expressed an interest with the event organisers in hosting a stopover, and then the clubs CEO, Paul O’Rourke, received a phone call that started a process cementing Newcastle’s status as an international sailing destination.

“The initial phone call showed that we had a lot of common ground with Clipper Ventures who organise the Round the World Race. A passion for sailing, a connection with community, and an understanding of what makes such an international event successful for everyone” O’Rourke said. “Our management team, staff, members, and a host of enthusiastic volunteers stepped up to not just co-ordinate the sailing and administration side, but tourist activities as well. Working with City of Newcastle we had the sailors going surfing, outrigger canoeing, swimming, on winery tours, and more.”

The Lord Mayor of Newcastle Nuatali Nelmes said that the city had provided the perfect backdrop for one of the world’s highest profile sailing events during the 10-day stopover of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, which injected almost half a million dollars into the local economy.

“Utilising our beautiful harbour, and with support from City of Newcastle and the hospitality of the Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club, we warmly welcomed more than 200 competitors from 55 countries across the globe to our shores following the arrival of the first vessel early on January 2,” Cr Nelmes said.

“Since then the race crews, support staff, their families and partners have enjoyed all our city has to offer, exploring the Wickham/Honeysuckle precinct, experiencing Newcastle’s restaurant and café culture and our wonderful local businesses. With almost 200,000 followers on social media, the race is yet another high-profile event helping to promote Newcastle to an international audience. We wish the fleet well as it heads to Airlie Beach for the next leg of the race and hope their experiences here will encourage them to return to our city in the future.”

The 950 nautical mile race from Newcastle to Airlie Beach in Queensland is more of a sprint than some of the legs in the circumnavigation and is expected to take six or seven days. Clipper Race Director Mark Light said that “this will be a fast and furious race with little chance to make up ground in the event of a poor tactical choice or sailing evolution that may not have gone completely to plan.”

Light was very pleased with the race start which required co-ordination with multiple organisations. “It really was a fantastic start in Newcastle Harbour. The start served up some beautiful conditions of an easterly breeze around 10 knots, making for close upwind racing on the start line, an exciting show for the crowds lining the foreshore, and spectating on the water.”

The first yacht to cross the line just off Newcastle’s Queens Wharf was  PSP Logistics  but unfortunately they had ‘jumped the gun’ and so incurred a two hour penalty.  UNICEF  was the first yacht with a clean start, closely followed by  Qingdao ,  Zhuhai  and  Our Isles and Oceans .

About the Clipper Round the World Race

The Clipper Race is one of the biggest challenges of the natural world and an endurance test like no other. With no previous sailing experience necessary, before signing up for the intensive training programme, it’s a record-breaking 40,000 nautical mile race around the world on a 70-foot ocean racing yacht.

The brainchild of Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the first person to sail solo non-stop around the world, the first Clipper Race took place in 1996. Since then, almost 6,000 Race Crew from all walks of life and more than 60 nations have trained and raced in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race; the only race in the world where the organisers supply a fleet of identical racing yachts (eleven), each with a fully qualified skipper and first mate to safely guide the crew.

www.clipperroundtheworld.com

About Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club

The Club was incorporated on the 19th of April, 1994, and since then, has grown to be a nationally recognised name in both sailing and sailing development. NCYC has gone through various phases of development, beginning with the completion of four marina arms, boatyard, and commercial centre. The second phase of development saw the completion of two more marina arms, and the completion of the Clubhouse in 2008. In 2021, the Club completed stage three, doubling the capacity of its Clubhouse.

As far as Australian yacht clubs go, NCYC’s history is relatively short, yet still boasts as one of the newest yacht clubs in Australia, and certainly the newest with significant club and marina assets.

www.ncyc.net.au

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2023-24 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race: Leg 4 from Fremantle to Newcastle, Australia

The 11 teams competing in the 2023-24 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race will embark on Leg 4 of their journey, starting from Fremantle, Australia. This leg will take them on a challenging 2,500nm course around the southern coast of Australia up to Newcastle, New South Wales, including tough weather conditions and the most southerly point of the entire circumnavigation.

The race's most southerly route presents a significant test for the teams, with unpredictable weather and tactical sailing, impacting their overall performance in the race.

  • Leg 4 spans a 2,500nm course around the southern coast of Australia
  • The fleet has an arrival window of January 1 to 4 in Newcastle, Australia
  • 72 new crew members are joining the Clipper Race for Leg 4
  • The 11 teams are preparing to commence Leg 4 from Fremantle, Australia
  • The race is expected to pose a tough start with challenging weather conditions and tactical sailing
  • Arrival window for the fleet in Newcastle, Australia is set from January 1 to 4

The teams will navigate the tough conditions and the most southerly point of the circumnavigation, sailing around the bottom of Tasmania and then across the Tasman Sea, before embarking on a tactical sail up to Newcastle against the East Australia Current.

The upcoming leg of the Clipper Race presents a challenging and pivotal point in the circumnavigation, testing the teams' skills and strategy in unpredictable weather conditions.

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    He first joined the masthead in 2008 after stints at the Namoi Valley Independent and Port Stephens Examiner and has previously covered sport including the Asian Cup, A-League, Surfest, cricket and rugby league. Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club hopes to anchor Clipper Round The World Race stopovers in Newcastle, benefiting the economy and tourism.

  10. A spotlight on Australia: Welcoming Newcastle, New South Wales, to the

    Making its debut on the Clipper 2023-24 Race, Newcastle, New South Wales will welcome the intrepid Clipper Race crew as it hosts the global sailing event for the first time. ... Fremantle to be first stop in trio of Australian Host Port stopovers The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race will be sailing into the Fremantle Sailing Club as part of ...

  11. PDF Clipper 2023-24 Race Section 3

    GENERAL INFORMATION. All times are local, Newcastle (UTC +11 hrs) unless otherwise stated. Tidal Information on Wednesday 10 January 2024 at: Newcastle HW 2055 1.31m. Race distance is approximately 950 nautical miles. The estimated finishing date is 16 - 17 January 2024. All bearings shown are relative to True North.

  12. Most southerly route of the Clipper Race >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

    Race 5. Fremantle, Australia - Newcastle, Australia (2510nm) - Race Start 19 Dec, Arrival 1-4 Jan 2024 Race 6. Newcastle- Airlie Beach, Australia (985nm) - Race Start 10 Jan, Arrive 16-17 ...

  13. Eleven strong Clipper Race Fleet say farewell to City of Newcastle

    11/01/2024. Story by Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club. The 1pm gun from Newcastle's Fort Scratchely was a fitting farewell signal to over 200 sailors on eleven identical yachts as they set off on their sprint to the Whitsundays in the second race of the Australian leg in the Clipper Around the World Race. The Clipper Around the World Race is an ...

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  15. 2023-24 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race: Leg 4 from Fremantle to

    The 11 teams competing in the 2023-24 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race will embark on Leg 4 of their journey, starting from Fremantle, Australia. This leg will take them on a challenging 2,500nm course around the southern coast of Australia up to Newcastle, New South Wales, including tough weather conditions and the most southerly point of ...

  16. Clipper Race Leg 4 Preview: Sailors preparing for Christmas at sea as

    Race 6, from Newcastle to Airlie Beach, started with the fire of a cannon Race 6, from Newcastle to Airlie Beach, started today, with the fire of a cannon off the city's Fort Scratchley. The 950nm sprint is one of the shortest stages in the 2023-24 edition and is the second race in Leg 4: Australian Coast-to-Coast. Posted on 10 Jan Clipper Race ...

  17. Tour a Clipper 70 Ocean Racing Yacht

    TOUR A CLIPPER 70 OCEAN RACING YACHT06 Jan 2024 - 07 Jan 2024 / 1000-1800. Having raced more than 17,300 nautical miles facing some of the toughest conditions on the planet, the fleet of eleven 70-foot yachts welcomes you, your friends, and your family to explore above and below deck and meet the Race Crew. The Clipper Race is a one-of-a-kind ...

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  20. Clipper Round the World Yacht Race: Discovery Talk

    ABOUT THE CLIPPER ROUND THE WORLD YACHT RACE. The Clipper Race is one of the biggest challenges of the natural world and an endurance test like no other. With no previous sailing experience necessary, this is a record breaking 40,000 nautical mile race around the world on a 70-foot ocean racing yacht.

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  23. Newcastle plans rockstar welcome for Clipper stopover

    Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club (NCYC) will be pulling out all the stops to ensure its 2023-24 Clipper Round the World stopover will be memorable for crews, supporters and spectators alike when the fleet arrives in early January. Australia gets three bites of the cherry with the endurance race, Fremantle and Airlie Beach also gaining hosting ...

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  25. Clipper Race set to make fourth return to the Whitsundays as part 2023

    Related Articles Two Chinese teams take top two podiums In seventh stage of Clipper Round the World Yacht Race It was a duo of Chinese teams, representing the cities of Qingdao and Zhuhai, who took first and second place in the latest stage of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. Posted on 22 Feb Fond farewell to Southern Hemisphere As Clipper Race fleet crosses the Equator A momentous ...

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