23 Marieville Esp, Sandy Bay TAS 7005  03 6223 1977

Home of the National Pies Launceston to Hobart

An annual 285 nautical mile race down the east coast of Tasmania.

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The DSS is expanding

New berths now available in Tasmania's largest and most technically advanced marina.

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The Derwent comes alive at Twilight

Get involved in racing at the DSS.

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Welcome to the Restaurant and Bar

Come for something tasty and a refreshment at the best waterfront location in Hobart.

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WHAT'S ON @ THE DSS

WHAT'S ON @ THE DSS

There's always something happening at the DSS. Social events, sailing, training. Check out What's on.

What's on @ DSS

MARINA BERTHS

MARINA BERTHS

Our marina expansion is now complete making the DSS the proud owner of the largest and most advanced marina in Tasmania.

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DINING AND FUNCTIONS

DINING AND FUNCTIONS

Meals available Tuesday to Saturday Lunch and Wednesday to Friday dinner and post race. The venue is also available for functions.

Dining at the DSS

Recent Posts

Illusion”s bag of tricks in Long Race

Illusion”s bag of tricks in Long Race

On a day that favoured the lower rating (handicapped) yachts, David Brett’s Illusion,  on Saturday  outsailed the fleet in the Combined Clubs Long Race Series for Group A. The Hanse production yacht finished 18th across the line, third last, but first on corrected time won the AMS category of Group from Matt Denholm’s Mumm 30 […]

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Sheehan’s Saga of Sailing

Sheehan’s Saga of Sailing

  Veteran Bellerive Yacht Club stalwart Chris Sheehan today sailed his Young 88, Saga, to its fourth win out of five races to hold a comfortable pointscore lead in Division 2 of the Combined Clubs Harbour Series on the Derwent. The race was the final Harbour Series race before Christmas, with four races day post-Christmas. […]

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Tilt, Ramrod winners in Maria Island Race

Tilt, Ramrod winners in Maria Island Race

Ramrod, built down the Huon of timber and fibreglass almost 20 years ago,  yesterday was declared overall AMS winner of the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania’s 180 nautical mile TasPorts Maria Island Yacht Race. Hobart chartered accountant and RYCT member Tim Maddock bought the modified Scott Kaufman-designed 36-footer about a year ago after some five […]

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