JOIN US IN SYDNEY FOR CLIPPER ROUND THE WORLD YACHT RACE TRAINING, CORPORATE EVENTS AND ICONIC OFFSHORE RACES
The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race is the world’s longest ocean race, where amateur sailors from over 40 countries race all or part of a 40,000 nautical mile global circuit.
The Sydney base offers training to Clipper Race crew and also to non-race crew who want to learn to sail on a big boat. Clipper Ventures Australia also offers corporate sailing events tailored to clients’ needs which provide stimulating, hand on opportunities for building relationships, inspiring teams, and for raising leadership performances outside the average meeting room environment.
Clipper Ventures Australia also takes part in iconic local races such as the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race. Click here to find out more about corporate packages or participation in local races.
Perth International Boat Show
22 Sep 2017 - 24 Sep 2017
The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race are looking for adventurous sailors for the next edition of the race, yet no previous sailing experience is required.Come along to stands 11 & 12 and find out about the selection process, training, the race, the fleet, stopovers and most importantly the Race…See Full Details
Gold Coast Australia
Gold Coast Australia
The Australian Training Team
The training centre in Sydney allows Race Crew members from any part of the wold the option to complete three out of the four compulsory levels of Clipper Race training in Australia. The fourth level of training takes place in the UK after Crew Allocation.
The training team are always on hand to assist you with any questions regarding your training. There is also useful information available in the Race Crew Manual.
Important information about each of the Race Crew training levels can be viewed here.
“This is the only race that is open to non professional sailors and gives them the chance to conquer the Everest of the Seas, a circumnavigation of the globe. It’s no surprise that the Australians have risen to the challenge.”SIR ROBIN KNOX-JOHNSTON