Georgia Racing


Sydney yields moderate results

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Georgia races in Sydney (c) Daniel Forster and RolexAfter her second placing overall in IRC Grand Prix at Hamilton Island in August in what must be the highest standard IRC fleet in the world, GEORGIA was expected to perform with equal distinction in the Sydney Rolex Trophy Regatta just completed.  However, it was not to be – she placed 6th, though there was only 1 point separating 3rd to 6th places. Read more

Rolex Trophy Rating Series, Sydney

Friday, December 17, 2010
Georgia heads out for first race of Rolex Trophy - left to right, Rhonda McCrea, Emma Hendy, Jackie Hendy Read more

Progress report on delivery of Georgia from Airlie Beach to Sydney for Rolex Regatta

Thursday, December 09, 2010
Georgia Racing delivery crew answer to Loki boy captured by Cougars at Hamilton Island Read more

Georgia Racing wins prestigious KORC Trophy for second time

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

(from left to right) Jan Dawson (presenting trophy on behalf of Yachting New Zealand) and crew members Emma Hendy, Rhonda McCrea, Jackie Hendy, George Hendy and Stu Bannatyne At the annual yachting awards dinner and prizegiving at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron on Friday 28 November 2010, the KORC Trophy, which goes to the winner of the National IRC Championships was awarded for the second time to Georgia Racing.  The 52 foot Botin and Carkeek yacht GEORGIA won the Nationals in February in a very windy Wellington regatta.  The Trophy and the Championship had previously been won by GEORGIA ONE, the Farr 43, in 2007.  With GEORGIA staying in Australia for the next 12 months after competing at Hamilton Island in August, GEORGIA ONE will carry the Georgia Racing banner into the 2011 Nationals at the Bay of Islands Race Week in January. Read more