No other race in Australia consists of two fleets, an offshore and inshore fleet, both starting and finishing at the same place. The Surf to City Yacht Race is also one of a handful of races that see both monohull and multihull yachts compete against each other. Held in January, the Surf to City is now in its 24th year. In 2016, the Surf to City attracted over 110 of the most influential yachts in Queensland and northern New South Wales ranging in size from the mighty Black Jack to 7m trailer sailors. The Inshore Fleet is usually a day race. The course follows the main channel from Southport to Brisbane past all of the islands in the southern part of Moreton Bay. The Offshore Fleet is a day/night race. Starting off the Southport Seaway, the yachts head north around Cape Moreton to enter Moreton Bay and then to the finish. The race is organised and hosted by Queensland Cruising Yacht Club and run in association with Southport Yacht Club.
|Brisbane to Gladstone posters, stick up in your club, business or just your bedroom wall: https://t.co/EM9jToQz0g https://t.co/FuGv12uvaI — 3 days 14 hours ago|
|Images of the race now online and available to purchase: https://t.co/H30qoWJXsi — 5 days 15 hours ago|
|Write up on Sail-World: https://t.co/TPmEzW4E7q — 1 week 13 hours ago|
|Results are now available. Follow the link https://t.co/1xBYcgI3aI — 2 weeks 1 day ago|
|2/2 Jazz 10:24.51 (Previous retirement was incorrectly reported to us) Nemeau 12:48.20 Full results will be posted to the website shortly — 2 weeks 1 day ago|
|1/2 The final boats in the offshore fleet are now all finished Comes a Time 10:15.36 — 2 weeks 1 day ago|
|Painkiller OP finishes at 10:11.17 Comes a time finishes at 10:15.36 #surf2city — 2 weeks 1 day ago|