International Dragon Class 2025 Australasian Championship

Prince Philip Cup And Ted Albert Memorial


Event Information

Enter this Event

Only International Dragon Class boats holding a valid measurement certificate shall compete.

All competitors shall be financial members of their State or National Dragon Association and shall conform to RRS 46 and RSS 75

Enter using the following link:


Event Documents

Notice of Race 

Regatta Sail and Mast Registration and Declaration of Compliance Form (RSMRDOC) Coming soon.

Sailing instructions will be published here on or before Registration.

Regatta Schedule

  • Friday 3rd January - Registration and Measurement, Welcome Function
  • Saturday 4th January - Registration and Measurement, Competitor Briefing and Ted Albert Race 1
  • Sunday 5th January - Ted Albert Races 2 & 3, Presentation Function
  • Monday 6th January - Prince Philip Cup Races 1 & 2
  • Tuesday 7th January - Prince Philip Cup Races 3 & 4
  • Wednesday 8th January - Lay Day
  • Thursday 9th January - Prince Philip Cup Races 5 & 6
  • Friday 10th January - Prince Philip Cup Races 7 & 8, Presentation Function

Official Notice Board

All notices to competitors including amendments to the Sailing instructions will be published here.

Entry List

All entries will appear here as boats enter the event.

Coach and Support Boat Registration

All coach and support boats shall register prior to or  during the registration period as specified in clause 8.1 and pay a support boat fee of $275 for the duration of the events. The fee includes berthing at RFBYC and entry to social events for one person.

Coach and Support Boat Registration link coming soon.

Volunteer Registration

We're calling out for Volunteer assistance! Your help will be appreciated by the organisers and the competitors alike.
We are looking for On-Water and Off-Water Volunteers, you will be fully supported and we are very happy to receive your assistance on any number of days of the regattas!

Volunteer Registration link coming soon.

Regatta Shirts

Regatta shirts are included for competitors in the entry fee and may be ordered during the online entry form process.

For convenience, a sizing chart is supplied below as a guide 


Visitor Information

Club Information


Fremantle is rich in high quality accommodation options, from 4/5 Stars through to comfortable AirBnB budget conscious options.

We suggest visitors conduct a “Google” review of the normal web sites for self-catering accommodation in areas such as Fremantle, South Fremantle and Cottesloe for example
In addition, the following sites specifically promoting accommodation in and around Fremantle are worth reviewing;

Things to do and See

Western Australia is a land of superlatives and extremes. If you only visit the east coast of Australia you’re missing out on some of the best landscapes, beaches, food and wine experiences our country has to offer – not to mention amazing sunsets

Occupying a third of the continent's total area, it's the largest of the Australian states with less than 10 percent of the country's total population. The state's capital, Perth and the neighbouring port town of Fremantle , exude a vibrant, sophisticated feel, with glitzy shops, galleries, and gourmet restaurants, but the beating hot heart of the vast desert and a wild and rugged coastline beckon just beyond. Endless stretches of white-sand beach, rugged red gorges, sweeping fields of wildflowers, and bizarre rock formations are just some of the stunning natural attractions to go with distinctive flora and fauna.

Don’t just come for the sailing, make it a once in a lifetime holiday to Western Australia. We suggest you do your own research as there is so much to see and do and we would suggest you look at the following websites;


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