Sirius is back in her berth, B 64, at the
A new Elco electric motor and batteries
are being installed.
Check out the 1 : 15th scale model of Sirius
with her new sails (1935 rig)
Our current position can be seen on the internet, when within range. Click on: AIS
History of Sirius
In 1932 the celebrated Australian yachtsman, Harold Nossiter, won the Lipton Cup, one of Australia’s …
Builder J. Hayes & Sons, Careening Cove, Sydney, Engine Elco EP 100 …
Length 62 feet
Beam 13.5 feet
Draft 7.5 feet
Designer J.D. Thistlethwaite
Construction Carvel. Australian
Jarrah & New Zealand Kauri
Builder J. Hayes & Sons
Careening Cove, Sydney
Engine Elco EP 100
3 Blade prop
Genset Polar 20 KVA
Watermaker 24 Volt
Tender Dive Compressor
Dive Tanks & Diving Equipment
By “Builder: J.D Hayes”
ELCO EP100 : Visualiser le site
History of Sirius
In 1932 the celebrated Australian yachtsman, Harold Nossiter,
won the Lipton Cup, one of Australia’s most coveted yachting trophies.
Nossiter was planning retirement from his Sydney-based importing business
in order to circumnavigate the world by yacht. His own yacht, Utiekah II,
was a good sea boat but had little forefoot and would not heave-to,
so she was condemned for the purpose.
For this he felt he required a custom designed boat of advanced concept for the time.
He took his ideas to J.D.Thistlethwaite, a naval architect in Greenwich N.S.W.
who converted them to paper and completed the design in 1933.
An historic day for Sirius 1935 as she hits 9 knots for the first time without the spinnaker in the 2007 Phuket King’s Cup Regatta.
Sirius 1935 doing 9.6 knots with a double reef in the main during the last race of the Phuket King’s Cup in December 2009. Captain Simon Morris. Photographer Mick Cotter.
Model with tri sail and storm Jib
First outing at the model boat club lake 18 Dec 2016
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