Sydney SailGP

Welcome To Sydney SailGP

SailGP Season 2 returns to Sydney February 28 & 29, 2020. National pride will be on the line as world class teams take part in dramatic, adrenaline-filled racing on the iconic Sydney Harbour.

National teams from Denmark, France, Great Britain, Japan, Spain and the United States will take on reigning champions Australia and go head to head over a series of thrilling high speed short-format races.

  • Racing on Friday 28 February will take place from 3:30pm-5:00pm
  • Racing on Saturday 29 February will take place from 4:30pm-6:00pm
  • Three races are scheduled per day
  • An event exclusion zone will be in place on Sydney Harbour one hour before racing
  • Race courses will be set daily according to wind direction. Marked navigation channels will be positioned around headlands adjacent to the race course where no stopping or drifting will be allowed
  • The outline race course map can be found above. On race days, anticipated courses and exclusion zone for that day will be provided below.
  • On-water live commentary will be available via Marine VHF Channel 20
  • Further information from Transport NSW Maritime is available here
  • Official training day is scheduled for Thursday 27 February
  • You can also watch the racing live on Fox Sports 507 & Kayo Sports: Friday 28 February 3.30-5.00pm AEDT and Saturday 29 February 4.30-6.00pm AEDT

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Saturday February 29 2020 - Race Day 2

NSW Maritime will be enforcing an exclusion zone from 15:00 - 18:00.

Racing takes place 16:30 - 18:00. Map showing expected position of today's exclusion zone below.

  • Exclusion zones will be marked by a series of NSW Maritime yellow aquamarks and SailGP orange inflatable marks.
  • Marked navigation channels will be positioned around Bradleys Head, Chowder Head, Georges Head, Steele Point, Point Piper and possibly Cremorne Point, where no stopping or drifting will be allowed. These channels enable ferries and other vessels to move around the race course perimeter. Please note there will be a six knot limit and no wash restriction in place.
  • Once you have found your preferred position on the exclusion zone perimeter, you are encouraged to remain in one place.

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