"While we are out having a fun and exciting time, it's nice to know that the team from Jones Lang LaSalle are contributing to such a worthy cause as the Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick. We wouldn't miss it!"

Guy Glenny

"Since 2002, RLC Motion Pictures has continued to be a proud participant in the Rotary Charity Regatta. Our staff and clients have enjoyed many years of fun, food and sailing. We highly recommend the Regatta as not only a great annual event but a truly great charity event. Sydney Children's Hospital Randwick and SOLAS (Saving Our Lives At Sea Trust) are worthy beneficiaries of the great work of the Rotary Club of Sydney Cove who organise the day which we proudly support."

Russell Cunningham - Producer, RLC Motion Picture Entertainment



"McWilliams Wines has been a supporter of this fabulous event since the early years. Being out on the Harbour in a yacht race is a real buzz for our guests, something surprisingly few people ever get to do and so completely different from the usual client entertainment options. The feedback from our guests is always so positive. At the same time, we are helping to raise much-needed funds for the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and other worthy causes. We thoroughly recommend the Regatta to all prospective sponsors."


Jeff McWilliam - Chief Executive Officer, McWilliams Wines


"The Rotary Charity Regatta has become very much a part of our end of year activities for Sydney based clients. An afternoon of yacht racing on Sydney Harbour is a new experience for many of our guests, the feedback is excellent." 


We are very much looking forward to this year’s event on Friday 20 November.


Jim Gallagher - Managing Director, Aluminium Industries Australia Melbourne


Here is a note from a first timer of the Regatta on the Do's and Don'ts.
Don’t wash, blow dry and straighten your hair the night before!  Wear your hair back in a pony-tail or bun to avoid whip lashing someone else in the face. Don’t wear rings. Don’t keep your phone in your pocket, instead put it down your jeans and in your underwear for extra security! If you use it to take a picture hold it firmly with both hands. Don’t wear white jeans. Or for that matter any pretty, nice or good quality clothes - you will get wet! Your bum will get very wet! If you wear a cap make sure it’s on tight or tie it with a string to your clothes otherwise it will end up in the water  Do: Wear joggers or go bare foot. Wear gym clothes - quick, drying fabric. Bring a wind jacket, with a hoodie - this is a must ! Especially when it’s windy. Wear sunnies - much easier to see with the glare and water spray. Take gloves, it’s much easier to hold on to wet surfaces. Do embrace every thrilling, close calls and unexpected moments such as jolts.
- anonymous