at Gosford Sailing Club
The SheSails group at Gosford Sailing Club (GSC) warmly invites you to the 2023 International Women’s Day Dinner, to be held at the Gosford Sailing Club on Thursday 2nd March 2023.
Everyone who supports women’s participation and leadership in sailing is welcomed to this special dinner, which will be addressed by two distinguished speakers. Two awards will be presented, one to recognise a leading women sailor at the Club and one to recognise a Club member who showed leadership at the Club in establishing the SheSails initiative at Gosford.
Two guest speakers will join this special dinner:
Liesl Tesch MP
Gold medal in sailing at 2016 Rio Paralympics
Gold medal in sailing at 2015 Melbourne IFDS
Gold medal in sailing at 2012 London Paralympics
Champion at 2012 Laser (4.7) Masters World Championship
Champion in IRC division at 2019 Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta
Glass of Champagne on arrival.
Alternate Drop Menu
Entree: Pan Fried King Prawns with butter, chilli & lemon or Szechuan Squid with chilli, shallots and lime mayo.
Main: Sirloin Steak, medium served with Chips, Salad & Gravy or Pan Fried Barramundi served with creamy mash, greens & lemon butter sauce
Cauliflower Steak (V)
Desserts available to purchase on the night.
Are you a female sailor at Gosford Sailing Club?
The Gosford Sailing Club Sailing Academy has a number of training and racing opportunities for female sailors looking to improve their skills, meet new people and enjoy their time out on the water.
During the month of May, Gosford held the first series of training sessions onboard Magic 25 Keelboats and hosted the 2022 Gosford SheSails Regatta. We hope to continue this event annually, providing more opportunity for female sailors to build experience and enjoy their time out on the water.
SheSails is designed to recognise all of the amazing female contributors to our sport, and to encourage women of all ages to enjoy sailing through organised activities at your local sailing club.
Whether you’re sailing for the first time, returning to the sport or are an active sailor there are a variety of social SheSails activities both on and off the water for you to get involved in.
SheSails aims to:
Promote and celebrate women and girls participation in the sport of sailing
Provide new and existing female sailors with the opportunity to enjoy activities at their local sailing club with like-minded people
Provide clubs with visual materials and case studies to help grow female participation in recreational and competitive sailing
Develop a platform to feature female-focused events and programs across the country