Masters

Tasar World Masters Champions
The Master's Trophy is awarded to the highest placing crew in a World Championship with a combined age of 80 years or more.
1985 Woollahra Sailing Club, Sydney, Australia Warwick and Christine Wood, Australia
1986 Queen Mary SC, London, England Wilfred and Ulrike Wagner, England
1988 Keppel Bay Sailing Club, Yeppoon, Australia David Higgins and Neil Dwyer, Australia
1989 Jericho Sailing Centre, Vancouver, Canada Richard and Helen Spencer, Canada
1991 Largs Bay Sailing Club, Adelaide, Australia David and Phillip Wise, Australia
1992 De La Mancha Yacht Club, Hayama, Japan Ozaki and Tendo, Japan
1994 Brixham Yacht Club, Torbay, England H. Tayama and K. Nishida, Japan
1996 Seattle Yacht Club, Cascade Locks, OR, USA Martin White and Joan Clark, Australia
1998 Sandringham Yacht Club, Melbourne, Australia Alistair Murray & Michael Paynter, Australia
1999 Mikkabi Youth Centre, Hamana-Ko, Japan Minoru Minoura and Tsuyoshi Hachisuka, Japan
2001 Whitsable Yacht Club, Whitstable, England Carol and Carl Buchan, WA, USA
2003 Canadian Forces Sailing Association, Victoria, BC, Canada Jonathan McKee and Libby Johnson-McKee, WA, USA
2005 Darwin Sailing Club, Darwin, NT Australia Ikuyu and Noriko Tanaka, Japan
2007 Cape Panwa Hotel, Phuket, Thailand Jonathan McKee and Libby Johnson-McKee, WA, USA
2009 Wakayama Sailing Center, Wakayama, Japan Craig McPhee and Phillippa Arevalo, SA, Australia
2011 Royal Torbay Yacht Club, Torquay, England Malcolm and Fiona Davies, England
2013 Columbia Gorge Racing Association, Cascade Locks, OR, USA Rob and Nicole Douglass, NSW, Australia

2015 Geographe Bay Yacht Club, Busselton, WA, Australia, AUS Chris Dance and Peter Hackett, VIC, AUS

2017 Toyota Industries Kaiyoh Yacht Harbour, Gamagori, Japan Rob and Nicole Douglass, NSW, Australia