From the Tattersall Cup for the overall winner on IRC rating corrected time, to the John H Illingworth Challenge Cup for the line honours boat and the Alan Payne Memorial Trophy for the designer of the winning yacht, there is plenty of silverware to which competitors in the Rolex Sydney Hobart aspire.
- Prizegiving ceremony Rolex timepieces
- Tattersall Cup - the trophy for a Rolex Sydney Hobart overall win
The major trophies include:
The George Adams Tattersall Cup - for the overall winner on IRC rating corrected time
Bill Owen Memorial Trophy - for the navigator of the overall winner on IRC rating corrected time
Alan Payne Memorial Trophy - for the designer of the overall winner on IRC rating corrected time
John H Illingworth Challenge Cup - for the line honours boat
Jack Rooklyn Memorial Trophy - for the first yacht out of Sydney Heads
F & J Livingstone Trophy - for the first yacht due south of Tasman Island
Charleston Trophy - for the winner of the ORCi rating category
RANSA Trophy - for the winner of the PHS Handicap Category
York Family Trophy - for the winner of the Corinthian Division
Jane Tate Memorial Trophy - for the first female skipper over the line
Apollo Trophy - for the first yacht under 18.5 metres to finish
Plum Crazy Trophy - for the first yacht under 9.5 metres to finish
City of Hobart Trophy - for the Navigator of the first Tasmanian yacht on handicap
Polish Trophy - for the yacht that travels the furthest to compete in the race
Adrienne Cahalan Trophy - for female sailors who have competed in 20 Sydney Hobart Yacht Races.
Ichi Ban Trophy - recognises all conventionally ballasted and open race record holders since the race began in 1945 and is awarded each year a race record is broken.
Southern Cross Cup - Teams event
- Teams shall comprise of three boats representing a Country, State or Yacht Club.
- All three boats shall be entered in the IRC category of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 2019.
- One boat must have a TCC less than 1.300
- To represent a country the owners of the three boats must be permanent residents of that Country.
- To represent a State the owners of the three boats must be permanent residents in that State.
- To represent a Yacht Club the owners must be members of that Yacht Club.
The team with the lowest aggregate of each boat's race score (with only Southern Cross Cup boats included) in the overall IRC category shall be the winner of the Southern Cross Cup.
The low point system will be used.