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21 Feb 2017
The 2017 Interislander Optimist Challenge and the Port Marlborough Starling Championships had record numbers last weekend, so much so the open Optimist regatta is now the biggest event in the country behind the Optimist national championships. Read more
21 Feb 2017
If ever there was an example that sailing is a sport for life it was at last month's Paper Tiger class national championships in Picton when entrants from 16 years old to 75. Read more
20 Feb 2017
Malcolm Parker followed in Jimmy Spithill's footsteps, winning the Nespresso Youth International Match Racing Cup and taking the trophy back to the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club for the first time since Spithill's win in 1999. Read more
20 Feb 2017
The central region hosted a number of camps recently that allowed young sailors to improve their boat-handling skills. Read more
20 Feb 2017
by Michael Brown
John Cobb can see the savings every month, being one of about 9000 people who have signed up to Yachting New Zealand’s membership card and smartphone app to take advantage of the numerous benefits on offer. Read more
20 Feb 2017
Do you want to become a qualified teams racing umpire? Is your umpire qualification in need of re-validation? Read more
20 Feb 2017
Yachting New Zealand will be facilitating a range of seminars around the country over the winter months to improve and maintain the quality of judging, umpiring and race management, train up new people and ensure current race officials are kept educated and informed with what is an evolv Read more
17 Feb 2017
The quarter-finalists will be found today at the Nespresso Youth International Match Race Cup in Auckland. Read more
16 Feb 2017
The inaugural 24-Hour Endurance Yacht Race on Wellington Harbour is rapidly approaching, with a steady stream of expressions of interest from skippers keen to enter. Read more
16 Feb 2017
It's not every day you get to sail with Olympic silver medallists. (Photo: Sailing Energy / World Sailing) Read more
15 Feb 2017
by Michael Brown
Kiwi Conrad Colman has had an eventful Vendee Globe but is still in the race and only days away from finishing, writes Michael Brown. Read more
15 Feb 2017
The Marsden Cove Marina Route 66 on March 3 is Richmond Yacht Club’s ‘short’ coastal race – 66nm from Auckland to Marsden Cove, Whangarei. Read more
15 Feb 2017
Acclaimed yacht designer Ron Holland will be the special guest speaker at the latest edition of Seatalks at the Devonport Yacht Club on March 2. Read more
15 Feb 2017
Russ Evans won the 2017 Moth New Zealand Championship, the first time the trophy has been awarded since 2008. Read more
15 Feb 2017
Racing got underway today at the Nespresso Youth International Match Racing Regatta in Auckland.  Read more
10 Feb 2017
by Yachting New Zealand
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have won the Team of the Year Award at the 54th Halberg Awards, held at Vector Arena in Auckland last night.  Read more
9 Feb 2017
by Warren Jones International Youth Regatta
The 15th Warren Jones International Youth Regatta came to a conclusion in perfect sailing conditions late on Friday afternoon as the sun was setting on Perth Waters in front of the City of Perth skyline. Read more
8 Feb 2017
Golden Bay put on a spectacular day with blue skies, sunshine, and a beautiful sea breeze to welcome in members of the public to Pohara Boating Club as part of the 2017 Volvo Sailing and Boating Week.  Read more
6 Feb 2017
by Hana Hielkema
The tussle for medals came down to the wire at the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta as the inaugural event wrapped up in Auckland. Read more
5 Feb 2017
by Hana Hielkema
Transitioning from youth sailing classes to Olympic classes is a big focus for youngsters competing in the inaugural Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta hosted by Murrays Bay Sailing Club this weekend. Read more

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