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There are 108 affiliated clubs throughout New Zealand; each of our affiliated clubs are unique in what they offer to their membership from Taipa in the North to Bluff in the south. Find the right one for you here. 

  • This manual is for clubs affiliated to Yachting New Zealand to provide them with support, resources, ideas and guidance for running great clubs.
  • On this page you will find all the clubs in New Zealand affiliated to Yachting New Zealand, information on what they offer and how to get in touch.
  • There are eleven regional yachting associations in New Zealand, helping promote and grow the sport in their area.
  • Get in touch with one of the many class associations in New Zealand.
  • The RSO programme helps build the capability of clubs and regions across New Zealand.
  • We have introduced a member card and app to provide more value to Yachting New Zealand affiliated clubs and their members.
  • Yachting New Zealand is pleased to offer an increasing number of benefits for member clubs.
  • Aon New Zealand have developed a package of insurance policies specifically for sailing and boating clubs. Find out more here.
  • Find out how your club can become compliant with the maritime operators safety system (MOSS).
  • Yachting New Zealand’s learn-to-sail resources are available to purchase from the online shop – but only to authorised club purchasers.

  • Empowering women and girls in sailing: Our commitment

    In 2019, Yachting New Zealand launched the Women and Girls in Sailing strategy with the primary objective to cultivate and grow a vibrant and cohesive female sailing community.

  • Sailing is a sport that allows everybody, regardless of ability or disability, to take part on a level playing field. There are many opportunities to get on the water for recreation or competition in boats that can be adapted to suit anybody.

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