The Clarks Beach Yacht Club is a family fun club situated on the southern shores of the Manukau Harbour twenty minutes drive from the Papakura motorway exit. The Club has excellent club buildings situated on a large end of road reserve. There are large areas for boat rigging and easy access to an all tide beach for launching. The surrounding waters provide interesting sailing conditions
Situated in popular Half Moon Bay Auckland, New Zealand, a marine suburb with a local population drawn to the area by the attractive water activities, the club is well placed to offer facilities for training and encouragement to young enthusiasts as well as experienced yachties and boaties.
If you are keen on water and boating activities, belonging to a club is an ideal way to get involved in events. You can also enjoy the pleasant environment, meet new people and entertain your friends in one of the best clubs in New Zealand.
Yachting New Zealand will again be at the Hutchwilco NZ Boat Show, 17 – 20 May at the ASB Showgrounds, Auckland.
A record number of entries for this Sunday’s Young 88 regatta, to be hosted by the Royal Akarana Yacht Club.
French Bay Yacht Club in Titirangi, Auckland is a great place for affordable, fun, social sailing for both adults and children.
The Sir Peter Blake MERC 2012 “Sea Around Us” Winter Lecture Series are about to begin again.
These extremely popular and informative lectures have been running now for 19 consecutive years. All proceeds from these lectures go towards the “Don and Mary St Clare Brown Fund for Disadvantaged Children.
Lectures run nearly every Friday night from June 8th – August 17th at 1930hrs
Adults are $6 or a season ticket is $40.
Two single day events. Saturday following Weymouth Sprint format (four for more heat races, winner takes all Mark-Foy final). Sunday 3 x 1 hour races.
For more information, contact Aaron Lowe
A well-sponsored w/end regatta aimed at the senior dinghy sailor. Usually Laser, Radial, Splash, 4.7 etc.
Contact David Lowe for more information
The concept of Sail Akarana is to provide fast sprint racing over a two day stand alone regatta with a great social evening on the Saturday night.
The first of the Sail Akarana weekends was conducted on the 29-30th of October 2011. There were over 30 entrants ranging in size from Optimists through to Flying 15s and A-Class cats.