A lack of boats available in the region has promopted the Waimakariri Sailing Club to host the first annual Canterbury Sailing Boat Swap Meet on August 26 (11am-5pm).
The Waimakariri Sailing & Power Boat Club is now the Waimakariri Sailing Club.
The Pleasant Point Yacht Club's dream of moving into a new facility after their last one was destroyed in the Canterbury earthquakes is closer to being realised.
Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th August- Christchurch Yacht Club
These seminars focus on the skills and practices of Judging and protest committees and include interactive exercises and mock protest hearings.
These seminars fulfil the requirements for those wishing to qualify/revalidate as National or Club Judge. For those who wish to take the test to gain Club/ National Judge status, there is an opportunity at the end of the seminar.
There is no cost to attend this seminar.
Topics covered during the course include:
Become a Race Coach at your local club. Maybe you are already a learn to sail coach and want to take sailors to the next level? Get along to the next course, spaces will fill up fast!
In our regular feature on the regions, regional support officer Ian Gardiner looks at what's been going on in the top half of the South Island.
Australians Cole Tapper and Tyler Creevy held on to claim the 420 national championships title at Naval Point Club Lyttelton last weekend.
Nearly 80 boats from all over Canterbury took part in a two-day regatta recently to celebrate the 90th anniversay of the Waimakariri Sailing and Power Boat Club.