The New Zealand Women's Match Race Team have been invited to the next leg of the Women's International Match racing series after an impressive showing in Helsinki this week.
Stu Bannatyne made history recently with his fourth win making him the most successful sailor in Volvo Ocean Race history.
Dongfeng's win in the Volvo Ocean Race came down to a "calculated gamble" but one that paid huge dividends for the Chinese boat and a couple of Kiwis on board.
Yachting New Zealand and Resene have entered into a colourful two-year partnership that will prove beneficial to clubs and their members, sailors, boat owners and the marine industry.
Yachting New Zealand will be running judging seminars throughout the winter to continue to train and upskill judges in order to maintain high standards of racing and race officiating for our sailors.
Entries for the upcoming 2018 SSANZ Two-Handed Triple Series are rolling in ahead of the first 60-mile race on July 7.
The New Zealand Women's Match Racing Team are looking to make their mark against some of the world's best.
New Zealand collected two gold medals at Kiel Week, with Josh Junior winning the Finn and Alex Maloney and Molly Meech taking out the 49erFX.
Consistency has been hard to achieve for most in the challenging conditions at Kiel Week but a handful of New Zealand crews are in the hunt for medals, including Andy Maloney who leads the Finn.
Liv Mackay and Micah Wilkinson love a bit of breeze and they revelled in the challenging conditions on the second day of the Kiel Week regatta.