A grandmother with her daughters and grand daughter were among nearly 30 women who participated in the inaugural Bay of Islands WOW (Women on Water) weekend recently.
Yachting New Zealand have a role in advocacy, looking out for the interests of yacht clubs and their members as well as the wider sailing and boating community.
Become a Learn to Sail coach at your local club. Maybe you are already coaching and want some more ideas? Get along to the next course, spaces will fill up fast!
We are a small, friendly club based at the Tutukaka Marina. We have a small number of optimists, along with some Topaz boats, and a number of other boats we are working on to have available. We will be offering a Learn to Sail programme for kids and possibly adults also.
Tall stories will be just as important as the racing when the Russell Boating Club host their 44th annual tall ships regatta next January.
Women don't always get the chance to take the helm or make decisions on a boat so a Women on Water weekend aims to help change that.
Registrations are open for April's teams sailing umpire seminar.
Participants from the Opua, Kerikeri and Whangarei Cruising Clubs ensured a full house for Northland's successful keelboat coach course held in Opua recently.
There was no stopping Ammonite, with the first-time entry claiming the prestigious Millennium Cup for 2018.