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Opua Cruising Club

Located in the beautiful Bay of Islands, Opua Cruising Club is a fun and family-friendly yacht club where all are welcome. Come and join in with regular races and social evenings, or just pop in to the Opua Cruising Club bar and bistro for delicious food and drinks at great prices.

 

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Onerahi Yacht Club

Onerahi Yacht Club was established in 1952 to promote yacht racing in Whangarei. In the early days the Club was predominantly focussed around centreboard fleet racing off the beach coordinated from a hut on the foreshore, with an assortment of classes initally although activities soon grew around the P and R classes. Participants also included Idle-alongs, Cherubs, Cherokees, Ok's and the like. The keeler fleet also quite quickly established into a worthwhile fleet with some adventurous souls in its midst.

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Marsden Yacht & Boat Club Inc

Marsden Yacht Club was founded in 1974. It originally sailed at Marsden Point. The club grew, and Whangarei District Council land was secured by lease and the Clubrooms at One Tree Point were opened in 1992. The clubrooms were predominantly built with voluntary labour provided by Club members. The change to the current name came in 1994, to give power boat owners in the area a club focus.

 

 

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Kerikeri Cruising Club

The Kerikeri Cruising Club and Marina are located at the entrance to the Kerikeri Inlet on the doorstep of the Bay of Islands. The Club was founded in 1935 and first met in the historic Stone Store.

These days the Club has a permanent home in Doves Bay with its own Clubhouse and marina, but the spirit of the original Club remains. The Club aims to encourage safe boating and the boating endeavours of its members.

 

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