In our regular feature on the regions, Michael Brown looks at what's been going on in the southern region.
Sir Russell Coutts heads an all-star coaching lineup at the Windshift camp in Wanaka in early January, when a number of youngsters will explore the many sailing pathways open to them in the modern sailing world.
In our regular feature on the regions, regional support officer Graeme Wall provides a roundup of what's been going on in the deep south.
Eight teams attended the regional match racing programme over the July school holidays hosted by the Wellington Youth Scheme and sailed in their Elliott 6s.
The Port Chalmers Yacht Club, who celebrated their 125th anniversary in February, run a very successful winter series which has helped boost their membership.
There's plenty going on in the regions in winter, even if the thermometer has dropped a bit. Here's an update from the Deep South.
Five Otago sailors being coached by America's Cup boss Sir Russell Coutts are preparing to head to international regattas, writes the Otago Daily Times.
The Wellington Youth Scheme at Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club will again host eight regional youth teams during the July school holidays.
Clubs are invited to send up to two representatives to next month's South Island regional meeting in Christchurch, which will be a great opportunity to network with other clubs in the South Island and exchange ideas and solutions.