Club of the Month is not just about celebrating success stories but also recognising the hard work people put in to keep the sport going in their region - like those at the Bluff Yacht Club.
Kath Johnson hopes the arrival of the Volvo Sailing... Have a Go! trailer on Friday will spark enough interest in sailing for the sport to get off the ground on Stewart Island.
In our regular feature on the regions, Michael Brown looks at what's been going on in the southern region.
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.
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.
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.
Lake Te Anau's waters and skies were humming with two simultaneous events that made for spectacular viewing recently.
The Oyster Regatta is famous for being held at New Zealand's most southerly yacht club but also for the hospitality it offers.
Yachting New Zealand was saddened to learn of the passing of Leslie Rogerson, who last year received recognition at the Volvo Yachting New Zealand Excellence Awards.
The proposed Fiordland Marine Regional Pathway Plan would require all vessels, including cruise ships, to meet clean vessel standards in the hope of reducing the risk of marine pests establishing in Fiordland.