Leonard Takahashi continued his impressive form on the match racing circuit by taking out the CentrePort Wellington International Youth Match Racing Championships last weekend.
Entries are still open for the second 24-Hour Endurance Yacht Race 2018 on Wellington Harbour starting on March 3, when sailors will endeavour to cover as much distance as possible when the fleet departs at noon on the Saturday.
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!
The Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club has been the hub for water-based activities on Wellington Harbour for more than a century and continues to offer the chance for people to take to the water in the capital.
The new fleet of Elliott 6 Sport yachts for The Wellington Youth Sailing Trust were officially launched at the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club earlier this month.
In our regular feature on the regions, regional support officer Wayne Holdt provides a roundup of what's been going on in the central region.
As many as 26 of the more experienced young sailors from Wellington, New Plymouth and Picton attended a new spring Optimist coaching clinic held at the Worser Bay Boating Club over Labour weekend.
Josh Junior didn't see much of the America's Cup, having spent most of the time with his head down pedalling as hard as he could to provide oil for the thirsty Emirates Team New Zealand catamaran.
Sailability Wellington celebrated their 15th anniversary recently and have grown into the largest programme for sailors with disabilities in the country.