New Plymouth turned on a range of weather conditions for the NZIODA Optimist North Islands and Starling Travellers Series regatta last weekend.
Bob Davies is passionate about developing sailors from all backgrounds and ages within the Wanganui region.
Named as another Yachting New Zealand Service award winner for 2016, the Wanganui Yacht Club life member, treasurer and junior sailing coordinator is tireless in his efforts to support and promote activities at the club and in his community.
The treasurer extraordinaire at New Plymouth Yacht Club – Ann Hatch named to receive a Yachting New Zealand Service award.
The recent passing of New Plymouth yachting man Roy Holdt will leave a large gap for not only his family and friends, but also the wider yachting community.
The New Plymouth Yacht Club will host the 50th Hartley 16 Nationals Championships 14-16 January 2016 with a measurement day on January 13th.
The Hartley 16 fleet is still very strong with over 25 boats entered to race off the Taranaki coast
NSC Winter Sailing is underway.
Light winds on both days of the Bayley’s Real Estate Wanganui Regatta tested sailors competing in the regatta which doubled as the Western Districts Champs.
Hot weather and great winds greeted the 20 sailors involved in this year’s three day Optisail live in camp hosted by New Plymouth Yacht Club.
It’s that time of year again and we know of three up-coming Junior Sailing Camps planned in the central and lower North Island regions over the school holiday period.
These camps are aimed at learning, while having fun, in boats. Activities include a destination sail, night sail, relays, great food and great fun on and off the water.