0

News Archive

1 Nov 2017
Early bird entires for the Waikawa Boating Club’s New Year Regatta close soon. Read more
1 Nov 2017
Holders of Yachting New Zealand's member card receive a discount off Safety at Sea products and equipment. Read more
1 Nov 2017
Mahurangi College are hosting a year 7-10 regatta at Sandspit Yacht Club, which is a fun regatta and a good first travelling event for new sailors to the sport. Read more
Posted in: Auckland / Racing, Youth
1 Nov 2017
Yachting New Zealand are looking for a regional support officer (RSO) for the northern region including Auckland, the Coromandel, Waikato and the Bay of Plenty. Read more
1 Nov 2017
This December, be part of Coastguard Northern Region's first Christmas appeal - 'Tis the season to save lives at sea.  Read more
1 Nov 2017
Seb Menzies conquered the wild and windy Labour Weekend weather conditions to take out the North Island P-class championships being sailed off Maraetai Beach. Read more
Posted in: North Island / Racing, Youth
1 Nov 2017
The Volvo Yachting Excellence Awards are on later this month and some of the winners have already been announced. We'll be profiling them over the next few weeks. Read more
29 Oct 2017
New Zealand sailors walked away from the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta with four medals, including golds to Alex Maloney and Molly Meech in the 49erFX and Tom Saunders in the Laser. Read more
28 Oct 2017
Another typhoon is starting to gather momentum and so are Alex Maloney and Molly Meech at the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta in Japan. Read more
27 Oct 2017
One of the key factors behind the success of New Zealand’s sailors at last year’s Olympics was the amount of time they spent in Rio leading up to the Games and it’s an approach they plan to take again ahead of Tokyo 2020. Read more
27 Oct 2017
The first day of the Enoshima Olympic Week regatta was about backing yourself and hoping it came off and it did for a couple of New Zealand boats. Read more
26 Oct 2017
One is the oldest trophy in international sport and the other one of the oldest in New Zealand rugby and history was made when they came together under one roof at the New Plymouth Yacht Club recently. Read more
25 Oct 2017
For so long a New Zealand crew has been at the forefront of the 49er fleet but now a trio of combinations are trying to go some way to emulating what Peter Burling and Blair Tuke achieved over the last Olympic cycle. Read more
23 Oct 2017
Sam Meech won his first World Cup regatta in Gamagori and wants to be in a position where he’s fighting for the title on a regular basis. Read more
22 Oct 2017
Sam Meech is in pole position ahead of today's medal race in the Laser fleet at the World Cup regatta in Gamagori and has already done enough to at least guarantee silver. Read more
21 Oct 2017
It was moving day for the New Zealanders at the World Cup regatta in Gamagori yesterday, with two boats lying second and seven of the eight inside the top 10. Read more
19 Oct 2017
A typhoon might be descending on Japan early next week but the sailors at the World Cup regatta in Gamagori are having to contend with painfully light winds. Read more
19 Oct 2017
by Michael Brown
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. Read more
18 Oct 2017
Four New Zealand crews are among the top 10 after the first day of the new 2018 World Cup season in Gamagori, Japan, but the day was cut short for most due to a lack of wind. Read more
18 Oct 2017
by Gay Noyer
Two training regattas were held recently as the team sailing season kicks into gear. Read more

Pages