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News Archive

17 Apr 2018
by Robbs HIelkema
A big part of doing well in sailing, is our ability to fix broken parts with whats stashed in our lifejacket. Remember as a coach... Read more
17 Apr 2018
Geoff Woolley understands the New Zealand sailing landscape as both an elite competitor and coach which is one of the main reasons he's been appointed Yachting New Zealand talent development manager.  Read more
17 Apr 2018
by Michael Brown
The New Zealand Women's Match Racing Team will compete in the Helsinki leg of the Women's International Match Racing Series at the end of June. Read more
16 Apr 2018
Sailability Wellington have set up a Mariners Shed, a boaties version of the popular Menz Shed, which is unique in New Zealand and possibly in the world. Read more
16 Apr 2018
Malcolm Dickson didn't mind being beaten into second in the Solo Trans-Tasman Yacht Challenge, especially as he played such a large role in helping the winner. Read more
16 Apr 2018
Expectations are high at least 20 boats will compete in next year's women's national keelboat championships which would be comparable in size to fleets seen in the heyday of the late 1980 and early 1990s. Read more
16 Apr 2018
The Evans Bay Yacht and Motor Boat Club will celebrate their cetennial next summer with a raft of top regattas, including three national championships. Read more
16 Apr 2018
Last year's PIC Coastal Classic saw one of the closest finishes for some time but this year organisers are hoping to attract one of the biggest fleets. Read more
16 Apr 2018
by Robbs Hielkema
This is an interesting article and it shows how important it is for us as coaches to get hold of the class rules understand them. Read more
Posted in: National / Club Content, Racing
11 Apr 2018
The summer sailing season is coming to an end but it doesn't mean the sport shuts down, because there are winter regattas and series on offer from junior classes through to the bigger boats, as well as cruisers seeking out the warm weather. Read more
8 Apr 2018
New Zealand sailors made a successful start to the European season, winning three medals at the Princess Sofia regatta in Palma, the third-most of any nation at the event. Read more
7 Apr 2018
Sam Meech has guaranteed himself a medal at the Princess Sofia regatta in Palma and three other New Zealand boats will be fighting for a podium finish on the final day of the event tonight (NZ time). Read more
6 Apr 2018
Sam Meech lost some ground at the Princess Sofia regatta in Palma overnight (NZ time) but he's still in gold-medal contention heading into the business end of the event. Read more
5 Apr 2018
The wind made its presence felt in Palma and so did a handful of New Zealand sailors as they made their move on the third day of the Princess Sofia regatta. Read more
4 Apr 2018
New Zealand's top sailors are well placed at the Princess Sofia regatta in Palma, including three in the top 10 in the highly-competitive Laser fleet. Read more
4 Apr 2018
Raynor Haagh is the new regional support officer for the southern area of the northern region. Read more
4 Apr 2018
Get your entries in for the 41st annual Panmure Lagoon Sailing Club RSA Regatta on April 22. Read more
4 Apr 2018
Australia's Fletcher Walters can consider himself the best Optimist sailor in Australasia after adding the New Zealand title to the Australian one he claimed earlier in the year. Read more
Posted in: National / Racing, Youth
3 Apr 2018
The name Meech was prominent after a tricky first day at the Princess Sofia Regatta in Palma overnight (NZ time). Read more
1 Apr 2018
Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox are rarities in New Zealand Olympic class sailing. Read more

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