Yachties and boaties can again enjoy the Waitematā Harbour after the rāhui, which prohibited sailing, swimming, fishing, paddling, diving and other recreational activities since late September was finally lifted this week.
Isaac McHardie and Will McKenzie have been denied a chance to strike gold by light winds on the final day of the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European championship in Vilamoura, with the pair instead finishing the regatta third overall.
Isaac McHardie and Will McKenzie are firmly in the medal hunt ahead of the final day of the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European championships in Vilamoura, following a mixed day five for the Kiwi skiff crew which included a race win and a battle from the
Their strong start to the competition has earned them a new nickname from locals, and Isaac McHardie and William McKenzie ensured that moniker was on everyone’s lips for the start of gold-fleet racing at the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European championsh
New Zealand sailors battled more light breeze and quality competition to move up their respective fleets at the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 European championships, with Isaac McHardie and William McKenzie holding on to their lead in the men’s skiff compet
The 2023 Aon Yachting Excellence Awards is only a few weeks away and the winners in four categories have already been announced. In the second of a three-part series, meet the winners of the youth performance awards, supported by Harken.
His rise to the podium at the 2023 ILCA under-21 world championship may seem like a sensational solo effort but Caleb Armit credits teamwork for one of the proudest moments of his young sailing career.
World No 7 Nick Egnot-Johnson and his Knots Racing crew of Chris Main, Zak Merton and Peter Soosalu secured the national match racing championship title after a thrilling final against Australia's Cole Tapper and his CYCA Youth Sailing Academy team.
The 2023 Yachting New Zealand annual general meeting signalled the start of an exciting new era for the organisation, with the adoption of a new constitution and some fresh faces (and one familiar face) joining the team.
A bypass solution aimed at reducing the overflow of raw wastewater into the Waitematā Harbour is finally operational - almost three weeks after the collapse of a sewerage pipe in central Auckland - but a rāhui across the harbour remains in place.