The RS Feva is being used more and more by clubs as a transition boat for children moving into the youth classes and its popularity is expected to see more than 30 boats line up for next weekend's national championships at Torbay.
Chris Skinner became the first person to win back-to-back handicap honours in one of New Zealand's toughest races when he joined with co-skipper Shane Bellingham to win the SSANZ Round New Zealand Two Handed Race.
In the next instalment of a regular blog from a host of New Zealand sailors, Josh Armit writes about his transition from the youth classes to Olympic classes and the challenge of juggling that with school.
Today is International Women's Day and, to mark the occasion, four women, all born in 1994, tell their stories about the vastly different directions they took in their sailing. By Elise Beavis, Gen Saunders, Alison Kent and Gemma Jones.
World Sailing have reaffirmed their commitment to reducing sailing's environmental impact by indicating changes will be made to the way rule 55 is administered in the next version of the Racing Rules of Sailing.
Volvo Sailing... Have a Go! instructor Justin Hurst knew he was in a different part of the world when a couple of 2m bronze whaler sharks cruised past the group of youngsters he was teaching how to sail.
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