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6 Jul 2018
Many of the rules around antifouling paints changed in 2017, with many now illegal to import or manufacture in New Zealand. Read more
6 Jul 2018
Sailing is a liberating experiencing for many people who are blind or visually impaired but they can't do it without the help of sighted people and Blind Sailing New Zealand are looking for a handful of volunteers. Read more
5 Jul 2018
New Zealand will have a team of three sailors at October’s Youth Olympic Games in Argentina, following the selections of boardsailors Max van der Zalm and Veerle ten Have and kiteboarder Pia Gordon. Read more
5 Jul 2018
Yachting New Zealand are looking for a membership and sponsor coordinator who can enhance what clubs are doing while also supporting sponsorship opportunities for the national sporting organisation. Read more
5 Jul 2018
A New Zealand branch of established international organisation, Young Professionals in Yachting, has launched and is now inviting member applications. Read more
5 Jul 2018
The 64th annual general meeting of Yachting New Zealand will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018, at the Otago Yacht Club in Dunedin. Read more
29 Jun 2018
The New Zealand Women's Match Race Team have been invited to the next leg of the Women's International Match racing series after an impressive showing in Helsinki this week. Read more
27 Jun 2018
Yachting New Zealand are looking for a Women's Sailing Manager, a wide-ranging new role that will help cement this country's place at the forefront of the sport at all levels. Read more
27 Jun 2018
Entries for the upcoming 2018 SSANZ Two-Handed Triple Series are rolling in ahead of the first 60-mile race on July 7. Read more
27 Jun 2018
In today's world where clubs have to think outside the square, show diversity and community involvement to attract funders and community engagement, Queen Charlotte Yacht Club hosted the 2018 South Island masters rowing championships over Queens Birthday weekend. Read more
27 Jun 2018
Yachting New Zealand and Resene have entered into a colourful two-year partnership that will prove beneficial to clubs and their members, sailors, boat owners and the marine industry. Read more
27 Jun 2018
Dongfeng's win in the Volvo Ocean Race came down to a "calculated gamble" but one that paid huge dividends for the Chinese boat and a couple of Kiwis on board. Read more
26 Jun 2018
The Pleasant Point Yacht Club's dream of moving into a new facility after their last one was destroyed in the Canterbury earthquakes is closer to being realised. Read more
25 Jun 2018
by Michael Brown
The Paremata Boating Club aren't afraid to make changes and it has seen them grow but they've identified a need to focus on an area that used to be their strength. They are our Aon Club of the Month. Read more
25 Jun 2018
The New Zealand Women's Match Racing Team are looking to make their mark against some of the world's best. Read more
23 Jun 2018
Consistency has been hard to achieve for most in the challenging conditions at Kiel Week but a handful of New Zealand crews are in the hunt for medals, including Andy Maloney who leads the Finn. Read more
22 Jun 2018
Liv Mackay and Micah Wilkinson love a bit of breeze and they revelled in the challenging conditions on the second day of the Kiel Week regatta. Read more
22 Jun 2018
There are worse places to be than the Cook Islands during a New Zealand winter and especially an all-expenses-paid trip to help coach young sailors. Read more
21 Jun 2018
The New Zealand contingent made a strong start to Kiel Week, with five boats inside the top four after the first day or racing. Read more

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