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Yachting New Zealand is the national body for sailing and boating in this country, with the principal aim of helping New Zealanders access, enjoy and succeed on the water for life.
Many of Yachting New Zealand’s affiliated Yacht Clubs offer three Dinghy Learn to Sail courses.
Children need to have a range of opportunities to explore and to grow in, to develop self-confidence, and to have experiences that will shape their independent make-up of the future.
Waterwise provides this through:
Legal Submissions on behalf of Yachting New Zealand Inc (Submitter 503) Topic 11: Use of Coastal Environment
Effective Date: IRC Rule changes apply from 1st January 2018, except in countries with June-May validity, where changes apply from 1st June 2018. See Rule 8.12
NOTE: There are many other paths that athletes and their clubs may prefer but cannot necessarily be the prime focus of our Olympic Development programme.
This application is for initial appointment for a club judge or national judge. Note: there is a separate form for renewal of these qualifications.
For clubs and classes wishing to hold an annual National Championship- to be submitted to Yachting New Zealand for approval to hold a national championship by June 30, including checklist of National event requirements.
The Volvo Sailing...Have a go! programme began in 2006 with one trailer, living the dream of Sir Peter Blake that all children should get the chance to go sailing.
Trust funding is a great source of funding to support your club, its programmes and projects.
Clubs need to be affiliated to their national body (YNZ) in order to get any funding over $300-$500.