Find Club Manuals, annual reports and other governance documents.
Fiscal & Environmental Sustainability - As part of the fis
When using volunteers external to your own club membership to provide on water support at regattas, ensure they are well-equipped with all the necessary information regarding key contacts,
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:
Every two years, Yachting New Zealand runs a Conference for all Commodores of Yachting New Zealand affiliated Clubs.
Here you will find notes from previous conferences.
Committee members at clubs are often asked to review or create a policy or procedure for your club to ensure processes are current and relevant for your members.
The NCEA sailing unit standards have been approved by NZQA.
Use this guide as a template for delivering an information session to parents of children about to start a Yachting New Zealand Learn to Sail course at your club.
Sailing offers unique opportunities for those with disabilities. Unlike many other recreational pursuits, sailing can be one of the most accessible sports for people with disabilities. Anyone can enjoy the freedom of the open water.
Yachting New Zealand has regulations in place for National Championship events and other major regattas to ensure there is value in the title of “National Champion”.
2020 Yachting New Zealand Club Survey and Sport New Zealand Voice of the Participant Survey