Find Club Manuals, annual reports and other governance documents.
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.
Creating a coaching session that includes sailors of all levels and ability. So that everyone can practise and compete in the session with equal amount of coaching time and input.
In support of Yachting New Zealand's environmental sustainability strategy, the an
Good race management is good race management regardless of who is on the water. Sailing theory, rules, and tactics are the same for everyone, although physical parameters may be different when working with sailors that have a disability.
The meanings of visual and sound signals.
There are other options that can work outside what is shown on this poster, this is simply an outline of the pathways that work most regularly and efficiently.
Stuck for ideas on running training sessions? Want to make the Learn to Sail sessions more fun?
Yachting New Zealand Sailing Games book has 40 fun sailing games for improving skills and knowledge.
The YNZ Sponsorship Workbook is available to Clubs and Classes affiliated to Yachting New Zealand and to their members. For a copy please email email@example.com
For use by coaches when their sailors have a physical disability that prevents them from completing the full checklist in the books.
Hansa Class Recommended Yardsticks for Mixed Class Racing - for sailors wanting to compare Hansa Classes performance to other classes sailing against them at the same regatta.
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.
All Yachting New Zealand sailing qualifications are World Sailing Recognised, meaning they meet the standards set by the international body.
Clubs should nominate a person(s) to keep up to date with matters that may pose a risk to local club activities. This could be in and on the water or the land where the club runs from.
The Yachting New Zealand Ethical Guidelines are available as DLE printed brochures and are available for affiliated Clubs.