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.
Blind Sailing New Zealand and several ‘Sailability’ organisations maintain independence as non-profit organizations around New Zealand to reflect the specific demand for specialist sailing groups for people with all types of disability.
The information in this Media Assistance Pack is intended to help and guide you with gaining exposure and coverage through the media.
Many affiliated Keelboat clubs offer three levels of Keelboat learn to sail courses.
The courses are:
Risk Log and Action Plan is a reporting requirement for PCBU's under the HSWA 2016
The purpose of risk management is to apply a process to identify risks, set at an acceptable level for risk, and take steps to keep residual risk at the level.
Hansa Dinghies are designed with a hull form, ballasted centreboard, and other features which combine to give considerable stability.
Protest form - also for requests for redress and reopening
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.
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