Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have today confirmed their intention to try to win another gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games as well as being part of Emirates Team New Zealand’s defence of the America’s Cup.
Quantum Racing took out the TP52 world championship crown in Cascais last weekend, with a handful of New Zealand sailors heavily involved.
The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron will celebrate an illustrious history spanning 150 years in 2021, which coincides perfectly with the hosting of the 36th America’s Cup regatta and a full year of on and off water events planned.
Yachting New Zealand support the Wynyard Hobson Application for the America’s Cup infrastructure and event and encourage clubs and individuals to do so as well.
A tornado that ripped through Cadiz last week, destroying a number of cars, boats and buildings, came close to blowing Andy Maloney and Josh Junior's European Finn campaign off track before it had even started.
It might be a long way from the Great Sound in Bermuda but the Lake Mahinapua Aquatic Club has seen a resurgence in sailing following this year's America's Cup and Emirates Team New Zealand's tour of the country.
It was a victory that captivated a nation, so it was little surprise when Emirates Team New Zealand were named Executive Travel Sailor of the Year at the annual Volvo Yachting Excellence Awards.
Andy Maloney took out the supreme award at the Harbour Sport Excellence Awards on Friday night but felt he was a small part of a big team who won yachting's biggest prize - the America's Cup.
One is the oldest trophy in international sport and the other one of the oldest in New Zealand rugby and history was made when they came together under one roof at the New Plymouth Yacht Club recently.
Sir Russell Coutts has big plans for the Manly Sailing Club. Yachting New Zealand's Michael Brown caught up with the five-time America's Cup winner.