A windsurfing Open Day held recently at Rotorua Yacht Club proved a huge success with local kids welcomed along to the yacht club to try out the sport. Around half of those who showed up will be back at the Club for more.
Sport New Zealand surveyed over 17,000 students in primary, intermediate and secondary schools.
This is the most significant piece of research into young New Zealanders’ participation in sport and recreation in more than 10 years. The scale of the survey allows us, for the first time, to explore how sport and recreation fit into the lives of boys and girls of different ages and backgrounds.
Yachting New Zealand is seeking contact details for the Elliott 1050 Owners Association. If anyone can help please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It's that time of year again, time to renew your membership of the New Zealand Access Class Association! Membership is an eligibility requirement for entry to compete in the Nationals, but is also open to those who have an interest in Access Class and want to support the future development of the Access Class in New Zealand.
AWSS organisers invite all Optimist Sailors from Auckland to prepare for the Summer Season and join the final AWSS day at KYC on Saturday 22nd September 2012 ready for a 1pm Race Start.
It’s been a massive start to the 2012/2013 Season for Royal Akarana Yacht Club with a successful AGM and the launch of a brand new website.
New Zealand has over 120 Yacht Clubs, yet the country’s first women to win a gold medal in dinghy sailing, Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie, both started their sailing careers and first met at Kohimarama Yacht Club.
Here’s a look at the up-coming training opportunities o the month of October. Check out what’s on in October and beyond in the Yachting New Zealand on-line calendar.
Here’s a look at the up-coming sailing events around the country for the month of October.
Six weeks out from the Coastal Classic we look at some of the new and notable boats likely to grace the fleet for the great race north.