New Zealand's top two Nacra 17 crews have been joined by three international combinations in Auckland this summer in a remarkable show of allegiance.
Win a money-can’t-buy experience to race with team AkzoNobel on their VO65 race boat in Auckland.
One is built to be have as many as 50 onboard and the other is designed to be raced singlehanded but the two will come together next week for a special celebration.
Amid fears that windward leeward racing may be on its last legs, the growing entry list for B division at CRC Bay of Islands Sailing Week 2018 shows there’s renewed interest in high performance, competitive racing outside the TP52 fleet.
The NZ Sailing Trust have entered Steinlager 2 into February's Auckland to Tauranga Yacht Race and are looking for crew for both the race and the cruising delivery back to Auckland.
Liv Mackay and Micah Wilkinson did what any product of generation Y would do and went onto YouTube when they heard the Red Bull Foiling Generation was coming to New Zealand in 2016.
What strikes first is the speed – upwards of 27 knots – but then the noise hits. It's a constant, almost eerie, whistle as the wind passes through the boat.
New Zealand finished with five crews inside the top 10 at the youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China, last night.
Two New Zealand sailors will be chasing medals on the final day of the youth sailing world championships in Sanya, China, tonight.
Josh Armit is in third in the boy's Laser Radial, seven points off a possible silver medal but with two other sailors breathing down his neck.
Annabelle Rennie-Younger propelled herself back into medal contention in the girl's Laser Radial after a third and fourth last night and is fifth, only four points behind Argentina's Luciana Cardozo in third.
It pays for Olympic class sailors to be handy mathematicians and Sam Meech found himself doing a few sums throughout the last day of Sail Sydney recently.