Yachting New Zealand have a role in advocacy, looking out for the interests of yacht clubs and their members as well as the wider sailing and boating community.
Women don't always get the chance to take the helm or make decisions on a boat so a Women on Water weekend aims to help change that.
Volvo Car New Zealand are inviting their valued customers and Yachting New Zealand membership card holders to soak up the atmosphere of one of the world's most incredible races.
The Westhaven Marina Day on Sunday, March 25 at Westhaven Marina is an opportunity to see a different side to boating in Auckland.
The have a go programme down at the Volvo Ocean Race village is proving a hit.
As many as 3500 people are expected to have a go at sailing with Yachting New Zealand during the Volvo Ocean Race stopover.
A boatmaster course is the logical next step for anyone who has completed a day skipper qualification and is also a great first step for those considering a future in the commercial marine sector.
Turn the Tide on Plastic skipper Dee Caffari will be the guest speaker at a special fundraising breakfast hosted by Lady Pippa Blake and the Sir Peter Blake Trust on March 1.
Clubs, classes and associations are invited to showcase their boats or activities at next month's Westhaven Marina Day.
Boaties are asked to play their part in helping stop of the spread of pests and diseases.