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Win Windsurfing Lessons during the Hutchwilco Boat Show

by Brian Haybittle on 16 May 2012
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Win a BIC Techno Windsurf Lesson during the 'Hutchwilco Boat Show' competition starts the Winter Windsurf Program.

Come join a bunch of young sailors who love blasting no matter what the weather. They just want to go fast standing up.

In conjunction with the Hutchwilco Boat Show and Marine Dinghy Central we are proud to announce the RS:X and Techno Association Winter Program.

RS:X and Techno Association have a lesson a day to give away throughout the Boatshow:

Tell us why you want to want to Windsurf either at our Boatshow Stand or if you can't make it tell us on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/RSXandTechnoNZ
Date to be taken Sunday 27th May noon, backup 3rd June.

Have A Go On A Bic Techno.
Noon 27th May, Lake Pupuke, Milford, Auckland
$45 for a 2 hour lesson with qualified instructors.
Contact Alan MacIntosh of Windsurfing School 021 958 812.
Warm Wetsuits and gear provided.
Trimaran will also be there for a demo ride.
Local Techno sailors will be on hand to help…

Learn To Windsurf Course:
Starts 3rd June,
$185 for an 8 hour group course run over four Sundays.
Contact Alan MacIntosh of MadloopWindsurfing School 021 958 812. All Boards, sails and wetsuits provided.
Plenty of our current sailors will be there to meet and talk with.
Come have a blast. We’ll get you ready to join in some fun races.

More Techno Sailing Available:
Trial Lessons, courses and racing also starting in June available from:
Manly, Whangaparaoa. Paul Mackenzie: 027 492 3865
Tauranga, Christine Headey: 07 578 5512
Christchurch, Andrea Bowater 03 328 8755

Techno Learn To Race/Fun Races:
Full winter calendar will be available post boat show.
Winter racing will be available in Manly, Lake Pupuke, Tauranaga plus more. Winter has the best winds.
Follow on Facebook or check back next week.

The place to start – the beginners’ windsurfing class is known as the Techno class. The board, sail and rig used is common throughout the world
A simple analogy would be to see the Techno as the 'Optimist' of the windsurfing classes:
one board
one design sail
one design rigs
feeder to all international windsurf classes
approved 'Olympic Pathway'


More info found:
http://techno.windsurfingnz.org/

Like us:
www.facebook.com/RSXandTechnoNZ
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