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North Sails New Zealand clients dominate 2014 Auckland to Fiji Race By Sail-World, , 10:50 AM Thu 12 Jun 2014
After four days of mostly punishing upwind sailing followed by some champagne reaching conditions, the Botin 80 Beau Geste and Juan K VO 70 Giacomo have claimed first and second on line and between them, dominated the correct time results. ...[more]


ANZ Fiji Race: Crusader crew get another wet ride - Video By Josh Tucker, , 6:09 PM Wed 28 May 2014
The Elliott 35SS Crusader (Anthony Leigh) videoed on a a training run in the lead up to the Auckland - Fiji race, which starts on June 7, headed for Denarau. Crusader is one of the fastest yachts in New Zealand under 40ft, and is renowned for punching above her weight, and her crew can look forward to a fast, if wet ride on the 1280nm course. ...[more]


Hutchwilco NZ Boat Show: Having a Go - Taking sailing to the people By Richard Gladwell, , 9:45 PM Sun 25 May 2014
The Hutchwilco NZ Boat Show featured several working activities aimed at giving people their first taste of water sports. In the Weta Dinghy Central hall, North Sails and Harken provided the gear and sails to run a spinnaker hoist and lowering race. ...[more]


North Sails NZ e-News for April 2014 By North Sails NZ, , 8:09 PM Thu 1 May 2014
North Sails NZ presents their latest e-Newsletter, featuring an update on 3DL, and the latest racing successes for the New Zealand loft ...[more]


Flash Gordon has narrow win at 2014 Harken Young 88 Nationals By RNZYS Media, , 5:13 PM Sun 13 Apr 2014
Jeremy Lomas and his crew on Flash Gordon came from behind to win the 2014 Harken Young 88 National Championships by 2 points over Dangerzone in what was a top performance under pressure on the final day. Flash Gordon couldn’t have had a worse start to Day 2, after receiving a black flag disqualification in the first race of the day. ...[more]


DangerZone leads after first day of racing in Young 88 Nationals By RNZYS Media, , 7:06 PM Sat 12 Apr 2014
Lincoln Fraser and his Dangerzone crew, who finished second behind Flash Gordon (Helm: Mike Sanderson) in 2013, kept themselves ahead of their rivals with three fourth place finishes backed up by a first, a second & a fifth, this was good enough to place them at the top of the podium after day one, albeit by one point. ...[more]


Harken Young 88 Nationals: Team NZ crews back to regain title By Mike Leyland, Auckland , 9:13 PM Thu 10 Apr 2014
The Young 88’s reputation for hard but fair and fun racing has brought America's Cup sailor Jeremy Lomas back to one hull this weekend. He is skipper of Flash Gordon with some well know teammates including Dean Barker and James Dagg as crew. ...[more]


Weta Marine focused on growing grass roots sailing at Hutchwilco Show By Miranda Powrie, Auckland , 5:20 PM Tue 8 Apr 2014
Weta Marine are passionate about showing people what a great sport sailing is. For the past two years we have organized Sailing Central at the Hutchwilco New Zealand boat show to encourage the wider boating public to check out sailing and hopefully give it a go. The next show is from May 15th to 18th and it promises to be a good one. ...[more]


Images from the 2014 Harken Schools Regatta By YTP Media, , 8:11 PM Sun 9 Mar 2014
YTP Media provided this gallery of images from the Hatken Schools regatta, won this year by Kristin School ...[more]


Kristin School wins Harken Schools Regatta By Sara Tucker, Auckland , 8:04 PM Sun 9 Mar 2014
The Kristin School team of Leonard Takahashi, Sam Hassall, Rory McCutcheon and Oscar Gunn have won the 2014 Harken Schools Regatta. 15 year old Takahashi improved his results on the water today winning the Gold Fleet with a total of 16 points, after qualifying yesterday in fifth place overall. ...[more]


UK based Oakley Capital buys majority stake in North Technology Group By Brigid Murphy, Milford, CT, USA , 5:07 AM Tue 4 Mar 2014
North Technology Group (NTG) has confirmed that Oakley Capital Private Equity has acquired a majority stake in their diverse family of companies. Oakley is an investment vehicle founded by UK businessman and sailing enthusiast Peter Dubens. ...[more]


Knight Frank Racing :T2 Soft-Attach double and Lead Rings from Harken By Knight Frank Racing, Auckland , 6:28 AM Thu 27 Feb 2014
Knight Frank 18ft skiff, who recently launched a new boat, has introduced some of the latest products from Harken onboard. Harken has released two new products in recent months that further expands on their top quality range of sailing hardware. ...[more]


Help Sara Winther achieve her journey to win Gold at Rio 2016 By Briar Dye-Hutchinson, , 12:55 PM Wed 5 Feb 2014
Now it’s your chance to come on board for 2011 #1 ranked sailor in the World, Sara Winther's journey to GOLD at RIO 2016, in the Womens Singlehanded class. Sara Winther: 'A winner never quits and a quitter never wins.' Usually when I hear clichés like this my brain gets numb and I start to tune out. If this is your inclination also, then stop yourself! This one’s actually meaningful. ...[more]


Ed Dubois discusses the advantages of building a Superyacht in NZ By NZ Marine, , 10:22 PM Wed 29 Jan 2014
Leading superyacht designer Ed Dubois gives his take on the New Zealand boat building industry, commenting on New Zealand's straight forward business approach and the openness to new ideas. Ed shares why New Zealand has the skills, innovation and expertise to make it one of the best boat building countries in the world. ...[more]


Thunderstorms rain on the parade on Day 3 of Harken International By Damian Devine, Newport , 5:03 AM Sun 24 Nov 2013
The penultimate day of competition in the 2013 Harken Youth International Match Racing Championship hosted by the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club only saw the completion of stage one on a benign Pittwater today with just four matches sailed. ...[more]


The Professional - Part 3 of a conversation with Ken Read By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 8:20 AM Sat 2 Nov 2013
Ken Read served as the skipper of Puma Ocean Racing’s entries in the 2008-2009 and 2011-2012 editions of the Volvo Ocean Race (VOR), where the team finished in second and third place, respectively. Read has worked in various capacities for North Sails since 1996, and in January of 2013 he was promoted to the high-profile role of President. ...[more]


The Professional - Part 2 of a conversation with Ken Read By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 8:11 AM Thu 31 Oct 2013
Dennis Conner shoulder tapped Read to serve as his helmsman during the 2000 and 2003 'Stars & Stripes' campaigns, and Read has also served on the afterguard of plenty of high-profile big-boat campaigns, including George David’s all-conquering 'Rambler'. More recently, Read served as the skipper of Puma Ocean Racing’s entries in the 2008-2009 and 2011-2012 editions of the Volvo Ocean Race (VOR). ...[more]


Predictwind: Beat them in a Nor-Wester - 2013 PIC Coastal Classic By 2013PIC Coastal Classic, 9:31 PM Tue 22 Oct 2013
At Monday night's awesome race clinic, we had speakers from PredictWind.com, B&G, and North Sails, share their knowledge about sailing in the PIC Insurance Brokers Coastal Classic. Much was discussed, but here's a short synopsis of what was said: ...[more]


North Sails NZ seasonal discounts are back with 25% off By Sail-world.com, 5:34 PM Fri 6 Sep 2013
North Sails NZ seasonal discounts are back with 25% off retail prices for a strictly limited time. Whether you are after a new cruising jib or a full wardrobe of our groundbreaking 3Di sails, you'll get the same unsurpassed levels of design, quality, and after-sales service. ...[more]


North Sails Bay of Islands opens its doors By Zoe Hawkins, 10:19 PM Wed 28 Aug 2013
The world’s largest and most reputable sailing brand, North Sails, is setting up shop in the Bay of Islands, and the operation will be headed by one of the industry’s most experienced sailmakers, Roger Hall. Opua is the first port of call for over 400 cruising yachts a year, has a thriving race scene, and hosts the annual Bay of Islands Sailing Week. ...[more]


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