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Etchells Post Christmas Series: Gair just heads off Wills in Round 2 By Etchells NZ media, , 9:04 AM Wed 4 Feb 2015
Following the windless abandonment of Flight 1 last week, Flight 2 marked the true opening of the Etchells Post-Christmas Series - and what an opener. A warm, brisk westerly breeze allowed RO Warwick Gair to set a long course on Auckland's inner Waitemata Harbour and the fleet to stretch its legs after a long Christmas break. ...[more]

Auckland Optimist + Starling Championships: The Watershed Video By Sail-World.com NZL, , 11:08 AM Tue 3 Feb 2015
The Auckland Starling and Optimist Championships were held at the Wakatere Boating Club, on Auckland's North Shore over the weekend of January 24-26. Tommo from ARG Marine Media compiled this superb video using a variety of sources including drones, underwater, on board and on the water video. ...[more]

Champion Rainbow II tastes the Waitemata again after a 45 year absence By Alan Sefton, , 9:40 PM Mon 2 Feb 2015
Rainbow II went back into the waters of the Waitemata Harbour today, nearly 45 years since she was lifted aboard a freighter bound from Auckland to Germany where she would challenge for yachting’s One Ton Cup. Rainbow is now on a berth outside the RNZYS where the final bits of her restoration will be completed, including the anti-skidding of the deck and cabin top. ...[more]

NZL Sailing Team: Double Gold at ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, , 2:46 PM Sun 1 Feb 2015
New Zealand has won double gold at 2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami after Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie, and Alexandra Maloney and Molly Meech won the 470 and 49erFX events. A further three of the NZL Sailing Team also come away from Miami with a top five finish in what has been a successful regatta for the kiwi contingent. ...[more]

NZL Sailing Team: One Gold secured at Miami - looking good for another By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, , 7:12 PM Sat 31 Jan 2015
At the conclusion of competition today, on what was the penultimate day of the ISAF World Cup series regatta, Alexandra Maloney and Molly Meech have an unassailable 50 point gap over second place and consequently must simply show up for the race, then return to shore to be awarded the 49erFX gold medal. ...[more]

One Ton Cup Champion Rainbow II emerges from Vos Shed ahead of launch By Alan Sefton, Auckland , 4:42 PM Fri 30 Jan 2015
Former One Ton Cup Champion, Rainbow II emerged from the historic Vos Shed on the Auckland waterfront after a full restoration. She has been taken to the Pier 21 where the rig was stepped and final preparations are being made for the boat’s launching at 10am on Monday (2 February, 2015). ...[more]

NZL Sailing Team: Two Kiwi leaders extend on Day 4 at Miami SWC By Jodie Bakewell-White, Yachting NZ, , 12:24 PM Fri 30 Jan 2015
New Zealand crews continue to lead in two classes after Day 4 at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami. A total of six crews from the NZL Sailing Team are on target to make their medal race heading into the penultimate day of competition. In similar style to yesterday, today saw both of New Zealand’s two-handed women’s crews, in the 470 and the 49erfX skiff, extend their points leads even further. ...[more]

Classics at Mahurangi - Juniors at Wakatere - History in Sanya By ., , 9:12 PM Wed 28 Jan 2015
Editorial from Sail-World.com’s New Zealand e-magazine for January 27, 2014: We look at the latest twist in the America's Cup 2013 edition - which just won't come to an end. Sailing history was created in Sanya, China on Tuesday - we explain why. And there is a quick look at one of the biggest Junior one design regattas ever held in New Zealand - whch happened over the long weekend at Wakatere BC ...[more]

ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami: NZL Sailing Team lead in three classes By Sail-World.com NZL, , 12:27 PM Wed 28 Jan 2015
Three NZL Sailing Team crews have retained their overnight lead after day two of racing at ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami on now on Biscayne Bay in the USA. In the Women’s 470, Women’s 49erFX and the Mixed Nacra 17 multihull New Zealand is leading the way as the regatta moves into Day 3 of six. ...[more]

ISAF World Sailing Cup: Kiwis start strongly in Miami By Sail-World.com, , 1:52 PM Tue 27 Jan 2015
NZL Sailing Team crews have got away to a fast start on the opening day of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami. New Zealand holds the early lead in the Women’s 470, 49erFX and the Nacra 17, as well as second place in the Laser class. ...[more]

Auckland Optimists: Images from Day 3 at Wakatere By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, , 11:50 PM Mon 26 Jan 2015
Image gallery from Day 3, and the final day of the 2015 Auckland Optimist and Starling Championships, contested by 235 sailors across the Optimist Green and Open fleets and Starlings. Entries came from six countries for the Optimist regatta. ...[more]

Auckland Optimist Championships: Images from Wakatere By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, , 12:41 AM Mon 26 Jan 2015
The combined Auckland Optimist Championships and Auckland Starling Championships are underway at Wakatere BC. The combined fleet size is believed to make this regatta the largest junior one design event ever held in New Zealand. ...[more]

Mahurangi Regatta: Classic racing in beautiful conditions By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 6:58 AM Sun 25 Jan 2015
A large fleet of classic yachts once again competed at the Mahurangi Regatta the annual rallying point for Auckland's impressive classic yacht fleet. Sailing in a light to moderate easterly breeze, the fleet did two laps of the course that takes them around Saddle Island at the entrance to the harbour. ...[more]

Bay of Islands Sailing Week: Will at the Races - Day 3 By Sail-World.com, , 11:48 PM Fri 23 Jan 2015
The ubiquitous Will Calver of Ocean Photography, was on the water during Day 3 of Bay of Islands Sailing Week. Here's how he saw the day. ...[more]

Bay of Islands Sailing Week: Mayhem finds form on Day 3 By Sail-World, , 10:05 PM Fri 23 Jan 2015
Mayhem (Harry Dodson) regained her temporarily lost form and finished the third day of the Bay of Islands Sailing Week, with two second places and a win across the line. On handicap she scored two wins and a second place. Series results are not available ...[more]

Bay of Islands Sailing Week: Will at the Races - Day 2 By Sail-World.com, , 7:26 PM Thu 22 Jan 2015
The ubiquitous Will Calver of Ocean Photography, was on the shore, on the water and in the air during Day 2 of Bay of Islands Sailing Week. Here's how he saw the day. ...[more]

Bay of Islands Sailing Week: Northland turns on great breeze for Day 2 By Sail-World, , 5:52 PM Thu 22 Jan 2015
The fleet enjoyed champagne sailing conditions for the second day of Bay of Islands Sailing Week, which this year combined with the Millennium Cup contested by five superyachts. Weatherman, Mike Quilter, perhaps better known as an international navigator gave the forecast at the beginning of the day: 'a ridge of high pressure establishes itself over the North Island today and tomorrow' ...[more]

Knight Frank 18ft Skiff Nationals - Knight Frank skiff wins! By John Little, Auckland , 6:30 AM Thu 22 Jan 2015
The Knight Frank 18ft Skiff Nationals finished on Sunday with the Knight Frank skiff team of Riley Dean, Matt Coutts and John Little taking the win. The Knight Frank (15pts) skiff team managed to take the win 5 points ahead of Yamaha (20pts). Maersk Line (35) had a great final day to finish in third spot ahead of ASCC (40pts) who they battled the whole way through the regatta. ...[more]

Bay of Islands Sailing Week: More images by Will Calver from Day 1 By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz, , 8:24 PM Wed 21 Jan 2015
Top sailing photographer, Will Calver, is on the water at Bay of Islands Sailing Week and filed this gallery of images from the opening day of the three day regatta. ...[more]

2015 Starling Match Racing Nationals won by Canterbury’s Matthew Wylie By Brian Peet, Auckland , 6:19 PM Wed 21 Jan 2015
The 2015 Starling Match Racing Nationals just completed at the Glendowie Boating Club was won after a hard fought battle by Canterbury’s Matthew Wylie. Going into the third and final day of racing, Jason Hewitt from Waikato held the slenderest of leads over Auckland’s Jeremy Mitchell. ...[more]

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