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Perfect scoreline wins 2012 Mistral Class Championships By Katharine Davis, Cockle Bay , 6:54 AM Tue 3 Apr 2012
An excellent weekend racing at Tamaki Yacht Club has just concluded for the 2012 Mistral Class Championship. The sun came out on both Saturday and Sunday and the wind was enough to add a little excitement. The Handicap prize was won by Rob Mason and Stephen Atkinson in 77, Mistarius ...[more]


NZ Rigging opens rigging-service loft in Westhaven - get 25% discount! By Sail-World, 4:20 AM Fri 16 Mar 2012
NZ Rigging has opened a dedicated Rigging – service loft in Downtown Auckland, The new loft is located upstairs in the old sail loft in the Pier 21 yard located in Westhaven. To celebrate the opening of the new facility NZ Rigging are offering massive discounts for Sail-World readers- 25% off all Running Rigging Ordered and delivered for the rest of March 2012. ...[more]


Young 88s sharpen skills with North Sails Coaching Clinic By Mike Leyland, Auckland , 7:37 PM Mon 5 Dec 2011
On Sunday November 6th four Young 88s assembled at the RNZYS for a briefing prior to a day of intense on the water coaching. The aim was for the Y88 association to work with North Sails (one of our sponsors) and a limited number of North’s Y88 customers to test a coaching concept. ...[more]


North Sails run Coaching Clinic for Young 88 class - Video By Gonzalo Tome for Argentina Marine Media, 9:30 PM Wed 9 Nov 2011
North Sails Auckland loft recently organised a coaching clinic for the Young 88 class. The clinic was run by Head Coach: Andrew Wills assisted by Coaches: Josh Tucker, Jim Maloney, Miles Addy and Hadleigh Pendergast. Here's a video of the day in New Zealand's most popular one design keelboat class. ...[more]


Penfold Audi Sport goes carbon By Sail-World, 8:16 PM Wed 2 Nov 2011
Melbourne based yachtsman Dave Ellis has upgraded his Archambault A31 'Penfold Audi Sport' with a custom designed Carbon mast from NZ Spars and Rigging. Dave sailed 'Penfold Audi sport' last season with the factory issued Alloy mast to some great results under IRC, but with Dave been the perfectionist that he is he wanted more, Everyone knew from Day 1 the alloy mast was on the softside and D ...[more]


NZ Spars and Rigging instrumental to BSL's Global Ocean Race success By Sail-World, 10:12 AM Tue 1 Nov 2011
Ross and Campbell Field victory on Leg 1 of the Global Ocean Race has been attributed in part to spars and systems from New Zealand Spars and Rigging. Ross Field wanted to work with new companies when he embarked on his campaign to race two handed around the world in a 40ft boat, and he elected to team up with New Zealand Spars and Rigging, when it came to readying BSL for the mammoth voyage. ...[more]


2011 North Sails Young 88 Owners Champs on this weekend at Bucks By Mike Leyland, Auckland , 5:58 PM Thu 6 Oct 2011
The North Sails Young 88 Owners Champs will be contested by fifteen boats this coming weekend on the waters bounded by Browns Island, Rangitoto and the city. The Owners Champs require owners to be 'drivers' and is a Corinthian counterpart to the white hot competition of the professional crews battling it out in the Harken Y88 Nationals held in April. ...[more]


Yachting NZ:Yachting Digest for January - September 2011 By Yachting NZ, 10:07 PM Mon 26 Sep 2011
Yachting Digest is produced bi-monthly by Yachting New Zealand's Keelboat and Offshore Race Committee (KORC) to keep boat owners informed about issues related to racing and cruising, including safety, boat registration and handicapping. It contains new of interest to keeler, multihull and trailerboat owners ...[more]


North Sails opens new loft in Wellington By Zoe Hawkins, 8:27 PM Thu 22 Sep 2011
A purpose built sail loft at Seaview Marina in Lower Hutt will deliver North Sails sales and service to boats in the Wellington region. The Loft is owned by two local yachties who both have extensive backgrounds in the marine industry - David Molen and Todd Olson ...[more]


Skippers jostle for a view at the North Sails Wind Warrior Regatta By Richard Gladwell, 12:49 AM Sat 3 Sep 2011
Images from the North Sails Wind Warrior Regatta which was held Friday afternoon in the in the newly developed Viaduct Harbour area. There was a good turnout - with standing room at a premium on the dock once racing got underway. ...[more]


North Sails Wind Warrior Regatta on this Friday at the Viaduct By Sail-World, 7:30 AM Tue 30 Aug 2011
The North Sails Wind Warrior Regatta will take pace in the in the newly developed Viaduct Harbour, this Friday second of September. Racing will start at 4pm with practice from 3.30 and will conclude with the Prize giving at about 5.30 at the new Jack Tar Bar in Wynyard Quarter. ...[more]


North Sails Scan - iPhone/iPad App now available in New Zealand By Zoe Hawkins, 7:35 PM Wed 24 Aug 2011
The same technology used by top North Sails designers is now available as an iPhone/iPad App. Described as a ‘lite’ version of Sailscan – which is the powerful professional program that digitally analyzes photos of sails to provide detailed and accurate measurements and comparisons – the North Sails Scan App will assist customers with collecting and recording information about sailshape and sai ...[more]


Accolades for North Sails projects at World Superyacht Awards By Zoe Hawkins, 7:50 PM Thu 2 Jun 2011
Two of the biggest projects to come out of the Auckland loft in 2010, won three major awards at the prestigious World Superyacht Awards, announced this month. Now North Sails has two even larger projects underway for 2011-2012. ...[more]


Weight key to Camper’s new sail inventory By Zoe Hawkins, 7:43 PM Mon 30 May 2011
North Sails has completed the first 3Di inventory for Camper – and while details remain under wraps, the big focus is on weight minimisation. Andrew Lechte is in New Zealand to work closely with Emirates Team New Zealand head designer Burns Fallow on the Emirates Team New Zealand Volvo campaign. Andrew designed sails for the past three Volvo Ocean Races with teams from Sweden and Spain ...[more]


Pied Piper Intergalactic Race Report By Max Hawkes, Auckland , 4:03 PM Tue 10 May 2011
Bucklands Beach Yacht Club Race Management had a tough job on their hands getting 6 races done on a day where the breeze couldn’t decide if it was Arthur or Martha. After each race the start line and Top marks had to be reset in order to get a true windward leeward race done and RO Peter Stewart and his team served up a Gold medal winning performance getting all six starts away with minimum delay ...[more]


Takahashi-Fry wins 2011 Toyota Optimist Nationals By Richard Gladwell, 3:07 PM Mon 25 Apr 2011
Sailed under overcast skies, which turned to constant rain for the final race, and a fresh onshore breeze, the 310 competitors had a tough final day for the 2011 Toyota Optimist Nationals - the largest single class regatta ever held in New Zealand. The final race results have not yet been posted, however Takahashi-Fry had the contest sewn up with a race to sail, possibly more. ...[more]


Images from Wakatere: Day 4 of 2011 Toyota Optimist Nationals By Richard Gladwell, 10:52 PM Sun 24 Apr 2011
Sail-World was on the water this afternoon for Day 4 of the 2011 Toyota Optimist Nationals in New Zealand captured the action from the final race of the day in the Open fleet. ...[more]


2011 Toyota Optimist NZ Nationals - Race Day 4 Report By Christine Hansen, Devonport , 6:35 PM Sun 24 Apr 2011
Leonard Takahashi-Fry holds onto the lead with one day to go in the 2011 Toyota Optimist Nationals, Isaac McHardie is a comfortable second and Nathaniel Deverell keeps hold of third, but there's one more day of racing to come and there's a strong group of sailors after one of the top five position to secure a place in the New Zealand team to compete in the World Championship in Napier later this y ...[more]


Toyota Optimist Nationals: Consistency pays on Day 4 + Video By Richard Gladwell, 2:28 PM Sun 24 Apr 2011
Racing has just concluded on the fourth day of the 2011 Toyota Optimist Nationals, and with all to sail for, the top sailors could afford, and made no mistakes. Series favourite Markus Sommerville sailing for the host Club, Wakatere, strung together two wins and a third to move up three places on the leaderboard. ...[more]


Images of Wakatere: Pleased to be ashore after a long day By Christine Hansen, 7:54 PM Sat 23 Apr 2011
Photographer Christine Hansen took these images as the fleet in the 2011 Toyota Optimist Nationals came ashore after a long day on Day 3 on the water off Narrow Neck Beach, Auckland. ...[more]


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