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Oceanbridge Anniversary Day Regatta salutes maritime heritage By Event media, 6:04 AM Thu 26 Jan 2012
The Oceanbridge Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta is the oldest sporting event in the country, open to all sailors in different classes of craft from the professional workboat skipper, a sea scout, an all out racer waiting to gun the engines in the Harbour Blast, a youngster in his first dinghy or an enthusiast who has spent thousands of hours restoring one of the great kauri- hulled classic sailin ...[more]

Bay of Islands Sailing Week: Day 2 - Another great day + Video By Lesley Haslar, 10:26 PM Wed 25 Jan 2012
Another beautiful day in paradise. All divisions got their first races away before noon with winds fluctuating between 4 and 9 knots SSW. David Nathan on V5 is thoroughly enjoying the regatta - today winning their share of line honours. ...[more]

Bay of Islands Sailing Week: Day 1 - You should have been here + Video By Lesley Haslar, 8:10 PM Tue 24 Jan 2012
Bay of Island's Sailing Week 2012, Day 1 was blessed with a clear blue sky, a south easterly at 10 knots, and sixty eager crews ready to take on the world. At pin end Division One Race One, V5 stepped out with both Wired and M1 Snapping at her heels. As the first major race for Kia Kaha, she showed a conservative stance at the start. ...[more]

2012 New Zealand National Laser Championship – Update after Day 2 By Edmund Tam, Wellington , 4:13 AM Mon 23 Jan 2012
On Day 1 of the New Zealand Laser National Championships competitors were greeted with a light and lingering southerly breeze and a forecasted northerly change. This resulted in a delay while the light southerly died away and immediately made way for spectacular Wellington day with the sun shining and an enjoyable but challenging northerly of 18 to 22 knots and a building sea state. ...[more]

Forceracing: J Sails have 16 of top 20 in 2011 Optimist Worlds By Andrew Brown, 8:13 AM Sun 22 Jan 2012
J Sails did it once again at the 2011 Optimist Worlds Worlds having 16 sails in the top 20!!! This included placings first through fourth. This included a full set for the Singapore team, the top country and Peru (2nd country) both using J’s and also the fifth country being the kiwis! ...[more]

Light winds for Calibre Sails 2012 Hartley TS 16 Nationals By Mike Wright, Parua Bay, Whangarei , 8:30 PM Sat 21 Jan 2012
The Hartely TS 16 Nationals were held at Parua Bay, in Whangarei with 20 boats racing. The weather was light variable breezes and has proved to be great racing conditions, forcing the sailors to be continually reassessing the best options with one side favoured one leg and the next the other side pays. ...[more]

The 2012 New Zealand Laser Championships commence Saturday 21 January By Edmund Tam, Wellington , 6:18 AM Fri 20 Jan 2012
The 2012 New Zealand Laser Championships hosted by Worser Bay Boating Club awill run from 21 to 24 January. The latest entry list reflects a strong international field and includes competitors from Australia, Cook Islands, Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Singapore, and Switzerland. Additionally, our top New Zealand local sailors will also be competing. ...[more]

Female wins Starling Match Racing title for first time in 21 years By Gay Noyer, Warkworth , 9:38 AM Wed 18 Jan 2012
After 21 years, the male domination of the Caltex Cup, for the New Zealand Starling Class Inter-Provincial Match Racing Championship, has come to an end, with Northland sailor Alice Noyer winning the regatta, which was held at Murrays Bay, on Auckland’s North Shore last week. ...[more]

Isaac McHardie stacks up the awards in P class By John Jennings, Auckland , 9:26 AM Wed 18 Jan 2012
The Stack 2012 P-Class Nationals on water action completed on Monday afternoon but not before a number of past winners dropped in to see what the current crop of P talent is made of. Roy Granic (1964 Tanner and Tauranga Cup), Brain Baker (1966 Tanner, 1967, Tauranga), Brian Jones (1975 Tauranga), all paid a visit as did Phil Davies, father of Len (1979 Tanner) and Ray (see below) ...[more]

Images of Stack Interiors Tauranga Cup - Murrays Bay By Richard Gladwell, 6:34 PM Tue 17 Jan 2012
Sail-World's camera was on the water for the final day of the Stack Interior's Tauranga Cup sailed in the iconic P-class, which has played a vital part in the development of New Zealand sailors who have gone on to achieve in many aspects of the sport from design, to the Olympics, America's Cup, Volvo Ocean Race and ISAF Youth Worlds. ...[more]

P class: Stack Interiors Tauranga Cup - Race reports and Images By P Class Media, 6:53 AM Tue 17 Jan 2012
Over forty young sailors competed in the 2012 Stack Interiors Tauranga Cup. The event was sailed off the Murray's Bay Sailing Club on Auckland's North Shore. Most of the top young sailors in New Zealand competed in the event, including several from the recent World Optimist Championships, sailed at Napier. ...[more]

Hamilton sailor wins Tanner and Tauranga Cup P class double By Sail-World, 6:33 AM Tue 17 Jan 2012
Isaac McHardie (Hamilton Yacht Club) has achieved a mark made by only a few young New Zealand sailors, winning the P class double, after he secured a very well deserved victory in the Tauranga Cup, for open fleet competition. Many of New Zealand's top sailors, including Russell Coutts, Dean Barker, Chris Dickson have their names on one, or in a few cases, both trophies. ...[more]

2012 Starling Match Racing Championship sailed in identical boats By Brian Peet, Murrays Bay , 9:59 AM Sat 14 Jan 2012
The 2012 North Sails Starling Match Racing championship was completed at Murrays Bay over Jan 10-13. In the event’s 21 year history, this was the first event sailed in class association supplied identical boats. The fibre-glass hulls fitted with identical Southern Spars carbon masts, new North sails and new MacKay foils provided the perfect match racing equipment platform for the regatta. ...[more]

Yachting New Zealand makes stand on Aquaculture intrusion on cruisers By Sail-World, 6:48 PM Wed 16 Nov 2011
A New Zealand national sports organisation, Yachting New Zealand has issued a statement setting out the organisation's position on legislation and application and licence approvals that will enable the aquaculture industry to achieve its goal of becoming a $1 billion contributor to the New Zealand economy. ...[more]

The Ceramco Files: 'Cape Town at Last' By Peter Montgomery, Alan Sefton and Sail-World, South Atlantic Ocean , 12:36 PM Fri 23 Sep 2011
Eleven days after the mast broke. Peter Blake reports: 'This is more like it. For most of the night we were doing between 9 and 12 knots, rocketing along under the red and white ‘Sooty Sail’, storm jib (as staysail), four-reefed main and trisail (as mizzen staysail).' ...[more]

The Ceramco Files: The Crew's Views By Peter Montgomery, Alan Sefton and Sail-World, Auckland, NZL , 2:27 PM Tue 20 Sep 2011
I think the euphoria has got to the Doc. The log last night read: ‘Dr Trevor Agnew just saw a racehorse run across a paddock. I think all those pills are getting to him.’ The writing was Simon’s. Someone else added: ‘I’m surprised you think.’ The humour is back. ...[more]

The Ceramco Files: 'We've somewhat slowed down' By Peter Montgomery, Auckland, NZL , 6:42 PM Mon 12 Sep 2011
Ceramco New Zealand skipper Peter Blake makes the first call back to Peter Montgomery, telling New Zealand what happened just after 1230pm about 100 miles north of Ascension Island on September 21. ...[more]

Titirangi sailing club opens doors to visitors By Zoe Hawkins, 1:13 PM Tue 30 Aug 2011
The 2011-2012 sailing season commences in October, and French Bay Yacht Club – which is West Auckland’s only yacht club - offers terrific opportunities for Auckland sailors. Five years ago, French Bay Yacht Club in Titirangi was down to a handful of members struggling to keep the club afloat. ...[more]

2011 SSANZ B&G Simrad 60…. a Young 88 'Tail' By Rick Hackett, Auckland , 4:51 PM Sun 21 Aug 2011
As a little boy (and still today), I loved a story about Scuppers the Sailor Dog. Scuppers wanted to go to sea, and like myself he found a little boat with a sail, that had a hook for his coat, and a hook for his hat, and when it was dark he made his bed and went to sleep. Well he did, however I was on the harbour in this month’s Simrad 60, but still with that childhood dream. ...[more]

Flying 15 Worlds: Napier crew lead with four world old jib By Graeme Robinson, 8:52 PM Sat 23 Jul 2011
Napier Sailing Club member, Graeme Robinson reports from the Flying Fifteen Worlds in Hayling Island, where he and James Sandall are leading the event after the first day of racing. Only one race was completed on Day 1 of the Flying 15 World Championships at Hayling Island SC. It was a frustrating light wind day for the fleets, with constant shifts frustrating the PRO in setting a start. ...[more]

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