Please select your home edition
Edition
SilverFern_Open Day_TOP 728x90px
Collinson FX: March 20 - Oz house price slide Collinson FX: March 20 - Oz house price slide The Dollar was soft, with the AUD trading just below 0.7100, while the NZD pushed up to 0.6850. The RBA minutes revealed threats to the Australian economy thus ensuring a dovish, balanced monetary policy. The RBA took note of sliding House Prices (further exemplified in the latest data) which is hurting consumer spending, by Collinson FX Posted 20 Mar 22:30 NZDT Harken Young 88 Nationals: Raging Hormones wins Harken Young 88 Nationals: Raging Hormones wins Andrew Wills and his team on board Raging Hormones win 2019 Harken Young 88 Nationals Andrew Wills and his team on board Raging Hormones have risen above a bumper sixteen boat fleet to win the 2019 Harken Young 88 National Championships in Auckland over the weekend. by Andrew Delves - RNZYS Posted 20 Mar 20:58 NZDT Open Day on 70ft cruising sloop this Sunday Open Day on 70ft cruising sloop this Sunday Are you are looking to head off on a major cruise, or wish to downsize to a floating apartment? Are you are looking to step out of the fast lane, and head off on a major cruise offshore? Or are you interested in downsizing and acquiring live aboard accommodation? Take the opportunity to see SV "Silver Fern" this Sunday at Marsden Cove. by Bryce Sommerville and Martha Mason Posted 20 Mar 18:54 NZDT Back to back wins in Two Handed Round NZ Race Back to back wins in Two Handed Round NZ Race Titanium co-skippers Bellingham and Skinner won the double for Legs 2 and 4 Line honours winner Titanium crossed the finish line 25 days after starting the SSANZ Two Handed Round New Zealand race. An overall elapsed time for the four legs of 13 days, 22 hours was enough for Titanium to also win overall handicap honours. by Deb Williams Posted 20 Mar 18:09 NZDT Olympics 2024: Singlehander Trials conclude Olympics 2024: Singlehander Trials conclude Kontides wins 2024 Olympic single-hander equipment trials in Valencia Grand finale for the Olympic Trials in Valencia. The fourth and final day of testing at sea has reserved by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 20 Mar 17:13 NZDT RS Feva NZ Nationals on March 29th-31st RS Feva NZ Nationals on March 29th-31st Held at Torbay Sailing Club from Friday March 29 to March 31 The 2019 RS Feva Nationals will be held at Torbay Sailing Club from Friday March 29 to March 31. There is a Practice Day on Friday March 29th, starting at 2pm with specialist guest coaches. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 19 Mar 14:43 NZDT America's Cup: NYYC team dry lapping in Florida America's Cup: NYYC team dry lapping in Florida American Magic confirmed this week that it is sailing “dry laps” at its winter base in Florida Top America's Cup correspondent, Bernie Wilson spoke with NYYC American Magic skipper and CEO, Terry Hutchinson to get an update on the team's progress at their Florida winter base. by Bernie Wilson/APNews Posted 19 Mar 13:39 NZDT Six RS21s line up at the San Diego NOOD Regatta Six RS21s line up at the San Diego NOOD Regatta The six RS21s, now named the '6 pack', battled it out Sail22 unloaded the six boats from a 40ft container and set to work rigging the charter fleet. On Thursday afternoon, six teams arrived and received a briefing on the new one design fleet before beginning a training session on the water. by Vikki Payne, RS Sailing Posted 21 Mar 03:00 NZDT New women's class in the Copa del Rey MAPFRE New women's class in the Copa del Rey MAPFRE For the very first time in history the Copa del Rey MAPFRE will have an all-female winning team Following the recent announcement of the new classification system, a new Women's Class will also be added to the 38th edition, with the aim of reinforcing female participation in the sport of sailing by Alejandro Varela Posted 21 Mar 00:38 NZDT Time starts drawing thin for Cup teams Time starts drawing thin for Cup teams While 2021 might still seem like a long way off... While the sailing world has been distracted by Caribbean regattas and the unsavory revelation that Stanford University's former sailing coach has pleaded guilty to racketeering and conspiracy charges, the 36th America's Cup is quietly hoving into view. by David Schmidt Posted 20 Mar 07:00 NZDT All purpose G1 Sailing Gloves from Zhik All purpose G1 Sailing Gloves from Zhik The latest addition to Zhik's growing range of performance sailing gloves The latest addition to Zhik's growing range of performance sailing gloves. Zhik's G1 Gloves are intended for the sailing enthusiast, warm weather and general protection. by Liz Rushall Posted 20 Mar 03:00 NZDT LBYC Ficker Cup:Gateway to greatness LBYC Ficker Cup:Gateway to greatness Gateway to greatness If the Congressional Cup is the gateway to the America's Cup, the Ficker Cup is the gateway to the Congressional Cup. by Betsy Crowfoot Posted 20 Mar 02:29 NZDT Spinlock becomes Clipper Race lifejacket supplier Spinlock becomes Clipper Race lifejacket supplier Spinlock will be kitting out each of the eleven Clipper Race crews The Clipper Race is pleased to reveal Spinlock as its new Official Lifejacket Supplier for the next two editions, 2019-20 and 2021-22, of the biennial round the world yacht race. by Grace Kitching Posted 19 Mar 22:00 NZDT Australian Multihull Championship slated for ABRW Australian Multihull Championship slated for ABRW Some of the largest and fastest multihulls set for Airlie Beach Race Week 2019 Some of the largest and fastest multihulls, both catamarans and trimarans, will descend on Whitsunday Sailing Club's (WSC) Airlie Beach Race Week Festival of Sailing to compete in the 2019 Australian Multihull Championship, to be held from 8-15 August. by Di Pearson Posted 19 Mar 18:37 NZDT Golden Globe Race day 260 Golden Globe Race day 260 Kopar was making 5.1knots, having managed to cover 120 miles Day 260: At 04:00 UTC today, American/Hungarian Istvan Kopar and his Tradewind 35 yacht Puffin was within 250 miles of the finish line and expected to reach Les Sables d'Olonne around 09:00 UTC on Thursday 21st March. by Barry Pickthall, Golden Globe Race Posted 18 Mar 22:54 NZDT Collinson FX: March 18 - US/China Trade rolls on Collinson FX: March 18 - US/China Trade rolls on The AUD held 0.7080, while NZD traded 0.6840, although NZ preoccupied and shocked by terror hit The UK is in a disastrous predicament with no easy way out. The disconnect between the people (who voted to Leave) and the ruling class (who majority want to Remain) will end in tears. by Collinson FX Posted 18 Mar 15:21 NZDT Left Languishing Left Languishing Trophies, are somewhat different from boats. They don't tend to deteriorate quite so badly Trophies are somewhat different from boats. They don't tend to deteriorate quite so badly when they get left alone for ages. Case in point, the Sayonara Cup. It has had several periods in its life when it has been left to its own devices. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 18 Mar 12:00 NZDT 50 days to 50 knots 50 days to 50 knots The countdown to San Francisco SailGP starts now In just under 50 days, SailGP will debut on U.S. waters, expecting to break sailing's elusive 50-knot barrier (60 mph) when its six supercharged F50s take flight on San Francisco Bay. by SailGP Posted 18 Mar 02:12 NZDT 18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour 2019 18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour 2019 Corinne Feldman crowned in traditional Sydney skiff season closer Corinne Feldman today became the 2019 18ft Skiff Queen of Sydney Harbour when she teamed with Jack Sprague, Tim Narborough and her son, Josh Feldman on Dal Zotto to win the Australian 18 Footers League's time-honoured Queen of the Harbour race. by Frank Quealey Posted 17 Mar 20:37 NZDT Melges 14 at Olympic One Person Dinghy Sea Trials Melges 14 at Olympic One Person Dinghy Sea Trials Melges' Eddie Cox was on the ground in Valencia Melges' Eddie Cox was on the ground at the Sea Trials for the selection of Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition Men's and Women's One Person Dinghy Events which took place between 11th and 14th March in Valencia. by Sail-World.com Posted 17 Mar 09:14 NZDT North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails at Newport Shipyard, Star R&D, The Ocean Race, M32: Get Onboard This new sales office headed up by Superyacht Sales Expert Mike Toppa is located in the heart of the vibrant Newport Shipyard. by North Sails Posted 17 Mar 01:00 NZDT Ambassadors chosen to represent the city of Zhuhai Ambassadors chosen to represent the city of Zhuhai 18 brave adventurers chosen after a tough three day selection process The candidates, who went through a tough three day selection process, hosted by the Zhuhai Jiuzhou Holdings Group and a delegation from the Clipper Race, will become Zhuhai Ambassadors in the upcoming edition. by Kathryn Pridie Posted 17 Mar 01:00 NZDT Evaluation Trials Footnote from RS Sailing Evaluation Trials Footnote from RS Sailing World Sailing Olympic One Person Dinghy Sea Trials close in Valencia The Evaluation Team asked the manufacturers and Classes taking part not to release reports during the trials in order to avoid biased views influencing the panel. The RS Aero team complied with that request... by RS Sailing Posted 16 Mar 20:00 NZDT Challenger of Record reiterates challenger support Challenger of Record reiterates challenger support Following the press release sent out by the Defender on 15th March Following the press release sent out by the Defender in the early hours of 15 March, regarding most recent decision of the Arbitration Panel, the Challenger of Record wishes to clarify that New York Yacht Club was within their right to pursue their case by America's Cup Media Posted 16 Mar 19:34 NZDT Podcast: The Most Futuristic and Retro Boats Podcast: The Most Futuristic and Retro Boats Part 2 of Andy Rice & Mark Jardine's RYA Dinghy Show 2019 discussion In our second podcast about the RYA Dinghy Show, Andy Rice and Mark Jardine discuss some of the boats that caught their eye. From top-end speedsters like the Lithium International Moth and the foiler for beginners - Flying Mantis. by Andy Rice Posted 16 Mar 06:35 NZDT Finn Week strongly supported in Auckland Finn Week strongly supported in Auckland Fifteen Finn sailors contested the Auckland Championships followed by the Nationals at Maretai Fifteen Finn sailors contested the Auckland Championships from the iconic Tamaki YC on 4&5 March followed by the Nationals at Maraetai SC from 8-10 March. by Karl Purdie Posted 16 Mar 00:06 NZDT Two sailors to tackle the 2020 Vendée Globe Two sailors to tackle the 2020 Vendée Globe Amongst the newcomers to the IMOCA class They are among the newcomers to the IMOCA class. Maxime Sorel, 32, and Clément Giraud, 38, come from different backgrounds, but share the same dream. They wish to take part in the 2020 Vendée Globe. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 15 Mar 23:31 NZDT America's Cup Arb Panel rules Late Entries valid America's Cup Arb Panel rules Late Entries valid Late entries frustrated by anti-competitive action The America's Cup Arbitration Panel decision finds all three Late Entry challenges to be valid. Anti-competitive action has caused further delays and uncertainty for the teams and frustrated the Challenger of Record and the Defender by America's Cup media Posted 15 Mar 12:21 NZDT Yachting NZ speaks out on superyacht gouging Yachting NZ speaks out on superyacht gouging Yachting New Zealand have joined the growing opposition to a proposal to impose high anchorage fees Yachting New Zealand have joined the growing opposition to a proposal to impose high anchorage fees on superyachts intending to visit for the 2021 Amercia's Cup. by Michael Brown, Yachting NZ Posted 14 Mar 21:05 NZDT Westlake Boys win Harken National High Schools Westlake Boys win Harken National High Schools The Westlake Boys High School team helmed by Robbie McCutcheon have prevailed at the 2019 Harken Nat The Westlake Boys High School team helmed by Robbie McCutcheon have prevailed at the 2019 Harken National Secondary Schools National Championships. by Andrew Delves – RNZYS PR & Communications Manager Posted 14 Mar 15:54 NZDT CYCA first National Sailing League entry CYCA first National Sailing League entry CYCA first National Sailing League entry The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, highly-regarded both in offshore and youth match racing circles, is the first club to enter a team for the April National Sailing League Final in Sydney. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted 14 Mar 15:14 NZDT Am Cup Defenders react to new superyacht fees Am Cup Defenders react to new superyacht fees The NZ Marine Industry, supported by Emirates Team NZ has spoken out strongly about proposed charges The NZ Marine Industry, supported by Emirates Team New Zealand has spoken out strongly about proposals to introduce an "Anchoring Tax" for visiting superyachts to the 36th America's Cup in Auckland. by NZMIA/ETNZ/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 14 Mar 15:13 NZDT Bag it Up with Rooster Bag it Up with Rooster New in for 2019, the 90L Wheeled Carry All, Laptop BackPack and 10L Dry Bag New in for 2019, the 90L Wheeled Carry All, Laptop BackPack and 10L Dry Bag. Ideal for wet/dry kit management, the 90L Wheeled Carry All features a large mesh end pocket allowing wet kit to drain out. by Rooster Sailing Posted 14 Mar 07:00 NZDT Lebalang's remarkable success story Lebalang's remarkable success story There are not many as inspiring stories as that of Lebalang Molobele When Lebalang was selected from over 200 applicants to become part of an 8-person South African tag team who sailed on board the Invest Africa team in the Clipper 2013-14 Race, the realities of the challenge soon began to sink in for the then 22-year-old. by Julia Fry Posted 14 Mar 05:30 NZDT Capri Classica: A bespoke regatta for schooners Capri Classica: A bespoke regatta for schooners The world's largest and most beautiful classic schooners will line up off Capri The ISA, the Circolo del Remo e della Vela Italia and the Yacht Club Capri, with the support of the International Maxi Association (IMA), have launched the Capri Classica which will take place over 8-12 May, just before Capri Rolex Sailing Week. by International Maxi Association Posted 14 Mar 05:06 NZDT Welcome to the Melges 14 World League Welcome to the Melges 14 World League Officially kicked off with the Midwinters now in the books With the 2019 Melges 14 Midwinter Championship now in the books, the Melges 14 World League has officially kicked off! by Hannah Noll Posted 14 Mar 02:00 NZDT Ten places left for Finns at Tokyo 2020 Ten places left for Finns at Tokyo 2020 Full qualification system for the Olympic Games has been published by World Sailing The Finn class will have 19 places in Tokyo. Eight places (40%) were awarded in 2018 and seven events over the next 14 months will decide the remaining 10. by Robert Deaves Posted 14 Mar 00:22 NZDT Lion New Zealand returns after $1million refit Lion New Zealand returns after $1million refit Lion New Zealand is safely back in the water after completing a major million-dollar refit Nearly two years after her arrival at Yachting Developments in May 2017, Lion New Zealand is safely back in the water after completing a major million-dollar refit at the yard. You or your club/organisation can help to defray the outstanding refit cost. by Ellie Brade/NZ Sailing Trust Posted 13 Mar 20:42 NZDT The sailor Made for Water The sailor Made for Water We speak to Alan Roberts Alan Roberts is a wide-ranging watersports enthusiast, offshore sailor, dinghy sailor, SUP-er and kayaker - someone who uses a diverse range of kit while out on the water. by Mark Jardine Posted 13 Mar 19:30 NZDT Save the date: Yacht Racing Forum 2019 Save the date: Yacht Racing Forum 2019 The leading annual conference for sailing business and yacht racing will take place in Bilbao, Spain The 12th edition of the Forum will once again provide a unique opportunity to network, debate the future of the sport and make business. by Yacht Racing Forum Posted 13 Mar 19:06 NZDT 2024 Olympics: Four classes trial for Marseille 2024 Olympics: Four classes trial for Marseille Sea Trials for the selection of Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition Sea Trials for the selection of Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition Men's and Women's One Person Dinghy Events commenced on 11 March in Valencia, Spain. by World Sailing/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 13 Mar 15:58 NZDT Buckland and McDiarmid reflect on JJ Giltinans Buckland and McDiarmid reflect on JJ Giltinans Seven times winner of the JJ's Andrew Buckland and Honda's David McDiarmid reflect on Kiwi dominance In the 2019 JJ Giltinan series NZ's Honda Marine won the JJ's with a race to spare and dominated the series with five wins from nine races, seven times winner Andrew Buckland, and winning skipper David McDiarmid looks at the reasons why. by Richard Gladwell Posted 13 Mar 15:14 NZDT
Boat Books Australia FOOTERHALLSPARS_BANNER_SW_660X82-EVAIProtector - 660 x 82