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Big Fleet contests Annual Finn Event - CRC Finn Masters By Ray Hall, Auckland , 5:36 PM Mon 13 Feb 2012
18 Finns and great sailing conditions greeted the competitors at the 2012 CRC Waiuku Finn Masters on the weekend. Entrants came from Auckland, Christchurch, New Plymouth and Thames for this annual regatta which always provides tight and keen racing combined with an excellent social atmosphere. Day 1 saw 4 races in SW breezes of 10-12knts. It was clear the standard in the fleet continues to impr ...[more]

Harken Youth International: Steele takes the lead into Round Robin 2 By Melanie Benton, 7:35 PM Sun 12 Feb 2012
Former World Optimist Champion, Chris Steele from the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has moved up the leader board, winning all of his five matches today. With a total of ten wins overall he is one point clear of Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron’s Jordan Reece, who also posted an impressive five wins from five matches today. ...[more]

Coltman leads Day 1 of Harken International Youth Match Racing By Sara Tucker, Auckland , 8:10 PM Sat 11 Feb 2012
Tim Coltman representing the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club leads Day 1 with six wins out of his six races. Coltman commented on his day 'Yes, it was good on the score sheet but we had some very close racing against the Auckland boys and CYCA team.' ...[more]

Images of the Waitemata: Southern Trust Classic Yachts Regatta By Colin Preston, 10:05 AM Sat 11 Feb 2012
Sail-World's Colin Preston was on hand yetserday evening to catch the J-class Endeavour being loaded aboard a yacht transporter, and took in some of the classic yacht fleet in the Viaduct Harbour for the Southern Trust Classic Yachts Regatta ...[more]

Sail Auckland 2012: Light airs plague racing on final day By Kristine Lederis, 8:50 PM Tue 7 Feb 2012
The final day of Sail Auckland 2012 was plagued by light winds and extremely shifty conditions. There were no races completed today in the 470, 420, Laser, Laser Radial and Finn, so final results in those divisions are the ones that remain from yesterday. The RS:X, SKUD 18 and 2.4mR were the lucky three classes to finish both of their races as scheduled, and the 29er and 49er skiffs had just one ...[more]

Sail Auckland 2012's Penultimate race day By Kristine Lederis, Auckland , 1:46 AM Tue 7 Feb 2012
Just one day remains for Sail Auckland 2012, New Zealand’s premier Olympic and Paralympic class regatta. Today saw slightly lighter winds and choppy water on most courses due to the influx of Waitangi Day holiday goers enjoying some time on the Waitemata Harbour. ...[more]

New Plymouth Yacht Club hosts Optimist Pre-Nationals By Wayne Holdt, New Plymouth , 7:18 AM Mon 6 Feb 2012
The 2012 Opti Pre Nats have finished with Sam Simpson KYC winning the 68 boat open fleet from Leonard Takahashi Fry MBBC and William McKenzie KYC in third. The regatta was sailed in light winds with five of the six races sailed in the open fleet and all four races sailed in the green fleet. ...[more]

America's Cup: Emirates TNZ and Luna Rossa race in Auckland + Video By Richard Gladwell, 9:17 PM Sun 5 Feb 2012
Auckland's America's Cup fans got the chance, today, to see what they have missed, with the no-show of an expected event in the America's Cup World Series. On the inner harbour course, familiar to many as a match racing track, bounded on its southern side by a number of vantage points, spectators got the chance to view at first hand, the two Auckland based America's Cup teams going head to head ...[more]

NZL Sailing Team lead at Sail Auckland after Day 2 By Christine Lederis, 8:16 PM Sun 5 Feb 2012
Sail Auckland 2012 is now half completed and the results are starting to take shape for competitive finishes. New Zealand’s selected Olympians for 2012 are all proving their status as top in their fleet of NZ, and two National Champions are about to emerge as favourable conditions continued today. ...[more]

Sail Auckland 2012 begins with ideal conditions By Kristine Lederis, 7:04 PM Sat 4 Feb 2012
After much anticipation, Sail Auckland 2012 has begun in near perfect conditions for 237 sailors in the Olympic, Paralympic and other invited classes. ...[more]

470 Junior Worlds: Italy and Netherlands win Mens and Womens + Video By Christine Hansen, 3:52 PM Fri 3 Feb 2012
The 2012 470 Junior Worlds hosted by Auckland City's Takapuna Boating Club, and sailed on the Waitemata Harbour came to a close today. Afrodite Kyranakou and Jeske Kisters of Netherlands held onto their top position and became the Women's Junior World Champions. In the Mixed/Men's fleet the Italian crew Simon Sivitz and Jas Farneti cemented their dominance of the regatta ...[more]

470 Junior Worlds: Day 6 - Light winds get lighter By Christine Hansen, 10:34 PM Thu 2 Feb 2012
At Takapuna Boating Club the 2012 470 Junior World Championship day began very quietly with no wind, no sun and a light drizzle of warm rain. Sailors left the shore around 11am when there was a hint of a breeze and by midday the first attempt at eleventh race of the twelve race series was underway. ...[more]

Sunburst Nationals at Wakatere : Wellington's Linton wins By Nigel Price, Wakatere Boating Club , 6:13 PM Thu 2 Feb 2012
The final race of the seven race series at the 2012 Sunburst Nationals, sailed at Wakatere Boating Club, was run on Monday 30th January, and doubled as an Anniversary Day Regatta official race. The nominal start time delayed to 11.00 am to allow the Anniversary Day Regatta Tug Boat Race to go by, as this went through the course area. ...[more]

Olympic representatives shine at New Zealand National Laser Champs. By Edmund Tam, Wellington , 5:49 PM Tue 31 Jan 2012
The New Zealand 2012 Laser Olympic representatives, Andrew Murdoch and Sara Winther, confirmed their class by winning their respective divisions at the Laser National Championships held in Worser Bay Wellington. Both sailors continued from where they left off after successes at the recent ISAF World Championships in Perth. ...[more]

Local sailor wins Europe Dinghy Global Veteran Cup in Bay of Islands By Andy Greager, Bay of Islands Yacht Club , 4:56 PM Tue 31 Jan 2012
Bringing the Global Veteran Cup to New Zealand has renewed local interest in the International Europe Dinghy Class which since its days as Olympic single-handed dinghy for women has been sailed mostly on the South Island. The First Global Veteran Cup that was held outside Europe attracted a mixed fleet of 17 Veterans representing four countries and three continents. As usual, the hosting team was ...[more]

470 Junior Worlds: Italian crew notch another two wins By Kristine Lederis, Auckland , 4:47 PM Tue 31 Jan 2012
Four days of racing have now been completed at the 470 Junior World Championships at Takapuna Boating Club on Auckland’s North Shore, and two more days of full racing remain before Friday’s medal races for the top ten boats in each fleet. The Italian duo of Simon Sivitz Kosuta and Jas Farneti are leaps and bounds ahead in the Men’s fleet, winning every race except the very first. The pair of t ...[more]

470 Junior Worlds: Blasting down the back straight By Richard Gladwell, 8:03 PM Mon 30 Jan 2012
The final reach to the finish line is always a great piece of action for sailing photographers - none more so than today in the 470 Junior World Championships off Takapuna Beach, Auckland City. Sail-World's camera caught the front end of the fleet on the final charge to the finish line in a beautiful Takapuna seabreeze. ...[more]

470 Junior Worlds: Italians continue to dominate By Christine Hansen, 6:42 PM Mon 30 Jan 2012
Italian sailing duo Simon Sivitz and Jas Farneti continue to dominate at the 2012 470 Junior Worlds, hosted by Takapuna Boating Club, Auckland City, New Zealand. Sailed on the inner Hauraki Gulf, off picturesque Takapuna Beach and Rangitoto Island, a varied set of summer, and not so-summer conditions prevailed. ...[more]

Global Ocean Race: Southern Ocean and Cape Horn lie ahead for Fields By Ivor Wilkins, 6:57 PM Sun 29 Jan 2012
With more than 6,000 miles of the planet’s most hostile ocean ahead of them, the Global Ocean Racing fleet left Wellington in unusually benign conditions today. Despite its daunting reputation for storm force winds and massive waves, overall race leaders Ross and Campbell Field of Team Buckley Systems were looking forward to the Southern Ocean blast to Cape Horn. ...[more]

Sunburst Nationals 2012 : Day 1 - Three wins for Wellington crew By Nigel Price, Wakatere Boating Club , 5:43 PM Sun 29 Jan 2012
The first day of the Sunburst 2012 Nationals has been dominated by Wellington Sailmaker Brett Linton, sailing with daughter Alice, who won the three races convincingly. Sailing conditions have been good with a gusty southwesterly wind up to about 20 knots in the Rangitoto Channel race area off Narrow Neck beach in Auckland. ...[more]

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