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Two Handed Round NZ Race: Expedition Coppelia leads on Day 2 of Leg 3 By Aston Garrett, 3:53 AM Fri 16 Mar 2012
All boats making good progress north in moderate breeze overnight. The fleet has closed in and Expedition Coppelia is currently leading the fleet for the first time in the race. Surreal is close behind in second place and Sunstone bringing up the rear is first in IRC. ...[more]

Kiwis going well at half way mark of Laser Master Worlds By Kristine Lederis, Auckland , 2:39 PM Wed 14 Mar 2012
After three days of racing in Sunny Queensland, several kiwis are proving their form at the Laser World Masters. Championships. New Zealanders are in the top six of every Laser Standard or Laser Radial division. NZ is not represented in the smaller Laser 4.7 fleet, but spread amongst the other divisions is 22 Kiwi sailors from all around the country. ...[more]

Splash Nationals Bay of Islands: Age limit change for Splash Class By Neil Deverell, Waitangi , 6:34 PM Tue 13 Mar 2012
If your teenage son or daughter has left home and you find your Splash sailing dinghy is still sitting in the garage maybe it’s your turn to give it a go The Splash class has opened the age limit to older sailors in the hope of building numbers in National and international events ...[more]

Harken Schools Regatta 2012 Champions St.Kentigern College By Sara Tucker, Auckland , 9:17 PM Mon 12 Mar 2012
What a difference a drop makes! In a nail biting finish to the Harken Schools Fleet Racing Regatta, between the two St.Kentigern College and KeriKeri High Schools teams, the final results were a tie for first place and only 1 point difference between the top six crews. Michelle Tait and her crew of Jake Tyndall, Jess Allen & Joseph Kearney were the winners on countback and the 2012 Harken ...[more]

2012 Sanders Cup: Closely contested challenge fought out in Taupo By David Brown, Lake Taupo , 9:06 PM Mon 12 Mar 2012
The Sanders Cup holds a special place New Zealand Yachting History. It is the oldest trophy sailed for in New Zealand under it's original inception. It is the only remaining senior interprovincial challenge competition still sailed for today. Since the inaugural races in 1921 it has been sailed for every year with the exception of 1942-45. ...[more]

Competition fierce at 2012 Knight Frank Young 88 South Island Champs By Craig Edwards, Christchurch , 8:45 PM Mon 12 Mar 2012
As the start signal sounded for the final of the seven race series three boats were still in the running to take out this year’s Knight Frank South Island Young 88 Championship. The event sailed on Akaroa Harbour provided a range of challenging conditions and a closely fought contest. ...[more]

Harken Schools Regatta - 14 teams, 10 races completed on Day 1 By Sara Tucker, Auckland , 9:09 PM Sun 11 Mar 2012
A fantastic day on the water with 10 races completed, five for Group A and five for Group B in the Harken Schools Regatta. Leading group A with a perfect scorecard of 5 wins is the St. Kentigern College team of Michelle Tait, Jake Tyndall, Jess Allen and Joseph Kearney. ...[more]

Two Handed Around New Zealand Race: Update from Stewart Island By Aston Garrett, 9:09 AM Sat 10 Mar 2012
Latest update from the Two Man Round New Zealand race, issued by SSANZ on 8 March 2012. Danaide, Pelagian and Expedition Coppelia are still navigating the treacherous waters (distance to finish respective). Panther, in Nelson, have now officially dropped out of the race along with Krakatoa II, leaving 8 boats remaining in the fleet. ...[more]

Knight Frank South Island Young88 Champs - Rebuilding In Canterbury By Craig Edwards, Christchurch , 6:23 PM Thu 8 Mar 2012
Christchurch yachts are expected to be at the fore at this weekend’s Knight Frank South Island Young 88 Champs in Akaroa. The event being hosted by Akaroa Yacht Club is billed as the best class keel boat sailing outside of Auckland. Up to 8 teams from Canterbury, Dunedin and Wellington are expected at the event to be raced over 2 days. The 7 race series will be sailed under strict class rules en ...[more]

Will Tiller and crew win the 2012 NZ Keel Boat Championships. By Tom Macky, 8:59 PM Wed 7 Mar 2012
The 2012 NZ Keel Boat Championships were run on the third & 4th March by Royal Akarana Yacht Club in the one design Farr MRX Fleet. The fleet had talent a plenty with past winners Andrew Wills, Rod Davis from Team NZ, (with Anthony Leighs from Christchurch), and Phil Douglas, (with Pete Waters), sailing. ...[more]

Serious Fun - 2012 Quayside Marine Elliott 5.9 Nationals, Marsden Cove By NZ Elliott 5.9 Class Assn Media, Marsden Cove , 7:35 PM Tue 6 Mar 2012
The 2012 Elliott 5.9 Nationals will be sailed from Thursday March 8 to Sunday March 11 2012 from the Marsden Cove Marina, hosted by Onerahi Yacht Club. The course area will be the waters of Bream Bay, outside the Whangarei harbour. ...[more]

Kiwimatch 'On Tour' By Kiwimatch Media, Auckland , 7:25 PM Tue 6 Mar 2012
New Zealand match racing team, Kiwi Match, have become one of only 9 teams internationally to have qualified for a World Match Racing Tour Card. Team Kiwimatch join fellow New Zealanders, Waka Racing, in the fight to become the World Match Racing Champions, following in the wake of past New Zealand champions Russell Coutts, Chris Dickson, Dean Barker and most recently Adam Minoprio. ...[more]

New name, new look, new dates for Auckland On Water Boat Show By Sail-World, Auckland , 6:00 PM Mon 5 Mar 2012
Auckland International Boat Show has a new name, new branding and new dates. It will now be known as the Auckland On Water Boat Show and will feature new branding that reflects the greater diversity of exhibitors who attend the show and to be more closely aligned with New Zealand’s diverse, world class marine industry. The new dates are September 27 – 30. ...[more]

French Bay Regatta succeeds on all levels By Zoe Hawkins, 2:39 PM Sat 3 Mar 2012
Titirangi’s French Bay Yacht Club hosted 57 centreboarders at its annual regatta on Sunday 25 February, and in the process proved there is little doubt that, in a South-Westerly, the bay is one of the very best places to sail in the City of Sails. Blue skies, flat seas and a moderate breeze greeted the fleet of including a strong travelling contingent from Maraetai and Glendowie Boating Clubs ...[more]

Two Man Round NZ race: May Day issued as weather bomb hits fleet By Sail-World, 12:56 PM Sat 3 Mar 2012
In the second edition of the Two Man Round New Zealand yacht race, Surreal, a Beneteau First 47.7 is leading the fleet and is positioned midway down the west coast of the South Island. She is expected in at finish of the second leg at Stewart Island Sunday night or Monday The weather bomb, which has hit central New Zealand has caused three of fleet to shelter in Golden Bay, at the top of the S ...[more]

Mark Bell wins 2012 North Island Paper Tiger Championships By Rowdy Leatham, Wellington , 7:47 PM Mon 27 Feb 2012
The 2012 North Island Paper Tiger Championships were hosted during the last weekend of February at Stump Bay, Lake Taupo by the Turangi Yacht and Power Boat club. Mark Bell from Ponsonby Cruising Club in Auckland claimed his second Paper Tiger North Island title after sailing a very consistent event including two race victories from the five races completed. ...[more]

Fleet at first stopover in Two Handed Round New Zealand Race + Video By Sail-World, 7:16 PM Sun 26 Feb 2012
The Two handed Round New Zealand Race started yesterday off Westhaven in Auckland's Waitemata Harbour, in a stiff southweserly (offshore) breeze. The fleet enjoyed a fast ride to the first stopover at Mongonui, in the Far North. ...[more]

Etchells Worlds 2012 - Sail-World interviews some of the key players By www.sail-world.com, 3:28 PM Sun 26 Feb 2012
After the last race of the Etchells Worlds 2012 Sail-World.com interviewed the top four place getters dockside at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron - Tom King (Iron Lotus), Graeme Taylor (Magpie), John Bertrand (Triad) and Jud Smith (Roulette), as well as 2010 Sailor of the Year Tom Slingsby (Triad). ...[more]

Etchells Worlds – The 2012 Champion is crowned By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 3:11 PM Sat 25 Feb 2012
The ninth and final race in the 2012 Etchells World Championship was scheduled to start on the Manly Circle at 12 noon, Saturday 25 February. The match up everyone was waiting for was between Tom King (Iron Lotus) and Graeme ‘GT’ Taylor (Magpie), second on the leader board. ...[more]

Etchells Worlds – The 2012 Champion is crowned By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 12:06 PM Sat 25 Feb 2012
The ninth and final race in the 2012 Etchells World Championship was scheduled to start on the Manly Circle at 12 noon, Saturday 25 February. The match up everyone was waiting for was between Tom King (Iron Lotus) and Graeme ‘GT’ Taylor (Magpie), second on the leader board. ...[more]

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