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Opua boat Wetherley rounds the Ninepin, skippered by regatta founders and current volunteers Nina and Tony Kiff

Another record-breaking year for CRC Bay of Islands Sailing Week

Previous records for entry numbers continue to tumble as NZ’s biggest multi-day regatta heads into its 18th year. With 128 entries confirmed for CRC Bay of Islands Sailing Week,...
Day 5 Brydens Lawyers_Mark Rothfield

Sutech Musto breezes back into lead on a good ol’ day

With a snowy-haired squadron of 16ft skiff ol’ boys watching intently from the club veranda, the young guns of the class gave a sublime exhibition of power sailing in...
2020 Sabre Nationals

Fluky conditions shake up the top of the table at 2020 Sabre Nationals

A race win to the previously fifth-placed Murray O'Brien has slingshot him into contention for the 2020 Sabre National Championship, as an uncharacteristically fluky day in Wallaroo shook things...
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Twin wins put wind up leaders at 16ft skiff nationals

A surprise ‘daily double’ by Newcastle Financial Planning Group (NFPG) has put the wind up the leading contenders in the 2020 Australian 16ft and 13ft Skiff Championships at Port...
A strong fleet of 29ers participated in the recent nationals at Blairgowrie

Galbraith and Zeeman take out Aussie 29er title, while Kiwis clinch regatta win

The Australian 29er Nationals came down to a thrilling finish on the final day of racing yesterday as Tasmanians Charlie Zeeman and Ethan Galbraith held on to clinch an...
d’Albora Climate Action Now yacht

First all-female double handed team place first in their division in the 2019 Melbourne...

The first all-female double handed team d’Albora Climate Action Now placed first in the double handed division, second on the IRC handicap, third on the PHS handicap and fourth...
The OK Dinghy fleet has seen a total of 32 entries

Overall results begin to take shape at 2020 Adelaide National Regatta

National championships for the Finn, OK Dinghy and Mosquito Catamaran classes have started to take shape with overall results for each class allowing a few event favourites to emerge.
Stronger winds of Race 5_Mark Rothfield

TED lands a 1-2 punch on Day 3 at Australian 16ft skiff titles

There were more ‘lefts’ and ‘rights’ thrown than in a pub stoush during the 2020 Australian 16ft and 13ft Skiff Championships at Port Stephens today, with the fleet going...
J Gratton in Hoodoo racing in the 2020 Sabre Nationals

Alan Riley takes the early lead in 2020 Sabre Nationals at Wallaroo Sailing Club

Victorian Alan Riley, sailing Maybe Not, has jumped ahead of the pack after the first two days of championship racing at the 2020 Sabre Nationals at the Wallaroo Sailing...

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