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  • Race Cancellations

    The following scheduled races are cancelled:
    29th March - Barfoot and Thompson Series Race 4, 5th April - Fairway Bay Gulf Series Race 4, 10th April - Burnsco Cruising Series Race 9 (Easter), 25th April Burnsco Cruising Race 10

    Published 02:40 on 27 Mar 2020

  • Club Temporary Closure

    Gulf Harbour Yacht Club will temporarily close its doors effective immediately following the announcement from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern that the nation has moved to Level 3 and will move to Level 4 at 11.59 pm on Wednesday. All sailing activities are cancelled and all other club events and functions are postponed until further notice. The club rooms will be closed. Please ensure you follow the guidelines set out by the government to

    Published 23:55 on 23 Mar 2020

  • Covid-19

    The yacht club will remain open to members only until further notice. No outside events will be permitted. Ministry of Health guidelines regarding hygiene will be adhered to.

    Published 01:09 on 20 Mar 2020

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    Final race of Taylor & Co Series

    Last night was Race 8 of the Taylor and Co Lawyers Ladies Twilight Series to finish off a great season. Big thanks to Mike Lanigan as Race series Coordinator with Warren and Igor as support. Prior to the start the wind was a little unsettled, with a debate for race Control, over whether the wind would settle in as westerly or southwesterly - Course 3 with Starboard Roundings was selected in the nick

    Published 20:17 on 12 Mar 2020

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    Marsden Cove Race

    Congratulations to Planet X for winning the A3 Division of Route 66 with Richmond Yacht Club & Onerahi Yacht Club. Planet X set a personal/course best time over the ~55 NM race from Gulf Habour to Marsden Cove. Podium positions: 1st -Planet X (Line & Handicap) 2nd - First Priority, 3rd - Glory Days

    Published 21:25 on 8 Mar 2020

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    Taylor and Co Lawyers Ladies Twilight Series Race 7

    Race 7 of the Taylor and Co Lawyers Ladies Twilight Series with golden skies for the penultimate race of the series. A stable high pressure system gave a light warm wind from the North. Race Officer Miles Cross selected Course 1, with a downwind start and Starboard roundings. Share Delight and Glory Days hit the line for a good start, with the Enigma girls a bit late but ready for a swift hoist

    Published 19:55 on 27 Feb 2020

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    Barfoot and Thompson Series Race 2

    Race 2 of the Barfoot and Thompson GHYC- WBC combined Double-Handed Series set off this morning into light airs to the south. Taking into consideration a building SW breeze, Race Control set the fleet off with Course 5 to leave Rangitoto to Port, & additionally hoisted the diagonally stripy yellow and red Y -flag for crews to don their life-jackets. By the time the fleet was down to Takapuna the fleet had split

    Published 19:54 on 23 Feb 2020

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    Gulf Harbour Marina Series Race 8

    Race 8 of the Gulf Harbour Marina 2019-2020 Twilight Series. Although Planet X wasn't afloat tonight, Club Captain Miles Cross has been keeping Olympus in shipshape to allow helm Peter Cook, & ROs Linda & John Parrish to operate efficiently. Course 2 was selected with the 8 -13knt SW breeze. Early arrival of several boats for the start line had crews reducing speed and running the line. First Priority, with a

    Published 19:55 on 20 Feb 2020

  • GHYC Gulf Series

    Race 2 of the GHYC Gulf Series, The Gannet Rock Trophy, Course 3 was set by our Race Management; Start, McKenzie Buoy (P), Shearer Rock Buoy (P), Gulf Buoy (S) to Finish. A fairly even reaching start, most boats opting for an Extra and enjoying the ride to the first mark, some cracking speeds... Conditions: North East 15 knots, and with a reasonable sea to push through after McKenzie Buoy, most boats opted to work

    Published 00:58 on 18 Feb 2020

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    Saddle Island Keel Boat Race

    A favourable SW breeze gave the fleet a comfortable lay of the GH Buoy. The next leg was downwind to navy buoy, boats splitting either side of the lay line as they gull-winged towards the Tiri Channel. Following a reach up the Channel, a deep reach took them north of Wellington Rock, hardening up to make the yellow buoy north of Coal Mine bay before the final downwind leg to the finish at Sullivans Bay.

    Published 04:03 on 12 Feb 2020

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