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    Well done Emirates Team NZ! What an amazing regatta - and an awesome way to showcase to the world what we have to offer. Thanks to all the team and volunteers who made this event so special - we're so proud of you all

    Published 21:04 on 15 Mar 2021

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    AA Solar Gulf Race 1

    Course 18 was selected for Race 1 of the AA Solar Gulf Series. This allowed the fleet to get around & back for the Prada Cup racing & before the breeze dropped away. Memphis won the line leaving the fleet in her wake, but all close enough, in the light airs, to shake hands with Richard Brown (RO) & his crew on Olympus. A beat up to Long Bay northern marker involved

    Published 20:36 on 24 Feb 2021

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    Burnsco Cruising Race 6

    9 boats took to the start line set by Colin and Kirsty Mitten, thanks guys for that. The start was delayed by 5 minutes due to Weiti starting their race at 10.00 also using channel 77 and causing a little confusion, good call Colin and Kirsty After a good start with a nice breeze crews were enjoying the conditions for about an hour or so before the wind deserted the fleet leaving everyone becalmed.

    Published 02:20 on 15 Feb 2021

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    Race to Saddle Island

    Gulf Harbour Yacht Club joined up with Manly Sailing Club, Whangaparaoa, NZ for the annual Saddle Island race, offering both young and novice sailors a new experience on a keel boat. Whilst a flotilla of dinghies set sail from Manly beach the keel boats sailed 'around the outside' of the peninsular from Gulf Harbour Marina to all meet and share experiences in Sullivan's Bay. Thanks to everyone who contributed to make this annual

    Published 02:16 on 15 Feb 2021

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    Burnsco Cruising Race 6

    Planned destination: Rakino (Course 8, see Sailing Instructions)
    Activities: BBQ ashore
    Start: 10am

    Published 07:29 on 12 Feb 2021

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    Night Race to Mahurangi

    This year's Burnsco Night Race to Mahurangi with Weiti Boating Club saw a fleet of 24 boats sailing north to witness the spectacle of the annual #mahaurangiregatta . After a drifter of a downwind start the breeze kicked in through Tiri passage and the fleet enjoying cracked sheets to our destination. The amazing regatta brass band and crowds on the beach provided an awesome backdrop for our prize giving with

    Published 19:30 on 4 Feb 2021

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    Burnsco Cruising Weekend December 12 & 13 December

    Planned destination: Kawau via Motuora Bon Accord

    1400 "Cricket" at Mansion House Bay
    1630-1700 BBQ at Mansion House Bay including Christmas sing-along

    Published 04:12 on 11 Dec 2020

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    Burnsco Cruising Race 3

    20 boats turned out for Burnsco Cruising Race 3, despite a forecast for strong winds. Choppy seas met the boats departing the marina as 11 GHYC boats headed to Arkles Bay, joining the 9 WBC boats for an interesting start with some very close encounters. The predicted SW blew at a steady 20 25 kts providing a long reach to the Rakino channel, where conditions became very gusty on the Motutapu side of the

    Published 04:02 on 2 Dec 2020

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    Barfoot & Thompson Race 2

    The second race in the Barfoot & Thompson Two Handed Series was definitely one to challenge the crew's patience and shifting wind reading skills! It was a drifter of a start with the first mark seeing plenty of changes in lead and even some masthead halyard repairs on the go on First Priority! Then after the upwind leg to Marine North the sea breeze kicked in beautifully for the beat down to McKenzie Buoy followed

    Published 22:10 on 15 Nov 2020

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    Music Night

    What a privilege it was to have young musicians from Whangaparaoa College at the yacht club last week. It was the first time that the junior band, the jazz combo, the choir and the big band had performed at a venue this year, due to C-19. It was an absolute joy to witness their dedication and tremendous talent and to have the club filled with their youthful exuberance. There was hardly a dry eye

    Published 03:02 on 13 Nov 2020

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