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    Super-charged foiling cats to be tested in Northland

    by  • 4 October 2018 • Uncategorized

    Northland's world-class marine industry has been given a boost with some of the most advanced foiling catamarans in the world to be tested in waters off Bream Bay.Those involved in the developing the super-charged catamarans, which...

    Bream Bay testing ground for new foiling catamarans

    by  • 3 October 2018 • Uncategorized

    Some of the most advanced foiling catamarans in the world will be tested in waters off Northland later this month.SailGP announced overnight new-class wingsailed F50 catamarans will be tested from mid-October off Bream Bay.Warkworth-based...

    Double silver for New Zealand at Enoshima World Cup

    by  • 15 September 2018 • Uncategorized

    It's often said success at the Olympic venue leads to success at the Games themselves and there were some encouraging results in Enoshima today with New Zealand sailors picking up two silver medals.Logan Dunning Beck and Oscar...

    Meech in contention for another World Cup medal

    by  • 14 September 2018 • Uncategorized

    It's a mark of Sam Meech's class that he feels like he's sailing poorly but is still in contention for a medal heading into the final stages of a World Cup regatta.The Olympic bronze medallist was 19th in today's only race in...

    49er pair continue to shine at Enoshima World Cup

    by  • 13 September 2018 • Uncategorized

    Logan Dunning Beck and Oscar Gunn are becoming more accustomed to being among the contenders at major regattas and are in the hunt for a medal after day three at the World Cup in Enoshima.The pair have been sailing in the 49er...

    Mystery surrounds yacht on Christchurch beach

    by  • 13 September 2018 • Uncategorized

    Mystery surrounds how a yacht became marooned on a Christchurch beach last night.The vessel ran aground at New Brighton Beach, about 250m north of the pier, at around 6.30pm yesterday.Onlookers and police say the sailor swam ashore...