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Final Day

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The day started quiet, then the wind came in at speed from the NE – 15knots at the moment with all fleets on the water. Day Five Report Once again a late start to the day with plenty of games and music on the beach to help kill time. We managed to complete RR3 for Silver and Gold fleets. Repechages […]

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Day 3 – A Waiting Game

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Today the wind conditions re-enforced that racing is a waiting game!  The wind was very slow in arriving and whilst we got on the water at the planned time this morning racing was delayed till late in the morning. The wind didn’t stay for long and continued to evade us even with the clouds that loomed in the distance these […]

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Results of Repechages

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DAY TWO REPORT:The wind wasn’t too flash today with the AP flag up until after 11 and the end of the day called early at 3.45pm due to dying wind. All fleets have managed to get through their repechage races and now it’s down to racing.  With limited opportunity for great sailing conditions it made it hard to achieve lots of racing […]

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Reminder to Teams entered Nationals

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We have 32 teams entered for this year’s regatta. A few reminders for the lead up & before the holidays start. Registration and weigh-in Saturday 21 April 1400 – 1730 at the Mahurangi East Community Centre, Hamatana Road, Snells Beach. Briefing will also be at the Community Centre, the doors will open just before 6pm. As per the NOR, there will be daily briefings at 8:15am […]

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Lower NIs & SIs

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More pics from Lake Hood on Facebook. DAY 2 Lake Hood – News from Ross, as he & Derry wearily wait for a delayed flight at 8pm Sunday. One full RR for 8 teams, then two more RRs for a gold & silver split, with a repercharge in between. Final result:-  Christchurch Boys Timaru boys Nelson combo St. Andrews Christs […]

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Final Wrap from Top of the South – full sets of results

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The regatta was pretty trying for the first two days (both for sailors and the officials) with an unusual easterly weather pattern for Nelson. This brought rain, cold temperatures and shifty winds with the course being set in the lee of the Port Hills beside the harbour. Thankfully the breeze came through on the Saturday (along with the sun) from our natural Northerly […]

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