Category Archives: General

Umpires Course 2021

NZTSA are happy to publish that we will be running an umpires training course just prior to the school’s national championships in April. Provisional dates for the course will be the 24th & 25th of April, the weekend immediately preceding the nationals week. This is being run in co-ordination with Yachting NZ and is a great idea to do for […]

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Lockdown Virtual Team Sailing Regatta

Thanks to some excellent team work by Matthew Smith at Whangarei, 5 teams entered a virtual team regatta involving informal teams from Whangarei Boys [2], Whangarei Girls, Mahurangi and Kerikeri High School. The format involved a draw of 20 races set at specific times by Matthew. The draw obviously listed who sailed against whom, the time of the race and […]

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2019 G.J.Gardner NZ Open Team Sailing National Championship Kerikeri Cruising Club

Queen’s Birthday Weekend saw a very successful Second G.J. Gardner Open Team Sailing Championship held at Kerikeri Cruising Club. This event is about keeping everyone involved in team racing post school days, however open entry encourages teams to find additional sailors. The Team names reflected this spirit being Knot Likely, Sucking Fail, Thievery, Young Guns, Wasted Seamen, RNZYS, Reach Arounds, […]

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November Update & SSNats NOR

This year’s Interdoms was a great success for all involved, with the NZ teams winning the Interdom Trophy. Adelaide’s Westminster School was the top Open team and Napier Girls’ High School the winning girls’ team – for full results refer results tab. The 2019 Interdoms will be held at Sandy Bay Sailing Club in Hobart in July (13-17). The next […]

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Spring Regatta

The Spring Regatta is the first Team Sailing Regatta for the coming season.  Six teams competed, 2 teams from Kerikeri High School, 2 teams from Mahurangi College and the Whangarei Boys High and Whangarei Girls High teams.  Wednesday and Thursday were ideal conditions with 6 to 12 knot breezes.  Friday brought  15 to 25 knots which was more challenging.  All […]

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