Category Archives: Secondary School Nationals

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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February News

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The 2018 Secondary Schools Team Sailing Championship, will be held 21st – 27thApril, at Algies Bay. YNZ has recently granted New Zealand representative team status to the winning team at Nationals should they attend the Interdominion Championships. Note that the closing date for entries is 28th March, which is just before Easter and before some regional events have been held. Entries […]

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2018 SSNats Venue

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Due to rising costs and in an effort to keep the event affordable, it has been decided that the 2018 Secondary Schools Team Sailing National Championships will be held at Algies Bay, from Saturday 21 April to Friday 27 April. (Registration and Briefing on Saturday afternoon, with sailing from Sunday). The NOR should be available early in Term 4. For […]

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LAST DAY DONE AND DUSTED

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Well that’s it folks!  Another year of team sailing completed.  It’s all over, bar the after match-party and the formal dinner.  It all came down to the last couple of races, with some very close racing finishing the week. Crazy team sailing stats were: 36 teams, approx. 250 students, more than 50 coaches, umpires and race management.  42 – 420’s […]

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Day 5 & Counting

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What a great day.  After a short delay the breeze filled in as predicted to get racing started.  Then exactly as forecast it shifted to require the resetting of the courses, but was then pretty much steady for the day.  This made for solid close racing on the course, but some were challenged by the slight chop. Great sportsmanship was […]

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