This year’s AGM will be held on Tuesday the 28th of June at 7pm in the Wardroom. Pop the date in your diaries. Notice of AGM RPNYC Annual Report 2022 2022 Rules Motion RPNYC Rules – Proposed Changes The following nominations for office have been received and the candidates will be elected to their positions unopposed: Commodore (Dave Roberts) Vice Commodore (Amanda Daysh) Rear Commodore (James Dunlop-Storey) Two board member positions (Tim Hampton – only one nomination) Sailing secretary (Danielle Eagles) Mike West and Mark Gordon have one year remaining on their two-year board terms. Nominations for the remaining board…
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This year’s AGM will be held on Wednesday the 23th of June at 7pm in the Alan Martin room (Wellington Ocean Sports). Pop the date in your diaries now. See the notice below and the key dates. Notice and nomination form The nominations closed on the 26th of May. Nominations have been received as follows for: Commodore – Dave Roberts Vice Commodore – Janine Small (Janine has regrettably withdrawn) Rear Commodore – Conny Rohr Two new board member positions – Mike West and Mark Gordon NOMINATIONS WILL BE CALLED FROM THE FLOOR FOR Vice Commodore Sailing Secretary KEY DATES Annual…
CentrePort is undertaking work to remove a build-up of sand in Wellington Harbour to ensure shipping has sufficient depth to operate, improving safety and efficiency.
The Club’s earthquake strengthening project will begin in May 2021.
Despite the change in alert levels, we remain open and ready to run some awesome sailing events for members.
Radio NZ news item, 2 September 2020 We were really disappointed to learn of KiwiRail’s desire to relocate its Interislander service to Kings Wharf, despite the Future Ports Forum recommending that KiwiRail and Bluebridge both operate from a new terminal at Kaiwharawhara. The Future Ports Forum is made up of The Wellington City Council, Wellington Regional Council, Centreport, NZTA, Bluebridge, and until recently, KiwiRail. KiwiRail’s move to Kings Wharf would support its proposed new rail ferry fleet. The new ships, at approximately 50,000 tonnes, will be nearly three times the size of the existing ship Aratere, and more than twice…
August COVID-19 update: Wardroom closed, prizegiving postponed
Things are slowly getting back to normal
The last couple of months have been quieter for the Board, with Christmas normally being a quite time.
This month has been a busy but successful month, with more success in our earthquake strengthening fundraising campaign, and the renewal of our arrangement with Black & Gold Events to manage the Wardroom.