Browsing: Regular Season


Bay of Many Coves race turns into a drifter

{jcomments off}The last offshore race of the season was a real challenge – not because of high winds, but because of a lack of them.

There were five boats in the race: The Guarantee, Gucci, Wai-Aniwa, Am Meer, and Illusions. Some of the big girls and boys were either still out of town from the RNI or couldn’t get enough crew.

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Island Bay race a ripper

The Island Bay race was a ripper with a “gentle” southerly that dropped from 25 to around 8 knots over the day providing tight reaching conditions along the south coast and a great kite run to Number 11 at Korokoro. Swells up to three metres at the entrance combined with an in-coming ferry and out-going tanker just added a little spice to what proved an excellent day for the fleet.

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Champagne Sailing in the 2013 Brothers Race

The 2013 Brothers Race proved to be one out of the box with champagne sailing conditions in the Cook Stait and plenty of tactics all the way there and back. The Race started at 0800 hours in a light southerly with a heavy overcast sky. With 13 starters (and finishers), the race was one of the best of the season so far.

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The 2013 Moore Wilson’s Winter Series – “The weekend that delivered!”

{jcomments off}The weather gods were definitely smiling on the organisers of the 2013 Moore Wilson’s Winter Series – with 2 sensational Wellington winter days with the sun shining and the winds delivering idyllic sailing conditions.

Racing was completed over the two days with the first of the two-handed races on Saturday and picture-perfect conditions for the fully-crewed races on Sunday.

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Yet More Moore Wilson’s Winter Series Action – Day 1

36 boats entered the Moore Wilson’s 2012 RPNYC Winter Series, and Wellington put on a spectacular sailing day for Day 1 of the series with 10 – 18 knot Northerlies helping the fleet around 4 laps of the windward leeward course in Evans Bay. 32 of the 36 entries made it to the start line for the start of race 1.

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