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  1. Notice of Race is now available see www.at2.nz Free berths available for up to 7 days for race entrants. Max 50 berths available up to 14M. More News coming in the next few days so check out the website www.a2t.nz for details. Online entries will open within a the next few weeks.
  2. Ezy Peezy - All you need is a set of 'Magic Fingers' (Super Cheap) and a stick light then go fishing - done it many times. Wood wont dissolve !
  3. Hi Boo, Yeah I have suggested this also - and it has merit. Years ago it did start around 4.00pm.
  4. The A2T is on. 25th-27th March 2022. Question is what day is preferred start? Friday 25th or Saturday 26th ? Let us know please.
  5. The TYPBC A2T race is scheduled for the weekend of March 25 2022. However due to the Auckland lockdown this has forced the RNZYS to reschedule the 3 kings race to 31st March, which is a week after the A2T. Puts us in a difficult spot, for A2T boats to be entered in both events. Understandably RNZYS have moved the 3Kings to the best available slot. TYPBC are looking forward to the A2T but feel the 3Kings date may affect entries for the A2T. So what to do? (1) Stick with the 25th March ? (2) Move the A2T back to the traditional Easter Weekend with a race start on
  6. Thanks Mate. Yes a voting button would be great - Who's the Guru ?
  7. The divergence of industry in general from the main centers is inevitable. This being driven by the reasons you mentioned. There is fabulous opportunity for the marine industry in coastal regional centers, such as Whangarei Tauranga, Gisborne,Napier etc. Tauranga has got to be the jewel in the crown with 2 very good clubs, with a stellar reputation when it comes to champions. just an example. The country's only deep water port, when it comes to export. The Bay of Plenty has several active clubs, as well as BOPTYS in Rotorua which is the largest trailer yacht squadron in the country- Plen
  8. The TYPBC A2T race is scheduled for the weekend of March 25 2022. However due to the Auckland lockdown this has forced the RNZYS to reschedule the 3 kings race to 31st March, which is a week after the A2T. Puts us in a difficult spot, for A2T boats to be entered in both events. Understandably RNZYS have moved the 3Kings to the best available slot. TYPBC are looking forward to the A2T but feel the 3Kings date may affect entries for the A2T. So what to do? (1) Stick with the 25th March ? (2) Move the A2T back to the traditional Easter Weekend with a race start on
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