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  1. This forum is an avenue to raise considerations for the next edition of the regulations (2021 - 2024). If you have more immediate concerns, contact Angus Willison at angus@yachtingnz.org.nz.
  2. Just a heads up, I won't be giving any direct answers to requests for change - I'm not a subject matter expert on some of this stuff. What I'll do is take your feedback, constructive criticism, suggested amendments and reasoning, then put it to the group (led by Angus Willison, our Safety and Technical Officer), who will consider all the information for the new regulations. Anything that is a serious safety concern can be addressed prior to the new regulations in 2021 and an amendment issued if warranted. Andrew
  3. If this thread can remain constructive and sensible, then it can provide some valuable feedback from this community, which we can feed into the review of the regulations.
  4. I have gone ahead and added links to the Recreational section, which should hopefully help people find the information easier.
  5. It's still available, and still free... https://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/racing/safety-regulations There is also a copy of the inspector checklist which you can download, here: https://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/racing/safety-inspections
  6. What is being proposed is a draft as part of the Draft Marlborough Environment Plan. YNZ have made a submission which can be found here: http://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/advocacy/ynz-submissions Northland Regional Council are currently reviewing their Regional Plan and have introduced some draft rules around sewage which don't seem practical. We are currently preparing feedback on their draft, submissions close on Friday. This may be of interest to some of you (an update on some of the recent advocacy work being done at YNZ): http://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/news/201609/ynz-working-to-get-pl
  7. Yachting New Zealand invites racing yacht owners and crew to attend an exciting and unique opportunity to learn all you want to know about IRC with the Director of the RORC Rating Office, James Dadd, coming to New Zealand to share his knowledge. James Dadd will be guest speaker and included among a panel of IRC experts at an upcoming IRC Forum being held in Auckland on Monday 16 May. The IRC Forum is FREE to attend! Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity! James, and other IRC experts, will answer questions and provide tips on how to get the most out of your rating. The IRC Forum wil
  8. For those of you that may not have seen this in Briefings, I thought you might find the story linked below interesting.. http://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/news/201511/self-sufficiency-in-the-extreme-the-simon-willis-story
  9. As Matt said, it was a completely open invitation to all classes, and even when approached by keel boat classes we said "ok". Non-affiliated classes were invited and some took part, i.e. the Open Bic. I can't tell you why classes like the PT, Hobie and Viper were not able to be there as I was not coordinating the class responses. This was an attempt for us to try something different, try to reach out to the public and have something hands on. We were also thinking of trying to showcase to young sailors already engaged what classes they might like to move in to when they grow out of
  10. The weather looks like it is coming to the party for the YNZ Dinghy Expo tomorrow, clear skies till late afternoon and gentle breezes.
  11. This Saturday (19th September), Yachting New Zealand will be hosting a free Dinghy Expo at Westhaven Marina. The expo will feature more than 20 different types of sailing boats as well as representatives from local yacht and boating clubs. People will be on hand to answer all of your questions about the various dinghies and tell you how to get involved. The event is free and all you need to do is get along to Westhaven Marina on Saturday. The Expo will run from 10am until 3pm adjacent to Z Pier with boats on display on the floating jetty and on the water. There is a Facebook page fo
  12. An update on this was released over the weekend with the panel recommending allowing for skipper discretion, see below. http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/aucklan ... ts-5994188
  13. Love the Hauraki Gulf? Jump over here (viewtopic.php?f=52&t=24148) and have a read. Andrew
  14. Yes, YNZ will be making a submission.
  15. YNZ

    Laser Flares

    FYI, YNZ posted an amendment to that regulation in September last year (http://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/sites/yach ... 013%29.pdf). This was at the request of MNZ due to laser flares not being IMO approved yet.
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