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  1. It's that time again for PCC and Armare Ropes Solo Weekend or as it's known to a few 'The Nigel No Mates Weekend'. October 3rd & 4th 2020 Yeap it's Nigel time again Get your entry in now for this great fun weekend. It is Race 1 & 2 of the Vinings Single Handed Series. You can do just this weekend or the whole series if you like. Start by North Head sail up to the lovely waters by Whangaparaoa Peninsular to finish off Gulf Harbour marina where we will all park up for the night. Boats will be given a berth in GHM for the night. We'll then enjoy a f
  2. Tamariki's restoration is now all on under the watchful eyes of Martin Robertson and Rob Waring. It is going into a Charitable Trust. Any donations and help to get this large bit of the Waitamatas history back on it would be appreciated. Snatcher is on the front yard of a place in Epsom. She is being given a big going over by Suzie ready to come out next season to get some miles in prior to the 100th.
  3. 10 Mullet boats in the line up for the start, 10-20knt easterly straight down the guts of of the Waitemata with an incoming tide the whole day. This was going to be a challenging 98th race for the Lipton Cup. The fleet was tight on the start but spread out a little the initial windward leewards. Every part of the fleet had tacking duals all the way to Resolution buoy resulting in Tamatea and Orion gaining the lead. The 20 mile course then took the boats over to Rangitoto back to North Head, Northern Leading, Torpedo, Resolution Bean Rock then finished on a long kite run home. The sea state
  4. SATURDAY 30th MARCH 2019 START: 1100HRS off Westhaven Marina 98th LIPTON CUP PONSONBY CRUISING CLUB INC. ESTABLISHED 1900 A 22 mile race hosted by Ponsonby Cruising Club competed for annually in 22ft L Class ‘Mullet Boats’. The harbour course is decided on the day and has previously been between Narrowneck area in the East and Kauri Point in the West. The Cup was donated by Sir Thomas Lipton and first competed for in 1922. It is made by the same silversmith as the America’s Cup and is the oldest consecutively competed yacht trophy in New Zealand. What makes it more special is that
  5. The ladies in our office were commenting about how the fish, that live in that corner of Westhaven right under their window, were having a fun day with lots of jumping and ya hooing last evening. This morning one of the Sailing Schools little duckys was seen deflated and sinking. Yeap, the PCC's Sailing School is the latest victim of an overly play full Leopard seal.
  6. Solo Weekend Change to Sailing Instructions Issued - 2 Oct 2018 1100am Was - Division Flag will be White (extras) & yellow (non-extras). Preparatory Flag will be U (Rule 30.3 will apply) Individual and General Recalls will be used if required. Has been changed to - Division Flag will be White (extras) & yellow (non-extras). Preparatory Flag will be I (Rule 30.1 will apply) Individual and General Recalls will be used if required. 30 - STARTING PENALTIES 30.1 - I Flag Rule If flag I has been displayed, and any part of a boat's hull,
  7. The PCC is pleased to announce a nice turnout of people who learnt a few things. No people, vehicles, harbour bridges or neighbouring Yacht Clubs were harmed during the Flare demonstration. The same can't be said about a certain members underwear
  8. A bit short notice but ..... SAFETY BRIEFING EVENING A must attend for all boaties, especially our racing sailors! WHERE: Logan Lounge, Ponsonby Cruising Club WHEN: Tuesday September 4th, 7pm to 9pm The kitchen will be opening at 6pm. Enjoy a curry before the talk and demonstrations. Come and set off some flares and learn about the latest in life jackets, personal EPIRBs, life rafts, Man Over Board procedures and VHF protocols etc. with Sean Patterson from MARITIME NZ and Tristan Campbell from SAFETY AT SEA. (NOTE: We are still working through obtaining pe
  9. ANZAC DAY REGATTA Sponsored by AON / Hosted by PCC Wednesday 25 April 2018 An invitation to ALL Auckland yachties. Come on and take up the ‘Challenge’. This is a race day for everyone to sail “Around the Yellow Cans” Fantastic CASH Prizes to be won ! Prizegiving at PCC following the race. Start times & Course available from PCC at 1130hrs Mark Foy start with the first boat away at 1300hrs. Entries close Tuesday 24th April ’18 at 6pm Contact: Ponsonby Cruising Club Incorporated PO Box 47010, Ponsonby, Auckland 1144 141-151 Westhaven Drive, W
  10. Yes OK you smarty pants watchers, it was the 97th not the 98th as was suggested earlier. Maybe a little excited with the 100th getting close. Anyway a bit of video form the race last weekend. For those who know him do feel free to ask Trubi how he didn't sink his boat when a gybe went bad. You'll know it when you see it. https://www.dropbox.com/s/gvqjijgtut2s7vs/97th%20Lipton%20Cup%202018%20Full%20HD%2050%20FPS.mp4?dl=0
  11. Can you beat this team around a 20nm, minimum, race track? Martin Robertson and his team off Orion II, winners of the 96th edition. You'll have to to win the 97th running of the Lipton Cup, NZ's oldest yachting trophy and one of the oldest in all NZ sport. Orion is again a favourite for this years edition but certainly not a shoe in. Valeria is pushing hard and could easily take the win... and she is 105 years old. Just out of the shed is Tamateta, a veteran of many Liptons and a winner of a fair few. She'll have a Mr Trubi on the helm so she'll certainly be one to watch. Plus th
  12. Keep our harbours clean – dispose of boat sewage properly As the busy boating season begins, boaties are being encouraged to help protect Northland’s harbours by disposing of their sewage properly. Northland Regional Council’s summertime campaign is reminding people of the rules on untreated boat sewage, as even very small amounts can contaminate shellfish and make water unsafe for swimming. Under the marine pollution regulations, untreated sewage from boats must be discharged well outside of Northland harbours or at a pump-out facility. A new interactive map developed by the counci
  13. This is leg 1 of the Westhaven Triple Series made up by - The PCC Around Rangi Race The RNZYS Kawau Night Race on Feb 9th and the always fun RYC Haystack race on April 7th. The Around Rangi Race is tomorrow the 11th on November. NOR - http://www.pcc.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/PCC_NOR_Round-Rangi-2017.pdf Entries close at 5pm today - Info@pcc.org.nz or 09 376 0245 In response to a boat asking if the race will be cancelled should the wind exceed 25kts and just to remove any doubt, the RO replied - Big thanks to our supporters and
  14. A write up to follow shortly...... including the comment "I think Sunday morning is the first time ever I have seen an entire fleet wide and race management wide hangover'. Armare Ropes did out a few bucks on the bar and the fleet did deal to them all with enthusiasm. But in the mean time was some of the finishing close?
  15. News Flash - We word coming through we have a potential E1050 V a Sunfast 36 battle on the cards as well.
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