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  1. Website here https://www.rnzys.org.nz/rnzys-events/winter-series/ PHRF info here https://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/racing/handicaps-phrf-irc-general Last season results here (who to beat!) http://topyacht.net.au/results/rnzys/2020/winter/index.htm This is the place for any discussion about the results, your stories, pics and anything else about the racing on or off the water.
  2. Website here https://www.ssanz.co.nz/triple-series/ PHRF info here https://www.yachtingnz.org.nz/racing/handicaps-phrf-irc-general Berths at Westhaven https://www.westhaven.co.nz/westhaven/berths/rent-a-berth/ Any info, pictures, comments, requests and notices about the biggest shorthanded series in New Zealand can be posted here.
  3. It’s back already (doesn’t seem a year ago, bloody Covid) Well 34 days to go. Three entries already, don’t miss out so add it to your calendar now. Every yacht that crosses the finish line gets vouchers to our friendly bondage expert worth more than your entry fee and did I mention rum, bbq and rum https://www.ssanz.co.nz/enduro/
  4. Open to anyone Last time there was 16ft up to 60. Mark Foy Start AON is throwing out a big pile of cash money Craft beers now on tap Watch the Mullets have another pre Lipton hit out. Suss the lads in the Mullet growing competition, 2 weeks to the big day so it's a case of hair, hair and more hair every bloody where Seen a Gollywobbler, if not Ponsonby Scow may pop theirs up Always a lot of fun, come on down......
  5. The Young 88 Owners Association continues to innovate to keep the sailing fun and numbers healthy. This year the association has joined with fleet and event sponsor Harken to provide the “Win Wicked Winches” spot prize; a pair of Harken Performa winches valued at more than $2500. The “nats” has once again attracted a very competitive fleet of young and old “weekend warriors” and global sailing rock stars to duke it out for trophies engraved with a who’s who of NZ Sailing. Mike Sanderson, ISAF World Sailor of the Year and Volvo Ocean race winning skipper has “dusted off” Flash Gordon a
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