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Membership Goes Green!

The 2015/16 RAYC season is now open and memberships are available for renewal or purchase by new members!

Check out the Membership page to select your membership category and storage options.

Renewal deadline is 30th September 2015.

If you have any questions regarding membership please contact Suellen:

suellen@rayc.co.nz

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Hyundai are holding the Power Off/Family On Weekend and we're participating! Sign up for a device-free weekend on 5-6 Sep and be in to WIN a $10k road trip. 

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THIS WEEKEND

Check out what's happening at a glance
or view our complete calendar here

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Friday 4th September

5:30pm to Close: Bar & Cafe open for dinner

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Saturday 5th September

 

8:30am to Close: Bar & Cafe open for breakfast & lunch

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Sunday 6th September

8:30am to Close: Bar & Cafe open for breakfast & lunch

11.00am: Fathers Day Challenge!

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FEATURED NEWS

The latest and greatest from around the club

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Fathers Day Challenge - 6th September

Fathers Day Challenge - 6th September

If your Dad tired of receiving a new pair of socks every Fathers Day?  Want to ramp it up and get him the best gift ever? Take the Fathers Day Challenge on Fathers Day! Sunday 6th September The Fathers Day Challenge is a fun event designed to get fathers and children involved in sailing at RAYC. Bring the family along …

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Radiosonde?

Radiosonde?

You never know what's going to happen when you work at Akarana! This week we had a surprise wash up on our shores. Who has heard of a Radiosonde? Is it something for a VHF radio? I know I had no idea what a Radiosonde was until one happened to wash ashore this week. While Rachel from the office was outside …

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How the Flying 15s came to RAYC

How the Flying 15s came to RAYC

In 1968 permission was given for the Duke of Edinburgh Cup to be re-allocated to Akarana’s other international class, the Flying Fifteen. Previously the Cup was awarded to the International 14 winner of the event, but dwindling numbers and the popularity of the Flying Fifteen promoted RAYC’s request. The class started with plans drawn up by Uffa Fox in 1947 …

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