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RAYC 2017 eNews - Edition #6

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Friday 3 March
Bar & Cafe: Closed

 Saturday 4 March
Cafe: 08:30 - 11:30

 Sunday 5 March
Cafe: 12:30 - Close
Bar: 12:30 - Close
Please Note: The cafe will open later on Sunday 5 March due to Tamaki Drive road closures for the Round the Bays race.

The Boat Builders Akarana Series - All Fleets

The Boat Builders Akarana Series

Amendment to schedule for Sunday 5 March
ISSUED WEDNESDAY 1 MARCH

Due to Tamaki Drive road closures, the first warning signal for Sunday 5 March will be 2:25pm. Two short harbour courses will be raced. 
Click here to view official change

A New Home for University of Auckland’s Water Sports Clubs

A New Home for University of Auckland’s Water Sports Clubs

When Royal Akarana Yacht Club moves into the Hyundai Marine Sports Centre, we will be joined by the marine sports clubs of the University of Auckland in calling the Centre home. Together with Akarana Marine Sports Charitable Trust, who manage the Hyundai Marine Sports Centre, The RAYC committee are delighted to welcome the University onboard as a key partner in …

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SSANZ Round North Island: Leg 2 Update

SSANZ Round North Island: Leg 2 Update

Miss Scarlett (William Goodfellow & Graeme Wilson) are the only RAYC boat to have finished Leg 2 of the Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand Round North Island Race so far. Great work by these guys! Did you know that you can follow the fleet via the official tracker (see below). Miss Scarlett (finished) Celadon Krakatoa II Provincial Cowboy Yachting …

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RAYC Flying 15 Teams have one race to go in the Worlds

RAYC Flying 15 Teams have one race to go in the Worlds

With one day to go of the Flying Fifteen World Championship 2017 in Napier, Akarana members Murray Gilbert and Jon Burgess are currently sitting in 6th overall, a great result for these guys to date. Our other members are doing well with the following results so far: 13th - Craig Coulam & Adrienne Rekke 26th - Brian Kent & Bridget …

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Akarana Member nominated for female Chinese Sailor of the Year

Akarana Member nominated for female Chinese Sailor of the Year

As some of you may know, there is a flourishing relationship between the Royal Akarana Yacht Club and the Windrider Sailing Club in China. Part of this relationship has seen more than 30 young Chinese sailors visit RAYC for the Windrider Sailing Clubs “Winter Camp” (their winter, our summer). Reciprocally, RAYC's Head Coach, Nathan Laurie, also spent three months in …

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JJ Giltinan Trophy Race 4

JJ Giltinan Trophy Race 4

Yamaha had a better race today finished 5th over the line. They were awarded redress/average points for Race 3 so their final result for that race will be determined at the end of the regatta. Maersk Line had a better race finished 12th, with C-Tech in 16th. After a glamour race, Knight Frank crossed the line to learn they were …

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JJ Giltinan Trophy Race 3

JJ Giltinan Trophy Race 3

Not a great race for Yamaha who were forced to withdraw due to damage. But it was a great day for Knight Frank who were third followed by C-Tech who were fourth. Maersk Line finished 19th! RESULTS

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SSANZ RNI: Leg 1 Results

SSANZ RNI: Leg 1 Results

Leg 1 of the SSANZ Round North Island Race is done and the RAYC boats had a great leg! Here are the results for our boats: Division 1 Celadon (Richard & Robbie McAlister) 3rd PHRF / 5th Line Miss Scarlett (William Goodfellow with Graeme Wilson) 5th PHRF / 2nd Line Division 2 Provincial Cowboy (Simon Manning with Nathan Williams) 1st …

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JJ Giltinan Trophy: Race 2

JJ Giltinan Trophy: Race 2

Yamaha has won the second race of the JJ Giltinan Trophy making it two from two. A great start by Dave McDiarmid, Matt Steve and Brad Collins. 1st - Yamaha 7th - C-Tech 8th - Knight Frank 17th - Maersk Line FULL RESULTS Brad Davies interviewed Yamaha skipper Dave McDiarmid post race.

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Akarana results at Junior Sail Auckland

Akarana results at Junior Sail Auckland

Six RAYC youth sailors were at Kohimarama Yacht Club on the weekend of the 25-26th February for the annual Junior Sail Auckland regatta. Poppy Hoskin, who competed in her first ever Opti Open regatta had an awesome couple of days racing finishing 49th out of 66 boats. In the Starling fleet, Eli Liefting ended up 6th with his best result being a …

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SSANZ Round North Island Race - 5 Akarana boats!

SSANZ Round North Island Race - 5 Akarana boats!

Royal Akarana Yacht Club has five boats racing in the Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand's Round North Island Race which kicked off on Saturday afternoon at 1400 hours from Devonport Wharf. The intense two-handed race takes the fleet of 27 from Auckland, Mangonui then to Wellington, Napier and back to Auckland. Team RAYC Pahi - Stewart 34 Club Captain Mark …

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JJ Giltinan Trophy: Race 1

JJ Giltinan Trophy: Race 1

Royal Akarana Yacht Club has four boats representing the club and Auckland Skiff League at the annual JJ Giltinan Trophy hosted by the Australian 18 Footers in Sydney. YAMAHA The Kiwis with a score to settle. Last year they won in San Fran, New Zealand and Fiji but they finished second at the JJ Giltinan by just one point. Can …

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Akarana results for the Flying 15 National Championship

Akarana results for the Flying 15 National Championship

Royal Akarana Yacht Club was well represented at the Flying 15 National Championship hosted by Napier Sailing Club from the 22-24th February 2017. The highest places RAYC boat was Craig Coulam and Adrienne Rekke who finished 11th overall, ending their regatta with an impressive third place. The regatta saw mixed conditions over the three days ranging from decent breeze and …

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Arch Logan Memorial Race

Saturday 11 March 2017

Details coming soon

Sail Akarana

1-2 April 2017

Details coming soon

Dr Dave Austin's First Aid Course

22 April 2017

The course will cover the use of the YNZ first aid kit. Completion of this course will be accepted by RAYC for the 2018 Auckland Noumea Yacht Race. 

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40 places available // 38 remaining

Auckland Noumea Yacht Race

Saturday 2 June 2018 @ 1100 hours

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