Countdown on for start of Fully Crewed Central Triangle

IMG 0005The countdown is on for the start of the 2015 Fully Crewed Central Triangle. Photo: the view from Montego Bay on its way to Akaroa March 2013.

Boats are taking the regatta gear off and offshore is being loaded on as the boats complete their final preparation for the 2015 Fully Crewed Central Triangle race starting Friday March 6.

 

2015 Sovereign Port Nic Regatta Race Day 3

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2015 Sovereign Port Nic Regatta Race Day 2

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Sovereign Port Nic Regatta Race Day 1

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Port Nic Regatta Update 2

Regatta Poster 600x363With just days to go - here's an update on what's happening for Sovereign Port Nic Regatta 2015. Registration in the Boardroom from 1630 and briefing is in the Wardroom at 1900. 

2015 Kapiti-Chetwodes Offshore Race

Kapiti race 12015 Kapiti Chetwodes Race start. 

After a short postponement the 2015 Kapiti Chetwodes race got underway at 0630 Friday 6 February. Keep watch here for updates as the race progresses.

 

Advanced sea survival course

 P1070456Please remember that 40% of the crew on each boat in the Central Triangle must have completed an Advanced Sea Survival course within the last five years. For a crew of 5, this means that two crew must have completed the course. For crews of six or seven, this means three crew must have completed the course. For crews of eight, nine or ten, four crew must have completed the course.

We are aware of at least three boats that don't currently meet the 40% requirement.

We have asked Wellington Ocean Sports whether another course could be run before the race. This would be subject to minimum numbers. There are two possible course dates: 14/15 February, or more likely 28 February/1 March.

If you don't have 40% of your crew qualified, please contact Pedro on 021-476-514 or email mail@centraltriangle.org.nz  to register your interest in a course urgently.

(Note that the requirement for the advanced sea survival course does not apply to boats competing only in the Akaroa Race).

Sovereign Announced as Naming Sponsor For 2015 Port Nicholson Regatta

Sovereign LogoRoyal Port Nicholson Yacht Club is proud to announce its relationship with Sovereign, who have been insuring New Zealanders for 25 years. Sovereign has joined forces with RPNYC as the naming rights sponsor of the 2015 Sovereign Port Nicholson Regatta.  

The Brothers Race - rip, shite and a little bust!

The forecast was daunting. Northerly 10 gradually rising to 25 in the morning and 40 by the evening. We all know you can add 20 more when travelling along the South Coast. 60kn on the way home? That would be interesting.

Port Nic Regatta Update 1

sports boatsWe are delighted to announce entries are now open for the 2015 Port Nicholson Regatta, including the PHRF Nationals. The Notice of Race and entry form  (online and paper) are available on the website. If you enter before 20 December you'll get the early bird discount entry fee of $225. Want to win a bottle of rum? Enter before 27 November and go into the draw to win a bottle of Mount Gay rum! Meanwhile details are being finalised to confirm our major sponsor so watch this space for an important announcement.

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