Entries open for 2015 Crewed Central Triangle

2015CrewedCentralTriangleThe Club is now taking entries for the Crewed Central Triangle Race. The Central Triangle is a three-leg coastal race starting in Wellington on 6 March 2015.

PJ Montgomery to speak at RPNYC

NZs 100th Olympic MedalThe voice of yachting Peter Montgomery MBE is coming to RPNYC! PJ will be speaking in the Wardroom at 7pm on Friday 15 August, entry is by ticket only with Cocktail food and a complementary drink on arrival from 6pm.

Come and hear the inside story of the 34th Americas Cup from the man awarded New Zealand Broadcaster of the year for his coverage on the event.

2014 RPNYC Moore Wilson’s Winter Series – Groundhog Days!

2014MWWSWebImageWith a weather pattern that made sailors feel like they were actors in the movie of the same name, the third weekend of the 2014 RPNYC Moore Wilson’s Winter Series turned out to be a “mix, stir and repeat” of the conditions experienced in the series so far.

The 2014 RPNYC Moore Wilson’s Winter Series – A weekend of two halves!

2014MWWSWebImage“Come to Windy Wellington” they say. “It’s always really windy whenever I visit Wellington” they mutter.

Well – you just cant beat Wellington on a good day – and the second race weekend of the 2014 RPNYC Moore Wilson’s Winter Series proved that by turning on 2 extremely different sets of conditions last Saturday and Sunday!

Latest news from the Sailing Committee

NewsFromTheSailingDeskThis is where you find the latest news from the sailing committee about what is coming up over the next couple of weeks. 

Each week the sailing committee updates this article, usually on a Thursday.

The 2014 RPNYC Moore Wilson’s Winter Series – Let the Games Begin!


The RPNYC Moore Wilson’s Winter Series burst into life with a stunning weekends sailing experienced by all those who took to the waters of Wellington harbour for the first of five action-packed race weekends. Regatta Director Paul Davies takes up the story:

“I am totally blown away by the number of entries we have received for the series this year. 50 boats is just sensational and a testament to the state of keelboat racing in Wellington.”

Prize Giving Photos

PrizeGivingCheck out the 2014 season prize giving photos and if you want to see more or order a copy of any of the photos then visit Chris Coad's prize giving gallery.

2014 Moore Wilson’s Winter Series - Back and keeping it Fresh!

2014MWWSWebImageThe Team at RPNYC is delighted to announce that one of the club’s longest supporters is back supporting one of the club’s most popular events!

The 2014 Moore Wilson’s Winter Series will kick off on the weekend of the 14-15th June and the regatta organisers have got more of the same – and a little something fresh to keep all winter sailors on the water from June to August 2014.

Tri-Nations Yachting – An Aussie boat half full of RPNYC Kiwis heads to Fiji

MidnightRamblerHey RPNYC race fans – if you didn’t already have a favourite yacht to support in the upcoming 22nd RAYC Auckland to Fiji race well the Ker 40, Midnight Rambler might be just your answer.  Crew including our very own Tim Hampton, Ken Ormandy, Max Hawkes and Chris Rockwell hailing from a range of Wellington boats past and present including Andiamo, Gucci, The Guarantee and Flying Circus are coming through a campaign that sees them finishing 2nd in the tough IRC division in the Gosford to Lord Howe Island race in early May.  A mere 1,100nm cruise further on and the team arrive in sunny Auckland.

Registration of Interest Sought for Crewed Central Triangle Race

WebImageFollowing the success of the 2-handed Central Triangle Race, the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club is seeking registrations of interest in a Fully crewed Central Triangle race March 2015 following the Port Nicholson Regatta in Wellington.

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  4. Bay of Many Coves race turns into a drifter
  5. Island Bay race a ripper
  6. Blink is the fastest boat around the North Island
  7. Bacchante and Black Diamond crowned National PHRF champions
  8. A lot of breeze on day two of the Line 7 Marine Port Nicholson Regatta
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  14. Annual Nelson Extravanganza
  15. Last chance for early entry fees
  16. An awfully big adventure - 35 days on a small boat
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  25. Spring Series winners decided
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