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  • Akaroa Yacht Club
    The Akaroa Cruising Club was established in 1964 for the immediate purpose of promoting a regular Wellington-Akaroa race, and continued more or less sporadically until the mid 1980ís. At that time and through the generosity of Ces Stevens, a prominent local businessman, a clubhouse was built in its present location, just below the relocated Akaroa Heads lighthouse. In 1992 the Club had 140 members and about 30 yachts on its register. Today, with the amalgamation with the Akaroa Sailing Club located in the Boatshed a short walk along the beachfront, the newly named Akaroa Yacht Club has over 200 members and over 65 boats on its register. The Club has a full racing schedule. Akaroa, New Zealand
    https://www.akaroayachtclub.com/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Bay of Islands Yacht Club
    Welcome to the Bay of Islands Yacht Club, with the best waterfront views in the Bay! We have a launch division, a keeler cruising division, a fleet of Solings, and a history in competitive centreboard and junior sailing. We offer moorings and slipway services, racing, and social activities. We welcome new members to the club Ė whether as active sailors, families who want to learn or just a social members to enjoy the sense of community. Te Point, Waitangi, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
    http://www.boiyc.org/
    (Added: Sat Nov 21 2015)
  • Bay of Plenty Trailer Yacht Squadron
    The Bay Of Plenty Trailer Yacht Squadron is based on Lake Rotoiti in the central North Island. The Squadron was established in July 1974. The Squadron is affiliated with the New Zealand Trailer Yacht Association and Yachting New Zealand our National body. BOPTYS has an extensive Marina facility and Hard Stand compound at Okawa Bay Lake Rotoiti. Visitors are most welcome and affiliated club members are welcome to use our facilities when sailing on Lake Rotoiti. Rotorua, New Zealand
    http://www.boptys.net/
    (Added: Sun Nov 29 2015)
  • Browns Bay Boating Club
    Organised boating activities include fishing competitions, yacht racing and planned excursions. Social activities are also offered. Browns Bay, Auckland, New Zealand
    https://www.sites.google.com/site/brownsbaybc/home
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Bucklands Beach Yacht Club
    Located in popular Halfmoon Bay, Auckland, Bucklands Beach Yacht Club offers its members a wide range of activities both on and off the water. Whether you are looking for regular Keelboat or Centreboard racing, learn to sail for all ages, haulout facilities, fishing and power events, family cruising, or even a nice meal or drink with fellow boaties. Bucklands Beach Yacht Club has it all. Half Moon Bay, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.bbyc.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Canterbury Blokart Club
    Blokart sailing is a new and exciting sport attracting young and old, able and less able around the world. Christchurch is a great place to sail blokarts thanks to our regular winds and variety of locations. The Canterbury Blokart Club is based at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand, the former Wigram Air Force Base. We occasionally sail at New Brighton Beach when the tides are right. The Canterbury Blokart Club was established in 2004 to further the sport in Canterbury, through fun activities, coaching and racing. Come on out to Wigram (access from Harvard Avenue) and try blokart sailing. We are there every Sunday weather depending, from midday. Christchurch, New Zealand
    http://www.chchblokart.co.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Canterbury Classical and Traditional Boats
    The home of Traditional and Classic boating in Canterbury, New Zealand. The Canterbury Classical and Traditional Boats group is a not-for-profit organisation formed to promote the restoration and building of boats of classical and traditional design. Collectively we have had many years of competitive sailing, and leisure boating in a wide range of craft from model boats through to dinghies, trailer sailers and powered boats. Canterbury, New Zealand
    http://www.cantyclassicboats.co.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Canterbury Windsports Association
    Windsurfing and kiting, in and around Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand. The CWA had its beginnings in the early 1990's as the Canterbury Windsurfing Association. As the original name suggests, it was initially formed by and for windsurfers. In 2005 it changed its name to the Canterbury Windsports Association in recognition of the growth of kiting, and wider interest in windsports on water, land and snow. Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
    http://www.cwa.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Canterbury Yachting Association
    We promote Canterbury yachting and represent the interests of all the yacht clubs and class associations in the area. Clubs run all sorts of activities from learn to sail courses, racing, coaching, regattas, cruising and social activities. Christchurch, New Zealand
    http://www.cya.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Charteris Bay Yacht Club
    Charteris Bay Yacht Club is a family friendly sailing club on the sunny side of Lyttelton Harbour. There are various 'learn to sail' courses for children through to adults available at the Club. With a wealth of experience from sailors who have competed in regattas throughout the world there is plenty of sailing knowledge. Throughout the season numerous races are held with a variety of courses and classes. Charteris Bay, Christchurch, New Zealand
    http://www.charterisbayyachtclub.co.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Christchurch Model Yacht Club
    The Christchurch Model Yacht Club is situated beside Lake Victoria in Hagley Park, right in the middle of the city. The lake is ideal for model yachting, and the club is strong with a general membership of 100 or so sailors. We have several strong classes of model yacht in the club. The popular 'J', the EC12, the 1 metre and a few Marblehead and Witchcrafts plus some classes that are not sailed frequently but are dusted off on special occasions. Christchurch, New Zealand
    http://www.christchurchmodelyachting.org.nz/
    (Added: Sun Nov 29 2015)
  • Christchurch Yacht Club
    Sailing from Monck's Bay since 1891, Christchurch Yacht Club is one of the oldest clubs in the country. Members past and present provide a roll-call of world-class yachties including New Zealandís first sailing Olympic Gold Medallists Peter Mander and Jack Cropp in 1956 and Leslie Egnot. With its distinctive historic clubhouse past Redcliffs on the road to Sumner, CYC has access to the water at all states of the tide and enjoys sailing areas both on the Estuary and over the bar into Sumner Bay. Low tide sailing by the beach at Shag Rock is particularly popular. CYC has strong fleets of Zephyrs and Lasers supported by a growing fleet of juniors sailing Optimists, Firebugs, P Class and Starlings Ė all positively encouraged. New members and families are always welcome, with learn-to-sail and junior coaching programmes available throughout the season. Ferrymead, Christchurch, New Zealand
    https://www.cyc.net.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Clarks Beach Yacht Club
    Clarks Beach Yacht Club is nestled on the southern shores of the Manukau Harbour, a 20 min drive from Papakura or Pukekohe and our advantageous location allows us the opportunity to sail every weekend. Our calendar is packed with Learn to sail, Racing, Sailing camp and family social events for the entire family. Anybody with a passion for boats and loves the water should come along and experience for yourself all that our club has to offer. Clarks Beach, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.clarksbeachyachtclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 03 2019)
  • Devonport Yacht Club
    The Devonport Yacht Club was officially founded in 1905, but traces its roots back to the late nineteenth century, when yacht racing was first organised on the North Shore, under the auspices of the North Shore Sailing Club. Following a name change, this became the North Shore Yacht Club. In 1909 the Club, in company with the other three major yacht clubs in Auckland, formed the Auckland Provincial Yachting Association, forerunner of the present Auckland Yachting and Boating Association. The club offers racing, family cruising, dining facility & bar and social events. Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.dyc.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Evans Bay Yacht and Motorboat Club
    The Evans Bay Yacht & Motor Boat Club is situated at Evans Bay, in New Zealand's capital city Wellington. Founded in 1918, the club offers racing, a Sailing Academy for juniors and adults, and social activities. Evans Bay, Wellington, New Zealand
    http://www.ebymbc.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • French Bay Yacht Club
    There is something very special about French Bay Yacht Club. We are a community focused club with its clubhouse cantilevered out over the picturesque Manukau Harbour. Dating back to the 1950s, the club is where people come to sail and enjoy a range of other water activities. For 2017-18 we've got a brand new fleet of junior Learn to Sail dinghies, another new safety boat, and a massive change to our club through the construction of the rigging deck out over the water. These changes have modernised the club and made it a fantastic place to hang out as a family over the weekend, messing about in boats. We have great learn to sail programmes both for kids and adults, running year round, with the accent on a fun introduction to sailing. Auckland, New Zealand
    https://www.frenchbay.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 03 2019)
  • Glendowie Boating Club
    Founded in 1949, GBC is a family oriented club which offers racing, sailing instruction for juniors, and social activities. The club has four classes sailing most days, Mistrals, Arrows, Starlings and Optimists with fleets of around 60 to 70 boats active on each sailing day. The GBC Learn to Sail Squad is the ideal training ground for aspiring sailors. Experienced Club Instructors coach the Squad out on the water every Sunday during the sailing season. The club also offers development programmes for every level. Auckland, New Zealand.
    http://www.gbcyachting.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Gulf Harbour Yacht Club
    Located at the Hammerhead end of Gulf Harbour Marina on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, we couldn't be in a better position for a boating club. The Hauraki Gulf is in every direction and less than one hour can see you at the bird sanctuary of Tiritiri Matangi Island. The club has memberships to suit boatowners and non-boatowners - a high percentage of the latter attesting to the social side of our club life. We have keel boat racing around the buoys and around the Gulf, including Ladies races. There's launch and yacht cruising, and cruising racing. There's a fantastic clubhouse with restaurant and bar facilities which caters for members and is also available for hire. Whangaparaoa, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.ghyc.co.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Hamilton Yacht Club
    Hamilton Yacht Club is situated on Lake Rotoroa, Innes Common, Hamilton, New Zealand. It is home to an active sailing community and has fleets of Zephyrs, Optimist, P Class, Starling, 3.7 and Laser Classes regularly racing. The club is family oriented, providing both casual and serious sailors of all ages with a safe and enjoyable sailing-club environment. Hamilton, New Zealand
    http://www.hyc.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Herald Island Boating Club
    The club maintains an annual programme of boating, social and informational activity. Herald Island, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.hibc.co.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Heretaunga Boating Club
    Heretaunga Boating Club is a dinghy sailing club located on the Petone Foreshore at the north end of Wellington Harbour, New Zealand. The club was originally founded in 1906 by a group of keen locals, and has been a haven for sailing mad Wellingtonians ever since.
    http://www.sailhbc.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Dec 11 2009)
  • Hibiscus Coast Boat Club
    The Hibiscus Coast Boat Club has been established on the Whangaparaoa coast for over 30 years. The club is family orientated, safe boating is the number one rule and organises fishing competitions as well as a variety of social events. So why not come on down, try out the food in our restaurant and see what we are all about. Children are welcome and we have a safe kids playground. Whangaparaoa, New Zealand
    http://hibiscuscoastboatclub.co.nz/
    (Added: Mon Dec 25 2017)
  • Hobsonville Yacht Club
    Competitive sailing began at Hobsonville in the early 1930's which led to the formation of the Hobsonville Boating Club (HBC) in 1934. With the Defence amalgamation of Hobsonville and Whenuapai in 1966 to become RNZAF Base Auckland, the HBC was retitled RNZAF Base Auckland Yacht Club (RNZAF BAYC). However since the airforce base has moved from Hobsonville we are now known as The Hobsonville Yacht Club. Our aim is to keep the tradition of recreational boating alive at Hobsonville. Whenuapai, New Zealand
    http://www.hycnz.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 03 2019)
  • Howick Sailing Club
    The Howick Sailing Club began in 1933 through the active enthusiasm of a Howick yachtsman, Mr John Kydd. Today the club offers Learn to Sail courses for juniors. Learn to Sail and Learn to Race programmes were established and expert coaching is organised for the more experienced skippers. Albany, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.howicksailingclub.co.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 30 2014)
  • Island Cruising Association
    New Zealand based. The Island Cruising Association is involved in promoting Yacht Cruising. We offer help and advice including seminars, training days, recommended reading, discounts at many marine stores, marine insurance and RALLIES to the South Pacific Islands. Plus, many other benefits throughout NZ & the South Pacific.
    http://www.islandcruising.co.nz/
    (Added: Wed Mar 10 2004)
  • Kapiti Boating Club
    Our objective is to foster and assist the pursuits of boating, sailing, fishing and water sports of kinds. Offers fishing tournaments, sailboat racing, and more. Paraparaumu Beach, New Zealand
    http://www.kapitiboatingclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Kerikeri Cruising Club
    The club offers keelboat racing, centreboard racing, marina berths, Learn to Sail programmes for both children and adults, a restaurant, and social activities. Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
    http://kerikericruisingclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 29 2016)
  • Kohimarama Yacht Club
    Kohimarama Yacht Club is a youth yacht club dedicated to introducing young people to sailing, and training them to love and excel at the sport. We have a fantastic clubhouse on the water at Tamaki Drive, Kohimarama and a boat shed at nearby Madills Farm. The boat shed houses our fleet of 18 inflatable patrol boats. In addition we have our outer course start boat Marama moored at the Outboard Boating Club. The club has approximately 100 member families with about 120 boats sailing on a full club day. Like many clubs, we are a voluntary organisation run by generous people who willingly donate their time and effort. Mission Bay, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://kyc.org.nz/
    (Added: Mon Jan 20 2014)
  • Lake Dunstan Boat Club
    The Lake Dunstan Boat Club was formed in 1987 as an Incorporated Society by a group of keen yachting, boating and diving enthusiasts in anticipation of the filling of Lake Dunstan following the completion of the Clyde Dam project. The clubs location at McNulty Inlet is the perfect location for the club with its all weather launching facilities and sheltered, safe water which is ideal for instruction of beginners. The clubhouse overlooks the main lake and races/instruction can be started, run and observed from directly in front of the club. Cromwell, Central Otago, New Zealand
    http://www.lakedunstanboatclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Lake Taupo Yacht Club
    Lake Taupo Yacht Club is a family yacht club on Lake Taupo, providing a racing and cruising programme for adults and introducing young people to sailing, and training them to love and excel at the sport. We have a great clubhouse on the Lake with great views and a boatshed a few yards away. Lake Taupo, New Zealand
    http://www.ltyc.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 30 2014)
  • Lowry Bay Yacht Club
    Established in 1935, the club is the proud owner of a magnificent modern club house positioned at the water's edge. Lowry Bay Yacht Club is well known in the Wellington region as a friendly club, with a great atmosphere and wonderful camaraderie. Obviously there is a competitive element as well as the club has a very active racing programme. The social programme consists of many and varied activities. Wellington, New Zealand
    http://www.lbyc.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Dec 11 2009)
  • Mana Cruising Club
    Formed in 1959 by a group of dedicated boaties, the Mana Cruising Club's goal of developing a friendly, family based club, while fostering safe boating continues. As the name implies, the ManaCC is actively involved in all aspects of cruising, coastal and offshore. Members have sailed to all parts of the globe and are willing to pass on their extensive cruising knowledge. Mana, New Zealand
    http://www.manacc.co.nz/
    (Added: Fri Dec 11 2009)
  • Manawatu Marine Boating Club
    The Manawatu Marine Boating Club welcomes power boats, sail boats, jet skis and other river users. The club has excellent launching facilities and a modern purpose built building. The club has an active fishing, sailing, and pool sections and social club. The Manawatu Marine Boating Club holds seminars and courses to encourage boating safety. It boasts a very strong fishing section and an increasingly strong sailing section with both young and older sailors. Foxton Beach, New Zealand
    http://www.mmbc.org.nz/
    (Added: Wed Nov 15 2017)
  • Mangonui Cruising Club
    Mangonui Cruising Club serves the sailing and cruising community of Doubtless Bay. The club offers varied Sailing and Social Events. The club was founded in 1948 and was housed in a donated, old boatshed. This was improved bit by bit but eventually needed replacing with our new clubrooms completed in 2017. Mill Bay, Mangonui, New Zealand
    https://mangonuicruisingclub.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 03 2019)
  • Manly Sailing Club
    We believe that we have the best Sailing location in New Zealand. Big Manly Bay has beautiful clear warm waters which are sheltered in almost all wind directions and are excellent for beginning sailors & easy launching & retrieving. We simply sail a little further out and get big ocean swells and wind conditions which provide exciting surfing & sailing for experienced sailors. Our members range in age from 7 to over 70 so you are never too young or too old to try sailing. We have great fun out on the water so come and join us. We run learn to sail classes during summer and we race all year round. Whangaparaoa, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.manlysailingclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Tue Jan 21 2014)
  • Maraetai Beach Boating Club
    Our Boating club encourages aquatic and social activities for the recreation and enjoyment of its members. Situated on beautiful Maraetai Beach the Club is the ideal place to meet new people, dine and utilise our superb boating facilities. Our Club hosts many events such as fishing competitions, sailing regattas, social events, a weekly members' jackpot draw and much more. Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.maraetaiboatclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Tue Jan 21 2014)
  • Maraetai Sailing Club
    The Maraetai Sailing Club is a separate Club operating out of the Boat Club grounds. We are a small but active group offering dinghy sailing tuition and participation for Junior and Senior members alike. We are all part of Maraetai Boat Club and we offer the opportunity for junior and senior sailors to participate in sailing events both here at Maraetai Sailing Club and at other clubs around Auckland, New Zealand.
    http://www.maraetaisailingclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Tue Jan 21 2014)
  • Marakura Yacht Club
    Marakura Yacht Club was formed in 1969. The clubrooms were built from a building that was originally located at West Arm, Lake Manapouri, during the construction of the power station. Much work has been done by club members over the years to make the building what it is today. Our club rooms are well equipped with dinghy storage and changing rooms downstairs, and a kitchen, bar, dining/common room upstairs. We have a judges box for the running of races and a balcony running the length of the building. This provides the perfect spot for those not sailing to enjoy our stunning view across the lake to the Fiordland mountains and is an excellent vantage point overlooking the area in which most of our "round the buoys" racing is held. A number of our members regularly sail into the many remote locations of Lakes Te Anau and Manapouri. Te Anau, Southland, New Zealand
    http://www.marakura.org/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Marsden Yacht and Boat Club
    Since 1974 Marsden Yacht and Boat Club has been providing people with a platform to enjoy the beautiful waters of Whangarei Harbour. In recent years the club has gone through a multitude of changes embracing new ways of enjoying the water other than the traditional forms of yachting and dinghy sailing. Sailing is still at the core of our club but our members can regularly be seen out there kayaking, paddleboarding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing or simply trying to catch the big snapper that got away last season. One Tree Point, Northland, Whangarei, New Zealand
    http://marsdenyachtclub.co.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 03 2019)
  • Milford Cruising Club
    Established in 1923, members enjoy a full season of racing, social, and special activities. Training programs are available for juniors. Hauraki Gulf, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.stormloader.com/milfordcc/newindex8.html
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Milford Cruising Club
    The Milford Cruising Club is a vibrant, family oriented boat club located on the Milford Estuary. We offer an all-inclusive programme catering to and supporting sailors of all levels and are one of the most affordable boat clubs in the area. We welcome new membership enquiries! Milford Cruising Club is a sailing and boat club located on the Wairau Estuary on Auckland's North Shore. Our convenient location has easy access to some of the best sailing waters Auckland has to offer. This makes MCC a popular choice for local boaties. Our membership currently stands at around 400. MCC membership offers many benefits to Families and Individuals as well as Corporate Companies and members also enjoy a strong sailing community with regular Races and Social Events. Milford, Auckland, New Zealand
    https://www.milfordcruising.co.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 03 2019)
  • Mount Pleasant Yacht Club
    We are a sailing club located on the Avon and Heathcote Estuary (Ihutai) in Christchurch, New Zealand. We have an active fleet of lasers, sunbursts, zephyrs, optimists, and p class dinghies. Club racing takes places most weekends between September and April. We also have an active Learn to Sail programme for both Juniors and Adults, a Coaching programme for advanced learners. Woolston, Christchurch, New Zealand
    https://www.mpyc.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Mt Maunganui Yacht Club
    Welcome to the Mt Maunganui Yacht Club, we are an active club based in Mt Maunganui, New Zealand. Join MMYC, a Yachting New Zealand affiilated club, and enjoy all the benefits and facilities.
    http://www.mmyc.org.nz/
    (Added: Mon Mar 10 2014)
  • Muritai Yacht Club
    The club offers sailboat racing, junior sailing lessons, social activities and more. We are a family oriented sailing club in Eastbourne, on the eastern side of Wellington Harbour, New Zealand. We run regular round-the-bouys racing for all centre-board sailing classes on Saturdays at 2 pm from mid-September to late April. New members are always welcome Marine Parade, Eastbourne, Wellington, New Zealand
    http://www.myc.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Dec 11 2009)
  • Murrays Bay Sailing Club
    Murrays Bay Sailing club aims to provide a sailing environment that caters for all levels of dinghy sailing within the family environment, with particular emphasis on developing young sailors to achieve excellence in the sport of centerboard sailing and into sailing as a sport for life. The club is located on the beach at Murrays Bay on Aucklandís North Shore. The club runs a progressive training program ranging from Learn to Sail (LTS) through Learn to Race and then onto several fleets of performance racing dinghies. These fleets include Optimist, P class, Starling, Laser, 420s, 29ers, 470ís and RS:X/Techno sail boards. We also have a strong fleet of Zephyr dinghies sailed by our more mature sailors. Murrays Bay, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.murraysbay.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 30 2014)
  • Napier Sailing Club
    Formed in 1891, Napier Sailing Club aims to be the Best Sailing Club in New Zealand. The Napier Sailing Club offers a number of sailing classes designed for different levels and groups of people. From families, any ages from 8 - 80. If you are interested in a competitive or social sailing environment or are a keen fisherman, then the NSC is the right place for you. Napier, New Zealand
    http://www.napiersailingclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Dec 11 2009)
  • Naval Point Club Lyttelton
    Welcome to Naval Point Club Lyttelton. The Club was established in 2001 following the amalgamation of the Banks Peninsula Cruising Club est. 1932; and the Canterbury Yacht and Motor Boat Club est. 1921. With over 750 members the Club, based at Magazine Bay in Lyttelton, provides opportunities for boats of all classes, including junior/youth dinghies, senior dinghies, windsurf, trailer yachts, keelboats, powerboats, waka, jet-ski, swim and other open water sports. Naval Point welcomes anyone interested in open water sports - let us help you access the fantastic water of Lyttelton Harbour/Whakaraupo and the wonderful bays of Banks Peninsula/Horomaka. Lyttelton, Christchurch, New Zealand
    https://www.navalpoint.co.nz/
    (Added: Fri Jan 04 2019)
  • Nelson Yacht Club
    Offers dinghy racing and social activities. Nelson, New Zealand
    http://www.pizzaz.co.nz/nyc/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Nelson Yacht Club
    New Zealand's Oldest Yacht Club. Established 1857. Welcome to Nelson Yacht Club, we are a diverse bunch of members with interests in a wide range of boats and sailing from optimists, Pís and Starlings for junior to progress through to youth sailing in 4.7 and Radial. Adults and expert classes include Lasers and Paper Tigers and the two handed Flying Dutchman and Tornadoís. There is an open fleet for range of mixed classes that we also welcome. We have a learn to sail programme for adults and children. Nelson, New Zealand
    http://www.nelsonyachtclub.org.nz/
    (Added: Sun Jan 18 2015)
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