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    Sail Auckland - February 3>7th 2005 - ISAF Grade 2 Regatta
    Posted On:  17/10/2004 11:41:42

    Attention Olympic Class sailors - dust off your sailing gear!

    Sail Auckland invites top international sailors to compete in New Zealand’s premier Olympic Class regatta. 

    Sail Auckland is hosted by the Kohimarama Yacht Club, which is situated on the edge of the Waitemata Harbour, Auckland, renowned for it’s spectacular yachting events. This is a fabulous chance to come and enjoy top training and racing, a variety of social events, our warm sunny climate and our world famous scenery and hospitality.

    Sail Auckland will run from 3rd to 7th February 2005 followed by the Laser, Laser Radial, Europe, 470 and 420 class national championships soon after. The program will also include a 1 to 2 week Yachting New Zealand Olympic Academy training program for local and international sailors before and after Sail Auckland.

    NZ is cheap – you get 2 NZ$ for every Euro and they go just as far!

    We will provide all the support we can to make it easy for you to come and have a great winter break. Top international sailors who are prepared participate in and to assist with the running of our coaching clinics are invited to apply quickly for air travel assistance.

    Contact us now for help to organize accommodation or for affordable home stay if you prefer. Boats are available for charter so register your interest as early as possible. 

    The yacht club and accommodation are situated near to Auckland city center with easy access to shops and supermarkets. 

    Contact Sarah Powrie at sarahpowrie@clear.net.nz 
    Tom Macky at
    tmacky@paradise.net.nz for more information.

    Other Regattas and events arranged to coincide with Sail Auckland as follows:

    Mistral class nationals – 29-31 January, Takapuna. Contact paul@yachtingnz.org.nz for further details.