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Sailing world mourns the loss of Pete Waters Sailing world mourns the loss of Pete Waters "He would want people to learn from his experiences with skin cancer" Pete Waters invariably succeeded at anything he put his mind to - he was a top sailor, rower, rugby player, jazz musician, business owner and husband and father - and even confounded doctors in his fight with skin cancer. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 26 Nov 15:41 NZDT Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders are hiring! Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders are hiring! Opportunity for a Sales & Marketing Manager and also a Marine Engineer Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders (LSB) specialises in the construction of custom-built composite and timber vessels, and are offering the opportunity for a Sales & Marketing Manager and also a Marine Engineer to join their team by Luke Hill/Lloyd Stevenson. Boatbuilders Posted 25 Nov 00:42 NZDT Friends of Hauraki Gulf - Info for all cruisers Friends of Hauraki Gulf - Info for all cruisers New marine reserve, Dead seals in Gulf, Flight of the Godwits and more Latest newsletter from the Friends of the Hauraki Gulf - a must read for anyone cruising in the Hauraki Gulf on the current issues in this popular cruising ground, including the establishment of a new marine reserve and how they improve fish stocks. by Friends of the Hauraki Gulf Posted 23 Nov 11:01 NZDT Dredging company takes Marine Biosecurity onboard Dredging company takes Marine Biosecurity onboard Heron Construction is a commercial vessel operator that takes marine biosecurity seriously. Heron Construction is a commercial vessel operator that takes marine biosecurity seriously. It goes to great efforts to keep its barges, tugs and dredgers clean when they move up and down the country to build and maintain ports, wharves and marinas by Clean Below? Good to Go Posted 18 Nov 17:34 NZDT Garden of Evil: A look at Amazon assassinations Garden of Evil: A look at Amazon assassinations Why Peter Blake and conservationists are killed in the Amazon - and a look inside a Brazilian prison Garden of Evil is a new documentary, five years in the making, covering Sir Peter Blake's shooting, Capt Pete Bethune's knife attack, and corruption in the Amazon. Blake was but one of several hundred conservationists assassinated in the Amazon. by Mediawave Posted 13 Nov 21:37 NZDT How the RS Quest is making a difference How the RS Quest is making a difference The RS Quest is now firmly embedded in New Zealand sailing culture It's more fun to learn with friends. And that is one of the reasons that the RS Quest is now firmly embedded in New Zealand sailing culture by NZ Sailcraft Posted 12 Nov 22:00 NZDT Marine Biosecurity: Gotchya! A good news story Marine Biosecurity: Gotchya! A good news story What happened when this marine pest was found in Tauranga An example of how surveillance is working to protect our coastlines from marine pests: The invasive Lightbulb sea squirt (Clavelina lepadiformis) was detected at Sulphur Point Marina in Tauranga, and here's how it was eradicated. by Clean Below? Good to Go Posted 12 Nov 20:22 NZDT RS Aeros are about to land! RS Aeros are about to land! NZ Sailcraft announces great November deal on RS Aeros - get yours now for the summer. Put your name on an RS Aero one-person sailing dinghy now. With a great introductory offer on new boat sales in November and summer approaching there is no better time to try the RS Aero. by Sail-World NZL Posted 11 Nov 23:00 NZDT Predictwind offers forecast accuracy analysis Predictwind offers forecast accuracy analysis A real-time validation system to show the accuracy of available models To help you make the best forecasting decisions, Predictwind have developed a real-time validation system to show you the accuracy of all the available models in PredictWind over the last week and month. by Nick Olson/Predictwind Posted 11 Nov 11:56 NZDT ZeroJet electric powered tender selects Super B ZeroJet electric powered tender selects Super B ZeroJet electric jet propulsion systems has partnered with Super B as battery supplier ZeroJet manufacture high-performance lightweight electric jet propulsion systems for boat builders and has chosen Super B as their exclusive battery supplier. By choosing Super B, ZeroJet made an extremely safe and smart decision by Billy Tong - Racetech Posted 8 Nov 11:46 NZDT Australian entrant in Golden Globe Race wrecked Australian entrant in Golden Globe Race wrecked Michael Davey (60) was wrecked in a gale after competing his qualifying voyage for the GGR An entrant in the Golden Globe Race, has been wrecked in Abel Tasman National Park, after being driven ashore in a 40kt gale on Monday night. Michael Davey (60) from Adelaide had just completed a non-stop circumnavigation of the North Island of NZ. by Richard Gladwell Posted 8 Nov 03:28 NZDT Doyle Sails: Making it personal - Stu Bannaytne Doyle Sails: Making it personal - Stu Bannaytne Stu Bannatyne on how SS foiling technology and Doyle Structureless Luff combine in a new project Thirty years of racking up ocean racing titles plus high-level engineering expertise gave Stu Bannatyne the perfect grounding to help create and refine two of the most important sailing innovations of the current era. by Ivor Wilkins Posted 8 Nov 00:03 NZDT Yachting NZ Briefings - Nov 3: Excellence Awards Yachting NZ Briefings - Nov 3: Excellence Awards Yachting New Zealand's Briefings for November 3, 2021 - Excellence Awards to go online Yachting New Zealand's Briefings for November 3, 2021 - Excellence Awards to go online; YNZ Coaching courses go online; George Gautrey is back on the international regatta circuit; Young 88's celebrate their 40th and more by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 4 Nov 20:48 NZDT Marine Biosecurity: The speed cost of a dirty hull Marine Biosecurity: The speed cost of a dirty hull A clean hull benefits a boat's performance – and a dirty hull reduces it. But exactly how much so? “Ask any racing yachtsperson if their boat is slower when fouled, even with a bit of slime,” says antifoul coating specialist Kevin Purdy. “The answer will be an emphatic yes.” by Clean Below? Good to Go Posted 29 Oct 20:24 NZDT Marine Biosecurity: Five alternatives to Antifoul Marine Biosecurity: Five alternatives to Antifoul Antifoul is considered our best line of defence against marine pests, but it's not the only option. Antifoul is considered our best line of defence against marine pests, but it's not the only option. From simply using your boat more often, to sophisticated technologies, here are some other options to consider. by Clean Below? Good to Go Posted 21 Oct 23:47 NZDT Sea Scouts get a fun head start in RS Feva class Sea Scouts get a fun head start in RS Feva class Scouts Aotearoa is the latest organisation to identify the two-handed RS Feva as the path forward Scouts Aotearoa is the latest organisation to identify the two-handed RS Feva as the path forward for youth sailors, especially youth in the Sea Scout Branch of the organisation. It now has boats in Nelson, Auckland and Dunedin, and soon in Gisborne by NZ Sailcraft Posted 15 Oct 15:00 NZDT Marine Biosecurity: Line of first defence Marine Biosecurity: Line of first defence Part 1 in a series about anti-foul coatings from the team behind ‘Clean Below? Good to Go' Part one in a series of three articles about antifoul coatings from the team behind ‘Clean Below? Good to go' addresses how the global industry is coming up with solutions to biofouling challenges. by Clean Below? Good to Go Posted 13 Oct 13:06 NZDT Waikawa's new Club Boat launched in great style Waikawa's new Club Boat launched in great style A spray of bubbles signaled the launch of MV Ray White the new club boat for Waikawa BC A well-aimed swing of a bottle of gold flecked champagnoise by Waikawa Boating Club Patron, Nicky Jenkins, onto the bow of the brand-new catamaran, signaled the beginning of a new era for the club. MV Ray White was launched! by David Hancock Posted 6 Oct 12:02 NZDT Let's go sailing - NZ RS Feva Assoc - October 2021 Let's go sailing - NZ RS Feva Assoc - October 2021 We hope all of our Feva families are well and looking forward to the season ahead We hope all of our Feva families are well and looking forward to the season ahead now we have been given the green light to be on the water again. by The Feva Association Team Posted 5 Oct 22:18 NZDT Hunt for marine pests gets underway Hunt for marine pests gets underway Divers will start checking moored and berthed vessels, and marine structures for marine pests. Summer surveillance is set to get underway again soon, with divers in Northland, Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Waikato (Coromandel), Gisborne and Hawkes Bay and checking moored and berthed vessels, and marine structures for marine pests. by Zoe Hawkins Posted 4 Oct 21:21 NZDT
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