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Yachting NZ: Briefings - Aug 10: Latest YNZ news Yachting NZ: Briefings - Aug 10: Latest YNZ news Kiwi sailors have been flying the flag high overseas with a series of top results internationally Young New Zealand sailors have been flying the flag high overseas with a series of top results internationally. Three of those successes from the past fortnight are featured. Also the latest Regional Roundup and more... by Michael Brown / Yachting NZ Posted 11 Aug 14:36 NZST Maritime NZ: Sea Change July 2022 newsletter Maritime NZ: Sea Change July 2022 newsletter Maritime border opened July 31 to previously Prohibited Vessels - two categories for entry SeaChange brings you news you can use to stay safe on the water, plus updates from Maritime NZ and the maritime sector. Includes the port health and safety update and assessments and requirements for Category 1 and 2 Vessels by Maritime New Zealand Posted 10 Aug 17:31 NZST Getting close to the sailing action with Fujinon Getting close to the sailing action with Fujinon The Fujinon 14x40 binoculars will be a big gain for Sail-World's coverage of major events. The very attractive features of Fujinon's 14x40 TS-X binoculars were double the magnification, image stabilisation, and brilliant optical technology. From the testing we have done on and off the water, the Fujinon 14x40 binoculars tick all our boxes. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 7 Aug 12:52 NZST C-Tech News August 2022 C-Tech News August 2022 Latest News and Product updates from C-Tech plus Europe based Sales and Support C-Tech Newsletter August 2022 announcing the establishment of European based product and support; developments in C-Tech batten technology and fittings; and a new sail batten tension adjuster. by Anna Merchant Posted 5 Aug 12:06 NZST Golden Globe Race: Dalton pressing on Golden Globe Race: Dalton pressing on Golden Globe Race: Dalton obtains medical course, and is about to start the qualifier Graham Dalton has he advised Sail-World.com that he had now completed the required medical course, and is about to start the qualifying voyage. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World Posted 22 Jul 14:28 NZST Maritime NZ: Sea Change June 2022 newsletter Maritime NZ: Sea Change June 2022 newsletter Maritime NZ: Sea Change June 2022 - Maritime border opens; 11 rescued at sea Several border agencies working are together to ensure the maritime border is able to receive all vessels from 11:59pm July 31. This will enable the return of cruise ships, recreational vessels and specialist vessels. by Maritime NZ Posted 6 Jul 16:05 NZST Superyacht New Zealand launches to the world Superyacht New Zealand launches to the world Superyacht New Zealand will launch to the world at the Superyacht Cup Palma The world's superyacht playground is in the palm of your hands.Superyacht New Zealand will launch to the world at the Superyacht Cup Palma; cruising and chartering in the adventure capital can now be planned from anywhere in the world. by Isla McKechnie Posted 29 Jun 15:49 NZST 120+ voices for a healthy ocean at UN Ocean Meet 120+ voices for a healthy ocean at UN Ocean Meet Top sportspeople and ocean communities commit to using their platform for a healthy ocean Sailors Peter Burling and Blair Tuke presented a commitment of over 120 leading sportspeople and ocean communities to UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for the Ocean, Ambassador Thomson at the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon on Monday. by Kelsey Hunter Posted 28 Jun 01:27 NZST Armstrong Foils: 'Forward Geometry' innovation Armstrong Foils: 'Forward Geometry' innovation Armstrong Foils new and innovative “Forward Geometry” highlight their drive and passion Our new and innovative “Forward Geometry” Wing Surf and Wing Sup board designs, highlight the drive and passion Armstrongs have to always be improving and maximizing the potential of every ride! by Armstrong Foils Posted 10 Jun 11:16 NZST Doyle Sails partner with Langford and Gilmour Doyle Sails partner with Langford and Gilmour Doyle Sails International has announced a powerhouse partnership with Seagull Sails Doyle Sails International has announced a powerhouse partnership with Seagull Sails, owned and operated by world-renowned, professional sailors Kyle Langford and David Gilmour. by Danielle Burridge/Doyle Sails Posted 10 Jun 00:56 NZST Maritime NZ: Sea Change May 2022 newsletter Maritime NZ: Sea Change May 2022 newsletter updates from Maritime NZ, including a diver checklist; heavy fines for auto-pilot collision SeaChange brings you news you can use to stay safe on the water, plus updates from Maritime NZ and the maritime sector. Including a diver checklist, a conviction and heavy fines for a collision when one of the boats was on auto-pilot. by Maritime NZ Posted 8 Jun 01:18 NZST Seasick: Episode 3 - Recreational Fishing Seasick: Episode 3 - Recreational Fishing NZ has a high rate of boat ownership per capita - can recreational fisherfolk fish better? We investigate how the recreational fishing catch is measured by science, whether the fishing limits are too generous and how rec fishers can fish better. We look into marine reserves, the many forms they can take and the various opinions on them. by stuff.co.nz Posted 7 Jun 21:53 NZST Live Ocean Winter Dip is back Live Ocean Winter Dip is back Live Ocean Winter Dip is back for its third consecutive year to mark World Ocean Day June 8 The Live Ocean Winter Dip is back for its third consecutive year on Wednesday 8 June to mark World Ocean Day. by Live Ocean Posted 7 Jun 15:58 NZST Seasick: Episode 2 - Sustainable fishing Seasick: Episode 2 - Sustainable fishing Commercial fishing is often singled out as the main culprit in over-exploitation Commercial fishing is often singled out as the main culprit in over-exploitation, but there is a need for healthy protein for New Zealanders. Some fishing methods cause a lot of collateral damage to the Gulf. by stuff.co.nz Posted 6 Jun 10:13 NZST Seasick: Episode 1 - Saving the Hauraki Gulf Seasick: Episode 1 - Saving the Hauraki Gulf Hauraki Gulf It is in a state of ecological collapse - first in a seven part series The Hauraki Gulf Marine Park was the first marine park established in New Zealand. It reaches from Te Arai to Waihi in the North Island, an area of more than 1.2 million hectares which includes more than 50 islands. It is in a state of ecological collapse by stuff.co.nz Posted 4 Jun 12:47 NZST Doyle Sails helps keep old sails out of landfill Doyle Sails helps keep old sails out of landfill What happens to a sail at the end of its life, has been a problem Doyle Sails has been working to so Doyle Sails partners with Sail to Shelter, a not for profit organization headed by Angela Abshier, set up entirely to upcycle retired sails by converting them into shade and shelter for humanitarian aid organisations to support crises around the world. by Danielle Burridge/Doyle Sails Posted 3 Jun 11:08 NZST
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