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Jewel of Sailing on the Whangaparoa Peninsular

by Insunsports 26 Nov 14:43 NZDT 23 November 2018
RS Feva - Russell Coutts Sailing Foundation © Russell Coutts Sailing Foundation

The principal aim of the Russell Coutts Sailing Foundation is to introduce participants to the joys of sailing and to help each sailor grow in character and personal confidence.

The foundation's various programmes incorporate coaching higher performance sailing and racing skills. Also, non-competitive fun and social events, both on and off the water, for young sailors and their families. All ages are encouraged to go sailing here.

The foundation is based at the Manly Sailing Club, Polkinghornes Bay, Manly. A beautiful sandy beach with lots of room and safe sailing conditions, north facing on the Whangaparoa Peninsula, 35 minutes drive north of the Auckland CBD.

Courses are run by accredited YNZ coaches and other experienced yachtsmen and women from the Manly Sailing Club.

Check the foundation website for more information and bookings: www.russellcouttssailingfoundation.org.nz

Insunsports™ are proud product sponsor for participants of the foundation.

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