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Covid-19 information for NZ Sailing Clubs

by Yachting NZ 23 Mar 02:56 NZDT 23 March 2020
See below for the changes to sailing schedules in response to covid-19 © Yachting NZ

Find all the latest information here about the Covid-19 outbreak and what it might mean for your club, class association, course or regatta.

Things are moving rapidly so please email with any updates.

Postponed events

- 99th Lipton Cup Interclub Challenge - Etchells national championships - Hartley 16 national championships - RS Feva national championships - Optimist national championships - Starling national championships - Bay of Plenty Trailer Yacht Squadron Regatta, including the New Zealand Trailer Yacht Association NZ championships - 3.7 and Hobie National Championships - Young 88 national championships

Cancelled events

- Tiapo Shield Regatta - Paper Tiger Grand Prix Series - Maraetai Auckland East Series - Sailing Wanganui end of term regatta - Wanganui annual regatta - Hamilton Yacht Club Regatta - Sunburst and J14 national championships - Taupo Trailer Yacht Regatta - Secondary Schools Team Sailing national championships - Evans Bay Yacht & Motor Boat Club Annual Regatta - Waller Cup & Hansa Liberty North Islands - Paremata Regatta including Wellington centreboard championships and Wellington Laser championships - Top of the South Team Sailing - Lower South Island Team Sailing - Oyster Regatta - Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Central North Island teams racing regionals - Muritai Yacht Club Regatta - Yachting New Zealand Coach and Race Official Courses - Teams Racing Umpire Seminar 19/20 April- Cancelled (as associated team sailing nationals cancelled) - International Umpire seminar 6th-11th October- a decision regarding whether to proceed with the seminar will be made in July. We encourage people to register so we are aware of their interest but we recommend to hold off making travel arrangements for now. We will continue to monitor and keep everyone updated as the situation develops.

Closed clubs

- Bluff Yacht Club - Charteris Bay Yacht Club - Port Chalmers Yacht Club - Naval Point Club Lyttelton - Manly Sailing Club - Kohimarama Yacht Club - Evans Bay Yacht and Motor Boat Club - Royal Akarana Yacht Club (although club assets are available to hire)

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