You can see the final Race results and Event Report here…
The race follows a traditional course, as outlined on the chart. It is at the discretion of the organisers to amend it, should the need arise.
Between boat Hinewai (Martin Farrand), or alternatively boat Tuna (Jill Heterington) and the 5-knot buoy in the middle of Bon Accord harbour.
6pm, Sunday at the KBC Clubrooms.
The organisers recommend online entries.
Once the handicapping is completed the participants will receive a race map containing their start time
The Mahurangi Cruising Club was founded by Peter Bayley and Peter Oxborough between 1988 and 1990.
Ian Free advocated the benefits of a Club Yearbook. He became its editor, while Stephen Horsley came to be the designer.
The first edition was published in 1999.
On page 12 of that inaugural volume, one can read the following article regarding the inaugural Spring Splash.
Celebrate the opening of the 2017/18 season at the Kawau Boating Club
A cup replica will be there courtesy of the RNZYS.
Some who were there will tell it like it was…….
Hopefully ETNZ will be there
Ian Cook, RNZYS Vice Commodore, will talk about the impact of
the cup defence on the Auckland yachting scene
Then mix and mingle – take a ‘selfie’ with the cup – talk sailing
Robyn and Davo will be offering the traditional KBC hospitality
FAMILY AND FRIENDS WELCOME