All three NZL Sailing Team Laser campaigners, and New Zealand’s best up-and-comers, will be joined by top international competitors from Australia, Sweden, Ireland, Norway, Singapore, the Netherlands and Korea for the 2014 Oceanbridge Sail Auckland.
The States are coming up on the weekend of 1st and 2nd February at Georges River Sailing Club.
This will be a top event at a great sailing venue. Entry is $60 and just $30 for sailors under 21.
Laser, Laser Radial and Laser 4.7, entries close 25th January. Continue reading
TV sports presenter Sandy Roberts added some star power to the presentation of the 2014 Australian Laser Championships.
The outcome for the Radial and Standard fleet were really forgone conclusions with Australian Sailing Team Member Matthew Wearn (WA) taking the Standard title and double World Men’s Champion Tristan Brown (WA) taking the overall Radial title.
On day three of the Laser Nationals an overcast sky with a 10 knot Westerly greeted competitors.
With two races scheduled for each fleet, race officers Ross Wilson and Peter Merritt were keen to get away on time so everybody was back on shore in good time to make the most of New Years Eve. Continue reading
McCrae Yacht Club is once again hosting a major National Championships; the 2014 Australian Laser Championships from 27 December to 4 January.
With over 170 sailors registered the championships will see some tough competition across all three fleets. Many sailors have spent the last week at the club honing their skills and familiarising themselves with the local conditions.
Merry Xmas from the PSA team.
We will be closed from the 20th Dec 2013 and re opening on Monday 6th January 2014.
All online orders placed during this period will be shipped on Tuesday 7th January.
The ISAF World Sailing Rankings for 9 December 2013 have been released. Disappointment at the Laser World Championship turned into joy at ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne for world number one Tom Burton (AUS) who won the second of five regattas of the 2013-14 series.
The 2013 Laser Masters World Championships in Oman produced a brand new set of champions today bringing the curtain down on one of the most successful regattas in recent history.