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New Zealand windsurfing Facebook groups

If you want to make contact with fellow sailors Facebook is fairly active and up to date, often used to check conditions and arrange meetings on a daily basis.

New Zealand
https://www.facebook.com/groups/windsurfingnz/

Auckland
https://www.facebook.com/groups/219068194128/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1031714700196583/

Taranaki
https://www.facebook.com/taranaki.windsurfclub

Bay of Plenty (Tauranga/Mt Maunganui)
https://www.facebook.com/Bay-of-Plenty-Windsurfers-161610003899780

Wellington

Notice of Windsurfing NZ AGM and call for nominations.

Fri 6 Feb 2015
Christchurch

It's normal practice to hold the WNZ AGM at the Nationals as this is the one time when most of those active in the organisation are able to get together. The actual date, time and place are to be confirmed - the practical approach over the last few years is to hold the AGM during down time (which does occur) during the event, i.e. while waiting for wind ... so anyone planning to attend who will not actually be at the event needs to be aware of this and make sure we have your contact details.

North Island Windsurfing Slalom Cup 2014/2015 results

Congratulations to Laurence Carey (NZL-252) for winning the North Island Cup Series despite having to sit out the final round due to injury. Tim Wood , Harry Reed, Luke Watson and Darren Nicholas rounded out the top five positions in the Gold fleet. In the Silver fleet Alex Stroh took first with Rohan Cooke, Bernard carey, John Davies and Ropata Marshall completing the set.

Seafari Windsurf School is for sale


We have been operating this summer time business in Mercury Bay Coromandel Peninsula since 1994 , now we are moving on. It is fully operational, mobile and with the option to add kayak hire as we have.
enquiries to June Ph 07 8660677 email robandjune@clear.net.nz

Hauraki Gulf Use and Values Survey

Hauraki Gulf Use and Values Survey running from 3 March until 21 April 2014.
The survey is being run by AUT PhD candidate Rebecca Jarvis who is studying conservation social networking in the gulf under Dr Barbara Breen. The survey is not specific to conservation, however, and covers all uses and values.

Life's a breeze - windsurf into summer

Sat 22 Oct 2011 - Sun 30 Oct 2011
New Zealand wide

The winds are stronger, the days are longer so its time to get that windsurfer thats been lurking in your garage out. Check everything is still working and safe, and get back onto the water.

Starting with the Taranaki Wavesailing Classic, one of New Zealands biggest and most social event on the windsurfing calendar, this week will feature a number of activities around the country to mark the start of the 'windsurfing season'.

NI Cup Round 2

Sat 20 Nov 2010
Auckland

The last race day of the AWA Slalom Series will also count towards round two of the north island cup. The race day is on a roll over to ensure a windy day for the event. Keep an eye here for the announcement as well as deepfried.tv. Venue will be somewhere in Auckland. Notice of race and sailing instructions are shown below.
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Windsurfing Instructor training - 2 day course

Sat 25 Sep 2010 - Sun 26 Sep 2010
Auckland

25/26 September 2010 - Auckland. Master Instructor, Pete Smith.
Ph/txt 0274 845010  http://www.aucklandwindsurfing.co.nz
Further dates to be confirmed. Cost: $350

Clean-Up the World Weekend 2010 - what does your sailing spot look like?

Fri 17 Sep 2010 - Sun 19 Sep 2010
Your place

In 2010, the Clean Up the World theme is “Communities caring for nature”. Participating groups will undertake activities such as protecting water sources, planting trees, reducing waste, education and awareness raising.

Clean Up the World partners with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to inspire and empower communities to "clean up, fix up and conserve their environment" by carrying out initiatives ranging from waste removal and tree planting to water and energy conservation projects.

Marine farms to grab four times current area under fast tracked rules

Although it is claimed that only 0.02% of the New Zealand coastline is taken for sea farms, as can be seen from the map, this area overlays some of New Zealand's finest cruising grounds and the grab of sea space proposed by the group will be a quadrupling of the size of sea farms in these cruising grounds and sheltered bays.

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