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RPNYC Sailing Academy - Wild Winds

Wellington

RYA qualified instructor
Mobile school
2 Hr taster lesson
6 Hr (2 x 3Hr) lesson

Lessons will run from Motukaraka Point (Pauatahanui Inlet) and have a go and open days will be here at Oriental Bay (Wellington City)

More info and book online

Petone - Esplanade playground

Eastern end of Petone foreshore, parking, rigging, changing. Southerly winds only. Learner, freeride, chophop and small wave

Eastbourne - Shortt Park

Free ride, chop hop, freestyle, learning.Uncrowded, parking and rigging areas. 20-30 min from city.

Eastbourne funday

Sun 1 Nov 2009 (All day)
Beach opposite Eastbourne RSA

Eastbourne fundays are a no pressure chance to meet, talk and go sailing with others from the windsurfing community.
Members from the WWA will be there to cook some sausages on the BBQ and help answer some of your questions about windsurfing.

Eastbourne fundays happen on the first sunday of the month during summer (daylight savings) from 11am at Marine Parade Eastbourne by the Eastbourne RSA. It is a friendly place with room to rig and a plaground for the kids right next door.

The date and location do not change, you decide on the day if the weather suits you.

Free Wave Series 2009

Sat 21 Nov 2009 (All day)
Wellington (next round)

Round 3
windsurfingmadd@hotmail.com

WWA Club Day and New Skills Clinic

Sat 5 Dec 2009 (All day)
Location TBC

The WWA club day is a day for WWA members to come and sail together with a social BBQ on the beach afterwards

* It will be on Saturday 5 December (Sunday 6 December reserve day) at the most appropriate location for wind on the day

The day also includes a New Skills Clinic for intermediate sailors.

Free postage from NZ Post for your club

See if your windsurfing club qualifies for free postage
http://www.nzpost.co.nz/Cultures/en-NZ/AboutUs/Sponsorship/CommunityPost...

1978 documentary on windsurfing across Cook Strait by Sam Neill

A 1978 documentary that follows the attempt by three young people to be the first windsurfers to cross Cook Strait. Directed and narrated by Sam Neill (soon to be famous as an actor) for the National Film Unit. The skeptical Cook Strait pilot John Cataldo asks them: "do you wanna have a crack?" "Yeah, bloody oath" one of the surfers replies. They face the Strait's infamous winds, tides, swells, sharks and exhaustion.

Windsurfing - Harbour a Blast ....

About 38 windsurfers and six kitesurfers took full advantage of yesterday's blustery Wellington morning for their annual "Harbour Blast" race around Matiu/Somes Island. Full story http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/2300313/Lets-go-fly...

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