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21/11/2011

The popular vote for the 'Wellywood' sign is to have a sign saying Wellington with the last 3 letters blowing away. It's great to see that Wellingtonians are getting over the denial stage and willing to celebrate Wellington's wind instead of trying to hide it.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellywood-or-what/6002075/Winn...

13/11/2011

Location to advised (Plimerton or Lyall Bay) If theres wind you can try out the latest windsurf gear from Naish, Gaastra, Vandal, Tabou, Quatro and check out the NZ debut of a great new brand!. If the wind doesn't cooperate we'll have all the SUPs for you to try hope fully in some surf.

Event organiser
Name Chris
Phone 021 220 8873
Email chris@oceanoutfitters.co.nz

29/10/2011

All day at Dolly Varden Park, beside the Mana Bridge.
Come down and try out the selection of Tabou and Naish paddle boards,from wave eating machines through to cruisers and race boards. Also the latest in paddle designs from Naish and Kialoa that will have you drooling.
Chris
Phone 0212208873
Email chris@oceanoutfitters.co.nz

25/10/2011

Wild Winds should be in the new store and open for business next Tuesday the 22nd of October. Our new shop location is 36 Customhouse Quay (corner of Johnston Street and Customhouse Quay)
Their Phone Number is also changing: (04) 473 3458
The postal address will remain the same:
P.O. Box 1620 Wellington

25/10/2011

Wellington address to be advised by email to members. In the evening after Round One of the Freewave, We are also holding the WWA AGM, with a BBQ from 4pm and AGM starting at 5pm. Food will be provided, please BYO drinks. If you have anything specific to put on the agenda or any further queries please contact us.

keep an eye on your inbox - the WWA will email all members soon with the Wellington address for the bbq & AGM event. We encourage as many windsurfers to come along and have a drink, catch up with the locals and meet new people.

Hope to see you there! http://www.wwa.org.nz/

25/10/2011

The WWA Freewave is firstly a wave event if the conditions allow followed by a freestyle comp if the waves aren't working on the day. We are also planning to run a beach start race before each Freewave event this year too. Hope you will come along and join in. The location, either Plimmerton, Lyall Bay or Evans Bay will be decided on the day and everyone notified on this webpage and also on deepfried.tv. The following Sunday, 29th Jan, will be a reserve day.

Registration
Register - free for WWA members - Free

25/10/2011

The WWA Freewave is firstly a wave event if the conditions allow followed by a freestyle comp if the waves aren't working on the day. We are also planning to run a beach start race before each Freewave event this year too. Hope you will come along and join in. The location, either Plimmerton, Lyall Bay or Evans Bay will be decided on the day and everyone notified on this webpage and also on deepfried.tv. The following Sunday, 13 Nov, will be a reserve day.

Registration
Register - free for WWA members - Free

25/10/2011

The WWA Freewave is firstly a wave event if the conditions allow followed by a freestyle comp if the waves aren't working on the day. We are also planning to run a beach start race before each Freewave event this year too. Hope you will come along and join in. The location, either Plimmerton, Lyall Bay or Evans Bay will be decided on the day and everyone notified on this webpage and also on deepfried.tv. The following Sunday, 30th Oct, will be a reserve day.

Registration
Register - free for WWA members - Free

05/09/2011

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'.

11/07/2011

A chilly dip in the Wellington Harbour is the best way to celebrate the cooler months. The forecast is for sunshine on Saturday but the event is on rain, hail or shine! Join the hundreds of others, dress up for the cause, and head down to the Petone Foreshore outside the Heretaunga Boat Club for the annual mid-winter swim.

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