7th - 15th August 2019
Expressions Of Interest to be Sought
New Zealand has previously sent a team to this regatta in 2012, 2014 and again in 2016 and intends to sign an exchange agreement with them for the coming season. The experience gained from past regattas would suggest that, whilst it was a fantastic experience, it would perhaps be best viewed as an opportunity to experience a different sailing location and culture and use it as a means to build familiarity in traveling internationally to a regatta.
26-28 January 2019
The Auckland Champs is a three day regatta over Auckland Anniversary weekend, 26th to 28th of January 2019, for Open and Green Fleet Sailors and hosted by Maraetai Sailing Club.
The regatta also incorporates the Auckland Starling Champs (a Traveller Series regatta), the Rs Feva Auckland Champs, 420 & 29er’s.
Monday's sailing constitutes the official Ports of Auckland, Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta.
17 - 19 February 2017
Queen Charlotte Yacht Club welcomes sailors and parents from all over New Zealand to the largest centerboard regatta in the South Island. The Interislander is the third ranking regatta for the 2016/17 season.
The Interislander are offering great discounts for sailors and families to get across the Cook Strait.
The 2017 Interislander Optimist Challenge includes the 2017 Port of Marlborough Starling Championship.
28 - 30 January 2017
Get your entries in for the Auckland Optimist Champs at Murrays Bay - a three day regatta over Auckland Anniversary weekend, 28th to 30th January 2017, for Open and Green Fleet Sailors. The Auckland Champs is the second of the four Optimist Ranking Regattas for 2016/2017.
The regatta also incorporates the Auckland Starling Champs (a Traveller Series regatta).
3rd & 4th December 2016
The Sir Peter Blake Torbay Regatta is New Zealand's largest and most anticipated annual centre board regatta, and it is always held over the first full weekend of December. Sailed in the superb sailing waters off Torbay, Auckland it hosts the most commonly sailed centreboard dinghy classes. Each event has approximately 450 sailors, and as many as 60 support craft. This regatta is not just another regatta, it's truly unique on the sailing calendar. No other regatta comes close to the size, professionalism, and the experience offered here. It is a must do for any keen sailor.