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Good luck to all our SSANZ Members and regulars competing in the PIC Coastal Classic today! By the looks of this πŸ“· from our mates on Wasabi Racing it could be a record setting one for a long slow beat north! A massive shout out to the two handed crews doing the race! Have a great day!! #ssanz #piccostalclassic #onthewind ... See MoreSee Less

Good luck to all our SSANZ Members and regulars competing in the PIC Coastal Classic today! By the looks of this πŸ“· from our mates on Wasabi Racing it could be a record setting one for a long slow beat north! A massive shout out to the two handed crews doing the race! Have a great day!! #ssanz #piccostalclassic #onthewind

Some great shots from Duty Free - "make mine a rum" of he last few days! ... See MoreSee Less

Awesome afternoon on the beach at Shark Bay for the Chains Ropes and Anchors Prize Giving and some amazing prizes thanks to our awesome sponsor! And to add to a great afternoon many of the fleet are now on a glamour sail home! Thanks to everyone who joined us for this race! Bring on Anzac weekend 2021 for the next Chains Ropes and Anchors Enduro! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tristan Campbell, can’t believe you made us withdraw πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

It was pretty dark last night for the Short Haul division who split after rounding Rakino to either head back across the top of Waiheke or right around and back up the Tamaki Straight - the Tamaki Straight paid off with Southern Fun -Anna and Aaron Sailing just taking like honours less than a minute in front of Kaimai Flyer Young 11! ... See MoreSee Less

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Great work Anna & Aaron!! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

Prize giving for the Chains Ropes and Anchors Enduro has been moved forward to 1300 today. Xs marks the spot in Shark Bay for the prize giving. If you raced make sure your at prize giving, will have bbq and rum for all.... need a ride? VHF 77 SSANZ sports radio for collection from your boat and a ride ashore. Spread the word! See you at 1pm ... See MoreSee Less

Prize giving for the Chains Ropes and Anchors Enduro has been moved forward to 1300 today. Xs marks the spot in Shark Bay for the prize giving. If you raced make sure your at prize giving, will have bbq and rum for all.... need a ride? VHF 77 SSANZ sports radio for collection from your boat and a ride ashore. Spread the word! See you at 1pm

Awesome race report from the Young 88’s. The translation of the video is something like:

"It was fruity off the start line with wind against tide, the worst sea state of the race. A long beat up the inside of waiheke with the breeze building at the end as we cleared the shelter of waiheke. A lay through the bottom end and out pakatoa channel into the nasty sea way. Bear away around the end of waiheke and chute up for a blast down to rakino with the waves building all the way down. 2 mins rest around the back of rakino before popping out into a very long beat in stiff breeze and large sea startup to gannet. Wasn’t leaping off waves but just big waves. Around the corner again and pop the chute back in through pakatoa and a tight reach through to the finish. We finished at 5am and motoring home now with the sun coming up"
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Well done! Respect! Shame I could not follow with a tracker.

Nice work Brad and Keryn! πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Cheers

The latest updates from the tracker at 9:30pm and the first of the cruising division fleet are less than 30 mins from the finish with some nice long tacks down the side of Waiheke as they head for the Shark Bay finish, while in the short haul division who are off around the top of Waiheke to Rakino then back to Shark Bay to finish are making good time. Tuatahi has a good lead and the mighty Piedy Rat Catchers doing well in the back of the pack! ... See MoreSee Less

The latest updates from the tracker at 9:30pm and the first of the cruising division fleet are less than 30 mins from the finish with some nice long tacks down the side of Waiheke as they head for the Shark Bay finish, while in the short haul division who are off around the top of Waiheke to Rakino then back to Shark Bay to finish are making good time. Tuatahi has a good lead and the mighty Piedy Rat Catchers doing well in the back of the pack!Image attachment

The team on Kaimai Flyer Young 11 make it look pleasant out on the water...... ... See MoreSee Less

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Great old boat. Delivered her too new Guinea about 20 years ago

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