EVOLUTION SAILS PRESENTS

2020 Evolution Sails Round North Island Race - Leg 3 Start Highlights

Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand Evolution Sails NZ Round North Island Race: It was an overcast and gloomy day in Wellington for the start of Leg 3, but that didn't stop the sailors from fizzing with excitement to get underway to Napier!Video: Live Sail Die

Posted by Live Sail Die on Monday, 2 March 2020
2020 Evolution Sails Round North Island Race - Leg 2 Start Highlights

Mangonoui turned it on for the start of the longest leg of the Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand Evolution Sails NZ Round North Island Race! Check out this quick highlights video of the start. Wired Racing has finished Leg 2 and now we are waiting for the rest of the fleet to arrive in Wellington.Video: Live Sail Die

Posted by Live Sail Die on Wednesday, 26 February 2020
2020 Evolution Sails Round North Islands: Laissez Faire / Pre-Race

Rodney Keenan from Evolution Sails NZ isn't just the sponsor of the Evolution Sails Round North Island Race, he is also a competitor! Rodney is racing with his mate Mike Beasley and the pair have something that everyone is after... Extra freezer space!Video: Live Sail Die

Posted by Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand on Thursday, February 20, 2020
2020 Evolution Sails Round North Islands: High Voltage / Pre-Race

There is just over a week to go until the start of the Evolution Sails NZ Round Noth Island Race, so we caught up with the "High Voltage" team to see how they were feeling pre-race.Video: Live Sail DieHigh Voltage: Astrolabe Sailing & VM2 Racing

Posted by Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand on Tuesday, February 11, 2020
2020 Evolution Sails Round North Islands: Moving Violation / Pre-Race

Ben Beasley and Nick Gardiner (Moving Violation) are the youngest team in the Evolution Sails NZ Round North Island Race sailing the smallest boat. But they are doing something massive to raise awareness for a very improtant cause.Video: Live Sail DieMV Sailing Elliott 7.9

Posted by Shorthanded Sailing Association of New Zealand on Thursday, February 20, 2020