Patio Bay – photos, video & full results
We were treated to another spectacular Patio Bay weekend in December with a large number of launches and yachts heading down to the bottom end of Waiheke for the traditional CYA pre-Christmas weekend. Full results of the passage race can be found here
Congratulations to the divisional winners:
A Classic Division – Katrina II
B Classic Division – Jonquil
A Modern Division – Archernar
B Modern Division – Paramour
Townsons – Romance
As usual, Alan Houghton over at Waitemata Woody’s captured some great photos – you can check them out here. The above photos are from Waitemata Woody’s. Roger Mills on board Aotea shot some great video – check it out below!
Launch parade at Mahurangi regatta – January 2018
We ask that any launches intending to take part in the parade at Sullivan’s Bay during the Mahurangi Regatta on Saturday 27 January 2018 send your details to Joyce Talbot at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can help co-ordinate this increasingly popular event!
Look forward to seeing you all there!
Biosecurity message from Auckland Council
It’s that wonderful time of year to spend time on and in the water! We can all play a part in protecting what we love, and help stop of the spread of pests and diseases. You can help by checking and cleaning your boat, hull and equipment before leaving Auckland, particularly when heading for other harbours and Great Barrier Island.
You can also visit marinepests.nz for useful information including other region’s requirements, and the recently upgraded Ministry for Primary Industries marine biosecurity porthole. If you are heading to Northland you must ensure your vessel is free from marine pests before you enter Northland waters. If you are entering a marina you must provide evidence of either a lift and wash within the past month or an antifoul within the past 6 months. Marinas in other areas are also adopting this, so check with the marina before you go. More information can be found via the nrc website. If you are unsure of what to look out for, you can find more information via the pest control hub.
If you take your pets with you on board, remember to check where you can take them ashore. Please leave them behind if you go ashore to any of the pest-free islands. These islands protect some of our unique and rare birds, lizards and plants that we all want future generations to be able to enjoy too.
You can find out more about how to help keep our Hauraki Gulf islands pestfree on the Treasure Islands website and the Department of Conservation’s Top tips to protect Northland this summer.
Discount rope from Donaghys this summer!
Donaghys have a pile of rope they are willing to do a fantastic deal on for CYA members. An export customer ordered the wrong colour – oops!
Polyester double braid by Donaghys so is good stuff made well, spliceable and all the usual you’d expect from a good rope.
6mm – $1.15 per mt
8mm – $1.61 per mt
10mm – $1.84 per mt
12mm – $2.10 per mt
This is available from Chains Ropes and Anchors in Colway Place, Wairau Valley, North Shore. Print out this email or tell the staff that you are getting the classic discount.