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  • December | 2006 | Auckland Landyacht Club
    firm beach on the 2nd and 3rd of Dec Class 5 1st Darren 2nd Roger 3rd Clem Class 4 1st Bill 2nd John 3rd Richard and Alan Class 3 1st Bill 2nd Richard 3rd John Posted in Land Yachting Archives July 2015 October 2014 August 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 November 2012 August 2012 November 2011 September 2011 August 2011

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  • November | 2006 | Auckland Landyacht Club
    November 2006 Guy Fawkes Blast Posted on November 9 2006 by admin Posted in Land Yachting Archives July 2015 October 2014 August 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 November 2012 August 2012 November 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 November 2010 October 2010 October 2009 September 2009 July 2009 April 2009 February 2009 November 2008 October 2008 September

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  • October | 2006 | Auckland Landyacht Club
    to make it to the top mark in the safe time and were turned back to Waipapakauri Four of the Class 5 s completed their 135km s in around 4hrs headed by Darren followed by Clem Chris and first timer Roger Posted in Land Yachting Nationals 2006 19 21 October Posted on October 23 2006 by admin As luck would have it the large gaps between the isobars sealed the fate of those of us that had not done any maintenance between events overly enjoyed our food and drink or had just plain forgotten how to sail Well Done to Bill 1st C3 Darren 1st C5 Alan 2nd C3 Clem 2nd C5 Jason 3rd C3 and Roger 3rd C5 Posted in Land Yachting Welcome to the new Auckland Club web Posted on October 23 2006 by admin Hi All Those of you that are regular visitors to this site might notice a few changes The sequential postings and the ability to use RSS to notify you of any new postings Please bear with us as we add all the features Also the new calendar is on the way ha ha Cheers for now Posted in Land Yachting Archives July 2015

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  • Auckland Landyacht Club › Log In
    Auckland Landyacht Club Username Password Remember Me Lost your password Back to Auckland Landyacht Club

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  • Auckland Landyacht Club | Page 3
    GUY FAWKES BLAST Nov 6th 7th Venue Ohope Beach Top 10 Holiday Park Harbour Road Ohope www ohopebeach co nz PROGRAM Sat 6th Nov Class s NZLYA M 5 3 Start time 10 30am Briefing on beach outside camp Low tide 1 30pm Racing till 4 00pm OBSS Racing and Sailing Rules Sat Nite 5 00pm BBQ cook up at camp Results Prizegiving Sun 7th Nov Ohope Beach Challenge Start time 1 00pm Followed by Social sailing till we run out of puff All Classes OBSS Class 3 Class5 and Mini Trophies are up for grabs Bring your best rocket ships Greetings Landsailors This year s GuyFawkes Blast is back at the Ohope Beach Holiday Park The BEST place stay and sail in the bay Love that beach Ohope Beach is shaped like a hockey stick allowing a coarse to be set with both tacking and a long reach leg on every lap with lots of terrain to negotiate along the way This year s format will be circuit racing on Saturday and the Ohope Beach Challenge on Sunday a one hour long coarse race on with all the fleet sailing together wind and safety permitting All trophy s class3 5 mini are up for grabs if we can find them Please return our trophy s if you have one Social sailors please do not sail into the designated race areas Steer well clear of pedestrian traffic and fishermen The Ohope Beach and harbour entrance is a favourate fishing spot for the locals They have right of way all the time OBSS sailing Rules as usual Helmet and footwear are compulsory for all pilots and passengers at all times See you at Ohope Clem Kinnaird NZ701 OBSS President Posted in Land Yachting National Champs Point Races Posted on October 12

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  • Muriwai 18 August | Auckland Landyacht Club
    this was the 3rd weekend in a row we ve been let down by huey Despite the lack of sailing it was good to catch up and be forced into having a relaxing day after a busy work week We headed half a km or so north of the stream to escape the dog walkers and pretty much had the beach to ourselves except for the odd 4WD and motorbike

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  • 4 August – Muriwai cancelled due to lack of wind | Auckland Landyacht Club
    primary content Home About Calender 2014 Contacts Gallery Links Sailing Map Sale or Wanted Post navigation Previous Next 4 August Muriwai cancelled due to lack of wind Posted on August 4 2013 by SteveA This entry was posted in Uncategorized

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  • 21 July 2013 Muriwai North end | Auckland Landyacht Club
    to the steeper upward sand dune of the beach 3 attempts in my wife s Subaru 2 5 Outback failed to get me quite to the top So with smoke pouring from the clutch I sauntered over to a couple of youngish lads with an old Hilux who obliged me with a tow over the top but expressed concern on how I d get back up the even steeper seaward side of the dune No worries I ve got mates on the beach that will see me right I exclaimed whilst secretly thinking it highly unlikely it was going to be possible Of more dreading concern now was the fact that the 1 4 tank of gas I left home with believing it to be enough was virtually gone and getting back to the nearest gas station in Helensville wasn t going to be too likely even if I could get off the beach Once on the beach there was no sign of anyone else calls to John failed but eventually got through to him texting to find he and Phil were at the top of the beach just keep driving for 15 mins Yeah right If you run out of gas we ll tow you back And up that dune I thought yeah right I then had a brain wave Dick s wife Diane was having her birthday and being treated to a drive up the beach from the south end Hoping they still had to pass a gas station I gave them a call Unfortunately they were already driving onto the beach but fortunately the Landrover was petrol and had a spare 10L can in the back Whew Thank goodness that things usually have a way of working themselves out The drive up to the top now became quite enjoyable I rigged up with John Phil and his boys and we waited for the wind and Colin Brian and Bevely to arrive It was a very pleasant warm sunny day T shirt and shorts type of mid winter day and all we needed to make it perfect was another knot or two of wind to add to the 3 to 4 that sometimes wafted in off the waves Dick and Di turned up with the jerry can and Colin and I decided that we could ill afford the adventure of trying to get back off the beach the way we entered and agreed to drive right down to the south end and get off the normal way Just as well anyway as on the way back I tried and failed to see the Wilson Rd exit There were lots of alcoves in the dunes with tyre tracks but none that looked like the one I came in on The top of the beach at South Head is pretty amazing with a wide expanse of beach to potentially sail on It was my first excursion up there and well worth the effort Thoroughly recommendable to do at least once

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