May 01st, 2017The Sailing at WMG2017 is the most competitive ever, the regatta at Torbay on Auckland’s North Shore drawing more than 200 sailors from 13 countries , including Olympic Medallists, multiple world champions, America’s Cup winners and relative newcomers unafraid of taking on a challenge of a lifetime – Murray Rae,…
February 27th, 2017Really tough day - hammer gusts to 35 MPH, full 180 degree wind shifts in a split second. Great practice, however, and only makes anything less a walk in the park. . . By Tom Kirkman
February 13th, 2017Breeze is on! A brief clip of a wet, but rewarding day out on the water learning how to sail the Weta. . (The camera doesn't do the nose dive at 15sec justice!)
November 28th, 201615,000 acres of lake practically to ourselves It was cold, it was wet, it was FUN!
November 21st, 2016New sailor taking an informal lesson on the Weta. By Tom Kirkman
November 16th, 2016It was great to have NZ Para-Sailors Chris Sharp and Andrew May making their debut into Weta fleet racing. The conditions were just superb with a gusty 12-18 knots which was both challenging and tactical.
November 10th, 2016Day 03 of Paralympic Sailing Equipment Trial on the Weta Trimaran. Went out in 20+knot winds and a big sea state. Had lots of fun launching off the waves. Tried to stick the nose in but the hull kept popping back up. By Neil Patterson
November 02nd, 2016Para-Sailors Andrew May & Chris Sharp first attempts at righting a Weta!
October 19th, 2016After some gale force winds this weekend I finally went sailing on Sunday. Wasn't windy enough to capsize. I still had lots of fun. Port Phillip Bay Melbourne
October 18th, 2016Port Phillip Bay Melbourne
October 13th, 2016Day 2 - Chris Sharp testing the Weta in 15-20 Knots. Video editing by Steve Cranch
October 13th, 2016Day 3 and beyond with Chris Sharp. Video editing by Steve Cranch