November 30th, 2016Had a great sail with the kids on Saturday, we even set a new pb speed of 29. 6kph (16knots). Red Beach to Mansion House Bay and back and even had a pod of dolphins with us for 5 minutes. By Jeff Ripley
November 17th, 20162016
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 02nd, 2016Para-Sailors Andrew May & Chris Sharp first attempts at righting a Weta!
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
October 12th, 2016Paralympic Sailors Andrew May & Chris Sharp test the Weta. Video editing by Steve Cranch
October 10th, 2016Timaru Sat 26th Nov
September 19th, 2016Charter Boat Applications for International and New Zealand competitors will remain open until 31 January or until all boats have been allocated. Don't miss out. Apply for your Weta Charter Boat in the official registrations system now!!
May 13th, 2016Yachting New Zealand’s Volvo Sailing…Have a Go! Schools programme recently wrapped up its 10th season!
March 21st, 2016With just over one year to go until the World Masters Games, Weta sailors have had their first regatta using the WMG format of sprint and destination races.
March 18th, 2016A dinghy first created as a sideproject by two Campbells Bay sailors will be in the international spotlight next year. The Weta, a 4. 4 metre lightweight, recreational, beach trimaran is one of two classes of boat that sailors can race at the World Masters Games in April 2017.