Watch pre-start action in person from 900am on Friday at Orakei Wharf, Devonport Wharf and North Head. Race starts are at 930am, 945am and 1000am, with the fastest boats starting last. If you are keen to share what you see, please send us updates with photos or videos: Email email@example.com Tag us @piccoastalclassic Use #piccoastalclassic txt/call 021 871 301 LIVE STREAMING VIDEO & 1hr COMMENTARY One of the easiest ways to follow the race progress, with live cover
A standing-room-only crowd turned up for Monday night’s PIC Coastal Classic Race Clinic to hear from experts in coastal sailing, including PredictWind’s Nick Olson, The WaterShed’s Dan Slater, and long-standing NZ Multihull Yacht Club member Matthew Flynn. Based on the forecast for this friday's start, here are a couple of points you might want to consider in your strategy: The most important decision you’ll need to make is whether to race or not – is your boat and crew are p
Coastal week is upon us! Lets get all the important things in one place for you… Sailing Instructions The sailing instructions for both the race and the rally are online now via this link - a printed copy will also be provided in your skippers bag to be given at the registration this Thursday (24 Oct 2019). You can also view this via our App. We ask that you please pay extra attention to the safety rules. Complete your entry We’d much rather be finalising party planning this
Frank Racing, the current record holder of the PIC Coastal Classic yacht race from Auckland to Russell, has been sold overseas, prompting an international competitor to make the most of a door left ajar.
Karl Kwok’s Mod 70 Trimaran Beau Geste has just arrived in New Zealand to challenge the record for New Zealand’s biggest coastal race, due to start on the morning of Friday 25th October.
Once regarded among the fastest trimarans in the world, the last time it graced New Z
The legendary PIC Coastal Classic is set to retain its name– PIC Insurance Brokers have confirmed their continued support as the title sponsor of The Great Race North from Auckland to Russell for three more years. In a generous move, the NZ-owned insurance brokerage has committed to support the NZ Multihull Yacht Club’s flagship event until at least 2020. “We have a personal stake in seeing our local communities thrive, and especially the sailing community which we are close