Are you this girl? Skipper confronts 30-year puzzle
Trailblazing round-the-world skipper Tracy Edwards is seeking to track down a young girl she signed an autograph for in Auckland 30 years ago.
The sailing scientist conquering the waves
Environmental scientist Sally Garrett has won the NZ women’s keelboat championships with a band of old friends - and a badly injured arm.
Windsurfing’s next ‘rock star’ sailing into view
It’s been over a decade since a Kiwi woman windsurfed at the Olympic Games.
Laying the bases for Auckland’s Cup
Work has started in earnest on Auckland’s waterfront to cater for the seven race teams contesting the 36th America’s Cup.
Sir Hekenukumai Busby honoured at Waitangi
He restored the art of celestial navigation - now Sir Hekenukumai Busby is in the constellation of NZ greats.
The Kiwi sailors making Sydney-Hobart history
For the first time a professional all-women’s crew will line up in the gruelling Sydney to Hobart race, with two respected Kiwi sailors on board.
Jo Aleh returns to the sea
Double Olympic sailing medallist Jo Aleh tried to transition to “normal life”, with a job in the corporate world, but the call of the sea was too loud.
A fortress fit for an America’s Cup champion
To the victor goes the spoils. Office chairs that don’t squeak, walls not running with water when it rains, and no mice in the roof - Emirates Team New Zealand’s reward for winning the America’s Cup.