Delivering the dolphins for the America’s Cup
America’s Cup defenders Emirates Team New Zealand have done things differently by building their own boats for the first time, and so far, it’s paying off
Golden Grael returns to Hauraki Gulf playground
An Olympic sailing champion who learned to race on Auckland’s harbour is back to claim a world title, but can Martine Grael claim Kiwi hearts like her famous dad once did?
Kiwi sailor determined not to be a statistic
Erica Dawson didn’t want to be another female who dropped out of sailing, so now she’s focused on the Tokyo Olympics and being a role model instead
Teen navigates her way with the help of sailing stars
Sixteen-year-old Carrington Brady is being mentored by the world’s best navigators to realise her dream of sailing around the globe, in the wake of her famous yachtie dad
Cook’s odyssey to become first Kiwi woman skipper
Pioneering sailor Bianca Cook has her course firmly locked on the start line of the 2021 Ocean Race in Alicante.
Auckland’s waterfront transformation
It’s two years after the America’s Cup was lifted in Bermuda - and two years before the next event is run in Auckland. How ready is the city?
Juggling paddlers and a baby no mean feat for Polly
Olympic gold medallist Polly Powrie is using what she learned as a professional sailor to help our top paddlers - while juggling life as a new mum.
How Peter Blake helped Maiden skipper out of the doldrums
Thirty years after Tracy Edwards skippered Maiden and the first all-women’s round-the-world crew into Auckland, they’re back on a new mission: to give all girls an education.
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.