Great Sailing at a Family Focused Club

Regular racing for a range of classes.

Sailing in a mostly enclosed  part of the Manukau Harbour makes it a little unique, safe and fun experience.

Situated at Sandspit Waiuku, we are less than 25 mins from Pukekohe. If you are a sailor and recently moved to South Auckland please come along and check us out.

See our Programme for days and times.

Sailing This Weekend, 5&6 March, Memorial Day and Club Champs

It’s looking like we might have nice 10 to 15 knot easterly sailing breeze this weekend.

Saturday is our Memorial Day with Memorial Day Trophies on the line.

Sunday is the continuation of our Club Champs.

Come and join us for what at the moment is going to be perfect sailing conditions.

Saturday gates open at 11.30am, race start approx 12.30pm

Sunday gates open 12.15pm, race start approx 1.15pm 

Sailing this weekend – Harbour Race and Champs

This weekend, Feb 5 & 6 is our Harbour race on Saturday and Champs racing on Sunday.

The forecast is for quite strong winds for Saturday so a Harbour Race may be tricky, a decision will be made at the club.  Race is scheduled to start at 1.30pm

Sunday is forecast for a nice 15 knot NE breeze, great way to get our the second half of our season Champs racing underway.  First race scheduled for race start at 2.30pm

To get a printable program go here

Harbour Race and Champs

Saturday Feb 13 is our Harbour Race.  A fun race that takes us out of our main sailing area, depending on conditions, as far as Glenbrook Beach and back.  We will also ensure we are back soon enough to catch the first races of the Prada Cup Final

Sunday Feb 14 is the continuation of our Champs and Points racing.  

The forecast for the weekend is for 10 knot SW on Saturday and Sun.  

Come and join us

Come and join us sailing at Waiuku.   We are a friendly, family focused club.
Check out times on our Program or download a printable version.

Because the area we sail in is very tidal, because of the way the tide works we tend to sail Saturday and Sunday every second week.

Saturdays are often more fun and development focused, still with racing for those that are keen.  It’s a good day to come along if you are newish to sailing or looking at getting back into it.  Sundays tend to have more serious racing.


Up the Creek, Icebreaker & Champs

Up the Creek, Icebreaker and Champs
Saturday is our annual Up the Creek race.  A really big tide and 10 knot breeze forecast should make it a good day.  This is a fun race for everyone, racing up the “creeks” adjacent to our sailing area.  Race start scheduled for 11am

Sunday is the last Icebreaker Series races coupled with the second day of Champs racing.  Race start scheduled for 11:45am