Cruising and Navigation Association of New Zealand




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CANANZ was established by everyday sailors just like you who have a passion for the freedom of the ocean be it inshore or offshore and who enjoy helping others in a family orientated club with the objective of promoting the passing on of knowledge to others of weather, navigation and safety of life at sea.
New Zealand is renowned the world over as a seafaring nation and is also the staging post for many to travel across oceans to other lands.     CANANZ is all about fostering education and understanding of both traditional and modern day navigation techniques, weather forecasting and passage planning from choice of ship to provisioning and heavy weather tactics.Having one of the worlds greatest cruising grounds on our doorstep in Auckland, we organise several fun filled cruises in the Hauraki Gulf along with  free lectures and informal dinners.

Members Nights
 Members nights are usually held on the second Monday in even months at Richmond Yacht Club Westhaven Auckland (beside the bridge) with drinks at the bar, an extensive library,  and loads of seating not to mention great views over the Waitamata Harbour!

Newsletter is here 202005

Next meeting is  AGM  7:30pm 8 June at Richmond Yacht Club

  Guest speaker Steve Plank of  Close  Encounters,  recounting tales  of  his  voyage  around  South  Pacific last year.

– See newsletter for details



To contact us: Email: 

Postal address:  P O Box 564, Shortland Street, Auckland, 1140,New Zealand

Patron  Jim Lott

Committee Bob McDavitt (09) 376 2212  or 64277762212 bobmcdavitt at hotmail dot com

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