Training Courses


Rescue Boat Operator Training

Season Date : 16th September 2023

Time: 9:30-13:00

Required for all Operators of Club's Rescue, Race, Chase, Safety and Patrol Boats and any Private Boat Operators assisting in events

Based on  YNZ  Training Guidelines

CBYC  3 Rescue Boats Training 31st Oct 2021

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CBYC Learn To Sail

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CBYC Other Courses to be scheduled

CBYC offer volunteers training courses in conjunction with YNZ and others:

Yachting NZ Courses 2023

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Yachting NZ - Club Judge Course - POSTPONED

The club judge course will be taught in four evening sessions and it is recommended you attend all sessions.

DATES: Monday 11th October Tuesday 12th October Monday 18th October Tuesday 19th October

TIME: 18:00 - 20:30 Each Evening   

LOCN: Richmond Yacht Club Inc, 173 Westhaven Drive, Herne Bay, Auckland 1011, New Zealand

if Covid restricts gathering, it may take place online


REGISTRATION: Must Be Pre-registered - Use the link provide by email or  latest members newsletter


The course is targeted to people on race committees, race officers, coaches and sailors with a general interest in the Racing Rules of Sailing and the protest procedure. It will not teach people to become rules experts, but those taking part will be able to become a “go to” person in their clubs when issues about the rules arise.



The course will teach students to:

- Know what to do when a protest is received;

- Be able to keep their club’s protest procedures up to date;

- Understand the important sailing rules as well as learn where to find rules and how to read them;

- Learn about participating on a protest committee, at club level, and how to write protest decisions;

- Learn about arbitration;

- Learn about redress;

- Develop contacts for dealing with rules issues, as well as knowledge of the resources available;

- Be able to give sailors a “rules session” in their club.