Covid Lockdown Lifted, AGM 19th July

Well done everyone, we’ve successfully (at least to date) warded off the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope you’ve all managed to keep your heads above water and can move back to business as usual. Access to CBYC facilities is now back to usual although please be...
The Last of the Cape Horners

The Last of the Cape Horners

Following on from Malcolm Pearson’s talk to CBYC about his adventures around Cape Horn Matt Vance has written a delightful article which you can check out here in NZ Boating : The Last of the Cape Horners  
Come and hear the Last Cape Horner at CBYC 1st March

Come and hear the Last Cape Horner at CBYC 1st March

The Last Cape Horner Not many will know that the CBYC President, Captain Malcolm Pearson QSM, is the last surviving person to have sailed around Cape Horn on a working sailing ship. Malcolm served for two years on the four masted barque “Pamir” just after WWII....

Photos 2020

Kim Clinch has uploaded her photos and they can be viewed here Opti Open Training 2020 Whakatu Regatta  Nelson 2020 SIAG 2020
A successful summer camp

A successful summer camp

Another extremely successful Summer camp is now done and dusted. 35 young sailors from absolute beginners to top level optimist sailors took part in near perfect sailing conditions over the 3 days. The wind conditions were very kind offering up lovely light winds on...

SIAG 2020 NOR

Welcome to the new decade. Charteris Bay would like to invite junior and youth sailors to our annual SIAG training regatta to be sailed from CBYC on 1st and 2nd of February. Registration is via Clubhub, information can be found in here in the NoR and please print and...
Church Bay Race Photos

Church Bay Race Photos

Well that was a pretty wild ride for the Church Bay Race, shame we haven’t had Xmas to gain a few extra pounds to hold us up. NE 20k gusting 24k on the Lyttelton Port Company anemometer was more than a few of us could handle. Well done to those that finished,...