Waiheke Working Sail

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The goal of Waiheke Working Sail is to establish a sail training, ship building and youth development organisation on Waiheke, teaching and

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Using and teaching the skills and talents of existing local marine craftsmen and sailing experts ensuring that they are passed onto the next generation. Our immediate goal is to repair, refit and preserve the'Kate' an 1884 traditional sailing cutter for use as a local youth sail training vessel.

Bernard has been mentoring and training two apprentices for a while now and they have already restored 'The Coriolanus' a miniature topsail schooner and built a floating workshop.

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Master and Commander Fund Raiser  23 November 2013

Many thanks to all who came on Friday night. It was a great success and we raised $1000 for the project. Please consider supporting the project with a regular donation.

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    Guest Donor on 18 Oct 2019

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  • RACHEL

    RACHEL on 03 Oct 2019

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  • Christine MARY

    Christine MARY on 24 Aug 2019

    $50

    Good to hear of the progress

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  • John

    John on 19 Aug 2019

    $100

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 18 Jan 2019

    $5

    $5


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