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Show news VIDEO: from container to fish filleting station
Royal Wolf delivers fish filleting station made from a shipping container to Auckland marae
Posted on 7 Jul
Explore the Gulf on Lion NZ and Steinlager 2
The NZ Sailing Trust are offering spots onboard to the general public
Posted on 1 Jul
Top designer, builder and sailor Jim Young dies
Noted designer and boat builder Jim Young passed away Thursday morning aged 94 years.
Posted on 18 Jun
Yachting Developments flight tests Youth AC foiler
The nine-metre foiling keelboat will be sailed by mixed youth teams at AC36
Posted on 12 Jun
Leech F8 Foiler launched in Christchurch
Designed by Dan Leech, the F8 is focused on getting young kids into foiling
Posted on 26 May
Yachting Developments delivers 34.3m sportfisher
Hull 1017 has made its maiden voyage of 8,000nm to Doha.
Posted on 13 May
Video: David Witt on 100fter mods and beating WOXI
The second instalment of the popular video series "Ask the Crew"
Posted on 11 May
How you can help the NZ Sailing Trust
The NZ Sailing Trust is reaching out for help from the NZ sailing community
Posted on 11 May
Video: David Witt on foils, IMOCAs, monos/multis
The skipper of Sun Hung Kai Scallywag answers questions from the fans.
Posted on 3 May
Building beasts: AC75s and IMOCA 60s
Jason Carrington on building high performing yachts including AC75's and IMOCA60's.
Posted on 22 Apr
Cabin fever therapy: Nick Moloney's Vendee Globe
Seeing life aboard an IMOCA 60 might give some perspective to those suffering cabin fever at home.
Posted on 20 Apr
FLY - the foiler for the foiling generation
Dan Leech has designed a foiler for kids who want to fly.
Posted on 30 Mar
Sleeping skipper fined after striking wharf
Wellington based sailing vessel runs into Port Howard Wharf while skipper sleeps
Posted on 30 Mar
Planet Sail's Matt Sheahan presents video series
First video episode in a new series by top sailing journalist Matt Sheahan
Posted on 27 Mar
NZ Classic Yacht Assoc cancels remaining events
The remaining summer sailing season events are cancelled.
Posted on 23 Mar
IOC considers postponement for Tokyo Olympics
Potential postponement for the Olympics in the face of the COVID-19 global health crisis.
Posted on 23 Mar
Missing French sailing instructor - family appeal
The family of missing sailing coach Eloi Rowland have made an appeal for news of their son
Posted on 21 Mar
Des Townson, A Sailing Legacy - The Starling
Book extract from 'Des Townson, A Sailing Legacy' - the chapter on the Starling class
Posted on 19 Mar
Missing French sailing instructor - Update
Enquiries on Eloi's mobile phone indicate he was in the area of Piha Road at 9:18am on Saturday
Posted on 18 Mar
French sailing instructor missing in Auckland
Police are asking for public assistance to locate French sailing instructor Eloi Jean Rolland
Posted on 15 Mar
Last word: Reflections on a champion career
Dutch Olympic RS:X legend Dorian van Rijsselberghe looks back at an amazing career in boardsailing
Posted on 7 Mar
Burling and Tuke onboard as Mastercard ambassadors
Kiwi yachting heroes join Dan Carter, Lionel Messi and Naomi Osaka as Mastercard ambassadors.
Posted on 5 Mar
BuyAssociation HKRNVR Memorial Vase
Penultimate race in the RHKYC Top Dog Series
Posted on 2 Mar
"Imminent explosive eruption" blows away regatta
Verde Passage Race, Subic Bay, and Oppie Champs all cancelled
Posted on 21 Jan
Missing yachties who issued Mayday calls found
Missing yachties who issued Mayday calls found safe and well in Bay of Plenty
Posted on 6 Jan
Nelson family has a very close call in rapids
Close call for Nelson locals in kayaking incident
Posted on 6 Jan
BuyAssociation Lipton Trophy
A perfect day for a pursuit race
Posted on 1 Dec 2019
Police advisory on stolen 2011 Stabicraft 389F
Police advise of stolen 2011 Stabicraft 389F is 3.8 metres long - September 11, 2019
Posted on 18 Nov 2019
Top 10 good conservation manners
What every responsible boats knows. Just a reminder.
Posted on 20 Sep 2019
Disabled Sailing Thailand fundraiser at Bang Saray
Disabled Sailing Thailand calls for support to set up para sailing in Phuket
Posted on 10 Jul 2019
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    A sample of Alaska skate egg cases from which embryo DNA was extracted.
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    The Alaska skate reaches reproductive maturity at 10 years and can live for 17 years.
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    SNPs are a type of genetic variation within DNA that is passed from parents to offspring. SNPs will match among siblings and other close relatives. There will be far fewer matches among distantly related or unrelated individuals.
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    Embryos of the possible new species are visually indistinguishable from those of the Alaska skate, but more genetically distant than the visibly distinct leopard skate.
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    A female Alaska skate in an egg case nursery.
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    Collection sites for skate embryo and adult DNA samples.
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    The deep-dwelling Aleutian skate can grow to over 5 feet in length.
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    Leopard skate.
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    Skate embryo
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    Sea lion mothers struggled to feed their pups as a marine heatwave known as `The Blob` shifted their most favored prey north, far from rookeries in Southern California.
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    The range of smooth hammerhead sharks shifted north as much 2,800 kilometers, more than 1,700 miles, during a major marine heatwave that affected the northeast Pacific Ocean from 2013 into 2015. The heatwave was known as `The Blob.`
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