Chris Hornell's TP52 Kia Kaha and his crew have arrived safety back in Opua after what they are describing as the "longest Coastal Classic" they have ever done. At 1030 hours on Monday 9 June, ANZ Sail Fiji Race Management reported that Kia Kaha was retiring from the race due to minor damage. That damage [...]
Earlier today ANZ Sail Fiji Race Management reported that Kia Kaha had retired from the race after suffering damage and were heading to Opua. They are making solid ground towards Opua and has less than 200 km to go. As a precaution, the boat is currently checking with Taupo Maritime via HF radio every 2 [...]
ANZ Sail Fiji Race Management team has received communications from the TP52 Kia Kaha that they are retiring from the race. The boat has sustained minor damage to the boat and will be returning to Opua. All on board are safe and expected to be in the Bay of Island late today.
In less than a month the cannons will fire for the Royal Akarana Yacht Club’s 22nd race to Fiji, ANZ Sail Fiji. The entry portal has now closed but with less than 150 minutes before the deadline, ANZ Sail Fiji received it’s 20th racing fleet entry in the form of the TP52, Kia Kaha. Excitement [...]