The 2018 Tanner and Tauranga Cups will be at Kohimarama Yacht Club, Auckland, January 2018.
Greta Stewart against Albert Stanley in the 2015 Nationals at Takapuna. Click the photo for a record of all the trophy winners back to when the Tauranga Cup was first presented in 1940. Also fleet sizes. Note that up until 1980 (?), the Tauranga Cup was an Interclub competition - one boat per club, though often sailors that missed their clubs nomination would sail for Clubs that had no P's. Fleet sizes jumped up considerably after this when it became an open competition.
The Tanner Cup
Naomi James Challenge Trophy
Here is a page typed in the early 1980's describing the donors of the original trophies.
|Year||Venue||Tanner Cup||Tauranga Cup||Notes|
|2016||Bay of Islands|
|2013||Nelson||1st Race Result (No Series - weather)|
|1999||Tauranga||Analysis Entry List|
|1997||Canterbury||Trophy Winners||Invitation Race|
|1977||Murrays Bay||(Top 16)|
Thanks to Gun Caundle, Amy Mulcahy(nee Waring), John Bullot and Jenny Egnot for helping track down these results.
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The Mighty P Class - a history by Gun Caundle
1989 was the first year a single club (Murrays Bay) won the triple - Tanner, Tauranga and Naomi James Cups
The Girls of the 1983 Tauranga Cup
The Tanner Cup Representitives - Murrays Bay 1983
Tauranga Cup sailors of 1983 - Murrays Bay
Congratulations once again to Isaac McHardie (Hamilton Yacht Club) on a very well deserved victory in the Tauranga Cup. He was kept honest throughout the regatta by George Gautry (Muritai Yacht Club) and Jayvee Buchanan (Charteris Bay Yacht Club). The regatta was sailed in a variety of conditions with a little bit of something to suit everyone. The sailors had a great time and are looking forward to the next event for the mighty P-class.
Congratulations to Isaac McHardie (Waikato-Thames) who successfully defended the Tanner Cup today. After being locked almost neck and neck with Nick-Egnot Johnson (North Harbour) overnight, Isaac put a 3rd and a 1st (his third from six races) on the board to take a clear 1st place overall with Jayvee Buchanan (Canterbury) edging past Nick by the barest of margins to take 2nd place by 1 point
Report from Day Two (via P-class website)
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