Chris is responsible for overall leadership and management of the Club and its facilities. He also runs the Clubroom hire business.
Chris sails a laser when the conditions are right. In his other job, Chris is a technology and business consultant and is semi-retired.
Dave assists with the management of the club. He is qualified as a National Race Officer and is the Race Officer for NBYC regattas. He is also our accountant. Dave sails an RS Aero and is actively involved in several yacht clubs.
Sydney assists with the management of the club, including the Clubroom hire business. He is also our Health and Safety Officer and assists with coaching. Sydney can often be found at the Club working on facilities and boats. Sydney is the Race Officer for our Sunday sailing races and sails a Quest when he can. Sydney is a retired electrotechnology lecturer.
Bevan is the driving force behind the Club's sailing programme. He provides overall leadership of the sailing. Bevan sails a Quest or Phase 2 whenever he can. His two sons also sail at the Club. Bevan is a business owner in the construction industry
Graham was Commodore of NBYC for 8 years from the early 2000's. He was then Rear Commodore for another 5 years. Graham was responsible for raising the funds and building the new Clubrooms - a significant achievement and a lasting legacy. Graham sails a Keeler which he moors off Birkenhead Wharf. He sold his security company several years ago and these days splits his time between Auckland and canal boating in Europe.
Keith is a previous Commodore of NBYC and has been involved with NBYC since the early 80's. Keith is also part of a team that is researching NBYC history. Keith used to sail Idle Along's. He lives locally and is actively involved in community organisations - including Pest Free Kaipatiki.