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NZ Extreme Sailing Team - 2018 (NZL)

Kiwi opponent NZ Extreme Sailing Team returns in 2018. Having sailed with Red Bull Sailing Team on the circuit in 2015, Olympic silver medallist Jason Waterhouse is now racing with the Kiwi challenger, taking up post as skipper.

A seasoned Extreme Sailing Series pro with experience with past teams GAC Pindar and Gazprom as well as Red Bull Sailing Team, Will Tiller (NZL) trims the Kiwi mainsail. Aussie sailor Luke Payne returns to the battle with NZ Extreme Sailing Team this year, having sailed on the Australian Wildcard team in 2015 and CHINA One in 2016. The team’s line-up is completed by strong Kiwi sailors Harry Hull and Guy Endean – an America’s Cup winner.


Jason Waterhouse
AUS
Jason Waterhouse

Helm

Having sailed with Red Bull Sailing Team on the circuit in 2015, Jason Waterhouse is now racing with the Kiwi challenger, taking up post as skipper. A former silver Olympic medallist, he brings strong expertise – both on and off the circuit – to the team.

Harry Hull
NZL
Harry Hull

Trimmer

New Zealand National Match Racing Champion joins the Kiwi team as Trimmer in 2018. Young blood, he looks set to prove himself on the Extreme Sailing Series circuit this year.

Will Tiller
NZL
Will Tiller

Mainsail

A seasoned Extreme Sailing Series pro with experience with past teams GAC Pindar and Gazprom as well as Red Bull Sailing Team, Will Tiller (NZL) trims the Kiwi mainsail. He’ll be looking to top the leader board in 2018.

Guy Endean
NZL
Guy Endean

Boards

Former America’s Cup winner Guy Endean will take the boards for the Kiwis in 2018. New Zealand born, Endean will be fighting tooth and nail for his national team this season.

Luke Payne
AUS
Luke Payne

Foil trimmer

Aussie sailor Luke Payne returns to the battle with NZ Extreme Sailing Team this year, having sailed on the Australian Wildcard team in 2015 and CHINA One in 2016. Building on his prior experience, Payne is hoping to climb the ranks in 2018.