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Doyle Sails: Sailmaking Apprenticeships available for the Auckland loft

by Danielle Burridge/Doyle Sails 18 Jun 01:09 BST 18 June 2021
Your opportunity to join one of the world's leading sailmakers as an apprentice © Doyle Sails

Leading international sailmaker, Doyle Sails, are offering practical and motivated individuals to join their apprentice sailmaking programme.

This is your opportunity to work alongside some the great people in the sailing industry and professional sailing. Your learning curve will be stellar.

Doyle Sails New Zealand is 100% New Zealand owned and operated by three of the most experienced names in Kiwi yachting: Mike Sanderson, David Duff and Richard Bouzaid.

You can work alongside these leading figures in the sport and many others at Doyle Sails who come from a variety of racing backgrounds, and who took the same first step that is being offered to you now. Sailmaking is one, and probably the best avenue into professional yachting, mentorship, and coaching, and this is your opportunity to start a professional sailing career.

Doyle Sails is one of the few sailmakers who can offer the end to end sailmaking experience, under the one roof, from membrane manufacture to sail design and construction and fitting, on everything from Optimists to round the world racers and superyachts.

People are at the core of Doyle's business and at Doyle Sails you can secure a career with opportunity for advancement, plus get some great mentoring along the way.

Doyle Sails are based in Avondale, handy to all transport routes

There's no experience necessary, and this is a full time paid role, with immediate start for successful candidates.

Apply here :

To find out about Doyle Sails check out the Careers section on Doyle Sails website.

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