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AMSA marine notice – Importance of using official nautical charts AMSA marine notice – Importance of using official nautical charts This notice draws attention to the importance of using official nautical charts to comply with flag State requirements. Official charts are those issued by or on the authority of a government, authorised hydrographic office or other relevant government institution. by Australian Maritime Safety Authority Posted today at 10:21 am America's Cup - Strong winds forecast for Race Day 1 of Qualifiers America's Cup - Strong winds forecast for Race Day 1 of Qualifiers Racing looks unlikely for the first scheduled day of racing in the 35th America's Cup. Racing looks unlikely for the first scheduled day of racing in the 35th America's Cup. According to the latest update from Predictwind winds are expected to be gusting to 30kts - well above the allowed limit of 24kts - or less if the Regatta Director has concerns for the safety of the AC50 by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World Posted today at 4:25 pm Louis Vuitton America’s Cup challenger playoffs trophy and trunk Louis Vuitton America’s Cup challenger playoffs trophy and trunk Louis Vuitton is proud to present the brand new trophy, and its trunk, to be awarded to the winning team The path to the 35th America’s Cup Match presented by Louis Vuitton in Bermuda has taken its five challengers - Land Rover BAR, Emirates Team New Zealand, Artemis Racing, SoftBank Team Japan, Groupama Team France - and Defender, Oracle Team USA, winner of the 34th America’s Cup, around the world. by America's Cup Posted today at 4:22 pm Crystal ball-gazing for the Rolex Fastnet Race winner Crystal ball-gazing for the Rolex Fastnet Race winner The outcome of the Royal Ocean Racing Club's biennial flagship event will depend on the weather. The outcome of the Royal Ocean Racing Club's biennial flagship event will depend on the weather: A brisk start should favour the big boats; a light start and lively finish the smaller ones. by James Boyd Posted today at 11:27 am Delta Lloyd Regatta - Australian Sailing Laser Squads in action Delta Lloyd Regatta - Australian Sailing Laser Squads in action The Australian Sailing Team Laser and Laser Radial Squads are in action this week at the Delta Lloyd Regatta The Australian Sailing Team Laser and Laser Radial Squads are in action this week at the Delta Lloyd Regatta in Medemblik, The Netherlands. by Australian Sailing Posted today at 7:52 am Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta to decide Queens of Port Phillip Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta to decide Queens of Port Phillip Women crews representing five states and the Northern Territory could experience dicey winter conditions Women crews representing five states and the Northern Territory could experience dicey winter conditions, from near-to-nil breeze up to a 30 knot icy blast from the southern ocean when they line up for the annual Australian Women’s Keelboat Regatta June 10-12, 2017. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted today at 3:48 am America's Cup - Video from the Great Sound - May 23 America's Cup - Video from the Great Sound - May 23 Latest video coverage Bermuda's Great Sound as the teams in fresher breezes. Latest video coverage Bermuda's Great Sound as the teams sail in fresh breezes with two days to go to the start of racing. However according to Predictwind.com the breeze will be gusting to over 30kts at race time (5.00pm local time) on Friday May 26, and unless the forecast changes, racing is unlikely to take place with a 24kt wind limit in place, by MyislandhomeBDA/Richard Gladwell Posted today at 3:45 am Great conditions and close competition at Day 1 of Delta Lloyd Regatta Great conditions and close competition at Day 1 of Delta Lloyd Regatta The 33rd edition of the Delta Lloyd Regatta started with great competition across seven classes. The 33rd edition of the Delta Lloyd Regatta started with great competition across seven classes. Many Olympic sailors raced their first event since Rio. There were also a number of sailors, training here in Medemblik, aiming for Tokyo 2020. The conditions on the water were great, with a nice breeze and plenty of sun. by Delta Lloyd Regatta Posted today at 3:20 am America's Cup - Russell Coutts - 'Never give up' America's Cup - Russell Coutts - 'Never give up' Sir Russell Coutts, the current CEO of Oracle Team USA, has won the America’s Cup five times and is now CEO of ACEA It wasn’t a given that sailing would be my life. I was studying structural engineering when I entered the Olympics in 1984. It was a good interruption to win a medal [a gold in the Finn class sailing] but it was an interruption all the same, so by the time I graduated the 1987 crash had happened and there wasn’t a lot of work. by Russell Coutts/Daily Telegraph Posted today at 3:16 am America's Cup - Video from the Great Sound - May 22 America's Cup - Video from the Great Sound - May 22 Latest video coverage Bermuda's Great Sound as the teams in fresher breezes. Latest video coverage Bermuda's Great Sound as the teams sail in fresher breezes. Sail-World's Richard Gladwell arrived in Bermuda on the night of May 23. Tomorrow May 24, is a national holiday - Bermuda Day - oddly enough, we hope to start coverage of the 35th America's Cup tomorrow, with there being 1 day and 19 hours left until the first race - according to Cup Countdown at Immigration by MyislandhomeBDA/Richard Gladwell Posted today at 2:13 am Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600 - It just works Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600 - It just works Every now and then a boat just clicks. It has all the right bits, of the correct dimensions, in the appropriate places Every now and then a boat just clicks. It has all the right bits, of the correct dimensions, in the appropriate places, and out of it all you get something that simply sings. The Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600 is one of these craft. It was designed and built in parallel to the other, more well known versions of the brand’s vessels, and benefits from being more geared towards performance, without going tot by John Curnow Posted on 23 May Volvo Ocean Race unveils ultimate leadership programme Volvo Ocean Race unveils ultimate leadership programme Launching in the edition after 2017-18, the Global Team Challenge will form the centerpiece of the on-water part This race will provide the ultimate challenge for amateur sailors, including those with no prior experience, giving employees a unique experience of offshore and ocean racing, under the highest standards of training and management, but nonetheless in conditions close to those faced by the professionals. by Volvo Ocean Race Posted on 23 May Star alarm at the Europeans in the skiffs and cats Star alarm at the Europeans in the skiffs and cats First registrations in the classes came in early, and well-known names from overseas are already on the starting lists. First registrations in the classes came in early, and well-known names from overseas are already on the starting lists. by Ralf Abratis Posted on 23 May Line 7 Marine presents Squadron II jacket in time for SCIBS Line 7 Marine presents Squadron II jacket in time for SCIBS The Squadron II Jacket is now on shelves and has been designed to keep the wearer on the water for longer. The Squadron II Jacket is now on shelves and has been designed specifically to keep the wearer on the water for longer. It’s crafted from 100% waterproof fabric, with a high level of breathability for extra comfort and pulls together a host of extra features. by Isla McKechnie Posted on 23 May Come visit us at the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show 2017 Come visit us at the Sanctuary Cove Boat Show 2017 Come visit us @ The Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show - 25 - 28 May 2017. Come visit us @ The Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show - 25 - 28 May 2017. by Musto Australia Posted on 23 May Old4New Van notches up 100,000km and 20,000 lifejackets Old4New Van notches up 100,000km and 20,000 lifejackets Minister for Roads Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey today announced the Old4New life jacket programme Minister for Roads Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey today announced the Old4New life jacket programme had exchanged more than 20,000 old lifejackets for new ones, spreading the ‘wear a lifejacket’ message. by Lance Northey Posted on 23 May Race 4 frustration as light winds rule Land Rover Winter Series Race 4 frustration as light winds rule Land Rover Winter Series Race four of the CYCA Land Rover Winter Series was a mixed bag for competitors in the light autumn southerly wind Race four of the CYCA Land Rover Winter Series was a mixed bag for competitors in the light autumn southerly wind, with the aim of avoiding the holes of no wind across the course. Hard work didn’t always pay off during the race, but a warm and sunny Sydney Harbour made it worthwhile. by Ross MacDonald Posted on 23 May Young Guns upset form guide at Kellett Shield Young Guns upset form guide at Kellett Shield Kellett Shield is first regatta on Youth Sailing Academy calendar with crews of four or five sailors on each Elliott 7 Finn Tapper, Cam Gundy, Lauren Gallaway, Emma Harrison and Eric Sparkes helmed Club Marine to victory in the 2017 Kellett Shield fleet racing regatta this past weekend hosted by the CYCA on what was a tricky day on Sydney Harbour. The Kellett Shield is the first regatta on the Youth Sailing Academy calendar with crews of four or five sailors on each Elliott 7 for a six-race program. by Ross MacDonald Posted on 23 May Exciting competition at the Delta Lloyd Regatta Exciting competition at the Delta Lloyd Regatta Delta Lloyd Regatta starts on 23rd May in Medemblik, Netherlands, and it’s looking to be an exciting race this year. The 33rd edition of the Delta Lloyd Regatta starts on Tuesday, 23rd May in Medemblik, the Netherlands, and it’s looking to be an exciting race this year. With the World Championship in sight, many Olympic sailors are ready for a new campaign. We’re also set to see several young talents training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. by Delta Lloyd Regatta Posted on 23 May Admiral’s Cup to be marked with 50th Anniversary Regatta Admiral’s Cup to be marked with 50th Anniversary Regatta Fifty years ago a team of three Australian yachts arrived in Cowes to take on the world. Fifty years ago a team of three Australian yachts arrived in Cowes to take on the world. Two years earlier, in 1965, our first challengers for the Admiral’s Cup, Caprice of Huon, Freya and Camille, had been snobbishly mocked by the British yachting establishment as being too small and old fashioned. by Peter Shipway Posted on 23 May
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