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Product of the Week: Marine Film By Lee Mylchreest, , 8:23 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
There's nothing more annoying when you have lovingly restored your hull to perfect than to have some unthinking other come along and scratch it. Or maybe the dock was not as rubbery as you thought and after you leave you find a scratch. But just keeping some marine film in a locker can take the stress out of life until you get a chance for a proper repair - it's this week's Product of the Week ...
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Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta - 27th edition underway By Louay Habib, , 7:28 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
There were hundreds of smiling faces in Falmouth Harbour this morning. The 27th Edition of the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta kicked off in glorious Caribbean weather, 20 knots of warm Trades' and two metre seas provided exciting conditions for the wondrous fleet of classic yachts that have gathered in Antigua. ...
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ISAF Youth Worlds - British Youth Sailing Team confirmed By Matt Carter, , 7:14 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Following five days of action packed racing at the 2014 RYA Youth National Championships, the RYA’s Selection Panel have announced the 12 sailors who will represent Great Britain at the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships 2014. ...
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Toyota Optimist Nationals: Big combined fleet of 272 sailors on water By Angus Haslett, , 7:14 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Day 1 of racing in the 2014 Toyota Optimist NZ National Championships, got underway on Good Friday, after the morning's delay to allow those unable to reach Manly due to yesterday's weather. The regatta has attracted a fleet of 160 boats from New Zealand, Australia (20), New Caledonia(4) with Great Britain and USA having a single entry. A further 112 sailors are competing in the Green Fleet. ...
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Product of the Week: Marine Film By Lee Mylchreest, , 6:43 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
There's nothing more annoying when you have lovingly restored your hull to perfect than to have some unthinking other come along and scratch it. Or maybe the dock was not as rubbery as you thought and after you leave you find a scratch. But just keeping some marine film in a locker can take the stress out of life until you get a chance for a proper repair - it's this week's Product of the Week ...
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RYA Youth National Championships - Winners crowned at the WPNSA By Matt Carter, , 6:14 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
At the RYA Youth National Championships, the medals were decided across the five Youth Racing classes today (Friday 18th April) as a light, fickle breeze brought the event to a close at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy. ...
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Round Hayling Island Race - Victory for Robert Kent By G New, , 5:19 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
The winner of the full course Round Hayling Island Race for Windsurfers was Robert Kent from Calshot Activity Centre. Second was Jonathan Davis from London Windsurfing Association and third Alan Jackson. ...
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Australian Hansa Class Championships - Action underway at Goolwa By Shauna Phillips, , 4:47 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
The Dominant 2014 Australian Hansa Class Championships commenced today at the Goolwa Regatta Yacht Club in South Australia. A fleet of 56 sailors from seven States and Territories will contest eight races for each of four Hansa Classes over the next three days. ...
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Audi IRC Australian Championship - Images by Andrea Francolini By Sail-World.com, , 4:32 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Photographer Andrea Francolini was out on the water during the Audi IRC Australian Championship to capture these images. ...
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Rolex China Sea Race - Ragamuffin 90 claims line honours victory By KPMS, , 3:18 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
In the 2014 Rolex China Sea Race, Ragamuffin 90 has sealed line honours, having led the entire 565-nm race from the start in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong to the finish in Subic Bay, The Philippines. Syd Fischer’s 90-ft Maxi finished the race at 22:51.18 local time, completing the course in 57 hours, 31 minutes and 18 seconds. ...
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Transat AG2R La Mondiale - Safran-Guy Cotten finds trade winds By Safran Sailing Team, , 1:57 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Day 12 of the Transat AG2R La Mondiale and the situation is looking good for the nine crews who chose the road south. As expected, the Safran-Guy Cotten duo have found the consistent trade winds since Thursday that could carry them on one tack to the finish line in St Barts in the Caribbean. ...
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Nick Dempsey feeling positive after ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca By Nick Dempsey, , 1:36 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
British windsurfer Nick Dempsey is feeling positive after the ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca. Find out more of what he had to say about his performance. ...
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Good start to Rio campaign for Elliot Willis and Luke Patience By Elliot Willis, , 1:30 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Sailor Elliot Willis opens up about his and Luke Patience's performance at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Mallorca. ...
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Olympic stars inspire next wave of hopefuls at the RYA Youth Nationals By British Sailing Team, , 1:25 AM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Sailing stars Luke Patience, Hannah Mills and Nick Dempsey were on hand to inspire the next wave of Olympic hopefuls at the RYA Youth National Championships at Weymouth and Portland. The five-day event, held at the scene of their 2012 silver medal-winning triumphs, is the premier event on the annual Youth Racing calendar, and is an event which Mills won herself in the 420 girls event in 2005. ...
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Saturday June 21st will feature the 39th One More time Regatta By Andy Kopetzky, Southern California , 9:29 PM Fri 18 Apr 2014
Saturday, June 21st will mark the 39th Annual One More Time Regatta. The event is open to all wooden hulled boats and is presented by the Wooden Hull Yacht Club and sponsored by Del Rey Yacht Club. It is the only regatta run in Santa Monica Bay exclusively for wooden hulled vessels. ...
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Rolex China Sea Race - Ragamuffin 90 extends unassailable lead By RHKYC, , 7:16 PM Fri 18 Apr 2014
The 27th edition of the Rolex China Sea Race looks certain to feature yachting legend Syd Fischer on the silverware, with Ragamuffin 90 sailing consistently to extend an unassailable lead on the water over her closest rivals and expected to finish just before midnight tonight. ...
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Good Friday casts light winds over Audi IRC Australian fleet + Video By Lisa Ratcliff, , 6:47 PM Fri 18 Apr 2014
For a bunch of diehard yachties, Good Friday was spent out on the brilliant deep blue ocean off Newcastle contesting day two of the Audi IRC Australian Championship. ...
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SLAM Combined High Schools Champs - Makin makes it back to back wins By Rod Carter, Belmont , 6:31 PM Fri 18 Apr 2014
Henry Makin (Avondale College) has become only the third skipper in history to win back to back titles in the SLAM Combined High Schools Championship. After winning the title last year in a 16ft Skiff, Makin return this year in a Cherub and teamed up with follow local sailor Jarrod Turner to claim the championship. ...
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World Youth Sailing Week - Spectacular start in Lake Garda By Elena Giolai, , 5:54 PM Fri 18 Apr 2014
It was a spectacular day for the start of the 32nd Garda Lake meeting Optimist Class, the highlight event of the World Youth Sailing Week which includes also events for the windsurfer Techno 293 and the Laser. It is an amazing sight watching the hundreds of youngsters taking part in the Second World Youth Sailing week being held on the upper reaches of Lake Garda ...
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The jury is back: Storms deeper and stronger from world pollution By phys.org/Sail-world, , 5:54 PM Fri 18 Apr 2014
Are storms getting worse, or is it just my imagination? No, for the first time, scientists have proved it, with the all-too-graphic statement, 'The aerosols formed by human activities from fast-growing Asian economies do impact storm formation and global air circulation downstream. They tend to make storms deeper and stronger and more intense, and these storms also have more precipitation.' ...
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