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Etchells Worlds 2012 - Tom Slingsby adds Olympic thinking *Feature By Tracey Johnstone, 6:35 AM Sat 18 Feb 2012 GMT
Whether they are amateur or professional sailors, for the fleet of 74 boats carrying 238 crew, their goal is the 2012 International Etchells Class World Championship honours. ...
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Volvo Ocean Race: In-Port Race, Sanya: Replay - watch here *Feature By Sail-World, 12:30 AM Sat 18 Feb 2012 GMT
The Volvo Ocean Race made a spectacular return to action on Saturday with overcast skies, fresh and oscillating winds for the Sanya Haitang Bay In-Port Race (starting 0600 UTC). Flat seas and a breeze of around 20 knots combined in the protected waters of Sanya Bay to create ideal inshore racing conditions ...
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For Sail-World.com, the largest sailing news network, growth continues *Feature By Sail-World.com, 5:25 AM Fri 17 Feb 2012 GMT
Sail-World.com is the largest sailing news network in the world, delivering content online via 17 sites world-wide. The Sail-World audience is commonly spending three to four times longer on Sail-World than on any other marine site world-wide. ...
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Rabbitohs chase another Giltinan Trophy *Feature By Frank Quealey, 2:41 AM Fri 17 Feb 2012 GMT
James J. Giltinan was responsible for introducing the sport of Rugby League football into Australia more than 100 years ago, then, as Secretary of the Australian 18 Footers League, introduced the JJ Giltinan Worlds Championship Trophy to 18ft Skiff Racing in 1938. ...
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Sail Port Stephens 2012 heading for new record *Feature By Sail Port Stephens Media, 12:07 AM Fri 17 Feb 2012 GMT
Sail Port Stephens, one of Australia’s fastest growing regattas, is now in its sixth year and is ready to set sail from 16 through to 22 April 2012. Entries for Sail Port Stephens have been flooding in and Commodore Dom Grundy and from the organising authority, the Corlette Point Sailing Club, expect between 170 and 190 entries across the nine days of racing. ...
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Excitement ahead for 2012 Airlie Beach Race Week *Feature By Airlie Beach Race Week media, 8:32 PM Thu 16 Feb 2012 GMT
A new record fleet could be on the cards for the 23rd annual Airlie Beach Race Week, which will run from August 10 to 16 2012 and the long awaited move to Port of Airlie could happen for this year’s Race Week. ...
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Women's Olympic Skiff Trials: New FX put through paces + Video *Feature By Richard Gladwell, 11:43 AM Thu 16 Feb 2012 GMT
One of the trialists for the new Olympic Womens Skiff event has been put through its paces by several of crews off Takapuna over the past few weeks. The Mackay FX is a response to the need for a high performance skiff, offering low entry cost, and taking womens sailing to a new level. ...
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Etchells Australian Championship - 2012 Pre-Worlds images day 3 *Feature By The Sail-World Team, 12:00 PM Mon 13 Feb 2012 GMT
Etchells Australian Championship - 2012 Pre-Worlds day three images from the Sail-World team. ...
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America's Cup: 'Itiwi' partnership gets all clear from Jury *Feature By Richard Gladwell, 9:10 AM Mon 13 Feb 2012 GMT
In a Decision just announced, the partnership between Italy's Luna Rossa and Emirates Team New Zealand has been given the all clear by the International Jury. Luna Rossa have purchased the design for Emirates Team NZ's first AC72 catamaran, and the two will sail together in Auckland in the latter months of 2012. ...
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Etchells Pre-Worlds - Lead changes as new fortunes gained and lost *Feature By Tracey Johnstone, Event Media , 8:50 PM Sun 12 Feb 2012 GMT
It was mixed fortunes for several highly-rated title contenders who were expected to lead the fleet through much of the Zhik Etchells National Championship. Errors on the start line, shifty breezes and erroneous tactical calls cost some skippers any chance of a top ten finish while for others they are likely to miss out on a podium place. ...
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GME – An Australian company taking the search out of Search and Rescue *Feature By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, 8:32 PM Sun 12 Feb 2012 GMT
Having activated an Australian made GME 406 EPIRB and listened to the throb of an Australian Navy Seahawk as it approached in the darkness towards our stricken boat in huge seas in the 1998 Sydney Hobart race, this writer is very favourably inclined towards GME EPIRBS and these days even more so with GME producing EPIRBS with GPS. ...
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Etchells Australian Championship - 2012 Pre-Worlds images day 2 *Feature By The Sail-World Team, 7:57 AM Sun 12 Feb 2012 GMT
Etchells Australian Championship, 2012 Pre-Worlds. Images from day 2 on the Pittwater circle, sunshine and storms - images from the Sail-World team ...
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Etchells Pre-Worlds - drama for Big Guns in first race *Feature By Tracey Johnstone, Event Media , 6:58 AM Sat 11 Feb 2012 GMT
Top title contenders in the Zhik National Championship, Brun and Bertrand, are in an unenviable position. With only eight races to the four-day event being held off Pittwater and with a fleet of exceptional sailing talent, breaking the line on a Black Flag start in the first race of the series is for John Bertrand, Vince Brun, Tom King and Mark Langford a costly mistake. ...
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Global Ocean Race: Ross Field vents frustrations and looks at options *Feature By Ben Gladwell, 12:20 PM Fri 10 Feb 2012 GMT
Former winner of the Volvo Ocean race, Ross Field, is back in Auckland a week after having to withdraw from Leg 3, of the Global Ocean Race. Sail-World door stopped Field on his way to see medical specialists about the back and other injuries he sustained after the race leaders were forced to beat to windward for a week. He had just heard that race organisers had moved the mark. His reaction ..... ...
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Sydney Yachts GTS 43 – Raising eyebrows on World stage *Feature By Richard Hammond, 5:32 AM Fri 10 Feb 2012 GMT
What to do you get when you combine the world-renowned Ker Yacht Design, with Australia’s Sydney Yachts, a team that have been building quality offshore boats for a long time. Well, the result is the Sydney Yachts GTS 43 and recently, it’s been raising some eyebrows, as it competes against some of the other hot new things out there in the marketplace. ...
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No excuses. Get an ACR-ResQLink PLB with GPS *Feature By John Curnow, 9:44 PM Thu 9 Feb 2012 GMT
Since arriving on the scene, Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs) have had a significant impact on the offshore sailor’s kit and made the shore crew feel even more comfortable about waving the crew goodbye, as they embarked on yet another journey. ...
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America's Cup: Major free to air US television deal imminent - Coutts *Feature By Richard Gladwell, 8:31 PM Thu 9 Feb 2012 GMT
In a media conference this morning, Russell Coutts revealed that a major broadcast deal was imminent for the USA. When pressed further Coutts said the deal was with one of the major US broadcasters and was a free to air package. ...
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ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships - Australian team named *Feature By Craig Heydon, 11:26 PM Mon 6 Feb 2012 GMT
The 2012 Australian Youth Sailing Team that will contest the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships has now been announced by Yachting Australia. The team features a mix of seasoned campaigners and newcomers that are now set to race in Ireland this coming July. ...
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Paralympic Sailing Competition NOR released *Feature By IFDS, 9:57 PM Mon 6 Feb 2012 GMT
The 2012 Paralympic Sailing Competition Notice of Race has now been released. The event is set to take place in Weymouth, Great Britain from Wednesday 22 August-Sunday 9 September. ...
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What doesn't kill you makes you a better boatie *Feature By Mark Rothfield, Newcastle , 1:49 AM Fri 3 Feb 2012 GMT
Two boys went into the water one Australia Day many years ago and only one came out. The other drowned, as did a rescuer. An elderly relative of mine was the survivor. He subsequently got married and had five children who duly delivered eight grandchildren … the ripple effect. ...
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America's Cup: Plenty of questions surface after Competitors' Forum *Feature By Richard Gladwell, 1:15 AM Tue 31 Jan 2012 GMT
Regatta Director Iain Murray revealed after the Competitors Forum that changes were under consideration for the America's Cup including a change to a point for the day system, rather than per race; shorter courses of just 30 minutes; and possibly a place for the AC45's in the America's Cup regatta; plus the physical demands expected of the sailors and how that was shaping racing formats. ...
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Festival of Sails - U.S. yachting photographer says it’s one of a kind *Feature 10:08 PM Sun 29 Jan 2012 GMT
Mary Longpre is an American West Coast yachting photographer from Newport Beach, California. For the past six years Mary has spent much of January ‘down under’, with Geelong’s Festival of Sails the key reason for her trip. Mary, a 1960’s Surfer Girl, was photographing for a major surfing magazine when she began sailing in 1978. In 1983 she built a 30 foot down wind flier named Valentine ...
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Festival of Sails 2012 - First Saturday images *Feature By www.sail-world.com, 7:27 AM Sat 28 Jan 2012 GMT
Festival of Sails 2012 photographer Teri Dodds blistered her trigger finger today, capturing the action on Corio Bay. It might have been 34 degrees dockside but on Corio Bay, with a 10-15 knot southerly, the biggest decision was 30+ or 45+ sunscreen. ...
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Images from Takapuna: Opening Ceremony 470 Junior Worlds *Feature By Richard Gladwell, 9:30 AM Fri 27 Jan 2012 GMT
The Opening Ceremony for the 470 Junior Worlds was held this evening at Takapuna on Auckland's North Shore. Major supporter of the event is the Auckland City Council and Mayor Len Brown attended and opened the regatta. The World Championship is the 14th held at Takapuna and which has a fleet of 33 crews from 13 countries. ...
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Festival of Sails shore side entertainment images *Feature By Anna Parker, Sail-World, 12:18 AM Fri 27 Jan 2012 GMT
Those attending the 2012 Festival of Sails activities enjoyed shore side entertainment and photographer Teri Dodds was on hand to capture this gallery of photos of all the action. ...
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