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Les Voiles de St Barth - Eager to best the score By Fabrice Thomazeau, , 10:07 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
With a number of classes still up for grabs, crews going into the final day of racing at Les Voiles de St. Barth were eager to get on the race course and best the score. The conditions remained fresh, with a 22 – 25 knot southeasterly producing an impressive swell on the island’s windward side. ...
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BOQ Team Australia wins Brisbane to Gladstone Multihull Yacht Race By Chris Dewar, Gladstone , 9:38 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
BOQ Team Australia led the fleet from the first mark to the finish to take line honours in the 2014 50th Brisbane to Gladstone Multihull Yacht Race at 5:59pm on Saturday evening. With an elapsed time of one day, six hours and 39 minutes, BOQ Team Australia were unable to get close to their 2012 Brisbane to Gladstone race record of 16 hours 28 minutes. ...
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Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race - Fleet continue to drift By Nigel Statham, Brisbane , 9:32 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
After a night of light to calm winds, frustration turned to despair for quite a few of the yachts in the Qantaslink 66th Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race this morning. At the 9am sked, Whitebirds and Frantic advised of their retirement from the race with ten yachts at the back of the fleet only now approaching Sandy Cape buoy and drifting in circles waiting for a sea breeze to eventuate. ...
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Masters lead the way in the 37th NSW Tasar Championships By Nicole Douglass, Sydney , 9:02 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
The second day for the 37th NSW Tasar Championships was sailed yesterday in a 12 to 18 knot sou’easterly on the waters of Botany Bay from Georges River Sailing Club. After doing three races in exceptionally variable conditions on Good Friday, all were happy to have some consistent strength on the race track! ...
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World Youth Sailing Week moves towards its conclusion By Elena Giolai, , 7:36 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
The World Youth Sailing Week moves towards its conclusion with the final of the 32nd Meeting del Garda Optimist programmed for tomorrow at 9.00am on Easter Sunday. There are many Italians vying for victory in this prestigious trophy, which has seen past winners go on to become famous skippers in the America’s cup and Olympic gold medallists. ...
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Cruising Yacht Club of Australia - Marine Electrics Seminar By Sail-World Cruising, , 7:16 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) is to hold another of their very popular Information Evenings at the yacht club in Rushcutter's Bay in Sydney on 6th May. Rob Starkey will present a segment called 'Marine Electronics: Basics and Management at Sea and Away from the Marina'. ...
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RS Vareo Grand Prix at Tata Steel SC By Andrew Davies, , 7:15 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
Over the weekend of the 12th-13th of April, thirteen Vareos entered the TATA Steel Open. Saturday’s race 1 was started in a force 4 with a clean start. Simon Collinson rounded the windward mark first with Andrew Davies second, Jeremy Simons third then closely followed by the rest of the fleet. ...
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NSW International Moth Championship - Images by Warwick Crossman By Warwick Crossman, Pittwater , 6:56 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
Dinghy Fever was out on Pittwater and captured these images from day Two of the NSW International Moth Championship, hosted by BYRA (Bayview Yacht Racing Assoc). ...
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Congressional Cup - Canfield and Team US One best star-studded field By Chicago Match Race Center, , 6:52 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
After days of grinding through a format of round robin racing among twelve teams from all over the world, including many rivals from the Alpari World Match Racing Tour, the Chicago Match Race Center congratulates Taylor Canfield and his Team US One for having won the oldest and most prestigious Grade 1 event in the US, Long Beach YC's Congressional Cup. ...
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Medal for New Zealand at RYA Youth Championships at Weymouth, UK By Richard Gladwell, , 6:39 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
New Zealand crews have placed well at the RYA National Youth Championships sailed at the Weymouth Olympic Centre, at Portland, UK The regatta attracted a massive entry of 266 crews sailing five classes. ...
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RORC Easter Challenge - Challenging conditions on day 2 By Trish Jenkins, , 5:19 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
If good training regattas are ones that take place in the widest range of conditions, then the RORC Easter Challenge is scoring highly. Today's racing was held in the central/eastern Solent in moderate conditions that turned light as the northeasterly wind swung heavily right during the early afternoon, while bigger conditions are forecast for tomorrow. ...
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Australian Hansa Class Championships - Light winds on day 1 By Shauna Phillips, , 4:36 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
As predicted, light winds met the fleet on the first day of competition at the 2014 Dominant Australian Hansa Class Championships at Goolwa Regatta Yacht Club. ...
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Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - Race 11 to get underway to Panama By Clipper Round the World, , 3:11 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
In the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, the PSP Logistics Panama 100 Cup, which is Race 11, gets underway today (Saturday) at 1300 local time in San Francisco (2000 UTC). This very tactical race from the Californian city to Panama will take approximately three weeks to complete. The race sees the teams transit the Panama Canal in its centenary year before starting Race 12 to Jamaica. ...
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P1 reveals record racing season in the US and UK By P1 AquaX, , 2:40 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
P1 has revealed a record race season this year for its SuperStock powerboats and AquaX personal watercraft series in both in the USA and UK. A 70-race international calendar will get underway at Daytona Beach on the weekend of April 26/27 and the 6-event USA season will include Jacksonville for the first time, with another high-profile venue to be announced later this month. ...
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Transat AG2R La Mondiale - Démâtage de Gedimat By Transat AG2R La Mondiale, , 1:24 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
A 23h40 hier soir, la direction de course de la transat AG2R La Mondiale s'aperçoit que la vitesse du bateau Gedimat est anormale et se tient en veille. Quelques minutes plus tard, à 00h08, l'explication tombe de la bouche du skipper de Gedimat, Thierry Chabagny : 'le bateau a démâté vers 21h TU (23 heures HF, ndlr)'. ...
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Rolex China Sea Race - Hi Fi collects the coveted IRC Overall title By RHKYC Media, , 1:06 AM Sun 20 Apr 2014
The second major prize of the 2014 Rolex China Sea Race was decided in Subic Bay this morning, as Hi Fi held Bryon Ehrhart’s TP52 Lucky to a two minute lead on the water to ensure that Neil Pryde’s Welbourne 52 collects the coveted IRC Overall title for the second time in four years. ...
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Sail Brisbane - Challenging conditions on day 2 By Andrew Gough, Queensland , 11:49 PM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Light westerly winds have plagued day two of racing at the 2014 Sail Brisbane regatta, held on Moreton Bay at the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron. As the race committee battled the fickle conditions to get racing underway, there were however moments of moderate breeze that allowed for some racing to begin. ...
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Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race - Black Jack claims Line Honours By Nigel Statham, Brisbane , 11:43 PM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Black Jack took line honours in the 2014 QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race at 8.50pm on Saturday night with an elapsed time of one day nine hours 50 minutes and 17 seconds. ...
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50th Brisbane to Gladstone Multihull Yacht Race update By Chris Dewar, Gladstone , 8:39 PM Sat 19 Apr 2014
The 2014 50th Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race is well underway. The race commenced yesterday at 11:20 with Morticia winning the start. BOQ Team Australia then powered ahead and established an early lead over the fleet. They rounded the first mark in front with Morticia in second place. The positions remained the same as they rounded the second and third marks with Chillpill in third place. ...
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2014 Toyota Optimist Nationals: Leaders unchanged after Day 2 By Angus Haslett, , 7:35 PM Sat 19 Apr 2014
Day 2 of the Toyota National Championship got off to a great start with a huge pod of dolphins putting on a magnificent display just off Manly Beach. The top sailors showed consistency with Scott McKenzie sailing in the Yellow fleet, holding onto first place, with two wins and a third from the three races sailed. He leads by 1pt from Lewis Anderson (KYC) and Sam Bacon (Worser Bay) third ...
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