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A Q&A with author and world cruiser Wendy Hinman A Q&A with author and world cruiser Wendy HinmanA Q&A with author and world cruiser Wendy HinmanI caught up with bluewater cruiser and author Wendy Hinman to hear more about her latest book-writing and boat-building efforts.by David Schmidt Posted 11 Dec 10:00 PST Francois Gabart's proud record-breaking attempt Francois Gabart's proud record-breaking attemptFrancois Gabart's proud record-breaking attempt and a desire to speak FrenchFollowing Francois Gabart (FRA; 34), sailing alone aboard his 30-meter trimaran Macif, on his quest to set a new record for the fastest solo circumnavigation has made me wish I spoke fluent French.by David Schmidt Posted 11 Dec 07:45 PST First VOR Apprentice Mustafa leads the charge First VOR Apprentice Mustafa leads the chargeThe goal is to gain the necessary qualifications and experienceIn joining Turn the Tide on Plastic, one of the seven teams in the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18, as a Volvo Ocean Race Academy Apprentice, Ingham has the opportunity to pursue professional sailing with the most elite offshore sailors in the world.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 11 Dec 10:24 PST 5th Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series Act 3 5th Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series Act 350 boats and 150 sailors out on the waterSome 50 entrants and 150 sailors from nine nationalities were out again in force for Act III of the Monaco Sportsboat Winter Series, organised once a month by the Yacht Club de Monaco from October to March.by Isabelle Andrieux Posted 11 Dec 08:56 PST Respite after a furious start Respite after a furious startIn Volvo Ocean Race Leg 3A spectacular start to the 6,500 nautical mile leg from Cape Town in South Africa to Melbourne, Australia, on Sunday saw the city's famed 'Cape Doctor' breeze send the fleet on its way yesterday with 20 to 25 knots and huge seas.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 11 Dec 07:31 PST Signals of intent put down in Sanya Signals of intent put down in SanyaRacing in the 40-boat fleet, Rose won both racesRacing in the 40-boat fleet, Rose won both races, sending out a message to the defending champion Dolores Moreira Fraschini (URU) and 2017 Youth Radial World Champion, Hannah Anderssohn (GER).by Daniel Smith / World Sailing Posted 11 Dec 07:26 PST Barton's new block range Barton's new block rangeWe speak to Suzanne Blaustone and Simon ReynoldsWe spoke to Suzanne Blaustone and Simon Reynolds of Barton Marine about their new block range and also the Victory block range.by Mark Jardine Posted 11 Dec 04:00 PST Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 9 Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 9Light airs ahead of Scoring GateIt has been a day of contrasts for the fleet. After surfing down waves at 20 knots in the Southern Ocean, and rounding Waypoint Mitchell to head north, the fleet now faces a patch of light winds which is hindering progress.by The Clipper Race Posted 11 Dec 02:24 PST Sheeting on in the Etchells with North Sails Sheeting on in the Etchells with North SailsThe lure of One Design has always been the level playing field.The lure of One Design has always been the level playing field. The more stringent the control over the fleet, the more appealing it has been.by John Curnow Posted 10 Dec 23:32 PST Monster Project proud to be in Grenada Monster Project proud to be in GrenadaAfter finishing the 2017 RORC Transatlantic RaceRoman Guerra's Volvo 70 Monster Project finished the 2017 RORC Transatlantic Race on Sunday 10 December 2017 in an elapsed time of 14 days 21 hrs 39 mins 46 secs. Sixteen yachts are still racing across the Atlantic Oceanby Louay Habib Posted 10 Dec 22:02 PST SOLAS Big Boat Challenge preview SOLAS Big Boat Challenge previewMaxis set to light up Sydney Harbour this TuesdayThe Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's SOLAS Big Boat Challenge this Tuesday promises to be a sight on Sydney Harbour, with two of the four maxis entered into the Rolex Sydney Hobart set to face off alongside other seasoned competitors.by Ross MacDonald Posted 10 Dec 19:22 PST Youth Sailing Worlds Opening Ceremony Youth Sailing Worlds Opening CeremonySanya welcomes the world to ChinaExactly 374 sailors from 60 nations paraded along Sanya Serenity Marina before entering the venue for the ceremony where dignitaries, sponsors, suppliers, friends and family, volunteers, officials and local Chinese spectators were waiting to greet them.by World Sailing Posted 10 Dec 08:05 PST François Gabart lead up to five days François Gabart lead up to five daysAfter crossing the equator in Solo Round the World Record AttemptOne week after passing the longitude of Cape horn, once again François Gabart has clocked up an extraordinary time at the equator, which he crossed this Sunday, 10 December, at 11:35 (UTC+1), 36 days, 1 hour and 30 minutes after the start in Ouessant.by Trimaran MACIF Posted 10 Dec 06:54 PST Volvo Ocean Race fleet fly out of Cape Town Volvo Ocean Race fleet fly out of Cape TownNext stop Melbourne as Leg 3 gets underwayCape Town provided another spectacular stopover to the Volvo Ocean Race, as the fleet raced off for Melbourne, Australia on Sunday afternoonby Volvo Ocean Race Posted 10 Dec 05:46 PST Last minute crew change for Dongfeng Race Team Last minute crew change for Dongfeng Race TeamAhead of Volvo Ocean Race Leg 3 start in Cape TownThe experienced short-handed French sailor Fabien Delahaye is an 11th hour inclusion in Dongfeng Race Team for Volvo Ocean Race leg 3 from Cape Town to Melbourne which starts today, following an injury to watch captain Daryl Wislang.by Dongfeng Race Team Posted 10 Dec 03:28 PST Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 8 Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 8Tactics at play as teams round TasmaniaDespite little change in the leading positions, places continue to change throughout the rest of the fleet with Unicef now in fourth place, Dare To Lead in fifth and PSP Logistics racing its way up to sixth from ninth place yesterday.by The Clipper Race Posted 10 Dec 02:55 PST Volvo Ocean Race - Set for a squally start Volvo Ocean Race - Set for a squally startVolvo Ocean Race - Leg 3 set for a squally startStrong winds are forecast for the start of Leg 3 of the Volvo Ocean Race. Predictwind is showing winds expected to average just below 30kts for the race start gusting 45kts and then increasing later in the afternoon. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 10 Dec 00:29 PST Farr 40 Newcastle One Design Trophy overall Farr 40 Newcastle One Design Trophy overallEdake across the finish line first in every race on day 2Jeff Carter's day one whiff of victory at the Farr 40 Newcastle One Design Trophy turned into a blast when Edake rolled across the finish line first in all four races.by Lisa Ratcliff Posted 9 Dec 23:58 PST 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 3 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 3Asko Appliances team produce outstanding performanceThe Asko Appliances team of James Dorron, Paul Montague and John Walton produced an outstanding performance to win Race 3 of the NSW 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour today.by Frank Quealey Posted 9 Dec 23:48 PST Registration complete - Let's go sailing! Registration complete - Let's go sailing!Youth Worlds registration completedRegistration in Sanya, China for the 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships has been completed with 374 sailors from 60 nations set to race in 255 boats across nine events.by World Sailing Posted 9 Dec 23:22 PST
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