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America's Cup - Adventures of a Sailor Girl in Bermuda! America's Cup - Adventures of a Sailor Girl in Bermuda! Wow! Who would have thought that we would have to wait even longer for the start of the America's Cup events Wow! Who would have thought that we would have to wait even longer for the start of the America's Cup events when arriving here this week! I wonder who bet on a late start for all of the teams, when racing was officially postponed on the evening of the Louis Vuitton America's Cup Qualifier Series here last night! by Nic Douglass Posted today at 8:42 am Wall to wall smiles as OK Dinghy Worlds opens in paradisiacal Barbados Wall to wall smiles as OK Dinghy Worlds opens in paradisiacal Barbados Most sailors in Barbados for the 2017 World Championship have been looking forward to this event for three years The OK Dinghy fleet has landed in paradise. Most sailors in Barbados for the 2017 World Championship have been looking forward to this event for three years and so far it is delivering in spades, with fantastic sailing and fabulous hospitality, all based in a stunning location at the Barbados Yacht Club and Barbados Cruising Club. It is simply idyllic. by Robert Deaves Posted today at 5:56 am America's Cup - Emirates Team New Zealand is ready to race - Video America's Cup - Emirates Team New Zealand is ready to race - Video It's nearly time to race... The first race of the Louis Vuitton America's Cup qualifiers is scheduled for May 27. It's nearly time to race... The first race of the Louis Vuitton America's Cup qualifiers is scheduled for May 27. Emirates Team New Zealand Skipper Glenn Ashby: 'I am 100% confident we have the right men for the job' by Sail-World.com NZ Posted today at 4:44 am J/24 North American Championship - Day 1 images by Christopher Howell J/24 North American Championship - Day 1 images by Christopher Howell Christopher Howell was on water at J/24 North American Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 1. Photographer Christopher Howell was on water at J/24 North American Championship and provided this gallery of images from Day 1. by J/24 International Class Association Posted today at 4:11 am Day one goes to Travis Odenbach at J/24 North American Championship Day one goes to Travis Odenbach at J/24 North American Championship Twenty-nine J/24s took to the waters of Galveston Bay on Friday, where 12-18 knots of breeze allowed four races Twenty-nine J/24s took to the waters of Galveston Bay on Friday, where 12-18 knots of breeze allowed four races at the J/24 North American Championship at Houston Yacht Club. Travis Odenbach’s Honeybadger has collected the early advantage with scores of four, three, three, two for 12 points. The Japanese team Siesta, led by Nobuyuki Imai, holds second place with 18 points. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted today at 3:53 am Bermuda Soundings - We'll know tomorrow Bermuda Soundings - We'll know tomorrow The 35th America's Cup is expected to get underway tomorrow, May 27 at 1408hrs local time. The 35th America's Cup is expected to get underway tomorrow, May 27 at 1408hrs local time. The start of the Louis Vuitton America's Cup Qualifiers was delayed by a day due to strong winds - which did eventuate but not at the level expected. by Richard Gladwell Posted today at 3:18 am First golden medals in 470 for Sozykin with Gribanov & Hanson in Laser First golden medals in 470 for Sozykin with Gribanov & Hanson in Laser Tonight, the first medal races have been sailed. Both 470 and Laser races were exciting to the end. Tonight, the first medal races have been sailed. Both 470 and Laser races were exciting to the end. In the 470, the Russian Pavel Sozykin and Denis Gribanov were unbeatable, a fair win for this duo. Elliot Hansen wins the gold in the Laser after some close racing in the medal race. by Delta Lloyd Regatta Posted today at 2:51 am A Few Rays – Hypo-allergenic sunscreens, a must have for some A Few Rays – Hypo-allergenic sunscreens, a must have for some Allergic reaction to sunscreen can be avoided if you know what to use Allergic reaction to sunscreen can be avoided if you know what to use A standard hypo-allergenic sunscreen will be designed to reduce the chance of allergic reaction by limiting ingredients in the formulation that cause the irritation. by Indepthskincare Posted today at 2:14 am America's Cup - All teams to race twice in extended Day 1 & 2 schedule America's Cup - All teams to race twice in extended Day 1 & 2 schedule After losing the first day of racing at the 35th America's Cup, the rescheduled series will get underway on Saturday After losing the first day of racing at the 35th America's Cup, the rescheduled series will get underway on Saturday May 27 at 2.00pm (1400hrs) local time and will continue until 5.00pm/1700hrs local time. An 8-12kts westerly breeze is expected for the start of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers. Each team will now race twice a day by Richard Gladwell Posted today at 12:19 am America's Cup - A look at 30 years of Kiwi Cup history - Video America's Cup - A look at 30 years of Kiwi Cup history - Video 3News prime time news magazine reviews 30 years of America's Cup involvement by three Kiwi entities 3News prime time news magazine reviews 30 years of America's Cup involvement by three Kiwi entities - New Zealand Challenge, Team New Zealand and Emirates Team New Zealand. Beginning with the 1986/87 Cup in Fremantle through the wins and losses and rebuilds. by The Project - 3News Posted on 26 May America's Cup - Emirates Team New Zealand on the pedal power gamble America's Cup - Emirates Team New Zealand on the pedal power gamble Other teams at the 35th America's Cup still have the view that Emirates Team NZ took a design risk by using cyclors All the other teams still have the view that Emirates Team NZ took a design risk by using bicycles, rather than more conventional pedestal grinders, to power their AC50. Although the human legs do have more power than the arms, there were a wide array of factors to consider, and it was not a decision taken lightly as Emirates Team NZ's Mechanical Engineer Tim Meldrum explains. by ACEA Media and Sail-World Posted on 26 May America's Cup - Brits put on Game Face as racing stalled for a day America's Cup - Brits put on Game Face as racing stalled for a day Strong winds in Bermuda has meant that day one of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers is postponed. Sir Ben Ainslie, Team Principal and Skipper remarked: “We are feeling good about starting the competition. It’s been documented that we’ve struggled with straight line speed in some of the practice races and that is something we are working really hard to rectify. by Land Rover BAR and Sail-World Posted on 26 May America's Cup - 12 days of British coverage to be free to air + Video America's Cup - 12 days of British coverage to be free to air + Video Georgie Ainslie presents Inside Track which went live a few hours ago from the Land Rover BAR team in Bermuda. BT Sport are making the America's Cup more accessible to watch by broadcasting the first 12 days of live racing from the Qualifiers and the Challenger Play-off semi-finals plus highlights from the Challenger Final and the Match on BT's Freeview channel, BT Sport Showcase HD. In this report Catch Georgie Ainslie presenting Inside Track from Bermuda earlier today. by Richard Gladwell Posted on 26 May Delta Lloyd Regatta – Medal race time for 470 and Laser Delta Lloyd Regatta – Medal race time for 470 and Laser The wind was a bit tricky but Laser and 470 were able to start as scheduled giving them some time before the medal races An exciting Friday saw the last of the races before the medal races are sailed. The wind was a bit tricky in the morning, but Laser and 470 were able to start their races as scheduled, giving them some time before the medal races to prepare. by Delta Lloyd Regatta Posted on 26 May America's Cup - Extended racing hours to catch up first day's schedule America's Cup - Extended racing hours to catch up first day's schedule The strong winds forecast for the first day of racing in the 35th America's Cup have hit the Great Sound in Bermuda, but The strong winds forecast for the first day of racing in the 35th America's Cup have hit the Great Sound in Bermuda, but are less than predicted. But on all three locations monitored by Predictwind.com the wind strength is clearly outside the limits allowed for racing with out the need for the Regatta Director to exercise his discretion to take safety consideration into account. by Richard Gladwell Posted on 26 May America's Cup - Late rule change plugs 'Love-tap' redress gap America's Cup - Late rule change plugs 'Love-tap' redress gap A late rule change has been implemented in the 35th America's Cup to addressing situations involving damage and redress A late rule change has been implemented in the 35th America's Cup to addressing situations similar to the serious collision on the second day of last Practice Session between Emirates Team New Zealand and Land Rover BAR, which saw the Kiwi boat taken out of racing for a four day period. by Richard Gladwell Posted on 26 May The Atlantic Cup returns The Atlantic Cup returns Longest offshore race in the Western Atlantic dedicated to the Class40 will start from Charleston, one year from today. The race was created in 2011 to showcase short-handed, offshore racing with hard fought competition and exciting shore based events, while also being the most environmentally sustainable sailing race in the United States. The Atlantic Cup has been carbon neutral since 2012 and was the first and is the only sports event in the U.S. to be ISO 20121 compliant. by Julianna Barbieri - Manuka SEM Posted on 26 May Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac set sail from Chicago on July 15th Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac set sail from Chicago on July 15th More than 300 boats have registered for the 109th Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac presented by Wintrust More than 300 boats have registered for the 109th Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac presented by Wintrust, one of the world’s longest-running freshwater distance races. “The Mac”, which takes most competitors well over 24 hours to complete, is a 333-mile sprint from the Chicago Lighthouse, just east of Navy Pier, to the Round Island Channel near Mackinac Island, Michigan. by Emily Potts Posted on 26 May Key West Race Week 2018 - Cancelled Key West Race Week 2018 - Cancelled After extensive discussion/deliberation Storm Trysail Club decided not to organize Key West Race Week in January 2018. After extensive discussion and deliberation the Storm Trysail Club has decided not to organize and hold Key West Race Week in January 2018. Many factors led to this difficult decision. The bottom line is that with declining participation, the event has become heavily dependent upon sponsorship making the event unsustainable in its current format. by Storm Trysail Club Posted on 26 May Registration in full swing for 2017 Rolex Big Boat Series Registration in full swing for 2017 Rolex Big Boat Series When it comes to determining fastest guns in west, Rolex Big Boat Series served as left coast’s pivotal proving ground. When it comes to determining the fastest guns in the west, Rolex Big Boat Series, hosted by the venerable St. Francis Yacht Club, has long served as the left coast’s pivotal proving ground. Of the 40 regattas StFYC hosts each year, Rolex Big Boat Series is the signature event and enjoys a proud 52-year history of testing competitors’ skills in demanding, rewarding conditions of San Francisco Bay. by STFYC Posted on 26 May
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