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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 Blustery in Normandy at the Bedanne's Cup Blustery in Normandy at the Bedanne's CupCourtois maintains control in WIM Series eventThe conditions turned blustery on small Lake Bedanne in Normandy for the second day of racing at the International Bedanne's Cup, but the change of conditions did not deter local skipper Pauline Courtois as she maintained control to remain in the lead.by WIM Series Posted 13 Dec 12:53 PST Sustainability the winner in Cape Town Sustainability the winner in Cape TownAt the Volvo Ocean Race VillageThe use of around 45,000 single-use plastic water bottles was avoided, and 15,000 litres of drinking water was produced from non-potable water, during the recent Volvo Ocean Race stopover in Cape Town.by Shannon Petersen Posted 13 Dec 10:05 PST Feeling the pressure in VOR Leg 3 Feeling the pressure in VOR Leg 3A brutally honest report from Turn the Tide on Plastic skipper Dee CaffariCaffari and her young team have opted to go north in the hope of avoiding the worst of the weather, however this particular storm is 400 nautical miles wide and avoiding it totally would be impossible.by Turn The Tide On Plastic Posted 13 Dec 08:59 PST World Sailing equipment selection process World Sailing equipment selection processImportant decisions concerning Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing CompetitionIn 2018, World Sailing will make a number of important decisions concerning the Events and Equipment that will be used at the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition in Marseille, France.by World Sailing Posted 13 Dec 08:18 PST Reviving your Regional Youth Racing Reviving your Regional Youth RacingLessons and practical advice from Andrew NelsonAndrew Nelson, Youth Sailing Director at The Sailing Foundation in Redmond, Washington, has found success in revitalizing regular youth racing in the Pacific Northwest. Here he shares some lessons and practical advice.by Andrew Nelson Posted 13 Dec 08:05 PST Southern Ocean storm approaches in VOR Southern Ocean storm approaches in VORDee Caffari opts to take her young Turn the Tide on Plastic crew furthest northFaced with the tough decision of whether to take on the impending storm by diving south on a quicker but more risky route or escaping the worst of the weather to the north, each of the seven teams have now thrown their cards on the table.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 13 Dec 07:03 PST 2017 Christmas Fun Run winners announced 2017 Christmas Fun Run winners announcedChuck Clay had a dominating winChuck Clay of Alamitos Bay Yacht Club had a dominating win in the Cal 20 Class and Randy Smith of Long Beach Yacht Club won in the Soling Class this past Saturday in the Long Beach Yacht Club's 2017 Christmas Fun Run, formerly known as the Cal 20 Fun Run.by Rick Roberts Posted 13 Dec 06:07 PST Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 3 Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 3Fraschini knows what it takes to perform on the major international stageIn another variable 6-14 knot breeze from the east, Charlotte Rose (USA) and Dolores Moreira Fraschini (URU) went toe to toe in the Girl's Laser Radial and Israel's Yoav Cohen had a back and forth battle with China's Hao Chen in the Boy's RS:X.by Daniel Smith / World Sailing Posted 13 Dec 05:25 PST IMOCA General Meeting determines direction IMOCA General Meeting determines direction2018-2020 calendar confirmed and Global Series createdThe 2018-2020 calendar was confirmed and a Global Series created. Antoine Mermod, the President of the class looks back at the major decisions taken at this General Meeting.by IMOCA Posted 13 Dec 04:51 PST Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 11 Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 11Nerve-Wracking Drag Race to the FinishWith under 200 nautical miles (nm) left to Sydney, but with under five nautical miles separating leaders Qingdao with Sanya Serenity Coast and Visit Seattle, in challenging winds, teams are set for a truly nerve-wracking drag race conclusion.by The Clipper Race Posted 13 Dec 03:22 PST Andrew Simpson Foundation selected Andrew Simpson Foundation selectedAs Star Sailors League charityThe Star Sailors League is a circuit created by sailors for sailors. It is born from a desire to offer sailing champions a simple, well priced and efficient platform from which to showcase their exploits to a global audience.by Star Sailors League Posted 13 Dec 01:04 PST Price is right for frighteningly fast machine Price is right for frighteningly fast machinePrice has been officially unveiledAfter months of speculation Olympian Olivia Price has been officially unveiled as the skipper of the Kleenmaid SuperFoiler, the first machine of her kind to be spied on Australian waters.by SuperFoiler Posted 12 Dec 22:31 PST SOLAS Big Boat Challenge images by Beth Morley SOLAS Big Boat Challenge images by Beth Morley2017 SOLAS Big Boat Challenge action-shotsPhotographer Beth Morley provided this gallery of images from SOLAS Big Boat Challenge 2017.by Beth Morley Posted 12 Dec 22:23 PST Fantastic win for Teasing Machine Fantastic win for Teasing MachineDeclared the overall winner in the RORC Transatlantic RaceEric de Turckheim's French Nivelt-Muratet 54 Teasing Machine was today declared the overall winner of the 2017 RORC Transatlantic Race. Whilst a number of the record 23 yacht fleet are still racingby Louay Habib Posted 12 Dec 20:31 PST François Gabart focussed and happy François Gabart focussed and happyMACIF trimaran skipper 2,500 miles ahead on Solo Round the World Record attemptIf all goes well, François Gabart will complete his single-handed round the world at the end of the week, after less than 45 days at sea. During the radio session with Macif's employees this Tuesday, the MACIF trimaran skipper was being tossedby Trimaran MACIF Posted 12 Dec 19:47 PST Sunny start to the Bedanne's Cup Sunny start to the Bedanne's CupPauline Courtois leads final 2017 WIM Series event after first dayDespite the cold temperatures, the sailors all had sunny smiles during the first day of racing at the 2017 Women's International Match Racing Series (WIM Series) final event – the International Bedanne's Cup.by WIM Series Posted 12 Dec 19:09 PST Superyacht revenue hinges on Cup base decision Superyacht revenue hinges on Cup base decisionSuperyacht servicing revenue hinges on Am Cup base decisionSuperyachts will simply stop coming to Auckland if the Government's choice for America's Cup bases goes ahead, say key marine industry leaders. With a decision due to be made on Thursday, there are just two options left on the table for team basesby Suzanne McFadden Posted 12 Dec 18:38 PST 2017 Extreme Sailing Series™ TV Series 2017 Extreme Sailing Series™ TV SeriesEpisode 5 brings us the racing from BarcelonaWatch episode five of the official 2017 Extreme Sailing Series™ TV Series for a full recap of the action from Act 5, Hamburg, presented by Land Rover.by Extreme Sailing Series Posted 12 Dec 12:04 PST
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