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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 Oakcliff Sailing, BMQR join forces Oakcliff Sailing, BMQR join forcesOakcliff Sailing, BMQR join forces to create lasting legacy for American SailingParticipants in Oakcliff's 2018 Sapling program will spend the summer at the Oakcliff campus on Long Island's North Shore learning everything from rigging, engine maintenance and sailmaking to advanced boat handling, match-racing tactics and fitness.by New York Yacht Club Posted 14 Dec 05:11 PST Jerry Richards joins Henri Lloyd Jerry Richards joins Henri LloydAppointed as Vice President of Henri Lloyd North AmericaIndustry veteran and former America's Cup and Olympic sailor Jerry Richards, has been appointed as Vice President of Henri Lloyd North America. Jerry has worked in the marine industry most of his life and in North America for over twenty years.by Amy Grealish, Henri Lloyd Posted 14 Dec 05:00 PST Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 4 Youth Sailing Worlds at Sanya, China day 4The Italians carried a 26-point advantage into Thursday's actionA single race will be held on Friday 15 December and there will be a fight for the final podium position with eight Girl's 29er teams in the hunt for silver and bronze.by Daniel Smith / World Sailing Posted 14 Dec 04:03 PST Sydney Hobart Race: Siren call of Hobart Sydney Hobart Race: Siren call of HobartBrawn on the foredeck makes the boat go fast, but the brains at the back of the boat win ocean racesBrawn on the foredeck makes the boat go fast, but the brains at the back of the boat win ocean races such as the RSHYR. Just ask any Sydney 38 skipper who trailed the late, great Lou Abrahams into Constitution Dock, even when the Victorian was in his 80s.by Jim Gale / RSHYR media Posted 14 Dec 03:32 PST Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 12 Clipper Telemed+ Tasman Test Day 12Battle for Podium reaching thrilling conclusionAfter twelve intense days and almost 2,500 nautical miles of racing, just half a nautical mile now separates frontrunner Sanya Serenity Coast, from second placed Visit Seattle.by The Clipper Race Posted 14 Dec 03:29 PST U.S. Sailors hunt for more at Youth Worlds U.S. Sailors hunt for more at Youth WorldsCurrently leading two fleets in SanyaU.S. sailors currently lead two fleets (Girls Laser Radial, Girls I420), stand in third in Boys I420, are battling in the top-10 in three other classes (Nacra 15, Boys Laser Radial, Boys 29er) and are third in the standings of the Nations Trophyby US Sailing Posted 14 Dec 03:00 PST RS Sailing's incredible 2017 RS Sailing's incredible 2017We speak to Jon Partridge and Alex Newton-SouthonWe spoke to Jon Partridge and Alex Newton-Southon at RS Sailing about their incredibly busy 2017 and some of the highlights of their year, both on the water and in the office.by Mark Jardine Posted 14 Dec 02:00 PST Commodore Cooney adds to his fleet Commodore Cooney adds to his fleetCommodore Cooney adds to his fleetNews today that Gentleman Jim Cooney has purchased the Big Red Girl just before this year's Hobart. Neville Crichton has stepped down from his role as charterer from his friend Jim Clark, but the super-talented crew assembled for the assault on the annualby John Curnow Posted 14 Dec 01:05 PST Back in the Day: 1994 Ultra 30 Grand Prix Back in the Day: 1994 Ultra 30 Grand PrixGreat archive footage from the racing in SouthamptonIn the first of a new series, we're searching out old videos on YouTube which show sailing footage from yesteryear. First up is the 1994 Ultra 30 Grand Prix held in Southampton.by Mark Jardine Posted 14 Dec 00:00 PST North Sails power along the InfoTrack North Sails power along the InfoTrackWhen you take on a supermaxi you need true passion, genuine commitment, unrelenting dedication, andWhen you take on a supermaxi you need true passion, genuine commitment, unrelenting dedication, and then some serious financial wherewithal to make it happen.by John Curnow Posted 13 Dec 23:28 PST Turks & Caicos sailor enjoying a global experience Turks & Caicos sailor enjoying a global experienceAt the 2017 Youth Sailing World ChampionshipSanya 2017 is the first career appearance for Mary Kathryn Grace Mann (Providenciales, Turks and Caicos) at the Youth Sailing World Championships, the world's premier junior sailing event.by World Sailing Posted 13 Dec 22:20 PST Countdown to the Barcelona World Race begins Countdown to the Barcelona World Race beginsPresentation to the sailing community on WednesdayThe countdown to the Barcelona World Race 2018/19 kicked off this Wednesday with a presentation of the regatta for the international sailing community at the Fundació Navegació Oceànica Barcelona (FNOB) headquarters in the Catalan capital.by Barcelona World Race Posted 13 Dec 22:06 PST Tryanny of time forces decision on America's Cup Tryanny of time forces decision on America's CupTryanny of time forces Auckland's decision on America's CupAuckland Council rejected a play from a Minister in the Coalition Government, by refusing to further stall a decision on the best option for America's Cup bases in Auckland. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 13 Dec 21:35 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
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