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St Petersburg to Habana Race gets underway after 58 year hiatus St Petersburg to Habana Race gets underway after 58 year hiatus The St. Petersburg Yacht Club has made history again as the St. Petersburg-Habana Race got underway on Tuesday The St. Petersburg Yacht Club has made history again as the St. Petersburg-Habana Race got underway on Tuesday, after after a 58-year hiatus. The 107- year-old Yacht Club last staged the race in 1959. It was a major annual event from 1930 until that year, when political upheaval in Cuba ended the tradition. by St Petersburg YC Posted today at 12:46 pm Black flag comes out on Day 2 of GC32 Championship Black flag comes out on Day 2 of GC32 Championship Conditions became lighter, but this managed to heighten the intensity of the racing between the 11 teams on day two With the wind dropping from nine knots to five, general recalls became the norm, as crews jockeyed to get the best starts. This forced Principle Race Officer John Craig to start races under a ‘black flag’, disqualifying premature starters. by GC32 Racing Posted today at 5:52 pm EFG Bank Monaco wins fourth consecutive EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour EFG Bank Monaco wins fourth consecutive EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour French sailing star Thierry Douillard today led his EFG Bank Monaco (MON) team to their fourth consecutive title French sailing star Thierry Douillard today led his EFG Bank Monaco (MON) team to their fourth consecutive title as the Arabian classic came to a thrilling climax. by Oman Sail Posted today at 5:02 pm Countdown to the St Barths Bucket Regatta Countdown to the St Barths Bucket Regatta The magic takes place both on and off the water, when the owners and crews fill the yacht haven before and after racing, The magic in St Barths takes place both on and off the water, when the owners and crews fill the yacht haven before and after racing, with the special Yacht Hop taking place on the Saturday evening. by Perini Navi Posted today at 2:51 pm JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff – Thurlow Fisher continues excellent form JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff – Thurlow Fisher continues excellent form Michael Coxon, Dave O’Connor and Trent Barnabas produced a faultless exhibition in the light East to ESE wind The recently crowned Australian champion Thurlow Fisher Lawyers continued the excellent form the team have shown recently with an outstanding victory in today’s Race 4 of the 2017 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour. Michael Coxon, Dave O’Connor and Trent Barnabas produced a faultless exhibition in the light East to ESE wind to bring Thurlow Fisher Lawyers home a 2m2s winner. by Frank Quealey Posted today at 9:31 am Vendee Globe - Heerema - 'Like the Southern Ocean' Vendee Globe - Heerema - 'Like the Southern Ocean' Pieter Heerema has got moving again. This afternoon, he told us about some “incredible waves”. Pieter Heerema has got moving again. This afternoon, he told us about some “incredible waves”. He now only has 500 miles left to sail in these tough conditions to complete his Vendée Globe, which he is expected to finish on Thursday. Meanwhile, Sébastien Destremau is about to enter an area of light winds. by Vendee Globe Posted today at 7:15 am Olympic champions announce pools for Red Bull Youth America’s Cup Olympic champions announce pools for Red Bull Youth America’s Cup Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher have announced the lineups for the two pools of top national youth teams Two-time Olympic Gold Medalists Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher have announced the lineups for the two pools of top national youth teams that will compete in the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup in Bermuda this summer. by America's Cup Posted today at 3:50 am JJ Giltinan 18ft skiffs - Replay Coverage of Race 4 JJ Giltinan 18ft skiffs - Replay Coverage of Race 4 Catch the latest race of the JJ Giltinan Trophy for the 18ft Skiffs, sailed on Sydney harbour. Catch the latest race of the JJ Giltinan Trophy for the 18ft Skiffs, sailed on Sydney harbour. Great coverage from the very knowledgeable team on the Camera Cat, including commentary from Peter Shipway, Bob Killick and Andrew Buckland. by Sail-World.com Posted today at 2:43 am JJ Giltinan 18fters - Images from the calm and tempest of Race 3 JJ Giltinan 18fters - Images from the calm and tempest of Race 3 Michael Chittenden was back riding in the shotgun seat/deck behind the video camera on board the Camera Cat. Michael Chittenden was back riding in the shotgun seat/deck behind the video camera on board the Camera Cat. He shot this gallery of images as Race 3 started in moderate winds, which increased dramatically as a rain squall hit the fleet on the first downwind leg, before easing to a calm as the boats outside the top three overall struggled to finish inside the one hour time limit. by Michael Chittenden Posted today at 2:11 am JJ Giltinan 18fters - Yamaha granted redress after collision in squall JJ Giltinan 18fters - Yamaha granted redress after collision in squall The winner of the first two races in the JJ Giltinan Trophy has been awarded average points for her scoring races The winner of the first two races in the 2017 JJ Giltinan 18fter Championship has been awarded average points for her scoring races in the series after a Hearing by the protest committee in Sydney this morning. Yamaha NZ was forced to withdraw after taking evasive action to avoid a give-way boat, suffering damage and later capsizing just before a 22kt rainsquall hit the fleet. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZ Posted today at 12:51 am Coast Guard Foundation announces Scholarship Season now open Coast Guard Foundation announces Scholarship Season now open The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization, announced that it has kicked off its 2017 scholarship season. he Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and welfare of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced today that it has kicked off its 2017 scholarship season. Accepting applications from March 1st through April 15th, children of enlisted Coast Guard members may apply for annual scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. by Coast Guard Foundation Posted on 28 Feb 52 Super Series Miami Royal Cup – Nowhere to hide 52 Super Series Miami Royal Cup – Nowhere to hide Gulari raced as strategist in Key West partnering with tactician Terry Hutchinson but this will be his debut at the helm In Miami, 2016 US Olympian and multiple World Champion helmsman, Bora Gulari, steers championship winner Quantum Racing for the first time ever in the white heat of competition. Tony Langley’s British-flagged team will be getting to grips with their new Gladiator, which debuted at Key West as Interlodge – the latest Botín Partners design. by 52 Super Series Posted on 28 Feb Etchells Midwinter - Lawrie Smith wins battle, Steve Benjamin wins war Etchells Midwinter - Lawrie Smith wins battle, Steve Benjamin wins war 2017 Etchells North American Midwinter East Series wrapped up with three-day Mid-winter East Regatta for Schoonmaker Cup The 2017 Etchells North American Midwinter East Series wrapped up in Miami this past weekend with the three-day Mid-winter East Regatta for the Schoonmaker Cup. Forty-seven boats came out to beautiful Biscayne Bay for the scheduled eight-race regatta. by John Payne Posted on 28 Feb Kiwi helmsmen prevail on GC32 Championship opening day Kiwi helmsmen prevail on GC32 Championship opening day Two leading Kiwi skippers, who took the helms of well-established teams, claimed the lead positions after the first day Two leading Kiwi skippers, both of whom have taken over the helms of well-established teams for this regatta, have claimed the lead positions after the first day of racing by GC32 Racing Posted on 28 Feb JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiffs - Squalls and calms test fleet in Race 3 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiffs - Squalls and calms test fleet in Race 3 The race began in a light wind before a rain squall hit the fleet on the spinnaker run to bottom mark off Kurraba Point. Australia finally broke the New Zealand dominance so far in the 2017 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship, sponsored by The Winning Group, when Appliancesonline.com won an incident packed race three of the championship on Sydney Harbour today. The race began in a light East wind before a rain squall hit the fleet on the spinnaker run to the bottom mark off Kurraba Poin by Frank Quealey Posted on 28 Feb Thornburg's FOMO setting off to Cuba in St Petersburg Yacht Club Race Thornburg's FOMO setting off to Cuba in St Petersburg Yacht Club Race Lloyd Thornburg’s “FOMO” (Shaun Carkeek 40 mkII) will today set off from St Petersburg Yacht Club to Cuba. Lloyd Thornburg’s “FOMO” (Shaun Carkeek 40 mkII) will today set off from St Petersburg Yacht Club to Cuba. Onboard with him he has, Nick Rogers, Simon Fisher, Jan Dekker, Mark Andrews, Henry Bomby, Pete Cumming ,Rob Greenhalgh and Ben Quatromoni. The race has fantastic history dating back to 1929 and has been revived this year for the first time since 1959. by Rachel Fallon-Langdon Posted on 28 Feb EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour hangs in the balance after crucial Leg 5 EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour hangs in the balance after crucial Leg 5 Team Al Mouj Muscat edged across the finish line in Dubai just one second ahead of EFG Bank Monaco after intense racing In one of the closest leg finishes ever seen in seven editions of EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour, Team Al Mouj Muscat edged across the finish line in Dubai just one second ahead of EFG Bank Monaco after 34 hours of intense racing from Doha. by Oman Sail Posted on 28 Feb GKSS to host WMRT Gothenburg Match Cup GKSS to host WMRT Gothenburg Match Cup Gothenburg is the latest city to add to the growing list of WMRT World Tour level events that qualify teams Gothenburg is the latest city to add to the growing list of WMRT World Tour level events that qualify teams into Championship level events and earn valuable points by World Match Racing Tour Posted on 28 Feb Cruising Club of America names annual award recipients Cruising Club of America names annual award recipients The Cruising Club of America selected Michael J. Johnson (Santa Fe, N.M.) to receive Club’s Blue Water Medal for 2016 The Cruising Club of America (CCA) selected Michael J. Johnson (Santa Fe, N.M.) to receive the Club’s Blue Water Medal for 2016, awarded for his extensive cruising for over 40 years, covering more than 125,000 nautical miles and including an east-to-west circumnavigation below the five great southern capes. by Barby MacGowan Posted on 28 Feb JJ Giltinan 18ft skiffs - Replay Coverage of Race 3 JJ Giltinan 18ft skiffs - Replay Coverage of Race 3 Catch the latest race of the JJ Giltinan Trophy for the 18ft Skiffs, sailed on Sydney harbour. Catch the latest race of the JJ Giltinan Trophy for the 18ft Skiffs, sailed on Sydney harbour. Great coverage from the very knowledgeable team on the Camera Cat, including commentary from Peter Shipway, Bob Killick and Andrew Buckland. by Sail-World.com Posted on 28 Feb
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