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Australian National Championship – Team Beau Geste comes out on top Australian National Championship – Team Beau Geste comes out on top There was a great crew, including long time friend and teammate at Oracle and Artemis, David Brooke Gavin Brady, who runs the Beau Geste Team, invite me to be the helmsman for two series down here in Oz. Gavin and I sailed together on AmericaOne in the 2000 America’s Cup and again on Money Penny in 2008. by Paul Cayard Posted today at 2:41 pm St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 - Day 2 St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 - Day 2 Six to eight foot seas off island's east end, gusts blowing to 20 to 25 knots and mix of rain and sun all added to fun. The St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) proved its reputation as the 'Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing' by superbly delivering on its signature mix of round the rocks and round the buoy courses on the event's second day of competition. What's more, six to eight foot seas off the island's east end, gusts blowing to 20 to 25 knots and a mix of rain and sun all added to the fun. by Carol Bareuther Posted today at 8:45 am St. Thomas International Regatta - Day 2 action-shots by Dean Barnes St. Thomas International Regatta - Day 2 action-shots by Dean Barnes Dean Barnes was on water at St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. Photographer Dean Barnes was on water at St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. by St. Thomas International Regatta Posted today at 8:27 am St. Thomas International Regatta – Day 1 – Wind was the word St. Thomas International Regatta – Day 1 – Wind was the word Competitors in the Large Offshore Multihull Class especially reveled in the afternoon breeze. These polar-opposite conditions plus the challenge of round the islands rather than strictly buoy racing proved the talk of why some of the best sailors in the Caribbean, U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand put STIR on their list of must-do’ regattas each year. by Carol Bareuther Posted today at 6:36 am Meet Clipper 2017-18 Race skipper Gaëtan Thomas Meet Clipper 2017-18 Race skipper Gaëtan Thomas This summer Gaëtan Thomas will make history as the first Belgian Skipper to lead a team around the world in Clipper Race This summer Gaëtan Thomas will make history as the first Belgian Skipper to lead a team around the world in the Clipper Race. by Clipper Round the World Posted today at 5:08 am World Match Racing Tour - Images from Perth World Match Racing Tour - Images from Perth Image gallery from the first round of the World Match Racing Tour sailed in Perth, Western Australia Image gallery from the first round of the World Match Racing Tour sailed in Perth, Western Australia by Ian Roman/WMRT Posted on 25 Mar World Match Racing Tour - Phil Robertson shows how it is done in Perth World Match Racing Tour - Phil Robertson shows how it is done in Perth Phil Robertson, the reigning world champion, made it look easy as he cruised to a 3–0 victory New Zealand’s Phil Robertson, the reigning world champion, made it look easy as he cruised to a 3–0 victory in the final of the Match Cup Australia, beating local skipper Matt Jerwood. “It was a very, very good day for us,” was Robertson’s description of the final. by World Match Racing Tour Posted on 25 Mar America's Cup - Oracle picks up some bow protection for docking America's Cup - Oracle picks up some bow protection for docking Bangin' the Corner team talk Jimmy and the boys on Oracle Team USA through the process of getting some bow protection The Bangin' the Corner team talk Jimmy and the boys on Oracle Team USA through the process of getting some bow protection for their new AC50, before they dock after a long day on the Great Sound, and don't dock like Ben did. by Bangin' the Corner Posted on 25 Mar Bureau Vallée 2 back in the water in Brittany Bureau Vallée 2 back in the water in Brittany The former Banque Populaire VIII aboard which Armel Le Cléac’h won the last Vendée Globe was put back in the water The former Banque Populaire VIII aboard which Armel Le Cléac’h won the last Vendée Globe was put back in the water on Friday in Lorient (Brittany), with her new decoration in the colours of Bureau Vallée. by Bureau Vallée Posted on 25 Mar German cycling great gets to ride in 16ft skiffs German cycling great gets to ride in 16ft skiffs Voight was a guest aboard leading Manly skiff Fluid Building after accepting an invite from skipper Clint Bowen. Jens Voight has twice won stages of the Tour de France and once held the world record time for distance ridden in an hour, but nothing prepared him for jumping on a 16ft skiff last Saturday. Voight was a guest aboard leading Manly skiff Fluid Building after accepting an invite from skipper Clint Bowen. by Michael Chittenden Posted on 25 Mar America's Cup - Bermuda practice racing videos March 24, 2017 America's Cup - Bermuda practice racing videos March 24, 2017 MyislandhomeBDA is videoing the Practice racing and training with the five teams in Bermuda MyislandhomeBDA is videoing the Practice racing and training with the five teams who are based in the venue for the 2017 America's Cup. Here's the set from March 24,2017 by MyislandhomeBDA Posted on 25 Mar Coast Guard joins Arctic stakeholders in historic forum Coast Guard joins Arctic stakeholders in historic forum U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft joined leaders representing eight coast guards of Arctic nations U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft joined leaders representing eight coast guards of Arctic nations in signing a joint statement Friday. The statement adopts doctrine, tactics, procedures and information-sharing protocols for emergency maritime response and combined operations in the Arctic. The Arctic Coast Guard Forum is an operationally-focused, consensus-based organisation... by Coast Guard First District Northeast News Posted on 24 Mar America's Cup - Coutts hits back at critics over Protocol change America's Cup - Coutts hits back at critics over Protocol change Russell Coutts, has responded to criticism over the recent changes to the 35th America's Cup Protocol Five times America's Cup winner and CEO of the America's Cup Events Authority, Russell Coutts, has responded to criticism over the recent changes to the 35th America's Cup Protocol, allowing testing and racing between Challengers and the Defender in Bermuda ahead of the start of the Qualifiers. by Russell Coutts, CEO ACEA Posted on 24 Mar Match Cup Australia – Home town bonanza Match Cup Australia – Home town bonanza David Gilmour had gone through 3 – 1 against Taylor Canfield, and Torvar Mirsky similarly eliminated Yann Guichard. Local skipper Matt Jerwood certainly overplayed the anxiety card on his way to becoming the third Western Australian skipper to make it through to the semi-finals by John Roberson Posted on 24 Mar Meet Clipper 2017-18 Race skipper Wendy Tuck Meet Clipper 2017-18 Race skipper Wendy Tuck For Wendy ‘Wendo’ Tuck, one race around the world was never going to be enough. For Wendy ‘Wendo’ Tuck, one race around the world was never going to be enough. And as a result, she’s set to make history in the Clipper 2017-18 Race as the first Australian skipper to complete the arduous ocean challenge twice. by Clipper Round the World Posted on 24 Mar America's Cup - Groupama Team France's AC50 sailing in Bermuda - Video America's Cup - Groupama Team France's AC50 sailing in Bermuda - Video Groupama Team France has had her first sail in Bermuda with the AC50 looking impressive in the video shot by the team. Groupama Team France has had her first sail in Bermuda with the AC50 looking impressive in the video shot by the team. by Groupama Team France Posted on 24 Mar America's Cup - Images of Emirates Team NZ flypast Devonport America's Cup - Images of Emirates Team NZ flypast Devonport Image gallery shot as Emirates Team New Zealand returned in the late afternoon from another four hour race session Image gallery shot as Emirates Team New Zealand returned in the late afternoon from another four hour race training session on the Waitemata harbour. Our cameras were on Devonport Wharf to catch the sequence - and for the first time a wide angle lens had to be used. by Richard Gladwell Posted on 23 Mar America's Cup – Get to know Iain Murray and the ACRM America's Cup – Get to know Iain Murray and the ACRM He has enjoyed a long and illustrious career since he first started sailing at the age of nine in his native Sydney. Throughout its 166 year history the rivalries between owners, skippers, crews, yacht clubs, fans and nations have been some of the most intriguing facets of the competition for the world’s oldest sporting trophy. by America's Cup Posted on 23 Mar Round the Rocks kick's off St. Thomas International Regatta Round the Rocks kick's off St. Thomas International Regatta Nearly 60 sleek sailing yachts from Caribbean, U.S., Canada and Europe will race in St. Thomas International Regatta. Nearly 60 sleek sailing yachts from the Caribbean, U.S., Canada and Europe will race in the 44th St. Thomas International Regatta. Set for March 24 to 26, this three-day regatta known as the ‘Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing’ will be prefaced by the second Round the Rocks Race on March 23, which features a circumnavigation of the 19-square-mile neighbouring U.S. Virgin Island of St. John. by Carol Bareuther Posted on 23 Mar Vendée Globe – A hugely popular event and media success Vendée Globe – A hugely popular event and media success With 29 skippers setting sail and 10 nations represented, the eighth edition offered a wide range of projects The results show huge increases everywhere: many more people attending the event, unprecedented media coverage and feedback, a record level of international coverage without talking about the very positive race outcome in terms of the rankings. by Vendée Globe Posted on 23 Mar
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