sail-world.com
 
 
News Home Cruising Photo Gallery Video Gallery
Sail-World.com : Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet complete Ocean Sprint
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet complete Ocean Sprint

'Singapore - Clipper 11-12 Round the World Yacht Race.'    Steve Holland/onEdition

Clipper 2011-12 Round the World Yacht Race fleet continue on day seventeen of race eight from Singapore to Qingdao. All of the ten 68-foot ocean racing have completed the Ocean Sprint with Singapore emerging victorious, covering the distance in 28 hours 20 minutes and 54 seconds, bettering De Lage Landen’s time by just under 14 minutes to claim the valuable extra point.

As the team close in on Qingdao, China, skipper Ben Bowley reports that despite the busy waters, the Singaporean entry is working hard to stay in a podium position as they slip down a place to third in this sprint to the finish.

'Well that was a busy night! Compared to the night before, the plethora of fishing boats, unbelievably, had multiplied. Keeping a minimum CPA (Closest Point of Approach) of half a mile became impossible and soon CPAs had to be measured in yards for some vessels. This combined with the wind going rather light and fickle made for quite a hectic evening. We were able to just about keep the boat moving and seemed to make some good ground back on Geraldton Western Australia.

'As the last 370 miles stretches out in front of us we are about to hoist ‘Mabel’ (our medium kite) due to the wind veering round to the east south east. This should be fine in the daylight but there is a chance that we shall have to drop after the sunset if the fishing fleet does not thin out a bit this evening.

'The weather today is glorious with clear bright skies and the crew are in tearing high spirits. We are getting rather excited about arriving in the next 48 hours and anticipate a spectacular welcome ceremony in China's Olympic ‘sailing city’. Get the beers on ice please!'

Despite losing out on the Ocean Sprint point, De Lage Landen, has emerged from Stealth Mode in the last 24 hours and is currently occupying pole position. With only two miles separating the Dutch entry from Geraldton Western Australia in this neck and neck race to the end, skipper Stuart Jackson knows there is still all to play for.

'With just over 300 miles to go, the final stretch of this race has only just begun. There are only a couple of miles separating the first boats from each other, which means that everything can still happen in terms of positions.

'Since yesterday Geraldton Western Australia has been hot on our heels, and early in the morning we could see them appear on the horizon. Last night we were surrounded once again by a massive group of fishermen. Trying to avoid them, as they have right of way, whilst fending of Geraldton Western Australia and Singapore wasn't easy as the fickle winds barely gave us enough boat speed to keep steering over the boat.

Stuart adds, 'Now for the last stretch everyone is focusing again on trim and fine helming, as we are trying to hold on to our first position.'

Hot on the heels of De Lage Landen and keen to keep their place on the podium, skipper Juan Coetzer reports that Geraldton Western Australia’s crew have had a busy 24 hours negotiating the waters of the East China Sea.

'If you take Christmas shopping, for example, imagine there is an 80 per cent sale going on at the time and this is the only shop in the country which is open and give everybody trolleys…think of how busy that's going be,' says Juan by way of analogy.

'Well that was our night last night, making our way through the fishing fleets with random lights and drift buoys flashing red, white and blue just to confuse the situation.'

Juan adds, 'The crew are really working hard to keep our second place as the wind is filling in from behind once again and with still 350 miles to go anything can happen.'

Derry-Londonderry has also emerged from Stealth Mode in the last 24 hours, and has maintained its position in the fleet, occupying fifth place just behind Visit Finland, after experiencing what skipper Mark Light describes as, 'a very light start to the day,' with blue skies, flat seas and steady winds.

'Last night was pretty challenging as we encountered the largest single fishing fleet I have ever seen. We first noticed a couple of lights on the horizon and then slowly a few more appeared. As we approached, over a hundred fishing vessels appeared all lit, most on our AIS (Automatic Identification System), and all travelling in different directions at varying speeds. This huge fleet was too large to try and skirt around and as we got closer even more lights appeared, so we made the decision to head straight through the middle.

'With this in mind we armed ourselves with our powerful search lamp and plenty of warm clothes as this was to be a long, sleepless night. All crew were briefed and positioned strategically around the boat to allow an effective 360 degree watch, the engine was readied in case of evasive action and we ploughed on through. With a few close calls, a decreasing wind and lots of stress we emerged from the masses unscathed, if a little weary!

'Daylight brought a wind increasing again steadily and veering to the east, all helping our progress to our destination of Qingdao. Now we are able to sail a little freer off the wind, decreasing boat heel and making life a whole lot more comfortable,' Mark adds.

Edinburgh Inspiring Capital leaves Marina at Keppel Bay, Singapore, at the start of Race 8 of the Clipper 11-12 Round the World Yacht Race. -  www.howiephoto.com/onEdition  

Edinburgh Inspiring Capital skipper, Gordon Reid, agrees, 'I have never seen so many fishing boats packed together so densely into one area!

'There are fishing boats everywhere, our Seapro Navigation display is packed full of AIS signals. There must be hundreds showing up at any one time. There are dense patches of fishing boats and lots of container ships all moving between the patches of fishing boats and we are constantly adjusting course to avoid the boats and the net marks or pot markers which are also everywhere.'

He adds, 'The wind has now veered as the high pressure system gets compressed by the intense low to the south of us, bringing with it a very flat sea and a decent 15 knots of breeze. We have maximised our sail plan and with a constant eye on the trim, we are moving at a very respectable ten knots plus.

'The temperature has dropped significantly and you could liken the conditions to a fresh winter morning on a Scottish mountain side, Sunny, with a fresh breeze and a wee nip in the air. Near perfect conditions to get the ‘Purple Beastie’ screaming along. The focus is now on teasing out every tiny little bit of boat speed in a perfect straight line, as we truck on towards the next race mark and beyond.'

Only six miles ahead of the Scottish entry, New York, in seventh place has spent the night dodging the fishing fleet of the East China Sea.

'The last few days have been about trying to avoid the fishing fleet which is impossible to do. We have worked out that if they have one red flag showing, most of the time they are in a pair and the other boat has one too. If they’re working alone then they show two flags and change course at any time without notice, so you have to keep an eye on them at all times which can be hard when you have around 30 or more around you,' skipper Gareth Glover, reports.

'At night the sea is just lit up with boats to a point where the horizon looks like sun rise. The temperature has also dropped overnight and the crew are now wearing their mid layers, hats, gloves and boots trying to keep warm on deck. The crew are now trying to make up miles on the leaders as there is still a few hundred miles to go and may be some more light winds ahead. We will not give up until we have crossed the line.'

Welcome to Yorkshire is the last in the fleet to pass the northern tip of Taiwan. Skipper, Rupert Dean, reports, 'All of the team is pleased to have got the passage across the Luzon Straits and up the east Taiwanese coast out of the way. Gone are the horrendous seas and continual slamming that have been endured for the past five days. Near impossible sleeping conditions, etching tiredness and sluggishness of thought on the faces of all on board, is thankfully behind us.'

Rupert continues, 'It's a credit to all crew on board that they have pulled through this together so well. Time now to re-energise before temperatures truly plummet and headwinds come our way again, which could happen in three days.

'In the meantime, according to the leaders ahead, there's plenty of action to be had dodging enormous fishing fleets, a new challenge indeed. Out of the frying pan into the fire!'

Gold Coast Australia’s crew have been racing hard to catch back up to the front runners in the fleet after their diversion to Taiwan.

Skipper, Richard Hewson, says, 'As we sail into the Yellow Sea conditions are getting colder and fishing vessel populations are getting denser. Last night there was barely a gap between a massive line of fishing vessels, and the radar just looked like a blob of land it had so many targets on it. All we could do was to find a gap, or if required tack until a gap opens up and then tack back at the first available opportunity. These nets are long and strong and if one of them gets wrapped around your keel or rudder its game over until you can cut the boat out. This would mean dropping all sails and jumping over the side in freezing water to cut the nets away and is not a very desirable situation.'

Gold Coast Australia entered into Stealth Mode at 0600 UTC so none of the rest of the fleet can see what tactics they are employing for the next 24 hours.

'We are playing our final cards towards the end of the race, hoping to gain enough extra time and miles to win a position on the podium,' explains Richard.

It’s a massive challenge to try to gain over 50 miles on the three leading boats in two days and will require one knot of extra boat speed over the other boats constantly. The crew have accepted the challenge and are willing to work hard to defy all odds and get back on the podium.'

Qingdao leaves Marina at Keppel Bay, Singapore, at the start of Race 8 of the Clipper 11-12 Round the World Yacht Race. -  www.howiephoto.com/onEdition  

Meanwhile, on board Qingdao, skipper Ian Conchie hopes that a busy night of sail changes and weaving through the localised traffic will pay dividends for the Chinese entry’s arrival into their home port.

He says, 'We finally cleared Taiwan. Near the northern end of the island we had to bear off to keep the apparent wind in the range for the Yankee 3 and this morning we were greeted by the first of many fishing fleets that caused us to alter course to get past them. In the sunshine the wind is dropping and veering. As a result we have been slowly changing sails and shaking out reefs until we now have full main, Yankee 1 and staysail.

'We are hoping now that the Chinese flag on our mainsail will encourage the fishing boats to keep out of our way. We are pushing hard north with good speed so we may still make it in for my birthday on Friday!'

The first teams are expected to arrive to a spectacular welcome in Qingdao between 22 and 25 February.

Positions at 1200 UTC, Monday 20 February
Boat DTF*
1 De Lage Landen 316nm
2 Geraldton Western Australia 318nm (+2nm DTL**)
3 Singapore 334nm (+18nm)
4 Visit Finland 366nm (+50nm)
5 Derry-Londonderry 374nm (+58nm)
6 Gold Coast Australia 395nm (+79nm) Stealth Mode: position at 0600 UTC
7 New York 401nm (+85nm)
8 Edinburgh Inspiring Capital 410nm (+94nm)
9 Qingdao 475nm (+159nm)
10 Welcome to Yorkshire 482nm (+166nm)

*DTF = Distance to Finish, **DTL = Distance to Leader. Full positions are updated every three hours and can be found online.

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race website


by Heather Ewing

  

Click on the FB Like link to post this story to your FB wall

http://www.sail-world.com/index.cfm?nid=94085

1:04 PM Mon 20 Feb 2012GMT


Click here for printer friendly version
Click here to send us feedback or comments about this story.


Related News Stories:

19 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Race - Battle continues with mighty Pacific
17 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet pounded by Pacific Ocean
16 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet tested by strong conditions
15 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Race fleet prepare for Pacific Ocean onslaught
15 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race teams approach Scoring Gate
13 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet face punishing conditions
13 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet endure gale force winds
11 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - De Lage Landen rejoin race
11 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race - De Lage Landen medevac
10 Mar 2012  Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet face steep seas
MORE STORIES ...






News - USA and the World

Volvo Ocean Race: The Traemeister's onboard gym session *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
On Board Reporter, Brian Carlin, claimed he did not know what a Gym before he set foot aboard Team Vestas Wind. And then compounded his issues by saying that he thought 'Gym' was pronounced 'Gime'. Fitness freak Trae has taken on the invidious task of getting the Irish OBM up to a passable fitness level, believed to be 100 push-ups. ... [more]  

Overall race leader, Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing Has slipped in the Volvo Ocean Race having led for most of Leg 2, and won Leg 1. But as has been done before Abu Dhabi has caught up, and now playing storm-watch. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Thanksgiving at Sea *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
Although they may be far from home, old traditions aren't forgotten as the US crew aboard Team Alvimedica celebrate one of the great traditions. And the non-US crew partake of their first Thanksgiving, off the coast of Madagascar. There's some of the traditional fare, adapted for the Volvo Ocean Race, and some messages and mementos from home. ... [more]  

2014 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - The official launch of Syd Fischer’s super maxi, Ragamuffin 100, will take place next Tuesday, 2 December 2014, at Sydney City Marine Complex, Rozelle. ... [more]  

The new application from PredictWind for Mac and PC is revolutionary for accessing weather data when offshore. Accessing GRIB files, Weather Routing, GMDSS forecasts and Satellite Imagery is now a simple task with the unique and user friendly interface. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Mapfre takes lead in Leg 2 as break point looms *Feature by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
The latest position report from Volvo Ocean Race Control has given the lead in leg 2 of the Volvo Ocean Race to Mapfre (Iker Martinez). She takes over the lead from Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing (Ian Walker), who has led from soon after the start of Leg 2, a week ago. ... [more]  

Over 270 sailors from 38 nations have enjoyed a mixed range of conditions since their arrival early on in the week. The athletes have used the time to acclimatise to their surroundings, different sea states and a variety of wind strengths. But now, the practice time is over with racing across the ten Olympic and open kiteboarding fleets to kick start the inaugural ISAF Sailing World Cup Final. ... [more]  

VOR 2014-15: Some of them also wake up in the middle of the night to check the latest position reports of Team Brunel. The crew is aware of that, including our skipper Bouwe Bekking. 'We are not the only ones looking out for the position reports. We know that the home front is eyeballing every move of us. Our wives, children, girlfriends, friends and supporters live this race as extreme as we.' ... [more]  

ISAF Sailing World Cup Final 2014: Among the ten Olympic series represented, Franck Cammas will be participating in the event for the first time aboard a Nacra 17, this time teaming up with the young, light Alizée Desbordes. Having remained in France to satisfy her professional obligations, Sophie de Turckheim will be following the performance of her favourite helm closely. ... [more]  

ISAF Sailing World Cup Final: Bjorn Allansson (SWE), Briana Provancha (USA), Sofia Bekatorou (GRE), Lara Vadlau (AUT) and Anton Paz (ESP) have fully embraced the Abu Dhabi and Emirati life, grasping the opportunities available with both hands. 'There are so many welcoming and friendly people here,' explained Provancha at the opening press conference. ... [more]  

Leading sailing marine electronics manufacturer B&G has been appointed an Official Race Supplier for the Volvo Ocean Race 2014/15. B&G will also be providing full electronic navigation systems, tactical software and race support to the organisers of the 2014 Volvo Ocean Race, which began on the October 4th in Alicante, Spain. ... [more]  

If you missed this week's edition of Adventures of a Sailor Girl, then hear the replay below. Adventures of a Sailor Girl #31 - Pathways and passion! ... [more]  

Star Sailors League Finals: This Bahaman event is about much more than just sailing, however: it promises a blistering week of high emotion, passion and dazzlingly action that will deliver a unique display of sporting prowess from a slew of champions. All in an easy-to-grasp and see format that even non-sailing folk will understand perfectly. ... [more]  

America's Cup: Sweden to host World Series regatta in 2015 by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz
Artemis Racing and the City of Gothenburg are set to host an America’s Cup World Series event during the last weekend of August (28th - 30th) 2015. Racing will take place either on the Gota River close to the city centre, or at Långedrag, and the race village will be located in Frihamnen. ... [more]  

2014 RORC Transatlantic Race - The inaugural RORC Transatlantic Race, in association with the International Maxi Association (IMA), starts on Saturday 29th November from Lanzarote bound for Grenada, 2,995 nautical miles across the Atlantic Ocean. All of the competing yachts are now safely moored in Puerto Calero Marina and last night an informal welcome drinks reception was well received with crew ... [more]  

2014 Chicago Match Cup - At the end of Chicago Match Race Center's sixth season, the numbers show how well CMRC reached both into and beyond the Great Lakes sailing community. CMRC hosted a total of 12 graded events from May to October. Of these, the five Grade Three regattas were the best attended featuring 23 skippers from nine countries. ... [more]  

2014 Extreme Sailing Series - Act 8 - Tom Slingsby, Australian Olympic Laser Gold medalist, and member of Oracle Team USA, has signed up as skipper of Oman Air, one of two Oman Sail Extreme Sailing teams, for the final act of the Extreme Sailing Series in Sydney, Australia (11-14 December). ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Big spread in fleet as Abu Dhabi leads *Feature by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz
Abu Dhabi (Ian Walker) continues to lead the Volvo Ocean Race. She is the most westerly of the fleet as they approach the coast of Madagascar. In a video, Abu Dhabi skipper Ian Walker explains the weather hazards of the second leg of the Volvo Ocean Race. ... [more]  

ISAF Sailing World Cup Final 2014: With a packed crowd of local dignitaries, VIPS and competitors, the ISAF President welcomed the world’s finest Olympic sailors and kiteboarders who will be battling it out on Abu Dhabi's waters. 'It’s a great honour for me to be here today because we have a very important regatta which will be the future of our sport,' explained Croce. ... [more]  

Sir Keith Mills GBE announced that America’s Cup Racing is to return to British waters when the America’s Cup World Series (ACWS) takes place in Portsmouth 23-26 July 2015 and 21–24 July 2016. The second European location is expected to be Cagliari in Italy, where Luna Rossa Challenge have their base. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Welcome to Brian's Gime *Feature by Brian Carlin, Team Vestas Wind, At sea
The irrepressible Brian Carlin, the On Board Reporter for Team Vestas Wind is on fitness program on board, under the watchful eye of race veteran Tony Rae. Today as my personal trainer, friend and fellow shipmate we accomplished a goal, 70 press-ups. I’m sure to some it maybe easy but I ask anyone of you right now sitting at your desk, hit the floor and give me 70 on the spot. ... [more]  

Two of the crew from Overall race leader, Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing look at leg 2 and the race overall. Here are the latest blogs (unedited) from On Board Reporter Matt Knighton, along with an onboard video with Simon Fisher (navigator) musing on what is required to win the race, and skipper Ian Walker on how Leg 2 has panned out for them so far. ... [more]  

Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 2014 - A new deal for corinthians by Bruce Montgomery – Rolex Sydney Hobart media
Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 2014: Since 1945 starters in the Sydney-Hobart have raced the equivalent of two circumnavigations of the world, almost 45,000 nautical miles. They have been drawn from the seven seas; they come from all corners of the world; they board boats that range from 100-feet supermaxis to boats littler larger than the Owl and the Pussycat’s. ... [more]  

2016 Hansa Class Combined World and International Championships - The International Hansa Class Association has announced that the 2016 Hansa Class Combined World and International Championships will be held in the Netherlands. ... [more]  

Most of the nearly 300 sailors on 216 boats in 21 classes in Alamitos Bay Yacht Club's 67th Turkey Day Regatta came to enjoy sunny sailing in mild conditions, which the weekend delivered beautifully. By tradition, the winners received turkeys, not trophies, but for a few others it was another important stopover en route to Rio de Janeiro and the 2016 Olympics. They hope. ... [more]  

Everyone was expecting a battle between Besson and Cammas. In the end, Morgan Lagravière took the Champion’s title of the seventh edition of the St-Barth Cata Cup with a near-perfect journey. The Marché U day ended with a friendly race to Public. ... [more]  

Robert Scheidt talks to us just a few days before the Nassau start of the Star Sailors League Final. How do you feel inside? I feel very calm. Myself and Bruno have tons of experience with the Star. We’ve been competing together for 10 years now. ... [more]  

The US Optimist Dinghy Association (USODA) has selected Pensacola Yacht Club (PYC) to host their 2015 National Championships. This championship will be a week-long sailing spectacular on Pensacola Bay sailed by International Optimist Dinghy sailors from eight to 15 years old. ... [more]  

More than forty five years since his historical circumnavigation, legendary Clipper Race founder Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, 75, continues to prove inspirational to adventurers around the globe. Sir Robin, the oldest entrant in the 3,542 mile Route du Rhum, finished third in his Rhum class into La Pointe À Pitre, Guadeloupe. ... [more]  

With Olympic heroes and World Champions in their numbers at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi, UAE, local children are being inspired to take up the sport. By utilising the star names on show at the ISAF Sailing World Cup Final, the Abu Dhabi Sailing and Yacht Club, hosts of the regatta, are using the event to promote the sport in the Emirati capital. ... [more]  

The last day of the Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup saw a grandstand finale to the 2014 PWA World Tour as the morning showers finally cleared to allow the wind to fill in and the respective titles to be decided. With the racing beginning later than scheduled the title race came down to one final race, which would ultimately decide the title. ... [more]  

Sometime during last night’s moonless gloom in the Volvo Ocean Race, the masthead lights of Dongfeng and Mapfre appeared to the west, maybe right where they would have been if we had jibed with the fleet the previous day. To say that was a relief is an understatement-that we are back in touch, back in the fray near the front, it keeps everyone motivated and pushing a little bit harder. ... [more]  

Olympic medal-winning skipper Ian Walker, from Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing (ADOR) – the emirate’s Volvo Ocean Race contesting squad – recently took time out of his hectic schedule while he was in Cape Town, as the team prepared for Leg 2 of the race to catch-up with students at The British School Al Khubairat via a video call. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race – Team SCA’s super fan
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final: Abu Dhabi Sailing Instructions published
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Italian 49erFX duo ready for action
St Barth Cata Cup day 3
Volvo Ocean Race: Racing between a Rock and a Hard Place
Volvo Ocean Race - Position report at: 24 Nov 0700 UTC
2014 RC44 Championship Tour trophy – Video highlights
Volvo Ocean Race - Position report at: 23 Nov 1930 UTC
Volvo Ocean Race - Position report at: 23 Nov 0748 UTC
Gladwell's Line: The America's Cup is now Bermuda's Cup? *Feature
VX ONE Winter Series - Norris and Family earn first weekend victory
RC44 Oman Cup - Nika wins and Team Aqua clinch their fourth RC44 title
18ft Skiffs: Club Championship, Cordukes Clubhouse Trophy - Race three
Volvo Ocean Race: On board with Abu Dhabi - torn sail and where to go? *Feature
2014 Argo Group Gold Cup - Bermuda shines
2014 Turkey Day Regatta – Day 1
Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup - Delphine Cousin officially world champ
Volvo Ocean Race: A man's got to do what a man's got to do
RC44 Championship Tour - A great sailing day on the Gulf of Oman
Sail-World Team holds first Continental Conference at METS
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Open Formula Kiteboarding event preview   
Volvo Ocean Race: Fleet heads into the Southern Ocean + Videos *Feature   
ISAF Sailing World Cup Final - Set to be an 'experience of a lifetime'   
America's Cup: Source named in Bermuda venue leak *Feature   
2014 RC44 Oman Cup - Challenging day + Videos   
Volvo Ocean Race: A bumpy, hard driving ride in the Southern Ocean   
EPA punts on renewable fuel standard   
Yates Cup: US supermaxi Rio100 wins first offshore race + Video *Feature   
Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup - Men’s title race takes a twist   
RC44 Oman Cup - Consistency hard to come by   
Volvo Ocean Race - Discomfort takes over for Team Alvimedica   
Volvo Ocean Race - Rapid change for Team SCA   
Viper 640 event at Lake Garda - 22-26th June 2015   
British Cycling grows by over 500%, can sailing do the same?   
GC32 Racing Tour 2015 - Dates and venues   
Class 40-footers to be featured in 2015 Annapolis-to-Newport Race   
Spectacular performance by Bakewell-White maxi early in first race *Feature   
Airwaves Noumea PWA Dream Cup - Big strides for Cousin and Moussilmani   
America's Cup: Team New Zealand responds to Venue rumours *Feature   
ORC reveals rule improvements for 2015   


For this week's complete news stories select    Last 7 Days
   Search All News
For last month's complete news stories select    Last 30 Days
   Archive News







Sail-World.com  


















Switch Default Region to:

Social Media

Asia

Australia

Canada

Europe

New Zealand

United Kingdom


http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/Twitter_logo_small.png http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/FaceBook-icon.png  http://www.sail-world.com/event_images/image/RSS-Icon.png

United States

Cruising Northern

Cruising Southern

MarineBusiness World

PowerBoat World

FishingBoating World

 

Contact

Commercial

News

Search

Contact Us

Advertisers Information

Submit news/events

Search Stories/Text

Feedback

Advertisers Directory

Newsletter Archive

Photo Gallery

 

Banner Advertising Details

Newsletter Subscribe

Video Gallery

Policies

 

 

 

Privacy Policy

 

 


Cookie Policy

 

 



This site and its contents are © Copyright TetraMedia and/or the original author, photographer etc. All Rights Reserved.  Photographs are copyright by law.  If you wish to use or buy a photograph contact the photographer directly.
XLXL NEW US
LocalAds   DE  ES  FR  IT