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TeamOrigin enter RORC Easter Challenge and all the latest sailing news

by Sail-World.com Team on 29 Mar 2010
Welcome to this week's edition of the UK's Sail-World.com newsletter.

TeamOrigin have entered the RORC Easter Challenge and will be racing Charles Dunstone’s TP52, Rio, the Brewin Dolphin Jersey NoR has been published and so too has The Royal Lymington Challenge Cup NoR.

We have news from the Enterprise Open at Silver Wing SC, West Kirby Hawks have retained their RYA National Team Racing title and there is news from the Maylandsea Frostbite Series.

Lots of sailing news abroad as the Audi Melges 32 Sailing Series Event No 1 in Italy kicked off the Melges season. After two days its seems the event is Fantastica....Be sure to check out Guido Trombetta's images from the event.

The Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia Mapfre, an event of the ISAF Sailing World Cup, is also underway on the Bay of Palma with over 1,000 sailors participating and Azzurra, the team from the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, skippered by Francesco Bruni beat an impressive line up, including Gavin Brady, to win the 46th Congressional Cup at Long Beach, in California.

The warring America's Cup parties have reached a settlement - don't forget to read all the latest America's Cup news on Sail-World.com.

In other news the Rolex International Regatta is underway in St Thomas, Virgin Islands and we have news and great images from that event.

The Clipper fleet is battling storms as they make their way to San Francisco, the Volvo Ocean Race stopover port list is almost complete, there is RYA news and so much more for your reading enjoyment ...
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