| News for the Last 30 Days - USA & the World
Danish Open Ladies Cup - Sailors ready for competition in Skovshoved
By Joakim Hermansson, ,
2:05 AM Thu 20 Jun 2013 GMT
This Thursday, nine of the world’s most competitive sailors will race in Skovshoved, just north from the capital Copenhagen, at the Danish Open Ladies Cup. The event, hosted by the Royal Danish Yacht Club, will be the third on the inaugural 2013 Women's International Match Racing Series. The battle will be not only for WIMRS-points, but also a prize purse of $12,500 USD. ...
U.S. Junior Women’s Doublehanded Championship begins June 25th
By Jake Fish, ,
1:32 AM Thu 20 Jun 2013 GMT
The 2013 U.S. Women's Doublehanded Championship, hosted by the Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club in Corona del Mar, is set to take place next Tuesday, June 25 through Thursday, June 27. ...
Southern Spars make two finals at the 2013 Auckland Exporter Awards
12:33 AM Thu 20 Jun 2013 GMT
Southern Spars NZ, an Auckland-based world leader in carbon spars and rigging is a finalist in two categories at the 2013 Auckland Exporter of the year Awards.
Southern Spars NZ has been selected as a finalist in the Auckland Export Awards 2013 in two categories - The Westpac Exporter of the Year award (total sales over $25 million) and the Baldwins Intellectual Property Best Commercialisation ...
Marion Bermuda Race - Smallest entry claims top prize
By Talbot Wilson, ,
11:41 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
In the 2013 Marion Bermuda Race, based on provisional results, Roust, the smallest boat in the fleet, and a boat sailed double-handed as well, has won the top prize. The little Sea Sprite 34, skippered by Ian Gumprect of Oyster Bay NY and co-skippered by Mark Swanson of North Creek NY, won Class C and overall first Place in the Founders Division. ...
America's Cup: Images and video from two AC72 boat racing in San Fran
11:29 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
While the Mediators from the International Jury try and bring some certainty to the Louis Vuitton Cup, two of the teams involved, Emirates Team New Zealand and Luna Rossa put in the time on the water with some more practice racing on San Francisco Bay. ...
Superyacht Cup Palma, day 1 - Great day for a J
By Kate Branagh,
10:33 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The opening day of the Superyacht Cup proved to be a fantastic opportunity to showcase the powerful J’s. Conditions in the bay of Palma were predictably perfect with the early afternoon sea breeze averaging 15-19 knots and wave height of only 1.5m, a contrast to the last battle of the J’s in St Barths. ...
America's Cup: Four teams face-off San Francisco’s AT&T Park + Videos
By America's Cup Media,
10:29 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The first competition for the America’s Cup Summer of Racing was seen by baseball fans today as the four skippers fought good-naturedly over who threw the fastest pitch and who pounded a perfect strike into the mitts of Sergio Romo and Nick Noonan of the San Francisco Giants.
See images and video from Emirates Team NZ and America's Cup TV on the day with the Giants ...
Giraglia Rolex Cup - Images from the start by Carlo Borlenghi
By Carlo Borlenghi images,
10:03 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
Photographer Carlo Borlenghi was out on the water for the Giraglia Rolex Cup to capture this gallery of images. Enjoy! ...
J-Class exhibition race images by Ingrid Abery
By Ingrid Abery images,
9:39 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
Photographer Ingrid Abery was on the water at the J-Class exhibition race in Palma, Mallorca to capture this selection of images. ...
ISAF World Match Race Rankings - Williams and Ulrikkeholm on top
9:02 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The ISAF World Match Race Rankings for 19 June 2013 has now been released. Ian Williams (GBR) holds onto world number one in the Open Match Race Rankings whilst ISAF Women's Match Racing World Championship silver medallist Camilla Ulrikkeholm (DEN) moves to the world number one position on the women's rankings. ...
ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao - Notice of Race now available
By ISAF, ,
8:04 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The 2013-2014 edition of the ISAF Sailing World Cup kicks off in Qingdao, China, from 12-19 October 2013, the first time the series will visit Asia. ...
International Dragon World Championship to take place at WPNSA
By Jessica Francis, ,
7:32 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
This coming week sees the Dragon Fleet descend on the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy for the Dragon South Coast Championship on the 23 and 24 June, immediately followed by the Edinburgh Cup. Many teams will be using these events as a warm up for the highly anticipated Int'l Dragon World Championship in September, where the best of the fleet will be competing. ...
BoatUS Chairman and Founder Richard Schwartz set to pass the torch
By D. Scott Croft, ,
7:19 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) Chairman and Founder Richard Schwartz has announced his retirement from a 47-year run as the leader of the half-million-member boating association, effective July 1, 2013. He passes the torch of the nation's number one boat-owners advocate to BoatUS President Margaret Bonds Podlich and other key leadership staff. ...
Route des Princes - Spindrift and Actual lead across the finish
By Sabina Mollart Rogerson, ,
2:56 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
In the 2013 Route des Princes, out of the warming glow of a luminous Irish sunrise, it was Yann Guichard’s black and white hulled Spindrift which left their rivals fighting shadows as they led the MOD70 fleet across the finish line of Leg 2 early this Wednesday morning. ...
US Sailing and Sail Sheboygan partner for 2013 Rose Cup
By Dave Perry, Southport, CT ,
2:33 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
US Sailing has partnered with Sail Sheboygan to organize the 2013 Rose Cup, a national youth match racing event to be held on June 19-23, at the Sheboygan Yacht Club and U.S. Sailing Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. ...
Bol d’Or Mirabaud - 500+ battle on Lake Geneva
By Jean Philippe Jobé, Geneva ,
2:15 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The 75th anniversary of the legendary Bol d’Or Mirabaud, one if the biggest inland regattas in the world - which takes place every year on Lake Geneva, was a special one. There were some 500 boats from the fast Decision 35 to the weird and not so fast Puissance 4. With more than a 100 boats taking part, it was quite a showing of the most popular boat on the lake, the Archambault Surprise. ...
Queen's Cup - The 'Badger' operational for 2013
By South Shore Yacht Club, ,
12:17 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
This year the 'Badger' will be carrying passengers, cars, trucks and cargo between Manitowoc, WI and Ludington, MI. The ship will complete two round trip passages per day. Queen’s Cup Racers should give her a wide berth as she enters the Ludington Harbor between 5:30-6:00A.M. The Queen’s Cup Finish Line is about a mile away and isn’t in the path of 'Badger'. ...
Gulf of Mexico recovery to receive advice from Woods Researchers
By Rob Jordan, ,
11:36 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
What does the future have in store for the Gulf of Mexico just three years after the largest oil spill in U.S. history? The NAS recently appointed Stanford Woods Institute Senior Fellow Chris Field (Biology) and Woods-affiliated geophysics Professor Mark Zoback to a federal advisory group tasked with designing programs focused on human health, environmental protection and oil system safety. ...
AWT Pistol River Wave Bash - Day One
By American Windsurfing Tour,
9:18 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The town of Gold Beach, Oregon, has been descended on by the competitors for the 2013 AWT Pistol River Wave Bash presented by Starboard. The opening night party and registration was hosted by the Inn of the Beachcomber and everyone had a blast with BBQ, beer and music... always a winning combination. ...
U.S. Sailing Youth Championship - Miami YC Junior Members accepted
By Miami Yacht Club, ,
9:02 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
2013 U.S. Sailing Youth Championship for the Formula 16 is being held from August 13 to 16 in Corpus Christi, TX. Miami Yacht Club Junior Members Katie Flood and David Hein have been accepted to 'Youth Champs.' ...
Events Clothing Company strong contender for Exporter of the Year
By Kate Gordon,
8:00 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
Events Clothing Company, an Auckland-based superyacht, marine and business clothing specialist is a finalist for the 2013 Auckland Export QBE Exporter of the Year (sales under $25 million) Award. The company celebrated many successes since its start in 1991. Events’ first big win was supplying uniforms to Team New Zealand in the 1995 America’s Cup challenge headed by the late Sir Peter Blake. ...
ORMA60 TeamVodafoneSailing takes another course record - Video
By Stu MacKinven,
7:16 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
TeamVodafoneSailing, formerly the ORMA60 named G3 was originally built for the french multihull skipper Michel Desjoyeaux and was launched in 2002 to compete in the ORMA Multihull Championship. ...
Kaenon Polarized: The Road to the Red Bull Youth America's Cup - 1
2:58 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
Kaenon Polarized are backing three sailors involved in three teams in the Red Bull Youth America's Cup, to be sailed in San Francisco in August 2013, as a lead-in event to the 34th America's Cup. Follow Olympic 49er Silver medalist, Peter Burling, top Match racer, Will Tiller, and top Laser sailor, Charlie Buckingham on their respective journeys all headed for the Red Bull Youth America's Cup. ...
The many pathways to Olympic sailing success
By Dana Paxton, ,
9:14 PM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
This summer young sailors will learn first-hand about the multiple pathways to Olympic sailing success as Olympians, medalists, coaches and leaders from the U.S. Olympic Sailing Program—such as JJ Fetter, Josh Adams, Andrew Campbell, Luther Carpenter and Leandro Spina—speak during 'Olympic Sailing Night'. ...
Route des Princes - Foxall’s Oman Air-Musandam still out front
By Sabina Mollart Rogerson, ,
6:58 PM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
For Ireland’s 19th century emigrants who were headed for a new life across the Atlantic in America, the Fastnet Rock became known as Ireland’s Teardrop. But for Ireland’s Damian Foxall this morning, passing the legendary rock was reason for Irish sailing’s most successful export to smile. Gilles Lamiré and his crew of Rennes Métropole - Saint-Malo Agglomération have decided to retire from Leg 2. ...
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