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Research shows marinas tops for economic, social benefit
Independent research carried out for the Marina Industry Association (MIA) has highlighted a wide range of benefits.
Taiwan's first marina a Superior effort
The first modern marine in Kaohsiung, Taiwan was a joint project between Superior Australia and the Horizon Group.
Wet and windy for Flying Dutchmen Worlds
Southerly winds 22 knots in gusts and heavy rain gave a stirring start, with many boats capsizing.
New York Yacht Club Race Week - Images by Daniel Forster
Photographer Daniel Forster was on site at the New York Yacht Club Race Week to capture these images.
ISAF Youth Worlds: Great racing on Day 1 in Tavira + Video
ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship got underway in sunshine, steady breeze in Tavira, Portugal.
LYRA Regatta to begin July 26th
The annual LYRA Regatta, which will include the IRC North American Championships, will begin Saturday, July 26.
PWA Pozo World Cup - Next generation takes centre stage on day 1
Day one of the 2014 PWA Gran Canaria Wind and Waves Festival saw the next generation of windsurfers take centre stage.
Smallest boat wins multiple honours in Route Halifax Saint-Pierre race
The results are in from Route Halifax Saint-Pierre, a 353 nm race between Halifax and the French Island of Saint-Pierre.
Clipper Round the World Race - Race Director reflects on final stages
It was an amazing finish to the 2013-14 edition of the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race.
Volvo Ocean Race - Team Alvimedica running hot and cold
The Volvo Ocean Race crew onboard Team Alvimedica update us on their trials and tribulations at sea.
ABYC Fourth of July Regatta - Little boats aren't just for kids
The message sent by Alamitos Bay Yacht Club's Fourth of July Regatta was that little boats are not just for kids.
ISAF Youth Sailing Worlds - Sailors rigged and ready to race + Video
The 367 sailors from 67 nations at the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship are rigged and ready to race.
Research highlights marinas economic, social and environmental benefit
Independent research carried out for the Marina Industry Association (MIA) has highlighted a wide range of benefits.
Farr 40 Circuit moves to Santa Barbara for West Coast Championship
John Demourkas has raced his Farr 40 all over the United States - from Newport to Key West on the East Coast.
U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship - Oakcliff raises competition
Oakcliff’s intensive training program provided a high level of competition at the U.S. Women’s Match Racing Championship

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