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Skysol Frame Large: A new shading solution for sunroofs By Marina Arnold, , 10:06 PM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Oceanair is proud to introduce the SKYSOL Frame Large, an elegant custom-built blind that solves the challenges of providing essential overhead shading, UV protection and natural temperature regulation. Designed to shade the largest of custom sized sunroofs, SKYSOL Frame Large features a unique track system that enables it to be curved, following the contours of any yacht. ... [more]

Mediterranean Grand Prix 2014 - Wins for Victory and Chaudron By Class 1 Press Office, , 8:21 PM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Powerboat-World GMT
It was a bitter blow for Al Mansoori and Al Tayer on their debut Grand Prix outing in their new boat, and after going second quickest in qualifying earlier in the day were running in second spot behind Victory at the first turn when they hooked and went over. ... [more]

Governor’s Cup Yacht race - Great for cruisers and racers alike By Governor’s Cup Yacht Race, , 5:36 PM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World Cruising Int GMT
Entries are now open for the truly unique Governor’s Cup Yacht Race from False Bay Yacht Club near the historic Simon’s Town, South Africa to Jamestown, St Helena Island – one of the world’s best kept secrets. ... [more]

Ronstan Bridge to Bridge Race 2014 – Video highlights By Erik Simonson, , 3:57 PM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
Highlights of the 2014 Ronstan Bridge to Bridge race from the Golden Gate Bridge to the SF-Oakland Bay Bridge. With insights on the 18's participation by Copper Dressler. This year’s winner Johnny Heineken sailing once again on his Foil Kite Board through the massive ebb chop. ... [more]

Santander Worlds 2014 - With 14 World titles Bundy aims for one more By Rob Kothe and Jedda Murphy Sail-World, , 2:14 PM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - GMT
ISAF World Championships, in the Nacra 17 class is veteran skipper Darren Bundock who won silver for Australia in the Tornado class in 2000 in Sydney and 2008 in Qingdao with crew Glenn Ashby. With the multihull class out of 2012 Olympics. Bundock sat out that event and it was widely believed he would not return to Olympic sailing. ... [more]

Santander Worlds 2014 Laser Mens - Can Burton keep his streak going? By Rob Kothe and Jedda Murphy Sail-World, , 1:59 PM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - GMT
At the ISAF World Championship 150 sailors will be competing in the Laser class starting this Friday in Santander. Whilst Brazil`s Robert Scheidt is the defending champion, the current form guide would indicate that Australia’s Tom Burton, who has spent much of the last two years as world number one on the ISAF World Ranking is the man to beat. ... [more]

Derwent Sailing Squadron - War Games wins battle for Winter Series By Peter Campbell, , 9:34 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
The DSS along with the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania and the Bellerive Yacht Club have taken turns in running Sunday morning races throughout Hobart’s winter race, with fleets of more than 35 yachts out on the river – sometimes after chipping ice off the rigging. Today, however, was clearly a spring day, crews enjoying perfect sailing conditions. ... [more]

SB20 final Winter Series - Stand-in helmsmen winners By Peter Campbell, , 8:57 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Colin Dabner took over for absent skipper Nick Rogers to score two close one-design wins with Karabos. Dabner is Roger’s regular mainsheet hand with Paul Burnell stepping into that role for today’s two windward-leeward races. ... [more]

2014 Oakcliff International - High stakes, high hopes By Samantha Pilz, Oyster Bay, NY , 8:47 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
2014 Oakcliff International - Aggressive boat handling and high stakes sailing put pressure on the umpire team today as they were pressed to make the correct calls. ... [more]

Cowes Breakwater causes new tidal flow By RYA, , 8:37 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World Cruising Int GMT
Its not an uncommon experience around the world that new breakwaters can have a significant impact on tidal flows. Here is an example. Since the start of the construction of Cowes Breakwater some of the tidal flows have changed. The Local Notice to Mariners contains useful information. ... [more]

2014 Viper 640 North American Championship – No pain, no gain on day 3 By Buttons Padin, , 4:35 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
A solid sea breeze and short chop made the third day of the 2014 Viper North Americans one for the record books. Epic conditions prevailed for the third day in a row, with a bit more breeze added for extra measure. With three straight days of planning conditions, Viper sailors will remember this regatta for a while. ... [more]

152nd RSYS Sailing Season - North Star shines on opening race day By Peter Campbell, , 3:42 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Veteran International Etchells helmsman Michael Coxon in North Star on Saturday won the opening race of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron’s 152nd summer sailing season Sydney Harbour. ... [more]

U.S. Qualifying Series - Newport, Eastern and Seattle Club own podium By Stuart Streuli, , 2:16 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
2014 US Qualifying Series - The three yacht clubs that finished on the podium at the 2014 U.S. Qualifying Series for the New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup have at least two things in common. First, each has previously earned a berth in the Invitational Cup. Second, each club was less than satisfied with their previous showing at that event. ... [more]

Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup - Intense day of furious racing By Chris Yates, , 1:41 AM Sunday 07 Sep 2014 - GMT
After a full morning and afternoon of competition at the Warsaw Indoor PWA World Cup, to decide which trialists would proceed in the main draw, the main event kicked off at 8pm in front of thousands of fans in Poland’s National Stadium, as indoor windsurfing returned with an emphatic bang. ... [more]

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup - Final verdicts delivered in Porto Cervo + Video By KPMS, , 9:19 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - GMT
New class champions have been crowned across the board at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The final verdicts on the water were delivered during today’s pulsating and decisive racing, marking the conclusion of the 25th edition of the sailing spectacular organized by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) and the International Maxi Association (IMA) and sponsored by Rolex since 1985 ... [more]

J/70 World Championship - Elite competitors head to Newport’s waters By Jan Harley, , 9:09 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
In the two and a half years since being introduced, the J/70 has not only become one of the most popular and competitive classes in the world – with 600+ boats sailing in 20+ countries – it has been chosen Sailing World’s 2014 Boat of the Year and also been designated an International Class by ISAF (International Sailing Federation). ... [more]

Mediterranean Grand Prix, UIM-ABP Tour: Pons claims Runabout GP1 win By, , 8:43 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - Powerboat-World GMT
Teddy Pons produced a brilliant performance to take his first win in Runabout GP1 on the UIM-ABP tour in race 1 of the Mediterranean Grand Prix and move into first place in the title race. ... [more]

Mediterranean Grand Prix - Al Zaffain and Bin Hendi win race 1 By Class 1, Ibiza, Spain , 8:23 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - Powerboat-World GMT
A fleet of 13 boats lined up for the first race in over two decades with Class 1 catamarans and V1 monohulls running side-by-side, with Arif Al Zaffain and Nadir Bin Hendi carrying on from where they left off and last raced together in 2011, cruising to an easy victory in race 1 of the Mediterranean Grand Prix to win by a massive 49 second margin. ... [more]

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup - Day 5 images by Carlo Borlenghi By Carlo Borlenghi Images, , 7:45 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - GMT
Photographer Carlo Borlenghi was on the water for day five of the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup to capture these images. ... [more]

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup - Curtain closes on a superlative 25th edition By YCCS, , 6:59 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - GMT
The curtain closes on a superlative 25th edition of the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup and Mini Maxi Rolex World Championship with the victory of Magic Carpet 3 (Wally), Firefly (Supermaxi), Highland Fling (Maxi), Lupa of London (Mini Maxi Racing Cruising) and Lionheart (J-Class) in their respective divisions. ... [more]

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup and Mini Maxi Rolex Worlds: Spectacular final day By International Maxi Association, , 6:39 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - GMT
Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup and Mini Maxi Rolex World Championship - With the wind speed peaking at over 20 knots, the deep blue Costa Smeralda was festooned with white foaming crests, framed by the rugged backdrop of the Sardinian coast, the conditions for the last day of the regatta were nothing short of spectacular. ... [more]

Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup - Action shots by Ingrid Abery By, , 6:18 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - GMT
Photographer Ingrid Abery was on deck to capture these images at the Maxt Yacht Rolex Cup in Porto Cervo. ... [more]

Lorient Horta Solo: Gahinet onboard Safran-Guy Cotten, Azores bound By Safran Sailing Team, , 4:34 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - GMT
The 20 sailors competing in the Solo offshore race Lorient Horta, the last event that counts towards the French Offshore Elite Championship, crossed the start line at 17:15 French time this Saturday. The young Figaro sailor is keen on the new format of the event - a solo return race between Lorient and the Azores - a 2260-mile racecourse with a 5-day stopover on the Island of Horta. ... [more]

ISAF Worlds Santander – Finn favourite determined to nail selection By Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team, , 2:52 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - GMT
The 2011 Finn World Champion Giles Scott famously missed out on selection for the British Sailing Team and Ben Ainslie went on to write history with his fourth gold medal. For this quadrennium Giles Scott is determined not to lose Olympic selection and he is currently on a hot streak having won the last six events, all the events he has sailed in this year, and many of them quite easily. ... [more]

Red Bull 49erFX: Olympic Qualification coming up in Santander By Molly Meech and Alex Maloney, , 2:08 PM Saturday 06 Sep 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Red Bull 49erFX team of Molly Meech and Alex Maloney report from Santander: We are back for another round in Europe. This time we are based in Santander, Spain for the 2014 ISAF Worlds. Two years out from the games, all the Olympic sailing classes have their Worlds in the same venue. This is our peak event for the year, and an exciting one to participate in ... [more]

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