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Barge Barge So if we had 'Plumb' not that long ago, then this has to be about the barge bow. So if we had 'Plumb' not that long ago, then this has to be about the barge bow. It’s not the pram, and we will not pause there any longer than to say I have no idea why we put kids out in those in this modern era, other than it has to be political. by John Curnow Posted today at 2:45 am Ayr, Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays to meet Cyclone Debbie Ayr, Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays to meet Cyclone Debbie Having intensified to a Cat4 TC now, Debbie is expected to hit during the course of Monday night and into Tuesday mornin Having intensified to a Cat3 TC now and Cat4 when it will make landfall, Debbie is expected to hit during the course of Monday night and into Tuesday morning (0400hrs). Thus far, there have been police enforced evacuations around Ayr, as it is expected that this will be the biggest event since the all-powerful TC5 Yasi hit back in 2011. There are also reports of residents refusing to leave by John Curnow Posted on 26 Mar Tropical Cyclone Debbie to impact the Queensland Coast on Tuesday Tropical Cyclone Debbie to impact the Queensland Coast on Tuesday Tropical Cyclone Debbie has reached Category 2 strength and is forecast to further intensify to Category 4 strength Tropical Cyclone Debbie has reached Category 2 strength and is forecast to further intensify to Category 4 strength, crossing the Queensland coast on Tuesday between Rollingstone and Proserpine. Queensland Regional Director Bruce Gunn said this cyclone is very dangerous, and of a size not seen in Queensland since Yasi in 2011. by Bureau of Meteorology Posted today at 3:07 am Australian Yachting Championships - Overall report Australian Yachting Championships - Overall report Australian Yachting Championships have wrapped up with Beau Geste Racing and Bushranger taking out coveted IRC titles. The Australian Yachting Championships have wrapped up in Sydney, Australia, with Beau Geste Racing and Bushranger taking out the coveted IRC titles. by Nic Douglass Posted today at 4:37 am New boats and old favourites prepare for BVI Spring Regatta New boats and old favourites prepare for BVI Spring Regatta BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival 2017 is pleased to welcome C&C 30 Sportboat/Gunboat fleets to this year's event Always offering up something new and different, the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival 2017 is pleased to welcome the C&C 30 Sportboat and Gunboat fleets to this year's event which kicks off on Monday with registration at noon and opening party at 6pm. by BVI Spring Regatta Posted today at 3:07 am CYCA Ocean Racer of the Year awards - recipients announced CYCA Ocean Racer of the Year awards - recipients announced Recipients of 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 CYCA Ocean Racer of the Year Awards were announced at an official function at CYCA Recipients of the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 CYCA Ocean Racer of the Year Awards were announced at an official function at the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia on Friday evening. by Di Pearson Posted today at 2:28 am Jack Tar Regatta - Wet and windy makes for champagne sailing on Day 3 Jack Tar Regatta - Wet and windy makes for champagne sailing on Day 3 Centre piece on Day 3 of the Jack Tar Regatta were the Division A TP52’s If you were out on the course for Day 3 of the Jack Tar Regatta, it would have been hard to take your eye off the Division A TP52’s battling out off Browns Island, with the supreme conditions ensuring these guys were sending it up and down the course in spectacular fashion. by Andrew Delves, RNZYS Posted on 26 Mar Australian National Championship – Team Beau Geste comes out on top Australian National Championship – Team Beau Geste comes out on top There was a great crew, including long time friend and teammate at Oracle and Artemis, David Brooke Gavin Brady, who runs the Beau Geste Team, invite me to be the helmsman for two series down here in Oz. Gavin and I sailed together on AmericaOne in the 2000 America’s Cup and again on Money Penny in 2008. by Paul Cayard Posted on 26 Mar Andrea Francolini takes us onto the winner's dais Andrea Francolini takes us onto the winner's dais The 2017AUS Yachting Championship has been completed. This year’s event will consist of four days of racing off Sydney Heads comprising of two days of windward/leeward courses, and two days of passage racing. by John Curnow Posted on 26 Mar Team Beau Geste secure win at Australian Yachting Championship Team Beau Geste secure win at Australian Yachting Championship After four days of racing outside the Sydney Heads, Karl Kwok’s ‘Team Beau Geste’ took the win in Division A IRC Paul Cayard, skipper of Team Beau Geste, joined the team this year and was happy to add this win to his already impressive CV that includes sailing in the 2004 Olympic Games, 2006 Volvo Ocean Race and numerous Americas Cups. by Jane Gordon Posted on 26 Mar St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 - Day 2 St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 - Day 2 Six to eight foot seas off island's east end, gusts blowing to 20 to 25 knots and mix of rain and sun all added to fun. The St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) proved its reputation as the 'Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing' by superbly delivering on its signature mix of round the rocks and round the buoy courses on the event's second day of competition. What's more, six to eight foot seas off the island's east end, gusts blowing to 20 to 25 knots and a mix of rain and sun all added to the fun. by Carol Bareuther Posted on 26 Mar St. Thomas International Regatta - Day 2 action-shots by Dean Barnes St. Thomas International Regatta - Day 2 action-shots by Dean Barnes Dean Barnes was on water at St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. Photographer Dean Barnes was on water at St. Thomas International Regatta 2017 and provided this gallery of images from Day 2 action. by St. Thomas International Regatta Posted on 26 Mar St. Thomas International Regatta – Day 1 – Wind was the word St. Thomas International Regatta – Day 1 – Wind was the word Competitors in the Large Offshore Multihull Class especially reveled in the afternoon breeze. These polar-opposite conditions plus the challenge of round the islands rather than strictly buoy racing proved the talk of why some of the best sailors in the Caribbean, U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand put STIR on their list of must-do’ regattas each year. by Carol Bareuther Posted on 26 Mar Meet Clipper 2017-18 Race skipper Gaëtan Thomas Meet Clipper 2017-18 Race skipper Gaëtan Thomas This summer Gaëtan Thomas will make history as the first Belgian Skipper to lead a team around the world in Clipper Race This summer Gaëtan Thomas will make history as the first Belgian Skipper to lead a team around the world in the Clipper Race. by Clipper Round the World Posted on 26 Mar Lisa Blair marks 10th Anniversary of Earth Hour from Southern Ocean Lisa Blair marks 10th Anniversary of Earth Hour from Southern Ocean 32 year old Lisa Blair marked Earth Hour in the middle of the Southern Ocean whilst on her record attempt 32 year old Lisa Blair marked Earth Hour in the middle of the Southern Ocean whilst on her attempt to be the first woman. and fastest person in history to circumnavigate Antarctica, solo and unassisted. Sailing her 15 metre yacht CLIMATE ACTION NOW, Lisa's Antarctic circumnavigation was inspired when she started sailing in 2005 and noticed the impact that man-made climate change has by Lisa Blair Posted on 26 Mar Andrea Francolini takes us into the clouds Andrea Francolini takes us into the clouds The magnificent Andrea Francolini was out on the water for Day Three of the 2017 Australian Yachting Championship. The magnificent Andrea Francolini was out on the water for Day Three of the 2017 Australian Yachting Championship. The AUS Sailing event is hosted by the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia from Thursday 23 - Sunday 26 March 2017. The IRC fleet will face a mixture of short course and passage races to decide the 2017 National Champions. by John Curnow Posted on 25 Mar World Match Racing Tour - Images from Perth World Match Racing Tour - Images from Perth Image gallery from the first round of the World Match Racing Tour sailed in Perth, Western Australia Image gallery from the first round of the World Match Racing Tour sailed in Perth, Western Australia by Ian Roman/WMRT Posted on 25 Mar World Match Racing Tour - Phil Robertson shows how it is done in Perth World Match Racing Tour - Phil Robertson shows how it is done in Perth Phil Robertson, the reigning world champion, made it look easy as he cruised to a 3–0 victory New Zealand’s Phil Robertson, the reigning world champion, made it look easy as he cruised to a 3–0 victory in the final of the Match Cup Australia, beating local skipper Matt Jerwood. “It was a very, very good day for us,” was Robertson’s description of the final. by World Match Racing Tour Posted on 25 Mar America's Cup - Oracle picks up some bow protection for docking America's Cup - Oracle picks up some bow protection for docking Bangin' the Corner team talk Jimmy and the boys on Oracle Team USA through the process of getting some bow protection The Bangin' the Corner team talk Jimmy and the boys on Oracle Team USA through the process of getting some bow protection for their new AC50, before they dock after a long day on the Great Sound, and don't dock like Ben did. by Bangin' the Corner Posted on 25 Mar Short course races impact leaderboard for Day 3 of AUS Yachting Champs Short course races impact leaderboard for Day 3 of AUS Yachting Champs Conditions lightened off for day three of the 2017 Australian Yachting Championships Conditions lightened off for day three of the 2017 Australian Yachting Championships when the near 200 sailors ventured out of the Heads for the second last day of racing for the regatta. by Jane Gordon Posted on 25 Mar
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