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NORs: Subic-Boracay and Boracay Cup By SAGS/Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia, , 10:38 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
The Subic-Boracay Race is a 200nm overnighter from Subic Bay to (surprise!) Boracay Island just north of Panay, pretty much slap-dab in the middle of the Philippines. Sail out of Subic Bay, turn south towards Mindoro, west through the cautiously respected Verde Passage, and then south again down the Tablas Strait to Boracay. (Sorry, no refreshment stop at the Puerto Galera Yacht Club) ...
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Extreme Sailing Series: View the final day of Act 4 here - Video By Sail-World, , 9:45 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
Full video coverage of the final day of Act 4 of the Extreme Sailing Series, St Petersburg. A massive 10 races were sailed on the penultimate day of Act 4 of the Extreme Sailing Series in Saint Petersburg presented by Land Rover, with superb sailing conditions that saw six different race winners result in a shake-up on the Act leaderboard. ...
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Whale research - new techniques expand for non-lethal methods By FishingBoating-World, , 8:45 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
We all love to see a whale off the bow, but the the Japanese Government maintains that you have to kill a whale to do scientific research. Scientific institutions world wide disagree. Non-lethal research tools continue to expand with scientists from Stanford's Center for Ocean Solutions proposing a new technique. ...
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Weta to be part of the World Masters Games By Sail-World, Auckland , 8:32 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
Yachting New Zealand has announced that the Weta has been chosen as one of the classes for the World Masters Games, to be held in New Zealand in 2017. With more athletes than the Olympics, the World Masters Games is the single biggest multisport event on earth. Now in 2017, the event will come to Auckland New Zealand. ...
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Jessica Watson, solo sailing star, four years on... By Nancy Knudsen, , 8:07 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
What does a person do next when you have broken a world sailing record before you're old enough to drive a car? Jessica Watson became a household name for a while when she sailed around the world solo and non-stop before her 17th Birthday. Now, just over four years later, it's a very different story. ...
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Jessica Watson, solo sailing star, four years on... By Nancy Knudsen, , 7:02 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
What does a person do next when you have broken a world sailing record before you're old enough to drive a car? Jessica Watson became a household name for a while when she sailed around the world solo and non-stop before her 17th Birthday. Now, just over four years later, it's a very different story. ...
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Land Rover Winter Series - Race Nine blown away By Jennifer Crooks, , 5:47 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
Racing in the Land Rover Winter Series has been abandoned today due to winds consistently over 30 knots with gusts of 35 knots plus recorded. At 1138hrs the Race Committee raised the N over A flag signalling that no racing would be conducted today. ...
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Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week - Day 2 By Rick Roberts, , 4:07 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
Check the daily Catalina 37 results in Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week and you may notice a team's home club listing as 'CYCT.' ...
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Etchells World Championship 2014 - Hardesty takes third title By New York Yacht Club, , 3:36 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
2014 Etchells World Championship - Consistency is king and Bill Hardesty and crew of Stephanie Roble, Taylor Canfield and Marcus Eagan have earned the 2014 Etchells World Championship by sticking to a steady plan for success. ...
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African Kite Racing Championship - Day 5 By Icarus Sailing, , 3:13 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
The African Kite Race Championship 2014 began its fifth and final day with one last twist: with a significant drop in wind, the kiters seized their last opportunity to defeat their top rivals with a new challenge. ...
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Queensland IRC Championship 2014 - Lambourdini takes handicap honours By Tracey Johnstone, Mooloolaba , 2:42 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
After a really tough day yesterday of huge pressure changes and wind shifts, today’s stunning sunshine and 10 to 15 knots, with the occasional gust to 20, was a welcome reprieve. The west-south-west flattened out the bay off Mooloolaba which suited the 13-boat fleet which ranged in size from the little 32-foot Perception through to the big Ker 50 Kerumba. ...
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Americas solo non-stop circumnavigator crosses Pacific for research By Nancy Knudsen, , 12:01 AM Sun 29 Jun 2014 GMT
Spending 309 non-stop days at sea is bound to change you, and Matt Rutherford, first sailor to complete a non-stop, single-handed voyage around North and South America, returned to the land determined to do something about the terrible pollution in our oceans. So he's just crossed the Pacific again for this new quest. ...
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A-Cat Europeans: Ashby takes title as Australia clean-sweeps medals By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, , 11:15 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
Emirates Team NZ's Glenn Ashby (AUS) has won the Open European Championship for the Int A-class catamarans sailed at Cercle Voile Bordeaux, France. Australian sailors Jason Waterhouse and Steve Brewin placed second and third overall respectively. ...
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Extreme Sailing Series: Emirates Team NZ hold a clear third overall By ETNZblog.com, , 10:43 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
Emirates Team NZ, helmed by Peter Burling, have moved into being a clear third on the leaderboard after three days of racing in the Extreme Sailing Series being sailed in the River Neve in Russia. Conditions on the third day at St Petersburg were a complete turn around from the previous light-air days. ...
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470 Junior World Championships - High intensity racing in Cervia By 470 International Association Class, , 9:34 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
Racing at the 2014 470 Junior World Championships kicked off today with a real test of light wind skill and high intensity racing. A skittish breeze played across the race track and a significant 30 degree change of direction between races 1 and 2, saw some teams falter and others take the advantage as they read the breeze better and squeezed every bit of speed out of their boats. ...
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RC44 Puerto Sotogrande Cup - Kinky and quite difficult conditions By Jessica Gray, , 8:29 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
At the RC44 Puerto Sotogrande Cup, Principal Race Officer Peter Reggio and his race management team made up for yesterday’s single race by successfully holding four on the penultimate day. Racing was held in conditions which Nico Poons, skipper of Charisma, described as: 'Quite kinky! Quite difficult with the shifts.' ...
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Round Texel - Windsurf win for Dennis Littel By Simon Keijzer, , 8:02 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
Round Texel 2014 - Dennis Littel was the first windsurfer to come running up the beach to 'tap-in’ at Paal 17, Texel. After several previous attempts, Littel finally managed to be the first to make it around. In doing so, Littel wins the Dutch Championship Marathon Surfing. The participants and the organization were treated to plenty of sun and a south-westerly wind decreasing from 12-8 knots. ...
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Round Texel Race - Peter Vink and Mischa de Munck finish first By Simon Keijzer, , 7:50 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
The first finisher of the 37th edition of Round Texel was the team of Peter Vink and Mischa de Munck in a Nacra 20 catamaran with custom daggers and rudders, which makes the boat 'fly'. The participants and the organization were treated to plenty of sun and a south-westerly wind decreasing from 12-8 knots. Nearly 300 boats took part with around 600 sailors and 18,000 spectators around the course. ...
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Extreme Sailing Series - Tables turn on Saint Petersburg leaderboard By Extreme Sailing Series, , 6:57 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
At Act 4 of the Extreme Sailing Series, a massive 10 races were sailed on the penultimate day in Saint Petersburg, with superb sailing conditions that saw six different race winners result in a shake-up on the Act leaderboard. ...
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Newport Bermuda Race - 635-mile race concludes By John Rousmaniere, , 6:49 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
Actaea, skippered by Michael and Connie Cone from Philadelphia, PA and Shockwave, a 72-foot Mini-Maxi sloop owned by George Sakellaris from Framingham, MA, are the big winners in 2014’s 49th Newport Bermuda Race. The 635-mile race across the Gulf Stream had 164 starters on June 20 at Newport, RI, in five divisions, each for a type of boat. ...
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Extreme Sailing Series, Act 4 - Good speed for J.P. Morgan BAR By Sarah Alexander, , 6:38 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
The penultimate day of the Extreme Sailing Series, Act 4, delivered strong and stable, racing conditions and a day of exciting, engaging stadium racing in Russia’s sailing capital. Ten races were completed, each one a highly competitive battle throughout. ...
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Kieler Woche - Exciting final day for 29er Europeans By Herman Hell, , 5:59 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
This year’s Kieler Woche has already seen race cancellations due to strong or light winds, but no cancellation due to a thunderstorm. This was the case on Saturday. Most of the classes had finished one race, when the black clouds were moving in above Schilksee. ...
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49er and 49erFX Junior World Championship - Kiwis out front + Video By Ben Remocker, , 5:31 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
On day one of the 2014 Seiko 49er and 49erFX Junior World Championship, a rainy calm greeted the sailors this morning as they arrived. Coaches and Race Officers were apprehensive as to whether there would be racing, but Denmark delivered and a full complement was races was held on schedule. ...
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Extreme Sailing Series Act 4: Oman Sail teams poised for strong finish By Oman Sail, , 5:11 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
At Act 4 of the Extreme Sailing Series in St Petersburg, a perfect show was laid on with bright sunshine, excited crowds and a lively breeze which propelled Oman Air up the leaderboard and The Wave, Muscat into a position of strength to make a bid for the first ever Russian title in the 2014 Extreme Sailing Series. ...
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Queensland IRC Championship: Gusty and wet day 1 as Lambourdini leads By Tracey Johnstone, Mooloolaba , 4:50 PM Sat 28 Jun 2014 GMT
Racing in today’s Queensland IRC Championship was all about being able to change gears as the breeze built and faded, gusted and flattened out as the rain squalls kept visibility down. ...
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