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NSW Etchells: Fill the Goblet because you can’t sink the Cup…
By John Curnow, ,
10:48 PM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
Now it would have been easy to fill a goblet on Tuesday with the rain that was blanketing Sydney Harbour. However, our reference is to the Milson Goblets being run each night this week and then concluding on Saturday with three more races. The Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron in Kirribilli is hosting both the Milson Goblets, and then next week the Etchells NSW State Championship, too.
ISAF World Sailing Cup, Miami: Day 4 - Cuba welcomed to the Circuit
By ISAF, ,
1:56 AM Fri 30 Jan 2015 GMT
The expansion of sailing into so-called developing countries, continues at the ISAF Sailing World Cup, Miami, with Cuba joining the 64 nation line-up encompassing 600 boats.
The 2015 fleet on Biscayne Bay is a record turnout, for this second event on the Sailing World Cup Circuit
Warren Jones Regatta: Three crews share lead at end of Round Robins
By Sail-World.com NZL, ,
2:31 AM Fri 30 Jan 2015 GMT
Sailing on the Swan River, in the tightest event in the history of the Warren Jones Youth Regatta, three skippers from three nations share the top spot on the leader board at the end of the double round robin. Australia’s Matt Jerwood, Dane Joachim Aschenbrenner and Chris Steele from New Zealand are level with 18 wins each.
Volvo Ocean Race: Team Vestas Wind arrives in Bergamo
By Brian Carlin, Team Vestas Wind, ,
7:02 PM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
At exactly 00:01 on the 29th January 2015, TeamVestas' VO65 left VTE - Voltri Terminal Europa en route to Persico Marine in the foothills of the Italian Alps.
The boat is now safely secured in a purpose-built facility near Bergamo, awaiting full assessment and the beginning of the repair process.
ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami Day 3 - Ioannis Mitakis rules the roost
By Robert Deaves, ,
4:26 PM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
Ioannis Mitakis (GRE), the 2012 Finn European Champion, ruled the roost in Miami today with two emphatic race wins and moves up to third overall. Giles Scott (GBR) sailed his worst day so far, but still leads with a five point gap on Jake Lilley, and 12 points over Mitakis as the event reaches its half way stage.
Doyle Sails One Design have more Optimist success with Cross Cut
By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com NZL, ,
9:18 AM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
Doyle Sails had more success last weekend in the Auckland Optimist Championships, taking first and second overall in the 110 strong Open fleet. Six countries were represented in the event, and young sailors came the length of New Zealand to compete in the regatta that is a ranking event for World and International team selection.
New sponsors and major prizes for 2015 Sydney Harbour Regatta
By Di Pearson, Middle Harbour Yacht Club, Mosman ,
8:27 AM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
Middle Harbour Yacht Club has confirmed a new major sponsor for the Sydney Harbour Regatta to coincide with the 10th anniversary of NSW’s largest sailing event, to be held on the weekend of 7-8 March
ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami: Young Australians make waves on Day 3
By Cora Zillich, ,
3:18 AM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami - Australian Sailing’s youngsters are making waves at the first international regatta of 2015. 19-year old Matt Wearn (WA) has taken the lead in the Laser class on Day 3 of the ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami. Olympian Iain Jensen (NSW) sailing with up and coming skipper Joel Turner (QLD) moving into second, tied on points with first, in the 49er skiff.
ISAF World Sailing Cup Miami: Day 3 - Three back to back winners
By ISAF, ,
3:01 AM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
It was windshift upon windshift upon shift upon windshift on Day 3 of the ISAF World Sailing Cup Miami sailed on Biscayne Bay
Presented by Sunbrella, the premier regatta has attracted 599 boats and 768 sailors who were adjusting all day to one thing or another. If it wasn't the wind direction that was changing, it was the wind speed.
Double Black’s class debut at Farr 40 Victorian state title
By Lisa Ratcliff, ,
2:14 AM Thu 29 Jan 2015 GMT
The first points earner for the Australian Farr 40 2014-15 season starts tomorrow, Friday 30 January, 2015 from Sandringham Yacht Club on Melbourne’s Port Phillip. The three-day Aberdeen Asset Management Farr 40 Victorian State Title is the class’ debut outing from SYC and the first one design match-up for Melbourne owner of Double Black, Rob Pitts.
America's Cup: Ben Ainslie Racing is first to Team to fly in Bermuda
By ., ,
10:40 PM Wed 28 Jan 2015 GMT
Ben Ainslie Racing, the British Challenger for the 35th America's Cup, have shipped two foiling Nacra 20 catamarans to Bermuda and have become the first team to commence sailing operations at the Venue for the next Cup.
The team conducted an initial training camp in Bermuda, last week.