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Neil Pryde wins Asian Yachting Grand Prix Title By Asian Yachting, 3:12 PM Thu 26 Feb 2009
By winning the President's Cup and scoring podium places at all major regattas included in the AYGP Championship this season Neil Pryde and his Welbourne 52 Hi Fi have rapped up the 2008-09 Skipper and Yacht of the Year award with two regattas left to run. ...[more]

Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2008 survey By Event Media, 9:52 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
If you were at Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2008, as skipper, owner, crew or onshore supporters, event organisers are looking for your feed-back which will help Race Week organisers 'fine tune' the 2009 event. ...[more]

Phuket King's Cup - all good things come to an end By Guy Nowell, Phuket, Thailand , 8:24 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
Four days of champagne sailing – with scenery and breeze to match – today wound down with one last race under thundery grey skies and 5 to 8 knots of shifty stuff from the northeast. Last evening a request from the Racing class resulted in the customary trapezoid course at the end of the programme being replaced with a windward-leeward race. ...[more]

The Buoy, the Knot and the Mark By Guy Nowell, Phuket, Thailand , 7:33 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
Please meet some of the crew at the Phuket King's Cup. Mark Pryke IJ will be well-known to many readers, but here also are Khun Bouy, Race Management Assistant, and Knot Knot Satitkasem, Media Assistant. After five days of helping get results on line Knot was so up-to-speed that he is now known as Ten Knots. Thank you all for your participation in and assistance with one of the most enjoyable an ...[more]

Foredeckie's lament: 'YOU WANT WHAT...?' By Guy Nowell, Phuket, Thailand , 7:22 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
Anyone poor soul who has done duty on the foredeck knows exactly what is going on here. They’ve arrived at the windward mark, and the last run in on starboard has been fully occupied by a lively discussion about what is needed next – a bear away or a gybe set. ...[more]

2008 Phuket King’s Cup - Results and more By Rob Kothe and Jaroonroj 'Knot' Satitkasem, 10:07 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
It was a dramatic final race at the 22nd Phuket King’s Cup, when Australian Ray Robert’s DK46 Quantum Racing out sailed two Hong Kong Grand Prix racers, Paul Winkelmann’s TP52 Island Fling and Neil Pryde’s Hi Fi, to snatch a narrow victory on count back. ...[more]

King’s Cup Regatta finishes with wind in its sails By Joseph Henry, 9:19 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
The 2008 Phuket King’s Cup Regatta today wrapped up what was described as an incredible week of competitive sailing, adventure and high drama both on and off the Andaman Sea. All week strong 10 – 20 plus knot winds and intense competition kept all eyes on the competition while further establishing the King’s Cup as Asia’s most popular sailing event. ...[more]

Day Five Race Report (06/12/08) By Asian Yachting, Phuket , 8:03 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
An overcast morning with little breeze caused the race committee to abandon plans of running a combined trapezoid course in favour of dividing the fleet in two and using windward/leeward courses instead. ...[more]

Sailing events are valuable source of income for Thailand’s tourism industry By Duncan Worthington, Phuket , 1:53 PM Sat 6 Dec 2008
Thailand continues to attract sailors each year to its shores with over 50% of Phuket King’s Cup Regatta participants returning to sail in Thailand multiple times and for over more than five years. ...[more]

PKC 08: Strewth! another cracking day on the water By Guy Nowell, Phuket, Thailand , 11:04 AM Sat 6 Dec 2008
Strewth, yet another cracking day on the water at the Phuket King’s Cup! If the breeze carries through Saturday this event is going to start to get a reputation! ...[more]

Right was Wrong at the Phuket Kings Cup regatta By Rob Kothe and Jaroonroj 'Knot' Satitkasem, 11:01 PM Fri 5 Dec 2008
A tricky day on the water for the 93 boat Phuket King’s Cup fleet today. In the Grand Prix fleet it has been rooster to feather duster and back again. Anyone of four boats could still win the series. ...[more]

Postcards from Phuket By Rob Kothe, 8:53 PM Fri 5 Dec 2008
Another postcard day on the Andaman Sea, as the fleet at 22nd annual Phuket King’s Cup sailed on their second last day. Classic 8-12 knot breezes and bright sun, a perfect back drop for the wars on the water. ...[more]

Day Four Race Report (05/12/08) By Asia Yachting, Phuket , 7:27 PM Fri 5 Dec 2008
A parade of sail is an appropriate way for International sailors to pay homage to Thailand's sailing royal family that have supported yachting events all these years. After the sail past the boats continued on out to sea to compete on the penultimate day of racing before the regatta concludes on Saturday. ...[more]

The King's Birthday in Thailand By Peter Cummins, Phuket, Thailand , 11:28 AM Fri 5 Dec 2008
Later in the day, at sunset, at Kata Beach, in front of regatta co-sponsor Mom Tri’s Boathouse, a huge crowd of sailors, event managers and supporters gather in a candle-lit ceremony, co-ordinated with thousands of such tributes Kingdom-wide in honour of the King. ...[more]

Ichi Ban – the Southern Ocean or the Andaman Sea By Rob Kothe and Jaroonroj 'Knot' Satitkasem, 11:36 PM Thu 4 Dec 2008
On the first day of racing at the 22nd annual Phuket Kings Cup, prominent Australian sailors said it was like sailing in Hawaii. Three days later Allen, the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Commodore, was still smiling as he climbed out of a RIB on Kata Beach after racing today in 10-15 knot winds, sunshine and flat seas. ...[more]

Ferrari's on the water at Phuket King's Cup By Rob Kothe, 10:36 PM Thu 4 Dec 2008
Today, the Phuket built 28 foot Firefly 850 (8.5 metres) Sports catamarans blasted past the Grand Prix fleet of 50 to 75 foot monohulls like they were standing still on the long reach down to Ko Kaeo Noi. ...[more]

Phuket King's Cup 2008 - more boats, more fun By Guy Nowell, Phuket, Thailand , 9:38 PM Thu 4 Dec 2008
Just in case it is starting to look as if the only boats in the regatta are Firefly 850s, here as an antidote are some of the other boats racing. Today was another blue bright and breezy affair, with all classes sent away on a trip around the islands. ...[more]

Day Three Race Report (04/12/08) By Asian Yachting, Phuket , 6:41 PM Thu 4 Dec 2008
Most boat crews start the regatta with high expectations and depending on how the early races unfold, one can begin to see a picture of what the likely end result may look like. ...[more]

Phuket Kings Cup - Better than the Brochure By Rob Kothe and Jaroonroj 'Knot' Satitkasem, 12:46 AM Thu 4 Dec 2008
The reason that racing starts so early each morning is because around noon the breeze often eases away. But not so far at the 22nd annual Phuket Kings Cup. ...[more]

Day Two Race Report (03/12/08) By Asian Yachting, Phuket , 1:02 PM Thu 4 Dec 2008
Although the breeze moderated overnight, everyone welcomed the change after yesterdays hard and fast sailing plus it's effect on the boats performance and ultimately the results. Still 15 to 18 knots of wind is a good sailing day anywhere in the world and allowed the Race Committee's to complete three windward / leeward's for the racing class, two W/L for the IRC Classes and Premier Cruisers plus one coastal race for the rest of the cruising classes. ...[more]

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