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Pix from Phuket King's Cup By Al Constable, 2:14 PM Sun 10 Dec 2006
Thirteen Divisions at the 20th annual Phuket King's Cup. Here are some pictures from across the fleets. ...[more]


Drumstick wins Phuket King's Cup By Rob Kothe, 11:36 AM Sun 10 Dec 2006
Dramatic finish at the 2006 Phuket King’s Cup yesterday afternoon. The big boats in the Racing 1 division were ‘neck and neck’ battling for the Kings Cup, when the fleet bunched at the second last mark. ...[more]


Raimon Land Phuket King’s Cup sponsorship to 2012 By Event Media, 6:11 AM Sun 10 Dec 2006
At the closing party of the very successful 20th Phuket Kings Cup last night, Raimon Land CEO Mr. Nigel Cornick announced that the company was extending its sponsorship until 2012. ...[more]


Record Media interest in 20th King's Cup Regatta By Event Media - Al Constable, 9:41 PM Sat 9 Dec 2006
Not only has there been a record set at this 20th King’s Cup Regatta for total entries - 101 - this year has also by a wide margin had the largest media turnout in the history of the regatta. ...[more]


Second Phuket Kings Cup for Australian tactician By Sail-World, 8:31 PM Sat 9 Dec 2006
Stephen McConaghy, the Dhevatara Drumstick tactician won the Phuket King's Cup today, as he did a year ago on the same boat. Listen to his report now. ...[more]


Don’t miss the 21st Phuket King’s Cup Regatta By Event Media, 8:01 PM Sat 9 Dec 2006
Regatta President, Santi Kanchanabandhu, former Commodore of the Royal Varuna Yacht Club talks about the 20th Phuket King’s Cup Regatta ...[more]


Phuket booming By Rob Kothe, 6:47 PM Sat 9 Dec 2006
Two years after the Asian Tsunami, Phuket is booming. The 2004 December 26th Asian Tsunami caused significant damage in the region, but the recovery was rapid. ...[more]


Final act rests with the wind... By AsianYachting.com, Phuket , 11:56 AM Sat 9 Dec 2006
Racing got away on the final day in a light North Easterly breeze. The racers with a chance at winning their class were keen to get away and hoped the short trapezoid course for everyone would bring them glory and bragging rights for christmas. ...[more]


International fleet at Phuket King’s Cup 2006 By Al Constable, 9:36 AM Sat 9 Dec 2006
It’s has become one of the most international of all regatta’s sailed around the world, with owners, skippers and crew members coming from many countries including Japan, Australia, Great Britain, USA, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Austria, South Africa, France, Singapore, New Zealand, Norway, Netherlands, Denmark, Spain and the United Arab Emirates and Malaysia. ...[more]


For some it hangs in the balance- Phuket Kings Cup By Al Constable, 6:05 AM Sat 9 Dec 2006
Regattas bring out the competitive nature of most sailors and the Kings Cup, being sailed on the waters of the Andaman Sea off tropical Phuket is no exception. Overall results ‘hang in the balance’ in many divisions, going into today’s final day of racing. ...[more]


Every picture tells a story By Guy Nowell, Phuket, Thailand , 11:33 PM Fri 8 Dec 2006
It couldn't have been better for the photos today at the Phuket King's Cup. Blue sky, clear air, flat water and good breeze are guaranteed to please the chaps with the cameras - especially this one. ...[more]


Champagne sailing for Phuket Kings Cup fleet By Rob Kothe, 10:39 PM Fri 8 Dec 2006
A glorious morning sail for the 20th Phuket Kings Cup fleet, with boats large and small enjoying 13-16 knot breezes and brilliant sunlight. Thirteen fleets across two courses, with the racing classes sailing windward leewards off Kata Beach and the cruising fleets enjoying an island passage race down to Koh Aeo and back. ...[more]


Report from Jamie McPhail at the Phuket King's Cup By Sail-World, Phuket, Thailand , 9:11 PM Fri 8 Dec 2006
Jamie McPhail helmsman on Karakoa, reports from the Phuket King's Cup 2006 at the end of racing day 4 ...[more]


Day 4 action from Phuket Kings Cup By Sail-World.com, 8:44 PM Fri 8 Dec 2006
This morning's breeze signalled the start of another day's racing at the Kings Cup here in beautiful Phuket. Glorious sunshine, blue sky and warm water - perfect! ...[more]


20th King’s Cup Regatta Celebrates His Majesty the King’s 79th Birthday By Event Media, Phuket , 5:09 PM Thu 7 Dec 2006
Royal Thai Navy 1 and crew join a sail past and salute on the second morning of the 2006 King’s Cup Regatta in celebration of His Majesty the King’s 79th Birthday. ...[more]


Want to look at some photos? By AsianYachting.com, Phuket , 12:49 PM Thu 7 Dec 2006
While the International Jury sort through a record number of protests on the lay day a selected group of photos taken by yours truly, during the King's Cup and recent Raja Muda Regatta's have been compiled into a slide show and posted in the AsianYachting Photo Library. ...[more]


Finally there is wind at last... By AsianYachting.com, Phuket , 11:52 AM Thu 7 Dec 2006
The big news of the day is that the North East tradewind has made an appearance. Twelve to fifteen knots greeted the racers as they made their way out to the start line. After three days of racing in less than five knots of breeze and up to two knots of unfavourable current, it was a great sigh of relief to see the conditions had returned to normal or what the local sailors call champagne sailing conditions. ...[more]


Phuket King’s Cup Race Week Day 3 report By Rob Kothe, 11:55 PM Wed 6 Dec 2006
Today’s Kata Group Andaman Sea race was scheduled to be the longest passage race of this week’s regatta, from the start line off Kata Beach, through the Koh Kaeo Noi gate, marked by the Royal Thai Navy patrol boat, onto Koh Racha Yai, (Big Racha Island, a beautiful diving location with wonderful coral reefs, to the south of Phuket) and back again, a distance of almost 40 miles. ...[more]


Defending Champion reports from Phuket King's Cup By Sail-World.com, 9:01 PM Wed 6 Dec 2006
Tactician Stephen McConaghy, won the Phuket King's Cup aboard Ray Robert's Drumstick in 2005. This year the same DK-46, skippered by Dubai Offshore Sailing Club's Toby McConnell is sailing as Dhevatara Drumstick. Here is McConaghy's audio report from today. ...[more]


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