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Southern Ocean Report - Sailing News from the U.S. and Beyond By David Schmidt, US Editor Sail-World.com, Seattle , 4:42 PM Sat 5 Feb 2011
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Pressing the Game - Sailing News from the U.S. and Beyond By David Schmidt, US Editor Sail-World.com, Seattle , 5:41 AM Thu 3 Feb 2011
By now, you’ve likely seen the impressive video footage of the new AC45 class of catamarans. These wingsail-powered thoroughbreds will be used to contest events leading up to the 34th America’s Cup ...[more]


Around They Go - Sailing News from the U.S. and Beyond By David Schmidt, US Editor Sail-World.com, Seattle , 5:58 AM Tue 1 Feb 2011
One of the most interesting pursuits within sailing is a Jules Verne Record attempt. Here, in this no-holds-barred, round-the-world-fastest record, design is open and adventure is high. ...[more]


A Crushing Blow - Sailing news from the U.S. and beyond By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 5:32 AM Sat 29 Jan 2011
For readers who have been tapped into the Barcelona World Race and the amazing duel between Jean-Pierre Dick and Loïck Peyron on Virbac-Paprec 3 and Michel Desjoyeaux and François Gabart on Foncia, this is a tale of sadness. ...[more]


A Homecoming—Sailing News from the U.S. and Beyond By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 2:03 PM Wed 26 Jan 2011
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On The Chase - Sailing News from the U.S. and Beyond By David Schmidt, Seattle , 5:14 AM Tue 25 Jan 2011
One of the coolest sailing stories to emerge from 2010 was Groupama’s Jules Verne record last spring. Not only did this feat win Stan Honey the 2010 US Sailing Rolex US Yachtsman of the Year Award, but it also lowered the around-the-world fully crewed circumnavigation time to a mere 48 days 7 hours and 44 minutes—not much time at all to reel off a whole lot of miles. ...[more]


It Sails!—AC45s, Barcelona World Race, and Key West Race Week By David Schmidt, Seattle , 6:07 AM Sat 22 Jan 2011
One of the coolest developing stories this week has been the successful launch of the first AC45 wingsail-powered catamaran, which was splashed earlier this week in Auckland, New Zealand. ...[more]


How the (Key) West Is Won—Sailing News from the U.S. and Beyond By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 11:21 AM Wed 19 Jan 2011
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Ocean Sprint Two decided By David Schmidt, Seattle , 2:26 PM Mon 17 Jan 2011
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Living Vicariously - Sailing news from the US and way beyond By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 6:23 AM Thu 13 Jan 2011
For plenty of us, these are tough times. It’s rainy, dark and cold here in Seattle, sub-zero in plenty of other parts of the country, so American sailors who aren’t lucky enough to be going to next week’s Key West Race Week (they will pay in their next life) need to live vicariously. Fortunately, there’s plenty on right now to grab your attention. ...[more]


Cold Here, Warm There By David Schmidt, US Editor Sail-World.com, Seattle , 9:43 AM Tue 11 Jan 2011
Here in Seattle, our sailing is a little different—perhaps a bit heartier—than most other sailing areas that I’ve lived in. Our summers, while postcard perfect, often lack the crucial ingredient—wind—needed to race. So, come the sunny months, skippers convert their racer/cruisers to their secondary task and head to myriad lovely anchorages with their friends and family. The racing calendar, obviou ...[more]


Moth Worlds - The hot news on the rigid wind By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 5:11 AM Sat 8 Jan 2011
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And the winner is… + sailing news from the USA and beyond By David Schmidt, Seattle , 3:25 AM Tue 4 Jan 2011
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The Adventure Begins - sailing from the US and beyond By David Schmidt, Seattle , 1:36 PM Fri 31 Dec 2010
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Christmas - New Year summary - from the US sailing scene and beyond By David Schmidt, Seattle , 3:59 PM Thu 30 Dec 2010
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A Newport Homecoming? By David Schmidt, Seattle , 12:51 PM Wed 22 Dec 2010
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East Side AC? By David Schmidt, Seattle , 4:38 PM Mon 20 Dec 2010
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The Plot Thickens By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 6:21 PM Fri 17 Dec 2010
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America's Cup - Has San Francisco lost the Challenge?? Breaking News By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 12:10 PM Mon 13 Dec 2010
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Narrowing The Field By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Seattle , 6:04 AM Sat 11 Dec 2010
Editorial - Narrowing The Field - As each year draws to a close, an important question arises: which two talented sailors will earn the honor and distinction of being named US SAILING’S Rolex Yachtsman and Yachtswoman of the Year? ...[more]


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