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If my desk had throttles - they'd be wide open this week By Bob Wonders, Gold Coast , 9:34 PM Thu 17 Jun 2010
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Newport to Bermuda - Homesick Blues By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, , 5:11 PM Wed 16 Jun 2010
As a native New Englander now living in Seattle, there’s always been something special for me about the biannual Newport-Bermuda Race. This iconic, 635-mile event has been described as everything from a full-on distance race to a sprint (that description is courtesy of Ken Read, skipper of the Volvo Open 70 I>il mostro /I>, so take it with a large grain of sea salt), boat size and speed depending ...[more]

A huge week of sailing all over Europe and internationally By Sail-World.com, 4:33 PM Tue 15 Jun 2010
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Phew ... What a great weekend of sailing By Sail-World.com, 3:50 PM Tue 15 Jun 2010
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Abby Sunderland and something bigger than Sailing By David Schmidt Sail-World USA Editor, 5:13 PM Mon 14 Jun 2010
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Editorial, June 11, 2010 By Bob Wonders, Gold Coast , 9:05 PM Fri 11 Jun 2010
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Teenagers around the World - Dangerous Pursuits By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, 7:52 PM Fri 11 Jun 2010
For the past several years, the sailing world watched junior sailors vying for the accolade of being the youngest to solo circumnavigate. First, it was Zac Sunderland, the soft-spoken, all-American kid from Marina del Rey, California, who became the youngest person to solo circumnavigate on July 16, 2009, at the age of 17. ...[more]

Where are they? By David Schmidt, Editor, , 4:39 AM Thu 10 Jun 2010
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Doing it tough in Mooloolaba By Rob Kothe & the Sail-World Team, 12:10 PM Wed 9 Jun 2010
As southerner sailors shiver – spare a thought for the 50+ Etchells crews who will face the starter on Friday for the Musto Australasian Winter Etchells title in Mooloolaba. It’s hot here. One of the biggest problems they could face for practice racing this afternoon and tomorrow will be whether to wear 15+ or 30+ sunscreen. ...[more]

With Memorial Day freshly astern, sailing is finally in full swing By David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, 12:13 PM Mon 7 Jun 2010
Here in the Pacific Northwest, an unseasonably cloudy and wet spring (even by our standards) has added a soggy factor to local sailing, but it certainly didn’t deter the nearly 170 boats from racing in last week’s Swiftsure International Yacht Race. ...[more]

New partnership, latest Louis Vuitton, Normandy Sailing Week and more By Sail-World.com Team, 9:47 PM Fri 4 Jun 2010
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Transatlantic speed record and glorious sunshine By Sail-World UK Team, 4:08 PM Fri 4 Jun 2010
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Musto Australasian Mid-Winters heading for big fleet By Rob Kothe & The Sail-World Team, 3:36 PM Fri 28 May 2010
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Editorial - Sanderson leaves TeamOrigin and more... By The Sail-World UK Team, 5:25 PM Fri 21 May 2010
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Joyon, Peyron, tight match racing in Germany but where is Ireland? By Sail-World.com, 8:00 AM Fri 21 May 2010
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Tight at Finn Europeans, Olympic Garda concluding, MedCup and more By Sail-World.com, , 9:29 AM Sun 16 May 2010
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UK Sailing News - Audi TP52,Melges 32s and more By Sail-World UK Team, 5:30 PM Sat 15 May 2010
In a week where the hung parliament was seemingly all everyone could talk about, our very own three-time Olympic Gold medal winner, Ben Ainslie is leading his Team Origin in the Audi TP52 Series, which is currently being held in Cascais, Portugal. ...[more]

Time to move on... By The Sail-World Team, 2:51 PM Mon 10 May 2010
The magic dust is settling and the 5 Ocean PR claims have it seems disappeared or never were. here is a summary for those who have asked. No, Sail-World is not responsible for the WSSRC Rules, we are Southern hemisphere based, we run an online sailing publication and subscriptions are free. We made a host of attempts, by phone and email querying the route and the record claims with her PR team ...[more]

The First Seawind Sailing Show By ., Russell Vale , 9:27 AM Thu 8 Apr 2010
Seawind Catamarans are excited to be hosting the very first Seawind Sailing Show at Birkenhead Point Marina, Drummoyne, Sydney on Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 April from 10am -3pm. For the very first time, all four Seawind Models including the Seawind 1250, 1160, 1000XL and the 1050 Resort will be on display in the same place! ...[more]

Five medals for France, new race and all the latest sailing news By Sail-World.com team, 7:39 AM Mon 5 Apr 2010
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