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2013 Optimist Worlds: NZL Yachting Trust team Day 2 at Lake Garda By Angus Haslett, Lake Garda, Italy , 3:47 PM Fri 19 Jul 2013
Day 2 of the Optimist World Champs has had a mix of highs and lows. The wind ran pretty much to forecast with a shifty and slight Ora breeze of 12 knots lasting for most of the first race of the day, it was a race where mother nature played her part and despite all of the kiwis starting well and rounding the top mark in a good position ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: On the water Images of Day 7 By Gilles Martin-Raget ACEA, 1:11 PM Fri 19 Jul 2013
ACEA photographers present a selection of images from the Louis Vuitton Cup - Round Robin 3, Day 1 - this galley of the Louis Vuitton Cup and Defender Practice ...[more]


America’s Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand raises the bar By America's Cup, , 11:44 AM Fri 19 Jul 2013
At the America’s Cup Challenger Series, Emirates Team New Zealand has been the class act of the Louis Vuitton Cup and today the Kiwis set a new top speed for the AC72s while getting one point closer to a free pass into the final round ...[more]


Louis Vuitton Cup: Five points and new speed record for Emirates TNZ By www.etnzblog.com, 10:37 AM Fri 19 Jul 2013
Emirates Team New Zealand collected another round robin point at San Francisco today. Five points from five starts – four races not being contested – and Emirates Team New Zealand - is at the top of leaderboard with five points, with Luna Rossa on two and Artemis zero. ...[more]


America's Cup: Artemis is alive and well - Bob Fisher exclusive +Video By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 9:32 AM Fri 19 Jul 2013
In a vast hangar (formerly part of the Pan Am Seaplane base) on West Tower Avenue in Alameda, the Artemis Phoenix is arising from the ashes of the May 9th accident that took the life of Andrew Simpson. It hasn’t been an easy process, as Paul Cayard,pointed out. 'Quitting or retiring was not an option, but every one of the 130 people in this team has had different agenda to satisfy.' ...[more]


A Three M Day for Emirates Team New Zealand. By Bob Fisher, San Francisco, USA , 9:11 AM Fri 19 Jul 2013
Despite the lack of an opponent, the Kiwi team provided the spectators with a game showing on the water, and for the knowledgeable aficionados a demonstration of their seeming superiority. It was a performance in the near-limit, 18-20-knot westerly breezes that convincing displayed that the time the team has spent on the water is reaping its rewards. ...[more]


ISAF Youth Worlds: NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team win Gold on Day 4 By Jodie Bakewell-White, 8:27 AM Fri 19 Jul 2013
With one day to go New Zealand is assured of a gold medal at the 2013 Sail First ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships now drawing to a close in Cyprus with Isaac McHardie (Hamilton Yacht Club/RAYC) and Micah Wilkinson (Ngaroto Sailing Club/RAYC) now unbeatable in the SL16 multihull. ...[more]


America's Cup: Crowds grow as word spreads about ETNZ's talent By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco , 7:29 AM Fri 19 Jul 2013
America's Cup: Even as we witnessed yet another in the long series of single-boat by-races as Artemis, the scheduled opponent, remains in her hangar, still preparing their boat for their first race, the shore-side crowds of spectators are growing. The spectacle that Team Emirates New Zealand is providing, even when all by herself on the Louis Vuitton Cup course, is simply amazing. ...[more]


America's Cup: ETNZ wins another walkover, photos by Chuck Lantz By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco , 7:24 AM Fri 19 Jul 2013
In the 34th America's Cup, ETNZ set a top speed course record today as it hit 44.15k while doing a by-race on the LVC race course. Winds were at 18-20k from 260 degrees when the race started, and ETNZ averaged 22.5 upwind on the two-lap race. ...[more]


Olympic Silver Medalists report on a successful start towards Rio 2016 By Peter Burling and Blair Tuke, Tauranga , 7:29 PM Thu 18 Jul 2013
Peter Burling and Blair Tuke report on their recent successful European campaign, which culminated in winning the Open European Championships in the 49er class: A successful start to our new 49er Olympic campaign towards Rio 2016, winning the 49er European Champs in Denmark last week. There was a good variety of conditions - light to moderate wind , shifty, close to shore ...[more]


America's Cup: A busy day on San Francisco Bay + Video By John Navas, San Francisco, USA , 1:31 PM Thu 18 Jul 2013
Sail-World's John Navas was on the water today in San Francisco to capture the action as four AC72's from three teams jousted on the America's Cup course. Here is his still image gallery and video of the day's practice. ...[more]


2013 Optimist Worlds: NZL Yachting Trust team Day 1 at Lake Garda By Angus Haslett, Lake Garda, Italy , 11:57 AM Thu 18 Jul 2013
The first day of the regatta dawned dull and overcast with virtually no breeze - but the locals said the wind would come and it did with an Ora wind arriving around 11am and whilst it started off a little shifty by the time racing was underway it was a good 15-18 knots with a few good gusts to watch out for. ...[more]


America's Cup: Parties and Posters go to the International Jury By Richard Gladwell, 10:39 AM Thu 18 Jul 2013
Two of the parties at least, in the 2013 America's Cup, seem to be keen to have another piece of each other in the Jury Room. America's Cup Events Authority COO, Stephen Barclay has lodged two protests with the International Jury, the first believed to be over the non-attendance at the Louis Vuitton Party, at the opening of the Louis Vuitton Cup, by Italian Challenger, Luna Rossa. ...[more]


America's Cup: Can Emirates Team NZ foil upwind? + Video By John Navas, 10:00 AM Thu 18 Jul 2013
Sail-World's resident photo and videographer, John Navas, was out on the water today and captured video of Emirates Team NZ's AC72 sailing a near windward course while foiling. Speed is dramatic - 30-35kts clocked off the chasing powerboat - compared to the usual 20-23kts seen in racing to date. ...[more]


ISAF Youth Worlds: NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team stay in top six By Jodie Bakewell-White, 8:49 AM Thu 18 Jul 2013
The Sail First ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships on now in Limassol, Cyprus has passed the mid way mark and all five of the 2013 NZL Yachting Trust Youth Team remain in the top six places in their fleets. The best placed include Isaac McHardie (Hamilton Yacht Club/RAYC) and Micah Wilkinson (Ngaroto Sailing Club/RAYC) who continue to dominate in the SL16 multihull, while Markus Somerville a ...[more]


America's Cup more images from the four boat practice session By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco , 8:18 AM Thu 18 Jul 2013
Four AC72s from three teams, including both Oracle boats and one each from Luna Rossa and ETNZ, were on the LVC/AC race course today in excellent conditions, practicing during a scheduled Reserve Day. The session included some two-boat testing by Oracle's #1 and #2 boats, plus a few short drag-races between various boats, all under the watchful eyes of team support boats, who were carefully che ...[more]


America's Cup: Three teams, four AC72's in practice session on Bay By Chuck Lantz, San Francisco , 8:10 AM Thu 18 Jul 2013
Emirates Team NZ, Luna Rossa and both Oracle Team USA's AC72s were on the water today, taking advantage of a Reserve Day to get in some practice. Skies were partially cloudy, with some sunshine getting through, with good breeze in the 12-15k range. A perfect day for the America's Cup AC72s. All photos by Chuck Lantz, one of Sail-World's on-scene photographers. ...[more]


French 420 Nationals: Day 2 - Kiwis wait for the fog to lift again By Rob Burn, France , 7:53 AM Thu 18 Jul 2013
Rob Burn Reports from Day 2 of the French 420 National Championships: Yesterdays report from the lovely Brittany seaside town of Plenuef Val Andre, hosting the French 420 National Champs started with the corny Yogi Berra line 'It's Deja Vue all over again'. We sat around all day waiting for the fog to lift for the second day in a row. ...[more]


34th America's cup - Images of Luna Rossa vs Artemis By Carlo Borlenghi, , 12:55 PM Wed 17 Jul 2013
Images of Luna Rossa vs Artemis by photographer Carlo Borlenghi who was out on the water in San Francisco. ...[more]


America’s Cup: Luna Rossa Challenge shows some legs By America's Cup, , 12:32 PM Wed 17 Jul 2013
In the America's Cup Challenger Series, sailing in the lightest winds, Italy’s Luna Rossa Challenge showed some legs in scoring its second point of the Louis Vuitton Cup. The southwesterly wind peaked at only 13 knots, and skipper Max Sirena’s crew completed the five-leg, 9.21-nautical-mile course in 43 minutes, 6 seconds at an average speed of 17.66 knots. ...[more]


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