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Volvo Ocean Race: Win a stopover trip by designing an ECsix T-Shirt By Sail-World, , 8:16 PM Wed 17 Sep 2014
Do you want to win a trip of a life time to any port of call along the Round the World Race in 2015? Great, because it is simple! All you have to do is design, scribble, write or draw a T-Shirt design and submit it online at www.ecsix.com/contest. 'You don’t have to be a designer to win, we are after the best creative idea that fits our brand' says ECsix’s Scott Vogel. ...[more]


Southern Spars One Design complete 500th J/70 rig By Sail-World, , 10:26 AM Thu 4 Sep 2014
With just over a week to go until the inaugural J/70 World Championship, the team from Southern Spars One Design are celebrating the build of the 500th J/70 carbon mast at their facility in Sri Lanka. 'The first J/70 prototype rig was tested in 2011. The first five rigs were delivered in 2012 and now here we are two years later having just completed rig #500! ...[more]


Volvo Ocean Race: Win a stopover trip by designing an ECsix T-Shirt By Sail-World, , 12:47 PM Mon 11 Aug 2014
Here's your chance to win a trip for two to one of the seven ports of call in the upcoming Volvo Ocean Race. Scott Vogel, President of Composite Rigging, announced that the company is sponsoring the 'ECsix T-Shirt Design Contest.' According to Vogel, 'Everyone and anyone have a chance to win an expense paid 'trip for two' to one of seven ports-of-call along the Round the World Race.' ...[more]


America's Cup: Former Artemis crew member says danger is being ignored By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 6:18 AM Sat 9 Aug 2014
Former Artemis Racing and Team New Zealand tactician, Terry Hutchinson, speaks frankly with Alexa Lyons of Maxim magazine on the 2007 and 2013 America's Cups, and his views of the way the Cup is headed, particularly with the new wingsailed foiling catamarans. ...[more]


North Sails: Get Stop tabs now ... Winter sails service...Cover care By North Sails, , 7:05 PM Mon 28 Jul 2014
Latest newsletter from North Sails NZ with information on how to get Stop tabs fitted to your sails - faster than woolling a spinnaker. Check out the Winter Service deal. And look at their Cover Care Pack ...[more]


Southern Spars offer free Carbon Furling boom to a lucky owner By Sail-World, , 11:40 AM Tue 15 Jul 2014
Southern Spars is looking for one lucky owner to test out our new Coastal Furl boom and in return you will get to keep the boom. The Coastal Furl is an all carbon furling boom for the 30-40 foot range with a price tag unheard of in the carbon market at only NZD $12,999 RRP. Next year we will see two more size ranges become available for yachts ranging from 40-70 foot. ...[more]


Composite Rigging launches new campaign for ECsix By Josh Impey, , 7:29 PM Tue 24 Jun 2014
Composite Rigging is proud to introduce their new When Your Mast Must Stay Up campaign for ECsix, the most innovative continuous carbon rigging in the marine industry. The campaign centers around the product’s standout features; high performance, value and longevity in grueling ocean conditions. ...[more]


North Sails New Zealand clients dominate 2014 Auckland to Fiji Race By Sail-World, , 10:50 AM Thu 12 Jun 2014
After four days of mostly punishing upwind sailing followed by some champagne reaching conditions, the Botin 80 Beau Geste and Juan K VO 70 Giacomo have claimed first and second on line and between them, dominated the correct time results. ...[more]


Southern Spars appoint Rob Salthouse as Project Manager By Josh Impey, , 9:30 AM Thu 5 Jun 2014
Southern Spars has welcomed Rob Salthouse to their team in his preliminary role as Project Manager and assisting Project Manager Kevin Batten with his multiple projects. As part of his new role Salthouse will primarily help Kevin look after the Volvo 65 fleet for the upcoming 2014/2015 edition. ...[more]


Southern Spars appoint Rob Salthouse as Project Manager By Josh Impey, , 8:38 AM Tue 3 Jun 2014
Southern Spars has welcomed Rob Salthouse to their team in his preliminary role as Project Manager and assisting Project Manager Kevin Batten with his multiple projects. As part of his new role Salthouse will primarily help Kevin look after the Volvo 65 fleet for the upcoming 2014/2015 edition. ...[more]


ANZ Fiji Race: Crusader crew get another wet ride - Video By Josh Tucker, , 6:09 PM Wed 28 May 2014
The Elliott 35SS Crusader (Anthony Leigh) videoed on a a training run in the lead up to the Auckland - Fiji race, which starts on June 7, headed for Denarau. Crusader is one of the fastest yachts in New Zealand under 40ft, and is renowned for punching above her weight, and her crew can look forward to a fast, if wet ride on the 1280nm course. ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle Team USA under stress By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 6:04 AM Tue 27 May 2014
Over the past three weeks, two NZ designers and engineers, Neil Wilkinson (Oracle Team USA) and Andy Kensington (Emirates Team NZ) have been on a lecture tour as part of the Institute of Professional Engineers NZ's centenary, sponsored by Beca. Here are some additional images not included in the video in the original Sail-World story ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle and Team NZ designers reveal AC72 secrets By Richard Gladwell, , 7:56 PM Fri 23 May 2014
For the past few weeks two designers from Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team New Zealand have been giving an almost two hour presentation in various venues around New Zealand, on engineering and design aspects of the 34th America's Cup. Here we present a summary of the presentation, along with the full video, showing a lot of never before seen material ...[more]


America's Cup: Artemis death verdict 'result of an human act' By Bob Fisher, Bournemouth Coroners Court , 5:22 AM Thu 22 May 2014
The cause of death of Artemis crewman Andrew Simpson was summarily dismissed by the Deputy Coroner for the County of Dorset, Mr. Richard Middleton, today in a brief hearing of sixteen minutes. The Coroner, in a prepared statement, from which he read, announced: 'This is a final hearing', leaving the five family members and ten journalists, no doubt that the matter was closed. ...[more]


A year after the Artemis incident, the sailors tell of the pain By The Independent, , 10:01 PM Sat 10 May 2014
A year after Andrew Simpson drowned, the sailors tell of the pain of dealing with their friend's death and how opening a sailing centre in Weymouth is helping his name live on. Iain Percy has flown in from California, Ben Ainslie from China, united in friendship and grief, and as determined to ensure that Friday plays another part in guaranteeing that their best friend's name lives on. ...[more]


Southern Spars announces new management team for Rig Pro International By Josh Impey, , 11:03 PM Wed 7 May 2014
Southern Spars is pleased to announce the new Rig Pro International management team, led by Des Davis and supported by Gavin McPherson. Both Davis and McPherson are extremely passionate sailors and have a wealth of experience in the yachting industry that will see them take Rig Pro from strength to strength ...[more]


North Sails NZ e-News for April 2014 By North Sails NZ, , 8:09 PM Thu 1 May 2014
North Sails NZ presents their latest e-Newsletter, featuring an update on 3DL, and the latest racing successes for the New Zealand loft ...[more]


America's Cup: Oracle and Team NZ tech insights - Free lecture tonight By TV3 News and Sail-World, , 1:40 PM Thu 1 May 2014
You, your colleagues, friends, readers and subscribers to SailWorldNZ are cordially invited to attend the IPENZ Centenary Lecture Battle of the Boats: How technology won the America’s Cup. Hear rival engineers - Andy Kensington from Team NZ and Neil Wilkinson from Oracle - debate the technology used which enabled Oracle to make a miraculous turn-around to win the 2013 America’s Cup ...[more]


America's Cup: Expected de Ridder penalty should be reduced By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, NZ , 8:28 PM Wed 16 Apr 2014
The predicted penalty of a five year suspension from the sport, for Oracle Team USA wingsail trimmer, Dirk de Ridder, would appear to be extreme by international standards. The case is due to go before the International Sailing Federation's Review Board in late April. They will consider the report from the Disciplinary Commission, which is the body believed to have recommended a five year penalty ...[more]


America's Cup: Dean Barker's Blog - A sail with the Duke and Duchess By Dean Barker, San Francisco, USA , 8:10 AM Mon 14 Apr 2014
Writing on his blog at Kiwi Yachting Consultants' website Emirates Team NZ skipper Dean Barker gives his view on Friday's Royal Matchrace and the state of the 34th America's Cup: We raced on board the two Sail NZ IACC yachts on a tight course outside the RNZYS. I was fortunate to sail with William back in 2010 when he was last in NZ ...[more]


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