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Ullman Sails names new VP and General Manager By Ullman Sails, Newport Beach , 5:09 PM Wed 30 Jan 2013
Kelly Buchan has been appointed the new Vice President and General Manager of Ullman Sails International, Inc., the license management office of the Ullman Sails group based in Newport Beach, CA, effective January 1, 2013. ...[more]


Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week entries open By Rich Roberts, 10:49 AM Fri 17 Feb 2012
Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week entries are now open with the event set to take place from 22-25 June. Are you looking forward to shorts, t-shirts and the first weekend of summer? Then mark your calendar, as there is now only about four months left to collect a crew, shop for sails and get your boat ready to 'Race With the Champions'. ...[more]


Force 10 Sails becomes Ullman Sails Mid-Chesapeake By Kelly Buchan, California , 2:02 AM Thu 16 Feb 2012
We are pleased to announce the latest addition to the Ullman Sails North American team – Matt Simington, owner of Force 10 Sails in Easton, Maryland, joins our international group of sailmakers as Ullman Sails Mid-Chesapeake! Along with Ullman Skelley Sails in Havre de Grace and Ullman Sails Virginia in Deltaville, Matt and his team will be part of a coordinated effort ...[more]


Ultimate Sails joins the Ullman Sails family By Kelly Buchan, California , 1:53 AM Thu 16 Feb 2012
Ullman Sails is excited to announce that Andrew Turner has joined our international group of sailmakers as Ullman Sails Brisbane. Andrew joins the group with 20 years of sailmaking experience behind him, including nearly ten years as one of Australia’s leading independent sailmakers and designers, Ultimate Sails. ...[more]


18ft Skiffs - Rag and Famish a chance at Giltinan Championship By Frank Quealey, 2:44 PM Wed 25 Jan 2012
The three members of the Rag & Famish Hotel 18ft Skiff team all have family members who are part of 18 Footers history. Their three year old Rag & Famish Hotel boat was brought up to current specification only six months ago when class builder Van Munster Boats added a new deck to the existing hull. ...[more]


QLD Beneteau Cup racing cancelled in blustery Moreton Bay conditions By Tracey Johnstone, Brisbane , 3:20 PM Sun 2 Oct 2011
The sky was clear, but the wind and swell were in as the a blustery west-south-west blowing 25 knots gusting to 30 greeted the fleet in the second day of the Ensign Yachts Queensland Beneteau Cup. The race committee, after going out on the course to review the sea and wind conditions, made the prudent decision to postpone the first of the two scheduled windward/leeward races. ...[more]


Airlie Beach winner fully powered by Ullman Sails By Ullman Sails, 2:48 PM Thu 15 Sep 2011
In preparation for this season of racing, Peter Berry worked closely with Ullman Sails Sunshine Coast focusing on boat optimization for rating in the multihull OMR rating rule. Peter races with Ullman Sails GP Race sails, including a upwind sails built with GPL carbon, a new Red Line Racing A3 and an A5/Screecher. ...[more]


Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week day 1 By Rich Roberts, 8:51 AM Sun 26 Jun 2011
It was Long Beach, home of the notorious summer sea breeze that roars down the San Pedro Channel like an express train. So what was with the wimpy six to seven knots that greeted 150 boats in 15 classes for the first day of competition in Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week? ...[more]


Hot Vindaloo wins division in Bay to Bay 2011 By Ullman Sails, 11:02 AM Thu 12 May 2011
Congratulations to owner Julian Griffiths and his team on 'Hot Vindaloo' – a Pescott Firefly 8.5 Grand Prix catamaran – who claimed top division honors in the 31st Bay to Bay Race 2011 in Queensland, Australia. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone big boat race By Ian Grant, 8:56 AM Mon 25 Apr 2011
Peter Millard and John Honan signaled their former New Zealand maxi Lahana was on the pace when they claimed an impressive line honours win in the 63rd QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone race over the Easter Weekend. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone - Marcus Blackmore's Hooligan wins on handicap By Ian Grant, , 4:30 PM Sun 24 Apr 2011
Brisbane to Gladstone - Former Queenslander Marcus Blackmore fulfilled a lifetime ambition when he steered the exciting TP52 Hooligan to victory in the 2011 QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone race. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone - Hooligan leads but threatened By Ian Grant, 5:57 AM Sun 24 Apr 2011
The race clock ticked against the big boats when the true trade wind freshened to blow the smaller yachts into contention to claim the Qantaslink Brisbane to Gladstone race on corrected handicap overnight. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race -Lahana line honours By Ian Grant, 6:00 PM Sat 23 Apr 2011
Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race skipper Peter Millard and his crew, aboard Lahana, overcame frustrating light winds to claim a comfortable line honours win earlier this afternoon. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race tests patience and skill By Ian Grant, 5:08 AM Sat 23 Apr 2011
Peter Millard’s 30m maxi sloop Lahana hardly made a ripple on the relatively calm ocean when she led Peter Harburg’s 20.2m Black Jack for line honours in the Qantaslink Brisbane to Gladstone race earlier today. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone start images By Craig Greenhill, 10:37 PM Fri 22 Apr 2011
Brisbane to Gladstone start images of Brindabella and rivals Black Jack and Lahana. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race intensity By Ian Grant, 7:09 PM Fri 22 Apr 2011
The race fleet of 45 yachts and 491 sailors faced a light wind lottery on Moreton Bay while they anxiously watched the storm clouds gather on the southern horizon. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone soft start By Ian Grant, 1:55 PM Fri 22 Apr 2011
All of the 491 sailors were on deck trying to generate boat speed as the 45 yacht fleet slowly sailed towards the first rounding mark off the Redcliffe Peninsula. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone - The weather god hasn't responded By Ian Grant, 5:47 AM Fri 22 Apr 2011
Old Huey the ocean racing sailors weather god has not responded to the call for an ideal 15-20 knot south east trade wind to blow onto Moreton Bay for the noon start of the 63rd QantasLink Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race later today. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone weather watch By Ian Grant, 7:35 AM Thu 21 Apr 2011
Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race skippers enter the critical 24 hour countdown to the 12 noon start time tomorrow with a decision on which spinnakers to stow in the sail locker. ...[more]


Brisbane to Gladstone a light wind lottery By Ian Grant, 6:15 AM Wed 20 Apr 2011
When dawn broke over Brisbane’s Moreton Bay today there were no signs that the squally Southerly trade wind was about to soften and turn the 63rd Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race into a light wind lottery. ...[more]


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