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Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2014: 150 individual races a new record By Media Centre, Phuket , 3:07 PM Fri 12 Dec 2014
In honor of the birthday of His Majesty the King of Thailand, the 2014 Phuket King’s Cup Regatta has staged a truly world class sailing event. New class ratings delivered exceptionally close racing as intended this year, with some epic confrontations across the classes. ...[more]


Phuket King’s Cup 2014 - last day. Short strokes and last thoughts By Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia, , 4:24 PM Mon 8 Dec 2014
Breeze from south of east allowed two windward-leeward races for most classes – 'We’d like to have sent you out and about a bit more,' said PRO Ross Chisholm, 'but conditions have been against us.' On the Seraph course (Cruisers and Charter boats), RO Simon James noted that 'the competition was a lot more intense than I expected. There was some serious racing going on – not always very fast racing ...[more]


Kata Group sponsors closing party for finale of PKCR 2014 By Media center, Phuket , 2:34 AM Sun 7 Dec 2014
The final day of racing and subsequent grand award presentation ceremony was sponsored by Kata Group Resorts Thailand and hosted at Kata Beach Resort and Spa, the home of the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta. ...[more]


Royal awards presentation honors winners of 28th Phuket King’s Cup Reg By Media Center, Phuket , 1:02 AM Sun 7 Dec 2014
The 28th Phuket King’s Cup Royal Awards Presentation organized by Phuket King's Cup Regatta Organizing Committee marked the close of racing and confirmed final standings following a week of thrilling Regatta action. The event was held at Kanda Hall, Kata Beach Resort & Spa, Phuket, and featured a Royal prize-giving ceremony attended by honorary guests, VIPs, dignitaries and hundreds of sailors who ...[more]


Final day’s racing draws superb performances at PKCR 2014 By Media center, Phuket , 12:18 AM Sun 7 Dec 2014
The final day’s racing was set up beautifully to host some epic, close-quarters King’s Cup clashes. Winds were good, crews were psyched, and the final day didn’t disappoint! Saturday saw all classes come to a close with a total of 123 keelboat races taking place during the week, in addition to 27 dinghy races; the combined 150 races is the biggest ever in the competition’s history ...[more]


New Classes, a New Chapter in Close Quarters Competition By Media center, Phuket , 8:21 PM Sat 6 Dec 2014
In 2014, the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta has implemented widespread changes to its class structures, all based on a burning desire by Race Management to offer close-hauled parry between similarly competitive craft. ...[more]


Phuket King's Cup Regatta images by Max Ranchi By Max Ranchi, , 6:29 PM Sat 6 Dec 2014
2014 Phuket King's Cup Regatta today's race images are provided by photographer Max Ranchi. ...[more]


Phuket King’s Cup 2014, day 5 - Good things come to those who wait By Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia, Phuket, Thailand , 3:55 AM Sat 6 Dec 2014
But we are getting ahead of ourselves: today is 5th December, the birthday of His Majesty King Bhumiphol Adulyadej of Thailand, the monarch for whom this regatta was inaugurated and after whom it is named. The King behind the King’s Cup, literally. For the past several years, racing on His Majesty’s birthday has been preceded by a Sail Past, ...[more]


Hong Kong teams dominate top classes at Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2014 By Media center, Phuket , 3:12 PM Fri 5 Dec 2014
Glorious sunshine and consistent winds guaranteed competitive and enjoyable sailing for Friday’s Phuket King’s Cup Regatta. Today represents the most poignant racing day of the Regatta as sailors and vessels assembled together before the start of the race to honor the birthday of His Majesty the King of Thailand with a Sail Pass. ...[more]


Phuket King’s Cup 2014, day 4 – all boats on 77 By Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia, Phuket, Thailand , 3:09 AM Fri 5 Dec 2014
We should all remind ourselves occasionally that Race Officers cannot control the wind. That is the prerogative of an even higher authority. The first three days of the 2014 Phuket King’s Cup have involved a great deal of waiting around in the sort of hot sunshine that some people pay good money for, but the lack of wind has been frustrating ...[more]


Sailors welcome back the North East tradewind By Capt Marty, Phuket , 3:29 PM Fri 5 Dec 2014
After canceling IRC and Multihull racing yesterday, it was decided to use the lay day, to make up valuable lost time and get the race schedule for all classes back on track. A welcome relief, was the return of the North East tradewind and variations of the scenic island courses were selected. ...[more]


Jaguar Land Rover support at the 28th Phuket King’s Cup Regatta By Media center, Phuket , 11:53 PM Thu 4 Dec 2014
Jaguar Land Rover, the world’s leading maker of luxury high performance vehicles, hosted a prize-giving party to mark the close of racing following the second day of competition at the 28th Phuket King’s Cup Regatta, held at Kan Eang @ Pier, Chalong Bay. ...[more]


Back down to business amidst good conditions at PKCR 2014 By Media center, Phuket , 3:25 PM Thu 4 Dec 2014
Consistent winds made a very welcome return for Day Four of the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta, with the best of conditions apparently on the way tomorrow. All classes sailed today, with some exceptionally tight action long with some big winning margins also. ...[more]


Phuket King’s Cup 2014, day 3 – A damn good grilling By Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia, Phuket, Thailand , 3:47 AM Thu 4 Dec 2014
When the sky is blue and the breeze is in, it is very easy to forget how hot it really is. Turn off the fan, and you remember very quickly. Once again everyone was on station for starts at 0900h, and once again there was no ‘f’ in wind – well, certainly not in the edition of the OED that I consulted. (Yes of course I have a 13-volume dictionary with me at all times). ...[more]


Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2014 to recommence battle on Thursday 4th By Media Center, Phuket , 11:28 PM Wed 3 Dec 2014
Very little early wind today brought most of the classes to a momentary rest, with racing action to resume tomorrow. Thursday is traditionally reserved as a ‘reserve day’ to accommodate days of very light weather such as this, and will be used tomorrow as a full racing day. ...[more]


Racing on reserve day - 4th December 2014 By Race Committee, Kata Beach , 11:26 PM Wed 3 Dec 2014
The Race Committee have announced racing will be held for all classes on the reserve day - 4th December 2014. The first warning signal will be at 09.00 ...[more]


Wind out of breath and gives up the ghost By Captain Marty, Phuket , 11:20 PM Wed 3 Dec 2014
After tracking small zephyrs of breeze, swinging anywhere from Nor Nor West to South West for 3 hours, PRO Ross Chisholm on the racing class courses, decided to end the 'Hurry Up and Wait' scenario by raising AP over A pennants at midday and sounding the horn to cancel racing for the day. ...[more]


A proud beacon of enthusiasm for youth sailing in Thailand By Media Center, Phuket , 8:31 PM Wed 3 Dec 2014
PTTEP’s 'Platu 132,' a 25-foot single-design monohull, is being skippered by young Thai female Bangkokian, Mink Wannasuth, on her first ever regatta outing in charge of her own all-girl crew. Racing the PTTEP entry in IRC3 at the Phuket King’s Cup Regatta 2014, Mink is delighted to be competing in a race revered throughout the eastern hemisphere as the premier sports sailing event of its kind. ...[more]


Phuket King’s Cup 2014, day 2 – great sunbathing weather, then breeze By Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia, Phuket, Thailand , 3:00 AM Wed 3 Dec 2014
Everyone ready to go at 0900h, but very much a case of 'hurry up and wait'. Glass calm all around, and limp APs on both committee boats. The cruising and charter boats on Course Bravo amused themselves with a bit of sunbathing, some swimming, and even lining up to have their photo taken. And we waited. ...[more]


King's Cup racing underway in light variable conditions By Capt Marty, Phuket , 1:21 PM Wed 3 Dec 2014
Although the outlook on WindGuru looked bleak, there was enough wind for both start lines to get racing underway on time. The cruising classes headed off, on around the islands courses and the IRC and Multihull classes completed three short windward/leeward races in quick succession, which proved to be a solid start to the regatta. ...[more]


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