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America's Cup: Oracle Team USA's AC72 takes to the streets By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 11:43 AM Mon 29 Sep 2014
Oracle Team USA's winning AC72 takes to the streets of San Francisco, one year on from the Team's successful Defence of the America's Cup. This week the AC72 catamaran Oracle Team USA raced to victory is going to be a special guest at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 in San Francisco. ...[more]


Auckland On the Water Boat Show: World record mark set on Lancer SUP By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, , 2:11 PM Sat 27 Sep 2014
A new provisional World Record was set on the Viaduct Harbour today with 52 paddlers covering the 100 metre course on the Lancer SUP. There were no incidents in the attempt - which sets a new mark category in the Guinness World Records. ...[more]


America's Cup: Then and now - Coutts on why Oracle won, and the Venue By Sail-World.com, , 9:53 AM Sat 27 Sep 2014
Writing on his Facebook page on the 12 month anniversary of Oracle Team USA's win in the 34th America's Cup, then team CEO, Russell Coutts cites seven reasons why the US team were successful in their Defence of the trophy. ...[more]


Auckland On Water Boat Show: SUP record attempt Saturday afternoon By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, , 2:54 PM Fri 26 Sep 2014
An attempt will be made on Saturday afternoon set set a new Guinness World Record mark for the most people on a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) The SUP used for the record attempt will be supplied by leading New Zealand inflatable manufacturer, Lancer Industries, and the SUP uses Lancer's AirDock technology.. ...[more]


Lancer returns to Auckland Boat Show with new RIB Pricing By Charles Winstone, Auckland , 8:43 PM Sun 21 Sep 2014
Lancer Industries Ltd returns to the Auckland On Water Boat Show after almost a decade away. It will mark several significant events for Lancer including new pricing, a Guinness World Record attempt and an Introduction to Sea Blade. The Lancer stand is located beside the ETNZ building. ...[more]


Auckland Water Boatshow: Practice session for Guinness World Record By Charles Winstone, Westhaven , 7:15 PM Tue 16 Sep 2014
At the upcoming Auckland on Water Boat Show (25-28 Sept) Lancer Industries Ltd will be arranging a Guinness World Record attempt for 'Most People on a Stand Up Paddle Board'. The attempt will also raise funds for the Child Cancer Foundation (CCF) through 'SUPport Courage'. ...[more]


2014 Young Challenger’s Cup - Day 1 photos By Charles Winstone, French Bay , 7:28 PM Sun 14 Sep 2014
2014 Young Challenger’s Cup - On water action in the Weta sailed by teams in an America's Cup style event. Plenty of wind on the first day saw the young crews learning that Multihull sailing is wet, fast and fun. ...[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]


Auckland On Water Boat Show to hold world record attempt. By Sail-World, , 8:31 PM Tue 17 Jun 2014
This year’s Auckland On Water Boat Show will play host to a world record attempt. Lancer Industries, which has already set the record three times for the world’s largest RIB, and which holds the largest catamaran RIB tube record, will be creating the monster SUP which the record attempt will be staged on. ...[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]


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]


America's Cup: Coutts claims ISAF Jury on a crusade, backs Kiwi report By Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz, , 10:08 AM Sat 12 Apr 2014
Oracle Team USA's Sir Russell Coutts has stepped into the fray over the AC45 boat tampering and the penalties handed out against the team he headed. Olympic Gold medalist Coutts (NZL) who skippered the New Zealand boat in two America's Cup wins, says 'the report is spot on in my opinion'. 'The ISAF jury appeared to be on a crusade to 'save the America’s Cup'. ...[more]


America's Cup: Two Kiwis escape hometown action in AC45 rules ruckus By Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz, Auckland, New Zealand , 1:08 PM Thu 10 Apr 2014
The two New Zealanders involved in the ruckus over boat tampering in the AC45 class prior to the 34th America's Cup have not had any action taken against them by Yachting New Zealand. ...[more]


34th America's Cup: A Match of three weeks - Part 3 - Under the Pump By Richard Gladwell, , 8:18 PM Thu 3 Apr 2014
Six months after the conclusion of the 34th America's Cup, Kiwi fans in particular, struggle for the answers as to how Oracle Team USA were able to effect a big performance turnaround, without predecent in an America's Cup regatta. Sail-World's NZ and America's Cup Editor, Richard Gladwell gives his personal perspective and analysis in this the third part of a three part-series. ...[more]


34th America's Cup: A Match of three weeks - Part 1 - Regaining time By Richard Gladwell, , 6:24 PM Tue 1 Apr 2014
Six months after the conclusion of the 34th America's Cup, Kiwi fans in particular, struggle for the answers as to how Oracle Team USA were able to effect a big performance turnaround, without predecent in an America's Cup regatta. Sail-World's NZ and America's Cup Editor, Richard Gladwell gives his personal perspective and analysis in this three part-series. ...[more]


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