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Up for auction: Shenzhen Sea Sports Base and Voyage Sports School By Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia, Hong Kong , 6:29 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World Asia GMT
Right next door to the Daya Bay nuclear power station, it was built at a cost of RMB366m (USD59m) and has been pretty much unoccupied since its brief few days in the sun. The colossal size of the facility and its near-abandonment bring home the importance of generating ‘legacy’ out of municipal spending on such a scale. ... [more]

Collinson FX Market Commentary: July 22, 2014 - Europe watched By Collinson FX, , 4:28 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
July 22, 2014: The KIWI was trading just below 0.8690 while the AUD holds below 0.9370. Look for local data release and Global geo-political issues to drive direction. ... [more]

Brisbane's biggest outdoors expo to celebrate ten years By Vicky De George, , 4:25 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - GMT
Brisbane's biggest and most popular outdoors expo, the Brisbane Tinnie and Tackle Show and National 4x4 and Outdoors Show has confirmed dates for 2015, marking ten years since its inception. ... [more]

Vietnam Marina Development: ONE°15 Vung Ro Bay Marina Resort By ONE 15 Marina, Singapore, , 4:17 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World Asia GMT
The development will include several hotels with a total of over 760 rooms, 4,300 apartments, 100 luxury townhouses, a variety of retail shops and a 400m sandy beach as well as the marina berths. The gross commercial area will total approximately 200,000 square meters, providing space for schools, healthcare facilities, retailing, leisure and entertainment complexes as well as the marina ... [more]

Red Bull 49erFX: First look at the Olympic sailing venue at Rio By Molly Meech and Alex Maloney, , 4:16 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Red Bull 49erFX team of Molly Meech and Alex Maloney report on their second tour in Europe reflecting on the Europeans and looking at the new Olympic venue in Rio. We have mixed emotions about our time in Helsinki. A week on from the 2014 Europeans the dust has settled, and we are able to see our strengths and weaknesses more clearly - our performance over the competition had its highs and lows ... [more]

Marine Rescue volunteers praised for saving six from yacht By Ken McManus, , 4:09 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Volunteers from Marine Rescue Evans Head have rescued six people - including two children - after their yacht sank 500m offshore south of Evans Head this morning. ... [more]

Sydney Harbour welcomes premium boat storage By Peter Pembroke, , 3:35 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - GMT
At long last Sydney Harbour can now boast a new client friendly boat storage and light maintenance facility with the opening of Sydney Harbour Boat Storage. Sydney Harbour Boat Storage, located at White Bay 6 next to the new cruise ship passenger terminal, can house boats from 18-35 feet on external or undercover dry stacks. Plus hard stand storage for boats up to 80 feet. ... [more]

Fuerteventura Kiteboarding Grand Slam - Classic conditions on day 3 By PKRA, , 3:22 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - GMT
Day three of the 2014 Fuerteventura Kiteboarding Grand Slam brought on conditions that were nothing short of classic for the this much-loved tour stop. Starting off the day early, the first round competitors utilized 10-11m kites, later downsizing as the winds built throughout the day. ... [more]

NYYC Race Week Part II images by Rolex/Daniel Forster By Kirsten Ferguson, , 3:01 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
Photographer Rolex/Daniel Forster was on water at NYYC Race Week Part II to captures these images. ... [more]

Drowning or electric shock? What you need to know to help save a life By D. Scott Croft, , 2:34 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World Cruising Int GMT
Cruising sailors spend a lot of time in marina's, often a little variable in quality. Here is some information most of us have probably never thought about. While standing at the end of the boat dock, you see a person struggling in the water. Do you recognize that the person is drowning, or is something else going on? And what should you do? ... [more]

BIC Techno 293 Worlds 2014 - Day 1 By Patrik Pollak, , 2:15 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - GMT
Difficult wind conditions allowed race committee to use almost all flags they have. Postponements, abandonments, recalls, black flags and more … ... [more]

Sunseeker boss Stewart McIntyre abruptly leaves luxury yacht builder By The Guardian, , 1:55 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World Asia GMT
The boss of luxury yacht builder Sunseeker has abruptly left the company. Stewart McIntyre, the managing director, will leave the Dorset-based company owned by China's richest man, Wang Jianlin, at the end of the month. The company said McIntyre, a Scot who commutes from Edinburgh to Sunseeker's headquarters in Poole, was leaving to 'pursue other interests'. ... [more]

The Valmadre Winter Offshore Series - The Mayflower Race By Rick Steuart, Perth , 1:45 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - Sail-World AUS GMT
The Valmadre Winter Offshore Series - Mayflower Race - Fremantle Sailing Club, A great day on the water with Race Officer Keith Charlwood of FSC taking command of the start with the tried and true offshore start team behind him. ... [more]

One week to go until the 2014 Sydney International Boat Show By BIA NSW, , 1:13 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - GMT
Visitors to the 2014 Sydney International Boat Show, and there could be more than 60,000 of them, will be treated to a stunning array of new vessels being unveiled for the very first time on the world stage. ... [more]

Costa Concordia - the $2.25 billion salvage operation ready to begin By Media Services, , 12:40 AM Tuesday 22 Jul 2014 - GMT
The biggest salvage operation of a passenger ship is poised to get underway in Italy. Two and a half years after she ran aground off the island with the loss of 32 lives in January 2012, the Costa Concordia will be pulled from the rocks and taken to the Port of Genoa for scrapping. ... [more]

Northern Scotland: Voyage to Orkney and Shetland Isles, more photos By Sail-World.com, , 10:24 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - Sail-World Cruising Int GMT
Check out these additional photos from Paul and Sheryl Shard's voyage to Orkney and the Shetland Isles. ... [more]

Tour de France a la Voile - Race cancelled after gale arrives By Fabienne Morin, , 9:52 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - GMT
In the Tour de France a la Voile, the fleet of the M34s left Gruissan this morning for a 140 mile offshore leg to Hyères, but due to a gale warning from Meteo France, the race committee decided to cancel the race. The teams delivered the boats across the Gulf of Lion with one reef in the main and the storm jib, in 35-45 knots of wind. ... [more]

Six Metre European Championship - Blazing sunshine on opening day By Fiona Brown, , 9:34 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - Sail-World UK GMT
The opening day of the Six Metre European Championship 2014 hosted by the Royal Cornwall Yacht Club, Falmouth, opened with blazing sunshine, but not a breath of wind. The fleet went afloat on time for the planned 10.30 start, but it wasn't until almost 4 o'clock that the wind finally established itself sufficiently to get the first of two short but very enjoyable races underway. ... [more]

Fishing for a piece of Bimini history November 13-15 By John Bell, Bimini , 9:19 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - GMT
Capt. Chase Camacho, who spent his early days cruising the legendary big tuna grounds off Montauk, NY, understands the visceral, gut-tightening thrill of Bimini--fishing the same waters that fueled the creative fire of Ernest Hemingway and spawned more than 50 international records and hundreds of big game trophies. ... [more]

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show - New location and attractions By Pierson Grant Public Relations, , 8:41 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - GMT
Entering its 55th year, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the largest in-water boat show in the world, is set to take place from Oct. 30 through Nov. 3, attracting an international audience of hundreds of thousands of marine enthusiasts to the 'Yachting Capital of the World.' ... [more]

Launching at Sydney Boat Show - the all new Falcon 300HT-360 HT range By Jeni Bone, , 8:23 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - GMT
The ideal yacht or powerboat tender, capable of carrying up to five passengers and their gear in safety and comfort, the Falcon tender range by BRIG has proven popular all over the world ... [more]

National Sailing Hall of Fame to present Lifetime Achievement Award By Jan Harley, , 8:07 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - Sail-World USA GMT
The Board of Directors of the National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHOF) today announced that it will annually present a new Lifetime Achievement Award starting in 2014. Since 2011 the NSHOF has recognized American sailors, 45 years of age and older, for their impact on the growth and development of the sport in a variety of categories. ... [more]

OK Dinghy Europeans - Beautiful setting for opening ceremony By Robert Deaves, , 7:58 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - GMT
The 2014 OK Dinghy European Championship was officially opened in Steinhude, Germany, Monday evening after 117 entries had been received. Racing is scheduled to begin on Tuesday. The championship is being held at two clubs, Segler-Verein Großenheidorn and Yachtclub Steinhuder Meer, standing side by side in an idyllic location overlooking the Steinhuder Meer. ... [more]

Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup - Tactical evening ahead for the fleet By James Boyd, , 6:12 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - Sail-World UK GMT
Variety has always been the spice of the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup with the 27 boats from France, Scotland, Ireland and England this week getting to sail a mix of inshores, offshores and a race around the Isle of Wight. At 09:30 BST today the fleet of three boat teams set sail from the Royal Yacht Squadron line of Cowes on the 'offshore race', longest and most high scoring of the series. ... [more]

4.8 million Legos all at sea By Adam Clark Estes, , 5:35 PM Monday 21 Jul 2014 - GMT
Along the charming coast of Cornwall, England, there's a beach that's constantly blanketed in Legos. Tiny flippers, little plastic dragons, a brick here and there—these pieces have been washing ashore since a shipping accident in 1997 sent 4.8 million pieces into the sea nearby. And one-by-one, out they come. ... [more]

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