One twist, was that Justice Kornreich tried to set up a mediation process between the parties. Whether this will fly remains an interesting issue. Top of the list of mediators she suggested was Justice Herman Cahn, who had heard the numerous previous motions in the NY Supreme Court on this vexed matters.
In Europe, the second race of the Audi MedCup, spluttered and spluttered in light winds. The breeze appeared for the third day of racing+ when officials were able to get three races away.
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Start of Race 2, from the leeward end, with Bigamist 7 clearly over the line and Quantum Racing nearest the camera ARL Media
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America's Cup Court decision again goes in favour of BMW Oracle Richard Gladwell, Sail-World, Societe Nautique de Geneve, the club Defending the America's Cup has lost all the decisions handed down in the New York Supreme Court today. For the first time in a almost two year legal saga, Justice Shirley Werner Kornreich ruled from the bench of the Court rather than reserving her Decision.... [more] Onsend this story
Spirit of Sailing Gala Fundraiser a huge success Community Sailing of Colorado, It's about the Kids!' was heard all evening at the 10th Annual Spirit of Sailing Gala Fundraiser. During 2008, over 465 children attended Community Sailing's programs. This event raised over $42,000 and will be used to provide scholarships and tuition assistance for disadvantaged children and expand Community Sailing of Colorado's summer camp.... [more] Onsend this story
9th Annual Summer Sailstice Holiday launches June 20 and 21 Event media, Summer Sailstice announced June 20-21 for this year's annual sailing holiday on the summer solstice weekend and expects record participation as people sail away their cares and show support for ocean conservation... [more] Onsend this story
Q in charge at 2009 Melges 32 East Coast Championship Joy Dunigan, Light and tricky conditions place Swartz's Q in charge at the 2009 Melges 32 East Coast Championship. Despite the brutal weather conditions on Thursday, seven Melges 32 teams prepared for racing... [more] Onsend this story
Portimao Global Ocean Race leader heading for Charleston finish line Oliver Dewar, After 20 days of racing from Ilhabela, Brazil, the Portimão Global Ocean Race fleet leader is just hours from the finish line in Charleston, South Carolina. Beluga Racer is 102 miles from the finish line with average speeds dropping slightly to 7.6 knots in the final approach to the American coast.... [more] Onsend this story
Cammas and Groupama 3 crew set new Trans-Mediterranean record Groupama 3 media, Franck Cammas and his Groupama 3 crew have bagged the first record of their 2009 campaign beating the time set by Bruno Peyron in 2004 between Marseilles and Carthage. Groupama 3 covered the 458 miles separating Marseilles from Carthage at an average speed of 26.72 knots, compared with an average of 25.53 knots for Orange II... [more] Onsend this story
Don't throw away your paper charts! - GPS failings to come Blackwattle Studios, A report just out by the Government Accountability Office of the USA has revealed significant issues with the future of the GPS world wide system, currently provided free by the USA. The report is entitled 'Significant Challenges in Sustaining and Upgrading Widely Used Capabilities' and was released last week.... [more] Onsend this story
IYRS celebrates restored 1831 Aquidneck Mill building opening Cynthia Goss, The International Yacht Restoration School celebrated a milestone in the school's history on May 14: the official opening of the newly restored 1831 Aquidneck Mill building.... [more] Onsend this story
Ericsson 4 skipper warns not to under estimate leg 7 Volvo Ocean Race Volvo Ocean Race media, The Volvo Ocean Race fleet is ready to face the North Atlantic for leg seven as the teams make their final preparations ahead of Saturday's start. Torben Grael, skipper of the overall race leader, Ericsson 4, cautioned that this leg could be a brutal one.... [more] Onsend this story
iShares Cup Venice - BMW Oracle leads after five hotly contested races iShares Cup media, iShares Cup Venice and the 10 Extreme 40s put away five races this afternoon, before the breeze died. With two consecutive second places and a win in race 3, Gitana Extreme - Groupe LCF Rothschild impressed by their speed, consistency and tactics, and with BMW Oracle and Renaissance (Oman Sail) having posted a win each, the leading boats were clearly identified early in the competition.... [more] Onsend this story
Consistency pays as winds return to Audi MedCup circuit in Alicante MedCup Media, Consistency was the key once again as champions Quantum Racing emerge to lead the TP52 series after three great races, while Roma 2 leads the GP42 Series. At times it was spectacular as the sea breeze off Alicante built to 17 knots at times, but it was never easy or straightforward as the Audi MedCup champions Quantum Racing (USA) eased into the overall lead of the City of Alicante Trophy Rega... [more] Onsend this story
Solar Cup three day race event starts Friday Rob Hallwachs, Solar Cup to bring nearly 600 high school students on 33 teams to Lake Skinner for three days of qualifying, racing May 15-17. After Friday's inspections and qualifying, the competition culminates this Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17 with solar-powered endurance and sprint races. Sunlight is the only power source that can be used for propulsion.... [more] Onsend this story
Now oficially the 'Pure Michigan' Bayview Mackinac Race Bayview Mackinac Race media, The 'Pure Michigan Bayview Mackinac Race' title was chosen by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation's (MEDC) Travel Bureau and Bayview Yacht Club as the official name of the 85th sailing of the 2009 race that starts in Port Huron... [more] Onsend this story
Beluga Racer increases the lead over Portimao Global Ocean Race fleet Oliver Dewar, Portimão Global Ocean Race leaders Boris Herrmann and Felix Oehme on Beluga Racer extending their lead over their Chilean rivals Felipe Cubillos and José Muñoz on damaged Class 40 Desafio Cabo de Hornos. For solo sailor Michel Kleinjans on Roaring Forty, the remaining 700 miles to the finish line is a matter of making good speed and limiting further damage to his sail wardrobe.... [more] Onsend this story
Groupama 3 off on Mediterranean record attempt Groupama 3, Groupama 3 set off on the Mediterranean record this Friday morning at exactly 0719 UT. Groupama 3 will have to arrive in Carthage before 01hrs 15' 33' (UT) on Saturday 16th May in order to break the record set by Bruno Peyron.... [more] Onsend this story
Fickle breeze - on MedCup Day 2 Event Media, Grant Dalton says fickle breeze is putting race officers under pressure. 'With two race days gone and only one of the scheduled six races sailed the race committee will be hoping that the forecast for better a better breeze tomorrow is accurate.'... [more] Onsend this story
Ingrid Abery images from iShares Cup Practice Day in Venice Ingrid Abery images/iShares Cup media, The three practice races that took place today in Venice confirmed what everyone predicted: the level of competition of the 2009 iShares Cup is very high! Gitana Extreme, Groupama and Oman Sail's Masirah each came ashore with a victory, the final race of the day having been particularly close-fought and spectacular. Photographer Ingrid Abery supplied these images from the day... [more] Onsend this story
Puma prepared for transatlantic leg of Volvo Ocean Race Puma Ocean Racing Team media, The Puma Ocean Racing team will line up with the six other Volvo Ocean Race entrants for the start of Leg seven from Boston, USA to Galway, Ireland at 13:00 local (17:00 GMT) this Saturday.... [more] Onsend this story
Groupama 3 go to Code Green for Friday record attempt Cammas/Groupama 3 media, Code green for Groupama 3 and Franck Cammas' crew - departure from Marseilles scheduled tomorrow morning, in a bid to break the Mediterranean record. Franck Cammas, skipper of Groupama 3, and Sylvain Mondon from Météo France, have just confirmed the presence of a favourable weather window to tackle the Mediterranean crossing record held by Bruno Peyron for the past five years... [more] Onsend this story
No help from the breeze on Day 2 of Audi MedCup in Alicante MedCup Media, Capricious early season breezes off Alicante refused to co-operate to allow any racing today on the Audi MedCup Circuit where the GP42 class were due to make their debut on the world's leading regatta circuit.... [more] Onsend this story
Rolex Fastnet - An Open and Shut Case Key Partners (KPMS), Applications for the 2009 Rolex Fastnet opened on 1 January and effectively closed two months later when the 300 cap on entries was reached. Organisers, the Royal Ocean Racing Club, immediately set up a waiting list, which currently stands at seventy... [more] Onsend this story
If it doesn't float, is it a 'boat'? Mirabaud LX/Sail-World.com, The 2009 version of the Mirabaud LX foiler has been presented to the public and media this morning during a press conference at the Société Nautique de Genève. Supported by Mirabaud & Cie, Banquiers Privés, Thomas Jundt's foiler has captivated the national and international sailing audience last year thanks to its revolutionary concept. But is it a boat?... [more] Onsend this story
Four fleets to contest Rolex Capri Sailing Week KPMS, At Rolex Capri Sailing Week this year four fleets will be competing on waters of the Gulf of Naples. Farr 40s, Swan 45s, Club Swan 42s and Comets take to the racecourse in a week's time. The current entry list shows seventeen Farr 40s including current and three-time world champion, Vincenzo Onorato and Mascalzone Latino... [more] Onsend this story
Salvesen and Thomson on Team Mowgli thunder northwards Oliver Dewar, Portimao Global Ocean Race leaders Boris Herrmann and Felix Oehme on Beluga Racer are currently just under 600 miles from the finish line. The British double-handed crew of Jeremy Salvesen and David Thomson on board third place Team Mowgli remain the fastest boat in the fleet and have reduced their deficit to Beluga Racer by approximately 50 miles during the past 24 hours... [more] Onsend this story
PredictWind: Stronger winds expected for rest of MedCup Richard Gladwell, Sail-World, The wind prognosis from www.predictwind.com!PredictWind.com is for stronger winds for the rest of the week at the Audi MedCup in Alicante. Winds are expected to build to around 15-20 kts each day, peaking in the early afternoon - with almost no wind at all in the morning.... [more] Onsend this story
ISAF Mid-Year Meeting - moves on multihulls ISAF Media, The ISAF Strategic Plan and 2012 Olympic Games were key topics amongst the issued discussed at the ISAF Mid-Year Meeting held in Warsaw, Poland from 7-11 May. ISAF President Goran Petersson chaired the Council meeting on Saturday 9 May, covering a number of important issues including the '11th medal' at the 2012 London Olympic Games and the approval of two new ISAF members and classes.... [more] Onsend this story
Ray Davies and Paul Cayard join RC 44 Class RC 44 media, The third event of the RC 44 Championship Tour 2009 will take place in Austria on May 27 - 31. Team New Zealand's Ray Davies joins the RC 44 Class on board Pieter Heerema's No Way Back, whilst Paul Cayard steps onboard Igor Lah's Ceeref. The four leaders of the Tour are separated by four points only.... [more] Onsend this story
Inaugural Farr 40 Chesapeake Fleet Regatta Dana Paxton, Annapolis sailboat racer Rod Jabin started something when he and a crew of Chesapeake Bay sailors on Ramrod were top U.S. finishers at the prestigious Rolex Farr 40 World Championship in Miami last year. Annapolis-based racers have jumped into the hotly competitive class and formed the new Chesapeake Bay Farr 40 Fleet.... [more] Onsend this story
Crew Lists for Volvo OR leg 7: Fisher off, Martinez on Telefonica Blue Riath Al-Samarrai/Volvo Ocean race media, Telefonica Blue helmsman Simon Fisher has confirmed he will miss the leg seven race across the Atlantic in order to 'recuperate' ahead of the final stages of the event. Volvo Ocean Race crew lists for leg 7 - Boston to Galway.... [more] Onsend this story
Images from Alicante: Emirates Team New Zealand, Race 1 Chris Cameron - Emirates Team NZ, Emirates Team New Zealand's Chris Cameron filed these images from the first day of racing in the MedCup at Alicante, Spain.... [more] Onsend this story
Marazzi Sailing penalised 3 points for weight violation MedCup Media, After a minor crew weight violation, measured to be slightly over the class crew weight limit of 1273 kilos, Switzerland's Marazzi Sailing have been penalised three points and effectively lost out on their maiden race win in the 2009 Audi MedCup Circuit.The team which is skippered by the Swiss Olympic Star sailor Flavio Marazzi were officially measured to be above the limit by a very small margin.... [more] Onsend this story
Swiss (almost) win first ever Audi MedCup Circuit event Event media, As a result of being officially measured over the crew weight limit for the TP52 Class by a small margin, Switzerland's Marazzi Sailing have been penalised three points from their aggregate score, effectively negating their opening race win at the City of Alicante Trophy regatta, the first event of the 2009 Audi MedCup Circuit... [more] Onsend this story
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