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Now we are entering that time of year when it ALL Happens.
The Sail Melbourne regatta is closing on the Medal Races, the Rolex Trophy series is getting interesting.
Our stories start today with the Mirror Worlds in WA, it's on the same week at the Moth, Dragon, Musto Skiff Worlds, - January 8-15th.
The Australian Etchells Championships will be on then too.
(No we've not forgotten the Sydney to Hobart, plenty of news from that on Sail-World but we send that out in a different newsletter this time of year.
Now it's the Championship Sailing Season - with that bewitching combination of summer and School Holidays.
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Please please draw it to the attention of YOUR Class Nationals event management and Public Relations person.
Over the last year we have run more than 600 event stories uploaded direct to Sail-World.com by smart people, who rather than complaining that no one runs anything about our events, got off their butts and loaded content direct to Sail-World.
Some of the reports were professional, some needed a little work, some were rough diamonds, but the important thing is they reached their target audience. Its a big audience, 100,000 + in Oz and approaching 220,000 world-wide each month.
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International Mirror Class World Championships countdown Yachting WA, With only the decks to be cleared, quite literally for varnishing in the next days, Princess Royal Sailing Club in Albany is ready to host the World Mirror Sailing Championship.... [more] Share this story
Sail-World's Sailing Videos of the Week - Latest news and great action The Sail-World Team, More and more great sailing video footage is turning up online. For your enjoyment Sail-World is going to bring you a mixture of the latests and greatest and some historic footage each week. If you'd like to make sure everyone sees the best old stuff, give us your feedback.... [more] Share this story
Top Guns in Geelong for Etchells Pre-Nationals 2011 Etchells Nationals Media, A fleet of around sixty five one design Etchells will be sailing in the Rex Gorell Prestige Etchells Australian Championship, from the Royal Geelong Yacht Club, Victoria from January 9th to 15th, 2011. This weekend December 18-19th, around a third of that fleet will be racing in a Pre-Nationals event.... [more] Share this story
OK Dinghy World Rankings - New number one Robert Deaves, OK Dinghy World Rankings final release for 2010 brings a familiar face back to the top. This release includes results from the Europeans in Medembik, as well as the Danish, British, Polish, German, Swedish, Belgian and French national championships.... [more] Share this story
NSW Maritime's Operation ‘Lights On' targets boaters this weekend Penny Robbins, NSW Maritime will launch Operation Lights On this weekend to ensure boaters are aware of the need to display correct navigation lights for safety when operating at night.... [more] Share this story
Watch out Geelong - the Brighton boats are coming ! Mandy McEvoy, With the 2011 International Etchell Australian Championships starting in three weeks, we are convening this weekend (18th and 19th December 2010) for the Pre Nationals Regatta at RGYC... [more] Share this story
Victorian Snapper bonanza backed by compliance blitz DPI VIC, Fisheries officers issued more than 50 fines to recreational anglers on the weekend as part of a wide ranging blitz to enforce snapper bag limits and other regulations... [more] Share this story
Good Recreational Fishing idea? Catch a Grant Department of Primary Industries VIC, Fisheries Victoria wishes all recreational anglers a happy and safe festive season with many memorable fishing experiences in the New Year!... [more] Share this story
America's Cup: Venue discussions progress well in Newport, RI Richard Gladwell, Friday 17th December is the deadline set by BMW Oracle Racing's lead negotiator Stephen Barclay to the City of San Francisco to have a signed agreement in front of the team, before they make their decision on the Venue for the 34th America's Cup. Sail-World understands that a bevy of America's Cup negotiators have variously been in Newport RI, this week.... [more] Share this story
Vendée Globe 2012 - Marc Guillemot and the Safran Group to line up Soazig Guého, Vendée Globe 2012 is what the Safran Group, which has been alongside Marc Guillemot since 2005, decided to give some time to the skipper to think about whether he wanted to take part in or not. He has now given his answer. On the 11th November 2012, the skipper from la Trinité will indeed be there on the starting line of the legendary round the world race aboard his 60-foot monohull Safran.... [more] Share this story
Volvo Ocean Race Legends Regatta will see Rothmans back in action Lizzie Ward, Volvo Ocean Race Legends Regatta - Rothmans, skippered by Britain's Lawrie Smith in The Whitbread Round the World Race1989-90 (the forerunner of the Volvo Ocean Race), will sail from Sweden to take part in the Volvo Ocean Race Legends regatta and reunion.... [more] Share this story
Velux 5 Oceans - Sprint 2 sets sail from Cape Town Velux 5 Oceans, The second sprint of the Velux 5 Oceans solo round the world yacht race got underway from Cape Town today bound for Wellington in New Zealand. With the iconic Table Mountain providing a stunning backdrop, the fleet of five international ocean racers crossed the start line beginning a gruelling 7,000 nautical mile sprint across the Southern Ocean.... [more] Share this story
Sail Melbourne - Mixed day four for Aussies Craig Heydon, Australian Sailing Team crews have had a mixed day four at Sail Melbourne. 470 men's crew Mathew Belcher and Malcolm Page had a tough day at the office with a fourth and two fifth places seeing them slip from first to fourth overall.... [more] Share this story
Sail Melbourne - Austrians hold lead in 49ers Craig Heydon, It was a very long day for the 49er crews at Sail Melbourne, after constant wind shifts caused the first race to be delayed. The Austrian pair of Delle Nico and Nikolaus Resch started with a ninth, but got back on track with a second, fourth and fifth to lead on 19 points after discarding the ninth which is their worst result to date.... [more] Share this story
Images from Sail Melbourne 2010 from Vincenzo Baglione Vincenzo Baglione, Photographer Vincenzo Baglione is on the water at Sail Melbourne and kindly shared these images... [more] Share this story
Rolex Trophy - Blackmore's Hooligan has winning edge Di Pearson, Marcus Blackmore and his newly purchased TP52 Hooligan has come out all guns blazing on day one of the Rolex Trophy Series sailed off Sydney Heads today, winning both offshore races after only having two hours sailing time on their new steed.... [more] Share this story
Sail Melbourne - Australians crash as USA, Europeans, Asians surge Craig Heydon, With just three races to sail before Saturday's double-points medal race, the leader boards closed up at Sail Melbourne today. Steady morning winds faded during the day, making conditions tricky and catching some of the big names out.... [more] Share this story
Racing to Coffs – Memoirs of a Coffs Race Addict Damian Devine, To coincide with the RPAYC's 30th Anniversary Pittwater to Coffs Harbour yacht race in January 2011, immediate Past Commodore Angus Gordon (2005-08) has published a book 'Racing to Coffs – Memoirs of a Coffs Race Addict'. The 148 page book is a celebration of the 30th year of the Pittwater to Coffs Race in January 2011.... [more] Share this story
Sailing Fitness and Training - New Edition! Media Services, Secrets of success in sailing are revealed in Dr Michael Blackburn's new edition of Sailing Fitness and Training now, for the first time, available as a digital version - via download on Amazon.com.... [more] Share this story
Rolex Trophy Day One - Thunderstorms add to day one on Sydney Harbour Lisa Ratcliff, Rolex Trophy day one. Principal Race Officer Denis Thompson reported breeze of 20 knots out of the south at the start of the first race, which then eased to 12 knots by the finish of the second race. The thunderstorm in race two pulled the breeze right around, from SE to ENE.... [more] Share this story
Rolex Trophy images by Andrea Francolini Andrea Francolini images and Sail-World.com, Andrea Francolini was busy on day one of The Rolex Trophy on Sydney Harbour.... [more] Share this story
World Sailing Cup Sail Melbourne action images - more images Sail-Worlld.com, World Sailing Cup action at Sail Melbourne, photos from Jeff Crowe of Sports the Library - Days One and Two... [more] Share this story
Marine Rescue NSW - Terry Hills unit weekly roundup Simon Denneen, Marine Rescue NSW - Terry Hills unit weekly roundup - As the holiday season draws nearer the amount of radio traffic and calls for assistance is increasing. This week has seen a diverse number of calls for assistance which are listed.... [more] Share this story
Musto Performance Skiff 2011 World Championship update Richard Ekberg, Musto Performance Skiff 2011 World Championship update - Well it's only a couple of weeks to go before the Broo Worlds in Australia. The sun is shining and the water is gradually warming up.... [more] Share this story
Barcelona World Race - Finals week with title holder Jean Pierre Dick Barcelona World Race, Barcelona World Race - Finals week with title holder Jean Pierre Dick - The champion is back in town as of today.Jean Pierre Dick winner of the first Barcelona World Race with Damian Foxall, returns today (Wednesday) ready to go sailing on Virbac-Paprec 3 for the first time since he finished a slightly problematic and frustrating Route du Rhum last month in a creditable fourth place.... [more] Share this story
Wingsail, foiling but no hulls - Jundt and Mirabaud announce the conce Laurent Koutaïssoff, Jundt and Mirabaud announce the conception of a wing sail for 2011 - Since the radical boat hit the water in April 2008, Mirabaud LX has undergone constant improvement including new floats, sails, foils and continuous fine-tuning to the structure in general.... [more] Share this story
Sail Melbourne - Catch up with all the action Craig Heydon, Sail Melbourne - Catch up with all the action - As the Sail Melbourne regatta reaches the halfway point why not catch up on all the highlights from the first three days online.... [more] Share this story
ISAF invites applications to the 2011 Athlete Participation Programme ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships, ISAF invites applications to the 2011 Athlete Participation Programme - The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) invites applications to the ISAF Athlete Participation Programme for the 2011 ISAF Youth Sailing World Chamiponship.... [more] Share this story
Sail Melbourne - Weather looks better for day four Sam Watson, Sail Melbourne - Racing is due to resume at the ISAF Sailing World Cup on Port Phillip Bay at 11am this morning following yesterday's total cancellation owing to high winds.... [more] Share this story
ISAF World Sailing Rankings - 15 December 2010 ISAF, The ISAF World Sailing Rankings for 15 December 2010 have been released. The next release of the ISAF World Sailing Rankings will be on 9 February 2011 up to and including US SAILING's Rolex Miami OCR, the 470 North American Championships and the RS:X Asian Championships.... [more] Share this story
America's Cup: Event organisers slash Entry Fees and Performance Bonds Richard Gladwell, Several cost-reducing amendments to the America's Cup rules have been adopted, following recommendations from the Competitor Forum, as well as prospective teams. To maintain an open dialogue with current and potential teams, America's Cup Race Management (ACRM) has hosted two briefings to gain insight into the needs of teams. Further discussions between ACRM and the Competitor Forum have result... [more] Share this story
Burke Marine's new Sprint Jacket in store now Colin Burgess, The Burke Sprint Jacket's close athletic fit features articulated sleeves and is complimented by the inclusion of a water resistant storm zip for full protection from spray and water over the decks... [more] Share this story
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