Sail-World.com Saturday 15 March 2014
News - World & Australia
Alex Thomson reflects on the Hugo Boss mast walk - Never Again!
The Daily Telegraph's yachting correspondent, Kate Laven, talks with Alex Thomson after his his mast-walking exploit
Melges 32 Australian Championships - Spectacular action on the harbour
The Melges 32 fleet started their 2014 Australian Championships today on Spectacular Sydney Harbour.
Researcher examines 'current leaks' that may change the way you sail
Researcher Isabela Le Bras investigates how the ocean currents we sail interact with the Earth's changing climate
Grand Prix of Qatar - Jonas Andersson claims pole position
The Grand Prix of Qatar, opening round of the 2014 UIM F1 H2O World Championship, gets underway tomorrow in Doha.
Clipper Round the World Race – Another win confirmed for Great Britain
In the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, Great Britain has been confirmed in first place of Race 9.1 to Qingdao.
ISAF Personal Safety Course Providers train in Great Britain
In 2003, the International Sailing Federation introduced a standard basic syllabus for the training of safety courses.
Busan confirmed as bidder for 2018 ISAF Sailing World Championships
Inside the Games reports that Busan has made a late entry in the race to host the 2018 ISAF Sailing World Championships.
NMMA Canada supports Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement
The NMMA Canada has announced its support for the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA).
America's Cup: Kiwi World Champion signs with Italians
Adam Minoprio, the 2010 World Match Racing Champion, has signed with the Italian team for the 2017 America's Cup.
Predictwind: Tracking Cyclone Lusi as she hits New Zealand Update #2
Tropical Cyclone Lusi is predicted to hit New Zealand, on Friday bringing strong winds and rain
America's Cup: Rome Kirby: 'What we did was pretty cool'
Rome Kirby, the sole US crew member on Oracle Team USA, explains his reaction to winning the 34th America's Cup
RS Feva – A number of events on the horizon
The RS Feva European Championships are set to take place 29th - 31st May. Entries for this three day event are now open.
Maritime Alert - Dangerous surf conditions for North Coast boaters
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a warning about dangerous surf conditions from north of Port Stephens.
25th Airlie Beach Race Week 2014 - Entries are now open
2014 Airlie Beach Race Week - Entries are now open for the 25th anniversary of Airlie Beach Race Week
Yamaha’s latest 4-strokes announced and available
Yamaha, New Zealand’s most popular outboard brand, has added a new F175A and a new F115B to their award-winning range
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