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Bow Caddy Media HIRW videos Bow Caddy Media HIRW videos Bow Caddy Media have delivered this package of videos from the 2019 HIRW Bow Caddy Media have delivered this package of videos covering all the action from the 2019 Hamilton Island Race Week. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 23 Aug 10:22 AEST Rolex New York YC Invitational Cup preview Rolex New York YC Invitational Cup preview Southern Hemisphere clubs among favorites for sixth edition Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron currently has sailing's most prestigious silver ewer on display in its clubhouse on the Auckland waterfront. But this September, the yacht club will aim to add to its crowded trophy case another coveted sailing prize. by Stuart Streuli Posted 23 Aug 04:31 AEST TF35 boat zero unveiled on Lake Geneva TF35 boat zero unveiled on Lake Geneva Designed with the ambitious brief to offer top-level foiling Having lead the process of development to create the D35, Ernesto Bertarelli is once again one of the committed group of owners involved in the development of the TF35. by Bertrand Favre Posted 23 Aug 03:39 AEST Entry open for Dragon 90th Anniversary Regatta Entry open for Dragon 90th Anniversary Regatta Already more than 150 crews from 24 nations have entered This very special birthday is being marked with an extraordinary Dragon 90th Anniversary Gala Regatta, hosted by the International Dragon Association in partnership with the Yacht Club Sanremo, Italy. by Fiona Brown Posted 23 Aug 00:54 AEST J/70 UK Nationals preview J/70 UK Nationals preview This weekend's regatta is far more than a curtain raiser for the Worlds 35 teams will be racing at the open national championships with top British teams taking on a stellar international fleet from Australia, Brazil, Cyprus, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the USA. by Louay Habib Posted 22 Aug 23:52 AEST Ready Steady Tokyo day 6 Ready Steady Tokyo day 6 Light winds mar final day of Olympic test event in Enoshima, Japan Just one Medal Race could be sailed on Day 6 of Ready Steady Tokyo - Sailing, the official test event for Tokyo 2020 in Enoshima. Only the 470 Women's Medal Race went ahead, starting just after 16:00 local time. by Liz Owen, World Sailing Posted 22 Aug 22:17 AEST Australian sailors at Ready Steady Tokyo day 6 Australian sailors at Ready Steady Tokyo day 6 Aussies take gold and silver at Tokyo Test Event Mat Belcher and Will Ryan won Gold in the Men's 470 and Tom Burton Silver in the Laser at the Ready Steady Tokyo Test event in Japan today. With no breeze on the final day, the final day's medal races were cancelled and the outcomes thus pre-determined. by John Curnow / Australian Sailing Team Posted 22 Aug 22:02 AEST Hamilton Island Race Week day 4 Hamilton Island Race Week day 4 Mad aliens and wipe-outs on a windy day The brand new Tf10 Mad Max up on one hull through a gybe and Kim William's Melges 32 Rock n Roll living up to its name by performing a massive wipe-out at the northern end of Dent Island in a gust made for a colourful day four of racing. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted 22 Aug 20:39 AEST Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo overall Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo overall Windless end with medals for Hungary, The Netherlands and Britain Ready Steady Tokyo, the Olympic Test Event concluded Thursday after the medal race was abandoned because of insufficient wind. by Robert Deaves Posted 22 Aug 19:47 AEST Great Britain SailGP Team's nosedive Great Britain SailGP Team's nosedive What happened to them at the Cowes SailGP? With the help of on board footage, expert commentator Matt Cornwell explains exactly what happened in the moments leading up to the Brits' violent nosedive in race 1 at Cowes SailGP. by Matt Cornwell / SailGP Posted 22 Aug 18:15 AEST Living large at Hamilton Island Race Week Living large at Hamilton Island Race Week You don't have to scratch far below the surface You don't have to scratch far below the surface of the Hamilton Island Cruising classes at Hamilton Island Race Week to realise that it's unwise to draw comparisons between the speed and performance of these boats by Crosbie Lorimer Posted 22 Aug 18:00 AEST Fleet leaves Clipper Race HQ for London Fleet leaves Clipper Race HQ for London Eleven strong fleet of identical 70 foot yachts prepares for the circumnavigation Clipper Race HQ was a hive of activity this morning as the eleven strong fleet of identical 70 foot yachts prepared to depart for London. Almost 175 crew signed up to sail from Gosport to St Katharine Docks, with the teams waved off by locals by Clipper Round the World Posted 22 Aug 17:58 AEST Hamilton Island Race Week: Images from Day 4 Hamilton Island Race Week: Images from Day 4 Images of the MOD70 Beau Geste, sailing at 20kts plus on Day 4 of Hamilton Island Race Week Day 4 of racing at Hamilton Island Race Week was marked by a fresh breeze which eased away to 15kts to provide very pleasant full sail conditions. We caught up with the MOD70 Beau Geste for these images of one of the faster boats on the planet by Richard Gladwell Posted 22 Aug 17:18 AEST 2019 J/111 Worlds at Chicago day 1 2019 J/111 Worlds at Chicago day 1 Worth the wait following storms that rolled through Following storms that rolled through Chicago on Tuesday, 23 J/111s had to wait a bit longer still on Wednesday to launch the 2019 J/111 World Championship, hosted by Chicago Yacht Club. by Julie & Chris Howell Posted 22 Aug 13:51 AEST Palermo-Montecarlo Race - Preview Palermo-Montecarlo Race - Preview Palermo-Montecarlo set sail from Sicily This is the 15th running of Palermo-Montecarlo, originally designed by the Monaco Consul and the City of Palermo Sports Council, to 'unite two historically friendly cities through a yacht race'. by James Boyd Posted 22 Aug 06:08 AEST Ready Steady Tokyo day 5 Ready Steady Tokyo day 5 China dominate RS:X class racing in Enoshima, Japan Five Medal Races took place on the fifth day of racing at Ready Steady Tokyo - Sailing, with the top three sailors of each fleet laying down the marker ahead of next year's Games. by Liz Owen, World Sailing Posted 21 Aug 23:55 AEST Australian sailors at Ready Steady Tokyo day 5 Australian sailors at Ready Steady Tokyo day 5 Golden waters of Enoshima on offer again as Aussies enter Medal Races Mat Belcher and Will Ryan continued their winning ways, with a win first up and then a third place in the second race seeing them take a two-point lead into tomorrow's all-important 470 medal race. by John Curnow / Australian Sailing Team Posted 21 Aug 22:37 AEST Medal Races of consequence decide medals Medal Races of consequence decide medals Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have stamped their authority on the 49er class Finishing eighth in the double-points medal race was enough to secure victory for Burling and Tuke. The Kiwis spent the entire medal race matching the Polish team who were the only team that could catch them, disregarding their own finishing position. by 49er & Nacra 17 Sailing Posted 21 Aug 22:27 AEST Hamilton Island Race Week: Fast rides on Day 3 Hamilton Island Race Week: Fast rides on Day 3 Mark Richards on Wild Oats present and future... Beau Geste hits 35kts on the first reach The skipper of Wild Oats X, Mark Richards reflects on Day 3 of Hamilton Island Race Week, and elaborates of the changes being med to supermaxi Wild Oats XI. Beau Geste turned the media heads with her rocketing ride on the first leg. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 21 Aug 21:53 AEST Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo day 5 Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo day 5 Zsombor Berecz secures gold in Enoshima with three way fight for other medals Finn World Champion Zsombor Berecz, from Hungary, has secured the Ready Steady Tokyo Olympic Test Event, with a day to spare after sealing victory on Wednesday in Enoshima, Japan. by Robert Deaves Posted 21 Aug 21:32 AEST Viper 640 Worlds at Alamitos Bay YC day 1 Viper 640 Worlds at Alamitos Bay YC day 1 Local talent in the lead with a very tight pack nipping at the heels Jay Golison, Steve Flam, and Eric Doyle from the host Alamitos Bay Yacht Club (Long Beach, CA) sit atop the leader board after the first three races of the Goslings 2019 Viper 640 World Championship. by Edward R. Padin Posted 21 Aug 13:24 AEST Karver Sailing - Ready for the upcoming season Karver Sailing - Ready for the upcoming season Any Port Marine exhibited recently at the Sydney International Boat Show. Any Port Marine, the Australian Karver distributor based on Sydney's Northern beaches, exhibited recently at the Sydney International Boat show. by Jon Kimberley Posted 21 Aug 10:37 AEST Rolex TP52 World Championship preview Rolex TP52 World Championship preview Will showcase the very best in inshore yacht racing Rolex is marking the third year of its partnership as Official Timepiece of the 52 Super Series and Title Sponsor of its pinnacle annual event, the Rolex TP52 World Championship. by Quinag Posted 21 Aug 05:44 AEST Australian sailors at Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 Australian sailors at Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 Aussies rising to the top of their game With nine Australian sailors inside the top 10 of their classes, and four more within striking distance, it is a good platform to set the Australian Sailing Team up for the biggest game on the planet - the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. by Australian Sailing Team Posted 21 Aug 03:22 AEST Images from Day 3 Hamilton Island Race Week Images from Day 3 Hamilton Island Race Week Sail-World's Richard Gladwell was among a contingent of photographers on the water. The big breeze forecast for the third day of racing at Hamilton Island Race Week caused the postponement of racing, with an early afternoon start once the wind had eased a little. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 21 Aug 01:41 AEST Images from Hamilton Island Race Week - Day 3 Images from Hamilton Island Race Week - Day 3 Hamilton Island Race Week - Day 3 Images from an airborne Salty Dingo One of Australia's top photographers, Craig Greenhill was in the skies for Day 3 of the Hamilton Island Race Week. by Craig Greenhill Posted 21 Aug 01:18 AEST Ready Steady Tokyo, Hinman, women's match racing Ready Steady Tokyo, Hinman, women's match racing Latest Sail-World USA newsletter from David Schmidt While the start of summer 2019 was dominated by offshore-racing news, the news cycle from summer's second half is being ruled by small boat sailing. by David Schmidt Posted 21 Aug 01:00 AEST 49er, FX & Nacra17s at Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 49er, FX & Nacra17s at Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 Another day of racing and yet another style of breeze Another day of racing and another style of breeze for the Tokyo2020 Olympic Test event. In a much more stable and predictable sea breeze the Nacra17 leaderboard tightened up around the top five teams as we head into tomorrow's double points medal race. by 49er & Nacra 17 Sailing Posted 21 Aug 00:46 AEST Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 Zsombor Berecz keeps his cool to extend lead Zsombor Berecz, from Hungary has extended his lead to 16 points over Giles Scott, from Britain, with Nicholas Heiner, from The Netherlands a further five points back. Race wins on Tuesday went to Scott and Joan Cardona from Spain. by Robert Deaves Posted 21 Aug 00:34 AEST Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 Ready Steady Tokyo day 4 Medal Race stakes high with Olympic qualification looming The pressure will be on tomorrow at Ready Steady Tokyo - Sailing, with fleet racing wrapped up in five Olympic events on Day 4. by Liz Owen, World Sailing Posted 21 Aug 00:02 AEST Hamilton Island Race Week Day 3 Hamilton Island Race Week Day 3 Beau Geste hits 35kts plus on Day 3, as the monohulls clocked 25kts on fast ride. With two days of light airs kicking off Hamilton Island Race Week, the hype building for some serious heavy air racing on day three delivered. Big Tuesday opened with a bang, the southeast winds whistling across Dent Passage. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted 20 Aug 20:52 AEST Concierge Traveller Spring Series race 2 Concierge Traveller Spring Series race 2 Continuing the theme of wild, windy conditions Race 2 of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's 2019 Concierge Traveller Spring Series continued the theme of wild, windy conditions, with the return of sub-20-degree temperatures and 20-25 knots! by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 20 Aug 19:08 AEST Dangerous surf conditions along most of NSW coast Dangerous surf conditions along most of NSW coast Sydney, Macquarie, Hunter, Illawarra, Batemans, Eden boat owners warned Boat owners are advised that dangerous surf conditions are forecast today and tomorrow along the NSW Southern and Central to Mid-North coasts. by Emily Rundle Posted 20 Aug 18:59 AEST Australians prepped and ready for 5.5 Metre Worlds Australians prepped and ready for 5.5 Metre Worlds Heading to Pittwater in little more than four months' time In little more than four months' time, the 5.5 Metre Class World Championship 2020 and its lead-in events will be heading to Pittwater, where the locals are prepped, ready and excited for what lies ahead at the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club (RPAYC) by Di Pearson Posted 20 Aug 14:54 AEST Images from Hamilton Island Race Week - Day 2 Images from Hamilton Island Race Week - Day 2 Craig (Salty Dingo) Greenhill was on the water again for Day 2 of Hamilton Island Race Week Craig (Salty Dingo) Greenhill was on the water again for Day 2 of Hamilton Island Race Week - here's his take on the day - mostly with some spectacular images shot from a drone that show the Whitsundays at their best. by Craig Greenhill Posted 20 Aug 11:48 AEST Warren Jones International Youth Regatta 2020 Warren Jones International Youth Regatta 2020 Expressions of interest closing soon! The Warren Jones International Youth Regatta will be celebrating its' 18th Birthday in 2020! Hosted by the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club, 2020's Warren Jones Regatta will be sailed from Monday, 27th through to Friday, 31st January by Swan River Sailing Posted 20 Aug 10:03 AEST Hamilton Island Race Week: Tour de Whitsundays Hamilton Island Race Week: Tour de Whitsundays A year ago, we were out chasing two supermaxis as they match raced around Baynham Island This time a year ago the two supermaxis, Wild Oats XI and Black Jack ducked and dived through the shifts and squalls with frequent lead changes. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 20 Aug 01:25 AEST Hamilton Island Race Week day 2 Hamilton Island Race Week day 2 Day two was the classic calm before the storm Trade winds lightened throughout the afternoon of Monday August 19, the morning 10 knot sou'easter fading to 6-7 knots for the some of the Hamilton Island Class cruiser-racers which struggled to the finish line. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted 20 Aug 00:41 AEST Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo day 3 Finn fleet at Ready Steady Tokyo day 3 Andy Maloney strikes back, but Zsombor Berecz is back in front Zsombor Berecz, from Hungary, is back in front in the Finn fleet at the Ready Steady Tokyo Olympic Test Event in Enoshoma, Japan. He now has a nine point advantage over Giles Scott, from Britain, with Nicholas Heiner another five points behind Scott. by Robert Deaves Posted 19 Aug 23:21 AEST Ready Steady Tokyo day 3 Ready Steady Tokyo day 3 Enoshima winds proving difficult to predict As Ready Steady Tokyo - Sailing, the official test event for Tokyo 2020, reaches its mid-way point, it's fair to say that all 353 athletes here have been put through their paces so far. by Liz Owen, World Sailing Posted 19 Aug 23:05 AEST
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