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America's Cup: 12 mths of AC75 sailing reviewed America's Cup: 12 mths of AC75 sailing reviewed It has been 12 months since the AC75's started sailing - how has the class and event shaped up? It has been 12 months since the first AC75's started sailing - Emirates Team New Zealand in Auckland, and American Magic in Rhode Island. There's just three months to the first/third America's Cup World Cup Series. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 26 Sep 22:30 EST Finding Vendée sponsors in spite of the crisis Finding Vendée sponsors in spite of the crisis Romain Attanasio manages to secure a partnership during lockdown Given the current public health situation and the economic difficulties that have arisen, there was the fear that some sailors who had not completed their budget for the Vendée Globe might have found it hard to find sponsors. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 26 Sep 09:43 EST Entry open foLes Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille Entry open foLes Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille April 2021 will see the 12th edition More than ever, the organizers are putting their faith in the future and promising to organize an event with the same excellence as past years, where conversation, competition, and conviviality are on the roster. by Laura Muma Posted 25 Sep 09:36 EST Kit you should carry when sailing at night Kit you should carry when sailing at night Considering night vision and man-overboard safety The nights may be drawing in, however, there's no need to shorten your sailing days. Sailing into dusk and through the night can be one of the most exhilarating and rewarding experiences. by Liz Rushall Posted 25 Sep 07:00 EST Rolex Middle Sea Race edges closer Rolex Middle Sea Race edges closer 79 boats representing 21 countries are currently registered A diverse and attractive fleet given the circumstances, with some fascinating entries. The Royal Malta Yacht Club (RMYC) continues to take nothing for granted. by Rolex Middle Sea Race Media Posted 24 Sep 10:57 EST Vendee Globe: Sleep is an essential requirement Vendee Globe: Sleep is an essential requirement With a direct impact on safety and performance In the very specific, rarefied world of solo ocean racing, sleep has a direct impact on safety and performance. In this first part, we begin with the subject of data with Thomas Ruyant. by Vendee Globe Posted 24 Sep 09:05 EST Gitana Team prepare for the Jules Verne Trophy Gitana Team prepare for the Jules Verne Trophy Maxi Edmond de Rothschild 40 days away from the start of stand-by This figure has been on everyone's minds for many months now; 40 days (23 hours and 30 minutes), is the exact time to beat if the crew of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild is to topple Francis Joyon and IDEC Sport, the current record holders. by Gitana Team Posted 24 Sep 07:03 EST Racing Rules Explainer Episode 2 Racing Rules Explainer Episode 2 Windward Mark Rounding Episode 2 of the Racing Rules Explainer series is now live! This week we look at how to use the Racing Rules of Sailing to improve your windward mark rounding skills. by Tom Chamberlain, RYA Posted 24 Sep 06:00 EST Innovative sustainability program Innovative sustainability program The Race Around intends to revolutionise the offshore sailing industry With three years to go until the start of the first edition of The Race Around, the organisers have announced the most innovative sustainability program in offshore racing. by Sam Holliday Posted 24 Sep 03:56 EST Making life on board bearable Making life on board bearable Ed Gorman looks at the issue of IMOCA comfort, and discomfort The IMOCA fleet has a deserved reputation for exceptional performance, for spectacular displays of awesome speed and power, but it also for being made up of some of the most hostile racing platforms ever used in world sailing. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 23 Sep 13:06 EST Shirley Robertson on her doublehanded aspirations Shirley Robertson on her doublehanded aspirations Shirley Robertson on her aspirations to compete in the Paris 2024 Olympics I checked in with Shirley Robertson (UK), a two-time Olympic gold medalist, via email, to learn more about her aspirations to compete in the new Mixed Two Person Offshore Keelboat event at the Paris 2024 Olympics. by David Schmidt Posted 23 Sep 11:00 EST Bella Mente Racing team set for NYYC Race Week Bella Mente Racing team set for NYYC Race Week It's been a long time coming... It was a long time coming, but Hap Fauth finally has reunited with his sailing family in Newport, R.I. where he will steer his Maxi 72 Bella Mente in this week's NYYC Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex and the Queen's Cup that follows it. by Barby MacGowan Posted 23 Sep 06:25 EST Three members announced for 11th Hour Racing Team Three members announced for 11th Hour Racing Team Great Britain's Simon Fisher and Rob Greenhalgh, together with Australia's Kyle Langford Three new sailing crew have been signed by 11th Hour Racing Team, the US-based offshore sailing team with a sight set on winning The Ocean Race 2022-23 by 11th Hour Racing Team Posted 23 Sep 01:25 EST A Blocks Newsline Special A Blocks Newsline Special Helping you understand the Barton range and choose the right blocks Did you know that our range of blocks includes over 1000 products to cater for every task on boats up to 15m/50ft. We have dedicated this Newsline to helping you understand our range and choose the right blocks every time to control the power aboard. by Barton Marine Posted 22 Sep 13:00 EST Appreciating our community's leadership role Appreciating our community's leadership role Sailors play a vital role in driving ocean health Having grown up sailing and cruising Maine's DownEast waters, I'm no stranger to pea-soup fog, but until last week I had never experienced a situation where visibility was reduced to just a few hundred feet due to anything besides fog. by David Schmidt Posted 22 Sep 11:00 EST America's Cup Rialto: Taking on the white water America's Cup Rialto: Taking on the white water Defiant was the only AC75 sailing today, docking out just before noon heading for a seabreeze After yesterday's action on the Waitemata Harbour with Emirates Team New Zealand and American Magic sailing in a staged race, today was very tame by comparison. Defiant was the only AC75 sailing today, docking out just before noon by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 22 Sep 10:39 EST Handy New Drybags From Zhik Handy New Drybags From Zhik Joining the range of technical luggage are two different handy dry bags Joining Zhik's range of technical luggage for sailing and watersports, are two different handy dry bags. The perfect Christmas gift?! by Liz Rushall Posted 22 Sep 09:05 EST Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image deadline approaching Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image deadline approaching There are only two weeks left to send in your photo We kindly remind you that the deadline for taking part in the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image of the Century photo contest is October 6, 2020. There are only two weeks left to send in your photo! by Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Posted 22 Sep 06:34 EST Mirabaud Sailing Video of the Century Mirabaud Sailing Video of the Century Rewarding the best videos produced between 2000 and 2020 The Mirabaud Sailing Video of the Century celebrates the best sailing videos produced since 2000. In this very special year, most sailing events have been cancelled. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 21 Sep 18:10 EST America's Cup Rialto: Two AC75's race in Auckland America's Cup Rialto: Two AC75's race in Auckland The two AC75's currently in Auckland met up on the Waitemata Harbour on Monday afternoon The two AC75's currently in Auckland met up on the Waitemata Harbour this afternoon for the first shoot-out of the 36th America's Cup. Fortuitously the two teams were both training on Course C. Updated with an amazing 19 minute video by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 21 Sep 11:25 EST
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