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Not Dead... Not Dead... Australian Sailing's Lifetime Achievement Award goes to John McConaghy A terrific Statesman of yachting had Australian Sailing's Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed upon him on Friday night. In his acceptance speech, John McConaghy noted that usually they hand these out just before you departed. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 20 Oct 21:00 UTC Joan joins Alexia for Transat Jacques Vabre 2019 Joan joins Alexia for Transat Jacques Vabre 2019 “I didn't choose Joan because she is a woman” The progress of equality in sailing can often resemble the turning of an oil tanker rather than a carbon fibre racing boat, but there are some new grounds for optimism at sea. by Media TJV 2019 Posted 20 Oct 18:14 UTC 47th St. Thomas International Regatta preview 47th St. Thomas International Regatta preview Get ready to STIR up the fun! Everyone is invited! STIR 2020 invites CSA (Caribbean Sailing Association-handicap rule), racing, cruising and bareboat classes; IRC; ORC; Multihull, Beach Cats and One-Design classes with a minimum length of 20 feet. by Carol Bareuther Posted 20 Oct 15:18 UTC Rolex Middle Sea Race - First 24 hours Rolex Middle Sea Race - First 24 hours The line honours leaders are now exiting the Strait of Messina on their way to Stromboli The Swan 42 out of Italy owned by Renzo Grotessi currently leads overall on IRC, followed by the French IRC52 Arobasa2 and the Cookson 50 Kuka 3. More in my update recapping the start, and following the boats through the Strait. by Nic Douglass Posted 20 Oct 14:38 UTC 6th Venice Hospitality Challenge concludes 6th Venice Hospitality Challenge concludes Gašper Vincec and the maxi Way of Life enjoyed their second consecutive victorious Saturday The sixth edition of the Venice Hospitality Challenge took place Saturday, endorsed by the International Maxi Association. In this Gašper Vincec and the maxi Way of Life enjoyed their second consecutive victorious Saturday. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 20 Oct 12:20 UTC North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief The Nations Trophy, Dragon 90th Anniversary, Sailing on repeat, Why the best choose Southern Spars Three podium sweeps, two world titles, and one European champion for North Sails clients in Palma at the Swan Mediterranean League Grand Finale. by North Sails Posted 20 Oct 11:00 UTC Garatu crowned J/80 Copa de Espana Champion Garatu crowned J/80 Copa de Espana Champion Winning in a tie-breaker on countback over Gandara's Okofen Twenty J/80 teams from across the Spanish peninsula were competing in their annual J/80 Copa de Espana this past weekend in Coruna, Spain. Hosting the event was the Real Club Náutico de La Coruña. by J/Boats Posted 20 Oct 09:42 UTC 10th Anniversary Catamarans Cup 2019 opens 10th Anniversary Catamarans Cup 2019 opens Stay tuned as the party starts now! Check-in took place in Alimos Marina followed by the opening ceremony where all the participants enjoyed a welcoming dinner. All teams were presented and the winners of the Best Crew Style were awarded. by Catamarans Cup International Regatta Posted 20 Oct 09:36 UTC 18ft Skiff Spring Championship Race 2 18ft Skiff Spring Championship Race 2 Another brilliant exhibition from the Noakesailing 18ft Skiff team The Noakesailing 18ft Skiff team of Sean Langman, Ed Powys and Nathan Edwards produced another brilliant exhibition to score their second consecutive win in Race 2 of the Australian 18 Footers League's Spring Championship on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 20 Oct 08:07 UTC Time-limited discounts at P&B Time-limited discounts at P&B Grab a bargain before it's too late! This autumn P&B are giving you some fantastic discounts on a huge range of sails and covers, hand built in the UK using the very latest in sail design technology and materials from the top manufacturers in the industry. by P&B Posted 20 Oct 08:00 UTC The Ocean Race: Building a team for a dream The Ocean Race: Building a team for a dream The Austrian Ocean Race Project has christened its VO65 'Sisi' Last week, the Austrian Ocean Race Project launched its campaign for The Ocean Race with the christening of its VO65 race boat at a ceremony in Portopiccolo, in the Gulf of Trieste in Italy. by The Ocean Race Posted 20 Oct 07:27 UTC SB20 Australian women take on the World SB20 Australian women take on the World Tasmanian women's and youth team ready to take on the world's best in Hyeres The 2019 SB20 World Championship starts in Hyeres on Monday and Tasmanian women's and youth team, Essence of Athena, is ready to take on the world's best SB20 sailors. by Jane Austin Posted 20 Oct 04:53 UTC 2019 International Masters Regatta day 2 2019 International Masters Regatta day 2 Andy Roy leads Chuck Sinks by just two points It was moving day at the 2019 International Masters Regatta and the skippers are getting more comfortable making their homes on the scoresheet and moving in on their competitors. by Casey Allocco Posted 20 Oct 01:19 UTC 2019 Caribbean Sailing Week day 2 2019 Caribbean Sailing Week day 2 Commitment to regional collaboration The Caribbean regatta calendar and the support of management and participation of Caribbean Regattas was the central element of the presentations and discussions at today's session of the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) Conference. by Caribbean Sailing Association Posted 20 Oct 00:51 UTC Flo Rida to headline St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Flo Rida to headline St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Every year thousands of sailors and party goers make their way to the island Tramar Lacel Dillard (born September 16, 1979) known professionally as Flo Rida is an American rapper, singer, songwriter and composer from Carol City, Florida. by St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Posted 19 Oct 19:04 UTC Rolex Middle Sea Race sets off from Grand Harbour Rolex Middle Sea Race sets off from Grand Harbour The start is just the beginning of a challenge that is not meant to be easy A fleet of 113 yachts, separated into seven starts, were wafted on their way by a very gentle northerly breeze that sent cat's paws across the harbour, and left plenty of traps for the unsuspecting. by Rolex Middle Sea Race Posted 19 Oct 16:46 UTC Francis Joyon sets off for Mauritius Route record Francis Joyon sets off for Mauritius Route record IDEC SPORT crossed the start line off the Citadel of Port Louis At 0911hrs UTC on Saturday 19th October, the skipper of IDEC SPORT crossed the start line off the Citadel of Port Louis (Morbihan). Ahead of the boat, a complicated 8000-mile long solo voyage to the island of Mauritius. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 19 Oct 15:33 UTC The unusual duo at Transat Jacques Vabre The unusual duo at Transat Jacques Vabre Clément Giraud and Rémi Beauvais, their alter egos... After Damien Seguin and Yoann Richomme, we look at the pair formed by Clément Giraud and Rémi Beauvais (Fortil), based on getting on well together, trusting each other, listening to what the other has to say and being complementary. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 19 Oct 15:16 UTC Soon time to share life on board MACIF Trimaran Soon time to share life on board MACIF Trimaran How has the trio prepared for this long stretch of cohabitation? The search for performance is a key phase in offshore racing, because it is both the goal and the guideline. For the Brest Atlantiques, knowing how to live together will be essential. by Trimaran MACIF Posted 19 Oct 10:37 UTC Everything you need to know about Drysuits! 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Enter a new age of drysuit comfort with TridentUK The Trident Drysuit Range enters a new age of drysuit comfort, without compromising on the full protection you have come to expect from a Trident Drysuit. by TridentUK Posted 19 Oct 07:30 UTC Transat Jacques Vabre 10-day countdown Transat Jacques Vabre 10-day countdown All bar one of the 60 boats now in the Bassin Paul Vatine The countdown to the start of the 14th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre - the world's longest and toughest two-handed transatlantic sailing race - officially started on Friday. by Soazig Guého Posted 19 Oct 06:26 UTC 2019 Caribbean Sailing Week day 1 2019 Caribbean Sailing Week day 1 Thrills and spills on the water, discussions in the conference room The first day of Caribbean Sailing Week at Antigua Yacht Club wrapped up on two fronts this afternoon 18 October 2019: namely a productive day in the conference room, with a range of discussions taking place by Caribbean Sailing Association Posted 19 Oct 06:00 UTC 2019 International Masters Regatta day 1 2019 International Masters Regatta day 1 Andy Roy comes out on top after competitive first day The 2019 International Masters Regatta got off to an entertaining start today. After a slight course adjustment to the south and the first race of the weekend, the sailors and their crews were gifted an extra-long lunch break with a view. by Casey Allocco Posted 19 Oct 05:43 UTC 2019 2.4 mR Class World Championship overall 2019 2.4 mR Class World Championship overall A week of very rough weather at Yacht Club Italiano The worlds of the small metre class ended today after a week of very rough weather. A female podium, two women among the first three. England's Megan Pascoe dominated with a perfect week, second was Finland's Marko Dahlberg and third Fia Fjelddahl by Yacht Club Italiano Posted 19 Oct 05:33 UTC America's Cup: AC75 Skiffs vs Scows - who's right? America's Cup: AC75 Skiffs vs Scows - who's right? The four AC75's yachts now launched fall into one of two categories - the Skiffs and Scows. In the past day, two of the recently launched America's Cup teams have released images of their first AC75's sailing, and foiling. The four AC75's yachts now launched fall into two categories - the Skiffs and Scows. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 18 Oct 22:37 UTC 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race kicks off tomorrow 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race kicks off tomorrow A fleet of 113 yachts expected to depart from Grand Harbour The crowds lining the bastions of the fortified city, cheering the yachts on their way, will add to the highly-charged atmosphere. Every participating crew is looking forward to taking on one the world's great 600 mile classic offshore races. by Rolex Middle Sea Race Posted 18 Oct 19:56 UTC Take-off! INEOS TEAM UK's AC75 takes flight Take-off! INEOS TEAM UK's AC75 takes flight Video of Britannia foiling on the waters off their Portsmouth base The British team for the 36th America's Cup, Sir Ben Ainslie's INEOS TEAM UK have been enjoying their first week of foiling on Britannia in the waters off their Portsmouth base. by Editor Posted 18 Oct 17:38 UTC First race for the Sun Fast 3300 First race for the Sun Fast 3300 The AYC 24-hour Double-Handed Distance Race This dynamic duo just finished up the very first race for the Sun Fast 3300 here in North America. The AYC 24-hour Double-Handed Distance Race took place a few weeks back here in Annapolis. by Jeanneau America Posted 18 Oct 15:04 UTC What it takes to win the Newport Bermuda Race What it takes to win the Newport Bermuda Race Performance Seminars with ocean-racing expert Peter Isler As the Official Performance Partner, North Sails is hosting Performance Seminars with ocean-racing expert Peter Isler, Race Meteorologist Chris Bedford, and local North Sails experts, to help you prepare for the Newport Bermuda Race. by Bermuda Race Posted 18 Oct 14:48 UTC Marine Resources job updates Marine Resources job updates The latest jobs in the marine industry Marine Resources specialises in filling job vacancies within the Leisure Marine Industry. We have a variety of recruitment services to suit all types of marine employer. by Marine Resources Posted 18 Oct 14:28 UTC Lennon Waterproof Socks Selling Fast Lennon Waterproof Socks Selling Fast Pick yours up today or risk getting cold feet this winter! Already sold out in XL, our Waterproof Socks are once again selling fast. We have a limited number remaining in sizes medium and large. by Lennon Racewear Posted 18 Oct 13:02 UTC The Transat welcomes CIC as Title Partner The Transat welcomes CIC as Title Partner For the 60th anniversary edition The race, which is owned and organised by OC Sport Pen Duick, the French subsidiary of international event organiser OC Sport, now officially becomes "The Transat CIC" for the 2020 and 2024 editions. by The Transat CIC Posted 18 Oct 13:00 UTC Huge 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race fleet Huge 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race fleet One week until close of entries A total of 157 entries have been received one week out from close of entries for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - and, in addition to a smattering of international entrants, nearly half the field is made up of yachts representing Australian states by Di Pearson, RSHYR media Posted 18 Oct 04:32 UTC The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone set for big season The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone set for big season Off to an impressive start in Sydney Harbour Since the young The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone team of Jordan Girdis, Lachlan Doyle and Tom Quigley came together last year, their progress in the highly-competitive Australian 18 Footers League fleet has been spectacular by Frank Quealey Posted 18 Oct 02:14 UTC World on Water: Oct 18 - Hugo Boss guided tour World on Water: Oct 18 - Hugo Boss guided tour Highlight of this week's edition is a look inside the IMOCA60 Hugo Boss Join Geoff Waller for the October 18 edition of World On Water, the world's most popular sailing video magazine. Highlight of this week's edition is a look inside the IMOCA60 Hugo Boss by Sail-World NZ Posted 18 Oct 01:54 UTC 2019 Rolex Middle Sea Race weather watch 2019 Rolex Middle Sea Race weather watch Less than 48 hours to the start of the 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race Less than 48 hours to the start of the 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race and the marinas surrounding the Royal Malta Yacht Club in Ta' Xbiex are full of yachts flying the event battle flag, signifying their participation by Rolex Middle Sea Race Posted 17 Oct 22:46 UTC Itajaí returns as host city for The Ocean Race Itajaí returns as host city for The Ocean Race Brazilian city to host fleet in 2021-22 edition The Ocean Race 2021-22 will stop in Itajaí, Brazil, marking the fourth consecutive time the city on the Santa Catarina coastline will host the iconic event. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 Oct 16:18 UTC IDEC Sport heading for Mauritius, Vietnam, China IDEC Sport heading for Mauritius, Vietnam, China First Act in his new record-breaking campaign in Asia, referred to as IDEC Sport Asian Tour Francis Joyon has just moved to code amber, as he can see a favourable weather opportunity in the next 48 hours. He may set off on his attempt at the solo Mauritius Route record between Port Louis (Brittany) and Port Louis (Mauritius) on Saturday. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 17 Oct 14:43 UTC RS Aeros at Ergebnisse Sorpe RS Aeros at Ergebnisse Sorpe A great regatta with some really difficult conditions Kanu-Segel-Club Hemer hosted the German RS Aero fleet with 20 RS Aeros out competing! It was a great regatta with some really difficult conditions, but still 4 fair races. by Jorn Domres Posted 17 Oct 13:27 UTC America's Cup: INEOS Team UK foiling images America's Cup: INEOS Team UK foiling images INEOS Team UK have released a video which has some brief sequences of their first AC75 shown foiling It would seem that the AC75 went sailing on October 15 (the day before this video was posted). The boat is sailing on a single foil confirming that she is sailing unassisted/or towed. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 17 Oct 13:01 UTC
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