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Brest Atlantiques update Brest Atlantiques update Cammas and Caudrelier leading at Robben Island And that makes two! At 19:16 UTC, this Wednesday 20 November, the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild was first around Robben Island, the second course mark in the Brest Atlantiques. by Gitana Posted 21 Nov 07:43 UTC St. Barth Cata-Cup: In the starting blocks! St. Barth Cata-Cup: In the starting blocks! 60 duos participating in the 12th edition are ready for some serious competition After a day dedicated to getting the boats ready, confirming registrations, and initial training, the 60 duos participating in the 12th edition of the Cata Cup are ready for some serious competition. by Alexandra Lemarchand-Guibout Posted 21 Nov 03:54 UTC Mo Gray joins Future Fibres sales team Mo Gray joins Future Fibres sales team Future Fibres has announced the hiring of Mo Gray as new Sales Consultant Future Fibres has announced the hiring of Mo Gray as new Sales Consultant. Gray is a veteran of two America's Cup campaigns, TP52 Super Series, J-Class circuit and major offshore races by Future Fibres Posted 21 Nov 02:49 UTC Next generation inspired by SailGP Champions Next generation inspired by SailGP Champions A fantastic welcome ceremony at the 2019 Harken International Youth Match Racing Championship A fantastic welcome ceremony got under way for the 2019 Harken International Youth Match Racing Championship hosted by the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club. by Katie Pellew Posted 21 Nov 02:32 UTC Brest Atlantiques Day 16 Brest Atlantiques Day 16 Cape Town, here they come! After just over 15 days of racing, this evening, Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, the leader of the fleet since Rio, will reach the second and final race marker of the course, Robben Island. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 20 Nov 23:03 UTC Nick Claus' Gift Guide is here Nick Claus' Gift Guide is here Musto's latest brand ambassador flies oceans and sails mountains Our latest brand ambassador flies oceans and sails mountains. This year, holidays are coming to Musto! by Musto Posted 20 Nov 20:00 UTC Olympic sailing statistician on the road to Tokyo Olympic sailing statistician on the road to Tokyo Erica Dawson knows she could easily have become one of the sailing statistics she's collected. Staring out across her playground, the glistening Waitemata Harbour, Erica Dawson knows she could easily have become one of the sailing statistics she's collected. by Suzanne McFadden Posted 20 Nov 19:14 UTC RS Aero N. Rhein Westfalia Regional Championships RS Aero N. Rhein Westfalia Regional Championships Force 8 forecast doesn't deter sailors visiting Sorpesee in Germany Right at the end of the season, the first regional championship for North Rhein Westfalia took place for the RS Aero class at the Kanu Segel Club Hemer. by Gunther Nulle Posted 20 Nov 16:02 UTC RORC Transatlantic Race: Young Guns on Pata Negra RORC Transatlantic Race: Young Guns on Pata Negra The 2019 race will start from Marina Lanzarote on Saturday 23 November The 2019 RORC Transatlantic Race will start from Marina Lanzarote on Saturday 23 November, bound for Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina, Grenada. Race crews are busy getting themselves and their boats ready for the 3,000nm race by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 20 Nov 15:39 UTC Interview with Knut Frostad at METSTRADE 2019 Interview with Knut Frostad at METSTRADE 2019 Navico's President and Chief Executive Officer Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com Managing Editor Mark Jardine speaks to Knut Frostad, President and Chief Executive Officer of Navico, parent company to the Lowrance®, Simrad®, B&G® and C-MAP® brands. by Mark Jardine Posted 20 Nov 14:37 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 3 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 3 Conditions liven up as the race remains tight On the third day of Race 4, the upwind slam has subsided for most of the Clipper Race Crews, but whilst the fleet is enjoying the somewhat gentle introduction has they head towards the Roaring Forties, there is much anticipation of what might lay ahead. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 20 Nov 13:51 UTC MACIF crew heads to Brest Atlantiques' 2nd course MACIF crew heads to Brest Atlantiques' 2nd course Trimaran's skipper talks about what the trio have been through since Rio On Tuesday, François Gabart, Gwénolé Gahinet and Jérémie Eloy were making headway at nearly 30 knots on a course leading to the Cape, the southernmost headland on the African continent, where the Brest Atlantiques' second course marker is located. by Trimaran MACIF Posted 20 Nov 13:10 UTC Lennon Waterproof Socks have sold out in L and XL Lennon Waterproof Socks have sold out in L and XL Limited stock remaining in size M, so hurry Our 2.5mm Waterproof Socks are now SOLD OUT in sizes L and XL. We have limited stock remaining in size M so hurry whilst stocks last! Designed and made to continue with our theme of the warmest gear you'll ever try - our Waterproof Socks. Only £36. by Lennon Racewear Posted 20 Nov 12:00 UTC A Flipping Good Upgrade A Flipping Good Upgrade A new range of stainless-steel flip flop blocks from Allen Upgraded and Flip Flopping better than ever. The new range of stainless-steel flip flop blocks from Allen has been launched at METS this week. by Ben Harden Posted 20 Nov 09:00 UTC Star South American Championship Star South American Championship Tomás Hornos and Pedro Trouche win in Argentina It was a very hot last day in Buenos Aires with clouds covering the skies over Rio de la Plata and the top teams anxious for the last races of the 2019 South American Championship. by Rachele Vitello Posted 20 Nov 08:00 UTC Keep your bottle on board! Keep your bottle on board! We speak to Kate Sargent about the Rooster Joey Bottle Holder A fellow sailor approached Rooster with an idea about a bottle holder for their RS800, and the team were keen to follow up and see what they could produce. by Mark Jardine Posted 20 Nov 08:00 UTC International sailors arrive in Melbourne International sailors arrive in Melbourne For Summer of Sailing 2020 & Olympic Sailing Series The Sail Melbourne - Summer of Sailing 2020 count-down is on with only three weeks to go to the start of an exciting series of world-class sailing in Australia this summer. by Cora Zillich Posted 20 Nov 07:49 UTC America's Cup: Te Aihe heads out to The Paddock America's Cup: Te Aihe heads out to The Paddock Emirates Team NZ's AC75, Te Aihe was back on the Waitemata Harbour for the second day in a row Emirates Team NZ's AC75, Te Aihe was back on the Waitemata Harbour for the second day in a row, after spending almost two weeks in the shed. by Richard Gladwell Posted 20 Nov 07:37 UTC Te Aihe plays with the 49ers ahead of the Worlds Te Aihe plays with the 49ers ahead of the Worlds Light winds weren't that co-operative with Emirates Team New Zealand's Te Aihe on Tuesday Light winds weren't that co-operative with Emirates Team New Zealand's Te Aihe on Tuesday when she ventured out on the Waitemata for the first time in almost two weeks. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 20 Nov 02:00 UTC Brest Atlantiques Day 15 Brest Atlantiques Day 15 The gaps are closing in as the fleet approaches Cape Town After two weeks at sea, it's now becoming extremely close on the Brest Atlantiques, as the fleet race towards Cape Town. The trimarans bringing up the fleet have been able to take advantage of favourable conditions by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 19 Nov 23:23 UTC 2020 Newport Bermuda Race sponsors announced 2020 Newport Bermuda Race sponsors announced McMichael Yacht Yards and Brokers has signed an agreement McMichael Yacht Yards and Brokers signed an agreement with the Bermuda Race Organizing Committee to be Official Sponsor of 2020 Newport Bermuda Race, bringing with it three generations of accumulated offshore and race-prep experience to support the fleet. by Newport Bermuda Race Posted 19 Nov 22:20 UTC Star Sailors League Finals preview Star Sailors League Finals preview 23 crews picked from best in the world off to Nassau An elite gathering of 23 star-studded teams will be competing at the 2019 Star Sailors League Finals in the Bahamas next month, including a number of wildcards drawn from many parts of the world of high-level sailing. by Rachele Vitello Posted 19 Nov 21:21 UTC Joyon to tackle Leg 2 of IDEC Sport Asian Tour Joyon to tackle Leg 2 of IDEC Sport Asian Tour This is another record attempt, Mauritius to Vietnam Twelve days after completing the first act in his IDEC Sport Asian Tour, when he smashed the Mauritius Route record by more than six days, Francis Joyon is about to tackle the second leg of the voyage taking him to Asia. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 19 Nov 20:28 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 2 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 2 All lined up like little tin soldiers With less than two days of racing in Race 4: the Marlow Southern Ocean Sleigh Ride, Qingdao, current overall leader of the Clipper 2019-20 Race, is already keeping a watchful eye on joker-playing and third place team, Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 19 Nov 16:48 UTC Classe Minis and Ultim tris negotiate the Atlantic Classe Minis and Ultim tris negotiate the Atlantic Plus a newly elected face on US Sailing's Board of Directors While the sailing world's attention has been riveted to the 4,335 nautical mile Transat Jacques Vabre (TJV) race, two other important offshore events have also been unfurling, namely the Mini-Transat La Boulangère race and the Brest Atlantiques race. by David Schmidt Posted 19 Nov 16:00 UTC DAME Awards presented at METSTRADE DAME Awards presented at METSTRADE Winner highlights that accepted norms can be improved Birgit Schnaase, Chair of the Jury, presented the prestigious DAME Award 2019 at the commencement of the METSTRADE show this morning to the U SAFE self-propelled lifebuoy. Winners were named in all categories and 17 received Special Mentions. by Sigrid van der Wel Posted 19 Nov 14:54 UTC World Sailing and CISM partnership World Sailing and CISM partnership 4 year project with international military multi-sport organisation World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, has partnered with the Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM), the international military multi-sport organisation, to develop the sport of sailing in partnership for the next four-years. by Daniel Smith, World Sailing Posted 19 Nov 14:21 UTC MAA dinner brings the marine industry together MAA dinner brings the marine industry together With raconteur Tom Cunliffe at METSTRADE in Amsterdam Over 70 marine professionals joined MAA onboard Wapen van Amsterdam to celebrate another successful year of shared business interests, incredible product developments and continuing business success in uncertain times. by Susannah Hart Posted 19 Nov 13:02 UTC New XHL makes eXtremly Happy Laser sailors New XHL makes eXtremly Happy Laser sailors New Laser specific vang block, A2031XHL-873 Introducing a new Laser specific vang block, A2031XHL-873 from the UK hardware manufacturer Allen. by Ben Harden Posted 19 Nov 12:00 UTC America's Cup: American Magic's foiling tack video America's Cup: American Magic's foiling tack video The New York Yacht Club's Challenger for the America's Cup has released a short video The New York Yacht Club's Challenger for the America's Cup has released a short video shot in Newport, showing that they too, can do a foiling tack without getting wet by Amory Ross Posted 19 Nov 11:19 UTC Swiss engineers to design the fastest sailboat Swiss engineers to design the fastest sailboat SP80 is the Swiss challenge powered by a kite wing Three young engineers from the Swiss engineering school EPFL have decided to design the fastest sailboat over a 500m track and enter sailing history. by SP80 Posted 19 Nov 10:51 UTC Crewsaver launches new safety lines Crewsaver launches new safety lines More advanced than current industry standards Offering a high technology solution, more advanced than current industry standards, Crewsaver is delighted to launch its brand-new safety lines during Metstrade this November in Amsterdam. by Crewsaver Posted 19 Nov 09:00 UTC Brest Atlantiques midway mark Brest Atlantiques midway mark In a black hole for 2-3 days Since passing Rio de Janeiro, the first official course mark, the Brest Atlantiques fleet has had to ride out some testing weather conditions for both the men and the machines over the past three days. by Gitana Posted 19 Nov 07:48 UTC Harken International Youth Match Racing preview Harken International Youth Match Racing preview Countdown on and special guests announced An international cast will take to the race course on Pittwater for the 27th Harken International Youth Match Racing Championship, to be hosted by the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club (RPAYC) from 20-24 November, 2019. by Di Pearson Posted 19 Nov 07:40 UTC 49er FX Nacra17: New era of live sailing coverage 49er FX Nacra17: New era of live sailing coverage SidelineApp the official international broadcaster of the 49er FX Nacra17 Worlds New Zealand streaming platform SidelineApp is announced as the official international broadcaster, on a subscription basis, for the the upcoming 2019 Hyundai 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 World Championships. Next week's Oceania Championship will be free. by Lisa Ratcliff Posted 19 Nov 02:26 UTC Panacea - Sailing Etchells is always the cure Panacea - Sailing Etchells is always the cure Another win after their first Queensland State title in 2017 The Etchells Queensland State Championship was held from November 8 to 10. Southport Yacht Club was the host from both its Main Beach and Hollywell (Runaway Bay) facilities, with the racing conducted offshore along the glorious Gold Coast. by John Curnow Posted 19 Nov 01:23 UTC Brest Atlantiques Day 14 Brest Atlantiques Day 14 Zig zagging along the Ice Exclusion Zone and Sodebo Ultim 3 slows down Maxi Edmond de Rothschild continues to lead on the Brest Atlantiques race passing Gough Island at 12.45 am and is now progressing with a series of gybes between the high pressure system and the Ice Exclusion Zone. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 18 Nov 23:52 UTC New speed record set - Luderitz Speed Challenge New speed record set - Luderitz Speed Challenge The Luderitz Speed Challenge is currently underway in Luderitz, Namibia in winds of up to 65kts The Luderitz Speed Challenge is currently underway in Luderitz, Namibia in winds topping 65kts. Overnight the previous mark of 53.27kts has been topped with an unofficial speed measuring gives 53.33 knots average on the 500m course. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 18 Nov 20:46 UTC Portsmouth bids to host Yacht Racing Forum Portsmouth bids to host Yacht Racing Forum Annual event draws a rich pool of speakers from the marine community Portsmouth Harbour Marine and Portsmouth City Council are in discussions with MaxComm Communication with the aim of hosting an international sailing and yacht racing conference in Portsmouth in November 2020. by Susannah Hart Posted 18 Nov 18:29 UTC Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series day 3 Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series day 3 An early call was made to race outside the harbour For the third weekend of the DMYC Frostbites series an early call was made that the fleet would race outside the harbour. The move was warmly welcomed by competitors as the wind inside the harbour was quite fragmented. by Frank Miller Posted 18 Nov 17:43 UTC
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