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Monohull line honours for Wizard Monohull line honours for Wizard Magic Moment in the RORC Caribbean 600 David & Peter Askew (USA) racing their Volvo 70 Wizard have taken Monohull Line Honours in the RORC Caribbean 600 crossing the finish line on Wednesday 20 February at 07:08:44 AST in an elapsed time of 1d 19h 38m 44s. by Louay Habib Posted 20 Feb 21:20 UTC Steinlager back onboard with Emirates Team NZ Steinlager back onboard with Emirates Team NZ Steinlager signs on with Emirates Team NZ for the 36th America's Cup Emirates Team New Zealand has announced that Steinlager will return as an Official Sponsor and Official Beer Partner of Emirates Team New Zealand's for the defence of the 36th America's Cup - on the team's home waters in Auckland in 2021. by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 20 Feb 20:14 UTC Golden Globe Race day 234 Golden Globe Race day 234 Third placed Estonian skipper Uku Randmaa has escaped disqualification Third placed Estonian skipper Uku Randmaa has escaped disqualification from the Golden Globe race after breaching the strict rules forbidding outside assistance, but has been handed a 72-hour penalty for asking and receiving weather routing information by Barry Pickthall, Golden Globe Race Posted 20 Feb 18:01 UTC Ausome Charity takes on the Fastnet Ausome Charity takes on the Fastnet With a global autistic crew Ausome, a registered charity promoting the personal and social growth of individuals of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Conditions through an exciting programme of sailing, has launched a campaign to compete in the 2019 Rolex Fastnet Race. by Paul Wood Posted 20 Feb 15:41 UTC RORC Caribbean 600 Record for Maserati Multi70 RORC Caribbean 600 Record for Maserati Multi70 The extraordinary events will be remembered for years to come Maserati Multi 70 skippered by Giovanni Soldini (ITA) crossed the finish line of the RORC Caribbean 600 at 20:49:00 AST on Tuesday 19 February 2019 in an elapsed time of one day, 06 hours 49 minutes and 00 seconds by Louay Habib Posted 20 Feb 10:17 UTC 23 years of 18ft Skiff Racing Sponsorship 23 years of 18ft Skiff Racing Sponsorship The Rag & Famish Hotel has been a successful sponsor of the 18 Footers on Sydney Harbour Since the late George Calligeros purchased 'The Rag' in May 1975, the hotel has developed equally strong family values as Peter and Anna Calligeros continue the business under the Calligeros Hotel group banner. by Frank Quealey Posted 20 Feb 09:50 UTC Big conditions to kick start European season Big conditions to kick start European season Wild rides in Vilamoura for the 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 classes Vilamoura, Portugal, has been growing as a winter destination for the past few seasons. Regattas in December and now February attracted 109 and then 116 boats respectively across 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17. by Ben Remocker Posted 20 Feb 05:56 UTC Entries open for Rolex Giraglia 2019 Entries open for Rolex Giraglia 2019 Innovation in 67th edition with the finish line in Monaco There will be an innovation in edition number 67 of the Rolex Giraglia 2019 with the finish of the offshore race in the waters of the Principality of Monaco and plenty of news also in St Tropez. by Yacht Club Italiano Posted 19 Feb 18:47 UTC GGR 2018, SailGP's debut and the Caribbean 600 GGR 2018, SailGP's debut and the Caribbean 600 We modern humans live soft lives compared to the Golden Globe Race skippers We modern humans live soft lives compared to the skippers participating in the Golden Globe Race 2018. by David Schmidt Posted 19 Feb 18:00 UTC Prospector team digs in for a second go Prospector team digs in for a second go Back with a new boat for the Transatlantic Race 2019 The Prospector team—led by Paul McDowell, Dr. David Siwicki and Larry Landry, and Marty Roesch and managed by Landry and McDowell—is one of five returning entries from the Transatlantic Race 2015. by Stuart Streuli Posted 19 Feb 17:48 UTC J/24s at the Festival of Sails J/24s at the Festival of Sails 151st Geelong regatta boasted 300 entries across all the classes The longest continuous sporting event in Australia is the Australia Day Regatta in the Geelong Victoria. This year the 151st regatta boasted 300 entries from the Grand Prix TP52 Sydney to Hobart winners, to possibly the smallest boats, our J24's. by Hugo Ottaway, Simon Grain Posted 19 Feb 17:39 UTC RORC Caribbean 60 day 2 RORC Caribbean 60 day 2 Multi70 Maserati and MOD70 Argo have been ripping up the race track Maserati, skippered by Giovanni Soldini led at Guadeloupe by 12 miles, but in terms of time, that is less than 30 minutes ahead of Jason Carroll's Argo. The two rocket ships are expected to finish the race around sundown today. by Louay Habib Posted 19 Feb 16:30 UTC Seafloatech half a point short of the podium Seafloatech half a point short of the podium Lionel Péan attended Salalah's last venue of Sailing Arabia The Tour. Sofian Bouvet, Corentin Horeau and Bruno Mourniac finished the Sailing Arabia The Tour in fourth place, half a point short of the podium. The Seafloatech crew came in late on the Tour, with only a few sailing sessions under their belt. by Agence TB Press Posted 19 Feb 12:56 UTC Event No.12 joining Match Race Super League 2019 Event No.12 joining Match Race Super League 2019 12 events worldwide in 10 countries on four continents The Match Race Super League is proud to announce that the AIRCALIN Match Race in Noumea (NCL) will be the sixth event of the 2019 season, making it to 12 events worldwide in 10 countries on four continents. by Match Race Super League Posted 19 Feb 12:22 UTC Registration opens for 2019 Rolex Big Boat Series Registration opens for 2019 Rolex Big Boat Series A well-earned reputation for breeze-on sailing and long courses Winter might still be exerting its chilly influence over most of the country, but an undeniable harbinger of the coming sailing season arrived on February 18 when St. Francis Yacht Club, in San Francisco, California, posted the Notice of Race. by St. Francis Yacht Club Posted 19 Feb 11:41 UTC Dart 18 Worlds day 3 Dart 18 Worlds day 3 Three days of excellent sailing so far "I'm in Paradise" said Nicola. This is no surprise as the sun shone all day with winds building to 17 knots of wind and she and her skipper Herve Le Maux had just had their best performance of the competition. by Mark Hamill-Stewart Posted 19 Feb 11:07 UTC Am Cup teams check out canting AC75 foil Am Cup teams check out canting AC75 foil A first hint of the real scale of the AC75 boats has been given to each challenger representative Less than a year since the Class Rule publication, a first hint of the real scale of the AC75 boats has been given to each challenger representative during a number of visits to Auckland to witness the one design foil cant system (FCS) in action. by Emirates Team NZ/Sail-World NZ Posted 19 Feb 07:20 UTC FD Worlds at Nelson YC, New Zealand after day 3 FD Worlds at Nelson YC, New Zealand after day 3 Szabolcs Majthenyi and András Domokos lead The first three days of the Flying Dutchman World Championships have been completed. The results are close at the top of the leader board with Hun 70 (Szabolcs Majthenyi and András Domokos) leading on 7 points with GER 88 (Kay-Uwe Lüdtke and Kai Schäfers) by Alisdair Daines Posted 19 Feb 07:14 UTC Everything is OK at Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds Everything is OK at Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds An outstanding success both on and off the water The 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship, which has just concluded at Wakatere Boating Club in Auckland, New Zealand, was an outstanding success both on and off the water. by Robert Deaves Posted 19 Feb 06:44 UTC Blast off for the RORC Caribbean 600 Blast off for the RORC Caribbean 600 2019 RORC Caribbean 600 kicked off in spectacular conditions The 2019 RORC Caribbean 600 kicked off in spectacular conditions off the south coast of Antigua with the magnificent fleet starting the 600 mile non-stop offshore race in bright sunshine, full-on gusting tradewinds and two-metre high waves. by Louay Habib Posted 19 Feb 04:12 UTC Mothquito in Milan for Foiling Awards 2018 Mothquito in Milan for Foiling Awards 2018 As a nominee for the awards for the best design Mothquito was present at the award ceremony of the Foiling Awards 2018, as a nominee for the awards for the best design 2018, a recognition of the highest prestige that has placed Mothquito among the best designs in the world of foiling. by Mothquito Foiling Catamaran Posted 18 Feb 17:34 UTC Zhik T3 Trapeze Harness Zhik T3 Trapeze Harness On sale at the RYA Dinghy Show At the October 2018 World Sailing Conference, it was agreed that quick release trapeze harnesses will become mandatory by 2023. See for yourself how to pop out of the new Zhik T3 trapeze harness, in a matter of seconds. by Liz Rushall Posted 18 Feb 14:00 UTC Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series 2 day 5 Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series 2 day 5 Bright & breezy but two races completed! From the previous Friday morning, the XCWeather website had been consistent in its forecast for Sunday afternoon at 14:00, winds of the order of 17/18 knots with gusts to 28/30 knots from a direction of south or south of south-west. by Cormac Bradley Posted 18 Feb 11:59 UTC Get set for a cracker Get set for a cracker There has already been high drama ahead of the RORC Caribbean 600 start The weather forecast is suggesting that moderate trade winds at the start will strengthen during the race, giving classic Caribbean sailing conditions of warm trade winds from the east with a moderate sea state. by Louay Habib Posted 18 Feb 10:56 UTC Dart 18 Worlds day 2 Dart 18 Worlds day 2 Not a cloud in the sky all day with winds gusting to 18 knots Not a cloud in the sky all day with winds gusting to 18 knots, it was a day for waterproof suntan lotion and skill. One Australian competitor described the winds as "Fresh to Frightening!". Perfect. by Mark Hamill-Stewart Posted 18 Feb 10:46 UTC Finn Europeans & Tokyo 2020 Qualifier entry open Finn Europeans & Tokyo 2020 Qualifier entry open Tokyo 2020 Qualifier in Athens this May The championship has recently received approval from the IOC as the second Finn class qualification event for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition. by Robert Deaves Posted 18 Feb 09:59 UTC Cousin Trestec Constrictor - A Textile Rope Clutch Cousin Trestec Constrictor - A Textile Rope Clutch Based on the 'Chinese finger trap' so is kinder to your ropes At some point in our lives, we have all experienced the vice-like grip of the 'Chinese finger trap'; when pulled, the cylindrical, woven braid is designed to contract and constrain the finger. by Kerri Robson Posted 18 Feb 09:00 UTC Boat-Park reaction to 2024 Olympic options Boat-Park reaction to 2024 Olympic options The 2024 Sailing Olympics are over five years away for World Sailing, but not for 85kg Men The 2024 Sailing Olympics are over five years away for the panjandrums of World Sailing, but for 85+kg Men, the Regatta is now in a much more urgent focus. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 18 Feb 00:54 UTC Sail GP - Sydney - Day 2 highlights Sail GP - Sydney - Day 2 highlights SailGP Day 2 wrap Crosbie Lorimer joined the spectators on Shark Island for Day 2 of SailGP to capture the action from that scenic perspective. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 17 Feb 23:40 UTC Custom Rigging Frostbites at Kinsale day 3 Custom Rigging Frostbites at Kinsale day 3 A strong South Westerly greets competitors A strong SW breeze greeted our competitors on the third morning of the Custom Rigging Frostbite series in Kinsale. by Dave O'Sullivan Posted 17 Feb 22:18 UTC America's Cup team proceeding in spite of dispute America's Cup team proceeding in spite of dispute DutchSail team leader, Simeon Tienpont says the team is flattered that the three Super Teams are tak Team leader of the newbie America's Cup Challenger, DutchSail, Simeon Tienpont says the team is flattered that the three Super Teams are taking them so seriously when they have "only just dried the wet from behind our ears." by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 17 Feb 22:06 UTC Whaddya reckon? Whaddya reckon? So what if you made the running surface hard? Really, really, really hard, actually So what if you made the running surface hard? Really, really, really hard, actually. But still made from water, however? Well that would make it ice then. by John Curnow, Editor Sail-World AUS Posted 17 Feb 22:00 UTC Dart 18 Worlds day 1 Dart 18 Worlds day 1 15 knots plus from the south in the Gulf of Thailand A sunny day with the full scope of skills required for the spectrum of wind which filled in to 15 knots plus from the south. by Mark Hamill-Stewart Posted 17 Feb 14:26 UTC NSW Etchells - Hard not to be impressed NSW Etchells - Hard not to be impressed This was not as a result the final day's racing. Even though, and as usual for the Etchells... This was not as a result the final day's racing. Even though, and as usual for the Etchells, it was actually a sailing master class. No, today was memorable for the way the youth sailors turned it on. by John Curnow Posted 17 Feb 12:45 UTC RC44 circuit will kick off in Porto Montenegro RC44 circuit will kick off in Porto Montenegro This prestigious tour of one-design boats brings together sailing and business This prestigious tour of one-design boats, taking place during the second week of April, brings together sailing and business, allowing amateur helmsmen to compete with the world's top sailors in some of the world's most beautiful locations. by Porto Montenegro press Posted 17 Feb 11:23 UTC Sail GP - Sydney Highlights Sail GP - Sydney Highlights Nathan Outteridge and Team Japan had been touted to top the podium. By the end of Day 1 Team Japan had shown every reason why they were favourites, looking much the most controlled in their manoeuvres and heading the race leaderboard by one point from a late-charging Team Australia. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 17 Feb 11:08 UTC 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall A wonderful final day of action-packed racing on Sydney Harbour The Asko Appliances team of James Dorron, Harry Bethwaite and Trent Barnabas became the 2018-2019 Australian 18ft Skiff champions after a wonderful day of action-packed racing on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 17 Feb 09:28 UTC Big Symonite OK Worlds fleet in NZ bodes well Big Symonite OK Worlds fleet in NZ bodes well The renaissance in the OK Dinghy looks to be assured after the Symonite OK Worlds in Auckland Three times Olympian, and now a top sailing coach, Dan Slater stepped into the OK Dinghy for the 2019 Symonite World Championships, and never dropped out of the top two places overall during the five-day regatta. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 17 Feb 08:54 UTC 12,000 miles lined up in 2019 celebrating 15 years 12,000 miles lined up in 2019 celebrating 15 years Class 40 Association celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2019 Founded in 2004, the Class40 Association celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2019; on the agenda to celebrate this anniversary, more than 12,000 miles of races. by Class40 Posted 16 Feb 16:20 UTC Beijaflore wins EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour Beijaflore wins EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour The French team produced a remarkably consistent performance Beijaflore have been crowned champions of EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour, repeating their success of last year to take back-to-back victories in the Middle East's premier yacht racing event. by Oman Sail Posted 16 Feb 16:17 UTC
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