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America's Cup World Series opener in three months America's Cup World Series opener in three months Moment of truth for teams in three months at America's Cup World Series Sardenga Time flies when it comes to the America's Cup and in just three months a lot of questions will be answered with the kick-off of the very first AC75 regatta. by America's Cup Media Posted 24 Jan 11:00 UTC Joyon surfing at 38 knots across the Indian Ocean Joyon surfing at 38 knots across the Indian Ocean IDEC Sport has been showing her real efficiency during The Tea Route The IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran has been showing her real efficiency over the past two days, as she passes through the heart of the Indian Ocean. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 24 Jan 17:53 UTC Let Rooster's PolyPro Transform Your Winter Let Rooster's PolyPro Transform Your Winter Naturally hydrophobic, fleece-like and feels incredibly warm and soft Rooster Polypro™ is naturally hydrophobic, toasty, fleece-like & feels incredibly warm and soft next to your skin making it the perfect base layer. There is 25% off Polypro combo deals. by Rooster Posted 24 Jan 17:00 UTC Windsurfer Australian Championship day 2 Windsurfer Australian Championship day 2 Strong incoming lines of breeze attracted many to head out to the right The first race got off right on ten to make up for the day one postponement. The two heavyweight divisions and the cruisers started first under an overcast sky with the lightweight, medium weight and women starting soon after. by Mitch Pearson/SurfSailKite Posted 24 Jan 14:39 UTC Euromarina Optimist Trophy day 1 Euromarina Optimist Trophy day 1 Pablo Tejera and Lisa Vucetti are the first leaders in Torrevieja, Spain The first day, of the four planned in the Euromarina Optimist Trophy Torrevieja, closes fulfilling the planned program with two tests completed for the four groups. by Marta Aguilar Posted 24 Jan 13:36 UTC Three months to ACWS Sardegna - Cagliari Three months to ACWS Sardegna - Cagliari First AC75 regatta set for 23rd April in Sardinia Time flies when it comes to the America's Cup and in just three months a lot of questions will be answered with the kick-off of the very first AC75 regatta. by 36th America's Cup Media Posted 24 Jan 12:43 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 6, Day 5 The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 6, Day 5 The tussle at the top of the leaderboard continues The steady weather conditions have continued to affect the fleet as they sail into day five of Race 6: The Sanya Tropical Paradise. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 24 Jan 12:17 UTC Millenium Cup brings superyacht focus to NZ Millenium Cup brings superyacht focus to NZ On January 28, New Zealand's Bay of Islands will start to fill with superyacht industry members Amongst a picturesque collection of 144 islets, in the northernmost part of New Zealand, the most-southerly superyacht regatta in the world takes place at the start of each year. by Isla McKechnie Posted 24 Jan 10:07 UTC J/111 World Championship returns to Cowes J/111 World Championship returns to Cowes Title will be decided on the Solent With a rich history of international competition from Chicago, Breskens, San Francisco, Newport Rhode Island and The Solent, the J/111 World Championship regatta returns to beautiful Cowes for the third time. by J/Boats Posted 24 Jan 10:05 UTC J/70 Monaco Winter Series III at YC de Monaco J/70 Monaco Winter Series III at YC de Monaco It took one small point to clinch victory The 45 teams of 13 nationalities who had made the trip were not disappointed, with five races completed in optimal conditions ranging from a 5-12 knot westerly, ending on a 10-14 knot easterly. by J/Boats Posted 24 Jan 09:37 UTC British entries for Vendée Globe highlighted British entries for Vendée Globe highlighted Amongst the 36 candidates, 13 are from outside France With four skippers intending to compete in the next Vendée Globe, Great Britain appears set to be well represented in 2020. by Vendée Globe Posted 24 Jan 07:38 UTC Flying Fifteen Australian Championship Flying Fifteen Australian Championship A fleet of 20 boats race at Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron A fleet of 20 Flying Fifteens made the long journey from all over Australia to compete at the 2020 Flying Fifteen Australian Championship held in Waterloo Bay just south of the Brisbane River in Queensland. by Chris Howell / Jonny Fullerton Posted 24 Jan 06:37 UTC 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 4 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 4 Light wind limitations Through four days of action-packed racing on Biscayne Bay, the athletes competing at the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami have experienced a vast array of conditions. by Jake Fish, US Sailing Posted 24 Jan 04:26 UTC Windsurfer Australian Championship - Day One Windsurfer Australian Championship - Day One Strong winds gusting to thirty knots until late into the afternoon at Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club Day One of the Windsurfer Class National Titles at the Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club saw strong winds gusting to thirty knots until late into the afternoon. by Mitch Pearson/SurfSailKite Posted 23 Jan 23:43 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 6, Day 4 The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 6, Day 4 A slow and tricky beginning A familiar sight at the top of the leaderboard with Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam and Qingdao currently holding the top two spots respectively with WTC Logistics hot on their sterns in third. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 23 Jan 11:54 UTC France SailGP Team introduces its roster for 2020 France SailGP Team introduces its roster for 2020 New flight controller, new coach, and new grinder With less than 40 days before the opening of Season 2 of SailGP in Sydney, the French team is aiming to reach its 2020 objectives as early as possible in the season. by Virginie Bouchet Posted 23 Jan 09:58 UTC Emirates Team New Zealand play a wild card Emirates Team New Zealand play a wild card Emirates Team NZ play a wild card - we talk with design chief Dan Bernasconi on Te Kahu and Te Aihe Emirates Team New Zealand played a wild card in the 2021 America's Cup with the launch of a 12metre (38ft) test boat in Auckland on Wednesday afternoon. We talk with design chief Dan Bernasconi on Te Kahu and Te Aihe. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 23 Jan 08:53 UTC Governor's Cup request for invitation period opens Governor's Cup request for invitation period opens Grade 1 quality fleet expected for world's oldest youth match racing championship Host Balboa Yacht Club has posted links to the Request for Invitation ("RFI"), Notice of Race, and event brochure for the 54th Governor's Cup International Youth Match Racing Championship to be held July 20-25, 2020 in Newport Beach, California. by Susan Kenney Posted 23 Jan 05:52 UTC 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 3 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 3 Sailors rise to the occasion in unexpected Miami conditions The 182 sailors embraced the challenge of the uncharacteristically cold and blustery conditions in Biscayne Bay on Day 3 of the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami. by Jake Fish, US Sailing Posted 23 Jan 04:26 UTC IDEC Sport passes through the Sunda Strait IDEC Sport passes through the Sunda Strait An island that appeared out of nowhere Francis Joyon, Bertrand Delesne, Christophe Houdet, Antoine Blouet and Corentin Joyon took just under four days to cross the South China Sea after setting sail from Hong Kong last Saturday. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 22 Jan 21:05 UTC 8th St. Maarten Regatta Beach Clean-Up 8th St. Maarten Regatta Beach Clean-Up Over 60 kids collect 430 kilos of garbage This weekend, the St. Maarten Regatta organized the 8th Annual Beach Clean-Up which took place at Kim Sha Beach. Over 60 children participated in the event, collecting over 430 kilos of garbage from the beach. by St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Posted 22 Jan 16:46 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 6, Day 3 The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 6, Day 3 So, what is a Le Mans start? The Clipper Race fleet has made its way through the beautiful Great Barrier Reef as they navigate away from Australia and start their route to China with the first stop being Sanya in Race 6 of Leg 5: The Sanya Tropical Paradise Race. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 22 Jan 16:01 UTC L4 Trifork set a new record around Mallorca L4 Trifork set a new record around Mallorca Volvo70 takes 13 hours, 15 minutes and 17 seconds With a weather forecast showing gust up to 40 knots from northeast and waves of eight meters in height, the crew got a greenlight from Real Club Nautic to start the record attempt Monday January the 20th at 7:00 in the morning, in pitch darkness. by Søren Wiegand Kristensen Posted 22 Jan 15:56 UTC Porto Montenegro unveils events calendar Porto Montenegro unveils events calendar Mediterranean's luxury marina reveals 2020 fixtures Porto Montenegro, the Mediterranean's leading luxury yacht homeport and marina village, revealed its events calendar for the year 2020 at Boot Dusseldorf, the world's largest indoor boat show. by Alexander Razinkov Posted 22 Jan 15:03 UTC Australian 505 Championship overall Australian 505 Championship overall Holt and Woelfel win the event, Deussen and Snoad win Australian title The week of the Australian 5O5 Nationals was held in classic Melbourne weather. There were temperatures in the high 30s, cold 25 knot winds, beautiful sunshine, torrential rain, hail storms, light winds and perfect 8-15 knot winds. by Michael Quirk Posted 22 Jan 12:35 UTC RORC Caribbean 600: A test of endurance RORC Caribbean 600: A test of endurance A look at the competition in IRC Two and Three In February there is no better offshore race in the world than the RORC Caribbean 600. Racing 600 miles non-stop around 11 tropical islands is a challenge, especially for the largely corinthian teams racing in IRC Two and IRC Three. by Louay Habib Posted 22 Jan 11:12 UTC America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ launch "The Hawk" America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ launch "The Hawk" Emirates Team NZ revealed their new custom designed and built test boat Te Kahu in Aucklandu Emirates Team New Zealand revealed their new custom designed and built test boat Te Kahu today in Auckland. Te Kahu meaning ‘The Hawk' was rolled out of the shed on Wednesday and was christened by Ngati Whatua Orakei. by Hamish Hooper, Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 22 Jan 05:28 UTC 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 2 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 2 Leaderboards take shape with cooler temperatures, sunny skies, and plenty of breeze Sailors were greeted with cooler temperatures, sunny skies, and plenty of breeze on the second day of the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami, USA. by Jake Fish, US Sailing Posted 22 Jan 02:16 UTC New venue announced for 44Cup season New venue announced for 44Cup season RC44 fleet will join Cowes Week For the 2020 edition, the event will be hosted for the first time in Portorož town centre with the RC44s moored on the main town pier and the race course set against the backdrop of the walled historic town of Piran. by Jessica Gray Posted 21 Jan 16:07 UTC Previewing the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami Previewing the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami Latest Sail-World USA newsletter from David Schmidt While cold rain and snow might be the reality across most of North America, conditions are far more conducive to high-level sailing on the waters off of Miami, Florida, where the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami is unfurling. by David Schmidt Posted 21 Jan 16:00 UTC Pulse58 from RS Electric Boats Pulse58 from RS Electric Boats See our video tour of the RIB at boot Dusseldorf Mark Jardine, Managing Editor of Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com gives an overview of the Pulse58 - the first 100% electric RIB from RS Electric Boats, the sister company of RS Sailing. by Mark Jardine Posted 21 Jan 14:20 UTC Sail Melbourne International overall Sail Melbourne International overall Matt Wearn wins Laser Oceania Champion title Six months out from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Sail Melbourne International 2020 saw the world's best sailors wrapping up the five-day event with a light wind day on Port Phillip Bay on Tuesday. by Cora Zillich Posted 21 Jan 13:07 UTC Will Oxley is eyeing another lap of the planet Will Oxley is eyeing another lap of the planet Three-time Ocean Race veteran is looking towards 2021-22 Three-time The Ocean Race veteran Will Oxley has confirmed that he's eyeing at least one more lap around the planet, as the 2021-22 edition of the round-the-world race continues to take shape. by Jonno Turner Posted 21 Jan 10:05 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 Race 6 preview The Clipper Race Leg 5 Race 6 preview Sanya Tropical Paradise Race from Australia to China The Whitsundays has delivered a feast for the senses, from the azure blue waters to the stunning natural landscapes of coast and islands, dotted with secluded beaches. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 21 Jan 09:00 UTC "Imminent explosive eruption" blows away regatta "Imminent explosive eruption" blows away regatta Verde Passage Race, Subic Bay, and Oppie Champs all cancelled Subic Bay Around Verde Island Passage Race, Subic Bay Cup International Regatta, and the Subic Bay Optimist Championship all "on hold". by Subic Sailing Posted 21 Jan 04:39 UTC Australian 505 Championship day 4 Australian 505 Championship day 4 A pause in racing today A pause in racing today due to a return to high winds provides the opportunity to introduce a group of youngsters competing at the event with, or against their well know experienced fathers. by Michael Quirk Posted 21 Jan 03:16 UTC 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 1 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami day 1 Nations clash over Olympic qualifying spots On Monday, the 182 sailors from 45 nations demonstrated their skills on spectacular Biscayne Bay in the first of six days of racing at 2020 Hempel World Cup Series Miami, USA. by Jake Fish, US Sailing Posted 21 Jan 02:54 UTC America's Cup: Hall of Fame Induction 2019 America's Cup: Hall of Fame Induction 2019 In mid-November, three luminaries of the America's Cup were inducted into the AC Hall of Fame In mid-November, three luminaries of the America's Cup were inducted at Robbe & Berking Yachting Heritage Center in Flensburg, Germany. by Steven Tsuchiya, ACHoF, Sail-World NZ Posted 21 Jan 02:12 UTC The Tea Route: IDEC Sport achieves a decent lead The Tea Route: IDEC Sport achieves a decent lead Latest record attempt between Hong Kong and London It is clear that in spite of the demanding conditions, everyone is enjoying being back sailing on the high seas, as they tackle their latest record attempt between Hong Kong and London. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 20 Jan 20:03 UTC LoveWater take line honours in Cape2Rio2020 Race LoveWater take line honours in Cape2Rio2020 Race Maserati's second was not fast enough for a handicap win Maserati needed to finish by 14:26 UTC to hold onto the handicap lead they had held for many days. Sadly for them, they just didn't have enough wind to keep up the exciting charge to the end, and finished 15:39. by Luke Scott Posted 20 Jan 18:35 UTC
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