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CSA confirms dates for its Annual General Meeting CSA confirms dates for its Annual General Meeting Due to the impact of COVID-19 and restrictions on travel the event will be virtual The Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) has confirmed dates for its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Organisers Conference (ROC) as November 13-14, 2020. Due to the impact of COVID-19 and restrictions on travel the event will virtual and hosted via Zoom. by Caribbean Sailing Association Posted 18 Sep 18:24 UTC ILCA/Laser Fit Out Guide from Allen ILCA/Laser Fit Out Guide from Allen Class legal options for club racers or international level In this handy fitting guide, you can find all the details of the Allen parts for a top-spec racing fit-out or a club level budget-friendly option. All options listed are completely class legal. by Allen Posted 18 Sep 17:00 UTC Banque du Léman wins the Normandy Channel Race Banque du Léman wins the Normandy Channel Race Finishing just six minutes ahead of Crédit Mutuel Skippers Valentin Gautier and Simon Koster crossed the finish line at 13 hours 30 minutes 30 seconds GMT after 4 days 20 hours 25 minutes and 30 seconds of racing. They made the finish line just 6 minutes ahead of Crédit Mutuel. by Sirius Evenements Posted 18 Sep 16:22 UTC 111 feet of pure Solaris 111 feet of pure Solaris The long awaited Solaris 111 has touched the water The long awaited Solaris 111 has touched the water on August 19th at the Marina di Ravenna. by Solaris Yachts Posted 18 Sep 16:14 UTC Cyclops enter the Sportsboat arena Cyclops enter the Sportsboat arena smarttune 5/16" announced as the latest addition to their smart range Designed specifically for sports and day boats, Cyclops is thrilled to announce the latest addition to their smart range - the smarttune 5/16". by Cyclops Marine Posted 18 Sep 13:30 UTC Luca Devoti talks yachting with Lars Grael Luca Devoti talks yachting with Lars Grael Lars Grael, Brazilian sailing star, talks about his personal life and Project Grael Luca Devoti once skippered America's Cup campaigns and won Olympic medals, now he is campaigning to join the World Sailing Board. As part of his bid, he interviews world renowned sailors to get their views on what should be the future of the sport. by Luca Devoti Posted 18 Sep 09:48 UTC Persico 69F Grand Prix 2.1 in Malcesine day 1 Persico 69F Grand Prix 2.1 in Malcesine day 1 Waves, wind, and the art of 'look up' There was a strong and gusty wind from the north, a Lake Garda with choppy waves, six boats and six teams ready to work with these conditions flying at over 30 knots: this is the first day of the Persico 69F Cup which is in Malcesine. by Persico 69F Posted 18 Sep 09:13 UTC 2020 Vendée Globe on course to be exceptional 2020 Vendée Globe on course to be exceptional The official press conference was held on Thursday in Paris The official press conference for the ninth edition of the Vendée Globe was held on Thursday, September 17 at the Palais Brongniart in Paris. by Vendee Globe Posted 18 Sep 08:26 UTC La Solitaire Race Director: "I loved this leg" La Solitaire Race Director: "I loved this leg" Francis Le Goff enjoyed the third leg with its ups and downs for everyone Francis Le Goff is the Race Director for the Solitaire du Figaro for the fifth year in a row, after being the deputy to the previous director, Gilles Chiorri, for five years. by La Solitaire du Figaro Posted 18 Sep 05:13 UTC Dolan scores career best on La Solitaire Stage 3 Dolan scores career best on La Solitaire Stage 3 The best ever stage finish of his three La Solitaires to date The newfound more robust, cool headed approach continues to work for Irish solo sailor Tom Dolan who today finished seventh on Leg 3 of the 51st La Solitaire du Figaro, an epic four day 492 miles light winds slog from Dunkirk all the way down the Channel. by Tom Dolan Racing Posted 17 Sep 19:41 UTC Normandy Channel Race day 5 Normandy Channel Race day 5 A boisterous return to Caen The home straight in this 11th Normandy Channel Race has begun. Whilst a large part of the fleet is now powering up the English Challenge towards Ouistreham via the Cotentin peninsula, for now it's impossible to predict the future winner of this edition. by Sirius Evenements Posted 17 Sep 18:11 UTC Formula Kite Mixed Team Relay Europeans day 2 Formula Kite Mixed Team Relay Europeans day 2 New format a big step forward to Olympic success A wild thunderstorm ripped through the valley overnight, leaving competitors to wake up to a soggy and misty morning in Ebensee but did not stop Florian Gruber and Leonie Meyer (GER) to extend their lead into tomorrow's Final Series. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 17 Sep 17:21 UTC Alphalock Halyard Locks Alphalock Halyard Locks Simply the best? A close look from upffront.com The Alphalock brand is a relative newcomer on the sailing hardware scene but its CEO, Eric Hall - founder of Hall Spars and inventor of their renowned Hall Autolocks - is anything but "the new kid on the block"! by Phil Anniss Posted 17 Sep 16:00 UTC Intricate, Nuanced, Meticulous… and Fast Intricate, Nuanced, Meticulous… and Fast The story of America's Cup boatbuilding in Bristol, Rhode Island continues With the completion of the AC75 racing yacht PATRIOT, the first Cup contender built in Bristol in the 21st century, American Magic's production team of 50 has added another compelling chapter to Bristol, Rhode Island boatbuilding. by Will Ricketson, NYYC American Magic Posted 17 Sep 12:49 UTC Les Voiles d'Antibes day 0 Les Voiles d'Antibes day 0 The 25th edition has a different atmosphere to usual Finally, after three and half months of waiting, the 25th edition of the Les Voiles d'Antibes has opened. With the Canicola breeze, abnormal for the coast, and an Indian summer light, the old ladies are flying on the water. by Alexander Panzeri Posted 17 Sep 10:06 UTC Czech RS Aero Cup at Lake Lipno Czech RS Aero Cup at Lake Lipno A very nice event that deserved more participants from other countries A very nice event that deserved more participants from other countries, unfortunately that was not possible because of Covid 19. We were a total of 13 participants from Germany and the Czech Republic with a near equal mix of RS Aero 9s and RS Aero 7s. by Jorn Domres Posted 17 Sep 09:07 UTC Yacht Racing Forum postponed to 2021 in Portsmouth Yacht Racing Forum postponed to 2021 in Portsmouth A virtual event to be held on November 24th this year The annual conference for the business of sailing and yacht racing is postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A virtual event reassembling some of the sports' leading personalities from all over the world will be held on November 24. by Yacht Racing Forum Posted 17 Sep 08:36 UTC The Ocean Race Summits Newport The Ocean Race Summits Newport Bringing leaders together to focus on ocean health Hosted live from Newport, RI, the latest online iteration of The Ocean Race Summits promoted solutions to restore health to the ocean. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 Sep 08:15 UTC Fred Duthil wins La Solitaire du Figaro Stage 3 Fred Duthil wins La Solitaire du Figaro Stage 3 Le Cléac'h retains overall lead, Ireland's Dolan up to fifth overall Fred Duthil (Technique Voilse/Cabinet Bourhis Generali) scored an opportunist's victory on Wednesday evening when he took the winning gun for Stage 3 on the 51st La Solitaire de Figaro off Saint Nazaire. by La Solitaire du Figaro Posted 17 Sep 05:58 UTC America's Cup: Butterworth joins Challenger group America's Cup: Butterworth joins Challenger group Brad Butterworth to be a contact figure and facilitate a direct communication flow with the hosts Four times America's Cup winner, Brad Butterworth, joins COR 36, Challenger of Record of the 36th America's Cup presented by PRADA, in the capacity of External and Institutional Relations Officer. by America's Cup Media Posted 17 Sep 05:39 UTC ITAS Assicurazioni Grand Prix 2.1 preview ITAS Assicurazioni Grand Prix 2.1 preview Six international Persico 69F teams will race during Foiling Week Six international teams, big names, and young contestants. This second seasonal event of the Persico 69F in Malcesine starts tomorrow during The Foiling Week. by Persico 69F Posted 16 Sep 21:43 UTC SailGP gives behind-the-scenes access SailGP gives behind-the-scenes access 'SailGP: Racing on the Edge' shines a light on world's fastest sail racing league In a new content series launched today by SailGP, audiences around the globe will get unprecedented access to the sport's pinnacle league as it gears up toward its second season, launching April 2021 in San Francisco. by SailGP Posted 16 Sep 20:33 UTC Jimmy Spithill Interview Jimmy Spithill Interview "The AC75 is quite a lot different from past boats" Jimmy Spithill has been the skipper and helmsman behind two America's Cup victories and believes that his new Italian team Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli can reclaim sailing's biggest prize as he travels to Auckland for the PRADA Cup challenger series. by Red Bull Content Pool Posted 16 Sep 19:25 UTC Formula Kite Mixed Team Relay Europeans day 1 Formula Kite Mixed Team Relay Europeans day 1 Always trust the locals... sometimes Competitors soaked in the gorgeous views and unseasonable sunshine until the postponement was removed at 1310, where they launched into action. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 16 Sep 18:44 UTC Normandy Channel Race day 4 Normandy Channel Race day 4 The ascent of 'Mount' Tuskar The 22 Class40s still racing in the 11th Normandy Channel Race are currently navigating the waters of the Celtic Sea level with the mouth of the Bristol Channel. by Sirius Evenements Posted 16 Sep 16:46 UTC RS Aeros at Lake Garda RS Aeros at Lake Garda Very unstable conditions in Torbole A windy weekend for the RS Aero and 29er event held at the Circolo Vela Arco in very variable weather conditions and consequently not with the usual wind that Garda Trentino is associated with. by RS Aero Italian Class Posted 16 Sep 15:51 UTC Bermuda Gold Cup to host Open Match Racing Worlds Bermuda Gold Cup to host Open Match Racing Worlds Celebratory 70th event becomes the pinnacle event Two weeks after announcing that the Bermuda Gold Cup will be contested Oct. 26-30, the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club and World Match Racing Tour together announce today that the celebratory 70th event will also host the 2020 Open Match Racing Worlds. by Sean McNeill Posted 16 Sep 15:19 UTC Exclusive insight into the world of Mikaili Sol Exclusive insight into the world of Mikaili Sol A look into how Mikaili's training for the GKA Distance Battle has been going It takes a certain person to push themselves to the limit and become a world champion. Not everyone has the grit and determination it takes to be top of their game, and be number one in the world, but Mikaili Sol certainly does. by Kate Chandler Posted 16 Sep 14:32 UTC 2020 Auckland Boat Show cancelled 2020 Auckland Boat Show cancelled 2020 Boat Show has been cancelled, due to uncertainty on COVID-19 restrictions NZ Marine Industry Association organisers of the 2020 Auckland Boat Show have announced that the 2020 Show has been cancelled, due to uncertainty on which COVID-19 restriction levels will be in force in early October. by Isla McKechnie/NZ Marine Industry Association Posted 16 Sep 13:02 UTC Walking the 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race course Walking the 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race course The new course is 90 miles longer, making it 695 miles, based on the shortest route Moving to Cherbourg for the finish of the Royal Ocean Racing Club's premier event, the Rolex Fastnet Race next year will see navigators and crews facing a few significant new challenges. by James Boyd / RORC Posted 16 Sep 12:57 UTC Alex Thomson Racing Up to Speed: September 2020 Alex Thomson Racing Up to Speed: September 2020 Installation of the new foils complete on IMOCA Hugo Boss British Sailor Alex Thomson brings us up to speed on the completion of the final service of the HUGO BOSS boat before the Vendée Globe, the installation of the yacht's new foils and the schedule from now until the race start on November 8th. by Alex Thomson Racing Posted 16 Sep 10:25 UTC Lennon Sails dominate UK Moth Nationals Lennon Sails dominate UK Moth Nationals At last a major Moth event for 2020! It has been a long and difficult year so far as we all know. It has been brightened with a sublime UK Moth event last week hosted beautifully by the WPNSA, IMCA UK and an army of volunteers, held on the Moth paradise of Portland harbour. by Mike Lennon Posted 16 Sep 09:50 UTC The cream of the crop at Foiling Week Gurit Forum The cream of the crop at Foiling Week Gurit Forum Moving online and free to watch on Foiling Week social channels Each year at Foiling Week forum everyone marvels at the increasing reach that foiling projects have in the marine industry: from boards to ocean going vessels, from high end racing yachts to more commercial marine applications. by Domenico Boffi Posted 16 Sep 09:32 UTC America's Cup: NZ vessels get new marina offer America's Cup: NZ vessels get new marina offer Silo & Viaduct marinas offer new deal for NZ vessels and offer bond refund for visitor vessels The official marinas of the 36th America's Cup have tacked in response to a wind shift in superyacht visitation rules - opening 28 berths up to Kiwi vessels at standard rates, while offering overseas boats bond refunds. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 16 Sep 02:49 UTC "Sail" Online Auction "Sail" Online Auction Marine Auctions believe it is a first Adrian Seiffert, Director of Marine Auctions Pty Ltd, said he believed the "Sail" Online Auction could be a first of its kind, as potential bidders can bid for the "sails" from any location in the world via the internet. by Adrian Seiffert, Marine Auctions Posted 15 Sep 20:29 UTC La Solitaire du Figaro Stage 3 Day 4 La Solitaire du Figaro Stage 3 Day 4 Yann Eliès leads on final long straight, Goodchild in contention Approaching the Chaussée de Sein mark late this afternoon, with some 125 nautical miles still to sail to the finish line off Saint Nazaire, 3 time La Solitaire du Figaro winner Yann Eliès was holding a very slender lead over Britain's Sam Goodchild. by La Solitaire du Figaro Posted 15 Sep 17:59 UTC Normandy Channel Race day 3 Normandy Channel Race day 3 Match Racing at Land's End Not without a struggle, the first Class40s in this 11th edition of the Normandy Channel Race rounded Lizard Point at around midday and are currently sheltering from the worst of the counter current close to the coast that wraps around Mounts Bay. by Sirius Evenements Posted 15 Sep 17:38 UTC 52 Super Series Sustainability Week preview 52 Super Series Sustainability Week preview When inspiration leads to positive action Kicking off the 52 Super Series Sustainability Week on Wednesday, local 52 Super Series staff will clean a beach in El Saler, outside Valencia city, together with an NGO called Xaloc. by 52 Super Series Posted 15 Sep 15:17 UTC Corsa915 launched by Matteo Polli YD Corsa915 launched by Matteo Polli YD This racing machine has been purpose designed for rating competitions This new pure racing machine has been purpose designed for rating competitions, coming out from Matteo Polli drawing board and built in Fano by Life Yacht. The first hull has been launched in the past weeks and will soon be competing. by Corsa915 Posted 15 Sep 15:11 UTC America's Cup Rialto: AC75 gymnastics America's Cup Rialto: AC75 gymnastics American Magic's AC75 Defiant performed some spectacular gymnastics on Monday American Magic's AC75 Defiant performed spectacular leaps and nosedives on Monday - when training in winds well above the racing limit. She recovered from both incidents without capsizing despite the high-risk sailing in winds above the racing limits. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 15 Sep 15:06 UTC
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