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Crédit Mutuel wins Transat Jacques Vabre Class40s Crédit Mutuel wins Transat Jacques Vabre Class40s Ian Lipinsky and Adrien Hardy arrive in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil Ian Lipinsky and Adrien Hardy, on their 40ft monohull, Crédit Mutuel, have won the Class40 of the 14th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre after crossing the finish line in the Bay of All Saints in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. by Soazig Guého Posted 14 Nov 06:23 UTC Dragon Grand Prix Spain in Puerto Portals day 3 Dragon Grand Prix Spain in Puerto Portals day 3 Samokhin gunning for Heerema going into final day The third day of the Dragon Grand Prix Spain started with an AP flag due to heavy rain and an absence of wind. At noon, the Race Committee went out to check the conditions in the regatta area, and after almost an hour of waiting the Delta flag was raised by Fiona Brown Posted 14 Nov 04:55 UTC PredictWind makes significant model enhancements PredictWind makes significant model enhancements 10 years of development has culminated in the release of the most accurate iteration of two models PredictWind has made significant improvements to their weather models. 10 years of development has culminated in the release of the most accurate iteration of the PWG & PWE forecast models to date. by Nick Olsen/Predictwind Posted 14 Nov 02:44 UTC Title still open going into 44Cup's grand finale Title still open going into 44Cup's grand finale Two teams, Chris Bake's Team Aqua and Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika, are top contenders Starting tomorrow is the 44Cup Palma, concluding event of the 2019 44Cup where the overall winner will be decided. At present two teams, Chris Bake's Team Aqua and Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika, are top contenders. by Jessica Gray Posted 13 Nov 23:54 UTC Brest Atlantiques day 9 Brest Atlantiques day 9 MACIF approaches Rio tonight for a pitstop Following Maxi Edmond de Rothschild's pitstop on Tuesday, MACIF remains in the lead of "Brest Atlantiques", but tonight will be making a stop themselves in Rio De Janeiro for repairs to their central hull rudder. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 13 Nov 23:04 UTC Transat Jacques Vabre: Merron speeds for cheese Transat Jacques Vabre: Merron speeds for cheese The Anglo-French paid on Campagne de France next home Salvador de Bahia is preparing to welcome the next IMOCA and the only couple on a boat in this race, Britain's Miranda Merron and her French partner on land and sea, Halvard Mabire on Campagne de France at the end of the evening (local time, 23:00 UTC). by Soazig Guého Posted 13 Nov 22:29 UTC Mini-Transat La Boulangère Leg 2 Day 10 Mini-Transat La Boulangère Leg 2 Day 10 Jambou and Beccaria poised to take the win imminently The wait in Le Marin (Martinique) for the first competitor to complete the Mini-Transat La Boulangère is about to enter its final day. François Jambou is expected to make landfall tomorrow (from 18:00 UTC). by Aurélie Bargat Posted 13 Nov 21:15 UTC OK Dinghy World Ranking final list of the year OK Dinghy World Ranking final list of the year Thomas Hansson-Mild remains world number 1 After the traditional end of season round of national championships across Europe, there is no movement in or out of the top 10 of the final OK Dinghy World Ranking List of the year. by Robert Deaves Posted 13 Nov 17:17 UTC International cast for M32 North Americans International cast for M32 North Americans Racing resumes for the US M32 fleet in Miami Racing resumes for the US M32 fleet this weekend in Miami with one of the class' premier events of the season - the M32 North American Championship. by M32 Class Posted 13 Nov 14:06 UTC Cape to Rio Hall of Fame lunch with the legends Cape to Rio Hall of Fame lunch with the legends The race has forged friendships that have lasted for decades On Monday, Cape to Rio 2020 Race Officer John Martin caught up with some very old friends for lunch, one thing that they all have in common besides their passion for the sea is the Cape to Rio Race. by Simone Balman Posted 13 Nov 13:14 UTC Danish J/70 WoW Regatta promotes women's sailing Danish J/70 WoW Regatta promotes women's sailing Lots of networking during light wind postponements The event was extended to 21 teams; this year WoW teams came from Portugal, Germany and Sweden to race on the Danish J/70 Sailing League boats. Host for the regatta was Sundby Sailing Club. by J/Boats Posted 13 Nov 11:08 UTC Brest Atlantiques - A return to the racetrack Brest Atlantiques - A return to the racetrack Maxi Edmond de Rothschild repaired and back in the race On Sunday, having been first across the equator in the Brest Atlantiques, the duo on the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild announced its intention to make a pit stop in Salvador de Bahia, in Brazil. by Gitana Posted 13 Nov 10:17 UTC 49er, FX Nacra 17 Worlds: Olympic Countdown begins 49er, FX Nacra 17 Worlds: Olympic Countdown begins Racing gets underway early next week in the Oceania Regatta, the dress rehearsal for the 2019 Worlds Racing gets underway early next week in the Oceania Regatta, the dress rehearsal for the 2019 Hyundai 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds which start a week later, and are a major Olympic Qualifier and Selection event. by Richard Gladwell Posted 13 Nov 09:38 UTC Ino-ending - The end of the line? Ino-ending - The end of the line? Simplicity is key with these blocks When it comes to the Ino-block range, the manufacturer firmly believes that simplicity is key, and Upffront tends to agree with them. by Aleix Escorsell Posted 13 Nov 09:00 UTC Laser 2020 Australian Championships preview Laser 2020 Australian Championships preview Sailors started to arrive in Melbourne for what promises to be a massive summer of Laser sailing Turkey was the first country to send their boats, via airfreight, while the German team had to unload their shipping container in pouring rain on November 2 - hardly an ideal welcome to sunny Australia. by SquawkPR Posted 13 Nov 03:40 UTC Transat Jacques Vabre: Goodchild feeling the heat Transat Jacques Vabre: Goodchild feeling the heat "Yesterday, Adrien made bread and today he's making a crumble" - the menu of champions Sam Goodchild is running out of race track in his bid to become the first Briton to win the Class40 of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre. by Soazig Guého Posted 13 Nov 03:39 UTC TJV: 11th Hour Racing bumped to fourth TJV: 11th Hour Racing bumped to fourth Officially moved up one spot in the Transat Jacques Vabre overall standings Two days after finishing the 2019 Transat Jacques Vabre in Brazil, 11th Hour Racing were officially bumped up one spot in the overall standings Tuesday from fifth to fourth. by 11th Hour Racing Posted 13 Nov 02:53 UTC Dragon Grand Prix Spain in Puerto Portals day 2 Dragon Grand Prix Spain in Puerto Portals day 2 Dutchman Pieter Heerema flies into the lead The Dragon Grand Prix Spain off Puerto Portals, Mallorca, produced a splendid second day of racing thanks to a generous if shifty north wind that did not stop blowing in the nearly five hours in which the fleet of 44 teams from 12 countries were competing by Fiona Brown Posted 13 Nov 02:42 UTC Brest Atlantiques day 8 Brest Atlantiques day 8 Heading for an upwind crossing from Rio to Cape Town This morning at 9:18am, the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild arrived at Salvador de Bahia where Gitana's technical team has been working to repair its daggerboard. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 12 Nov 23:09 UTC French J/70 Sailing League French J/70 Sailing League SR Antibes win finale in Cannes! The three-day event saw incredibly sharp racing amongst the top teams, tightly fought starts, amazing choreography of boat-handling and teamwork in the mark-roundings, and close-racing due to very even boatspeeds amongst the competition. by J/Boats Posted 12 Nov 22:14 UTC Mini-Transat La Boulangère Leg 2 Day 9 Mini-Transat La Boulangère Leg 2 Day 9 A war of nerves and damage galore François Jambou (865) in the prototype category and Ambrogio Beccaria (943) in the production boat fleet are still utterly dominating the competition. by Aurélie Bargat Posted 12 Nov 19:45 UTC Debriefing the 2019 Transat Jacques Vabre Debriefing the 2019 Transat Jacques Vabre Latest Sail-World USA newsletter from David Schmidt While the winds were much lighter than average for this weekend's Round the County Race here in the Pacific Northwest, conditions were significantly more boisterous in the doublehanded Transat Jacques Vabre. by David Schmidt Posted 12 Nov 16:00 UTC Presidential Newsletter: October 2019 Presidential Newsletter: October 2019 Catching up and keeping on track with development of World Sailing The slate of events and equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games truly showcases the diversity of our sport. We are gender balanced and will have a true universal representation of the diversity of our sport. by Kim Andersen, President World Sailing Posted 12 Nov 13:50 UTC Nordic Sailing Clubs Championship in Mariehamn Nordic Sailing Clubs Championship in Mariehamn Eleven teams from across the Scandinavian peninsula participated in the event After completing the Finnish J/70 Sailing League Championship the previous weekend, the Åländska Segelsällskapet hosted the Nordic Sailing Clubs Championship again in Mariehamn, Åland. by J/Boats Posted 12 Nov 12:43 UTC New Hamble River office for Hyde Sails New Hamble River office for Hyde Sails Pull up alongside in your yacht to get your rig measured! For over 50 years Hyde Sails have been delivering high quality sails and backing this up with exceptional service. The UK team now have a brand-new office, right on the bank of the River Hamble. by Mark Jardine Posted 12 Nov 12:00 UTC Giancarlo Pedote completes TJV in 17th position Giancarlo Pedote completes TJV in 17th position Believing in your choices and learning from difficulties Obviously, it's a position that doesn't match up to either their expectations or their potential, but the two co-skippers on Prysmian Group which is also flying the flag for Electriciens sans Frontières (Electricians without Borders). by Giancarlo Pedote Posted 12 Nov 11:30 UTC Mini-Transat La Boulangère Leg 2 Day 9 Mini-Transat La Boulangère Leg 2 Day 9 Ambrogio Beccaria is very well placed to take the win in the production boat category François Jambou is this morning less than 500 miles from the finish in Le Marin in Martinique. As such, the leader in the prototype category now has a glimpse of what looks set to be a victorious finish within the next two days. by Aurélie Bargat Posted 12 Nov 09:59 UTC Wild Oats XI clearing hurdles for Hobart Wild Oats XI clearing hurdles for Hobart Supermaxi repairs underway in preparation for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 2019 A lightning fast and very professional response by the highly experienced crew aboard the supermaxi Wild Oats XI when its mast failed at the weekend saved the yacht from the likelihood of considerably more damage. by Rob Mundle Posted 12 Nov 08:45 UTC Dragon Grand Prix Spain in Puerto Portals day 1 Dragon Grand Prix Spain in Puerto Portals day 1 German teams dominate opening day The fourth and final event of the Dragon European Grand Prix circuit, the Dragon Grand Prix Spain hosted by the Club de Regatas Puerto Portals, began today in the Bay of Palma (Mallorca) with two exciting races in northerly winds. by Fiona Brown Posted 12 Nov 04:01 UTC Transat Jacques Vabre: Class40 podium is set? Transat Jacques Vabre: Class40 podium is set? Harris reflects on risks and rewards as penalties overturn IMOCA order After arriving in the Bay of All Saints on Monday morning to complete his first transatlantic, Britain's Will Harris, 25, recounted the moment he heard the boat alongside them in the middle of the North Atlantic - Hugo Boss - had hit something by Soazig Guého Posted 11 Nov 22:46 UTC So do you want another? So do you want another? He's just about to collect lucky number seven of the successful Allanson/Murray Etchells He's just about to collect lucky number seven from the runaway success that is the Allanson/Murray Etchells programme. This will be his third Etchells of that famous name, and this time, the date appears as part of it. by John Curnow Posted 11 Nov 21:45 UTC Brest Atlantiques day 7 Brest Atlantiques day 7 Commando operations to take place in Bahia and Rio A quarter of the total distance of Brest Atlantiques has now been covered in more or less six days by the four trimarans of the Ultim Class 32/23. The second week of the race promises to be a busy one by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 11 Nov 21:05 UTC Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series day 2 Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series day 2 Gamekeeper turned poacher! XCWeather was promising 8 to 9 knots of breeze for the critical part of Sunday afternoon and at 09:00 the breeze looked good as the keelboats went out for their Turkey Shoot! by Cormac Bradley Posted 11 Nov 18:07 UTC Entry now open for 50th Finn World Masters Entry now open for 50th Finn World Masters Target of 400 boats set, which is not that hard to envisage In 2020, the event celebrates its 50th anniversary and is being run by the ever-enthusiastic Dutch Finn sailors who have promised to put on a memorable event both on and off the water. by Robert Deaves Posted 11 Nov 16:03 UTC Transat Jacques Vabre with a lot of twists & turns Transat Jacques Vabre with a lot of twists & turns Top 10 decided in the IMOCA category After the winners, Charlie Dalin and Yann Eliès finished yesterday on Apivia, the top 10 was decided in the IMOCA category during the night in Salvador da Bahia (Brazil), with some closely fought duels for the podium, the top five and the top ten. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 11 Nov 11:40 UTC Sail-World NZ news : Nov 10 - AC75 image galleries Sail-World NZ news : Nov 10 - AC75 image galleries Read the latest newsletter from Sail-World New Zealand, with the Top 50 stories of the week Read the latest newsletter from Sail-World New Zealand, with the Top 50 stories covering the AC75 action, including two videos of ETNZ's Te Aihe and INEOS Team UK's Britannia sailing 12,000nm apart in similar conditions - you be the judge by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 11 Nov 09:01 UTC TJV: 11th Hour Racing finishes just off the podium TJV: 11th Hour Racing finishes just off the podium 11th Hour Racing Team's first major offshore sailing event After 14 days, 6 hours, 10 minutes and 23 seconds of sailing, 11th Hour Racing, led by co-skippers Charlie Enright and Pascal Bidégorry, finished in 5th place Sunday to finish the 2019 Transat Jacques Vabre into Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. by 11th Hour Racing Posted 11 Nov 06:06 UTC German J/70 Sailing League in Glücksburg German J/70 Sailing League in Glücksburg The 36 best sailing clubs from all over Germany sailed for three days At the end of an outstanding season of sailing, the Verein Seglerhaus am Wannsee (VSaW) from Berlin was crowned the German champion of sailing clubs. by J/Boats Posted 11 Nov 05:50 UTC Brest Atlantiques day 6 Brest Atlantiques day 6 First break for Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, but a stop is scheduled After five days of racing on the Brest Atlantiques course, the Doldrums delivered a favourable verdict for Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, the team was hardly slowed down compared to its rivals. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 10 Nov 23:39 UTC Transat Jacques Vabre IMOCA podium decided Transat Jacques Vabre IMOCA podium decided One of the closest podium finishes in the history of the event After Apivia coasted to a moonlit victory in the IMOCA class 15 hours earlier, the Bay of All Saints witnessed one of the closest podium finishes in the history of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre in glorious sunshine on Sunday. by Soazig Guého Posted 10 Nov 22:33 UTC
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