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SB20 Champions set to shine on national stage SB20 Champions set to shine on national stage At the 2022 SB20 Australian Championship in Hobart Sportsboat sailing fans are in for a treat when the SB20 Class hits the River Derwent in Hobart in December for the 2022 Australian Championship. The SB20 is a strict one-design class which makes for very close racing. by Jane Austin Posted 8 Dec 23:26 UTC IRC Middle East Championship preview IRC Middle East Championship preview 40 boats expected at Dubai Offshore Sailing Club IRC Rating is strong in the Middle East with the Dubai Offshore Sailing Club (DOSC) supporting the rating system and attracting competitors from across the region, including the popular annual Dubai to Muscat Race. by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 8 Dec 19:03 UTC WASZP European Games 2023 entry open WASZP European Games 2023 entry open Quiberon is a sensational venue for foiling The International WASZP Class and French WASZP Class invite sailors from all nations to join them in Quiberon, France for the 2023 WASZP European Games! 'Enter now, pay later' is now open - head to racehub.waszp.com to sign up! by WASZP Class Posted 8 Dec 15:09 UTC VMG and Tack Loss: New Training Tools from Vakaros VMG and Tack Loss: New Training Tools from Vakaros Racing data at your fingertips from Vakaros As sailors, we're always asking questions when we're on the water. Do we have the right sail configuration? Is this mode really faster in the current conditions? That tack felt good, but was it? by Vakaros Posted 8 Dec 14:00 UTC Doyle Sails SailGP F50 new luggage range Doyle Sails SailGP F50 new luggage range Doyle Sails have released the SailGP F50 range of luggage in collaboration with the SailGP League Doyle Sails have released a new and very exciting range of luggage in collaboration with SailGP League, making the ideal Christmas gift. Made from repurposed high-performance Doyle Sails from SailGP F50's in Season 1 along with other sailmaking materials. by Doyle Sails Posted 8 Dec 11:05 UTC Meet the 29er Fleet: 2022 Women's World Champions Meet the 29er Fleet: 2022 Women's World Champions Interview with Spanish sisters Paula and Isabel Laiseca This week we meet 2022 Women's World Champions - Spanish sisters Paula and Isabel Laiseca. by International 29er Class Posted 8 Dec 10:05 UTC Top Five Tips To Get Your Boat Winter Ready Top Five Tips To Get Your Boat Winter Ready There are five key categories to consider, say upffront.com As its that time of the year again when most of us have to pack up our sails and move the boat into storage - if you haven't done so already. Winterizing your boat is a thorough process that can lead to serious damages when not done correctly. by Johnny Appmann Posted 8 Dec 09:00 UTC Cup Spy Dec 7: INEOS tow tests - sail next week Cup Spy Dec 7: INEOS tow tests - sail next week INEOS Britannia ventured out on the water for another towing test, they hope to sail next week INEOS Britannia conducted a five hour, ten tow testing session off Mallorca, Palma. Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli, the Italian challenger had a useful test sailing session in winds of up to 12kts off Cagliari, Sardinia. Top Kiwi coach joins Luna Rossa. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-world.com/nz Posted 8 Dec 08:57 UTC SailGP announces ITM as title partner of NZ events SailGP announces ITM as title partner of NZ events Joining a suite of established partners behind next summer's event With only 100 days to go until the inaugural New Zealand Sail Grand Prix, SailGP today announced a multi-year, national partnership with iconic Kiwi brand ITM. by SailGP Posted 8 Dec 01:19 UTC Henri-Lloyd GORE-TEX Sale ends tomorrow Henri-Lloyd GORE-TEX Sale ends tomorrow Simply enter the code GORE20 at checkout Hurry! You only have until tomorrow at midnight to save 20% OFF Henri-Lloyd's high performing, 100% waterproof, windproof and breathable GORE-TEX products. Simply enter the code GORE20 at checkout. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 7 Dec 19:13 UTC What attracted Copham to La Transat Paprec 2023 What attracted Copham to La Transat Paprec 2023 The first British sailor to announce his campaign For his first ever edition of the race, he has joined forces with Voiles des Anges, an association that offers a support network for families who have prematurely lost children, predominantly through stillbirths. by OC Sport Pen Duick Posted 7 Dec 17:32 UTC Strong line-up for second IMA Maxi Europeans Strong line-up for second IMA Maxi Europeans Taking place again as part of Tre Golfi Sailing Week 2023 The second edition of the International Maxi Association's Maxi European Championship is to take place again as part of Tre Golfi Sailing Week, out of Sorrento's Marina Piccola. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 7 Dec 16:45 UTC World Match Racing Tour Final skippers confirmed World Match Racing Tour Final skippers confirmed Ten teams set to battle it out on Sydney Harbour The line-up for the World Match Racing Tour Final 2022 has been confirmed, with 10 teams invited for the inaugural Tour event to be sailed on Sydney Harbour. by CYCA Posted 7 Dec 09:29 UTC Cup Spy Dec 6: Italy and USA back into training Cup Spy Dec 6: Italy and USA back into training Two teams got back into training for the 2024 America's Cup on Tuesday, in Pensacola and Cagliari. Two teams got back into training for the 37th America's Cup on Tuesday. Luna Rossa and American Magic sailed in light winds in Cagliari and Pensacola respectively. The US team had an 80% dry tack/gybe percentage. The Italians focused on flight control. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-world.com/nz Posted 7 Dec 00:23 UTC Marine Resources latest jobs Marine Resources latest jobs The latest marine opportunities Take the next step on your career journey with one of our incredible opportunities from across the marine sector. Whether you're joining us at entry level or late in your career, our latest job roles cater to all abilities and backgrounds. by Marine Resources Posted 6 Dec 16:24 UTC Goblin Mode, Moth Worlds, AC news, offshore racing Goblin Mode, Moth Worlds, AC news, offshore racing David Schmidt looks at the racing reports across North America Mornings dawn late these days at 48.75 degrees north latitude, and yesterday morning I found myself — in between espresso shots — going extra deep on the headlines. Apparently Oxford had selected “goblin mode” as their word of the year. by David Schmidt Posted 6 Dec 16:00 UTC 2023 ORC Double Handed Europeans open for entries 2023 ORC Double Handed Europeans open for entries To be sailed from the beautiful town of Helsingør in June The Helsingør Sailing Club is pleased to announce that the registration and entry process for the 2023 ORC DH European Championship is now open. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 6 Dec 12:34 UTC Sea4All: the Autumn Championship in Lignano, Italy Sea4All: the Autumn Championship in Lignano, Italy The event concluded with great results Sea for All: the inclusive sailing boats at the "Campionato autunnale" in Lignano S - Italy, four weekends of beautiful and inclusive sailing. by Tiliaventum Posted 6 Dec 09:45 UTC 2022 SOLAS Big Boat Challenge 2022 SOLAS Big Boat Challenge Wins for Andoo Comanche and Willow The John Winning Jr-skippered maxi yacht, Andoo Comanche, produced a masterclass of high-speed sailing to win Line Honours in the SOLAS Big Boat Challenge on Sydney Harbour today. by Rupert Guinness Posted 6 Dec 06:00 UTC Project Landspeed: World record mark within reach Project Landspeed: World record mark within reach Horonuku has hit over 200km/h on Lake Gairdner in just a 20kt breeze - onboard video After what has seemed like endless weather delays over the past couple of months, finally Horonuku got to stretch its legs on a dry Lake Gairdner with breeze that is edging closer into the required zone for world record attempts. by Emirates Team NZ Posted 5 Dec 23:20 UTC WASZP UK prepares for a big year in 2023 WASZP UK prepares for a big year in 2023 Central part of the season comprises a newly-devised 4 Nations Cup The WASZP UK class is set for another big season in 2023, continuing the growth of the country's most active foiling class. For the past two years, the national championships have seen over 55 boats from every corner of the UK. by Martin Evans Posted 5 Dec 22:10 UTC Anonymous Global Solo Challenge entry revealed Anonymous Global Solo Challenge entry revealed Australian Henry Rourke to take part on Custom 53ft Racer Swiss-based, Australian, Henry Rourke had been tempted by an 'adventurer' entry in the Vendee Globe but never saw a realistic path to making that dream come true. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 5 Dec 19:59 UTC World Sailing confirms Olympic class regatta dates World Sailing confirms Olympic class regatta dates Competition dates for 2023 and 2024 confirmed World Sailing and four of the leading Olympic class regattas have confirmed competition dates for 2023 and 2024 and announced a commitment for greater collaboration across the sport with the ambition of delivering benefits for event organisers. by World Sailing Posted 5 Dec 19:58 UTC Kiel Week under World Cup banner again from 2023 Kiel Week under World Cup banner again from 2023 World Sailing extends partnership with Olympic Regattas In future, the regatta organisers and World Sailing want to coordinate dates and general conditions such as training opportunities to make it easier for the world's best athletes to take part in the entire series. by Kiel Week Posted 5 Dec 14:31 UTC TOR and Archwey partner to tackle marine plastic TOR and Archwey partner to tackle marine plastic Inspiring action to combat plastic pollution in the seas The Ocean Race, the world's toughest test of a team in sport, and sustainable materials specialist Archwey, are today announcing a new partnership to inspire action to combat plastic pollution in the seas. by The Ocean Race Posted 5 Dec 13:42 UTC Do you know your rig limits? Do you know your rig limits? Avoid rig failure and sail safely & efficiently with new smart device Avoid rig failure and sail safely & efficiently with new smart device. by Cyclops Marine Posted 5 Dec 12:07 UTC 38th Christmas Race at Clube Naval de Cascais 38th Christmas Race at Clube Naval de Cascais 250 sailors of all ages compete This weekend took place the 38th edition of the already traditional Christmas Race, which brought together around 250 sailors of all ages at the Clube Naval de Cascais, for a championship that was for many the last of this year. by Maria José Cardoso Posted 5 Dec 10:10 UTC Go behind the scenes at the America's Cup Go behind the scenes at the America's Cup With the latest episode of the World Sailing Show The latest episode of the World Sailing show goes behind the scenes to look at the first weeks of testing ahead of the 2024 America's Cup in Barcelona. Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli's LEQ12 test boat is currently in Cagliari. by The World Sailing Show Posted 5 Dec 09:56 UTC Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina overall Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina overall British's Dylan Fletcher Scott wins the title The Moth 2022 World Championship, organized by the Yacht Club Argentino at its headquarters in Dársena Norte, came to an end on Sunday. It was a challenging event and conditions weren't always easy, but we managed to have thirteen fair races. by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 Posted 5 Dec 06:20 UTC Streaming to Hobart with LawConnect Streaming to Hobart with LawConnect Christian Beck's supermaxi has already claimed first place in 2022 Hobart race... Christian Beck's supermaxi, LawConnect, has already claimed first place in the 2022 Sydney to Hobart race. And for that matter, every race hereafter. No. No. No. We're not talking Line Honours, which is the prime directive of the campaign. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS Posted 4 Dec 21:00 UTC Coupe de France J/80 Series 2022 Coupe de France J/80 Series 2022 Marc Le Borgne reports on the season-long series "The good thing about J/80 is that each regatta offers everyone, whatever the final classification, the possibility of glorious moments, sometimes furtive, often spectacular, but always memorable for the crews concerned. by Marc Le Borgne Posted 4 Dec 11:19 UTC Project Landspeed: The importance of support Project Landspeed: The importance of support Glenn Ashby on the workhorses of the world wind powered landspeed record attempt When there is not water on the lake, it is always all eyes on Hokonuku, but little has been said of the workhorses of the world record attempt. by Emirates Team NZ Media Posted 4 Dec 09:52 UTC NSW 18ft Skiff Championship Race 2 NSW 18ft Skiff Championship Race 2 Andoo team extended its lead in the series The Andoo team of John Winning Jr., Seve Jarvin and Sam Newton extended its lead in the NSW 18ft Skiff Championship with another top class exhibition in the North East wind conditions which prevailed for Race 2 of the series on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 4 Dec 08:16 UTC Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 5 Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 5 Four more races held on the Rio de la Plata On the penultimate day of racing at the Moth World Championship the wind again delivered on a typical spring day on the Rio de la Plata and four more races were completed. by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 Posted 4 Dec 05:52 UTC Mistral claims Cabbage Tree Island Race win Mistral claims Cabbage Tree Island Race win The first two-handed boat to win overall honours Mistral is the first two-handed boat to win Overall honours in one of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's major races, with co-skippers Rupert Henry and Greg O'Shea leading a two-handed sweep of the podium in the 2022 Cabbage Tree Island Race. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 4 Dec 02:41 UTC Dutch J/80 Frostbite Cup in full swing Dutch J/80 Frostbite Cup in full swing One competitor drawn from Istanbul to compete It was very close to canceling the second Frostbite Cup on November 6th. Fortunately, the Gooimeer Lake is inland and the J/80 fleet could count on steady winds of force 4 (12-16 kts), with peaks to force 6 (22-27 kts)!! by Ellen Hamelink Posted 4 Dec 00:16 UTC Small Boats, Big Talent Return to St. Maarten Small Boats, Big Talent Return to St. Maarten Pamala Baldwin offers places on her J122 for young and rising talent On the water there's everything from Maxis with their professional crews, through to thrill-seeking catamarans, and the sportsboat classes, with skippers and crews ranging from Olympic sailors, world-class tacticians and navigators to newcomers. by St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Posted 4 Dec 00:13 UTC Survey looks at how to support women in sailing Survey looks at how to support women in sailing Seeking to understand participation and boat ownership in Ireland Irish Sailing and the Irish Cruiser Racing Association would like to find out more about women's sailing participation and boat ownership. by Irish Sailing Team Posted 3 Dec 23:15 UTC Lady Liberty Regatta at Manhattan Yacht Club Lady Liberty Regatta at Manhattan Yacht Club Swedish women's J/24 team head to New York Here's her story of how a Swedish women's J/24 team got organized and headed to New York to go sailing on the Hudson River. by J/Boats Posted 3 Dec 19:45 UTC Nearly 200 expected for next Transat Jacques Vabre Nearly 200 expected for next Transat Jacques Vabre Almost 100 duos across the three open classes have already entered The Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre will celebrate its 30th anniversary in Le Havre before the two-handed Tranatlantic race heads to Martinique, where the finish of the race known as the Route du Café will be hosted for the second time in a row. by TJV Media Posted 3 Dec 17:25 UTC
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