Please select your home edition
Edition
RS Sailing 2021 - LEADERBOARD

The Foiling Week schedule revealed

by The Foiling Week on 18 Feb 2014
Robert Greenhalgh(GBR3979), C7- Pietro Sibello (ITA3392), B9-Pablo Arandia (ESP3675) Th.Martinez http://www.thmartinez.com
The Foiling Week is still four long months away, but we are already signing important deals and receiving enthusiast VIP confirmation. Nonetheless we now have a schedule for the week (July 4th - 12th), during which in the morning we will have forums, roundtables and presentations, and in the afternoon there will be on water trials available for those who sign in and Moth and Kite Invitational.

July 4-6th Moth National Open Championship
Battle for the most coveted title: King of Garda

 

July 4th

July 5th

July 6th

morning

 

Races

Races

afternoon

Races

Races

Prize giving

evening

Gala dinner

Party

 

 

July 7-9th The Foiling Week
Foiling experts that will exchange ideas, theories and experiences with a chance to see beautiful foilers up-close and see the latest in performance. Brand new foiling concept boats and production boats will be available for testing!

 

July 7th

July 8th

July 9th

morning

TFW Forum
Presentation
Key note
Short conferences

TFW Forum
Key note
Short conferences
Round table

TFW Forum
Key note
Short conferences
Round table

afternoon

TFW on the water
Boat presentation/trial
Speed contest
On the water practice

TFW on the water
Boat presentation/trial
Speed contest
Mixed fleet contest
Moth invitational

TFW on the water
Boat presentation/trial
Speed contest
Mixed fleet contest
Kite invitational

evening

Inaugural dinner

Party

Awards & prize giving

 

July 10-12th Full Foiling Catamaran Racing 
“Spectacular foiling cats do engage in fleet and match racing”

 

July 10th

July 11th

July 12th

morning

 

Races

Races

afternoon

Races

Races

Prize giving

evening

 

Gala dinner

 

Since the last announcement, we've had quite a few confirmations from the Forum key role players. People with deep knowledge on the foiling engineering, whose experience and know-how will be shared to the audience. Among them Kevin Hall from last America's Cup Challenger of Record Artemis Racing, where he worked as head of performance and instruments department, Giorgio Provinciali, AC 2010 winner with BMW Oracle Racing, he was appendage design and performance prediction program specialist for Luna Rossa Challenge 2013, Tom Speer, OTUSA Aero&Sail project leader winning AC34 in San Francisco, Chris Edward and Philip Kenchigton from C-Fly Hydrofoil Catamaran. These names are just a few, you can find the updated list on our website.

In order to best manage the foiling boats on water trials, we created an online registration form for those who intend to actually jump on the boats and literally fly. During the first few days of registration we've had a huge feedback from people interested in attending the foiling week. Among them some designer, many sailors, various actors of the industry, all interested in coming to Lake Garda and sharing their know-how and learning about the evolution of the foiling world. You can sign up here.


J Composites 2020 - FOOTERCyclops 2020 - SmartlinkNano - FOOTERGrapefruit Graphics 2019 - Footer

Related Articles

2021 Rolex Middle Sea Race underway
A grand day in a Grand Harbour All 114 yachts got away cleanly in a fresh south-easterly breeze that built from 10-12 knots, in the confines of Grand Harbour, to 15 knots plus once past the outer breakwater.
Posted on 23 Oct
North Sails - The Debrief
Recently Launched, How To Videos, Exciting Time for the IC37 The Baltic 146 Path is one of the most recent superyacht launches. Designed by Judel / Vrolijk and outfitted with North 3Di, Path is built for global long-distance cruising.
Posted on 23 Oct
Semaine Olympique Française de Hyères future dates
One of the major events on the international Olympic sailing circuit For over 50 years, the elite of Olympic sailing have converged on Hyères - in the Toulon Provence Méditerranée area - in the spring, for one of the most hotly-anticipated events of the season.
Posted on 23 Oct
2021 International Masters Regatta day 2
Carl Buchan wins the day in San Diego The second day of the 2021 International Masters Regatta started slow and ended strong. Kicking off the day with over an hour postponement only gave the competitors more time to strategize and communicate.
Posted on 23 Oct
USA iQFoil athletes ready for action in Marseille
Ready for competition in the European Championships at the future Paris 2024 venue Three US athletes are on the ground in Marseille, France, the sailing venue for the Paris 2024 Olympics, for the 2021 iQFoil European Championships. Racing begins Saturday, October 23 and continues through Thursday, October 28.
Posted on 22 Oct
J/111 Worlds a Hampton, Virginia USA day 2
Rodrick Jabin's Ramrod continues to lead Two more races were completed on day two of the 2021 J/111 World Championship hosted by Hampton Yacht Club in Hampton, Virginia USA.
Posted on 22 Oct
5.5 Metre Alpen Cup day 2
Girls on Film dominates the second day on Lake Garda Peter Morton's Girls on Film (GBR 41, Peter Morton, Andrew Palfrey, Ben Cornish) has taken the lead at the 5.5 Metre Alpen Cup at Circolo Vela Torbole on Lake Garda, after three more races on Friday.
Posted on 22 Oct
Youth Foiling Gold Cup Act 3 day 2
Light winds but thrilling racing Light winds characterised the second day of racing in the Cagliari leg of the Youth Foiling Gold Cup.
Posted on 22 Oct
New Blocks and Cam-Cleats from Seldén
An assortment of Soft-Attachment blocks, Ratchet blocks and Cam-cleats Seldén, the Swedish manufacturer of rigs and sail handling equipment, is expanding their deck hardware range by introducing an assortment of Soft-Attachment blocks, Ratchet blocks and Cam-cleats.
Posted on 22 Oct
Six reasons to upgrade your sailboat's electronics
Off-season is the perfect time to start planning for next summer The sailing season is winding down across much of the Northern Hemisphere, but that doesn't mean the work on your boat is done for the year.
Posted on 22 Oct