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Training injury puts Am Cup champ out of classic Training injury puts Am Cup champ out of classic Twice America's Cup champion, Jimmy Spithill has incurred an elbow tendon injury Twice America's Cup champion, Jimmy Spithill has incurred an elbow tendon injury while preparing for Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race on Comanche 100 by Di Pearson/RSHYR Media Posted 13 Dec 15:09 NZDT Zhik: More exciting news on the America's Cup Zhik: More exciting news on the America's Cup This month Zhik talks to Sam Meech, who is doing great things in his Laser - Olympics and more. This month Zhik talks to Sam Meech, who is doing great things in his Laser. Sailing has been in Sam's blood since his family upped sticks at a young age and went sailing around the world. You can see where he gets his passion from! by Steffi Bourke, Zhik Posted 13 Dec 10:23 NZDT Second America's Cup Challenge has AC75 in build Second America's Cup Challenge has AC75 in build Stars & Stripes Team USA will once again sail in Auckland The second US team now accepted as a Challenger for the America's Cup has been working on a challenge for over a year - predating Emirates Team New Zealand's win in Bermuda on June 26, 2017 by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 13 Dec 10:00 NZDT The IMOCA class continues to push forward The IMOCA class continues to push forward 2019 looks like being an exciting, action-packed year with six races The IMOCA class held its annual general meeting on Tuesday 11th December in Paris. This gathering enabled the class to present its appraisal of what was a very positive 2018 season coming to a climax with an outstanding edition of the Route du Rhum by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 13 Dec 22:28 NZDT Clipper Race crew claims National Yachting Award Clipper Race crew claims National Yachting Award Simon DuBois has been announced as Québec Sailor of the Year Quebecan Clipper 2017-18 Race crew member Simon DuBois, who raced around the world on board the Visit Seattle team yacht, has been announced as Québec Sailor of the Year. by Clipper Round the World Posted 13 Dec 20:15 NZDT SOLAS Big Boat Challenge wrap for 2018 SOLAS Big Boat Challenge wrap for 2018 Nic Douglass catches up on all the action What a day it was this year for the Grinders Coffee SOLAS Big Boat Challenge! by Nic Douglass Posted 13 Dec 19:37 NZDT GGR Day 164: Storm threatens Istvan Kopar GGR Day 164: Storm threatens Istvan Kopar Storm threatens Istvan Kopar As French race leader Jean-Luc Van Den Heede works to protect his shrinking lead over 2nd placed Dutch rival Mark Slats, the focus is once more on a violent storm in the Southern Ocean that looks likely to overtake 4th placed American/Hungarian Istvan by Barry Pickthall, Golden Globe Race Posted 13 Dec 13:55 NZDT Stars & Stripes Team USA joins 36th America's Cup Stars & Stripes Team USA joins 36th America's Cup First all-American entry in over 15 years to compete for Auld Mug Long Beach Yacht Club announced today that its entry, Stars & Stripes Team USA, has formally been accepted by the Defender and Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron as the fifth Challenger of the 36th America's Cup. by Jordan Kelly Posted 13 Dec 08:00 NZDT 18ft Skiffs 'Supercup' 2018 preview 18ft Skiffs 'Supercup' 2018 preview Some of 18ft Skiff's past greatest sailors will make a return to the 18s on Friday Some of 18ft Skiffs past greatest sailors will make a return to the 18s on Friday, December 14, when the Australian 18 Footers League will stage the inaugural 'Supercup' on Sydney Harbour. by Frank Quealey Posted 12 Dec 22:23 NZDT Olympians flock to Sail Melbourne Olympians flock to Sail Melbourne Featuring the world's best Olympic, Para-sailing and Youth Sailors A selection of the world's best sailors has assembled at Melbourne's Royal Brighton Yacht Club this week to contest the 2018 edition of Sail Melbourne International (SMI) starting tomorrow, Thursday, 13 December 2018. by Michael Martin Posted 12 Dec 22:18 NZDT Grinders SOLAS Big Boat Challenge Grinders SOLAS Big Boat Challenge Winning Appliances, on only their first outing, took out Overall Winner of the event. Winning Appliances, on only their first outing, took out Overall Winner of the event. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 12 Dec 11:49 NZDT AC36 news, Susie Goodall successfully rescued AC36 news, Susie Goodall successfully rescued Latest newsletter from David Schmidt of Sail-World International sailing news is giving Pacific Northwest sailors some mental reprieve until our next regatta-rain, wind and all-or until the snow gets deep enough for the powder skis. by David Schmidt Posted 12 Dec 09:00 NZDT Grinders Coffee SOLAS Big Boat Challenge Grinders Coffee SOLAS Big Boat Challenge Wild Oats XI reclaims Line Honours crown Despite smart crew work from last year's Line Honours winner Peter Harburg's Black Jack, it was only a matter of moments before the Oatley Family's Wild Oats XI exerted her authority to take Line Honours in the Grinders Coffee SOLAS Big Boat Challenge. by Di Pearson with DJ Munro Posted 11 Dec 21:52 NZDT A tsunami of Am Cup Challenges hits Auckland A tsunami of Am Cup Challenges hits Auckland The flurry of Late Notices of Challenge for the America's Cup, caught everyone by surprise As Emirates Team New Zealand's Chief Operating Officer Kevin Shoebridge told the Auckland Council's Governing Body on Thursday afternoon, they all came in on the last day [November 30], and three came in within the last five minutes of entry time. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 11 Dec 18:06 NZDT New Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300 New Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300 Set for the European spring of 2019 To create the high-performance Sun Fast 3300, which is to be sailed either fully crewed or short handed, Jeanneau enlisted two renowned naval architects: Daniel Andrieu and Guillaume Verdier. by Jeanneau Posted 10 Dec 19:02 NZDT 2019 Tour Voile: Spotlight on well-rounded sailors 2019 Tour Voile: Spotlight on well-rounded sailors 17 days of adrenaline and confrontation along French coast Over the years, the Tour Voile has established itself as a pioneering event famous for its ability to evolve and break new ground. by A.S.O./Tour Voile Posted 10 Dec 07:10 NZDT 2019 Transat Jacques Vabre: Preview 2019 Transat Jacques Vabre: Preview Class40, Muli50 and Imoca60 will brave the Atlantic double-handed The "Coffee Route" from Le Havre to Salvador de Bahia is a familiar one for the sailors, as it will be the 6th time that the Transat Jacques Vabre will finish there. by Media TJV 2019 Posted 10 Dec 05:05 NZDT New-build Bronenosec is back for 52 Super Series New-build Bronenosec is back for 52 Super Series Vladimir Liubomirov will return armed with a new boat in 2019 The decision to build a new boat for 2019 reflects the experienced team's desire to find an edge in the highly competitive 52 Super Series fleet. by 52 Super Series Posted 10 Dec 03:03 NZDT Franck Cammas joins Oman Sail Franck Cammas joins Oman Sail To manage their ongoing Diam and new Figaro campaigns Regarded as one of the highest-profile sailors of his generation, Cammas, 45, has a glowing racing CV which includes victories in the Volvo Ocean Race, Tour de France a la Voile, Transat Jacques Vabre, Route du Rhum and Solitaire du Figaro. by Oman Sail Posted 9 Dec 22:54 NZDT Ben Ainslie takes a look back at 2018 for INEOS UK Ben Ainslie takes a look back at 2018 for INEOS UK Ben Ainslie reflects on the progress made by INEOS Team UK in 2018 Sir Ben Ainslie, helmsman, skipper and CEO of INEOS Team UK reflects on the year for the America's Cup Challenger, including the launch and trialling of their test platform - T5, the GC32 racing campaign and the new additions to the team. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 9 Dec 22:53 NZDT 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 3 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 3 Incredible win for the Asko Appliances crew The Asko Appliances crew of James Dorron, Harry Bethwaite and Karl Langford came from a seemingly hopeless position to win an incredible Race 3 of the NSW 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 9 Dec 21:08 NZDT Star Sailors League Finals overall Star Sailors League Finals overall Brazilian double victory For a second time a Brazilian crew claimed victory in the Star Sailors League Finals, but on this occasion it was not the bookies' choice. Olympic legend Robert Scheidt and Henry Boening were favourites going into this event and completely dominated by Star Sailors League Posted 9 Dec 19:14 NZDT Record broken at Lighthouse to Leighton Kiteboard Record broken at Lighthouse to Leighton Kiteboard European champion Guy Bridge breaks Red Bull record A convincing win by 19-year-old Guy Bridge from Devon, UK saw a new race record set at today's Red Bull Lighthouse to Leighton kiteboard race from Rottnest Island. by Janine Pittaway Posted 9 Dec 04:17 NZDT Entries flooding in for 2019 Superyacht Cup Palma Entries flooding in for 2019 Superyacht Cup Palma No fewer than 14 of the world's finest yachts have already expressed interest While the thoughts of many may be turned towards the end of year festivities, superyacht owners, skippers and crews have been planning ahead and registering for next June's edition of the Superyacht Cup Palma. by Superyacht Cup Palma Posted 9 Dec 03:25 NZDT CYCA Trophy Series underway with RSHYR in sight CYCA Trophy Series underway with RSHYR in sight Last major offshore hit-out for crews preparing for Boxing Day Day one of the weekend-long Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) Trophy Series was under way today with a super competitive line-up making the start on Sydney Harbour. by DJ Munro Posted 9 Dec 00:19 NZDT The Flying Ant - new Junior crewed skiff in NZ The Flying Ant - new Junior crewed skiff in NZ The Flying Ant is for 11-15 year olds who want to learn to sail High Performance boats. The Flying Ant is back in NZ - rigged up in The Water Shed . This boat is for 11-15 year olds who want to learn to sail High Performance boats. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 8 Dec 23:06 NZDT Only one day of racing possible in Blake Regatta Only one day of racing possible in Blake Regatta Olivia Christie (Worser Bay) claimed the Sir Peter Blake Memorial Trophy Only one day of racing was possible at the Sir Peter Blake Regatta due to strong winds on Saturday. Conditions eased enough on Sunday, with a perfect 12-15 knot wind blowing across the Hauraki Gulf allowing as many as five races in some classes. by Yachting New Zealand Posted 8 Dec 22:22 NZDT Star Sailors League Finals day 4 Star Sailors League Finals day 4 Scheidt/Boening demolish opposition on final day of Qualifying While the star performers today certainly were Robert Scheidt/Henry Boening and Paul Cayard, significant to more competitors was what was happening mid-fleet. For today, Friday, the final Qualifier races were held at the Star Sailors League Finals by Star Sailors League Posted 8 Dec 22:12 NZDT Volvo Ocean Race: Remembering Sir Peter Blake Volvo Ocean Race: Remembering Sir Peter Blake It's 17 years since the Kiwi Race Legend passed away This week marks 17 years since Race legend Sir Peter Blake passed away. Revered by many as the greatest yachtsman of the modern era, Blake was 24 when he first took part in the Race as a watch captain onboard Burton Cutter in the debut edition in 1973. by Jonno Turner | Volvo Ocean Race Posted 8 Dec 21:50 NZDT Harken "At the Front" - December 2018 Harken "At the Front" - December 2018 Welcome to the December issue of "At the Front" a monthly interactive digest of top news from the wo Welcome to the December issue of "At the Front" a monthly interactive digest of top news from the world of Harken.See the Award winning Harken Mooring Winch; there's a report from the 26th Harken Int Youth Match Racing Championship and much more. by Harken Media Posted 8 Dec 21:14 NZDT CYOA continues Classic Yacht Racing Series in 2019 CYOA continues Classic Yacht Racing Series in 2019 The series formerly known as the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge With Panerai's recently announced intention to discontinue their support of classic yachting events in both Europe and the US, the series was left without an Organizing Authority. by Bill Lynn Posted 8 Dec 08:38 NZDT Olympic classes decided on Day 4 at Sail Sydney Olympic classes decided on Day 4 at Sail Sydney Waterhouse and Darmanin prove to be Australia's Nacra 17 powerhouses Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin proved to be Australia's Nacra 17 powerhouses once again, their worst result a second and a DNF from 12 races putting them four points clear of New Zealand's Gemma Jones and Jason Saunders who put up an epic fight. by Michael Martin Posted 8 Dec 03:40 NZDT 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 3 preview 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 3 preview Sailors are hoping for a change of fortune after first two weeks The cream of Australia's 18ft Skiff Racing talent is hoping for a change of fortune when the 2018-2019 NSW 18ft Skiff Championship resumes on Sydney Harbour on Sunday. by Frank Quealey Posted 8 Dec 00:14 NZDT Royal Huisman and Berret-Racoupeau Launch in Asia Royal Huisman and Berret-Racoupeau Launch in Asia Super Cats with Grace, Space, and Pace. Royal Huisman shipyard is teaming up with Berret-Racoupeau Design to produce custom-built multihull superyachts, both power and sail, that redefine luxury catamaran design from the waterline upwards. by Asia Yacht Press Posted 7 Dec 23:57 NZDT 36th America's Cup fleet matches Bermuda 36th America's Cup fleet matches Bermuda Royal NZ Yacht Squadron has advised that they have accepted a fifth Challenge The America's Cup Defender, Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has advised that they have accepted a fifth Challenge for the 36th America's Cup. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 7 Dec 20:04 NZDT CYCA Trophy Series: Offshore hit-out before RSHYR CYCA Trophy Series: Offshore hit-out before RSHYR Four 100-foot super maxis race ahead of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race Four 100-foot super maxis will this weekend have their final offshore hit-out at the CYCA Trophy Series before the Everest of Ocean Racing, the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race starting Boxing Day. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 7 Dec 19:29 NZDT Collinson FX: Dec 7 - KIWI holds ground Collinson FX: Dec 7 - KIWI holds ground The NZD held up reasonably well considering, softening to 0.6870, while the AUD fell to 0.7200. The NZD held up reasonably well considering, softening to 0.6870, while the AUD fell to 0.7200. The AUD has been adversely effected by the recent downgraded growth data and the health of the consumer. by Collinson FX Posted 7 Dec 18:07 NZDT Star Sailors League Finals day 3 Star Sailors League Finals day 3 Mark Mendelblatt & Brian Fatih move into the lead Bahamas conditions set in on day three of the Star Sailors League Finals with 12-18 knots winds from the prevailing northeast-easterly direction. by Star Sailors League Posted 7 Dec 16:02 NZDT America's Cup: First time challenger accepted America's Cup: First time challenger accepted The first ever challenge for the America's Cup from the Royal Malta Yacht Club has been accepted The first ever challenge for the America's Cup from the Royal Malta Yacht Club has been accepted by the Defender, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron. by Malta Altus Challenge Posted 7 Dec 13:42 NZDT Malta Altus Challenge accepted for America's Cup Malta Altus Challenge accepted for America's Cup Pasquale Cataldi commits to three cycles One week since the close of the 36th America's Cup entry period, the Defender and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron have completed the required checks and accepted the Royal Malta Yacht Club challenge for the 36th America's Cup. by America's Cup Posted 7 Dec 09:42 NZDT Maltese America's Cup team boss new to sailing Maltese America's Cup team boss new to sailing Maltese America's Cup backer says he is a on a steep learning curve "I'm not a sailor, " Mr Cataldi told Sail-World NZ. "So these past months have been a very accelerated education process for me to learn more about the intricacies of the America's Cup." by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 7 Dec 09:09 NZDT Unstoppable METSTRADE builds on success Unstoppable METSTRADE builds on success Record attendance and a vibrant atmosphere in Amsterdam There are a select number of exhibitions and trade shows around the world that take on a life of their own, becoming essential global gathering points for all professionals in their sector. by Sigrid van der Wel - METSTRADE Posted 7 Dec 07:36 NZDT
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