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Hyde Sails 2021 - Basic LEADERBOARD
Images from the Doyle Sails Wednesday Night series Images from the Doyle Sails Wednesday Night series A moderate westerly breeze blowing down the Waitemata was a great welcome back for the crews The New Year got away to a positive start with the resumption of regular club racing at Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron as well as the Starling, Womens and National Match Racing championships later this week. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 20 Jan 12:29 NZDT RORC Transatlantic Race day 12 RORC Transatlantic Race day 12 Caro and Tala duke it out On the twelfth day of the RORC Transatlantic Race a thrilling finish is shaping up for Caro and Tala in IRC Zero, with the potential for both teams to take the overall lead under IRC for the RORC Transatlantic Race Trophy. by Louay Habib Posted 20 Jan 04:25 NZDT Rig tuning with Andy Rice and Charlie Cumbley Rig tuning with Andy Rice and Charlie Cumbley North Sails one design expert Charlie Cumbley joins Andy Rice to discuss Etchells and J70 rig tune Join North Sails One Design Expert Charlie Cumbley joins Andy Rice from Sailjuice.com to share the art and science behind optimal rig tuning and boat setup. by North Sails Posted 20 Jan 05:51 NZDT Shirley Roberston interviews Jangada team Shirley Roberston interviews Jangada team Racing double-handed in the RORC Transatlantic Race Shirley Roberston calls up Jeremy Waitt and Richard Palmer on the satellite phone, as they race across the Atlantic in 'Jangada'. The pair have won the RORC Transatlantic Race before, and are again in the double-handed category. by Shirley Robertson Posted 20 Jan 05:24 NZDT 100th Australian 18 Footers Championship 100th Australian 18 Footers Championship A good opportunity to reflect on its history and acknowledge the contributions of designers With the 100th Australian 18 footers Championship scheduled to be sailed on Sydney Harbour from February 5 to 13, it's a good opportunity to reflect on its history and acknowledge the contributions of designers, builders and competitors from NSW. by Frank Quealey Posted 19 Jan 20:31 NZDT RORC Transatlantic Race: L4 Trifork finishes RORC Transatlantic Race: L4 Trifork finishes An elapsed time of 9 days 10 hrs 27 mins for the modified Volvo 70 At sunset on the tenth day of the RORC Transatlantic Race, the modified Volvo 70 L4 Trifork (DEN) finished the RORC Transatlantic Race in an elapsed time of 9 days 10 hrs 27 mins and 58 secs. by Louay Habib Posted 19 Jan 05:33 NZDT A perfect day of winter racing A perfect day of winter racing Sail-World's US Editor tells of a magical day enabled by great teamwork The roads were icy, but far less treacherous than I feared as I eased onto I-5, my car aimed at Seattle's Shilshole Bay Marina. Amazingly, this motif of the day exceeding expectations continued throughout our team's 2022 Duwamish Head Race. by David Schmidt Posted 19 Jan 05:00 NZDT RORC Transatlantic Race: Battle on for overall win RORC Transatlantic Race: Battle on for overall win 1 teams are still racing in the Atlantic to claim the RORC Transatlantic Race Trophy On the tenth day of the RORC Transatlantic Race, 21 teams are still racing in the Atlantic for the overall win and to claim the RORC Transatlantic Race Trophy. by Louay Habib Posted 18 Jan 13:43 NZDT 2021: The Data Is In 2021: The Data Is In The push towards data-driven performance enhancement rolls on Every year the push towards data-driven performance enhancement rolls on. More sailors get dialled-in to more data inputs, and the gap widens between those adopting smarter race tactics & training practises and those left behind. by Cyclops Marine Posted 18 Jan 05:30 NZDT Comanche's RORC Transatlantic Race video Comanche's RORC Transatlantic Race video After seting a new race record for the 3,000nm race from Lanzarote to Grenada The 30.48m (100ft) VPLP Design/Verdier Maxi Comanche, skippered by Mitch Booth, took Monohull Line Honours in the 2022 RORC Transatlantic Race, winning the magnificent IMA Trophy. by Louay Habib Posted 18 Jan 01:17 NZDT Sail Melbourne 2022 Overall Sail Melbourne 2022 Overall Strong winds and strong wins to wrap up Sail Melbourne 2022 wrapped up on Port Phillip today, with a number of classes relying on the final race of the day to decide a winner. by Olivia Newman Posted 17 Jan 22:16 NZDT At the front of the fleet. At the front of the fleet. Handy position to be in. no matter whether it is icy pole sticks in a drain, or ocean racers at sea. Handy position to be in, no matter whether it is icy pole sticks in a drain, or Grand Prix boats out in the big blue. Since my last ditty, I noticed that three podiums in the one race were all powered by North Sails... by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 17 Jan 10:00 NZDT Comanche sets RORC Transatlantic Race record Comanche sets RORC Transatlantic Race record Winning the magnificent IMA Trophy The 30.48m (100ft) VPLP Design/Verdier Maxi Comanche, skippered by Mitch Booth, has taken Monohull Line Honours in the 2022 RORC Transatlantic Race, winning the magnificent IMA Trophy. by Louay Habib Posted 17 Jan 08:57 NZDT The dream builders The dream builders Putting together all of the building blocks for a successful Vendée Globe project Putting together all of the building blocks which form a successful Vendée Globe project is a seemingly endless task. by Vendee Globe Posted 16 Jan 23:53 NZDT Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 4 Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 4 Para Sailing National Champions decided Three National Champions were decided at Sail Melbourne today, with the Australia Para Sailing National Championships concluding on another stunning Melbourne day. by Michael Martin Posted 16 Jan 22:57 NZDT Comanche takes Monohull Line Honours Comanche takes Monohull Line Honours Winning the magnificent IMA Trophy and setting a new RORC Transatlantic Race record Comanche (CAY) - the 30.48m (100ft) VPLP Design/Verdier Maxi, skippered by Mitch Booth (AUS), has taken Monohull Line Honours in the 2022 RORC Transatlantic Race - crossing the Grenada finish line off Camper and Nicholsons Port Louis Marina. by Louay Habib Posted 16 Jan 22:29 NZDT All systems go for the Fireball Worlds in Ireland All systems go for the Fireball Worlds in Ireland To be held at Lough Derg Yacht Club, Dromineer in August With the publication of the Notice of Race and the opening of the online entry system it's all systems go for the Fireball World Championship at Lough Derg Yacht Club, Dromineer in August. by Frank Miller Posted 16 Jan 21:49 NZDT 18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 6 18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 6 A third race win in the series for the Tech2 team The third race win of the NSW 18ft Skiff Championship to the Tech2 team of Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Lewis Brake, in Race 6 on Sydney Harbour today, puts it into the equal lead of the series with just two more races to be sailed. by Frank Quealey Posted 16 Jan 20:33 NZDT RS Aero East Coast Championship 2022 day 2 RS Aero East Coast Championship 2022 day 2 Being held at the RPAYC on Sydney's Pittwater There was a mixed bag of conditions for Day 2 of the RS Aero East Coast Championship being held at the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club this weekend on Sydney's Pittwater. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 16 Jan 18:07 NZDT The Ocean Race - One year to go! The Ocean Race - One year to go! Leg one of The Ocean Race 2022-23 will start on January 15, 2023 Leg one of The Ocean Race 2022-23 will start on January 15, 2023, from Alicante, Spain. by The Ocean Race Posted 16 Jan 14:59 NZDT Colligo Marine Snatch Blocks Colligo Marine Snatch Blocks Extremely lightweight and strong static blocks for high load, low travel situations Colligo Soft Snatch Blocks are extremely lightweight and strong static blocks for high load, low travel situations or low load, high travel situations. by Colligo Marine Posted 16 Jan 11:51 NZDT Multihull Line Honours in RORC Transatlantic Race Multihull Line Honours in RORC Transatlantic Race Multi70 Maserati crosses the finish line first in Grenada Giovanni Soldini's Multi70 Maserati has taken Multihull Line Honours in the RORC Transatlantic Race, crossing the finish line outside Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina in Grenada at 05:51:41 UTC on Saturday 15th January (Corrected: 6d 18h 51m 41s). by Louay Habib Posted 16 Jan 08:28 NZDT Maiden sets sail on three-year world tour Maiden sets sail on three-year world tour All-female crew departs from Dubai Maiden's eagerly awaited departure on the 2021-2024 World Tour took place today when the iconic yacht left the Dubai Offshore Sailing Club on her 90,000nm journey, skippered by the legendary Marie-Claude Kieffer Heys. by The Maiden Factor Posted 16 Jan 01:11 NZDT RS Sailing share teaser of the brand new RS Toura RS Sailing share teaser of the brand new RS Toura Coming soon! The new adventure cruising / training dinghy Coming soon! The new adventure cruising / training dinghy. by RS Sailing Posted 15 Jan 21:30 NZDT Maserati takes Multihull Line Honours Maserati takes Multihull Line Honours After intense battle in the RORC Transatlantic Race After an intense Atlantic battle, Giovanni Soldini's Multi70 (ITA) Maserati has crossed the finish line first in the 8th edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race, finishing at 05:51:41 UTC in Grenada on Saturday 15 January to take Multihull Line Honours. by Louay Habib Posted 15 Jan 21:23 NZDT 2022 International WASZP Class Membership 2022 International WASZP Class Membership The IWCM is an important part of the WASZP community and culture It is time to renew your 2022 International WASZP Class Membership, WASZP has worked hard to provide significant value for our International Class Members. In 2022 we will be providing over $AU100 value to our members for $AU99. by Marc Ablett Posted 15 Jan 20:08 NZDT Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 3 Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 3 A Wave of Wins for Wearn Tokyo Olympic champion Matt Wearn has continued his domination of the ILCA 7 class, with the Western Australian posting his sixth straight race win in his return to competition at Sail Melbourne today. by Olivia Newman Posted 15 Jan 19:15 NZDT Current holders battle it out double-handed Current holders battle it out double-handed News from the smallest boat in the RORC Transatlantic Race One of the top offshore yachts in the UK is currently Mid-Atlantic vying for a top spot in the most competitive international fleet to race the Atlantic possibly ever and they just have two persons aboard. by Kate Cope Posted 15 Jan 08:58 NZDT RORC Transatlantic Race Day 7 - Multihull action RORC Transatlantic Race Day 7 - Multihull action On the morning of the seventh day of the RORC Transatlantic Race news in from PowerPlay and Argo con At dawn in Grenada on Saturday 15th January, a grandstand multihull finish is expected at Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina. The wounded beast Maserati is in third. Comanche is under 900 miles from Grenada and odds on for a new monohull race record. by Louay Habib Posted 15 Jan 04:02 NZDT The Ocean Race announces Official Timing Partner The Ocean Race announces Official Timing Partner The countdown is on and Ulysse Nardin will be responsible for all race timings With just one year to go to the start gun for leg one, the countdown is on and Ulysse Nardin, the pioneering Swiss watch manufacturer, has become the official timekeeper of the Race. by The Ocean Race Posted 15 Jan 01:32 NZDT Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 2 Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 2 Heated racing to continue the Path to Paris There was plenty of heat on and off the water on Day 2 of Sail Melbourne 2022, where kiteboards and wing foils took to Port Phillip for their first day of racing in 32-degree temperatures. by Australian Sailing Posted 14 Jan 22:15 NZDT CJ Perez joins other sailing champions CJ Perez joins other sailing champions To launch Clean Sailors Youth Racing Team for a cleaner ocean US Championship sailor and youngest-ever SailGP star, CJ Perez (18), is one of three international champion sailors to join forces and launch the Clean Sailors Youth Racing Team. by Clean Sailors Posted 14 Jan 08:07 NZDT RORC Transatlantic Race Day 6 RORC Transatlantic Race Day 6 A thrilling line honours battle is shaping up for the multihulls The 100ft Maxi Comanche (CAY), skippered by Mitch Booth is estimated to be over two days ahead of the monohull race record and win for the IMA Trophy for monohull line honours. by Louay Habib Posted 14 Jan 02:49 NZDT How to use sailing Dog Bones How to use sailing Dog Bones We know what you're thinking "how can a dog bone be used on a sailboat? We're not playing fetch!" We know what you're thinking "how can a dog bone be used on a sailboat? We're not playing fetch!". Well, the type of dog bone we're talking about here is not something you would want to feed to your favourite four legged friend. by Allen Posted 14 Jan 01:00 NZDT Letter from the Antipodes: AC37, SailGP, Olympics Letter from the Antipodes: AC37, SailGP, Olympics The 2021 Rolex Sydney Hobart Race marked the beginning of the resumption of major sailing events. The 2021 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race marked the beginning of the resumption of major sailing events in the southern hemisphere, but ended in yet another rules controversy. Plus a look at the 36th and 37th America's Cup and Tokyo2020 and what lies ahead by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 13 Jan 22:56 NZDT World Sailing recognise Race Officers' service World Sailing recognise Race Officers' service Two of New Zealand's longest standing race officials have been recognised by World Sailing Two of New Zealand's longest standing race officials John and Linda Parrish, have been recognised by the awarding of a Service Award to John, by World Sailing. Parrish has been involved in six Olympic Games, including last year's in Enoshima. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 13 Jan 22:02 NZDT Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 1 Sail Melbourne 2022 Day 1 Olympians return to racing for opening day of Sail Melbourne 2022 on Port Phillip Sail Melbourne kicked off today, welcoming the return of several Olympians including Tokyo ILCA 7 Champion, Matt Wearn. by Australian Sailing Posted 13 Jan 21:19 NZDT Laser World champ coaching at YNZ Opti camps Laser World champ coaching at YNZ Opti camps New ILCA 7 (Laser) world champion Tom Saunders is among the 12 coaches at Opti clinics The Optimist scene is still one of the main breeding grounds for New Zealand's sailors and over the past month nearly 100 youngsters have been learning off world champions, SailGP sailors and world championship-winning coaches. by Michael Brown/YNZ Posted 13 Jan 17:30 NZDT Malaga confirmed as Spanish AC37 venue option Malaga confirmed as Spanish AC37 venue option The Mayor of the City of Malaga says the Costa del Sol city is one of the AC37 hosting venues Leading Spanish sailing journalist Juame Soler confirms on his blog that the Spanish port of Malaga has been working discreetly for weeks to host the 37th America's Cup. The regatta bid, to be staged in 2024, has been confirmed by the Mayor of the city. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 13 Jan 13:41 NZDT RORC Transatlantic Race Day 5 RORC Transatlantic Race Day 5 A game of chess The RORC Transatlantic Race enters the fifth day with the potential for a real twist of fate at the front of the RORC fleet. by Louay Habib Posted 13 Jan 04:59 NZDT SailGP: Crew roles explained about the Foiling 50 SailGP: Crew roles explained about the Foiling 50 Know your Flight Controller from your Wing Trimmer? How about your Driver from your Grinder? The crew have to be at the top of their game each time they race the F50,but do you actually know what each of the people onboard are doing on the boat to ensure it flies across the waves? by SailGP Posted 12 Jan 22:32 NZDT NSW 18ft Skiff Championship continues this Sunday NSW 18ft Skiff Championship continues this Sunday Australian 18 Footers League's 21-boat fleet back on Sydney Harbour after the Christmas break The Australian 18 Footers League's 21-boat fleet will be back on Sydney Harbour next Sunday (January 16) when the club will conduct Race 6 of the eight-race 2021-22 NSW 18ft Skiff Championship. by Frank Quealey Posted 12 Jan 22:02 NZDT Global Solo Challenge reaches 40 entries Global Solo Challenge reaches 40 entries An incredible milestone for the event First, we received two new entries bringing the total to 40. It is such an incredible milestone for the event. We never imagined the first edition of the Global Solo Challenge could receive so much interest. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 12 Jan 18:45 NZDT RORC Transatlantic Race Day 4 RORC Transatlantic Race Day 4 Record pace for the multihull and monohull leaders Peter Cunningham's MOD70 PowerPlay (CAY) is over halfway and just two hours outside multihull race record pace. The 100ft Maxi Comanche (CAY), skippered by Mitch Booth, is 1,900 miles from Grenada and well inside monohull race record pace. by Louay Habib Posted 12 Jan 02:32 NZDT Westhaven Marina goes with Spinlock lifejackets Westhaven Marina goes with Spinlock lifejackets NZ's premier marina, Westhaven Marina, chooses Spinlock inflatable lifejackets for their staff. New Zealand's premier marina, Westhaven Marina, has selected the internationally-renowned, high quality range of Spinlock inflatable lifejackets for their staff. by Mike Rose Posted 11 Jan 23:12 NZDT Enter now for Optimist & Starling Auckland titles Enter now for Optimist & Starling Auckland titles Superb sailing action from February 5th – 7th, (Waitangi weekend), off Narrow Neck Beach Held annually on the waters of the Hauraki Gulf, the 2022 Auckland Optimist and Starling Championships is set to offer sailors and supporters superb sailing action from February 5th – 7th, (Waitangi weekend), off Narrow Neck Beach. Enter on the link below by Julia Faire Posted 11 Jan 22:03 NZDT America's Cup U-turn, 16ft Skiffs shine America's Cup U-turn, 16ft Skiffs shine Mark Jardine looks at what's been making the news so far in 2022 America's Cup land never fails to deliver on drama, and the past week saw plenty of it as American Magic confirmed their intention to compete in the 37th America's Cup (AC37), representing the New York Yacht Club (NYYC). by Mark Jardine Posted 11 Jan 09:00 NZDT Giesen New Year Regatta ends in fireworks Giesen New Year Regatta ends in fireworks Waikawa Boating Club's annual Giesen New Year Regatta finished with an explosive breeze on Sunday. Waikawa Boating Club's annual New Year Regatta enjoyed a wide range of breezes which gave every boat ample opportunity to put themselves forward as a contender for the regatta win. by David Hancock Posted 11 Jan 02:26 NZDT
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