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Hamilton Island Race Week: 200 entries & climbing Hamilton Island Race Week: 200 entries & climbing 200 entries for Hamilton Island Race Week A yacht with a name that says it all for its now retired owner is the 200th entry for Hamilton Island Race Week, which will be staged on the picturesque tropical waters of the Whitsundays next month. by Rob Mundle Posted 17 Jul 15:34 NZST America's Cup: Construction Update for June 2019 America's Cup: Construction Update for June 2019 All 84 piles for the Hobson Wharf extension (Luna Rossa base) have been installed, with 12 remaining The Wynyard Edge Alliance, a consortium charged with the construction of the America's Cup bases in Auckland is making good progress as detailed in their report as of the end of June 2019. by Wynyard Edge Posted 17 Jul 12:56 NZST Youth Worlds: Kiwis lead Boys 420 on Day 2 Youth Worlds: Kiwis lead Boys 420 on Day 2 Seb Menzies and Blake McGlashan have moved into the lead in the Boys 420 after Day 2 Seb Menzies and Blake McGlashan might be one of the youngest combinations at the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships but the only numbers they care about are results and they've made a good start in Gdynia. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 17 Jul 11:23 NZST Dates for 2020 Auckland Fiji Race confirmed Dates for 2020 Auckland Fiji Race confirmed On Saturday 30th May 2020, a fleet of competitive yachts and multihulls will start the 1,100nm race The dates have been set for the next Royal Akarana Yacht Club major bluewater race, with the club sticking to tradition and racing from Auckland to Fiji. by Suellen Hurling, RAYC Media Posted 17 Jul 10:07 NZST Youth Worlds: Kiwis off to fast start - Day 1 Youth Worlds: Kiwis off to fast start - Day 1 Two New Zealand crews stood out on a testing opening day of the Hempel Youth Sailing World Champions Two New Zealand crews stood out on a testing opening day of the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships in Gdynia, Poland. Seb Menzies and Blake McGlashan, won the first of the two races sailed today in the Boys 420. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 16 Jul 16:02 NZST Gladwell's Line: Sailing sabbatical in Greece Gladwell's Line: Sailing sabbatical in Greece We have spent the past five weeks having a sabbatical in the form of three and a half weeks sailing We have spent the past five weeks having a sabbatical in the form of three and a half weeks sailing and living around the Greek Islands, followed by a few days in Cowes and Ireland. It was a great escape from the sail racing world. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 16 Jul 14:46 NZST Big boats sustain damage in Transpac - Day 2 Big boats sustain damage in Transpac - Day 2 Santa Cruz 70 activates emergency signal on Day 2 of Transpac, MOD 70 hits UFO At 0200 Pacific Daylight Time this morning the YB tracking system had activated an emergency signal from John Sangmeister's Santa Cruz 70 OEX after she experienced rudder issues and water ingress. Updated to include dockside video after the crews returned by Transpacific Yacht Club Posted 16 Jul 13:14 NZST Cascais 52 Super Series Sailing Week day 1 Cascais 52 Super Series Sailing Week day 1 Quantum Racing execute a typical Cascais race-winning strategy Quantum Racing's three-point aggregate sees them three points clear of three boats - Provezza, Bronenosec and Azzurra - after the first day of racing at this renowned high-wind venue where last year they won the Rolex TP52 World Championship. by 52 Super Series Posted 17 Jul 08:58 NZST Cascais 52 Super Series Sailing Week preview Cascais 52 Super Series Sailing Week preview Alegre looking for a repeat performance Cascais and the Rolex TP52 World Championship was the best regatta last year for Andy Soriano's Alegre and as the British-flagged team return this week to the famous Portuguese strong wind racing arena for the Cascais 52 Super Series Sailing Week by 52 Super Series Posted 17 Jul 05:14 NZST Transpac News, 12 Metre Words, AC Hall of Fame Transpac News, 12 Metre Words, AC Hall of Fame Latest Sail-World USA newsletter from David Schmidt While summer isn't even half over, the sailing world is being treated to some great offshore racing, starting with the Transatlantic Race 2019, and followed by the Transpacific Yacht Race, which began in a series of pursuit-style starts on July 10. by David Schmidt Posted 17 Jul 03:00 NZST Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek preview Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek preview Over 450 sailors ready for 16th edition of award-winning regatta Over 450 sailors, families and friends from more than 20 countries are set to make Cape Panwa Hotel their home this week as they head to Phuket to take part in the Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek, 17 - 21 July. by Duncan Worthington Posted 16 Jul 21:42 NZST Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Award jury announced Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Award jury announced A prestigious international jury will preside over the 10th Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Award The Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image photo competition has announced the composition of its international jury 2019. Ricardo Pinto, professional sailing photographer and winner of the previous edition, Rob Hodgetts, international sports journalist by Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Posted 16 Jul 20:10 NZST #NSVictoryList: A trio of 12 Metre World Champs #NSVictoryList: A trio of 12 Metre World Champs North Sails packs the podium in Newport North Sails is proud to add three new world champions to the #NSVictoryList off the back of the 12 Metre Worlds in Newport, RI. Beyond cleaning up on World Champ titles, North Sails outfitted the inventories on 12 of the 14 podium finishers. by North Sails Posted 16 Jul 20:00 NZST Rolex Middle Sea Race - Les than 100 days to go Rolex Middle Sea Race - Les than 100 days to go Entries continue to climb with 58 yachts from 17 countries so far The Rolex Middle Sea Race is once again proving to have magnetic appeal, with 58 yachts from 17 countries so far registered for the 2019 edition. Malta's rumour mill reports a number of other boats with logistics in place. by Rolex Middle Sea Race Posted 16 Jul 18:17 NZST Finn Silver Cup practice day Finn Silver Cup practice day Racing starts Tuesday in Anzio The fleet of young Finn sailors in Anzio are ready and waiting to start racing at the 2019 U23 World Championship for the Jorg Bruder Finn Silver Cup. by Robert Deaves Posted 16 Jul 18:15 NZST Hempel Youth Sailing Worlds day 1 Hempel Youth Sailing Worlds day 1 Nacra 15 Youth Olympians come to the forefront in Gdynia Nacra 15 Youth Olympians came to the forefront at the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships on Monday as racing commenced in Gdynia, Poland. by World Sailing Posted 16 Jul 09:59 NZST Charleston confirmed as Official Finish City Charleston confirmed as Official Finish City The rigorous 3,500-mile Transat 2020 is ocean racing at its best The city of Charleston and race owners OC Sport Pen Duick are pleased to announce that the 2020 edition of The Transat, the world's oldest solo ocean sailing race, will finish in Charleston, South Carolina for the first time in the race's history. by The Transat Posted 16 Jul 08:01 NZST World Match Racing Tour status renewed World Match Racing Tour status renewed Special Event status confirmed by World Sailing The Special Event Agreement, signed with EFB Group, who took over ownership of the WMRT in December 2018, will see World Sailing work actively together with WMRT to promote the global tour which awards the World Sailing Match Racing World Championship. by World Sailing Posted 16 Jul 06:02 NZST Azzurra ready for 52 Super Series Sailing Week Azzurra ready for 52 Super Series Sailing Week The boat flying the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda's burgee is at the dock After two days of training in unusually light conditions for an Atlantic venue, Azzurra, the TP52 owned by the Roemmers family, is ready to fight to the finish of the third event in the 52 Super Series 2019. by Azzurra Posted 16 Jul 04:27 NZST America's Cup Hall of Fame 2019 inductees America's Cup Hall of Fame 2019 inductees Dyer Jones, Henry Racamier and Bill Trenkle Bill Trenkle is among the leaders who exemplifies what racing in the America' Cup symbolizes. He was part of both winning and losing campaigns and had an excellent reputation for his skills and integrity. by Bill Lynn Posted 16 Jul 04:03 NZST Rolex Fastnet Race - Doublehanders on the rise Rolex Fastnet Race - Doublehanders on the rise IRC Two-Handed class has shown steady growth Perhaps it is because people are becoming increasingly time poor, or because it neatly side-steps the problem of keeping a large crew together, but one area of offshore racing undeniably gaining popularity is doublehanding. by James Boyd Posted 16 Jul 03:46 NZST Finn Silver Cup opening ceremony Finn Silver Cup opening ceremony Jorg Bruder trophy proudly on display in Anzio The U23 Finn World Championship, for the Jorg Bruder Finn Silver Cup, was opened at Circolo della Vela di Roma in Anzio, Italy, on Sunday night under warm Italian sunshine and with great Italian hospitality by Robert Deaves Posted 15 Jul 18:25 NZST Beach party opens the Hempel Youth Sailing Worlds Beach party opens the Hempel Youth Sailing Worlds 66 nations on the beach at Gdynia, Poland The Port of Gdynia was baked in sunshine on Sunday night as the 409 sailors from 66 nations took to the city beach for the opening ceremony of the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships. by World Sailing Posted 15 Jul 18:13 NZST The Good Oil The Good Oil I've been fortunate enough to have spoken with a lot of terrific sailors This week I've been fortunate enough to have spoken with a lot of terrific sailors and unreal people. So let's just get straight into it then: Our first sailor is none other than the great Tom Slingsby. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 15 Jul 10:00 NZST Marine Auctions highlight for August Marine Auctions highlight for August 1942 72ft launch Mako must be sold - in Brisbane The auction for 'Mako' a 1942 72FT TIMBER MOTOR LAUNCH (EX RNZN) commences Friday 9th August 2019 and will end on Thursday 15th August at 2pm AEST. by Marine Auctions Posted 15 Jul 10:00 NZST A busy summer for the IMOCA skippers A busy summer for the IMOCA skippers 22 crews working to prepare for the Rolex Fastnet Race In Japan, Benjamin Dutreux has acquired Kojiro Shiraishi's former Spirit of Yukoh and is getting ready to bring her back to Vendée. Finally, Paul Meilhat has just officially registered the first French project for The Ocean Race by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 14 Jul 23:51 NZST One month until SailGP's European debut in Cowes One month until SailGP's European debut in Cowes Global championship to be official opening feature of Cowes Week Teams made up of some of the finest athletes from Great Britain, Australia, China, France, Japan and the United States will compete in the penultimate event of the inaugural 2019 season. by SailGP Posted 14 Jul 20:28 NZST 12 Metre Worlds at Ida Lewis YC day 5 12 Metre Worlds at Ida Lewis YC day 5 World titles claimed in four divisions It couldn't have been any more exciting on the fifth and final day of the 2019 12 Metre World Championship hosted by Ida Lewis Yacht Club and organized by the International Twelve Metre Association's (ITMA) Americas Fleet. by Barby MacGowan Posted 14 Jul 17:30 NZST All boats away in Transpac 50 All boats away in Transpac 50 90 yachts are now headed off the coast in Transpac 50 With the breeze shifted far left in overcast skies due to a strong Catalina Eddy, the final wave of 24 monohulls and 4 multihulls in a record fleet of 90 yachts are now headed off the coast in the 50th edition of Transpacific Yacht Race by Transpacific Yacht Club Posted 14 Jul 17:10 NZST 44Cup Marstrand Worlds overall 44Cup Marstrand Worlds overall Chris Bake's Team Aqua crowned It was appropriate that Team Aqua and Chris Bake, one of the founders of the RC44 Class and who remains one of its chief supporters, should win this the tenth anniversary World Championship for the high performance one design monohulls. by Jessica Gray Posted 14 Jul 09:36 NZST Second wave heads west in Transpac 50 Second wave heads west in Transpac 50 Monohulls aiming at Honolulu In gray but clearing skies and a light building seabreeze, the second wave of monohull entries has left the start line set by race managers from the Transpacific YC here at Point Fermin to head towards a finish line by Transpacific Yacht Club Posted 14 Jul 05:25 NZST ACO Musto Skiff World Championship overall ACO Musto Skiff World Championship overall Bruce Keen wins close battle for gold On Saturday July 13th, Bruce Keen (GBR) kept his nerves and won the close battle for gold at the ACO 10th MUSTO Skiff World Championship 2019 in Medemblik. It came down to the very last meters on the finish line of the final race. by Diana Bogaards Posted 14 Jul 04:20 NZST North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief #NSVictoryList, IRC Nationals, 12 Metre Worlds Photos, Crossing Oceans North clients had an excellent showing in the 22-boat fleet at the IRC National Championship, snagging trophies in seven divisions. by North Sails Posted 14 Jul 04:00 NZST 21st Finn Silver Cup preview 21st Finn Silver Cup preview 28 sailors, including several aged under 19, gather in Anzio Anzio has a long history in Finn sailing, having hosted the Finn Gold Cup in 1972 and 1984, the Europeans in 1991 and several Italian Championships, as well as the Roma Sail Week that ran for many years. by Robert Deaves Posted 14 Jul 03:35 NZST 420 Worlds: Kiwis win Silver Medal in Portugal 420 Worlds: Kiwis win Silver Medal in Portugal Seb Menzies and Blake McGlashan won the Silver Medal at the 420 world championships in Portugal Seb Menzies and Blake McGlashan won the Silver Medal at the 420 world championships in Portugal and now have their sights on going one better at the upcoming youth sailing world championships. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 13 Jul 23:38 NZST Ainslie says Olympics need radical overhaul Ainslie says Olympics need radical overhaul Winner of five Olympic medals disappointed at dropping of Finn: 'What do guys over 85kg sail?' Sir Ben Ainslie, winner of five Olympic medals, four of them Gold, believes the Olympic Sailing Regatta needs a radical overhaul - he wants a reduction in classes and sailors and to improve quality of racing by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 13 Jul 22:22 NZST The Legen~Derry Stopover The Legen~Derry Stopover Clipper Race 2019-20 will be returning to the city of Derry~Londonderry This week we were excited to confirm the Clipper 2019-20 Race will be returning to the dynamic city of Derry~Londonderry in July 2020. by Clipper Round the World Posted 13 Jul 22:10 NZST First America's Cup World Series confirmed First America's Cup World Series confirmed The first of the America's Cup World Series has been confirmed for April 23-26 The first America's Cup World Series (ACWS) regatta of the 36th America's Cup cycle will take place in Cagliari, Sardinia from April 23 – 26, 2020. The announcement was made at an event hosted by the Challenger of Record at New York Yacht Club by America's Cup Media Posted 13 Jul 20:22 NZST Caffari: I'd love to lead a team in 2021 Caffari: I'd love to lead a team in 2021 Turn the Tide on Plastic skipper yearning for a return Turn the Tide on Plastic skipper Dee admits she's yearning for a return in the next edition, as she launches strategic review into women in sailing. by Jonno Turner Posted 13 Jul 18:32 NZST 12 Metre Worlds at Ida Lewis YC day 4 12 Metre Worlds at Ida Lewis YC day 4 Nyala clinches early to win World title in Vintage Division After a front carrying torrential rain passed through overnight, the Weather Gods graciously delivered sunshine and fresh 10-12 knot breezes to Rhode Island Sound for the fourth and penultimate day of the 2019 12 Metre World Championship. by Barby MacGowan Posted 13 Jul 18:15 NZST Finn Gold Cup opens Melbourne Summer of Sailing Finn Gold Cup opens Melbourne Summer of Sailing The world's best Olympic sailors will be heading down under The world's best Olympic sailors will be heading down under at the end of the year to contest the 2019 Finn Gold Cup, the World Championship for the Olympic Finn Class. by Cora Zilich Posted 13 Jul 10:12 NZST ACO MUSTO Skiff World Championship day 4 ACO MUSTO Skiff World Championship day 4 Battle for gold heating up The battle for gold at the ACO 10th MUSTO Skiff World Championship 2019 is heating up in Medemblik, Netherlands. Despite thunderstorms and heavy rainfall on Friday July 12, the race committee managed to get two out of three scheduled races in. by Diana Bogaards Posted 13 Jul 09:50 NZST
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