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Two great offers from Honda Marine Two great offers from Honda Marine Honda Marine has two great offerings during September and October to help get your transom sorted Honda Marine has a range great offerings during September and October to help get your transom sorted for summer. by Drew Thompson Posted 17 Sep 22:08 NZST Sail-World NZ e-magazine: Sept 13 - First AC75's Sail-World NZ e-magazine: Sept 13 - First AC75's Read the latest e-magazine from Sail-World New Zealand, with all the stories covering the America's Read the latest newsletter from Sail-World New Zealand, with the Top 50 stories covering the America's Cup action and other sailing news from NZ and elsewhere. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 16 Sep 15:48 NZST Reimagining the Race to Alaska Reimagining the Race to Alaska Latest Sail-World newsletter from David Schmidt in the USA Dockside wisdom holds that the key to winning the Race to Alaska involves being the first boat to clear Seymour Narrows, ideally as the tide slams shut the door on fellow competitors. But what if Seymour Narrows wasn't a required waypoint? by David Schmidt Posted 18 Sep 03:00 NZST New foiler aimed at entry level foiling sailors New foiler aimed at entry level foiling sailors Nikki is the very latest high-performance one-design foiling dinghy Nikki is the very latest high-performance one-design foiling dinghy which is both stable and safe, while being easy to rig, launch and sail, suited to young, light weight and female sailors of a wide range of ages and abilities. by Ian Ward Posted 17 Sep 20:50 NZST SailGP wins IBC Innovation Award SailGP wins IBC Innovation Award Crowned the winner in the content creation category SailGP was last night crowned the winner in the content creation category at the IBC Innovation Awards for its ambitious and ground-breaking remote production strategy. by SailGP News Posted 17 Sep 17:59 NZST 100 days to 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 100 days to 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race The historic 75th race to Hobart is building to be the biggest race in years Today marks 100 days to the historic 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - the 75th 628-nautical-mile race to Constitution Dock in Hobart, Tasmania. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 17 Sep 13:37 NZST The Globe 40 dream up and running The Globe 40 dream up and running 30,000 mile course for Class 40 fleet Launched back in June, the GLOBE40 has opened a global maritime gateway to a journey that embraces dreams, sport, travel and adventure; a dream which is accessible to enthusiastic amateurs and professionals alike. by Globe 40 Posted 17 Sep 10:16 NZST Spindrift 2 is back in the water Spindrift 2 is back in the water Whole team onsite at the Multiplast boatyard in Vannes The world's largest racing maxi trimaran spent the past few months being further optimised, and being fitted with new load bearing rudder plates, following the structural failure of the starboard rudder plate during the Jules Verne Trophy record attempt. by Spindrift racing Posted 17 Sep 10:05 NZST Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 3rd edition launches Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 3rd edition launches What is the best sailing video of the year? Film and video professionals, as well as sailors who record their achievements during races are invited to join the 2019 edition of the event and submit their best edit. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 17 Sep 07:29 NZST Mini-Transat La Boulangère: A test of solitude Mini-Transat La Boulangère: A test of solitude 87 skippers signed up in the 22nd edition Following the withdrawal of the Swiss sailor Arnaud Machado due to injury, ultimately there will be 87 women and men taking the start of a unique journey into solitude, with virtually no means of communication. by Mini-Transat La Boulangère Posted 17 Sep 05:02 NZST The Clipper Race Leg 1 Race 2 Day 1 The Clipper Race Leg 1 Race 2 Day 1 The Atlantic Trade Winds After the bold, fast start to Race 2, the Commodore's Cup, a 5,200nm race from Portimão, Portugal, to Punta del Este, Uruguay, a sharp drop in wind speed has left the fleet with a testing first 24 hours of racing as they head south. by The Clipper Race Posted 17 Sep 00:43 NZST Mud House Women's Regatta attracts large turnout Mud House Women's Regatta attracts large turnout Over a hundred sailors delivered some stunning performances on the water on the weekend at Waikawa Over a hundred sailors delivered some stunning performances on the water over the weekend during the third Mud House Women's Regatta hosted by the Waikawa Boating Club. The best women sailors in the country competed in the four race event by Duncan Mackenzie Posted 16 Sep 12:59 NZST Do jump on board Do jump on board Two weeks ago in All aboard the bandwagon! we looked at the new Offshore event for 2024 Two weeks ago in All aboard the bandwagon! we looked at the new Offshore event that will be part of the 2024 Paris (Marseilles) Olympics. Nick from Hobart was one who expressed his own opinion, and allows me to share his sentiments here. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 16 Sep 10:00 NZST Crews to cross their first ocean in global race Crews to cross their first ocean in global race Clipper Round the World Yacht Race teams start Atlantic crossing The first big test of the 40,000 nautical mile Clipper Round the World Yacht Race awaits, with around 220 everyday people setting sail from Portimão, Portugal, to race across the Atlantic Ocean to Punta del Este in Uruguay. by Karla Graves Posted 16 Sep 09:30 NZST Billy Besson first to launch on home waters Billy Besson first to launch on home waters Five days until history is written in Marseille With five days until six national teams go head to head at the Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final, the home team - headed by Frenchman Billy Besson - hit the water for the first time today in its supercharged F50 catamaran. by SailGP News Posted 16 Sep 09:20 NZST GC32 Riva Cup overall GC32 Riva Cup overall Alinghi claims GC32 Riva Cup by a whisker While Alinghi has led at the end of every day of racing at the 2019 GC32 Riva Cup, the Swiss team was on the ropes this afternoon when their arch-rivals Oman Air, in seemingly unbeatable form by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 16 Sep 09:10 NZST America's Cup: New York launches its AC75 America's Cup: New York launches its AC75 The U.S. Challenger's first AC75 race boat was officially named and launched on Saturday morning. After an estimated 76,000 combined hours of fabrication and finishing work by the production and shore teams of American Magic, the U.S. Challenger's first AC75 racing boat was officially named and launched on Saturday morning. by Will Ricketson/NYYC American Magic Posted 16 Sep 02:03 NZST America's Cup: Two very different AC75's launched America's Cup: Two very different AC75's launched The two AC75's launched to date have little in common other than they are 75ft long The two AC75's launched to date have little in common other than they are 75ft long, are sloop rigged, and have the same distance between their Foil Arm Pivot points. The basics are all markedly different. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 15 Sep 22:50 NZST PredictWind release Streamline graphics PredictWind release Streamline graphics The The newly released PredictWind Streamlines are now the most advanced weather graphics available PredictWind have been refining new Streamline maps and after a considerable amount of development work we are happy to announce the Streamlines release on all platforms. The PredictWind Streamlines are now the most advanced weather graphics available by Predictwind Posted 15 Sep 17:01 NZST Olympic boatbuilder has a 30 medal haul Olympic boatbuilder has a 30 medal haul Mackay Boats have won 30 Olympic medals since the 2004 in Athens and 114 world championships The 2016 Rio Olympics were hugely successful for New Zealand's sailors but even more so for a Kiwi boat building company. In all, Mackay boats have won 30 Olympic medals since the 2004 Athens Games and 114 world championships medals. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 15 Sep 16:40 NZST Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup overall Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup overall Royal Sydney shines on challenging final day It all came down to the final race, as it should. Two teams of accomplished and motivated amateur sailors from opposite corners of the globe battling on a lumpy, windy Narragansett Bay for one of Corinthian sailing's most-prized trophies by Stuart Streuli Posted 15 Sep 13:10 NZST GC32 Riva Cup day 3 GC32 Riva Cup day 3 Alinghi clings to narrow lead going into the final day Ernesto Bertarelli's Alinghi started the day four points ahead of Oman Air and - after six races on two different courses, during which they lost the lead, then fought back hard to recover it - ended the day four points ahead of Oman Air. by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 15 Sep 12:24 NZST Laser Masters Worlds: Two World titles for Kiwis Laser Masters Worlds: Two World titles for Kiwis Two New Zealand sailors have won the World Masters titles in the Standard rig and and Radial rigs Two New Zealand sailors have won the World Masters titles in the Standard rig and and Radial rigs. Dave Ridley won the Apprentice Masters in the Standard rig, Scott Leith is the world champion in the radial rig Masters division. by Sail-World NZ/ILCA Posted 15 Sep 09:39 NZST Spectacular YJA MS Amlin Awards Gala Dinner Spectacular YJA MS Amlin Awards Gala Dinner YJA MS Amlin Yachtsman of the Year and YJA MS Amlin Young Sailor of the Year 2019 announced The YJA MS Amlin Yachtsman of the Year and the YJA MS Amlin Young Sailor of the Year Awards were presented during a Gala Dinner at the Grand Café Southampton on the 13th September, following on from Press Day at the Southampton International Boat Show. by Yachting Journalists' Association Posted 15 Sep 06:07 NZST America's Cup: AC75 American Magic revealed America's Cup: AC75 American Magic revealed More images and new video of the second AC75 to be launched and first to sail, NYYC American Magic The first AC75 to sail, American Magic gave media a fly past sailing fast in a 12-14kt breeze and flat water. The foiling monohull appeared to be very stable in two videos in this story which also contains images of American Magic at her base by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 15 Sep 03:24 NZST North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, Speed Reading, Using the right tools, IC37 invitational cup Seven division wins, four podium sweeps, and our highly-skilled Italian regatta repair team who kept sailors race-ready in Porto Cervo. by North Sails Posted 14 Sep 23:00 NZST SailGP Inspire community outreach programs SailGP Inspire community outreach programs Will deliver once in a lifetime opportunity at Marseille Following a successful launch in Cowes last month, SailGP Inspire - the global championship's youth and community outreach arm - is working with local community groups to create impactful programming at the Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final by SailGP News Posted 14 Sep 19:55 NZST Subaru Flying Fifteen Worlds overall Subaru Flying Fifteen Worlds overall Graham Vials and Chris Turner seal their fourth world title in Dun Laoghaire Graham Vials and Chris Turner of Derwent Reservoir SC sealed world title number four in a fitting way by doing a horizon job on the fleet on the final day of the Subaru Flying Fifteen World Championship at Dun Laoghaire. by Jonny Fullerton Posted 14 Sep 17:44 NZST Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Day 4 Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup - Day 4 San Diego, Royal Sydney top standings with one day remaining As with the previous day, danger lurked around every corner on the penultimate day of the 2019 Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup, the premier one-design keelboat championship for amateur sailors. by Stuart Streuli Posted 14 Sep 14:38 NZST GC32 Riva Cup day 2 GC32 Riva Cup day 2 Lago di Garda was not making it easy for race officials The afternoon southerly Ora wind was late materialising and required three changes of race course and a frustrating two hour wait before the wind finally blasted in at 15+ knots some four kilometres south of Riva del Garda. by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 14 Sep 10:11 NZST Mini-Transat La Boulangère opens its doors Mini-Transat La Boulangère opens its doors A wealth of entertainment for all, this weekend in La Rochelle 90 sailors in the Mini-Transat La Boulangère have been dockside in the Bassin des Chalutiers in La Rochelle since Wednesday. As such, they're ready to welcome visitors wishing to come along and admire their 6.50m monohulls before the start of leg one. by Mini-Transat La Boulangère Posted 14 Sep 02:02 NZST Subaru Flying Fifteen Worlds Day 6 Subaru Flying Fifteen Worlds Day 6 Graham Vials and Chris Turner on the verge of another world title After the disappointment of sitting out two races yesterday due to boat damage in a collision for which they were awarded redress, Britain's Graham Vials and Chris Turner (Derwent Reservoir SC) are on the verge of winning their 4th world title by Jonny Fullerton Posted 13 Sep 16:15 NZST Black Jack emerges from McConaghy Black Jack emerges from McConaghy Black Jack 100 emerged from the McConaghy Boats shed in Gosford showing her modified hull Black Jack 100 emerged from the McConaghy Boats shed in Gosford showing her modified hull and new features. It was a millimetre perfect exercise with very tight tolerances and in windy conditions. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 13 Sep 15:54 NZST Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup day 3 Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup day 3 Strong performance for Australian, Irish and Canadian teams The IC37 by Melges sailboat may be new to them, but the breezy and lumpy conditions on Rhode Island Sound for Day 3 of the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup were old hat for the teams from Australia's Royal Sydney Yacht Club by Stuart Streuli Posted 13 Sep 15:17 NZST GC32 Riva Cup day 1 GC32 Riva Cup day 1 Early lead for Alinghi Ernesto Bertarelli's Alinghi team showed some of their GC32 World Championship-winning form when they came out on top after the first of four days of racing at the GC32 Riva Cup, being held out of the Fraglia Vela Riva by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 13 Sep 13:51 NZST America's Cup: New partner for American magic America's Cup: New partner for American magic Designer of precision measurement instruments and solutions joins American Magic TSI Incorporated, an industry leader in the design and production of precision measurement instruments and solutions, has joined the campaign as a Team Partner. by Will Ricketson, NYYC American Magic Posted 13 Sep 13:23 NZST Collinson FX: Sept 13, 2019 - US heads for record Collinson FX: Sept 13, 2019 - US heads for record Trade exposed commodity currencies held recent gains - AUD trading 0.6865, NZD tries for .6400 Trump delayed the imposition of $250 Billion in tariffs on Chinese products, from 1st of October to the 15th of October, as an act of goodwill. This boosted US equities and they are now headed to new record highs. by Collinson FX Posted 13 Sep 09:01 NZST Zhik team up with the Brain Waves Challenge Zhik team up with the Brain Waves Challenge Four people rowing unsupported across the Atlantic and Indian Oceans Zhik is delighted to announce their support of Monkey Fist Adventures 2020 Brain Waves Challenge, an ocean rowing attempt to achieve two incredible world firsts. In 2020 the team of four will row unsupported and non-stop across two oceans. by Liz Rushall Posted 13 Sep 06:23 NZST Sydney to Auckland Ocean Race 2021 Sydney to Auckland Ocean Race 2021 Gaining momentum with over 100 Expressions of Interest received To start on Sydney Harbour at 1pm on 30 January 2021, the inaugural Sydney to Auckland Ocean Race 2021, organised by the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club (RPAYC) in NSW in association with the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (RNZYS) by Di Pearson / Sydney to Auckland Ocean Race media Posted 12 Sep 18:32 NZST America's Cup: NZ Crane Hire lifts the AC75 America's Cup: NZ Crane Hire lifts the AC75 NZ Crane Hire will have a crane based permanently at the ETNZ base from now until the end of the Cup NZ Crane Hire, New Zealand's leading mobile crane company, is on board as an official Team New Zealand supplier and is responsible for lifting the team's race boat in and out of the water at its Viaduct Harbour base. by Sophie Sager Posted 12 Sep 15:19 NZST Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup day 2 Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup day 2 A year later, San Diego Yacht Club picks up where they left off Different year, different boat, same outstanding performance for San Diego Yacht Club. Through four races in the 2019 Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup, the premier Corinthian one-design keelboat championship by Stuart Streuli Posted 12 Sep 14:24 NZST Laser Masters Worlds: Tight leaderboard - Day 3 Laser Masters Worlds: Tight leaderboard - Day 3 Laser Masters Worlds have reached the mid-point of the championship being sailed in Port Zélande The Laser Masters Worlds have reached the mid-point of the championship being sailed in Port Zélande, the Netherlands. Just under 300 competitors are competing in various divisions in the Standard and Radial fleets. by International Laser Class Association Posted 12 Sep 13:52 NZST
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