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America's Cup: Youth and Womens events formats America's Cup: Youth and Womens events formats Both the Women's and Youth America's Cups will be sailed off the Barcelona waterfront Both the Women's and Youth America's Cups will be sailed on the America's Cup racecourse off the Barcelona waterfront during the final stages of the Challenger Selection Series and the opening of America's Cup Match itself. by America's Cup Media Posted 6 Jul 00:39 NZST Shirley Robertson talks with Tom Whidden Shirley Robertson talks with Tom Whidden Shirley Robertson talks with triple America's Cup winner Tom Whidden on his eight Cup campaigns Tom Whidden's lighthearted and amicable style is wonderful to listen to, as he discusses his long sailing career. There are Dennis Conner stories aplenty, including his much talked about "plastic boat" quote of the 1987 Challenger Series campaign. by Shirley Robertson Posted 5 Jul 20:43 NZST Volvo 29er European Championship day 5 Volvo 29er European Championship day 5 Shifty winds and seaweed in Rungsted A westerly, offshore breeze around 10-15 knots met the sailors on the morning of day 5 on Rungsted Harbour at the Volvo 29er European Championship. by 29er Class & Royal Danish Yacht Club Posted 5 Jul 19:04 NZST Live Ocean Racing's Liv Mackay on pro sailing Live Ocean Racing's Liv Mackay on pro sailing "The sailing industry is changing a lot right now, especially for women," NZSailGP's Liv Mackay New ZealandSailGP Co-Pilot/Tactician and Live Ocean Racing's ETF26 skipper, Liv Mackay (26) talks to BillieNZ.com's Fleur Mealing, on how she broke into the tough world of professional sailing. by Fleur Mealing, BillieNZ.com Posted 4 Jul 20:40 NZST World Sailing reaches 'pivotal moment' World Sailing reaches 'pivotal moment' With LA28 Paralympic Games bid World Sailing, the world governing body for the sport, has reached a major milestone in its Paralympic quest by submitting the official application for inclusion in the Los Angeles 2028 Paralympic Games. by World Sailing Posted 6 Jul 04:05 NZST Celebrating North American distance racing Celebrating North American distance racing The days are long and so are the racecourses The days are long and so are the racecourses. The dust may have barely settled on the Newport Bermuda Race and the Race to Alaska, however the American and Canadian distance-racing circuits have already geared up for some great events in July. by David Schmidt Posted 6 Jul 03:00 NZST Rolex TP52 Worlds Clean Regattas Platinum Award Rolex TP52 Worlds Clean Regattas Platinum Award The world's leading voluntary sustainability certification program The recent Rolex TP52 World Championship Cascais 2022 which was the second regatta of the 52 Super Series 2022 season, achieved the highest Clean Regattas sustainability award ever to be presented in Portugal by Sailors For The Sea Portugal. by 52 Super Series Posted 5 Jul 21:43 NZST Vaikobi partners with Brett Beyer Vaikobi partners with Brett Beyer Working with the legendary sailor or dinghy product development One of the world's most awarded ILCA / Laser sailors Brett Beyer has just claimed another victory, winning the ILCA Masters World Championship in Mexico for a record 14th time! by Vaikobi Media Posted 5 Jul 17:16 NZST Race 14: Legenderry Finale Race 14: Legenderry Finale The last ocean crossing of the Clipper Race After its Le Mans Start, Race 14: LegenDerry Finale is on! This North Atlantic stage is the last ocean crossing of the Clipper Race circumnavigation and is expected to take the eleven teams just over two weeks to complete. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 5 Jul 12:40 NZST ORC Double Handed World Championship day 2 ORC Double Handed World Championship day 2 Close to the halfway point in the 358-mile Gotland Runt At 2000 local time, all remaining entries in all three classes in the ORC Double Handed World Championship are close to the halfway point in the 358-mile Gotland Runt, the world's largest annual offshore race. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 5 Jul 12:00 NZST 5.5 Metre World Championship day 4 5.5 Metre World Championship day 4 Competition in Hankø is going down to the wire Just one race was sailed on the fourth day of the 2022 5.5 Metre World Championship at Hankø Yacht Club in Norway. The win went to Jean Genie (GBR 42, Elliot Hanson, Andrew Palfrey, Sam Haines) who put on a dominate display in the tough conditions. by Robert Deaves Posted 5 Jul 09:48 NZST 2022 Finn World Masters at Helsinki, day 1 2022 Finn World Masters at Helsinki, day 1 Finn World Champion Pieter-Jan Postma opens with two bullets Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands has opened his first ever Finn World Masters, in Helsinki, with two race wins. Laurent Hay from France is in second after twice placing second while Peter Peet, also from The Netherlands, is in third. by Robert Deaves Posted 5 Jul 07:35 NZST New Family Cruiser From Elan Yachts New Family Cruiser From Elan Yachts The Elan Impression 43 heralds a new era for the famous Elan Impression line For more than 18 years since the launch of the first Elan Impression, the Impression line was one of the key global players in the family cruising segment. by Elan Yachts Posted 5 Jul 04:00 NZST A record-breaking Foiling Week A record-breaking Foiling Week A week to remember for weather, guests and events The ninth Italian edition of Foiling Week has come to an end. A record week for regattas, guests, and events. by Foiling Week Posted 4 Jul 23:57 NZST Volvo 29er European Championship day 4 Volvo 29er European Championship day 4 A perfect 15 knots of wind and waves from the South The first day of the finals races of the Volvo 29er European Championships offered a perfect 15 knots of wind and waves from the South - conditions that the skiff thrives in! The event now enters the second half, with final races plus new wind conditions. by 29er Class & Royal Danish Yacht Club Posted 4 Jul 19:57 NZST 5.5 Metre World Championship day 3 5.5 Metre World Championship day 3 Wins for Artemis and Jean Genie as racing resumes in Hankø New Moon II (BAH 24, Mark Holowesko, Christoph Burger, Anthony Nossiter) extended their lead on day 3 of the 2022 5.5 Metre World Championship at Hankø Yacht Club, Norway. by Robert Deaves Posted 4 Jul 16:01 NZST 44Cup Marstrand overall 44Cup Marstrand overall Two in a row for Poons and Charisma A miserable day weather-wise off the west coast of Sweden turned magnificent, like the fortunes of Nico Poons' Charisma, which after three races today claimed the 44Cup Marstrand over Igor Lah's Ceeref powered by Hrastnik 1860 and Chris Bake's Team Aqua. by 44Cup Posted 4 Jul 15:36 NZST ORC Double Handed World Championship day 1 ORC Double Handed World Championship day 1 Off to a spectacular start in Sweden Today the three starts for each class at the ORC Double Handed World Championship could not have been more spectacular under sunny skies and downwind conditions. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 4 Jul 10:15 NZST Just a second Just a second Hull 1 of the Farr X2 has lost its keel offshore - the remains have washed up Hull #1 of the Farr X2 has lost its keel offshore, and the remains have washed up on a beach on the South Coast of NSW. Mercifully, the two sailors on board are alive, and subsequently had a wee sojourn in hospital to ensure all is well. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 4 Jul 10:00 NZST 2022 Finn World Masters is opened in Helsinki 2022 Finn World Masters is opened in Helsinki 121 Finn Masters from 25 gathered to celebrate getting old in a Finn The 2022 Finn World Masters has been opened in Helsinki as 121 Finn Masters from 25 gathered to celebrate getting old in a Finn as well as remembering 70 years since the iconic Finn was first sailed at the Olympic Games. by Robert Deaves Posted 4 Jul 09:47 NZST Colligo Marine Furlers Colligo Marine Furlers Our furlers were put to the test by Ryan Finn Ryan Finn put Colligo Marine Furlers to the ultimate test. Finn sailed from New York to San Francisco rounding Cape Horn on his 36' Proa, Jzerro. by Colligo Marine Posted 4 Jul 06:54 NZST Express victory for Milai in Leg 1 of The Globe40 Express victory for Milai in Leg 1 of The Globe40 The Japanese crew of Masa Suzuki and Koji Nakagawa cover 1884 miles in 7 days Making the finish this Sunday in the marvellous Mindelo Bay at 15.25 hours local time, the Japanese crew of Masa Suzuki and Koji Nakagawa covered 1884 miles in 7 days 2 hours and 25 minutes at an average speed of 11.06 knots. by Sirius Events Posted 4 Jul 06:16 NZST John Bacon - from 5.5m sailor to IRC racer John Bacon - from 5.5m sailor to IRC racer Taking on the world with North Sails World Champion yachtsman John Bacon has put many successful racing programs together, and his next few months of sailing is no exception. by North Sails Posted 4 Jul 04:02 NZST Live Ocean signs on with Omega Live Ocean signs on with Omega New sponsor and two newcomers announced. Helena Sanderson and Serena Woodall, have joined Live Ocean Live Ocean has announced a partnership with Omega, its first relationship to span across Live Ocean Foundation and Live Ocean Racing. by Kelsey Hunter/Live Ocean Racing Posted 4 Jul 00:57 NZST Volvo 29er European Championship day 3 Volvo 29er European Championship day 3 Snakes and ladders in Rungsted, Denmark The third day at the Volvo 29er European Championship in Rungsted, Denmark offered a solid, but shifty breeze from the morning, leading to some mixed results throughout the fleet. by 29er Class & Royal Danish Yacht Club Posted 3 Jul 19:21 NZST Vaucluse Amateur 12ft SC - Pathway to 18 footers Vaucluse Amateur 12ft SC - Pathway to 18 footers It's a link which goes back almost 100 years When nine times JJ Giltinan world 18 footer champion Seve Jarvin recently presented the prizes to the junior sailors of the Vaucluse Amateur 12 Foot Sailing Club, he was not only returning to his former club. by Frank Quealey Posted 3 Jul 16:04 NZST SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 overall SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 overall Oman and Cuba take Golden Day glory Last of their group before Golden Day, SSL Team Oman make it to the Finals by winning the two races of the day and topping the overall ranking of Qualifying Series Round 4! SSL Team Cuba will also go to Bahrain after finishing 2nd in both races! by SSL Gold Cup Posted 3 Jul 15:09 NZST ORC Double Handed Worlds starts tomorrow ORC Double Handed Worlds starts tomorrow An astounding turnout of 91 entries from nine nations set in Sweden An astounding turnout of 91 entries from nine nations will continue their final inspection and measurement checks today in preparation for tomorrow's start to the inaugural ORC Double Handed World Championship, co-organized by Royal Swedish YC & the ORC. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 3 Jul 09:37 NZST Svea wins J Class at Superyacht Cup Palma Svea wins J Class at Superyacht Cup Palma In her new Native Swedish Colours With a second place in today's final short coastal race, the Swedish flagged Svea are overall winners of the J Class at Superyacht Cup Palma after four days of racing. by J Class Posted 3 Jul 07:39 NZST 44Cup Marstrand day 3 44Cup Marstrand day 3 All change on the leaderboard From southwesterly winds gusting up to 20 knots, and one of the sharpest sea states the class has endured, dropping to five to six knots and the lightest conditions sailable by the nimble RC44: the penultimate day provided a complete test. by 44Cup Posted 3 Jul 07:31 NZST Ganesha wins Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 Ganesha wins Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 By the narrowest possible margin In a testing final day amid challenging conditions the ultimate outcome of the 2022 Superyacht Cup Palma could not possibly have been closer. by Daphne Morgan Barnicoat Posted 3 Jul 07:15 NZST RS Games 2022 - Entry extended until Monday! RS Games 2022 - Entry extended until Monday! In just a few weeks, RS will be descending on Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy In just a few weeks, RS will be descending on Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy for the dinghy sailing event of the year - the 2022 RS Games. by RS Sailing Posted 3 Jul 07:03 NZST 5.5 Metre World Championship day 2 5.5 Metre World Championship day 2 Strong winds stop racing in Hankø All racing on the second day of the 5.5 Metre World Championship in Hankø, Norway, was cancelled on Saturday as the forecasted strong winds arrived and buffeted the island all day. by Robert Deaves Posted 3 Jul 06:58 NZST Game on for the Finistère Atlantique Game on for the Finistère Atlantique The 32-metre giants set a course for the Glénan archipelago This Friday 1 July, as the epic cycle tour kicks off in Denmark, the giants of the Ultim class gathered together in one of offshore racing's favourite spots, the bay of Port la Forêt, offshore of Concarneau in Brittany. by Gitana Team Posted 3 Jul 05:42 NZST Project Speed: Certifying the record checklist Project Speed: Certifying the record checklist World records are not broken every day, nor are they ever easy to achieve, but they must be For Ashby, as the pilot at record breaking speeds that will need to exceed 202.9km/h, his control is not much more than a two finger operation on a lever, some foot pedal pumps and some small steering adjustments.. by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 3 Jul 01:19 NZST RS Aero Worlds at Cascade Locks overall RS Aero Worlds at Cascade Locks overall Wind pumping on the final day of the event! It's a wrap! The RS Aero Worlds finished today and what a way to end it! The westerly was already in when curtains were drawn and by start time it was piping hard at 20+kn, gusting 30kn, down the race course. That's what we came for! by RS Aero International Class Association Posted 2 Jul 18:51 NZST 44Cup Marstrand day 2 44Cup Marstrand day 2 Team Aqua begins her slow ascent The waters off the Swedish holiday hotspot of Marstrand took on a different complexion on day two of 44Cup racing, with a sharp chop and the wind backed from the northwest to the south and gusting into the mid-high teens. by 44Cup Posted 2 Jul 11:42 NZST 5.5 Metre World Championship day 1 5.5 Metre World Championship day 1 New moon shines on the opening day in Hankø After a year of delay, the 2022 5.5 Metre World Championship finally got under way on Friday with two races in light to moderate winds for the 23 boats from 10 nations. by Robert Deaves Posted 2 Jul 11:28 NZST SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 Day 2 SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 Day 2 Mexico and Cuba on the attack in Day 2 With SSL Team Guatemala dominating Day 1 of the SSL Gold Cup Qualifying Series Round 4, today, the pressure was all on their rivals to deliver a riposte. SSL Team Cuba and SSL Team Mexico counter-attacked by winning a race each. by SSL Gold Cup Posted 2 Jul 11:08 NZST Velsheda victorious but Svea lead into final day Velsheda victorious but Svea lead into final day Superyacht Cup Palma J Class racing set to go down to the wire Atoning for a less than perfect race Thursday when they finished a distant fourth, Velsheda today won a 22 nautical mile coastal round-the-buoys course, an upwind downwind which spanned the full width of the Bay of Palma. by J Class Posted 2 Jul 09:34 NZST TerraCycle®: Vaikobi's Sustainability Initiative TerraCycle®: Vaikobi's Sustainability Initiative New recycling initiative which will reduce garment waste Water sports garment production is inherently a big-energy process, so how do we ocean lovers still enjoy quality gear while mitigating our impact on the planet? by Vaikobi Posted 2 Jul 08:41 NZST Nail-biting day at Superyacht Cup Palma Nail-biting day at Superyacht Cup Palma Setting the scene for a dramatic finale Some big changes in fortune, along with a change in wind direction and the closest possible finish in one class, saw results in the Superyacht Cup Palma fleet set the scene for a dramatic finale after a day of frenetic activity out on the Bay of Palma. by Daphne Morgan Barnicoat Posted 2 Jul 07:51 NZST Foiling Youth World Series announced Foiling Youth World Series announced A new event created by Foiling Week™ dedicated to young talented sailors Today at 09:30 (CET), Mr. Scott Over, Ms. Li Li, Mr. Aaron Young, Mr. Bruno Giuntoli and Mr. Luca Rizzotti met on live streaming to announce the guidelines of the Foiling Youth World Series, a multi-class team championship created by Foiling Week™. by Foiling Week Posted 2 Jul 02:33 NZST UN Ocean Conference UN Ocean Conference The Ocean Race calls for a Universal Declaration of Ocean Rights The Ocean Race and its global collaborators - including the Government of Cabo Verde - took a major step forward in their efforts to give the ocean a voice and make it an international legal entity. by The Ocean Race Posted 2 Jul 01:36 NZST Rapid progress on James Sainsbury's new Moth Rapid progress on James Sainsbury's new Moth He now has a pile of parts, including a hull! It has been ten days since the first update. Progress has been good, so I now have a pile of parts, including a hull! Fitting a boat build in around a 8-5 full time job is not easy. The 5:30 starts and 23:00 finishes definitely makes for a long day. by James Sainsbury Posted 1 Jul 23:54 NZST 14s Forever 14s Forever Nothing lasts forever.... unless you're an International 14 The International 14 would bring the giants of 'between the wars' dinghy design, Morgan-Giles, Thornycroft and Fox, to the fore whilst at the same time laying the foundations of sailing competition on the international stage. by Dougal Henshall Posted 1 Jul 23:00 NZST Hannah Mills joins schoolchildren in Plymouth Hannah Mills joins schoolchildren in Plymouth To mark one month until Great Britain Sail Grand Prix To mark one month to go until the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix returns to Plymouth, students from Years 7 and 8 at Plympton Academy were today joined by the world's most successful female Olympic sailor (2 gold, 1 silver) Hannah Mills OBE by SailGP Posted 1 Jul 21:13 NZST RS Aero Worlds at Cascade Locks day 4 RS Aero Worlds at Cascade Locks day 4 The lay day saw the fleet returning refreshed, ready for more Gorge action Day 4 of the RS Aero Worlds followed the lay day with the fleet returning refreshed ready for more Gorge action. by RS Aero International Class Association Posted 1 Jul 18:29 NZST
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