Please select your home edition
Edition
Hyde Sails 2017 Dinghy Show

Rolex Sydney Hobart 2012; Start Images by Crosbie and Dale Lorimer

by Crosbie Lorimer on 27 Dec 2012
Reefed down and heading south; Wild Oats XI leads the fleet to Hobart - Rolex Sydney Hobart Race 2012 Dale Lorimer
Crosbie and Dale Lorimer were both out on the harbour today in some of the best Sydney Hobart race start conditions for photographers in several years.

Here are some of their images.












Sail Port Stephens 2019 FooterHALLSPARS_BANNER_SW_660X82-EVAIKZRaceFurlers

Related Articles

Collinson FX: January 16 - Brexit hijacks markets
AUD slipped back below 0.7200, while the NZD tests 0.6800 on the downside The Europeans will buckle, as they have too much to lose, with massive trade exposure and financial reparations to lose.
Posted today at 11:42 am
2019 Barfoot & Thompson NZ Laser Nationals - Day 4
Barfoot & Thompson Laser Nationals Day 4 - Snakes and Ladders The final day of the Barfoot and Thompson NZ Laser Nationals featured some great contests for the final honours. Conditions on the day were gusty and very shifty with an offshore 10 to 15 knot southerly peeling around the cliffs between the bays.
Posted today at 10:30 am
SailGP and America's Cup continue with Protector
24 Rayglass Protector RIBs, ranging from 9m to 12.5m in length, used as official patrol and support New Zealand built Rayglass Protector RIBs (rigid-inflatable boats) have been chosen as the official patrol boats for two of the world's major sailing regattas: the 36th America's Cup and the inaugural Sail GP competition.
Posted today at 9:59 am
Boiling down the miles in the GGR 2018
Blistering uphill speeds of 4.9 knots The GGR 2018 has seen dramatic instances of human drama, of sailors stepping up way beyond their comfort zones, of personal tribulation, and of bloody good seamanship, but most importantly, it has also proven itself to be a highly competitive race.
Posted on 15 Jan
Three generations of women at BOISW
next week, three generations of Ferris women will race together for the very first time As the starters' gun fires in the country's largest keelboat regatta next week, three generations of Ferris women will race together for the very first time.
Posted on 15 Jan
NZ Sail Craft Demo this Saturday at Tindalls Bay
Ever wanted to test out some of the most coolest and newest RS boats? Here is your chance! Ever wanted to test out some of the most coolest and newest RS boats? Here is your chance! This Saturday at Tindalls Bay 1- 4pm NZ SailCraft will have three boats to demo with two coaches
Posted on 15 Jan
Coastguard to benefit from America's Cup
Coastguard is set to benefit from the Lottery Fund for Community Benefit related to the 2021 Am Cup The RNZ Coastguard is set to benefit from the Lottery Fund for Community Benefit related to the 2021 America's Cup to the tune of $9.8 million.
Posted on 15 Jan
Spindrift 2 set for new Jules Verne Trophy attempt
40 days 23 hours 30 minutes is the current record set by Francis Joyon After two and a half months of stand-by, Spindrift 2 is preparing to leave for a new attempt on the Jules Verne Trophy. The crewed round the world sailing record has been held since 2017 by Francis Joyon, who completed the non-stop course in 40d 23h 30m.
Posted on 15 Jan
Registration for the National Sailing League
Now it is Australia, New Zealand and Oceania's turn Now it is Australia, New Zealand and Oceania's turn having joined the Sailing Champions League family, to bring this successful and much needed club v. club fleet racing competition to this part of the world.
Posted on 14 Jan
RORC Caribbean 600: A month to go
US entries make up 40% of IRC fleet + Record year for Class40s With just over a month to go until the start of the RORC Caribbean 600, 77 teams from across the world have already entered the spectacular 600-mile offshore non-stop race around 11 Caribbean islands.
Posted on 14 Jan