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America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ dodges the winter America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ dodges the winter Emirates Team NZ made the most of a two day weather window to get out on the Waitemata Harbour Emirates Team New Zealand made the most of a two day weather window to get a couple of good training sessions on the Waitemata Harbour on Sunday and Monday. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 14 Jul 06:32 BST Redefining my idea of fast aboard Lending Club 2 Redefining my idea of fast aboard Lending Club 2 Reflections on a life afloat from David Schmidt in the USA One of my favorite nautical memories is of sailing with skipper Ryan Breymaier and company aboard the 103-foot trimaran Lending Club 2 on San Francisco Bay in June of 2015, and the eye-watering speeds that we achieved aboard this mighty Ultim. by David Schmidt Posted 14 Jul 16:00 BST DNV GL approval for Pro-Set epoxies DNV GL approval for Pro-Set epoxies Lloyd's Register approval for WS resin and hardener combination PRO-SET epoxy systems have been approved by DNV GL for use on ships, yachts and as 'laminating resin for construction of laminates made of fibre reinforced plastics'. by Zella Compton Posted 14 Jul 15:00 BST Subsidised foiling opportunities for UK sailors! Subsidised foiling opportunities for UK sailors! Through the Andrew Simpson Foundation The Andrew Simpson Foundation will be offering subsidised foiling opportunities for sailors throughout the UK, including regions in the North, Midlands and the South. by Sally Turner, ASF Posted 14 Jul 14:12 BST TMS Two Minute Tuesdays Episode 15: Spinlock XTX TMS Two Minute Tuesdays Episode 15: Spinlock XTX Spinlock XTX SoftGrip Clutch only available by ordering over the phone The 16th episode of TMS Two Minute Tuesday sees Nick demonstrating the NEW Spinlock XTX SoftGrip Clutch. These brilliant new clutches are only available by ordering over the phone currently as we still aren't back to full strength in the office. by Technical Marine Supplies Posted 14 Jul 13:00 BST Burnham Week 2020 cancelled Burnham Week 2020 cancelled Plans in place for premier east coast regatta next season Burnham Week Ltd (BWL), the organisers of Burnham Week, confirms Burnham Week 2020 will not take place this year owing to ongoing Covid-19 virus restrictions writes Sue Pelling. by Sue Pelling Posted 14 Jul 12:51 BST 2020 B14 Europeans & UK Nationals cancelled 2020 B14 Europeans & UK Nationals cancelled Rock Sailing and Waterski Club disappointed not to be able to run formal events this year The B14 Class has received notice from Rock Sailing and Waterski Club that it is still not possible to run any regattas, due to the need for social distancing onshore, during launching, recovery from the races and at any social evets and briefing onshore. by Rob Taylor Posted 14 Jul 12:08 BST Sea Eagle II starts maiden voyage Sea Eagle II starts maiden voyage Breathtaking 81 metre yacht successfully delivered by Royal Huisman Sea Eagle II, designed by Dykstra Naval Architects and Mark Whiteley, features an impressive plumb bow and modern Panamax rig by Rondal, making her not only powerful but recognizable all over the world. by Jurjen van 't Verlaat Posted 14 Jul 11:59 BST The Ocean Race announce Official Logistic Provider The Ocean Race announce Official Logistic Provider The specialists in global logistics will take up the toughest challenge in sport... Following successful collaborations in the 2014-15 and 2017-18 editions of the Race, GAC Pindar has been appointed Official Logistics Provider to The Ocean Race for an unprecedented third consecutive time. by The Ocean Race Posted 14 Jul 11:24 BST Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Jérémie Beyou leads towards the finish line Jérémie Beyou knows a lot about how to finish a race in a winning position - a quick look at his glittering CV tells you that about a man who has won the Solitaire du Figaro three times. by Julia Huvé Posted 14 Jul 10:12 BST Back by popular demand! Back by popular demand! IC-M423GE and the IC-M400BBE slot back into Icom's fixed marine VHF line up The IC-M423GE (formerly the IC-M423G) and the IC-M400BBE (formerly the IC-M400BB) slot back into Icom's fixed marine VHF line up. Both models are almost identical to their predecessors except that they now feature an integrated GPS by Ian Lockyer Posted 14 Jul 08:12 BST Cork Week 2022 dates confirmed Cork Week 2022 dates confirmed Taking place from 11th - 15th July 2022 The Royal Cork are delighted to officially announce that Cork Week 2022 will take place from 11th - 15th July 2022. by Louay Habib Posted 14 Jul 08:03 BST Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 19 full replay Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 19 full replay The winner-take-all final race from 2013 ORACLE TEAM USA win the 34th America's Cup in a winner-take-all 19th race, defeating challenger Emirates Team New Zealand by 44 seconds in the clincher. by 34th America's Cup Posted 14 Jul 07:07 BST F-One Diablo V5 approved as production equipment F-One Diablo V5 approved as production equipment For the Formula Kite Registered Series by the IKA Technical Committee Following a successful factory inspection, the following Diablo V5 kites have been approved by the IKA Technical Committee as registered series production equipment for the IKA Formula Kite Class. by The International Kiteboarding Association Posted 14 Jul 06:31 BST David Sussmann on the 2020 Pure Ocean Challenge David Sussmann on the 2020 Pure Ocean Challenge An interview with David Sussmann on the Route Saint-Pierre Lorient Pure Ocean Challenge I checked in with David Sussmann, founder of Pure Ocean, via email, to learn more about the Route Saint-Pierre Lorient Pure Ocean Challenge by David Schmidt Posted 13 Jul 16:00 BST Upgrade your experience with the M-Race Jacket Upgrade your experience with the M-Race Jacket The most breathable, technical jacket Henri-Lloyd have ever made Back when I took part in the Henri-Lloyd Frostbite Challenge in Sweden, as a crew we wore the M-Pro Smock and Salopette combination. We had two days of sunshine, but December in Marstrand is cold... really cold! by Mark Jardine Posted 13 Jul 14:00 BST Tokyo2020: Second opinion proves vital Tokyo2020: Second opinion proves vital Olympic silver medalist now back on track for Tokyo, after getting second opinion on break injury A broken foot threatened to derail sailor Alex Maloney's second Olympic campaign. But she's back on track, with a little help from her brother and his America's Cup team-mates. by Suzanne Mcfadden Posted 13 Jul 13:50 BST D-One Regatta at Lymington D-One Regatta at Lymington The perfect escape vehicle from recent troubles Robust, energetic and exciting single-handers like the D-One are the perfect escape vehicle from recent troubles, so we were delighted to be able to co-ordinate ten boats for a great weekend's sailing at Lymington. by Giles Chipperfield Posted 13 Jul 13:14 BST Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Dalin is first at the Gallimard Waypoint as the last lap begins Charlie Dalin at the helm of the white and yellow foiler, Apivia, was the first skipper to reach the Gallimard Waypoint this morning as he turned his bow eastwards for the final stretch of the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race. by Julia Huvé Posted 13 Jul 10:07 BST Bembridge Redwings and One-Designs get out racing Bembridge Redwings and One-Designs get out racing First races of the summer over the weekend It is clearly going to be a very different summer this year and fleet numbers, particularly of Redwings are going to significantly lower than 'normal' years. by Mike Samuelson Posted 13 Jul 06:26 BST America's Cup: Spectacular Images of Te Aihe America's Cup: Spectacular Images of Te Aihe Te Aihe made a spectacular sight in the late afternoon sun. Sailing in a fresh offshore breeze Te Aihe made a spectacular sight in the late afternoon sun. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 13 Jul 03:11 BST In this together In this together We have just been reminded of what this nastiest of minute pests with no brain at all can achieve... Australia has been fortunate to have recorded a much lower fatality rate than many other jurisdictions in this most saddening of times. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 12 Jul 23:00 BST Clipper Race Double Act: Family connections Clipper Race Double Act: Family connections Forging incredible bonds between complete strangers from all different walks of life The Clipper Race forges incredible bonds between complete strangers from all different walks of life and from all around the world. But sometimes the bond is already there before the race begins. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 12 Jul 11:38 BST Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Still the battle rages for line honours Charlie Dalin on Apivia has had to bide his time for a few days on the righthand side of the course, but it has all come good for him in the last 24 hours as he now leads the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race once more. by Ed Gorman Posted 12 Jul 11:09 BST Sail Smarts with Jake - Coming alongside Sail Smarts with Jake - Coming alongside Usually where a sailboat comes alongside to a powerboat to grab a snack or a chat Coming alongside is usually where a sailboat comes alongside to a powerboat to grab a snack or a chat. It's a good way to stop, take a breath and start sailing again. Jake runs you through the steps... by James Eaves Posted 12 Jul 11:00 BST Hugh Treharne, a great Australian sailing talent Hugh Treharne, a great Australian sailing talent Renowned 16ft and 18ft Skiff sailor, tactician on Australia II in 1983 Hugh Treharne is one of Australia's greatest sailors. He was tactician on The America's Cup-winning Australia II in 1983, a renowned 16ft and 18ft Skiff sailor, a widely recognised sailmaker and a world champion blue water yachtsman. by Frank Quealey Posted 12 Jul 07:47 BST North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief Fight to the finish, Trade In Trade Up, Bluewater Born & Raised Things are really heating up for the Vendee Arctic as the fleet rounds the IOC UNESCO Waypoint. First finishers are set to arrive in Les Sables d'Olonne soon. by North Sails Posted 11 Jul 22:19 BST Melges 32 World League in Malcesine overall Melges 32 World League in Malcesine overall Racing interrupted on the final day due to bad weather The exciting competition between the crews of the Melges 32 fleet, engaged in Malcesine in the first event of the season, has been interrupted in the last day by bad weather. by Melges World League Posted 11 Jul 22:13 BST RORC Time Over Distance - Michael Desjoyeaux RORC Time Over Distance - Michael Desjoyeaux The only sailor to have won the Vendée Globe two times The 15th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Series is with Michel Desjoyeaux - the only sailor to have won the Vendée Globe two times. by RORC Posted 11 Jul 21:27 BST 2021-2024 Racing Rules of Sailing available now 2021-2024 Racing Rules of Sailing available now The new edition of World Sailing's Racing Rules of Sailing have been published The 2021 - 2024 edition of World Sailing's Racing Rules of Sailing have been published and will come into effect on 1 January 2021. by World Sailing Posted 11 Jul 21:03 BST Class40 back to business on the water Class40 back to business on the water More than 15 boats have changed hands and five new boats have been confirmed in 2020 Even if the period has been efficiently used by the class to deal with all the short term and future issues, and by the skippers who were able to fine-tune their project ashore, it is about time that we saw some action on the water. by Class40 Posted 11 Jul 14:12 BST Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Romping south towards the Gallimard Waypoint Speeds are up and the boats are flying south towards the end of the seventh day at sea in the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne race this morning with Jérémie Beyou back in charge on Charal. by Ed Gorman Posted 11 Jul 10:09 BST Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 17 & 18 replay Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 17 & 18 replay First contact between boats as ETNZ get caught high The 34th America's Cup saw its first contact between boats as Emirates Team New Zealand got caught high and early on the startline of race 17. The resulting protest saw them receive two penalties and an instant 400 metre lead for ORACLE TEAM USA. by 34th America's Cup Posted 11 Jul 06:51 BST A crewed Drheam Cup to kick off the 2020 season A crewed Drheam Cup to kick off the 2020 season Offshore racing's protagonists are gradually returning to the 'school benches' After a start to the season that was completely turned on its head by the global COVID-19 health crisis, offshore racing's protagonists are gradually returning to the 'school benches'. by Gitana Team Posted 11 Jul 06:23 BST Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Wipe the slate clean and start over? This evening, all the competitors in the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne have rounded the virtual IOC-UNESCO mark, Clément Giraud (Vers un monde sans Sida) bringing up the rear more than a day behind the leaders. by Julia Huvé Posted 10 Jul 21:42 BST Melges 32 World League in Malcesine day 2 Melges 32 World League in Malcesine day 2 Photo finishes and continuous changes in the ranking It has been another day of tight racing in Malcesine for the Melges 32 fleet: between match-race-style duels, photo finishes and continuous changes in the ranking, today has been an exciting day of sailing. by Melges World League Posted 10 Jul 21:37 BST ChubangaV3 approved as registered series equipment ChubangaV3 approved as registered series equipment By the IKA Technical Committee After a successful factory inspection, Chubanga V3 mast and glider have been approved by the IKA Technical Committee as registered series production equipment for the IKA Formula Kite Class. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 10 Jul 18:28 BST Safety Boat Solo Crewing Top Tips Safety Boat Solo Crewing Top Tips Ben Hodgson, Regional Development Officer for the Midlands, gives us some tips Following on from the recent Club Development Forums, a lot of clubs have been asking about the use of single crewed safety boats. by Tom Chamberlain Posted 10 Jul 12:31 BST Gladwell's Line: We've seen this Cup movie before Gladwell's Line: We've seen this Cup movie before Long history of the Government of the day and the America's Cup team having their 'moments' Quite what is behind all the current commentary and the audit is a little hard to fathom. But there is a long history of the Government of the day and the America's Cup team having at least one stand-off during an America's Cup cycle. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 10 Jul 12:14 BST ClassGlobe 5.80 Mini in 23 countries! ClassGlobe 5.80 Mini in 23 countries! Huge global interest in "build it yourself" Mini Ocean Racer The Class Globe 5.80 One Design Ocean Racing yacht is creating waves with sailors around the world. Less than four months after it's official launch, over 80 sailors are setting up to build in 23 countries. by Don McIntyre Posted 10 Jul 12:07 BST
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