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New Hamilton all weather jacket New Hamilton all weather jacket Vaikobi share what's great about this all-weather legend With loads of fans loving how warm and dry they are in our Hamilton jacket, we thought we'd share what's great about this all-weather legend. by Vaikobi Ocean Performance Posted 24 May 21:15 BST Road To Gold Q&A with Konstantinos Trigonis Road To Gold Q&A with Konstantinos Trigonis Multihull world champion and Olympic coach Technology and tools can be beneficial for learning and development, but ultimately it depends on how you use them. For Konstantinos Trigonis, it's crucial for sailors to be able to *feel* the boat and the conditions around them. by Andy Rice, Co-Creator, Road To Gold Posted 24 May 19:00 BST Evening The Keel - Part One: Diversity or Clones Evening The Keel - Part One: Diversity or Clones "We all want to sail the seas with our mates, but a team of clones will only get you so far." "We all want to sail the seas with our mates, but a team of clones will only get you so far." Leading organisational psychologist and team coach for 11th Hour Racing Team tells us why a diverse team equals success. by Musto Posted 24 May 18:30 BST 2024 Salcombe Gin Morgan Cup Race preview 2024 Salcombe Gin Morgan Cup Race preview The RORC fleet will be racing to Dartmouth with Royal Dart YC opening its doors to all competitors This year's Morgan Cup Race will incorporate the final race of the IRC Two-Handed National Championship and is generously supported by The Salcombe Distillery Co. by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 24 May 18:24 BST WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye day 3 WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye day 3 The mental challenge of a plastic minefield Some riders complained about plastic in the water ruining their races on day three of the WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye. Others found a way of winning race after race despite the plastic obstacles lying in wait to catch them out. by Andy Rice Posted 24 May 18:05 BST D-Zeros in the Harken One Design Regatta at Largs D-Zeros in the Harken One Design Regatta at Largs 17 boats converging from as far away as Emsworth and Aberdeen The weekend brought the Largs Harken One Design Regatta, with 17 D Zeros converging from as far away as Emsworth to Aberdeen to be the largest class in the regatta's 48 strong fleet. by Simon Limb Posted 24 May 16:56 BST Comets at Shustoke Comets at Shustoke Some sailors arrived before the club even opened and rigged outside the compound! Shustoke Sailing club hosted its second Comet Open on Sunday 19th May in glorious sunshine and a pleasant north-easterly breeze blowing diagonally across the 100+ acre reservoir. It was going to be a good sailing day! by Dave Turtle Posted 24 May 15:40 BST Henri-Lloyd Explorer Shorts 2.0 Henri-Lloyd Explorer Shorts 2.0 Engineered from recycled materials, these shorts offer a 4-way stretch for maximum flexibility Engineered from recycled materials, these shorts offer a 4-way stretch for maximum flexibility, ensuring you stay agile during any outdoor activity. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 24 May 14:37 BST OceansLab targets The Ocean Race OceansLab targets The Ocean Race With hydrogen-powered race boat The first hydrogen-powered racing boat skippered by British sailor Phil Sharp, inventor of the Hydrogen Power Module* (HPM), co-founder of Genevos and the clean technology accelerator OceansLab, is preparing to enter The Ocean Race. by OceansLab Posted 24 May 13:55 BST Women's World Match Racing Tour heads to Marstrand Women's World Match Racing Tour heads to Marstrand Alongside the 30th edition of the long-running GKSS Match Cup Sweden Hosted by GKSS (Royal Gothenburg Yacht Club), the event joins the 2024 Women's World Match Racing Tour as an official stage and will take place alongside the 30th edition of the long-running GKSS Match Cup Sweden. by Women's WMRT Posted 24 May 13:36 BST 36R Vane Leech Trophy at Fleetwood 36R Vane Leech Trophy at Fleetwood You can't win them all The forecast was for light variable winds with lots of sunshine. Being very warm, tends to attract lots of family Seasiders and crabbing folk. You can't win them all. by Tony Wilson Posted 24 May 13:06 BST Cup Spy May 22-23: UFOs hit AC75s Cup Spy May 22-23: UFOs hit AC75s One and probably two AC75s hit UFOs during race training off Barcelona forcing a return to base Two teams, sailing AC75s are believed to have struck UFOs (unidentified floating objects) over the past two days, forcing them to stop sailing. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 24 May 12:30 BST The 5 Minute Warning The 5 Minute Warning Andy Rice & Matt Sheahan's 5min racing update This week, Sailjuice's Andy Rice calls up from Turkey to update PlanetSail's Matt Sheahan on the world of wingfoil racing. One of the big topics is lowest possible take-off windspeed for foiling. by PlanetSail Posted 24 May 11:50 BST RS700s at the RS 30th Anniversary Regatta RS700s at the RS 30th Anniversary Regatta Full mast hugging mode in a dying breeze during the Rooster National Tour event Next stop on the Rooster National Tour was Hayling Island Sailing Club for the 30th anniversary of RS Sailing. The fleet were promised Sun, Sea and Wind. by Rob Higgins Posted 24 May 11:14 BST UK Fireball Nationals Early Bird Discount UK Fireball Nationals Early Bird Discount Get your entry in by the 31st May to save! The 2024 UK Fireball National Championship will be hosted by Rock Sailing & Waterski Club, which is situated on the Camel Estuary about 5 miles to the west of Wadebridge and opposite the picturesque fishing port of Padstow. by Derian Scott Posted 24 May 11:06 BST RS600 Riva Cup Runners and Riders RS600 Riva Cup Runners and Riders With 15 boats entered, there are plenty of sailors who might grab themselves a race win For the first time in over 20 years, the RS600s are heading out to Garda. We've seen some new faces sign themselves up as well as a number of legends who have decided they need to get themselves back into the 600 for one last blast. by Will Russell Posted 24 May 09:15 BST America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ's AC75 departs America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ's AC75 departs 'Taihoro' has departed from the Port of Mount Maunganui, destined for the 2024 America's Cup Match Emirates Team New Zealand's America's Cup Defender 'Taihoro' has departed from the Port of Mount Maunganui, destined for the 2024 America's Cup Match in Barcelona, Spain. The voyage follows in the wake of the America's Cup champion 'Te Rehutai' in 2023. by Sail-World.com/nz/Emirates Team NZ Posted 24 May 07:20 BST J/70 Europeans at Mount Argentario, Italy Day 3 J/70 Europeans at Mount Argentario, Italy Day 3 Wanderlust is back at the top of the standings The J/70 European Championship in Cala Galera has seen eight thrilling races so far, with the leaderboard experiencing a roller coaster of changes. Eight different winners have emerged from the races. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 24 May 06:53 BST RS300 Rooster National Tour at Hayling Island RS300 Rooster National Tour at Hayling Island Part of the RS 30th Anniversary Regatta The forecast was truly GRIM, so grim that Roger Marino, we assume, took one look at it and stayed in bed! by Luke South Posted 24 May 06:04 BST Concord Pacific Racing announces squad Concord Pacific Racing announces squad For Puig Women's America's Cup & UniCredit Youth America's Cup Concord Green Energy, along with lead sponsors RBC and TELUS, has unveiled the Concord Pacific Racing squad for Canada's first-ever campaign at the historic Puig Women's America's Cup and UniCredit Youth America's Cup, set to take place in Barcelona by James Rigby Posted 23 May 23:50 BST IMA Maxi Europeans at Sorrento overall IMA Maxi Europeans at Sorrento overall Hap Fauth's Bella Mente claims the title in style In a great display of on-the-water dominance within an already elite-level class, Hap Fauth, tactician Terry Hutchinson and the all-star cast of the Maxi 74 Bella Mente today claimed the third edition of the IMA Maxi European Championship. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 23 May 23:19 BST 2024 5.5 Metre Swiss Open at Rolle Day 1 2024 5.5 Metre Swiss Open at Rolle Day 1 Caracole wins opening race at Société Nautique Rolloise Defending champions Caracole (SUI 214, Bernard Haissly, Nicolas Berthoud, Daniel Stampfli) have won the opening race of the 2024 5.5 Metre Swiss Open at Rolle on Lake Geneva, on Thursday. by Robert Deaves Posted 23 May 21:57 BST Solo class Eastern Areas at Brightlingsea Solo class Eastern Areas at Brightlingsea Steve Ede manages to overturn Alex Corby's day 1 domination On 11th and 12th May Brightlingsea S.C. hosted 23 Solos for the Brightlingsea Eastern Area Open/Championship, with the event being held jointly with the Merlin Rockets. The weather could hardly have been better with warm sunshine and a force 3 to 4. by Godfrey Clark Posted 23 May 20:54 BST Summer Series providing great racing at Llandegfed Summer Series providing great racing at Llandegfed Take the pressure off the newcomers, and still give close racing to the experienced The format of a pursuit race followed by two handicap races after a lunch break is well established and very popular. All boats race in one fleet and the classes racing can range from Toppers right through to 29ers. by Mark Williams Posted 23 May 20:12 BST Enter now for British Keelboat League at Marconi Enter now for British Keelboat League at Marconi Qualifier 4 gives you another chance to #rockupandrace this June Teams keen to take part in the British Keelboat League (BKL) are urged to get their entries for the next #rockupandrace event in the series. There are just two places left for Qualifier 4,. by Peter Ward, British Keelboat League Posted 23 May 19:47 BST WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye day 2 WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye day 2 Ghio and Suardiaz wrestle wings to marathon victory Having gone out from the beach at Urla a few minutes earlier with their big wings, just a minute before the riders launched into the rabbit start for the marathon race the wind strength suddenly doubled. by Andy Rice Posted 23 May 19:23 BST Jeddah to host Youth & Women's Match Racing Jeddah to host Youth & Women's Match Racing Prominent venue in Saudi Arabia to host both World Championships World Sailing has selected the Jeddah Yacht Club & Marina in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to host the upcoming 2024 Youth Match Racing World Championship, and the 2024 Women's Match Racing World Championship beginning immediately afterwards. by World Sailing Posted 23 May 17:15 BST 69F Cup Grand Prix 2 at Torbole Preview 69F Cup Grand Prix 2 at Torbole Preview Seven international teams are ready to enjoy three days of intense racing The never ending flight of the 69F Class continues to Torbole where, just a week after the conclusion of the Act 1 of the 69F Youth Foiling Gold Cup, the Circolo Vela Torbole is ready to host the Grand Prix 2 of the 69F Cup. by 69F Sailing Posted 23 May 17:05 BST Big names line up for Dragon Gold Cup 2024 Big names line up for Dragon Gold Cup 2024 30 teams from around Europe set for the September event in Kinsale Already many of the big names from the world of Dragon sailing have confirmed their participation in the 2024 Dragon Gold Cup Kinsale sponsored by Astra Construction Services Ltd. by International Dragon Association Posted 23 May 16:46 BST Trophée Banque Populaire Grand Ouest Trophée Banque Populaire Grand Ouest Paul Morvan and Tom Dolan finish 7th in 740 nautical mile long offshore Ireland's Tom Dolan and his young French co-skipper Paul Morvan this morning finished a gruelling 740 miles long offshore race for the Trophée Banque Populaire Grand Ouest in seventh place from a star-studded field. by Tom Dolan Racing Posted 23 May 15:32 BST RS700 Masters at the RS 30th Anniversary Regatta RS700 Masters at the RS 30th Anniversary Regatta Four grandees of the fleet battle it out at Hayling Island Four grandees of the RS700 fleet met at Hayling Island Sailing Club on 17th - 19th May 2024 for a RS700 Masters open as part of the RS 30th anniversary regatta. by Roland Smith Posted 23 May 13:37 BST Fishers Green Solo Open Fishers Green Solo Open A pleasing turnout of 22 helms Fishers Green Sailing Club held their annual Solo Open Meeting on Sunday 19th May 2024. The forecast was for moderate conditions with the prevailing wind from a north easterly / easterly direction. by David Walford Posted 23 May 13:26 BST How to care for your dinghy sails How to care for your dinghy sails Ensuring they are in the best condition will help prolong their life When it comes to your dinghy, the sails are the driving force, so ensuring they are in the best condition will help prolong their life. by GJW Direct Posted 23 May 12:00 BST RS200 Masters at the RS 30th Anniversary Regatta RS200 Masters at the RS 30th Anniversary Regatta In true Hayling fashion the sun was shining from dawn till dusk In true Hayling fashion the sun was shining from dawn till dusk on all three days, though the wind very nearly didn't make an appearance! by Emily Davis Posted 23 May 11:48 BST Merlin Rockets at Blithfield Merlin Rockets at Blithfield No more Chat GPT - is this purely human eloquence? The day was set for the HD Sails Midland Circuit shared Classic Circuit event at Blithfield Sailing Club. 8 knots gusting 16 (allegedly) and wonderful sunshine. Among the 12 boats and 24 sailors, there was an almost palpable hum of anticipation by George Bender Posted 23 May 10:03 BST Graduate Nationals runns and riders Graduate Nationals runns and riders The fleet are off to Carsington this weekend The Graduates head to Carsington this weekend for their Nationals, sharing the water with the Miracles in what promises to be a fab weekend in the Midlands! It's time to give Y&Y the article everyone has been waiting for: the runners and riders! by Fresh Abendstern Posted 23 May 09:49 BST J/70 Europeans at Mount Argentario, Italy Day 2 J/70 Europeans at Mount Argentario, Italy Day 2 Viva takes control of an evolving ranking It was a second day of racing in light winds in Tuscany for the J/70 European Championship, an event that has gathered almost 90 crews from 20 nations. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 23 May 09:13 BST Topper Coastal Championships at Poole Topper Coastal Championships at Poole 115 sailors from all corners of the UK take part The NS4 coastal championships saw 115 Topper sailors (85 x 5.3s, 28 x 4.2s, and 2 x 6.4s) travelling from all corners of the UK to Poole Harbour, the second largest natural harbour in the world (second only to Sydney's in size). by Hari Clark Posted 23 May 06:29 BST IRC Welsh Nationals at Pwllheli IRC Welsh Nationals at Pwllheli Glorious sailing weather for the event, which included the Sonata Welsh Championship It almost seems a certainty that the Welsh IRCs in Pwllheli brings glorious champagne sailing weather and this year conformed as usual. by Vicky Cox Posted 23 May 06:18 BST Auckland Noumea Race cancelled Auckland Noumea Race cancelled Auckland Noumea Race due to start on Saturday is cancelled due to political unrest in New Caledonia Royal Akarana Yacht Club, hosts of the Auckland Noumea Yacht Race in conjunction with Cercle Nautique Calédonien (CNC), have announced that the event due to commence on Saturday 25th May has been cancelled. by Royal Akarana Yacht Club Posted 23 May 03:22 BST
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