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Salcombe YC Sailing Club Series Race 1 Salcombe YC Sailing Club Series Race 1 Conditions more akin to mid-August than mid-April Conditions on Easter Saturday in Salcombe were more akin to mid-August than mid-April. The thermometer topped 70 degrees, pleasure boats packed the harbour and the Estuary was bathed in sunshine. by Simon Dobson Posted 22 Apr 16:39 BST Perth Sailing Club Dewars Series Perth Sailing Club Dewars Series More boats attracted out onto the water in the lovely weather The lovely weather over the Easter Weekend attracted eight boats out on the water to continue the Dewars Series of races at Perth Sailing Club. by Bob Watson Posted 22 Apr 16:32 BST Lasers at the Waldringfield Easter Egg Lasers at the Waldringfield Easter Egg Six races held in near perfect conditions Twenty-six Laser sailors took part in the Easter Egg Friday and Saturday with six races over the two days. Benefiting form high tide, moderate winds and sunshine it was near prefect sailing conditions. by Clive Quantrill Posted 22 Apr 16:29 BST America's Cup: DutchSail updates on funding America's Cup: DutchSail updates on funding DutchSail appears to be making good progress towards its funding objectives One of the three Late Challengers for the 36th America's Cup, DutchSail appears to be making good progress towards its funding objectives according to reports and interviews appearing in the Dutch media over the weekend. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 22 Apr 15:25 BST MYA Footy weekend at Chertsey & Frensham MYA Footy weekend at Chertsey & Frensham Fred's Big Toephy and the Videlo Globe This Footy event was postponed from the cold snowy conditions in February planned for sailing at Guildford Model Yacht Club's water at Abbey Meads Lake, Chertsey. Subsequently this event and the Videlo Globe event were brought together. by Roger Stollery Posted 22 Apr 13:03 BST Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille wrap up Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille wrap up Mike Giles has raced almost every Les Voiles in the Maxi class Pamala Baldwin, owner of the J/122 Liquid, frequently races the Caribbean circuit but until this regatta she and young Skipper Jules White hadn't quite cracked the top of the podium. by Pamala Baldwin Posted 22 Apr 12:12 BST Midland Sailing Club celebrates 125 years Midland Sailing Club celebrates 125 years Party to be held on Saturday 22nd June 2019 Midland Sailing Club will be 125 years old and on Saturday 22nd June there will be a party to celebrate and to look forward to providing sailing, friendship and enjoyment for future generations of Birmingham and Black Country residents for years to come. by Alan Birch Posted 22 Apr 11:36 BST Sailor's salute Sir Robin Sailor's salute Sir Robin On 50 year anniversary of Golden Globe victory Britain's leading sailors are paying tribute to Sir Robin Knox-Johnston today on the 50th anniversary of the date, 22 April 1969, that he entered history books as the first person to ever sail solo, non-stop around the world. by Clipper Round the World Posted 22 Apr 10:00 BST Racing with purpose for Ocean Health Racing with purpose for Ocean Health A visionary partnership with 11th Hour Racing The Ocean Race is building on its position as the sustainability leader in global sport by announcing a visionary partnership with 11th Hour Racing -- the largest of its kind in sport. by The Ocean Race Posted 22 Apr 09:40 BST Reducing Weight Aloft with Composite Backstays Reducing Weight Aloft with Composite Backstays Simple replacement offerring superior performance over wire Reducing weight aloft is one of the most cost effective ways of increasing your boat speed and performance: every kilogram you take out of the rig is roughly equivalent to 4kg added to the bottom of your keel. by Kerri Robson Posted 22 Apr 09:00 BST Top internationals invited to Governor's Cup Top internationals invited to Governor's Cup 53rd annual Governor's Cup will feature top youth match racing skippers from AUS, DEN, GBR, NZL, USA 53rd annual Governor's Cup will feature top youth match racing skippers from AUS, DEN, GBR, NZL, USA and SWE. With several highly-ranked match-racing skippers (of any age), "GovCup" may again qualify for Grade 1 status, unprecedented for youth events. by Susan Kenney Posted 22 Apr 06:36 BST Capturing History Capturing History Sir Robin and Suhaili have arrived in Falmouth ahead of the 50th anniversary celebrations Sir Robin and Suhaili have arrived in Falmouth ahead of the 50th anniversary celebrations planned on April 22 – the date the pair finished their 312 day record circumnavigation – the first solo and non-stop in history by Clipper Round the World Posted 22 Apr 06:30 BST 32nd Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta day 3 32nd Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta day 3 Sunday Funday Race day three of Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by LOCMAN, was the Cannon Course, a memorial to the 'father of Classics' Kenny Coombs, who was in the heart and soul of the hundreds of sailors taking part in a great exhibition of classic yachts by Louay Habib Posted 22 Apr 02:42 BST All happening here (and there) All happening here (and there) We looked at the Black Jack programme once before Back in 'Nothing wrong with your eyesight', we looked at the Black Jack programme for 2019. Evidently, there is absolutely nothing awry with Roy Disney's vision either, for he has snapped up the former Volvo 70 to become the latest Pyewacket. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 21 Apr 23:00 BST 37th Lake Garda Optimist Meeting day 2 37th Lake Garda Optimist Meeting day 2 Gradoni and Scheidt enter the Gold Fleet as leaders On this Easter Sunday, racing continued in the 37th edition of Lake Garda Meeting Optimist, an event organized by Fraglia Vela Riva that this year recalled 1164 young sailors from all over the World in the waters of North Lake Garda. by Fraglia Vela Riva Posted 21 Apr 22:09 BST Vernon's Easter Egg Cup for Illusions Vernon's Easter Egg Cup for Illusions Video evidence for start line policing Easter 2019 Illusion racing for Vernon's Easter Egg Cup will be remembered for the blissfully warm spring like weather. Although we could have done with a few more knots of breeze, it was difficult to find fault with the wall to wall sunshine! by Mike Samuelson Posted 21 Apr 22:03 BST Squibs at the Waldringfield Easter Egg Squibs at the Waldringfield Easter Egg The cakes this year were particularly good Every Easter, Waldringfield SC hosts an open meeting on Good Friday and Easter Saturday. This year a total of 78 dinghies over eight classes competing for trophies and Easter Eggs for winning boats. The weather was outstandingly good. by Barry Searle Posted 21 Apr 21:54 BST 505 Euro Cup Cannes overall 505 Euro Cup Cannes overall Quirk and Needham take the title Sailed at Yacht Club de Cannes, the final day of the Euro Cup Cannes was cancelled due to too much breeze, but the participants enjoyed some really tight competition throughout the regatta. by Michael Quirk Posted 21 Apr 20:58 BST Premature summer - 1, RORC Easter Challenge - 0 Premature summer - 1, RORC Easter Challenge - 0 Beautiful summery conditions and record temperatures bless the Solent Beautiful summery conditions and record temperatures blessed the Solent but sadly permitted the race committee to hold no racing for the entire three day duration of the RORC Easter Challenge. by James Boyd Posted 21 Apr 20:33 BST Hempel World Cup Series Genoa overall Hempel World Cup Series Genoa overall Brazil snapped up two gold medals on the final day Brazil snapped up two gold medals on the final day of the Hempel World Cup Series event in Genoa, Italy with Hungarian, Danish and Kiwi sailors claiming the remaining gold medals. by Daniel Smith, World Sailing Posted 21 Apr 20:30 BST Charity dinner in aid of injured veterans Charity dinner in aid of injured veterans Turn to Starboard knows that sailing has a therapeutic effect The fundraising event, sponsored by TheYachtMarket.com, will take place at the Drapers' Hall in central London on Thursday, June 20. Organisers hope to raise funds towards the charity's work supporting Armed Forces personnel affected by military service. by Mark Hardaker Posted 21 Apr 16:42 BST Solo Midlands Series at Northampton Solo Midlands Series at Northampton Including the Richard Butterfield Trophy Four different race winners, but overall won by Ian Walters for the second year running. Very close racing with Oli Davenport taking the Richard Butterfield Trophy for first Northampton boat. by Neil Pitcher Posted 21 Apr 15:19 BST Documentary: Dragon Grand Prix Cannes Documentary: Dragon Grand Prix Cannes A nail-biting showdown Going into the day just ten points separated the top six teams so the scene was set for a nail-biting showdown and the fleet did not disappoint. by Fiona Brown Posted 21 Apr 12:08 BST Hamble Classics Regatta extends classes Hamble Classics Regatta extends classes New 'Big Classic Friday' sponsored by OneSails Big Classic Friday offers racing for larger Classic and Spirit of Tradition yachts, with separate class starts for IRC Zero including Spirit Yachts rating 1.05 and above, pre-1971 yachts of length 15 metres and above, and International Rule yachts. by Jonty Sherwill Posted 21 Apr 10:26 BST Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille day 6 Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille day 6 A perfect 10 The 10th edition of Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille delivered a perfect '10' across all categories: great breeze and challenging race courses, shoreside fun, and even three perfect scorelines within the nine classes racing by Laura Muma Posted 21 Apr 08:59 BST 32nd Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta day 2 32nd Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta day 2 Mariella on the Butterfly Race Day Two of Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by LOCMAN, was once again blessed with vibrant sailing conditions on the beautiful southern coast of Antigua. by Louay Habib Posted 21 Apr 08:49 BST Hurry! 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The forecast had been for a decent Easterly breeze all weekend. by Charles Saunders Posted 20 Apr 17:26 BST Chichester Gin Solo open at Spinnaker Chichester Gin Solo open at Spinnaker Gentlemanly conduct was maintained throughout The Chichester Gin Spinnaker Open was held on a cold, but beautifully sunny spring Sunday. With South Easterly winds blowing across the lake, race officer Ed Morris set five short course races on a figure-of-eight. by Tom Campbell Posted 20 Apr 16:03 BST Pata Negra looks toward yet another big adventure Pata Negra looks toward yet another big adventure Bringing offshore pedigree to the Transatlantic Race 2019 One of the most serious, privately campaigned British offshore race boats will be on the start line of the Transatlantic Race 2019 when the fleet sets sail from Newport, R.I., bound for Cowes, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom, on Tuesday, June 25. by James Boyd Posted 20 Apr 14:41 BST Easter Egg open meeting at Ripon Easter Egg open meeting at Ripon Some races run in near zero wind and others in a reasonable F2 The now traditional Good Friday DF65 Open Meeting attracted a quality fleet of fourteen boats but sadly it didn't attract much in the way of wind. by Ian Smith Posted 20 Apr 13:16 BST North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief World Champion Interview, 3Di NORDAC, How To, Client Testimonial Rombelli and crew triumph at the Melges 20 Worlds. Hear what they did to overcome a rough patch to turn around and win the championship. by North Sails Posted 20 Apr 12:00 BST Palermo O'pen Skiff Eurochallenge day 1 Palermo O'pen Skiff Eurochallenge day 1 A mini-tour criss-crossing the European continent The O'pen SKIFF Eurochallenge is a mini-tour criss-crossing the European continent, giving young sailors the chance to measure their skills at an international level. by Jeremy Boyce Posted 20 Apr 10:46 BST 32nd Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta day 1 32nd Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta day 1 World's largest privately-owned two-masted schooner wins its class The 32nd edition of Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by LOCMAN, is underway! The magnificent fleet enjoyed lavish trade wind racing along the beautiful south coast of Antigua. by Louay Habib Posted 20 Apr 09:03 BST Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille day 5 Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille day 5 SHK Scallywag & Fujin win 2019 Record Trophies The breeze freshened back up to 18-21 knots for Friday's racing at the 10th edition of Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille, and race organizers sent the Maxi and Multihull classes on a 34-nautical mile course to battle it out by Laura Muma Posted 20 Apr 02:23 BST Summer comes early to RORC Easter Challenge Summer comes early to RORC Easter Challenge Conditions were better suited to improving suntans At this event, that annually doubles as the Royal Ocean Racing Club's domestic season opener and as a training regatta to accelerate crews getting up to speed ready for the year ahead, an absence of wind out on the Solent meant there was no racing by James Boyd Posted 19 Apr 22:07 BST 505 Euro Cup Cannes day 1 505 Euro Cup Cannes day 1 Quirk and Needham lead 30 boat fleet The team of Michael Quirk and Tim Needham currently sit atop the leaderboard as day one of the 2019 505 Euro Cup kick off at Yacht Club de Cannes. After a postponement to allow the gusty 20-30 knot wind to moderate, three races were run. by Michael Quirk Posted 19 Apr 22:01 BST
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