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Caroline Sundman on the 2019 J/70 North Americans Caroline Sundman on the 2019 J/70 North Americans An interview with Caroline Sundman about the 2019 J/70 North American Championship I checked in with Caroline Sundman, regatta co-chair of the 2019 J/70 North American Championship, via email, to learn more about this exciting championship-level regatta. by David Schmidt Posted 18 Sep 08:00 PDT America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ first sail + video America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ first sail + video America's Cup Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand became the second team to sail, and foil an AC75 America's Cup Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand became the second team to sail, and foil an AC75, in the buildup to the 36th America's Cup. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 18 Sep 03:11 PDT Reimagining the Race to Alaska Reimagining the Race to Alaska Latest Sail-World newsletter from David Schmidt in the USA Dockside wisdom holds that the key to winning the Race to Alaska involves being the first boat to clear Seymour Narrows, ideally as the tide slams shut the door on fellow competitors. But what if Seymour Narrows wasn't a required waypoint? by David Schmidt Posted 17 Sep 08:00 PDT Star Eastern Hemisphere Championship 2019 Star Eastern Hemisphere Championship 2019 Augie Diaz wins second Silver Star in a row A star-studded list of competitors arrived for four days of scheduled racing including Gold Star world-champions USA's John McCausland, George Szabo and Augie Diaz. by Ashley Love from T2PTV Posted 18 Sep 07:47 PDT SailGP enters esports arena SailGP enters esports arena In partnership with Virtual Regatta and World Sailing SailGP in partnership with Virtual Regatta and World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport - today entered the esports arena with the launch of eSailGP. by SailGP News Posted 18 Sep 07:12 PDT Cabo Verde will host The Ocean Race Cabo Verde will host The Ocean Race First ever West African stop in 2021-22 Cabo Verde becomes a new stop on the circuit as the next edition of The Ocean Race will visit a West African nation for the first time... by The Ocean Race Posted 18 Sep 06:28 PDT The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 3 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 3 Clipper Race fleet is once again moving towards its goal While the Clipper Race fleet remains split between those who have opted to stay offshore and those teams who are hugging the North African coastline, the arrival of the Trade Winds has provided a huge psychological boost. by The Clipper Race Posted 18 Sep 06:14 PDT Three years to the start of the Golden Globe Race Three years to the start of the Golden Globe Race 2022 Notice of Race published An independent analysis report compiled by Meltwater on media coverage secured during the 2018 Golden Globe Race shows that the Race gained US$185m worth of coverage world-wide. by Don McIntyre Posted 17 Sep 23:34 PDT The road to the Grand Final The road to the Grand Final This month, the first season of SailGP will conclude In February of 2019, SailGP introduced sailing redefined to the world on Sydney Harbour. Six supercharged F50 catamarans, the most technologically advanced race boats in the world, took to the water to kick off the inaugural season of SailGP. by SailGP News Posted 17 Sep 23:00 PDT Safety First for Sailors seminar at Pensacola Safety First for Sailors seminar at Pensacola Book now, because safety training can save your life Now's your chance to get the boating safety experience you need, before you need it. The Pensacola Yacht Club Satori Foundation will host a US Sailing sanctioned two-day Hands on only Safety at Sea Seminar and Offshore sailing workshop. by Talbot Wilson Posted 17 Sep 15:55 PDT 2020 Newport Bermuda Race deadline 2020 Newport Bermuda Race deadline Are you planning to compete? Counting down to the June 2020 start, there are nine months and three days to go, and a strong fleet is already gathering. by Newport Bermuda Race Posted 17 Sep 15:05 PDT Melges 24 World Championship Villasimius preview Melges 24 World Championship Villasimius preview The biggest, most major event of the season is three weeks away To registration closing date on September 15 the entry list includes the participation of 62 teams representing 15 nations of three continents, among them besides European teams inclusions from Singapore, Canada and the United States. by International Melges 24 Class Association Posted 17 Sep 13:39 PDT Argo Group Gold Cup to rejoin WMRT Argo Group Gold Cup to rejoin WMRT 12 teams expected to battle for the King Edward VII Gold Cup Event organizers at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club are also pleased to welcome back Argo Group, an international underwriter of specialty insurance and reinsurance, as the title sponsor. by Sean McNeill Posted 17 Sep 09:39 PDT Fridays For Future joins The Ocean Race Summit Fridays For Future joins The Ocean Race Summit Youth movement to join global ocean experts at key Italian conference They will share the stage with politicians, professional sailors, business leaders and a host of experts examining the vital role business has to play in stemming the flow of plastic into our seas. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 Sep 09:28 PDT Major new feature aboard Maxi Edmond de Rothschild Major new feature aboard Maxi Edmond de Rothschild 32-metre giant returns to her technical base for a few weeks Following a very busy summer, which saw the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild secure her first victory in the Rolex Fastnet Race, the 32-metre giant returned to her technical base for a few weeks on 26 August. by Gitana Posted 17 Sep 08:29 PDT The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 2 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 2 Fleet splits in search for wind The Clipper Race fleet is experiencing dramatically different conditions in the first couple of days of Race 2: The Commodore's Cup, compared to those faced in the first race; very light and downwind. by The Clipper Race Posted 17 Sep 06:41 PDT Teams and organisers set the race on track Teams and organisers set the race on track The Ocean Race 2021-22 edition discussed in Alicante Workshop and information sessions were held on topics such as technology on board the VO65 and IMOCA 60 fleets, rule compliance, commercial and marketing opportunities, sustainability and marketing and communications. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 Sep 06:11 PDT New foiler aimed at entry level foiling sailors New foiler aimed at entry level foiling sailors Nikki is the very latest high-performance one-design foiling dinghy Nikki is the very latest high-performance one-design foiling dinghy which is both stable and safe, while being easy to rig, launch and sail, suited to young, light weight and female sailors of a wide range of ages and abilities. by Ian Ward Posted 17 Sep 01:50 PDT SailGP wins IBC Innovation Award SailGP wins IBC Innovation Award Crowned the winner in the content creation category SailGP was last night crowned the winner in the content creation category at the IBC Innovation Awards for its ambitious and ground-breaking remote production strategy. by SailGP News Posted 16 Sep 22:59 PDT 100 days to 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 100 days to 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race The historic 75th race to Hobart is building to be the biggest race in years Today marks 100 days to the historic 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - the 75th 628-nautical-mile race to Constitution Dock in Hobart, Tasmania. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 16 Sep 18:37 PDT The Globe 40 dream up and running The Globe 40 dream up and running 30,000 mile course for Class 40 fleet Launched back in June, the GLOBE40 has opened a global maritime gateway to a journey that embraces dreams, sport, travel and adventure; a dream which is accessible to enthusiastic amateurs and professionals alike. by Globe 40 Posted 16 Sep 15:16 PDT Spindrift 2 is back in the water Spindrift 2 is back in the water Whole team onsite at the Multiplast boatyard in Vannes The world's largest racing maxi trimaran spent the past few months being further optimised, and being fitted with new load bearing rudder plates, following the structural failure of the starboard rudder plate during the Jules Verne Trophy record attempt. by Spindrift racing Posted 16 Sep 15:05 PDT Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 3rd edition launches Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 3rd edition launches What is the best sailing video of the year? Film and video professionals, as well as sailors who record their achievements during races are invited to join the 2019 edition of the event and submit their best edit. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 16 Sep 12:29 PDT One Ton Cup in Le Havre, France preview One Ton Cup in Le Havre, France preview 2019 edition will be sailed in French waters for the first time since 2002 For the fourth year in succession, the FAST40+ Class will be competing for the One Ton Cup, created by the Cercle de la Voile de Paris (CVP - Paris Yacht Club) in 1899. by Louay Habib Posted 16 Sep 09:53 PDT The Clipper Race Leg 1 Race 2 Day 1 The Clipper Race Leg 1 Race 2 Day 1 The Atlantic Trade Winds After the bold, fast start to Race 2, the Commodore's Cup, a 5,200nm race from Portimão, Portugal, to Punta del Este, Uruguay, a sharp drop in wind speed has left the fleet with a testing first 24 hours of racing as they head south. by The Clipper Race Posted 16 Sep 05:43 PDT Pacasmayo Classic overall Pacasmayo Classic overall The strongest youth field in a generation The Pacasmayo Classic saw the strongest Youth field in the history of the event take to the waves this year, as the strongest Youth field in a generation continues to emerge around the world. by International Windsurfing Tour Posted 15 Sep 23:59 PDT Rolex Big Boat Series at San Francisco overall Rolex Big Boat Series at San Francisco overall Fastest guns in the west decided Cool onshore temperatures, ebbing fog, flooding waters and a gathering sea breeze greeted the 79 teams gathered on San Francisco Bay to contest the final day of racing at the 55th edition of the St. Francis Yacht Club's annual Rolex Big Boat Series by Scott Armstrong Posted 15 Sep 16:27 PDT Do jump on board Do jump on board Two weeks ago in All aboard the bandwagon! we looked at the new Offshore event for 2024 Two weeks ago in All aboard the bandwagon! we looked at the new Offshore event that will be part of the 2024 Paris (Marseilles) Olympics. Nick from Hobart was one who expressed his own opinion, and allows me to share his sentiments here. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 15 Sep 15:00 PDT Crews to cross their first ocean in global race Crews to cross their first ocean in global race Clipper Round the World Yacht Race teams start Atlantic crossing The first big test of the 40,000 nautical mile Clipper Round the World Yacht Race awaits, with around 220 everyday people setting sail from Portimão, Portugal, to race across the Atlantic Ocean to Punta del Este in Uruguay. by Karla Graves Posted 15 Sep 14:30 PDT Billy Besson first to launch on home waters Billy Besson first to launch on home waters Five days until history is written in Marseille With five days until six national teams go head to head at the Marseille SailGP Season 1 Grand Final, the home team - headed by Frenchman Billy Besson - hit the water for the first time today in its supercharged F50 catamaran. by SailGP News Posted 15 Sep 14:20 PDT GC32 Riva Cup overall GC32 Riva Cup overall Alinghi claims GC32 Riva Cup by a whisker While Alinghi has led at the end of every day of racing at the 2019 GC32 Riva Cup, the Swiss team was on the ropes this afternoon when their arch-rivals Oman Air, in seemingly unbeatable form by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 15 Sep 14:10 PDT 2019 Wetsuit Outlet UK Moth Nationals overall 2019 Wetsuit Outlet UK Moth Nationals overall Weybiza saves the best until last The forecast was dire for the final day, and calm conditions across Portland Harbour in the morning did little to dispel the pessimism of either the sailors or the race team. by IMCA UK Posted 15 Sep 11:32 PDT America's Cup: New York launches its AC75 America's Cup: New York launches its AC75 The U.S. Challenger's first AC75 race boat was officially named and launched on Saturday morning. After an estimated 76,000 combined hours of fabrication and finishing work by the production and shore teams of American Magic, the U.S. Challenger's first AC75 racing boat was officially named and launched on Saturday morning. by Will Ricketson/NYYC American Magic Posted 15 Sep 07:03 PDT America's Cup: Two very different AC75's launched America's Cup: Two very different AC75's launched The two AC75's launched to date have little in common other than they are 75ft long The two AC75's launched to date have little in common other than they are 75ft long, are sloop rigged, and have the same distance between their Foil Arm Pivot points. The basics are all markedly different. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 15 Sep 03:50 PDT TF10 on display at Newport International Boat Show TF10 on display at Newport International Boat Show Foiling trimaran's 2020 racing calendar takes shape Newport, Rhode Island is the home of the TF10 and it's all set to go on show for a second year in a row at the Newport International Boat Show (NIBS) (12-15 September). by TF10 Class Association Posted 15 Sep 03:25 PDT PredictWind release Streamline graphics PredictWind release Streamline graphics The The newly released PredictWind Streamlines are now the most advanced weather graphics available PredictWind have been refining new Streamline maps and after a considerable amount of development work we are happy to announce the Streamlines release on all platforms. The PredictWind Streamlines are now the most advanced weather graphics available by Predictwind Posted 14 Sep 22:01 PDT Olympic boatbuilder has a 30 medal haul Olympic boatbuilder has a 30 medal haul Mackay Boats have won 30 Olympic medals since the 2004 in Athens and 114 world championships The 2016 Rio Olympics were hugely successful for New Zealand's sailors but even more so for a Kiwi boat building company. In all, Mackay boats have won 30 Olympic medals since the 2004 Athens Games and 114 world championships medals. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 14 Sep 21:40 PDT Rolex Big Boat Series at San Francisco day 3 Rolex Big Boat Series at San Francisco day 3 The breeze is back at the third day After two days of light-air racing, Mother Nature finally flipped the fun switch on day three of the 2019 Rolex Big Boat Series, giving all 79 competing teams the kinds of big-air grins that make San Francisco Bay a truly world-class sailing venue. by St. Francis Yacht Club Posted 14 Sep 20:46 PDT Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup overall Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup overall Royal Sydney shines on challenging final day It all came down to the final race, as it should. Two teams of accomplished and motivated amateur sailors from opposite corners of the globe battling on a lumpy, windy Narragansett Bay for one of Corinthian sailing's most-prized trophies by Stuart Streuli Posted 14 Sep 18:10 PDT GC32 Riva Cup day 3 GC32 Riva Cup day 3 Alinghi clings to narrow lead going into the final day Ernesto Bertarelli's Alinghi started the day four points ahead of Oman Air and - after six races on two different courses, during which they lost the lead, then fought back hard to recover it - ended the day four points ahead of Oman Air. by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 14 Sep 17:24 PDT
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