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Sydney to Auckland 2021 - LEADERBOARD
Time to Look at that Project List Time to Look at that Project List Spend some quality time with your boat With a little bit of extra time on our hands, we're looking at simple ways to improve our boats and campaigns. We put together a list of standard features and options available on all new Melges 24s. by Melges Performance Sailboats Posted 3 Apr 10:00 PDT RORC Time Over Distance LIVE - Episode 1 RORC Time Over Distance LIVE - Episode 1 RORC Lockdown Live Series opens with Brian Thompson For episode 1 of the RORC Lockdown LIVE series, the RORC will be joined by the vastly experienced and successful offshore sailor Brian Thompson, who has broken 33 world sailing records. by RORC Posted 3 Apr 09:00 PDT Best drone shots from The Ocean Race! Best drone shots from The Ocean Race! Sit back, relax and enjoy 10 minutes of incredible video Sit back, relax and enjoy 10 minutes of incredible drone shots from the toughest test of a team in sport – The Ocean Race! by The Ocean Race Posted 3 Apr 07:30 PDT Adventures Weekly with Jesús Renedo Adventures Weekly with Jesús Renedo Sailing Energy photographer is the special guest direct from Palma Nic Douglass welcomed Jesús Renedo from Sailing Energy as the special guest direct from Palma, Mallorca in Spain - one of the hardest countries hit from Covid-19. by Nic Douglass Posted 3 Apr 06:38 PDT SailGP suspends 2020 season through to end of June SailGP suspends 2020 season through to end of June As a result, New York SailGP will not take place on June 12-13 Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, SailGP has suspended its 2020 season through the end of June. by Christy Cahill Posted 3 Apr 06:18 PDT Statement from the OK Dinghy Class Statement from the OK Dinghy Class On the situation with COVID-19 and its events schedule This is not the year we all planned. Due to the worsening situation with COVID-19 we are seeing events cancelled worldwide, therefore the OK Dinghy International Association Executive Committee decided to be pro-active and make some tough decisions. by Robert Deaves Posted 3 Apr 06:12 PDT Self-isolation hacks from offshore sailing Self-isolation hacks from offshore sailing Amory Ross gave us his list of key things to keep the mind and body in balance Sailors are uniquely qualified to talk about extended periods of isolation and our very own team member Amory Ross gave us his list of key things to keep the mind and body in balance during times of confinement whether at home or out on the water. by 11th Hour Racing Posted 3 Apr 04:08 PDT Race Yachts Premium Brokerage newsletter Race Yachts Premium Brokerage newsletter Wishing you safety and best wishes as we all sail through these treacherous times To everyone in our amazing yachting community, we wish you safety and best wishes as we all sail through these treacherous times. The wind is strong and the waves are high, but lets reef the mainsail and batten down the hatches to weather the storm. by Jason Rowed Posted 2 Apr 23:02 PDT America's Cup: Scott to train in Finn in Auckland America's Cup: Scott to train in Finn in Auckland Reigning Olympic Champion says he will pack Finn to train ahead of America's Cup Current Olympic and former World Champion, Giles Scott intends to 'juggle' twin demands of America's Cup duties with defence of Finn title at Tokyo Games, raising the prospect of working up against two Emirates Team NZ Olympic aspirants. by Tom Cary/Daily Telegraph/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 2 Apr 16:14 PDT Gladwell's Line: Little wriggle room with Cup Gladwell's Line: Little wriggle room with Cup On Wednesday night, INEOS Team UK's Ben Ainslie, said some certainty was needed In an interview with INEOS Team UK's Ben Ainslie, he was looking for some certainty about when the Challengers would be allowed into Auckland. Given that would be in August/September. His view was that the Prada Cup timetable should be compressed. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 2 Apr 15:31 PDT Stay strong and stay sailing Stay strong and stay sailing We are all going through tough times now Certainly we are all going through tough times now, and we all regret not being together in a few weeks as intended for the 2020 Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race. by Newport Ocean Sailing Association Posted 2 Apr 09:40 PDT Olympians and UK dinghy champions clash Olympians and UK dinghy champions clash Bashes and banter in eSailing Demonstration Event We're all stuck at home, we're all itching to go sailing, yet our boats are out of bounds. There was only one thing for it - virtual sailing! by Mark Jardine Posted 2 Apr 09:03 PDT Calling clubs and classes Calling clubs and classes All sailing organisations encouraged to share their 2020 plans It's true there is little racing to look forward to at present, but Sail-World.com still sees this as a great time for class organisations and sailing clubs to publicise their news and plans for 2020. by The Sail-World.com team Posted 2 Apr 08:17 PDT The Ocean Race The Ocean Race The current health crisis sweeping the world is challenging all of us to contribute The international crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus has impacted communities, families and individuals around the world. by Peter Rusch, The Ocean Race Posted 2 Apr 07:21 PDT RS Sailing Newsletter RS Sailing Newsletter Still open and ready to make a splash on the day you get back on the water! The last few weeks have been unprecedented for RS Sailing. We wanted to let you know that we are still open and we're ready to make a splash on your day if you are pining to get back out on the water! by RS Sailing Posted 2 Apr 07:00 PDT World Sailing Presidential Newsletter World Sailing Presidential Newsletter Extensive dialogue with the IOC on the future of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics I would like to thank all of our Member National Authorities, the Medical Commission and organisers working closely and swiftly with the World Sailing team to adapt, change and communicate as fast as possible. by Kim Andersen, President World Sailing Posted 2 Apr 06:18 PDT World Sailing cancelled Hempel WC Series Final World Sailing cancelled Hempel WC Series Final World Sailing and JSAF discussing future events at Enoshima World Sailing's Board of Directors and the Japan Sailing Federation agreed on the cancellation following the IOC and Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee's decision to postpone the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. by World Sailing Posted 2 Apr 05:49 PDT Meet INEOS TEAM UK Sailing Team Coach Rob Wilson Meet INEOS TEAM UK Sailing Team Coach Rob Wilson The role long-term Rob Wilson has been sailing most of his life, and competed against (and beat) Ben Ainslie during an Optimist World Championship in Japan when he was 12 years old. by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 2 Apr 04:44 PDT Free Video Chapters of The Boat Whisperer Free Video Chapters of The Boat Whisperer Each week on Rooster's social media channels We like to think the Boat Whisperer Series contain a few things worth listening to. Over the coming weeks Rooster will be sharing a selection of chapters totally free of charge to keep you thinking about your sailing. by Rooster Sailing Posted 2 Apr 04:00 PDT Zhik & Crew Kit partner with RWYC Lonely Rock Race Zhik & Crew Kit partner with RWYC Lonely Rock Race A stunning range of quality Race Clothing developed to celebrate the event The Royal Western Yacht Club have announced 'Zhik' as their Official Clothing Partner for the Lonely Rock Race and 'Crew Kit' of Cowes as their Official Branding & Clothing Provider for the race. by Adrian Gray Posted 2 Apr 03:36 PDT A first-time varnishing experience A first-time varnishing experience Contender gets a deck makeover, and the garage is inadvertantly decorated too After sailing my Contender for a year at Hythe and Saltwood Sailing Club, and then Bough Beech Sailing Club for their Icicle Series over the winter, my Contender's deck varnish was looking somewhat worse for wear. by Daniel Hollands Posted 2 Apr 02:30 PDT Imperial Poona Yacht Club virtual Tiffin Imperial Poona Yacht Club virtual Tiffin All Fools' Tiffin held with the assistance of Zoom Now 1st April has passed it is worth recording that on that day the Imperial Poona Yacht Club held what was possibly the first virtual annual dinner of any yacht club. by Jeremy Atkins Posted 1 Apr 23:16 PDT America's Cup timing opportune for Kiwi tourism America's Cup timing opportune for Kiwi tourism "The Cup looks like a very good investment right now as it's going to give NZ a big shop window" "If we didn't have the Cup here, you'd be really scratching your head to come up with an idea to kick-start the tourism industry. The Cup has an event profile that very few other events have." by Radio NZ Posted 1 Apr 18:40 PDT The first episode of On Course The first episode of On Course Exciting new series that takes a regular look at the sailing world Welcome to the first episode of On Course, our exciting new series that takes a regular look at the sailing world. by Matt Sheahan Posted 1 Apr 04:54 PDT 2020 Atlantic Cup cancelled due to COVID-19 2020 Atlantic Cup cancelled due to COVID-19 Atlantic Cup Kids programming will be made available virtually It is with great regret that Manuka Sports Event Management announces the unavoidable cancellation of the 2020 Atlantic Cup, which was scheduled to take place June 5-21. by Julianna Barbieri Posted 1 Apr 02:07 PDT Transpac-Tahiti Race postponed Transpac-Tahiti Race postponed In consultation with current race entries, later race date options are being reviewed Organizers from the Transpacific Yacht Club and Archipelagoes in Papeete announce the planned May 28th start of the 3570-mile Transpac-Tahiti Race from Los Angeles to Tahiti has been postponed. by Transpacific Yacht Club Posted 31 Mar 22:44 PDT Star class makes dramatic return for Tokyo 2021 Star class makes dramatic return for Tokyo 2021 Surprise reinstatement in the Olympic sailing competition With the Tokyo Olympics being delayed for a year, a little-known clause in the World Sailing Constitution has been activated, leading to reinstatement of the Star class in the Olympic sailing competition. by Mark Jardine Posted 31 Mar 17:00 PDT America's Cup: Far-off dream but a great challenge America's Cup: Far-off dream but a great challenge 'We will come through this and we will all be stronger for it' - Ben Ainslie “We will come through this and we will all be stronger for it. At times like these we all need a light at the end of the tunnel and, for us, that's the America's Cup.” by Mark Reason/Stuff.co.nz Posted 31 Mar 16:34 PDT Doyle Sails News - March/April 2020 Review Doyle Sails News - March/April 2020 Review Doyle Sails News - March/April 2020 Review covering all the latest updates on racing and cruising Doyle Sails News - March/April 2020 Review looking at the Hugo Boss campaigns, more on Doyle's Structured Luff technology, Cruising Code sails, visit Doyle Sails Palma and an update from the Superyacht Challenge Antigua and more. by Doyle Sails Posted 31 Mar 14:06 PDT Olympic postponement creates new challenges Olympic postponement creates new challenges Latest Sail-World newsletter from David Schmidt in the USA After much debate, hand-wringing, and tough decision-making, the International Olympic Committee and the Japanese organizers of the XXXII Olympiad have announced that the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be postponed by one year due to the novel coronavirus. by David Schmidt Posted 31 Mar 10:00 PDT Melges 24 Worlds date under consideration Melges 24 Worlds date under consideration IM24CA has been working to find solution to holding the event International Melges 24 Class Association has been working to find solution, that will have positive effects both for our association and sailors, such as finding the way still to have the Worlds in 2020. by IM24CA Posted 31 Mar 08:08 PDT The Ocean Race: 20 teams registered in two fleets The Ocean Race: 20 teams registered in two fleets There's a total of 20 teams registered on The Ocean Race website, paying an initial €5000 fee Two divisions have been announced for the 2021/22 race, now The Ocean Race. There's a total of 20 teams registered on The Ocean Race website, each paying an initial registration fee of €5,000. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 31 Mar 05:22 PDT 21 knots upwind in a Moth! 21 knots upwind in a Moth! Amazing on-board video from Dylan Fletcher sailing in December Back in the depths of December Dylan Fletcher was learning how to hike and sit out at over 21 knots upwind in training on Portland Harbour. This video taken from the bowsprit shows just how extreme this is... by Dylan Fletcher Posted 31 Mar 05:13 PDT The crème of UK dinghy racing virtually set The crème of UK dinghy racing virtually set For live eSailing demonstration event On Wednesday 1st April at 15:00, the RYA and YachtsandYachting.com will be hosting a 'live' eSailing demonstration event. Attracting the crème of UK dinghy racing talent, the event promises to be a real showdown in virtual and tactical skills. by Emma Slater Posted 31 Mar 03:33 PDT Emirates Team NZ online store still open all hours Emirates Team NZ online store still open all hours The official ETNZ clothing store is open for online shopping and can take your order any time The good news is that our the ETNZ online clothing store remains live for our fans around the world to order great Emirates Team New Zealand clothing product. by Emirates Team NZ Shop Posted 31 Mar 00:30 PDT Iconic Olympic class regattas in Virtual Regatta Iconic Olympic class regattas in Virtual Regatta Including the Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar and Kiel Week World Sailing, the International Federation for the sport, and Virtual Regatta, the world-leading digital sailing platform, are launching several iconic Olympic class regattas in the eSailing world. by World Sailing Posted 30 Mar 22:07 PDT KZ Racefurlers - first choice for top race yachts KZ Racefurlers - first choice for top race yachts Furling systems and their attendant foresails have been one of the standout developments of the last KZ Marine's designs and builds some of the world's best-performing sail furling units for race yachts. They are found at the sharp end of most Grand Prix inshore and offshore yachts like the AC75, mini maxi, TP52, super maxi, VO65, and IMOCA 60 by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 30 Mar 21:55 PDT WIN £150: Rooster Home Hacks Competition WIN £150: Rooster Home Hacks Competition Have a spare minute or two? Have a spare minute or two? Fancy winning £150 worth of Rooster Kit? All from the comfort of your own home, we want to know your most ingenious marine-related hack, trick or tit-bit. by Rooster Posted 30 Mar 10:07 PDT The World Sailing Show: Programme 4 The World Sailing Show: Programme 4 Aiming to bring some light relief from the terrible pandemic We have stunning images of Caribbean sailing, big boat action from the 52 Super Series in Cape Town and we check in with the America's Cup defenders Emirates Team New Zealand in Auckland. by Sunset+Vine TV Posted 30 Mar 05:57 PDT New dates for Tokyo 2020 announced New dates for Tokyo 2020 announced Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held 23 July - 8 August 2021 The IOC, IPC, the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Government of Japan today agreed new dates for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, in 2021. by International Olympic Committee Posted 30 Mar 05:23 PDT
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