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America's Cup: A unique insight into ETNZ America's Cup: A unique insight into ETNZ TVNZ embedded an investigative reporter into Emirates Team NZ for six weeks - 15 minute insight. Prime time Television New Zealand magazine show, Sunday, embedded a reporter into Emirates Team New Zealand for six weeks. The America's Cup champions gave her complete access to the team. by Rebecca Wright- Sunday/TVNZ Posted 24 Nov 13:13 PST Cup news, Vendee Globe update, US Sailing staff Cup news, Vendee Globe update, US Sailing staff Latest newsletter from Sail-World's David Schmidt in the USA Daylight and warm temperatures might be in short supply these days in most of North America, and rainfall might be abundant here in the Pacific Northwest, but that sure doesn't mean that the international sailing news cycle is in hibernation. by David Schmidt Posted 24 Nov 08:00 PST America's Cup Rialto: Nov 24 - Riding on the gale America's Cup Rialto: Nov 24 - Riding on the gale Two teams ventured out today in the face of a rising easterly gale and constant rain. Two teams ventured out today in the face of a forecast of a strengthening breeze, expected to develop into a regulation easterly gale, along with rain. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 24 Nov 05:16 PST Vendée Globe Day 17: It's not usually like this Vendée Globe Day 17: It's not usually like this Dalin fighting for metres, Davies, Burton break South Charlie Dalin, Vendée Globe leader since yesterday morning, confirmed that he is in full 'inshore mode, fighting for every metre I can gain,' as he tries to break through to the southern ocean low pressure train. by Vendée Globe Posted 24 Nov 10:20 PST Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image of the Century Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image of the Century French photographer Gilles Martin-Raget announced as the winner The international jury decided to honour the French photographer Gilles Martin-Raget and his image of the Orma 60 Fujifilm II trimaran, taken during the Course des Phares 2002. by Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Posted 24 Nov 10:09 PST J/109 wins Miami to Nassau Cup Race J/109 wins Miami to Nassau Cup Race 'Harm's Way' sailed by Andy Westcoast won the ORC 3 class The 79th edition of the Nassau Cup Ocean Race, a 180 nm course from Miami to Nassau, leaving Great Isaac and Great Stirrup to starboard, is no longer possible due to current protocols in the Bahamas. by J/Boats Posted 24 Nov 05:49 PST Maxi Edmond de Rothschild postpones departure Maxi Edmond de Rothschild postpones departure Jules Vern team remains on code yellow as another opportunity might well present itself on Thursday Record hunting is not a bed of roses, but the many variables, which have inevitably been part and parcel of life for the Gitana Team and her crew since the start of standby, were known about by one and all before they decided to take on the JVT. by Gitana Team Posted 24 Nov 05:13 PST ORC World Championship 2021 open for entries ORC World Championship 2021 open for entries In the UNESCO World Heritage city of Tallinn, Estonia Organizers from Kalev Yacht Club and the Offshore Racing Congress (ORC) are pleased to announce the opening of entries to the ORC World Championship 2021 to be held over 6-14 August 2021 in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Tallinn, Estonia. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 24 Nov 03:13 PST Vendée Globe Day 17 morning update Vendée Globe Day 17 morning update Bang, bang, chop, chop, busy, busy, Thomson on the nightshift as Dalin extends lead Overnight only race leader Charlie Dalin (Apivia) is the only skipper among the top 10 to have managed to hold speeds in double figures as the leaders of the Vendée Globe continue their slow but steady progress south. by Vendée Globe Posted 24 Nov 01:02 PST Code Yellow for Maxi Edmond de Rothschild crew Code Yellow for Maxi Edmond de Rothschild crew A possible Jules Verne Trophy departure in 24 hours After a long weather briefing carried out remotely with the router Marcel van Triest, the entire crew of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild gathered alongside Cyril Dardashti, director of the five-arrow team, has taken the decision to switch to code yellow. by Gitana Team Posted 23 Nov 22:03 PST Alex Thomson 'sailing once again' aboard HUGO BOSS Alex Thomson 'sailing once again' aboard HUGO BOSS Just 48 hours after he unearthed structural damage to his boat Just 48 hours after he unearthed structural damage to his HUGO BOSS boat - on day 13 of the Vendée Globe round-the-world yacht race - British sailor Alex Thomson has confirmed that he is sailing once again. by Curtis Nice Posted 23 Nov 12:58 PST Mirabaud Sailing Video of Century winner declared Mirabaud Sailing Video of Century winner declared The six members of the Jury voted according to three criteria The 2020 edition of the Mirabaud Sailing Video Award has been adapted to reward the best videos filmed since 2000. Martin Keruzoré (Air Vide et Eau Productions) wins the main prize with his video Vues du Large, selected by the international jury. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 23 Nov 12:25 PST Vendée Globe Day 16: Charlie Dalin takes the lead Vendée Globe Day 16: Charlie Dalin takes the lead Thomson explains repairs but stays positive On a sequence of gybes stepping downwind underneath the Saint Helena high pressure system in the South Atlantic, Charlie Dalin (Apivia) became the new leader of the Vendée Globe this morning. by Vendée Globe Posted 23 Nov 09:52 PST Natasha Lambert sets off for the Atlantic Natasha Lambert sets off for the Atlantic Natasha is crossing the Atlantic to raise funds for 3 very deserving charities Islander Natasha Lambert BEM, multi award-winning disabled sailor and adventurer from Cowes, Isle of Wight set off from Gran Canaria yesterday (Sunday 22nd November) at approximately 13:00hrs for her latest challenge, the Atlantic... by Kai Davis, Lentil Marketing Posted 23 Nov 07:04 PST Lifting rudder now an option on OK dinghy Lifting rudder now an option on OK dinghy Thanks to Sea Sure and Ovington Boats Sea Sure, the Warsash based manufacturer of dinghy transom products like pintles, gudgeons and rudder stocks, has collaborated with Ovington Boats to design and manufacture a lifting rudder to fit to an OK dinghy. by Zella Compton Posted 23 Nov 04:00 PST Bermuda & Italy to host first SailGP events Bermuda & Italy to host first SailGP events Updated schedule for the first half of the second season released today SailGP today announced an updated schedule for the first half of its second season, with the opening events now set for the island of Bermuda and the southern Italian city of Taranto. by SailGP Posted 23 Nov 03:20 PST America's Cup Rialto: Nov 23 - A new direction America's Cup Rialto: Nov 23 - A new direction Monday was a day in waiting. Waiting for a weather system to pass through bringing strong easterlies Monday was a day in waiting. Waiting for a weather system to pass through with strong easterlies predicted for the following day. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 23 Nov 01:20 PST Vendée Globe Day 16 morning update Vendée Globe Day 16 morning update Descending the Stairway to..... Heaven or Hell? Seven miles apart after two weeks of racing, leader Thomas Ruyant (LinkedOut) and second placed Charlie Dalin (Apivia) gybe in step with each other as they descend a corridor of modest breeze between the two evolving zones of lighter airs. by Vendée Globe Posted 23 Nov 01:01 PST Hugo Boss repairs update direct from Alex Thomson Hugo Boss repairs update direct from Alex Thomson His thoughts and progress on the damaged longitudinal frame Alex Thomson spoke to his team early this Sunday evening to give an update on his thoughts and progress as he seeks to repair a damaged longitudinal frame near the bow of HUGO BOSS. by Vendée Globe Posted 22 Nov 22:30 PST America's Cup: The 25 year itch is back America's Cup: The 25 year itch is back Top Kiwi sailing journalist, Suzanne McFadden catches up with key Cup players Top Kiwi sailing journalist, Suzanne McFadden catches up with key Cup players at the launch of Emirates Team NZ's Te Rehutai on Thursday evening. "It's been a year since I last saw Emirates Team New Zealand. Granted, we've both been busy.... by Suzanne McFadden Posted 22 Nov 16:19 PST There's a place called Hobart There's a place called Hobart It's pretty special all year round, and it's also a good springboard It's pretty special all year round. Hobart is also a marvellous springboard from which to leap into history, culinary delights, nature's gifts of both flora and fauna, all manner of beverages, trails, bushwalking... by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 22 Nov 13:30 PST Peter Burling awarded Magnus Olsson Prize 2020 Peter Burling awarded Magnus Olsson Prize 2020 Kiwi sailor recognised for his contributions to the world of sailing The Mange Olsson Foundation has today announced Peter Burling the 2020 winner of its prestigious Magnus Olsson Prize. by Mange Olsson Foundation Posted 22 Nov 13:02 PST Vendée Globe Day 15: Leading duo extend Vendée Globe Day 15: Leading duo extend Alex Thomson forced to make repairs British Vendée Globe skipper Alex Thomson has today been forced to slow his HUGO BOSS to a crawl as he attempts to make a technical repair to a longitudinal beam near the bow of his IMOCA. by Vendée Globe Posted 22 Nov 10:48 PST GKA Freestyle Super Grand Slam overall GKA Freestyle Super Grand Slam overall We have our winners of the SuperKite Brasil 2020 In slightly lighter winds on this final day of the competition, the focus of the judges was on quality and attention to detail when it came to the execution of the tricks. by Janne Vollert Posted 22 Nov 10:00 PST Alex Thomson carrying out structural repair Alex Thomson carrying out structural repair Damage to a longitudinal beam at the front of HUGO BOSS Yesterday evening, while Alex was carrying out a routine inspection onboard HUGO BOSS, he spotted what he believed to be some structural damage in the bow area of the boat. by Alex Thomson Racing Posted 22 Nov 03:39 PST Possible structural problem alert from HUGO BOSS Possible structural problem alert from HUGO BOSS Team issued a statement Saturday night British skipper Alex Thomson who is racing in second place in the Vendee Globe alerted his team around 1900hrs UTC Saturday 21st November of a possible structural issue onboard the HUGO BOSS boat. by Vendée Globe Posted 22 Nov 02:16 PST 18ft Skiff NSW Championship Race 1 18ft Skiff NSW Championship Race 1 Three boats over the line at the start in Sydney Harbour The Australian champion tech2 team of Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Lewis Brake took out Race 1 of the NSW 18ft Skiff Championship today after three boats were ruled out of the race for being over the start line within one minute of the start. by Frank Quealey Posted 22 Nov 00:06 PST Vendée Globe Day 15: Reliving time in the Doldrums Vendée Globe Day 15: Reliving time in the Doldrums Charlie Dalin at 0400hrs TU on the radio call Charlie Dalin at 0400hrs TU on the radio call, "I felt like I was reliving time in the Doldrums it was even more bizarre. I got some pretty strange wind variations, sudden changes in direction and force. by Vendée Globe Posted 21 Nov 23:37 PST Vendée Globe Day 14: Ruyant continues to lead Vendée Globe Day 14: Ruyant continues to lead Joschke loses pushpit on MACSF Thomas Ruyant on LinkedOut from the north east of France, who for the second successive Vendée Globe, carries the hopes of businesses, supporters and fans from his home region, took over the race lead on this morning's 0400hrs ranking report. by Vendée Globe Posted 21 Nov 12:53 PST America's Cup Rialto: Nov 20 - Kiwis first sail America's Cup Rialto: Nov 20 - Kiwis first sail America's Cup champions, Emirates Team New Zealand turned on an impressive first sail performance in America's Cup champions, Emirates Team New Zealand, turned on an impressive first sail performance in their Version 2 AC75, Te Rehutai just over 18 hours after her Thursday evening launch ceremony. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 21 Nov 06:13 PST Boris deploys scientific data collection system Boris deploys scientific data collection system North Atlantic is finally behind them in the Vendée Globe The North Atlantic is finally behind them. A week and a half after the start, the majority of Vendée Globe competitors have crossed the equator without a hitch. by Isabelle Andrieux Posted 21 Nov 05:39 PST New Tech Working in Harmony New Tech Working in Harmony Leading technology brands making sure technologies work seamlessly together Isn't it frustrating when your computer doesn't connect to your printer? Few of us enjoy the experience of technology malfunctions, at least when sailing you don't have to as the leading technology brands are making sure their technologies work together. by Cyclops Marine Posted 21 Nov 04:00 PST PlanetSail AC75 second boats analysis PlanetSail AC75 second boats analysis Must-watch video as Matthew Sheahan takes a look at what's been going on in Auckland One minute they were being wheeled out of secrecy to face the public for the first time, the next they were flying around the Hauraki Gulf. by Matt Sheahan Posted 21 Nov 03:41 PST ETF26 series attracting top international sailors ETF26 series attracting top international sailors Including SailGP's French and Danish team skippers Billy Besson and Nicolai Sehested The EFT26 class completed a shortened 2020 season, despite the cancellation of a number of inshore sailing events, giving valuable on water time to top professional sailors, up and coming youth foilers and amateur racers. by Robin Clegg Posted 21 Nov 02:32 PST New Allen Inboard End Batten Adjuster New Allen Inboard End Batten Adjuster Plus video demonstrating the 60mm Dynamic Block Features The inboard end batten adjuster – A.951-10 – has been developed alongside one of the worlds leading sailmakers. 60mm Dynamic Blocks feature Allen's patented Dynamic bearing technology. by Allen Posted 20 Nov 23:30 PST Vendée Globe Day 14 morning update Vendée Globe Day 14 morning update Ruyant on top as leaders contemplate best route Thomas Ruyant (LinkedOut) has taken the lead at the head of the 32 boat Vendée Globe fleet on the early morning rankings today as the breakaway top trio enjoy a fast slide south eastwards towards the Southern Ocean. by Vendée Globe Posted 20 Nov 23:23 PST GKA Freestyle Super Grand Slam day 4 GKA Freestyle Super Grand Slam day 4 Freestyle finals day coming up Day 4 is completed here at the GKA Freestyle Super Grand Slam in Ilha do Guajiru. No heats were run today, but we have winners nonetheless - winners in the waiting game for wind, that is. by Janne Vollert Posted 20 Nov 19:04 PST Vendée Globe: Alex Thomson 'In it to win it' Vendée Globe: Alex Thomson 'In it to win it' Continuing to lead with two of his toughest French rivals in hot pursuit "I go out there to win so I want to be leading from the early stages". On day 13 of the Vendée Globe, Alex Thomson continues his lead with two of his toughest French rivals in hot pursuit by Alex Thomson Racing Posted 20 Nov 18:26 PST Career stepping-stone for aspiring US sailors Career stepping-stone for aspiring US sailors 11th Hour Racing Team has renewed its partnership with Oakcliff Sailing 11th Hour Racing Team has renewed its partnership with Oakcliff Sailing to provide a career-shaping internship program for aspiring American sailors. by 11th Hour Racing Team Posted 20 Nov 11:13 PST Vendée Globe Day 13: Thomson feels no pressure Vendée Globe Day 13: Thomson feels no pressure Risky route to the South? Big split to advantage top three The top trio are each trying to plot their best route down the South Atlantic to catch a fast moving low pressure system and the strong, favourable winds which would catapult them eastwards into the Southern Ocean. by Vendée Globe Posted 20 Nov 10:58 PST
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