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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 01:13 PDT 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 22 May 19:22 PDT Etchells West Coast Spring Series overall Etchells West Coast Spring Series overall Spectacular Orca Bowl finale, Lifted wins again! The 2024 Etchells West Coast Spring Series, hosted by the San Diego Yacht Club, concluded with the Orca Bowl this past weekend. by San Diego Yacht Club Posted 22 May 16:32 PDT US Sailing resolution with America One Racing US Sailing resolution with America One Racing Settling all legal and other matters between US Sailing and America One Racing US Sailing, the National Governing Body for the sport of sailing, announced today that it has come to a final resolution of terms settling all legal and other matters between US Sailing and America One Racing. by US Sailing Posted 22 May 16:07 PDT Storm Trysail Club Block Island Race Preview Storm Trysail Club Block Island Race Preview The weather forecast looks to be typical for this time of year 82 boats are gearing up for the 77th Annual Block Island Race, set to commence this Friday at 2 p.m. off Stamford, CT. Teams will embark on the challenging 186-nautical mile course, navigating through Long Island Sound, around Block Island, and back. by Storm Trysail Club Posted 22 May 16:03 PDT WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye day 1 WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye day 1 "If you're not Dying, you're not Trying" The WingFoil Racing World Cup Turkiye began today, although a lack of wind prevented the first race from going ahead. Instead the riders put their competitive instincts into an evening competition on Audi e-foilers, electric-powered foiling boards. by Andy Rice Posted 22 May 13:39 PDT IMA Maxi Europeans at Sorrento Day 3 IMA Maxi Europeans at Sorrento Day 3 New leader as V scores two bullets Starting an hour early, two coastal courses including the popular lap of Capri were completed on the third and penultimate day of the IMA Maxi European Championship, supported by Rolex as Official Timepiece. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 22 May 13:03 PDT Get ready to race in the 2025 Transpac Get ready to race in the 2025 Transpac The Notice of Race is live and registration opens June 1, 2024 The Transpacific Yacht Club has published the Notice of Race for the 2025 edition of the Los Angeles to Honolulu Transpacific Yacht Race. by Transpacific Yacht Club Posted 22 May 11:37 PDT Atlantic Cup set to start Saturday, May 25 Atlantic Cup set to start Saturday, May 25 The only dedicated Class40 race in the United States We're three days out until the start of the 2024 Atlantic Cup. For the first time since 2018, the only dedicated Class40 race in the United States will take teams on a 3-stage race from Charleston, S.C. to Newport, R.I. and Portland, M.E. by Atlantic Cup Posted 22 May 10:07 PDT One month to go until Superyacht Cup Palma 2024 One month to go until Superyacht Cup Palma 2024 Maximus and Calabash will bring additional flair to the already strong roster of yachts Two brand new yachts have joined the fleet at Superyacht Cup Palma 2024 with just a month to the start of the 28th edition of Europe's longest running superyacht regatta. by The Superyacht Cup Palma Posted 22 May 07:12 PDT Discover sailing on the Summer Sailstice Discover sailing on the Summer Sailstice $25 per person sailing lessons on June 22 June 22, 2024, brings the summer solstice, the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere. This is when one of the Earth's poles has its maximum tilt toward the sun. by Offshore Sailing School Posted 22 May 05:58 PDT Cup Spy May 21: A productive day on the Med Cup Spy May 21: A productive day on the Med Three teams sailed on Tuesday - Emirates Team NZ in Auckland, and two AC75 teams in Barcelona Three teams sailed on Tuesday - Emirates Team NZ out of Auckland with their two AC40s and bringing the Youth and Womens crews. In Barcelona, Alinghi Red Bull Racing and American Magic sailed in moderate breezes and flat seas. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 22 May 02:17 PDT J/70 Europeans at Mount Argentario, Italy Day 1 J/70 Europeans at Mount Argentario, Italy Day 1 Girl Power on the first day of J/70 European Championship in Cala Galera The first day of the J/70 European Championship, hosted in Italy in the wonderful location of Mount Argentario, kicked off with two exhilarating races under light breeze conditions, creating a dynamic and unpredictable day of racing. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 21 May 23:49 PDT Puig Women's America's Cup trophy is presented Puig Women's America's Cup trophy is presented The trophy for the inaugural Puig Women's America's Cup, has been presented by Puig The trophy for the inaugural Puig Women's America's Cup, has been presented by Puig. The Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola was commissioned to design and shape the trophy for winning team of the Puig Women's America's Cup. by America's Cup Media Posted 21 May 21:53 PDT Cup Spy May 20: USA has impressive hit-out Cup Spy May 20: USA has impressive hit-out Two teams sailed on Monday - Emirates Team NZ out of Auckland and American Magic in Barcelona Two teams sailed on Monday - Emirates Team NZ out of Auckland with their two AC40s and bringing the Youth and Womens crews some on the water experience. American Magic had a solid session sailing off Barcelona in winds gusting 20 kts and 1mtr seas. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 21 May 18:05 PDT Things Do Change… Things Do Change… It's quite some time ago now: three decades for sure, and into its fourth, quite possibly It's quite some time ago now. Three decades for sure, and into its fourth, quite possibly. It was one of those unwritten laws. An adage, if you will. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World Posted 21 May 15:00 PDT IMA Maxi Europeans at Sorrento Day 2 IMA Maxi Europeans at Sorrento Day 2 Double bullet day for Bella Mente After a windless zero race Monday, the IMA Maxi European Championship, supported by Rolex as Official Timepiece, enjoyed a brisk 15-19 knot westerly and lumpy seas for its second day. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 21 May 14:47 PDT Rooster Women's Range Reborn Rooster Women's Range Reborn Designed for comfort, confidence and performance As pioneers in women's technical watersports gear, our range has had a revamp. Specifically developed for women and thoroughly tested, we've made adjustments to the overall cut, improved materials and updated the colourway and print. by Rooster Posted 21 May 10:00 PDT Vendée Liberty set for 24 May Vendée Liberty set for 24 May The IMOCA yachts show off in New York The images promise to be breathtaking: imagine a whole fleet of IMOCA yachts at the foot of the Statue of Liberty, flying over the water with the Skyline in the background? You're not dreaming! by Vendée Globe media Posted 21 May 08:49 PDT Introducing Paris 2024 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team Introducing Paris 2024 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team Celebrating and introducing the sailors off to Marseille shortly For fans of U.S. Olympic sailing, the past several quadrennials have been a nosebleed, at best. Despite this history, however, the USA has fielded a young-but-hopefully-competitive team for the Paris 2024 Olympics. by David Schmidt Posted 21 May 08:00 PDT Normandy Match Cup in Le Havre overall Normandy Match Cup in Le Havre overall Megan Thomson and her 2.0 Racing crew win in France New Zealand's Megan Thomson and her 2.0 Racing crew of Maeve White, Josi Andres, Charlotte Porter and Rose Garcia Royo yesterday won the 2024 Normandy Match Cup in Le Havre, France, the third stage of the 2024 Women's World Match Racing Tour. by Women's WMRT Posted 21 May 05:44 PDT Media analysis of first Global Solo Challenge Media analysis of first Global Solo Challenge Sharing some of the highlights from third-party media analysis With the first edition of the Global Solo Challenge 2023-2024 drawing to a close, we commissioned a third-party media analysis to assess the results. by Marco Nannini / Global Solo Challenge Posted 21 May 04:45 PDT TR Racing - Synergy TR Racing - Synergy The key concept underpinning Thomas Ruyant Racing is the notion of working together The key concept underpinning the creation and philosophy of Thomas Ruyant Racing is the notion of working together. by Agence TB Press Posted 21 May 02:17 PDT UpWind by MerConcept announces all-female crew UpWind by MerConcept announces all-female crew Team ready to roll in Saint-Malo for Act 1 of Ocean Fifty Series UpWind by MerConcept, the brand-new all-female training hub for offshore multihull sailing, has announced its squad for the first Act of the 2024 Ocean Fifty Series. by Emily Caroe Posted 21 May 01:43 PDT Swedish Challenge, Powered by Artemis Technologies Swedish Challenge, Powered by Artemis Technologies Team announced for Inaugural Women's America's Cup Swedish Challenge, powered by Artemis Technologies, has announced the six sailors who will form the Swedish Challenge Women's Team and compete in the 37th America's Cup on October 5 in Barcelona. by Anna Ostling Posted 20 May 22:02 PDT The Philadelphia Cup Regatta Returns! The Philadelphia Cup Regatta Returns! Spectator-Friendly sailboat racing on the Delaware River Race the return of the Philadelphia Cup Regatta this Saturday, May 25th. Back after a near-decade hiatus and hosted by the Liberty Sailing Club by Carol Bareuther Posted 20 May 16:41 PDT Double the Wins at Offshore Doubles Race Double the Wins at Offshore Doubles Race St. Francis Yacht Club & Yacht Racing Association of San Francisco Bay team up The Notice of Race is posted and registration is open for St. Francis Yacht Club's Offshore Doubles Race, scheduled for June 29-30, 2024, and run in conjunction with Yacht Racing Association of San Francisco Bay's Half Moon Bay Race. by St. Francis Yacht Club Posted 20 May 16:09 PDT The most famous boat in the world The most famous boat in the world Goes by a lot of nicknames, but you'd think Comanche fits the bill wherever she goes Goes by a lot of nicknames, but you'd have to think Comanche fits the bill wherever she goes. Right oh. Well, for just another eight months or so, she's not going anywhere. The most famous boat in the world has another, albeit short, charter with one aim. by John Curnow, Sail-World.com AUS Editor Posted 20 May 15:00 PDT Road To Gold Live Q&A with Dr Tim Herzog Road To Gold Live Q&A with Dr Tim Herzog Top sports psychologist discusses Effective Mental Imagery and Self-Talk We've all heard the importance of the Mental Game - the factor that separates the top athletes from the rest. At a certain level, it's not your sailing skills that make the difference, but your mental state going into the competition. by Andy Rice, Co-Creator, Road To Gold Posted 20 May 12:55 PDT Worrell 1000 Race 2024 Lay Day & Leg 7 Worrell 1000 Race 2024 Lay Day & Leg 7 Folly Beach, SC is the new "lay-day" checkpoint for the race this year Folly Beach, SC is the new "lay-day" checkpoint for the race this year. by Beverley J Simmons Posted 20 May 12:42 PDT The Super Mac is back for 2024! The Super Mac is back for 2024! Celebrate the 100th running of the Bayview Mackinac Race Bayview Yacht Club, ChiciagoYacht Club, and Port Huron Yacht Club are sponsoring this event to celebrate the 100th running of the Bayview Mackinac Race Presented by National Fleet Services! by Bayview Mackinac Race Posted 20 May 11:04 PDT J/24 Corinthian US National Championship J/24 Corinthian US National Championship Held at Sayville Yacht Club in Blue Point, NY The second annual J/24 Corinthian US National Championship made its way east to Sayville Yacht Club in Blue Point, NY from May 15-19. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 20 May 10:10 PDT The Evolution of the Load Pin The Evolution of the Load Pin Few adaptations have had quite the impact of the load pin Innovative sailors are constantly observing other fields and looking for new technologies that have the potential to change the way they sail. Few adaptations have had quite the impact of the load pin. by Cyclops Marine Posted 20 May 07:02 PDT 75th Anniversary Wilson Trophy 75th Anniversary Wilson Trophy 34 teams gathered at the West Kirby marine lake, aka the theatre of dreams In April 1948 West Kirby Sailing Club was invited to send a team to Dun Laoghaire (IRE) for a mixed class team racing event, competing against teams from the South of Ireland and the South of England. by Andy Cornah Posted 20 May 04:36 PDT Sir Jim Ratcliffe provides the pedal power Sir Jim Ratcliffe provides the pedal power On-board British America's Cup yacht INEOS Chairman Sir Jim Ratcliffe joined Sir Ben Ainslie as a cyclor onboard INEOS Britannia's flying America's Cup race boat which is capable of reaching speeds of 100Km/h. by INEOS Britannia Posted 19 May 21:58 PDT 5th Annual Hotel and Tourism Regatta 5th Annual Hotel and Tourism Regatta Coral World Triumphs at St. Thomas Yacht Club The excitement was palpable across the waters of Cowpet Bay during the thrilling conclusion of the 5th Annual Hotel and Tourism Regatta. by Carol Bareuther Posted 19 May 21:51 PDT Cup Spy May 18: Brits test new cyclor Cup Spy May 18: Brits test new cyclor The Brits were the only team to sail AC75s or paired AC40s over the weekend The Brits were the only team to sail AC75s or paired AC40s over the weekend. INEOS Britannia sailed their newly christened AC75, with team principal Jim Ratcliffe, a keen cyclist, aboard and functioning as one of the four cyclors onboard. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 19 May 20:32 PDT Cup Spy May 17: Good numbers at last Cup Spy May 17: Good numbers at last Teams get a good workout on a day blessed with a solid sailing breeze, in Barcelona and Auckland Two teams(USA and GBR) sailed AC75s on Friday out of Barcelona, on a day blessed with a good solid sailing breeze. ETNZ sailed both their AC40s in contested training for all three sailing squads - Womens, Youth and Defence. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 19 May 17:43 PDT Normandy Match Cup in Le Havre Day 3 Normandy Match Cup in Le Havre Day 3 Playing the shifts Racing continued into the early evening of Day 3 of the Normandy Match Cup as the semi-finals got under way in a fresh 12-15knots, combined with a challenging current off the Le Havre beach. by Women's WMRT Posted 19 May 16:33 PDT J/105 Women's Invitational Regatta a success J/105 Women's Invitational Regatta a success Arbitrage team wins three-peat at St. Francis Yacht Club On May 11th, the St. Francis Yacht Club hosted nine teams for the 2024 SF Bay J/105 Women Skipper Invitational. PRO Gerard Sheridan and his RC team ran four action-packed races on the city-front course while Karl the Fog danced across the sky. by J/Boats Posted 19 May 14:28 PDT
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