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How 50 years utterly transformed offshore racing How 50 years utterly transformed offshore racingA look at how 50 years utterly transformed offshore racingIt's easy to lose track of just how far offshore sailing standards have come in such a short time when today's cutting-edge sailors are employing foils offshore in singlehanded events, or sailing lightning-fast catamarans and trimarans around Cape Horn.by David Schmidt Posted 18 Jun 11:00 PDT Jerry Kedziora on the SSYC's 2018 Queen's Cup Jerry Kedziora on the SSYC's 2018 Queen's CupAn interview with Jerry Kedziora about the South Shore Yacht Club's 2018 Queen's CupI interviewed Jerry Kedziora, Commodore of the South Shore Yacht Club, via email, to learn more about the 2018 Queen's Cup.by David Schmidt Posted 18 Jun 08:00 PDT Ocean Summit sets royal standard for Ocean health Ocean Summit sets royal standard for Ocean healthProgressive announcements to tackle the plastic crisis from the Swedish Government and Volvo CarsThe first ever Gothenburg summit, attended by HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, saw progressive announcements to tackle the plastic crisis from the Swedish Government and Volvo Cars.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 18 Jun 22:08 PDT Am Cup: Brits step up game ahead of AC75 launch Am Cup: Brits step up game ahead of AC75 launchThe Ben Ainslie skippered INEOS Team UK will have two teams competing on the 2018 GC32 circuitsThe Ben Ainslie skippered INEOS Team UK is expected to have two teams competing on the GC32 circuits as the team prepares for the launch of its first AC75 foiling monohull, next year. Sail-World NZ's Richard Gladwell reports.by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 18 Jun 19:11 PDT The "breakaways": The first five home to Bermuda The "breakaways": The first five home to BermudaThe adventures continue for the Sailor Girl in BermudaThe adventures continue for the Sailor Girl in Bermuda for the finish of the 51st edition of the Newport Bermuda Race.by Nic Douglass Posted 18 Jun 15:42 PDT Kieler Woche day 3 Kieler Woche day 3News from Flying Dutchman, 505 and Contender fleetsIn the dinghy fleets, a familiar name has moved to the front of the 505 class, as Dr Wolfgang Hunger with crew Julien Kleiner takes over the lead. If Hunger wins this week, it will be the multiple World Champion's 22nd victory at Kieler Woche.by Andy Rice Posted 18 Jun 12:34 PDT 17 skippers arrive for start of Golden Globe Race 17 skippers arrive for start of Golden Globe RaceSir Robin Knox-Johnston mobbed in Les Sables d'OlonneThe Golden Globe Race village in Les Sables d'Olonne opened with a bang over the weekend as 9,000 visitors welcomed 17 of the GGR skippers into town at the end the SITRaN Challenge Race from Falmouth, UK.by Golden Globe Race Posted 18 Jun 10:45 PDT Kieler Woche: 18-20kts makes for spectacular Day 2 Kieler Woche: 18-20kts makes for spectacular Day 2Germany's world-famous regatta is blessed with perfect winds for day two of the competitionAll the frustrations of the previous day were quickly forgotten as the huge array of sailors and classes at Kieler Woche enjoyed a spectacular day's racing in Kiel Bay.by Andy Rice Posted 18 Jun 03:01 PDT Argentario Sailing Week and PCYC - Day 3 Argentario Sailing Week and PCYC - Day 3Spirit of Tradition first-timers discover “a gem of a racing venue”Picture-perfect weather conditions at Argentario Sailing Week where on Saturday the 40 yacht fleet raced with a light 12-15 knot northwesterly breeze and flat seasby Tessa Wiechmann Posted 18 Jun 02:52 PDT INEOS TEAM UK joins 2018 GC32 Racing Tour INEOS TEAM UK joins 2018 GC32 Racing TourSir Ben Ainslie will be at the helm in PortugalBritain's America's Cup team, INEOS TEAM UK, is set to join the 2018 GC32 Racing Tour. Four-time Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie will be at the helm for the team's debut in the 32ft foiling catamarans.by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 18 Jun 02:09 PDT Foley wins 26th International Optimist Regatta Foley wins 26th International Optimist RegattaSpeed and tactics prove to be the winning combinationSpeed and tactics proved the winning combination that led 13-year-old Peter Foley to place first overall at the 26th International Optimist Regatta (IOR), presented by Electronic Merchant Systems (EMS) Virgin Islandsby Carol Bareuther Posted 18 Jun 01:29 PDT Line honours for Rambler 88 Line honours for Rambler 88In the Newport Bermuda RaceLeaving most of the fleet far behind in light winds, George David's Rambler 88 crossed the finish line off St. David's Lighthouse at 5:51:51 Eastern daylight time on Sunday evening.by John Burnham Posted 18 Jun 01:09 PDT Allen Keyball Harness Allen Keyball HarnessSleek and innovative product eliminates the hook altogetherThe dangers of trapezing have never been more apparent than in the last few years and as boats get more powerful and hardware becomes stronger shouldn't there be a natural progression to try something new when it comes to trapezing?by Ben Harden, Allen Posted 18 Jun 00:30 PDT Top three teams in a dead heat Top three teams in a dead heatVolvo Ocean Race going down to the wireThe final leg of the Volvo Ocean Race will determine the winner after the finish in Gothenburg leaves the top three teams in a dead heat...by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 17 Jun 22:39 PDT Shaping the next Volvo OR - Part 2 Shaping the next Volvo OR - Part 2Final part of a two-part interview with Johan Salen covering the dates, course and classes for 2021“Timing-wise it is quite obvious,” explains Johan Salen of the 2021 date for the next VOR. “2019 is too tight for the teams to regroup and prepare," he says walking through the options. "As well we have to go through the host city procurement process." by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 17 Jun 22:29 PDT Extreme Sailing Series Act 3, Barcelona overall Extreme Sailing Series Act 3, Barcelona overallAlinghi secure their second Act win of the seasonIt was success in Spain for three-time Extreme Sailing Series™ champions Alinghi, as they took their second Act win of the 2018 season in Barcelona.by Extreme Sailing Series Posted 17 Jun 21:20 PDT America's Cup: Fire destroys the Team France base America's Cup: Fire destroys the Team France baseFrench America's Cup Team, the former Groupama Team France has had its base in Lorient destroyedThe French America's Cup Team, the former Groupama Team France, has had its base in Lorient destroyed by fire.by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 17 Jun 16:44 PDT Am Cup Replay: Artemis delivers coup de gras Am Cup Replay: Artemis delivers coup de grasWind at close to the top end of the scale greeted Artemis Racing and Softbank Team Japan for two schWind at close to the top end of the scale greeted Artemis Racing and Softbank Team Japan for two scheduled races in the second Semi-Final of the Louis Vuitton Trophy, part of the 35th America's Cup Regatta, being sailed in Bermuda.by Richard Gladwell and ACMedia Posted 17 Jun 15:58 PDT French sailing great, Eric Tabarly remembered French sailing great, Eric Tabarly rememberedThe world lost one of its greatest ever trans-oceanic sailors, Eric Tabarly 20 years ago, todayTwenty years ago today the world lost a great sailor. Eric Tabarly was regarded by many of his peers as one of the best offshore sailor ever and he inspired more than a generation of French sailors to follow in his wake.by Brian Hancock Posted 17 Jun 13:35 PDT USODA Worlds Team wins Optimist Team Race Regatta USODA Worlds Team wins Optimist Team Race RegattaAt the St. Thomas International Optimist RegattaCoached by Pilo Rocha, the 2018 USODA Worlds Team of Stephan Baker, Peter Foley, Ryan Satterberg, Thommie Grit, and Tommy Sitzmann just topped 12 other teams and won the Team Race portion of the International Optimist Regatta, held in St. Thomas, USVI.by Sail1Design Posted 17 Jun 12:17 PDT
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