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America's Cup: Spectacular Images of Te Aihe America's Cup: Spectacular Images of Te Aihe Te Aihe made a spectacular sight in the late afternoon sun. Sailing in a fresh offshore breeze Te Aihe made a spectacular sight in the late afternoon sun. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 12 Jul 19:11 PDT Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally first leg overall Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally first leg overall Icebear wins first leg after nearly five days of light air and upwind sailing After a difficult leg of nearly five days of light air and upwind sailing, all teams have finished their first leg of the Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally, organized by the East End Mini Yacht Club (EEMYC) and the Sailing Yacht Research Foundation (SYRF). by Sailing Yacht Research Foundation Posted 12 Jul 23:19 PDT In this together In this together We have just been reminded of what this nastiest of minute pests with no brain at all can achieve... Australia has been fortunate to have recorded a much lower fatality rate than many other jurisdictions in this most saddening of times. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 12 Jul 15:00 PDT Clipper Race Double Act: Family connections Clipper Race Double Act: Family connections Forging incredible bonds between complete strangers from all different walks of life The Clipper Race forges incredible bonds between complete strangers from all different walks of life and from all around the world. But sometimes the bond is already there before the race begins. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 12 Jul 03:38 PDT Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Still the battle rages for line honours Charlie Dalin on Apivia has had to bide his time for a few days on the righthand side of the course, but it has all come good for him in the last 24 hours as he now leads the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race once more. by Ed Gorman Posted 12 Jul 03:09 PDT Hugh Treharne, a great Australian sailing talent Hugh Treharne, a great Australian sailing talent Renowned 16ft and 18ft Skiff sailor, tactician on Australia II in 1983 Hugh Treharne is one of Australia's greatest sailors. He was tactician on The America's Cup-winning Australia II in 1983, a renowned 16ft and 18ft Skiff sailor, a widely recognised sailmaker and a world champion blue water yachtsman. by Frank Quealey Posted 11 Jul 23:47 PDT Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally day 3 Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally day 3 Closing in on the finish line Facing headwinds on their final approach to the finish, Andy Schell's Swan 59 Icebear skippered by Sean Westoby is poised to be the first entry to cross the finish line in the inaugural Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally by Sailing Yacht Research Foundation Posted 11 Jul 22:59 PDT North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief Fight to the finish, Trade In Trade Up, Bluewater Born & Raised Things are really heating up for the Vendee Arctic as the fleet rounds the IOC UNESCO Waypoint. First finishers are set to arrive in Les Sables d'Olonne soon. by North Sails Posted 11 Jul 14:19 PDT Melges 32 World League in Malcesine overall Melges 32 World League in Malcesine overall Racing interrupted on the final day due to bad weather The exciting competition between the crews of the Melges 32 fleet, engaged in Malcesine in the first event of the season, has been interrupted in the last day by bad weather. by Melges World League Posted 11 Jul 14:13 PDT RORC Time Over Distance - Michael Desjoyeaux RORC Time Over Distance - Michael Desjoyeaux The only sailor to have won the Vendée Globe two times The 15th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Series is with Michel Desjoyeaux - the only sailor to have won the Vendée Globe two times. by RORC Posted 11 Jul 13:27 PDT 2021-2024 Racing Rules of Sailing available now 2021-2024 Racing Rules of Sailing available now The new edition of World Sailing's Racing Rules of Sailing have been published The 2021 - 2024 edition of World Sailing's Racing Rules of Sailing have been published and will come into effect on 1 January 2021. by World Sailing Posted 11 Jul 13:03 PDT Luke Muller selected for U.S. Olympic Sailing Team Luke Muller selected for U.S. Olympic Sailing Team Earning selection thanks to his performances at the 2019 Finn Worlds On Thursday, June 9, US Sailing announced the conclusion of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Athlete Trials in the Finn class. As a result Luke Muller has earned selection to the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team and is nominated to Team USA. by US Sailing Team Posted 11 Jul 08:28 PDT Promoting Shorthanded Racing on Chesapeake Bay Promoting Shorthanded Racing on Chesapeake Bay Annapolis Yacht Club has implemented numerous safety measures for its events The inaugural Annapolis Yacht Club Double-Handed Distance Race, held in September 2019, will be building on the experience for the 2020 edition to be held October 3rd and 4th, 2020 on the Chesapeake Bay. by Annapolis Yacht Club Posted 11 Jul 07:52 PDT Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Romping south towards the Gallimard Waypoint Speeds are up and the boats are flying south towards the end of the seventh day at sea in the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne race this morning with Jérémie Beyou back in charge on Charal. by Ed Gorman Posted 11 Jul 02:09 PDT Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 17 & 18 replay Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 17 & 18 replay First contact between boats as ETNZ get caught high The 34th America's Cup saw its first contact between boats as Emirates Team New Zealand got caught high and early on the startline of race 17. The resulting protest saw them receive two penalties and an instant 400 metre lead for ORACLE TEAM USA. by 34th America's Cup Posted 10 Jul 22:51 PDT A crewed Drheam Cup to kick off the 2020 season A crewed Drheam Cup to kick off the 2020 season Offshore racing's protagonists are gradually returning to the 'school benches' After a start to the season that was completely turned on its head by the global COVID-19 health crisis, offshore racing's protagonists are gradually returning to the 'school benches'. by Gitana Team Posted 10 Jul 22:23 PDT Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Wipe the slate clean and start over? This evening, all the competitors in the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne have rounded the virtual IOC-UNESCO mark, Clément Giraud (Vers un monde sans Sida) bringing up the rear more than a day behind the leaders. by Julia Huvé Posted 10 Jul 13:42 PDT U.S. Olympic trials conclude for Finns U.S. Olympic trials conclude for Finns And continue with 2021 Worlds for women's 470 Upon review of current State Department and Travel Advisories and at the recommendation of US Sailing's Selection Committee, the OSC determined that these regattas will not be used as the third 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team selection event. by US Sailing Team Posted 10 Jul 13:38 PDT Melges 32 World League in Malcesine day 2 Melges 32 World League in Malcesine day 2 Photo finishes and continuous changes in the ranking It has been another day of tight racing in Malcesine for the Melges 32 fleet: between match-race-style duels, photo finishes and continuous changes in the ranking, today has been an exciting day of sailing. by Melges World League Posted 10 Jul 13:37 PDT ChubangaV3 approved as registered series equipment ChubangaV3 approved as registered series equipment By the IKA Technical Committee After a successful factory inspection, Chubanga V3 mast and glider have been approved by the IKA Technical Committee as registered series production equipment for the IKA Formula Kite Class. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 10 Jul 10:28 PDT Storm Trysail Club Ted Hood Regatta preview Storm Trysail Club Ted Hood Regatta preview Mass Bay ORRez and PHRF New England Mass Bay Championships at stake The 4th Annual Storm Trysail Club Ted Hood Regatta (named after famed Marblehead hero, America's Cup winner, National Sailing Hall of Fame Inductee, and STC member) Ted Hood, is scheduled for August 21 – 23. by Clarke Smith Posted 10 Jul 10:06 PDT Sailors for the Sea launches Skippers Program Sailors for the Sea launches Skippers Program Eight sailors volunteer to mobilize local sailing and boating communities Today, Sailors for the Sea Powered by Oceana launched its Skippers Program, a volunteer network of local conservation leaders in sailing communities across North America to protect the world's marine environments. by Sailors for the Sea Posted 10 Jul 04:35 PDT Gladwell's Line: We've seen this Cup movie before Gladwell's Line: We've seen this Cup movie before Long history of the Government of the day and the America's Cup team having their 'moments' Quite what is behind all the current commentary and the audit is a little hard to fathom. But there is a long history of the Government of the day and the America's Cup team having at least one stand-off during an America's Cup cycle. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 10 Jul 04:14 PDT ClassGlobe 5.80 Mini in 23 countries! ClassGlobe 5.80 Mini in 23 countries! Huge global interest in "build it yourself" Mini Ocean Racer The Class Globe 5.80 One Design Ocean Racing yacht is creating waves with sailors around the world. Less than four months after it's official launch, over 80 sailors are setting up to build in 23 countries. by Don McIntyre Posted 10 Jul 04:07 PDT Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Herrmann holding a narrow lead over Beyou as the leaders head south Approaching the end of the sixth day at sea in the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race, it is all change at the top of the leaderboard with the German skipper Boris Herrmann now holding the initiative. by Julia Huvé Posted 10 Jul 03:41 PDT 2020 U.S. Multihull Championship postponed 2020 U.S. Multihull Championship postponed 2021 event to be hosted by Corpus Christi YC, San Diego Race organizers from USF18, US Sailing, Mission Bay Yacht Club and San Diego Yacht Club are exploring dates to reschedule this combined championship in 2021. by US Sailing Posted 10 Jul 03:18 PDT Melges 32 World League in Malcesine day 1 Melges 32 World League in Malcesine day 1 Three races on the first day of racing on Lake Garda On the second weekend of sailing in Italy, it is time for the protagonists of the Melges 32 Class to be back to racing. The fleet will be involved, starting from today and until Saturday, in the first act of the 2020 Melges World League in Malcesine. by Melges World League Posted 10 Jul 00:06 PDT The light switch The light switch In the last four to six weeks, many dealers have reported good to phenomenal brokerage sales Essentially, in the last four to six weeks, many dealers have reported good to phenomenal brokerage sales. It seems to be right across the board. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat-World.com Posted 10 Jul 00:00 PDT Australian Sailing Team at Coffs Harbour (video) Australian Sailing Team at Coffs Harbour (video) Joining the whales at Coffs Harbour recently has been the Australian Sailing Team. Joining the whales at Coffs Harbour recently has been the Australian Sailing Team. We went there when the Men's Laser, 470 and Finn squads were training vigorously, and applying that strong work ethic they are so well known for. by John Curnow Posted 9 Jul 16:52 PDT Finishing first is in the detail Finishing first is in the detail When it comes to the foiling 69F with speeds of over 33 knots When you can foil in 7 knots true wind you know you are in for the ride of your life. Six identical boats, 6.9m in length, three crew and with speeds of over 33 knots: it's going to be fast. by Lou Johnson Posted 9 Jul 08:00 PDT INEOS Team UK's Lead Systems Engineer Andy McLean INEOS Team UK's Lead Systems Engineer Andy McLean Andrew 'Animal' McLean is both a highly experienced inshore and offshore racer Andrew 'Animal' McLean is both a highly experienced inshore and offshore racer as well as a qualified mechanical engineer. He has a vast amount of experience, having competed for four America's Cups and in two editions of the Volvo Ocean Race (VOR). by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 9 Jul 06:42 PDT Doublehanded Offshore event less than a week away Doublehanded Offshore event less than a week away Oakcliff Board President will be inducted into the National Sailing Hall of Fame The Oakcliff team has been hard at work preparing our fleet of six Melges 24s for the Doublehanded Offshore Race next week. The offshore trainees, led by Fleet Manager Cat Chimney, are full steam ahead "offshore-izing" the Melges. by Oakcliff Sailing Posted 9 Jul 06:34 PDT Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race update Ruyant sneaks ahead to be first at the IOC-UNESCO Waypoint Thomas Ruyant regained the lead of the Vendée-Arctique-Les Sables d'Olonne Race at exactly the right moment today as he became the first skipper to round the turning mark off the southwest corner of Iceland. by Ed Gorman Posted 9 Jul 04:13 PDT Doyle Sails News - July/August 2020 Review Doyle Sails News - July/August 2020 Review Doyle Sails - We're all about sailing, innovation and people Doyle Sails International's new extension to our state of the art Stratis facility in Auckland, New Zealand is now operational. Read about Sea Eagle - an 81m, state of the art three-masted sensation powered by Doyle Sails. by Doyle Sails Posted 9 Jul 03:53 PDT Vendée Globe skippers: Yannick Bestaven Vendée Globe skippers: Yannick Bestaven Renowned for pioneering and building hydrogenerators used throughot the IMOCA fleet Winning both legs of the Mini Transat and the race overall was the catalyst for Yannick Bestaven to really underline his potential as a sailor. He is renowned for pioneering and building hydrogenerators used throughot the IMOCA fleet. by Vendee Globe Posted 9 Jul 02:56 PDT Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally day 1 & 2 Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally day 1 & 2 Facing light headwinds having punched through the Gulf Stream After 24 hours of racing from two starting lines off the coasts of Newport and Norfolk, the four teams entered in the Spirit of Bermuda Charity Rally have made solid progress towards their common finish line in St George's. by Sailing Yacht Research Foundation Posted 8 Jul 22:54 PDT Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 16 full replay Relive AC34 in San Francisco! Race 16 full replay Five wins in a row for ORACLE TEAM USA Turning into the greatest comeback in sporting history... Eight wins apiece, but Emirates Team New Zealand 8-6 lead on the scoreboard due to the ORACLE TEAM USA 2 race penalty. by 34th America's Cup Posted 8 Jul 22:12 PDT Chris Clark on the 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race Chris Clark on the 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race An interview with Chris Clark on the 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race I checked in with Chris Clark, race chairman of the 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race, via email, to learn more about this exciting freshwater distance race. by David Schmidt Posted 8 Jul 08:00 PDT Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award discloses jury Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award discloses jury The photo competition to find the photograph of the century The Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image (of the Century) photo competition is pleased to announce the composition of its International Jury 2020. by Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Posted 8 Jul 07:11 PDT Inside Melges: The July Issue Inside Melges: The July Issue Take a look at the newly released Melges 15 hull and sail graphics Check out the newly released hull and sail graphics for the Melges 15 in the latest video! You'll also get a better look at some of the features that make up the Melges 15 including the cockpit layout, spars, and spinnaker system. by Melges Performance Sailboats Posted 8 Jul 05:49 PDT
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