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Mothquito in Milan for Foiling Awards 2018 Mothquito in Milan for Foiling Awards 2018 As a nominee for the awards for the best design Mothquito was present at the award ceremony of the Foiling Awards 2018, as a nominee for the awards for the best design 2018, a recognition of the highest prestige that has placed Mothquito among the best designs in the world of foiling. by Mothquito Foiling Catamaran Posted 18 Feb 09:34 PST Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in St. Petersburg Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in St. Petersburg Another beautiful day for the final races It was another beautiful day for the final races of the Helly Hansen National Offshore One Design (NOOD) Regatta St. Petersburg. Once the sea breeze filled in this morning, racing got under way and most classes completed two races by Jennifer Mitchell Posted 18 Feb 03:10 PST Get set for a cracker Get set for a cracker There has already been high drama ahead of the RORC Caribbean 600 start The weather forecast is suggesting that moderate trade winds at the start will strengthen during the race, giving classic Caribbean sailing conditions of warm trade winds from the east with a moderate sea state. by Louay Habib Posted 18 Feb 02:56 PST Finn Europeans & Tokyo 2020 Qualifier entry open Finn Europeans & Tokyo 2020 Qualifier entry open Tokyo 2020 Qualifier in Athens this May The championship has recently received approval from the IOC as the second Finn class qualification event for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition. by Robert Deaves Posted 18 Feb 01:59 PST Boat-Park reaction to 2024 Olympic options Boat-Park reaction to 2024 Olympic options The 2024 Sailing Olympics are over five years away for World Sailing, but not for 85kg Men The 2024 Sailing Olympics are over five years away for the panjandrums of World Sailing, but for 85+kg Men, the Regatta is now in a much more urgent focus. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 17 Feb 16:54 PST Sail GP - Sydney - Day 2 highlights Sail GP - Sydney - Day 2 highlights SailGP Day 2 wrap Crosbie Lorimer joined the spectators on Shark Island for Day 2 of SailGP to capture the action from that scenic perspective. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 17 Feb 15:40 PST America's Cup team proceeding in spite of dispute America's Cup team proceeding in spite of dispute DutchSail team leader, Simeon Tienpont says the team is flattered that the three Super Teams are tak Team leader of the newbie America's Cup Challenger, DutchSail, Simeon Tienpont says the team is flattered that the three Super Teams are taking them so seriously when they have "only just dried the wet from behind our ears." by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 17 Feb 14:06 PST Whaddya reckon? Whaddya reckon? So what if you made the running surface hard? Really, really, really hard, actually So what if you made the running surface hard? Really, really, really hard, actually. But still made from water, however? Well that would make it ice then. by John Curnow, Editor Sail-World AUS Posted 17 Feb 14:00 PST J/22 U.S. Youth Match Racing announcement J/22 U.S. Youth Match Racing announcement Come one, come all! All youth sailors between 16 and 20 years old are invited to apply The Championship features world-class coaching and race management and serves as an outstanding training ground for young sailors who are passionate about match racing and focused on competing at the next level. by J/Boats Posted 17 Feb 05:38 PST NSW Etchells - Hard not to be impressed NSW Etchells - Hard not to be impressed This was not as a result the final day's racing. Even though, and as usual for the Etchells... This was not as a result the final day's racing. Even though, and as usual for the Etchells, it was actually a sailing master class. No, today was memorable for the way the youth sailors turned it on. by John Curnow Posted 17 Feb 04:45 PST RC44 circuit will kick off in Porto Montenegro RC44 circuit will kick off in Porto Montenegro This prestigious tour of one-design boats brings together sailing and business This prestigious tour of one-design boats, taking place during the second week of April, brings together sailing and business, allowing amateur helmsmen to compete with the world's top sailors in some of the world's most beautiful locations. by Porto Montenegro press Posted 17 Feb 03:23 PST Sail GP - Sydney Highlights Sail GP - Sydney Highlights Nathan Outteridge and Team Japan had been touted to top the podium. By the end of Day 1 Team Japan had shown every reason why they were favourites, looking much the most controlled in their manoeuvres and heading the race leaderboard by one point from a late-charging Team Australia. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 17 Feb 03:08 PST Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in St. Petersburg day 2 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in St. Petersburg day 2 Most classes sailed four races today in stronger winds Racing got started on time this morning in beautiful conditions for the second day of racing in the Helly Hansen National Offshore One Design (NOOD) Regatta St. Petersburg, held out of the St. Petersburg YC. by Jennifer Mitchell Posted 17 Feb 01:33 PST 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall A wonderful final day of action-packed racing on Sydney Harbour The Asko Appliances team of James Dorron, Harry Bethwaite and Trent Barnabas became the 2018-2019 Australian 18ft Skiff champions after a wonderful day of action-packed racing on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 17 Feb 01:28 PST Big Symonite OK Worlds fleet in NZ bodes well Big Symonite OK Worlds fleet in NZ bodes well The renaissance in the OK Dinghy looks to be assured after the Symonite OK Worlds in Auckland Three times Olympian, and now a top sailing coach, Dan Slater stepped into the OK Dinghy for the 2019 Symonite World Championships, and never dropped out of the top two places overall during the five-day regatta. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 17 Feb 00:54 PST 12,000 miles lined up in 2019 celebrating 15 years 12,000 miles lined up in 2019 celebrating 15 years Class 40 Association celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2019 Founded in 2004, the Class40 Association celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2019; on the agenda to celebrate this anniversary, more than 12,000 miles of races. by Class40 Posted 16 Feb 08:20 PST Beijaflore wins EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour Beijaflore wins EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour The French team produced a remarkably consistent performance Beijaflore have been crowned champions of EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour, repeating their success of last year to take back-to-back victories in the Middle East's premier yacht racing event. by Oman Sail Posted 16 Feb 08:17 PST Sydney SailGP provides valuable lessons Sydney SailGP provides valuable lessons Young American team battled hard against the best sailors In SailGP's inaugural event, the talented young American team battled hard against the best sailors in the world as they raced in Sydney Harbor, and is bringing home valuable learnings to prepare for their American debut. by Laura Muma Posted 16 Feb 07:42 PST Australia wins inaugural SailGP in Sydney Australia wins inaugural SailGP in Sydney Thousands of spectators turn out to watch the green and gold take victory on home waters The first ever SailGP was witnessed by more than 20,000 people who took to the water on the spectacular Sydney Harbour, providing the perfect amphitheater for the season kick off. by SailGP Communications Posted 16 Feb 07:35 PST North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief OK Dinghy World Champ, See you there, J/24 Class Leader, Headstay Sag Dan Slater has won the 2019 OK Dinghy Worlds in Auckland, NZL hosted by Wakatere Boating Club. by North Sails Posted 16 Feb 04:00 PST NSW Etchells - Three races surprises all NSW Etchells - Three races surprises all The second day of racing in the 2019 Garmin NSW Etchells did not live up to expectations at all. The second day of racing in the 2019 Garmin International Etchells Class NSW State Championship did not live up to expectations at all. by John Curnow Posted 16 Feb 03:33 PST Australia triumph on home waters Australia triumph on home waters In historic win at inaugural Sydney SailGP Australia's SailGP team, led by skipper Tom Slingsby, have triumphed at the inaugural Sydney SailGP, defeating favourites Japan in the final match race on Sydney Harbour. by Olivia Hogan Posted 16 Feb 03:02 PST Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in St. Petersburg day 1 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in St. Petersburg day 1 Off to a light start The first day of racing for the Helly Hansen National Offshore One Design (NOOD) Regatta St. Petersburg had a late start due to a postponement for light winds in the morning. Racing was under way by 1:30, allowing three races on most circles. by Jennifer Mitchell Posted 16 Feb 01:00 PST Il Duce does SailGP Il Duce does SailGP Andrea Francolini) was out for Day Two of the inaugural SailGP. Here is his gallery of images. Il Duce (master photographer Andrea Francolini) was out on Sydney Harbour for Day Two of the inaugural SailGP. Here is his gallery of images. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 16 Feb 00:43 PST Waist deep in the promised land Waist deep in the promised land Imagine your favorite pillow. White and fluffy and as soft as a baby lamb's coat. Imagine your favorite pillow. White and fluffy and as soft as a baby lamb's coat. Rolling contours envelope the surface creating a personal palace for your head to sink into. by Steve Bodner Posted 16 Feb 00:36 PST Great Britain SailGP Team at Sydney SailGP day 2 Great Britain SailGP Team at Sydney SailGP day 2 Third overall for the Brits shows exciting potential of the team So day two and the climax of the Sydney SailGP event – who will take the prize? The breeze was looking better than Friday and from a more stable direction, so anticipation was in the air as the British team carried out their pre-race checks. by Leslie Ryan Posted 16 Feb 00:30 PST Crosbie Lorimer SailGP images Crosbie Lorimer SailGP images Crosbie Lorimer images from Day One of the inaugural SailGP on Sydney Harbour Crosbie Lorimer images from Day One of the inaugural SailGP on Sydney Harbour. by John Curnow Posted 15 Feb 16:35 PST Sail GP - Jason Waterhouse Talks Flight Control Sail GP - Jason Waterhouse Talks Flight Control Jason Waterhouse from Team AUS insights into the complex challenges of flight control on an F50 Jason Waterhouse, Olympic Nacra 17 sailor and 2019 Gold Medal winner of the World Cup in Miami gives some insights into the complex challenges of flight control on an F50. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 15 Feb 15:32 PST First SailGP event sets Sydney alight First SailGP event sets Sydney alight Sydney Harbour provided a spectacular backdrop for the historic global launch of SailGP. Sydney Harbour provided a spectacular backdrop for the historic global launch of SailGP. In front of thousands of spectators, pre-favourite Japan SailGP Team capitalized on slick crew work nd prior big foiling catamaran experience by SailGP Communications Posted 15 Feb 15:25 PST RS21 charter available for Charleston Race Week RS21 charter available for Charleston Race Week RS on a mission to get more people sailing The RS21 is the newest model from RS Sailing, the world's largest small sailboat manufacturer with a mission to get more people sailing. by Vikki Payne, RS Sailing Posted 15 Feb 12:38 PST Sean joins American Magic shore crew Sean joins American Magic shore crew Second Oakcliff grad called up to the big leagues Sean O'Halloran, a graduate and staff member of Oakcliff Sailing, has been selected to join New York Yacht Club's American Magic, Challenger for the 36th America's Cup, as a member of the shore crew. by Oakcliff Sailing Posted 15 Feb 11:29 PST EFG Sailing Arabia - The Tour: Beijaflore on the b EFG Sailing Arabia - The Tour: Beijaflore on the b Beijaflore are on the brink of back-to-back titles The French defending champions have one hand firmly on the trophy having put on a masterclass of light wind racing in Salalah on the penultimate day of the two-week event, which also saw them add a further win in one of the two Stadium races held. by Oman Sail Posted 15 Feb 10:58 PST Kojiro Shiraishi wants to finish the job in 2020 Kojiro Shiraishi wants to finish the job in 2020 One of the stand-out figures in the 2016 Vendée Globe The Japanese sailor would like to finish the job and will be trying his luck again in 2020 with a brand new boat, DMG Mori, a VPLP designed boat, which is due to leave the Multiplast yard in September. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 15 Feb 06:16 PST Garmin Etchells NSW State Championship day 1 Garmin Etchells NSW State Championship day 1 Interesting breeze delivers four separate winners The first day of racing in the 2019 Garmin International Etchells Class NSW State Championship was a very even affair. by John Curnow Posted 15 Feb 03:47 PST Great Britain SailGP Team at Sydney SailGP day 1 Great Britain SailGP Team at Sydney SailGP day 1 Ending their first day of racing in third position You could feel the tension in the air this morning as the boats started craning in and the morning activities got underway for Great Britain SailGP – regatta briefings, official weigh ins, full team meetings and sailing team preparations. by Leslie Ryan Posted 15 Feb 03:17 PST Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds in Auckland overall Symonite OK Dinghy Worlds in Auckland overall Dan Slater secures the World OK Dinghy title for New Zealand Dan Slater has won the 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship at Wakatere Boating Club after a challenging final day of racing with at first light winds, then breezy conditions, but always difficult and shifty. by Robert Deaves Posted 15 Feb 03:03 PST Sydney SailGP day 1 Sydney SailGP day 1 Japan lead Australia by one point on thrilling first day of racing Australia overcame a disappointing start to finish day one of the inaugural Sydney SailGP on 27 points, just one point behind leaders Japan, in a thrilling day of racing on Sydney Harbour. by Michelle Fowler Posted 15 Feb 02:50 PST 2019 Youth Match Racing Worlds NoR published 2019 Youth Match Racing Worlds NoR published To be held in Ekaterinburg, Russia from 12-17 August The Notice of Race for the 2019 Youth Match Racing World Championship which will be held in Ekaterinburg, Russia from 12-17 August 2019 has been published. by World Sailing Posted 15 Feb 02:30 PST Foiling with Il Duce Foiling with Il Duce Il Duce (master photographer Andrea Francolini) went out to watch the inaugural SailGP l Duce (master photographer Andrea Francolini) went out to watch the inaugural SailGP on Sydney Harbour and turned in the gallery of images. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 15 Feb 01:33 PST New team challenges for Australian Championship New team challenges for Australian Championship 18ft Skiff Australian Championship finals on Sunday One of the highlights of the Australian 18 Footers League's 2018-2019 Season has been the emergence of a young The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone team as a leading contender for the top honours in the major championships on Sydney Harbour. by Frank Quealey Posted 14 Feb 22:25 PST
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