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International WASZP_X Games - WASZP Pre Games International WASZP_X Games - WASZP Pre Games Proud to announce the inclusion of the WASZP_X to the WASZP event circuit The ultimate junior foiler will bring an opportunity for 11-14 year olds to attend their first International Foiling Competition over the 9-10th of July in the stand-alone WASZP_X class. by WASZP_X Class Posted 28 Jan 07:37 PST What is the CYOA? What is the CYOA? Dedicated to owning, maintaining, and racing these beloved classic sailing vessels The Classic Yacht Owner's Association (CYOA) is now entering our sixth year as a membership-driven organization to establish a classic yachting community. by Classic Yacht Owners Association Posted 28 Jan 07:22 PST RORC Transatlantic Race 2022 Blockbuster RORC Transatlantic Race 2022 Blockbuster The eighth edition of the 3,000nm race attracted a record entry of 30 boats The 2022 RORC Transatlantic Race was organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club in association with the International Maxi Association (IMA) and the Yacht Club de France. by Louay Habib Posted 28 Jan 04:37 PST 2021 Flying Fifteen South African Nationals 2021 Flying Fifteen South African Nationals Delayed event held at Henley Midmar Yacht Club After several frustrations due to delays brought on largely by Covid, the delayed 2021 SAFFA Nationals were incorporated into the SAS KZN Grand Slam held at Henley Midmar Yacht Club over the weekend of 22 and 23 January 2022. by Myles White Posted 28 Jan 03:50 PST Take the helm and sail to glory in MarineVerse Cup Take the helm and sail to glory in MarineVerse Cup A VR Sailing game coming early spring Experience the thrill of sailing no matter where you are with no prior sailing experience required! MarineVerse Cup is a VR sailing game that features solo, co-op or multiplayer racing allowing you to compete against friends and other players by MarineVerse Posted 27 Jan 23:11 PST The 69F makes U.S. debut at Bacardi Winter Series The 69F makes U.S. debut at Bacardi Winter Series The event will have six foiling boats racing at high speeds The Persico 69F is the only 6.9m One-Design foiling monohull in the world that can fly over the water at double the wind speed, making it one of the fastest sailing boats in the world. by 69F Sailing Posted 27 Jan 22:14 PST iQFOiL International Games Act 1 Lanzarote day 3 iQFOiL International Games Act 1 Lanzarote day 3 Close and high-speed racing on day three Day three of the IQFOiL International Games started off with ideal conditions. The 70 male athletes got two-course races in. In which it once again became clear why the IQFOil class was chosen. by iQFOiL International Games Posted 27 Jan 10:52 PST SailGP announce Season 2 Grand Final Title Partner SailGP announce Season 2 Grand Final Title Partner 'Mubadala United States Sail Grand Prix' to take place at San Francisco in March SailGP announced a new partnership with Mubadala Investment Company as Title Partner of the Season 2 Grand Final. The Mubadala U.S. Sail Grand Prix is the culmination of the world's most exciting racing on-water and will take place in San Francisco. by SailGP USA Posted 27 Jan 08:02 PST All to play for at Bacardi Winter Series Event 2 All to play for at Bacardi Winter Series Event 2 Three days of racing for over fifty teams entered Hosted at Shake-A-Leg-Miami (SALM), three days of racing will pitch the provisional entry list of over fifty teams against each other and the ever challenging race track of Biscayne Bay. by Bacardi Cup Invitational Regatta Posted 27 Jan 07:48 PST 11th Hour Racing builds up to The Ocean Race 11th Hour Racing builds up to The Ocean Race US-based offshore sailing outfit to complete two transatlantic crossings in 2022 US-based offshore sailing outfit 11th Hour Racing Team has unveiled its 2022 plans as it builds up to the pinnacle of crewed offshore ocean racing - The Ocean Race 2022-23. by 11th Hour Racing Team Posted 27 Jan 07:37 PST Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week returns Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week returns At last, the Caribbean Regatta season has returned after a long hiatus At last, the Caribbean Regatta season has returned after a long hiatus with Island Water World Grenada Sailing Week, the Petite Calivigny Yacht Club edition. by Louay Habib Posted 27 Jan 03:38 PST Letter from the Antipodes: AC40 - first look Letter from the Antipodes: AC40 - first look First shots and video have come through of the AC40 to be used by the Youth, Women and two of the th First shots and video have come through of the AC40 to be used by the Youth, Women and two of the three Preliminary regattas in the upcoming America's Cup. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 27 Jan 02:29 PST 18ft Skiffs: Sunday's NSW Championship decider 18ft Skiffs: Sunday's NSW Championship decider The final race of the series comes next Sunday (30th January) Despite a lack of traditional North East winds throughout the 2021-22 NSW 18ft Skiff Championship, the racing has been fast, exciting and has produced some great finishes with four different teams crossing the finish line first in the seven races so far. by Frank Quealey Posted 26 Jan 22:13 PST FlyingOffshore - Gitana Team launches its series FlyingOffshore - Gitana Team launches its series The five episodes that make up the first opus are now available to watch Almost a year ago, the crew of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild had to turn back at the gateway to the Deep South, the damage to one of the 32m giant's float rudders effectively putting any Jules Verne Trophy dreams on hold. by Gitana Team Posted 26 Jan 22:07 PST Golden Globe Entrants sail halfway around world Golden Globe Entrants sail halfway around world South African Kirsten Neuschäfer, the only woman in the Golden Globe, halfway through 14,000nm sail South African Kirsten Neuschäfer, the only woman in the Golden Globe, recently completed her GGR refit in Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and is about to arrive in Cape Town after an 8,000-mile sail , before heading 6,600 miles back to France. by Golden Global Race Posted 26 Jan 16:06 PST iQFOiL International Games Act 1 Lanzarote day 2 iQFOiL International Games Act 1 Lanzarote day 2 Giving the competitors a break after the battle experienced during the first day Although Lanzarote has given the competitors a break after the battle experienced during the first day of the world circuit, the competitors have taken the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent conditions of the always-sunny Canary Island. by iQFOiL International Games Posted 26 Jan 15:54 PST A Q&A with PNW-based photographer Jan Anderson A Q&A with PNW-based photographer Jan Anderson David Schmidt checks in with the Pacific Northwest-based sailing photographer I checked in with Captain Jan Anderson, who is one of the Pacific Northwest's best sailing photographers, to learn more about how she practices her craft. by David Schmidt Posted 26 Jan 08:00 PST Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 starts to take shape Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 starts to take shape Numerous prospective entries from both newcomers and SYC regulars have been received Just a few weeks into the new year and plans for the highlight of the Mediterranean superyacht season - Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 - are already well advanced. by Daphne Morgan Barnicoat Posted 26 Jan 07:57 PST The Atlantic Cup returns to Newport The Atlantic Cup returns to Newport Opening Leg 2 to PHRF double-handed boats between 30 and 45 feet The seventh edition of the Atlantic Cup returns with two new features. Leg 1 will go from Charleston, S.C. to Newport, R.I. increasing the first leg of the race by 80nm. by Julianna Barbieri Posted 26 Jan 07:22 PST America's Cup: New York YC's Challenge accepted America's Cup: New York YC's Challenge accepted The Royal NZ Yacht Squadron has formally accepted the Challenge of New York YC for AC37 The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron formally accepted the New York Yacht Club American Magic's challenge for the 37th America's Cup to be held in 2024 – the third additional challenge accepted for AC37. by New York YC Media Posted 26 Jan 05:38 PST Winners are grinners in Grenada Winners are grinners in Grenada The final RORC Transatlantic Race class and trophy winners decided The final class and trophy winners were decided on the 18th day of the RORC Transatlantic Race. Richard Palmer's JPK 1010 Jangada (GBR) has won IRC Two-Handed, racing with Jeremy Waitt. by Louay Habib Posted 26 Jan 05:08 PST The Moorings sponsors 2022 St. Thomas Regatta The Moorings sponsors 2022 St. Thomas Regatta Continuing its decade-long sponsorship of the event This dedicated patronage comes on the heels of the Clearwater, FL-headquartered company's greater investment in the territory by opening a charter base at IGY's Yacht Haven Grande St Thomas nearly a year ago. by Carol Bareuther Posted 26 Jan 04:38 PST The M32 Pendulum Swings to Europe The M32 Pendulum Swings to Europe For the 2022 World Championship in Portugal After the focus on the American fleet for the Miami Worlds in 2021 the pendulum swings back to Europe for the 2022 World Championship in Portugal. by M32 Class Posted 25 Jan 23:36 PST Rug up in style Rug up in style With the new Vaikobi Down Jacket, Vest and Fleece Hoodie With a new style for 2022, the Vaikobi Down Jacket has been designed to provide outstanding warmth and insulation. by Vaikobi Posted 25 Jan 22:53 PST America's Cup: AC40's go into production in China America's Cup: AC40's go into production in China Images and video of the CNC milling machine at McConaghy Boats creating the AC40 hull plug America's Cup one design Youth Womens and Test boat - the AC40 - is in production at McConaghy Boats in China. Images and video of the CNC milling machine have been released showing the male mould being carved before production. by America's Cup Media Posted 25 Jan 17:59 PST iQFOiL International Games Act 1 Lanzarote day 1 iQFOiL International Games Act 1 Lanzarote day 1 ver a hundred iQFOiL athletes enjoyed some marvellous conditions Over a hundred iQFOiL athletes enjoyed some marvellous conditions in Lanzarote today at the start of the International Games Act 1. With 9 till 20 knots from the shore, a clear blue sky, and sun the race committee managed to race five races. by Bart Salemans Posted 25 Jan 12:13 PST Last call for 2022 NAASA Scholarship Applications Last call for 2022 NAASA Scholarship Applications F18 League Boat Applications due by January 31st With a number of applications already submitted, the Narragansett Bay Adult Athletic Sailing Association (NAASA) wants to remind sailors that the week is the last chance to apply for a scholarship boat for its 2022 season. by NAASA Posted 25 Jan 10:08 PST Comanche back at Les Voiles de St. Barth Comanche back at Les Voiles de St. Barth The Super Maxi will make a big splash when returning The Super Maxi, Comanche, will make a big splash when returning to St Barth in April 2022. Designed by Guillaume Verdier and VPLP Design, this 100' Maxi with a beam of 8 meters is one of the largest single-hull racing sailboats in the world. by Les Voiles de St Barth Richard Mille Posted 25 Jan 08:23 PST Karen Stiell on the 2022 Grenada Sailing Week Karen Stiell on the 2022 Grenada Sailing Week David Schmidt checks in with the regatta manager I checked in with Karen Stiell, regatta manager of the 2022 Grenada Sailing Week, to learn more about this exciting warm-water regatta. by David Schmidt Posted 25 Jan 08:00 PST 2022 IKA Snow Kite World Cup Ukraine 2022 IKA Snow Kite World Cup Ukraine Four days of competition were blessed with clear skies and good wind After a break of two years due to Covid, Kharkiv hosted the first stop of the 2022 IKA SnowKite WorldCup. Although the ongoing pandemic still has a significant effect on international travel, the event went on with Ukrainian riders dominating the event. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 25 Jan 07:47 PST High Five for Comanche in RORC Transatlantic Race High Five for Comanche in RORC Transatlantic Race The 100ft Maxi has achieved the quintuple The 30.48m (100ft) VPLP Design/Verdier Maxi Comanche (CAY), skippered by Mitch Booth has achieved the quintuple for the 2022 RORC Transatlantic Race. by Trish Jenkins Posted 25 Jan 05:43 PST Henri-Lloyd support Sea Shepherd Ghostnet Campaign Henri-Lloyd support Sea Shepherd Ghostnet Campaign By turning Black Friday 'Blue' Whilst many retailers were dropping their prices during Black Friday 2021, Henri-Lloyd did the complete opposite and turned Black Friday 'Blue'. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 25 Jan 00:45 PST SailGP's Inspire Program leaves a lasting legacy SailGP's Inspire Program leaves a lasting legacy Australia SailGP Team donate items to support relief efforts for Narrabeen Lakes SC The Australia Sail Grand Prix presented by KPMG ended in epic fashion, but not without the added generosity of SailGP's Inspire program and some of its valued partners. by Australia SailGP Team Posted 24 Jan 23:18 PST Harken NZ Match Racing goes down to the wire Harken NZ Match Racing goes down to the wire Three days of world-class match racing came down to a matter of seconds on finals day Three days of world-class match racing came down to a matter of seconds on finals day at the 2021 Harken New Zealand Match Racing Championships, with 2019 Champions Nick Egnot-Johnson and his KNOTS Racing of Sam Barnett, Zak Merton and Tim Snedden winnin by William Woodworth/RNZYS Media Posted 24 Jan 21:34 PST 2022 Governor's Cup at Balboa Yacht Club 2022 Governor's Cup at Balboa Yacht Club World's top match race skippers under 23 invited to apply Balboa Yacht Club has posted all the information necessary for requesting an invitation ("RFI") for the 55th Governor's Cup International Youth Match Racing Championship, July 25-30, 2022, on the event website by Susan Kenney Posted 24 Jan 20:51 PST ILCA Nationals: Disbelief for new Women's champion ILCA Nationals: Disbelief for new Women's champion Greta Pilkington only had a sense she was in the running to take out the Womens title Greta Pilkington had a sense she was in the running to take out the title going into the last day of the ILCA (Laser) national championships in Picton but didn't really know. by Michael Brown/Yachting NZ Posted 24 Jan 15:42 PST Not your average Iron Ladies Not your average Iron Ladies m t u - Nothing quite says the epitome of high-end engineering in the same way m t u - Now anytime you say or read those three letters, one just about adds in the Friedrichshafen out loud. Nothing quite says the epitome of high-end engineering in the same way. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World Posted 24 Jan 14:00 PST SailGP: Racing on the Edge // Life Lessons SailGP: Racing on the Edge // Life Lessons Sir Ben Ainslie knows a thing or two about lessons that can be applied to life as well as sport As the most decorated sailor in Olympic history, Sir Ben Ainslie knows a thing or two about lessons that can be applied to life as well as sport. by SailGP Posted 24 Jan 10:00 PST A really good news story for sailing A really good news story for sailing Demonstrating how sailing can benefit in the long-term from the boating boom For sailing to benefit in the long-term from the boating boom of the past couple of years, then inclusivity, accessibility and a welcoming environment are three of the key pillars to realising increased participation. by Mark Jardine Posted 24 Jan 09:30 PST Entries open for the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup 2022 Entries open for the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup 2022 The event reaches its 32nd edition at Yacht Club Costa Smeralda Entries have officially opened today for the Maxi yacht Rolex Cup, an event organised with the support of longstanding partner Rolex and in collaboration with the International Maxi Association. by Yacht Club Costa Smeralda Posted 24 Jan 07:21 PST
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