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America's Cup Rialto: Nov 26 - Social distancing America's Cup Rialto: Nov 26 - Social distancing Two of the America's Cup teams ventured out onto the Hauraki Gulf today, in fresh winds and rain Two of the America's Cup team ventured out onto the Hauraki Gulf today, in the aftermath of yesterday's gale and heavy rain. With both sailing on Course E in the Tamaki Strait. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 25 Nov 23:47 PST Vendée Globe Day 19: Southern Ocean on the menu Vendée Globe Day 19: Southern Ocean on the menu The not too distant Roar of the Forties At the same time as Alex Thomson euphorically announced this morning that 'the BOSS is Back', his French rival, second placed Thomas Ruyant and his team are deciding what to do about the damaged port foil on his LinkedOut. by Vendée Globe Posted 26 Nov 09:30 PST RS:X Europeans at Vilamoura, Portugal day 2 RS:X Europeans at Vilamoura, Portugal day 2 A tough day on the water! Day two of the RS:X Europeans, being held in Vilamoura Portugal, was always going to be a tough day for the 43 men and 31 women competing for the European titles. by RS:X Class Posted 26 Nov 09:20 PST 2022 ORC/IRC Worlds to be in Porto Cervo 2022 ORC/IRC Worlds to be in Porto Cervo The choice of YCCS has been accepted and approved The Offshore Racing Congress (ORC), the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) and the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) are pleased to announce the next biennial ORC/IRC World Championship will be held in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy. by RORC Posted 26 Nov 09:03 PST Horrendous sea state in Bay of Biscay Horrendous sea state in Bay of Biscay 11th Hour Racing Team crew experienced some extreme offshore conditions The 11th Hour Racing Team crew experienced some extreme offshore conditions earlier this month on our training run from Newport, Rhode Island to Concarneau, France. by 11th Hour Racing Team Posted 26 Nov 02:41 PST Vendée Globe: Leader's patience tried & tested Vendée Globe: Leader's patience tried & tested Life is not getting any easier for Charlie Dalin, Sam Davies profits from her southbound initiative Life is not getting any easier for Charlie Dalin, the Vendée Globe leader, as he is still struggling in light breezes as he tries to wriggle free from the sticky clutches of the Saint Helena high pressure which now spans most of the South Atlantic. by Vendée Globe Posted 26 Nov 00:44 PST WASZP 1000 sneak peak WASZP 1000 sneak peak Your chance to win the amazing limited edition GOLD WASZP! We are now at the half-way mark of our historic WASZP #1000 competition and we can assure you there are some fantastic slogan entries rolling in. So they should be with the chance to win the amazing limited edition GOLD WASZP 1000. by Marc Ablett Posted 25 Nov 22:45 PST RS:X Europeans at Vilamoura, Portugal day 1 RS:X Europeans at Vilamoura, Portugal day 1 43 men and 31 women competing with a single Tokyo 2020 slot up for grabs The RS:X European Championships started in Vilamoura, Portugal, with a light wind fizzle for the 43 men and 31 women competing for the European titles as well as for a single European spot at the Tokyo Olympic Games. by RS:X Class Posted 25 Nov 22:27 PST Family time Family time Definitely the message of 2020. Boats are a fave item in the brave new world... Well it definitely is the message of 2020. No matter whether you're talking new or used, boats certainly have been a fave item in the brave new world. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat-World.com Posted 25 Nov 14:00 PST Vendée Globe Day 18: First sniff of the big South Vendée Globe Day 18: First sniff of the big South Dalin settled in the lead as LinkedOut damages port foil As race leader Charlie Dalin starts to finally feel like he is on the threshold of the big south, where he will race for the first time in his life, his closest rival Thomas Ruyant reported damage to the port foil of his IMOCA LinkedOut. by Vendée Globe Posted 25 Nov 10:43 PST Flying Fifteen websites ransom hacked Flying Fifteen websites ransom hacked As if we need any more bad news! Flying Fifteen International (FFI) regret to advise that the Flying Fifteen International and UK Flying Fifteen Class Association websites have been ransom hacked along with numerous other websites in a cyber attack that hit data centres. by Flying Fifteen International Posted 25 Nov 06:44 PST Thomas Ruyant's LinkedOut damages port foil Thomas Ruyant's LinkedOut damages port foil Skipper woken by a loud noise outside the boat at 0200hrs UTC While lying in second place in the South Atlantic, some 72 nautical miles behind leader Charlie Dalin (Apivia), Thomas Ruyant last night sustained damage to the port foil of his IMOCA LinkedOut. by Vendée Globe Posted 25 Nov 03:05 PST ETNZ on podium for America's Cup tech developments ETNZ on podium for America's Cup tech developments ETNZ's simulator "pedigree" and use earns third place on Top 50 in Global Power List In the 2020 Sports Technology Annual Review and Industry Power List published this month, Emirates Team New Zealand has been ranked at #3 on the Global Power List by the STA Group and the English Institute of Sport. by Emirates Team NZ Posted 25 Nov 02:57 PST 2021 RORC Caribbean 600 update 2021 RORC Caribbean 600 update The 13th edition is scheduled to start on 22nd February The 13th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 is scheduled to start off Fort Charlotte, Antigua on Monday 22nd February 2021. by Trish Jenkins Posted 25 Nov 02:00 PST Vendée Globe Day 18 morning update Vendée Globe Day 18 morning update South Atlantic Dilemmas The Saint Helena high pressure system that dominates the South Atlantic is cut by a cold front which is now splitting the top half of the Vendée Globe fleet. by Vendée Globe Posted 25 Nov 01:00 PST The 18 Footer Spectator Ferry The 18 Footer Spectator Ferry A key part of Mark Foy's plan to popularise sailing as a sport on Sydney Harbour When Mark Foy formulated his plan to popularise sailing as a sport on Sydney Harbour in 1892 a critical component of his plan was a spectator ferry, which would become a floating grandstand to give patrons a close up view of the action-packed racing. by Frank Quealey Posted 24 Nov 22:28 PST 2020 RSHYR offers something for everyone 2020 RSHYR offers something for everyone 76th running of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race will be different this year The 76th running of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race will be different this year with COVID-19 restrictions in place around the world by Di Pearson, RSHYR media Posted 24 Nov 22:03 PST Alex Thomson will sail the only way he knows Alex Thomson will sail the only way he knows Dee Caffari believes Alex will go full bore and find out quickly if the repairs will hold Dee Caffari the British sailor who took part in the 2008-09 Vendée Globe, finishing sixth, believes Alex Thomson will sail the only way he knows – full-on – in his newly-repaired HUGO BOSS by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 24 Nov 21:50 PST Maxi Edmond de Rothschild sets off Maxi Edmond de Rothschild sets off Jules Verne Trophy record attempt underway Leaving Lorient shortly after 21:30 hours local time on Tuesday 24 November, the men of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild launched onto an express delivery trip up to Ushant and the start line for their first Jules Verne Trophy attempt. by Gitana Team Posted 24 Nov 21:34 PST 170 years of the America's Cup by Virtual Eye 170 years of the America's Cup by Virtual Eye The Cup from 1851to 2021 by Virtual Eye who first introduced real-time graphics to sport in 1992 Many media formats have been used to try and explain the leaps between the start of the America's Cup in 1851 through to the present - in the sailing class and technology of the day. None bridge the gap as well as this piece from Animation Research Ltd by ARL/Virtual Eye Posted 24 Nov 19:31 PST America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ race boat build America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ race boat build Emirates Team New Zealand have released a rare video showing the construction of their V2 AC75 Emirates Team New Zealand have released a rare video showing the construction of their second generation AC75, built in the team's dedicated construction facility on Auckland's North Shore. by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 24 Nov 17:15 PST America's Cup: A unique insight into ETNZ America's Cup: A unique insight into ETNZ TVNZ embedded an investigative reporter into Emirates Team NZ for six weeks - 15 minute insight. Prime time Television New Zealand magazine show, Sunday, embedded a reporter into Emirates Team New Zealand for six weeks. The America's Cup champions gave her complete access to the team. by Rebecca Wright- Sunday/TVNZ Posted 24 Nov 13:13 PST Vendée Globe Day 17: It's not usually like this Vendée Globe Day 17: It's not usually like this Dalin fighting for metres, Davies, Burton break South Charlie Dalin, Vendée Globe leader since yesterday morning, confirmed that he is in full 'inshore mode, fighting for every metre I can gain,' as he tries to break through to the southern ocean low pressure train. by Vendée Globe Posted 24 Nov 10:20 PST Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image of the Century Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image of the Century French photographer Gilles Martin-Raget announced as the winner The international jury decided to honour the French photographer Gilles Martin-Raget and his image of the Orma 60 Fujifilm II trimaran, taken during the Course des Phares 2002. by Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Posted 24 Nov 10:09 PST Cup news, Vendee Globe update, US Sailing staff Cup news, Vendee Globe update, US Sailing staff Latest newsletter from Sail-World's David Schmidt in the USA Daylight and warm temperatures might be in short supply these days in most of North America, and rainfall might be abundant here in the Pacific Northwest, but that sure doesn't mean that the international sailing news cycle is in hibernation. by David Schmidt Posted 24 Nov 08:00 PST J/109 wins Miami to Nassau Cup Race J/109 wins Miami to Nassau Cup Race 'Harm's Way' sailed by Andy Westcoast won the ORC 3 class The 79th edition of the Nassau Cup Ocean Race, a 180 nm course from Miami to Nassau, leaving Great Isaac and Great Stirrup to starboard, is no longer possible due to current protocols in the Bahamas. by J/Boats Posted 24 Nov 05:49 PST America's Cup Rialto: Nov 24 - Riding on the gale America's Cup Rialto: Nov 24 - Riding on the gale Two teams ventured out today in the face of a rising easterly gale and constant rain. Two teams ventured out today in the face of a forecast of a strengthening breeze, expected to develop into a regulation easterly gale, along with rain. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 24 Nov 05:16 PST Maxi Edmond de Rothschild postpones departure Maxi Edmond de Rothschild postpones departure Jules Vern team remains on code yellow as another opportunity might well present itself on Thursday Record hunting is not a bed of roses, but the many variables, which have inevitably been part and parcel of life for the Gitana Team and her crew since the start of standby, were known about by one and all before they decided to take on the JVT. by Gitana Team Posted 24 Nov 05:13 PST ORC World Championship 2021 open for entries ORC World Championship 2021 open for entries In the UNESCO World Heritage city of Tallinn, Estonia Organizers from Kalev Yacht Club and the Offshore Racing Congress (ORC) are pleased to announce the opening of entries to the ORC World Championship 2021 to be held over 6-14 August 2021 in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Tallinn, Estonia. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 24 Nov 03:13 PST Vendée Globe Day 17 morning update Vendée Globe Day 17 morning update Bang, bang, chop, chop, busy, busy, Thomson on the nightshift as Dalin extends lead Overnight only race leader Charlie Dalin (Apivia) is the only skipper among the top 10 to have managed to hold speeds in double figures as the leaders of the Vendée Globe continue their slow but steady progress south. by Vendée Globe Posted 24 Nov 01:02 PST Code Yellow for Maxi Edmond de Rothschild crew Code Yellow for Maxi Edmond de Rothschild crew A possible Jules Verne Trophy departure in 24 hours After a long weather briefing carried out remotely with the router Marcel van Triest, the entire crew of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild gathered alongside Cyril Dardashti, director of the five-arrow team, has taken the decision to switch to code yellow. by Gitana Team Posted 23 Nov 22:03 PST Alex Thomson 'sailing once again' aboard HUGO BOSS Alex Thomson 'sailing once again' aboard HUGO BOSS Just 48 hours after he unearthed structural damage to his boat Just 48 hours after he unearthed structural damage to his HUGO BOSS boat - on day 13 of the Vendée Globe round-the-world yacht race - British sailor Alex Thomson has confirmed that he is sailing once again. by Curtis Nice Posted 23 Nov 12:58 PST Mirabaud Sailing Video of Century winner declared Mirabaud Sailing Video of Century winner declared The six members of the Jury voted according to three criteria The 2020 edition of the Mirabaud Sailing Video Award has been adapted to reward the best videos filmed since 2000. Martin Keruzoré (Air Vide et Eau Productions) wins the main prize with his video Vues du Large, selected by the international jury. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 23 Nov 12:25 PST Vendée Globe Day 16: Charlie Dalin takes the lead Vendée Globe Day 16: Charlie Dalin takes the lead Thomson explains repairs but stays positive On a sequence of gybes stepping downwind underneath the Saint Helena high pressure system in the South Atlantic, Charlie Dalin (Apivia) became the new leader of the Vendée Globe this morning. by Vendée Globe Posted 23 Nov 09:52 PST Natasha Lambert sets off for the Atlantic Natasha Lambert sets off for the Atlantic Natasha is crossing the Atlantic to raise funds for 3 very deserving charities Islander Natasha Lambert BEM, multi award-winning disabled sailor and adventurer from Cowes, Isle of Wight set off from Gran Canaria yesterday (Sunday 22nd November) at approximately 13:00hrs for her latest challenge, the Atlantic... by Kai Davis, Lentil Marketing Posted 23 Nov 07:04 PST Lifting rudder now an option on OK dinghy Lifting rudder now an option on OK dinghy Thanks to Sea Sure and Ovington Boats Sea Sure, the Warsash based manufacturer of dinghy transom products like pintles, gudgeons and rudder stocks, has collaborated with Ovington Boats to design and manufacture a lifting rudder to fit to an OK dinghy. by Zella Compton Posted 23 Nov 04:00 PST Bermuda & Italy to host first SailGP events Bermuda & Italy to host first SailGP events Updated schedule for the first half of the second season released today SailGP today announced an updated schedule for the first half of its second season, with the opening events now set for the island of Bermuda and the southern Italian city of Taranto. by SailGP Posted 23 Nov 03:20 PST America's Cup Rialto: Nov 23 - A new direction America's Cup Rialto: Nov 23 - A new direction Monday was a day in waiting. Waiting for a weather system to pass through bringing strong easterlies Monday was a day in waiting. Waiting for a weather system to pass through with strong easterlies predicted for the following day. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 23 Nov 01:20 PST Vendée Globe Day 16 morning update Vendée Globe Day 16 morning update Descending the Stairway to..... Heaven or Hell? Seven miles apart after two weeks of racing, leader Thomas Ruyant (LinkedOut) and second placed Charlie Dalin (Apivia) gybe in step with each other as they descend a corridor of modest breeze between the two evolving zones of lighter airs. by Vendée Globe Posted 23 Nov 01:01 PST Hugo Boss repairs update direct from Alex Thomson Hugo Boss repairs update direct from Alex Thomson His thoughts and progress on the damaged longitudinal frame Alex Thomson spoke to his team early this Sunday evening to give an update on his thoughts and progress as he seeks to repair a damaged longitudinal frame near the bow of HUGO BOSS. by Vendée Globe Posted 22 Nov 22:30 PST
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