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Emirates Team NZ posts drone video of splashdown Emirates Team NZ posts drone video of splashdown Emirates Team NZ has posted a video showing a drone view of a splashdown Emirates Team New Zealand has posted a video seemingly shot on Monday, of their training session in "The Paddock" off Eastern Beach, Auckland. In a first for any America's Cup team in this cycle the team have shown.... by Sail-World/Emirates Team NZ Posted 13 Dec 20:10 PST 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds day 2 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds day 2 Slingsby and Burton flex their muscle on final day of qualifying It was all to play for today at the 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds with positions very much up for grabs to make the cut for Gold fleet racing that kicks off after tomorrow's lay day. by Harry Fisher Posted 14 Dec 07:20 PST The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 27 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 27 Results are being verified and are soon be announced "The crew has been loving this intense sailing against time, looking at the weather forecast, our progression in the routing systems, trimming the sails every five minutes and keeping the sense of speed and competition high." Says Jeronimo Santos Gonzalez by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 14 Dec 07:18 PST Fun-lovin' J/22 Jammin' Jamaica Regatta Fun-lovin' J/22 Jammin' Jamaica Regatta Team Adjusted took first place When the final boat docked at the Montego Bay Yacht Club on Sunday, signaling the end of the 30th Annual Jamaica International Invitational (JAMIN) Regatta, it was Team Adjusted from the Cayman Islands that were declared the winners. by J-Boats Posted 14 Dec 07:03 PST 11th Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille preview 11th Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille preview On April 12-18, 2020, Saint Barthélemy will once again host the event On April 12-18, 2020, Saint Barthélemy will once again host the 11th edition of Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille, a Caribbean regatta favorite for its combination of exceptional sailing conditions, friendly vibe by Laura Muma Posted 14 Dec 04:55 PST 2019 San Diego Yacht Club Hot Rum Series 2019 San Diego Yacht Club Hot Rum Series The final race could not be sailed due to a lack of wind Sadly, the third and final race of the 2019 San Diego Yacht Club Hot Rum Series could not be sailed due to a substantial lack of wind... the expected sea breeze that often develops from the WNW never fully materialized to launch the fleet of 125+ boats by J-Boats Posted 13 Dec 22:38 PST 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds Day 1 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds Day 1 Stars shine on opening day in blistering heat The first day of the Moth Worlds saw absolutely scorching conditions in Perth with the mercury topping 40 degrees and a lot of waiting around for the sea breeze to finally come in. by Harry Fisher Posted 13 Dec 18:11 PST The Ocean Race takes gold for education The Ocean Race takes gold for education A learning programme wins at Reimagine Education Awards in London A learning programme developed by The Ocean Race has been named the "Gold Award Winner" in the sustainability category at the Reimagine Education Awards in London this week. by The Ocean Race Posted 13 Dec 14:56 PST Bacardi Invitational Winter Series preview Bacardi Invitational Winter Series preview Melges 24 and J/70 fleets consider this a 'must do' event After a successful debut, the second edition of the Bacardi Winter Series features two events in Miami for the Melges 24 and J/70 fleets with over forty teams set for the opening battle this weekend, 14-15 December 2019. by Sara Zanobini Posted 13 Dec 14:41 PST The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 26 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 26 High winds and high spirits Race 4: The Marlow Southern Ocean Sleigh Ride continues for the trio of teams who are eagerly anticipating being reunited with the rest of the fleet in Fremantle. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 13 Dec 12:02 PST Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2020 Schedule Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2020 Schedule The eighth edition of the ESS will have six events As it always happens at the end of the sailing seasons, the winter period represents the best time to give shape to the events that will become new chapters of the great book of sailing. by IM24CA Posted 13 Dec 07:44 PST Talent converges in Miami Talent converges in Miami US Sailing hosts "Best Olympic Development Program Camp Yet" Over Thanksgiving weekend, Miami became a mecca for talented American sailors, as US Sailing's Olympic Development Program (ODP) hosted its annual Racing Clinic at Miami Yacht Club. by US Sailing Team Posted 13 Dec 06:30 PST 2020 Semaine Olympique Française de Hyères preview 2020 Semaine Olympique Française de Hyères preview A last test in France before the great summer rendezvous in Japan From April 18th to 25th 2020, just three months away from Tokyo Olympic Games, Hyères will welcome once again the world's best Olympic sailors. by Fédération Française de Voile Posted 13 Dec 05:27 PST The Unsung Wise Man The Unsung Wise Man Reg Bratt's remarkable contribution to British dinghy sailing exposed Today, nearly half a century after he was so very much hands on in the dinghy world, Weymouth's Reginald 'Reg' Bratt has a mind as sharp as ever. We look at his remarkable engineering breakthroughs, surprising designs, and speed records. by David Henshall Posted 13 Dec 04:00 PST 18ft Skiff Supercup on Sydney Harbour 18ft Skiff Supercup on Sydney Harbour Eight former JJ Giltinan champions and other top 'guest' skippers race The Australian 18 Footers League conducted the second 'Supercup' on Sydney harbour this evening when they invited eight former JJ Giltinan (world) champions as well as several other top names from the world of 18ft Skiff Racing to become guest skippers. by Frank Quealey Posted 13 Dec 02:44 PST 2019 Finn Gold Cup opens in Melbourne 2019 Finn Gold Cup opens in Melbourne More than 60 Finn sailors from 22 nations have gathered in Melbourne The 2019 Finn Gold Cup was officially opened by John Bertrand AO at Friday evening's opening ceremony at the Royal Brighton Yacht Club in Melbourne, Australia. by Robert Deaves Posted 13 Dec 01:16 PST Part 2 of mini-series on MM597 superyacht build Part 2 of mini-series on MM597 superyacht build Second part of mini series on Malcolm McKeon MM597 super yacht build is released In the second installment, Paul MacDonald explains how Southern Spars is the only mast builder in the world that can provide a fully integrated package to projects such as the MM597 by using its proprietary software MemBrain. by Nicholas Simon Posted 13 Dec 01:13 PST The Top 10 Biggest Sailing Stories of 2019: Part 1 The Top 10 Biggest Sailing Stories of 2019: Part 1 Quite a few surprises and interlopers in this elite group of stories... Following on from last year's round-up of the Top 10 big stories in the sailing world, Mark Jardine shares the most-read stories in 2019 from Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com. by Andy Rice Posted 13 Dec 00:00 PST Australia's Finn sailors aiming for Tokyo 2020 Australia's Finn sailors aiming for Tokyo 2020 World's best in Melbourne for Pre-Tokyo show down at 2019 Finn Gold Cup and Tokyo Oceania Qualifier The world's best Olympic Finn sailors have arrived in Melbourne for the 2019 Finn Gold Cup, the world championships of the Olympic Finn Class, with racing starting on Port Phillip on Monday (16-21 December 2019). by Cora Zillich Posted 12 Dec 21:27 PST 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds - Preview panel 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds - Preview panel Sailors primed and ready for a big week of racing With the stage set for the start of the 2019 Chandler Macleod Moth Worlds today, sailors are now primed and ready for a big week of racing that will see a new Moth World Champion crowned at the Mounts Bay Sailing Club in Perth. by Harry Fisher Posted 12 Dec 16:54 PST 11th Hour Racing awards 12 new grants 11th Hour Racing awards 12 new grants To address environmental challenges of Coastal Communities 11th Hour Racing announced today a dozen new global grants to organizations that are addressing sea-level rise, habitat loss, science education for underserved students and plastics pollution. by 11th Hour Racing Posted 12 Dec 13:32 PST The Future of Sailing webinars: Volunteering The Future of Sailing webinars: Volunteering Revealing Reality give a fascinating insight into what motivates volunteers In this fifth webinar, Revealing Reality give a fascinating insight into what motivates volunteers to help at your sailing club, looking into the motivations of Sport, Self Improvement, Social and Community. by Mark Jardine Posted 12 Dec 10:00 PST Les Sables d'Olonne set for 2022 Golden Globe Race Les Sables d'Olonne set for 2022 Golden Globe Race Signing of the agreement at the Paris Nautic with Don McIntyre The Golden Globe Race delivers this rare alchemy: be an event of international scope and keep a family and fraternal spirit. by Don McIntyre Posted 12 Dec 09:45 PST Marine Resources job updates Marine Resources job updates The latest jobs in the marine industry Marine Resources specialises in filling job vacancies within the Leisure Marine Industry. We have a variety of recruitment services to suit all types of marine employer. by Marine Resources Posted 12 Dec 07:00 PST The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 25 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 25 One last match race Following the arrival of Seattle into Fremantle overnight, just three Clipper Race teams remain at sea, navigating their way towards Western Australia. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 12 Dec 03:39 PST Cape2Rio2020: LoveWater arrives in Cape Town Cape2Rio2020: LoveWater arrives in Cape Town The trimaran is one of the top 10 fastest ocean crossing yachts in the world Hopeful Cape to Rio 2020 yacht race winner, LoveWater, sponsored by JSE listed HomeChoice International Ltd and skippered by Craig Sutherland is expected to arrive in the V&A Waterfront this evening. by Simone Balman Posted 12 Dec 03:07 PST Cape2Rio2020 Ocean Race: #Sail4Good Cape2Rio2020 Ocean Race: #Sail4Good Freedom Sail Round Robben Island taking place on Monday The Cape2Rio2020 Ocean Race supports positive and constructive efforts to improve and assist a broad spectrum of causes close to the hearts and minds of competitors and race supporters, by using the race as a platform to showcase and promote good. by Simone Balman Posted 12 Dec 02:17 PST Crunch time for Japan's sailors at Finn Gold Cup Crunch time for Japan's sailors at Finn Gold Cup Japanese Finn sailors aiming for Tokyo 2020 Games with Australian support Seven months out from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic sailing competition, all eyes will be on Melbourne next week, with the Olympic Finn class to contest their 2019 world championship, the 2019 Finn Gold Cup, on Port Phillip. by Cora Zillich Posted 11 Dec 23:52 PST RORC Transatlantic Race overall RORC Transatlantic Race overall Jangada is first two-handed team to win the antique silver trophy Richard Palmer's British JPK 10.10 Jangada was presented with the RORC Transatlantic Trophy in Grenada at a ceremony and prize-giving banquet held at Camper & Nicholsons Victory Bar and Restaurant. by Louay Habib Posted 11 Dec 23:29 PST 13 boats so far for Rolex China Sea Race 2020 13 boats so far for Rolex China Sea Race 2020 International entries from afar entered into the 30th edition Of the 13 boats currently entered into the 30th edition of Rolex China Sea Race, six international entries hail from as far afield as Russia, Philippines, Japan and the United States and mark the first sign ups for this biennial blue water classic. by RHKYC Media Posted 11 Dec 21:26 PST America's Cup: Te Aihe checks out 2021 Cup course America's Cup: Te Aihe checks out 2021 Cup course Emirates Team NZ's Te Aihe shows racing for 2021 America's Cup will be a spectacle for fans Images of Emirates Team New Zealand's AC75 Te Aihe being put to the test in fresh conditions on the Waitemata, as she returned from a nine hour testing session. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 11 Dec 21:26 PST Chandler Macleod Aussie Moth Championship overall Chandler Macleod Aussie Moth Championship overall Slingsby draws first blood with first Australian Moth Title win He has been trying since 2010, but one of Australia's most accomplished sailors, Tom Slingsby, took one of his sweetest victories by winning the Australian Moth Championships at Mounts Bay Sailing Club in Perth on Wednesday. by Marc Ablett Posted 11 Dec 19:33 PST America's Cup: New monofoiler for Youth event America's Cup: New monofoiler for Youth event A reinvigorated Youth America's Cup regatta will be raced in a 9metre Mixed crew Monofoiler A reinvigorated Youth America's Cup regatta will be raced in a new class of foiling mono-hull, the AC9F, in 2020 and 2021. The event and new class is a joint China/New Zealand venture for Mixed gender crews. Expressions of interest are now sought. by Emirates Team NZ/RNZYS/China Sports Industry Group Posted 11 Dec 19:32 PST America's Cup: ETNZ's AC75 back in test mode America's Cup: ETNZ's AC75 back in test mode After two week time-out Te Aihe was back for three days of testing in quite different breezes After a couple of weeks off the water, during the Hyundai 49er Worlds, Emirates Team NZ's AC75, Te Aihe was back for three days of testing in quite different conditions - from light to fresh breezes, concluding with a nine hour session on Wednesday. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 11 Dec 16:51 PST The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 24 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 24 Dare To Lead has crossed the finish line into Fremantle Dare To Lead has crossed the finish line into Fremantle this morning at 10:07 UTC and the team to claim seventh place in Race 4: Marlow Southern Ocean Sleigh Ride. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 11 Dec 04:16 PST Vaikobi and the 18 footers Vaikobi and the 18 footers Vaikobi have just launched new 18 foot skiff Vaikobi have just launched our new 18 foot skiff in partnership with our friends from Shaw and Partners Financial Services. The skiff has an awesome team of James Dorron, Harry Bethwaite and Tim Westwood, who are the current Champions. by Vaikobi Posted 11 Dec 02:36 PST Denmark SailGP announced as seventh team Denmark SailGP announced as seventh team SailGP has announced the addition of the Denmark SailGP Team presented by Rockwool for 2020 SailGP has announced the addition of the Denmark SailGP Team presented by Rockwool ahead of the global championship's second season. by SailGP Posted 11 Dec 01:05 PST Chandler Macleod Aussie Moth Championship day 1 Chandler Macleod Aussie Moth Championship day 1 Plenty of tricks still up the sleeve Well it has finally arrived, after all the by play and preparations it was time for the 120-strong Moth fleet to flex its muscle on the Swan River with yesterday's opening races of the Australian Moth Championship. by Marc Ablett Posted 10 Dec 22:00 PST The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 23 The Clipper Race Leg 3 - Race 4, Day 23 Great minds think alike Another day brings another new arrival into Fremantle, Australia. This morning it was Zhuhai's turn to feel the exhilarating rush of crossing the finish line. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 10 Dec 13:54 PST Interview with the director of Brest Atlantiques Interview with the director of Brest Atlantiques Emmanuel Bachellerie summarises, now Sodebo Ultim 3 is home Sodebo Ultim 3, the only boat to have abandoned the race after stopping in Cape Town, arrived back in Lorient this morning, bringing the very first Brest Atlantiques race comes to a close. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 10 Dec 11:14 PST
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