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Meghan O'Rourke on the Lake Max Vanguard 15 Series Meghan O'Rourke on the Lake Max Vanguard 15 Series A conversation with Meghan O'Rourke about the 2020 Lake Max Vanguard 15 Series I checked in with Meghan O'Rourke, president of the Vanguard 15 class, via email, to learn more about 2020 Lake Max Vanguard 15 Series. by David Schmidt Posted 2 Jun 08:00 PDT Join the Sailmon MAX webinar Join the Sailmon MAX webinar Mark Wednesday the 10th of June at 3:00 PM CEST in your calendar Sailmon will introduce MAX in a one-hour session and show you all the functionalities of the brand new device along with the possibilities of the Sailmon app. Mark Wednesday the 10th of June at 3:00 PM CEST in your calendar and subscribe today! by Tjeerd van der Zwaan Posted 4 Jun 08:56 PDT MarkSetBot collaborates with US Sailing MarkSetBot collaborates with US Sailing Facilitating the ability of clubs and sailing organizations to get competitors out racing With a global pandemic forcing the adaptation of social distancing in all aspects of life, MarkSetBot, the company that pioneered sailing's first robotic mark, has partnered with the national governing body of the sport, US Sailing. by Jan Harley Posted 4 Jun 07:39 PDT Mirabaud Sailing Video of the Century Mirabaud Sailing Video of the Century Celebrating two decades of passion The Mirabaud Sailing Video of the Century is an exceptional event that aims to turn a complicated reality into a great celebration of our favourite sport and its greatest promoters. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 4 Jun 07:16 PDT World Sailing launches eSailing Nations Cup World Sailing launches eSailing Nations Cup Open to nations who have registered for an eSailing National Championship World Sailing and Virtual Regatta, the leading digital sailing platform, have launched the eSailing Nations Cup, a nation versus nation knockout challenge to crown the best eSailing nation in the world. by World Sailing Posted 4 Jun 07:09 PDT NSHOF and America's Cup Hall of Fame join forces NSHOF and America's Cup Hall of Fame join forces Sailing is a sport for a lifetime The National Sailing Hall of Fame and Herreshoff Marine Museum & America's Cup Hall of Fame announced today their partnership to open an America's Cup Hall of Fame location in Newport, Rhode Island. by Andrew Golden Posted 4 Jun 05:07 PDT IKA statement on Mikes Lab Bullet 3L / 3LC foils IKA statement on Mikes Lab Bullet 3L / 3LC foils After discrepancies found in the dimensions In the process of evaluating equipment (re-) registration applications for the 2024 Olympic Cycle, the IKA Technical Committee has become aware of discrepancies in the dimensions of the Mikeslab Bullet 3L / 3LC foil. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 4 Jun 04:03 PDT Hall Spars celebrate 40 years of spar construction Hall Spars celebrate 40 years of spar construction Hall Spars has been at the forefront of the mast building industry for four decades Specialising in the design and production of high-quality masts, booms and components for sailing yachts. Over these 40 years Hall Spars is proud to have remained dedicated to providing all of their clients with the highest quality and reliable rigs. by Hall Spars Marketing Team Posted 4 Jun 02:27 PDT Australian Sailing mourns passing of John Cuneo Australian Sailing mourns passing of John Cuneo One of Australia's most decorated sailors Australian Sailing is today mourning the loss of one of the legends of our sport, John Cuneo OAM. by Michael Martin Posted 3 Jun 22:39 PDT 'The league' is keeping JJ Giltinan's dream alive 'The league' is keeping JJ Giltinan's dream alive Always at the forefront of the sport's worldwide promotion and development From the moment James Joseph Giltinan conceived the idea of having a Worlds 18 Footer Championship, and the Australian 18 Footers League conducted the first championship regatta for the trophy, on Sydney Harbour in 1938 by Frank Quealey Posted 3 Jun 22:36 PDT Sail-World NZ news : May 30 - The Week that Was Sail-World NZ news : May 30 - The Week that Was News and Editorial for May 30 - Immigration shenanigans...Defiant checks in ... Te Aihe's return Read the latest newsletter from Sail-World New Zealand, with the top stories covering the America's Cup along with the latest Editorial covering the early stages of the unfolding story allowing, or not, the America's Cup Challengers into New Zealand. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 3 Jun 20:19 PDT America's Cup: Kiwi PM pours cold water on Cup America's Cup: Kiwi PM pours cold water on Cup Prime Minister Ardern says no 'carte blanche' for America's Cup teams to enter New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made it very clear that under current criteria, America's Cup teams would not get a carte blanche to enter New Zealand. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 3 Jun 14:16 PDT 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race Update 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race Update More changes on the way, so please stay tuned At this time due to conflicting timing requirements the Mackinac Race Authority (MRA) has made the decision to only sail the Shore Course for the 2020 Bayview Mackinac Race. by Chris Clark Posted 3 Jun 11:41 PDT Inside Melges: The June Issue Inside Melges: The June Issue The Melges 15 prioritizes stability, comfort, ease of use, and performance Designed by Reichel/Pugh and built by Melges, the Melges 15 prioritizes stability, comfort, ease of use, and performance. The Melges 15 comes in two configurations - the One Design with asymmetric spinnaker and the Club with jib and main. by Melges Performance Sailboats Posted 3 Jun 07:57 PDT America's Cup: Youth foiling monohull sea trials America's Cup: Youth foiling monohull sea trials The new Youth America's Cup class the AC9F undergoes successful sea and foiling trials in Auckland. The foiling monohull, the AC9F has undergone sea trials and foiling tests in Auckland, now that the Alert levels have dropped in New Zealand and life has almost returned to normal. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 2 Jun 21:57 PDT Timing of The Ocean Race start under review Timing of The Ocean Race start under review Impact of Covid-19 situation on The Ocean Race 2020-2021 forces rethink on start date Co-owner of The Ocean Race, Johan Salén talks about the impact of the Covid 19 crisis on the 2021-2022 edition of the crewed round-the-world race and the advantages of ocean racing. by Tip & Shaft Posted 2 Jun 15:58 PDT Remembering a decade at the Sail-World's helm Remembering a decade at the Sail-World's helm David Schmidt looks back on his tenth anniversary as North American editor Ten years. The thought recently hit me that this week marks my tenth anniversary as Sail-World's North American editor. Let's consider some of the changes that have swept sailing since I've had my hands on Sail-World's North American tiller. by David Schmidt Posted 2 Jun 09:00 PDT Online Newport Bermuda Race to begin June 19 Online Newport Bermuda Race to begin June 19 Competitors and race fans will sail 635 miles in one of four new model boats The 52nd running of the “Thrash to the Onion Patch” has been postponed until 2022, but a fleet will nonetheless set sail to Bermuda on June 19, the original start date. by Newport Bermuda Race Media Posted 2 Jun 07:48 PDT Second Maiden Factor Voice announced Second Maiden Factor Voice announced Jamie Lee Curtis joins, in her role as a human rights campaigner Supporting The Maiden Factor project the Voices will be a group of influential and inspiring women, men and young people from around the world; coming together with the common goal of generating awareness of the importance of girls' education. by Libby Mudditt Posted 2 Jun 04:54 PDT America's Cup: INEOS Team UK sails Britannia America's Cup: INEOS Team UK sails Britannia America's Cup: INEOS Team UK sails Britannia again on Solent as Auckland build up starts Ineos Team UK, skippered by Sir Ben Ainslie, is gearing up to take part in the 2021 America's Cup being and has restarted their sailing program on the Solent. by David George, The News, Portsmouth Posted 2 Jun 02:27 PDT America's Cup: Dean Barker in talks with NZ Govt America's Cup: Dean Barker in talks with NZ Govt Arrival of production crew for Avatar 2 puts America's Cup exemptions into new focus Progress appears to have been made allowing America's Cup teams into New Zealand following the arrival of 54 members of the production crew for the second in the Avatar series, being filmed in Wellington. They are now in 14 day quarantine in a hotel by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 2 Jun 01:55 PDT Celebrating 50 years of the Finn Masters Celebrating 50 years of the Finn Masters This week should have been the 2020 event in The Netherlands This week should have been the 2020 Finn World Masters in Port Zelanda, in The Netherlands. Entries were approaching 250 when the decision was made to cancel back in March, with more than 300 Finns expected to turn up. by Robert Deaves Posted 1 Jun 12:55 PDT Re-define normal and enjoy it! Re-define normal and enjoy it! 39 boats participated in the first Cortez Racing Association race since early March Last weekend on San Diego Bay, thirty-nine boats participated in the first race to be held since early March in all of southern California. Remarkably, the announcement had come out only three days earlier by Cortez Racing Association Posted 1 Jun 07:59 PDT Every move you make: Judges with an eye for detail Every move you make: Judges with an eye for detail We continue to 'Meet the Team' at the GKA, with part two of meeting the Judges Find out how you end up judging the best athletes in the world and what our judges have been up to during lockdown. We'd like to introduce you to Fadi Issa, Rui Meira and Tanja Rosenkranz, the first female judge on the GKA World Tour. by Kate Chandler Posted 1 Jun 07:56 PDT Multihulls back for 2021 Marion Bermuda Race Multihulls back for 2021 Marion Bermuda Race The tris stopped sailing the event in 2009... until now In 2005, the Marion Bermuda Race was the first offshore race to offer a multihull class. That first year there were seven boats on the line with a Saturday start - monohulls started on Friday, as is the tradition. by Marion Bermuda Race Posted 1 Jun 07:25 PDT Bob Fisher and Rob Mundle - The Original SINS Bob Fisher and Rob Mundle - The Original SINS This week on Adventures Weekly Nic chats with two incredible sailors and journalists This week on Adventures Weekly the Sailor Girl, Nic Douglass took on the challenge of chatting with two incredible sailors and journalists, as well as being two of the founding members of the Society of International Scribes; Bob Fisher and Rob Mundle. by Nic Douglass Posted 1 Jun 02:31 PDT The Great Escape The Great Escape Planning for liberation after the outbreak, huh?! Planning for liberation after the outbreak, huh?! Well, a collection of New South Wales clubs has very much kept the spirit of Squadron Leader Roger Bushell alive. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 31 May 15:00 PDT Victor Diaz-de-Leon on the Happy Hour podcast Victor Diaz-de-Leon on the Happy Hour podcast Stretch & Stirfry talk sunshine, sharks, spear fishing and serious sailing It's sunshine, sharks, spear fishing and serious sailing as we join J70 guru Victor Diaz-de-Leon aboard in Miami. Stretch gets tongue tied with the Venezuelan 'love pipe', and the internet lets us down... by Stretch & Stir Fry Posted 31 May 13:39 PDT Sailing San Francisco Bay Sailing San Francisco Bay 14 knots aboard an Invictus Sunfast 3600 For Nico Popp, it was a wild ride down San Francisco Bay aboard his Sun Fast 3600, Invictus as they reached a top speed of 14 knots in 25 knots of true wind. by Margriet Mitchel Posted 31 May 10:41 PDT 2020 Mexican J/70 fleet report 2020 Mexican J/70 fleet report The year blasted off with a lot of enthusiasm The new year had started off well for "nuestros amigos" in Mexico. The 2020 Mexican J/70 Circuit blasted off with a lot of enthusiasm and families and teams looking forward to a winter/spring regatta series across the country by J/Boats Posted 31 May 06:43 PDT RORC Time Over Distance - Brad Butterworth RORC Time Over Distance - Brad Butterworth Brad Butterworth lifts the lid on fascinating stories from the America's Cup Brad Butterworth lifted the lid on fascinating stories from the America's Cup, Steinlager II and a special feature on Rambler 88 in the 9th edition of the RORC Time Over Distance Lockdown series of interviews. by RORC Posted 31 May 01:00 PDT 2020 Clagett Regattas postponed until 2021 2020 Clagett Regattas postponed until 2021 After considerable assessment and review by the board After considerable assessment and review, the board of the C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta have determined that due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the 2020 Clagett Regatta and Clagett/Oakcliff Match Race Clinegatta will be postponed by Sam Crichton Posted 30 May 22:48 PDT The Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 Official Film The Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12 Official Film A race which will be remembered for the brutal conditions The 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race is remembered for brutal conditions which dismasted or otherwise damaged large portions of the six boat fleet from the start, with half the boats retiring on Leg 1 from Alicante to Cape Town. by The Ocean Race Posted 30 May 08:15 PDT ORC Race Management Guide now available ORC Race Management Guide now available New publication gives guidance for race organizers and sailors using the ORC system The members of the Race Management Committee led by Hans-Eckhard ("Ecky") von der Mosel and the management and staff at the ORC are pleased to announce the publication of a project that has put together the knowledge and expertise of many ORC contributors by ORC Media Posted 30 May 03:36 PDT Experience an engineering marvel: The Panama Canal Experience an engineering marvel: The Panama Canal Passage through the Panama Canal is a bucket list highlight For everyone taking part in the Clipper Round The World Yacht Race, the passage through the Panama Canal is a bucket list highlight. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 30 May 02:26 PDT Introducing The Boat Timer App Introducing The Boat Timer App Running club races with fewer people (and a computer) As sailing clubs in the UK are opening some of their facilities after the CoronaVirus pandemic crisis, they have also considered a limited return to racing. by Ian Cherrill Posted 30 May 00:30 PDT J/24 North Americans postponed to August 2021 J/24 North Americans postponed to August 2021 IJCA and Sayville Yacht Club in Blue Point, New York make the announcement The International J/24 Class Association (IJCA) and the Sayville Yacht Club in Blue Point, New York today announced the postponement of the Good Samaritan Hospital J/24 North American Championship slated for August 11-16, 2020. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 29 May 16:10 PDT How to home-build a Moth How to home-build a Moth James Sainsbury's step-by-step guide! Since building my boats I have had many questions about how I went about certain areas of my builds. Below are the ways that I have built my last two International Moths. by James Sainsbury Posted 29 May 13:30 PDT M32 Class May Newsletter M32 Class May Newsletter At this time the schedule for July and forward remains in place We live in challenging times, and it is the hope that this class update reaches you and your close ones in good health. The priority of any class activities will always be to keep the sailors and the community safe. by M32 Class Posted 29 May 07:45 PDT Stir crazy? Find your freedom on the water Stir crazy? Find your freedom on the water Oakcliff Sailing Center help you find your freedom on the water Our whole country is operating at a higher stress level than usual and Oakcliff Sailing Center want to do their part to help the community get through this. by Oakcliff Sailing Posted 29 May 07:12 PDT
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