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McConaghy Boats 2021 - LEADERBOARD
Statement: Bermuda Sail Grand Prix Statement: Bermuda Sail Grand Prix SailGP and the Bermuda Tourism Authority have been working closely on Covid-19 protocols SailGP and the Bermuda Tourism Authority have been working closely following the Bermuda Government's tightening of COVID-19 protocols to ensure that the forthcoming Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess. by SailGP Posted 15 Apr 10:58 PDT 100th Bayview Mackinac Race - Logo contest 100th Bayview Mackinac Race - Logo contest We are looking to our community to help us design a logo for the race Bayview Mackinac Race is already planning for a huge Bayview Mackinac Race in 2024, and one of the first steps is to develop a good logo for the race that will help us advertise and market the race to make it better than the 99 that have come before it. by Bayview Yacht Club Posted 15 Apr 07:54 PDT IOC puts World Sailing on six weeks notice IOC puts World Sailing on six weeks notice World Sailing six weeks to come up with alternatives to the controversial Mixed Offshore event The International Olympic Committee have given World Sailing six weeks to come up with alternative events to the controversial Mixed Offshore keelboat proposed for the 2024 Olympic Sailing regatta in Marseille, France. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 15 Apr 05:10 PDT 2021 Australian Moth Nationals 2021 Australian Moth Nationals 40 foilers battle it out at Wangi RSL Amateur Sailing Club 40 helms took part in the 2021 Australian Moth Nationals at Wangi RSL Amateur Sailing Club, with Scott Babbage giving a masterclass to the fleet, discarding his only result outside of the top two. by Editor / Beau Outteridge Posted 15 Apr 01:58 PDT The Perfect Spring Jacket from Henri-Lloyd The Perfect Spring Jacket from Henri-Lloyd MAV HL Liner jacket will become your new go-to this season We talk about our MAV HL Liner jackets a lot, there is a reason for this. We believe that our liner is the perfect jacket for Spring. Don't just take our word for it, see below why it will become your new go-to this season... by Henri-Lloyd Posted 14 Apr 23:07 PDT GC32 Racing Tour revises its 2021 schedule GC32 Racing Tour revises its 2021 schedule This prudent decision follows the advice of authorities at both the national and local levels With many countries around the world, including those in southern Europe, still in the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic, the GC32 Racing Tour, the board of the GC32 class and their stakeholders have made the mutual decision to delay the start of 2021 season. by GC32 Racing Tour Media Posted 14 Apr 22:18 PDT Finn Open & U23 Europeans at Vilamoura day 3 Finn Open & U23 Europeans at Vilamoura day 3 Fortune favours the consistent Fortunes changed for many on the third day of 2021 Open and U23 Finn European Championship in Vilamoura, Portugal, after two more races in great conditions, yet as tricky as ever. by Robert Deaves Posted 14 Apr 12:51 PDT Could the America's Cup come to Britain? Could the America's Cup come to Britain? This and more on PlanetSail OnCourse Episode 11 In the end, the successful defence of the America's Cup didn't come as a surprise. As the last few races played out it became increasingly clear that the home team had a much faster boat. by Matt Sheahan Posted 14 Apr 12:21 PDT Antigua Sailing Week goes virtual Antigua Sailing Week goes virtual Sailing Week Sunday – a virtual event with stories, interviews and entertainment Antigua Sailing Week is pleased to announce Sailing Week Sunday - a virtual event with stories, interviews and entertainment, transmitting from Antigua on April 25, 2021. by Antigua Sailing Week Posted 14 Apr 11:09 PDT Drop Nose Pins Drop Nose Pins What are they and why use them? A drop nose pin is a pin that can be used for securing or attaching components. They can be used in a number of places around a boat, but why would you use a drop nose pin instead on a clevis pin or bolt? by Daniel Henderson, Sea Sure Posted 14 Apr 07:43 PDT America's Cup: Luna Rossa's control systems outed America's Cup: Luna Rossa's control systems outed AC36 Challenger Luna Rossa explain how their systems work and the rules that govern their use Handling a boat like the AC75 requires the use of sophisticated management and control systems actioning a compact network of valves and pistons. Here Luna Rossa explain how their systems work and the rules that govern their use by Luna Rossa Challenge Posted 14 Apr 07:18 PDT Sailors for the Sea launches discussion forum Sailors for the Sea launches discussion forum Newest resource for the Clean Regattas program Sailors for the Sea Powered by Oceana launched its newest resource for the Clean Regattas program - an online discussion forum where Clean Regatta organizers can ask each other for help and give advice on each of the program's sustainability standards. by Sailors for the Sea Posted 14 Apr 06:56 PDT The Corsair Nationals 2021 recap The Corsair Nationals 2021 recap The SBMR hosted one of the best regattas in Florida "This is the best multihulls racing event in Florida. The regatta was wonderful and very organized. We had a great time racing in the beautiful Sarasota Bay." - feedback from Tung Nguyen, PHRF Low sailor from Bayshore Gardens Yacht Club. by Corsair Marine Posted 14 Apr 06:42 PDT Lawrence Warner enters Global Solo Challenge Lawrence Warner enters Global Solo Challenge Extensive sailing experience with over 250,000 nautical miles at sea British Lawrence Warner lives in Mallorca, Spain, where he works professionally on super-yachts. He has a very extensive sailing experience with over 250,000 nautical miles at sea. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 14 Apr 06:15 PDT VIDEO: North Sails Tech Talk VIDEO: North Sails Tech Talk Upwind Speed Booster with Charlie Cumbley & Cyclops Marine With the help of smarttune load sensors from Cyclops Marine, North Sails One Design Expert, and J/70 World Champion Charlie Cumbley explains how the dynamic balance of upwind performance hinges on forestay load. by Cyclops Marine Posted 14 Apr 04:00 PDT Coutts more confident of SailGP Bermuda proceeding Coutts more confident of SailGP Bermuda proceeding SailGP needs COVID dispensations for Bermuda event to proceed on schedule Russell Coutts, CEO of SailGP has told Bermuda Tonight that he is more confident of the first regatta in the 2021 circuit getting underway as scheduled, despite there being only 10 days left until the scheduled start on April 24. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 14 Apr 02:49 PDT Finn Open & U23 Europeans at Vilamoura day 2 Finn Open & U23 Europeans at Vilamoura day 2 Joan Cardona cleans up Joan Cardona, the defending U23 European Champion from Spain, showed some serious form on the second day of the 2021 Open and U23 Finn European Championship in Vilamoura, Portugal. by Robert Deaves Posted 13 Apr 22:14 PDT Western Australian State Flying Fifteen Champs Western Australian State Flying Fifteen Champs Twenty-four boats take part at Geraldton Yacht Club After a brief hiccup in 2020, the Western Australian State Flying Fifteen Championship returned to its traditional Easter time-slot and the fleet was summoned to appear at Geraldton Yacht Club for a fabulous social program. by Karen Dawes Posted 13 Apr 08:17 PDT Green shoots emerge on North America regatta scene Green shoots emerge on North America regatta scene Latest newsletter from Sail-World's David Schmidt in the USA Good news arrived last week from the 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 classes, announcing that their 2022 world championships will be hosted by Sail Nova Scotia, on the waters of Nova Scotia's St. Margaret's Bay from September 6-11, 2022 by David Schmidt Posted 13 Apr 08:00 PDT Rolex Capri Sailing Week confirmed Rolex Capri Sailing Week confirmed The island of Capri has implemented a rigorous program to safely welcome all participants The first major event of the sailing season will take place as scheduled between Naples and Capri, from 13th to 20th May, with an unprecedented desire to race and on a completely Covid-free island - as confirmed by the administration. by Rolex Capri Sailing Week Posted 13 Apr 07:23 PDT SailGP teams stalled while negotiations continue SailGP teams stalled while negotiations continue COVID Lockdown snares SailGP teams, yet to be finished Kiwi boat shipped to Bermuda The COVID-19 lockdown, starting Tuesday morning in Bermuda has caught out the teams assembling and training ahead of the start of the first regatta in the second round of Sail GP. In addition the NZ SailGP's boat is unfinished by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 13 Apr 05:53 PDT Finn Open & U23 Europeans at Vilamoura day 1 Finn Open & U23 Europeans at Vilamoura day 1 Consistent Zsombor Berecz leads after opening day Hungary's Zsombor Berecz opened his title defence at the 2021 Open and U23 Finn European Championship in Vilamoura, Portugal, with steady fourth and fifth places on a day when many favourites were hitting high scores. by Robert Deaves Posted 12 Apr 22:29 PDT J/24 Campeonato del Centro de la Republica J/24 Campeonato del Centro de la Republica Nico Cubria's RINA and his crew take the win in Argentina As part of their traditional summer series way "down under", our friends in Argentina love to take their boats to the base of the spectacular snow-capped Andes Mountain range to a gorgeous lake in the foothills known as Lago San Roque. by J/Boats Posted 12 Apr 19:04 PDT Argentine J/70 Class report Argentine J/70 Class report Fleet starts their season off the famous city of Buenos Aires Nothing, not even the pandemic, was going to slow down or diminish the enthusiasm the Argentinean J/70 fleet had for getting themselves organized and out on the water sailing in their favorite "watering holes". by J/Boats Posted 12 Apr 15:19 PDT Newport to Ensenada Race crowd protocols Newport to Ensenada Race crowd protocols Preparing for a safe and celebratory trophy ceremony Will you be at Sunday's trophy presentation? Hotel Coral and Marina Management are asking skippers to estimate how many sailors, guests, and or family might attend Sunday's award ceremonies in the courtyard. by Newport Ocean Sailing Association Posted 12 Apr 13:47 PDT Bermuda Race safety webinar Bermuda Race safety webinar Yacht & Safety Race-Prep is at 7pm EDT on April 13th "To Finish First, You First Must Finish". A Safety & Yacht Preparation Webinar for the 2022 Bermuda Race will be on Zoom at April 13th, 2021 7pm EDT. by Newport Bermuda Race Posted 12 Apr 11:32 PDT The Easter Regatta at Columbia Sailing Club The Easter Regatta at Columbia Sailing Club Chris Stone's Velocidad wins by just one point Sailed in J/24s since 1987, The Easter Regatta has been one of the world's most popular and enduring J/24 events. It offers an excellent mix of shore side events and world-class competition. by J/Boats Posted 12 Apr 09:59 PDT Les Voiles de St. Barth looks to the future Les Voiles de St. Barth looks to the future Here are some highlights of past years As international situation has once again sustained the decision made by the regatta's organizers, the entire staff remains committed to presenting a fantastic event in 2022 and to make up for lost time with a week of festivities everyone will remember by Les Voiles de St Barth Richard Mille Posted 12 Apr 08:57 PDT Charleston Race Week overall Charleston Race Week overall All three days deliver solid conditions While major regattas around the world are still getting canceled because of coronavirus, Charleston Race Week elected to press forward with its 25th anniversary celebration. by Bill Wagner Posted 12 Apr 08:50 PDT Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Images Day 2 Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta - Images Day 2 Image gallery from Day 2 of the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta held at Wakatere Boating Club Image gallery from Day 2 of the Oceanbridge NZL Sailing Regatta held at Wakatere Boating Club at Narrow Neck, on Auckland's North Shore. by Yachting New Zealand Posted 12 Apr 05:47 PDT Dockwa partnership launches savvy navvy into USA Dockwa partnership launches savvy navvy into USA Collaboration with marina reservation app and boater relationship platform Marine navigation company savvy navvy has announced a new partnership with Dockwa, a marina reservation app and boater relationship platform. by Hannah Cotterell, savvy navvy Posted 12 Apr 05:44 PDT SailGP: Bermuda goes into seven day lockdown SailGP: Bermuda goes into seven day lockdown Bermuda will enter a "shelter at home" policy, ending after the start of SailGP Round 2 It has been announced in Bermuda that the island will enter a "shelter at home" policy for the next seven days at least. The Premier says no exceptions will be made for SailGP for training or racing. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 11 Apr 19:16 PDT Next generation of top Kiwi sailors at Oceanbridge Next generation of top Kiwi sailors at Oceanbridge A big fleet of 88 boats contested the delayed Oceanbridge Regatta sailed at Wakatere BC Tom Saunders won three of the five races in the Laser class at Oceanbridge NZL Sailing regatta, to take top honours, which was a satisfying result considering it was his first Laser regatta since last year's world championships in Melbourne last February. by Yachting New Zealand Posted 11 Apr 15:40 PDT Can You Feel It? Can You Feel It? Well? Can you? The Jacksons certainly did back in 1980 with this single from their Triumph album. Well? Can you? The Jacksons certainly did back in 1980 with this single from their Triumph album. Some of the names that went into included the exceptionally talented, and most sought after Greg Phillinganes on ivories, and then one Venetta Fields. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 11 Apr 15:00 PDT World class Finn fleet keen to start racing World class Finn fleet keen to start racing Europeans start in Vilamoura, Portugal on Monday The 2021 Open and U23 Finn European Championship gets under way in Vilamoura, Portugal, on Monday with around 49 sailors from 29 nations completing measurement and registration over the weekend. by Robert Deaves Posted 11 Apr 12:22 PDT 2024 Vendée Globe projects already launched 2024 Vendée Globe projects already launched New ideas and solutions will make it possible to have a faster, better race The president of the IMOCA Class was a passionate fan of the ninth edition of the Vendée Globe. And so now looking forwards to 2024 projects are emerging fast as are new ideas and solutions which will make it possible to have a faster, better race. by Vendée Globe Posted 11 Apr 10:23 PDT 2021 Marion Bermuda Race is on! 2021 Marion Bermuda Race is on! In just 11 weeks time we will be on the start line In just 11 weeks time we will be on the start line. The organizing committee has worked hard over the past 12 months to develop scenarios in which the race will go on as planned, albeit with adjustments. by Marion Bermuda Race Posted 11 Apr 10:09 PDT Springformation, Advice, and Must Haves Springformation, Advice, and Must Haves Get your layers right with Rooster If you're anything like us you're making the most of every day you can get out on the water. As more of us head out to enjoy some of the very best of what nature has to offer, we need to make sure we're keeping respectful and as safe as possible. by Rooster Posted 11 Apr 04:00 PDT Charleston Race Week day 2 Charleston Race Week day 2 Moving day shakes up standings in some classes It was moving day at Charleston Race Week and many teams took that mandate to heart. There was a shakeup of the standings within several classes as certain boats many opening day leaders were overtaken. by Bill Wagner Posted 10 Apr 22:34 PDT 36th America's Cup put under the microscope 36th America's Cup put under the microscope The international broadcast team for 36AC give their take on the breakpoints of regatta Key moments and analysis on the 36th America's Cup. This includes several interviews with key team members on their recollections of some of the more spectacular incidents, which were glossed over at the time due to the pace of the event. by America's Cup media Posted 10 Apr 15:15 PDT
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