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America's Cup: AC75 Skiffs vs Scows - who's right? America's Cup: AC75 Skiffs vs Scows - who's right? The four AC75's yachts now launched fall into one of two categories - the Skiffs and Scows. In the past day, two of the recently launched America's Cup teams have released images of their first AC75's sailing, and foiling. The four AC75's yachts now launched fall into two categories - the Skiffs and Scows. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 18 Oct 15:37 PDT Sailing Convention for Women on Feb. 1, 2020 Sailing Convention for Women on Feb. 1, 2020 Combines learning, camaraderie and fun in Corona del Mar, California Where do women sailors go to learn? The answer is a place where they can enjoy the camaraderie of other women sailors, learn from top instructors both on the water and in the classroom, and have plenty of fun. by Scott Croft Posted 19 Oct 06:45 PDT Soon time to share life on board MACIF Trimaran Soon time to share life on board MACIF Trimaran How has the trio prepared for this long stretch of cohabitation? The search for performance is a key phase in offshore racing, because it is both the goal and the guideline. For the Brest Atlantiques, knowing how to live together will be essential. by Trimaran MACIF Posted 19 Oct 03:37 PDT Transat Jacques Vabre 10-day countdown Transat Jacques Vabre 10-day countdown All bar one of the 60 boats now in the Bassin Paul Vatine The countdown to the start of the 14th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre - the world's longest and toughest two-handed transatlantic sailing race - officially started on Friday. by Soazig Guého Posted 18 Oct 23:26 PDT 2019 International Masters Regatta day 1 2019 International Masters Regatta day 1 Andy Roy comes out on top after competitive first day The 2019 International Masters Regatta got off to an entertaining start today. After a slight course adjustment to the south and the first race of the weekend, the sailors and their crews were gifted an extra-long lunch break with a view. by Casey Allocco Posted 18 Oct 22:43 PDT 2019 2.4 mR Class World Championship overall 2019 2.4 mR Class World Championship overall A week of very rough weather at Yacht Club Italiano The worlds of the small metre class ended today after a week of very rough weather. A female podium, two women among the first three. England's Megan Pascoe dominated with a perfect week, second was Finland's Marko Dahlberg and third Fia Fjelddahl by Yacht Club Italiano Posted 18 Oct 22:33 PDT 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race kicks off tomorrow 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race kicks off tomorrow A fleet of 113 yachts expected to depart from Grand Harbour The crowds lining the bastions of the fortified city, cheering the yachts on their way, will add to the highly-charged atmosphere. Every participating crew is looking forward to taking on one the world's great 600 mile classic offshore races. by Rolex Middle Sea Race Posted 18 Oct 12:56 PDT Take-off! INEOS TEAM UK's AC75 takes flight Take-off! INEOS TEAM UK's AC75 takes flight Video of Britannia foiling on the waters off their Portsmouth base The British team for the 36th America's Cup, Sir Ben Ainslie's INEOS TEAM UK have been enjoying their first week of foiling on Britannia in the waters off their Portsmouth base. by Editor Posted 18 Oct 10:38 PDT What it takes to win the Newport Bermuda Race What it takes to win the Newport Bermuda Race Performance Seminars with ocean-racing expert Peter Isler As the Official Performance Partner, North Sails is hosting Performance Seminars with ocean-racing expert Peter Isler, Race Meteorologist Chris Bedford, and local North Sails experts, to help you prepare for the Newport Bermuda Race. by Bermuda Race Posted 18 Oct 07:48 PDT 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 18 Oct 07:28 PDT The Transat welcomes CIC as Title Partner The Transat welcomes CIC as Title Partner For the 60th anniversary edition The race, which is owned and organised by OC Sport Pen Duick, the French subsidiary of international event organiser OC Sport, now officially becomes "The Transat CIC" for the 2020 and 2024 editions. by The Transat CIC Posted 18 Oct 06:00 PDT Huge 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race fleet Huge 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race fleet One week until close of entries A total of 157 entries have been received one week out from close of entries for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - and, in addition to a smattering of international entrants, nearly half the field is made up of yachts representing Australian states by Di Pearson, RSHYR media Posted 17 Oct 21:32 PDT The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone set for big season The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone set for big season Off to an impressive start in Sydney Harbour Since the young The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone team of Jordan Girdis, Lachlan Doyle and Tom Quigley came together last year, their progress in the highly-competitive Australian 18 Footers League fleet has been spectacular by Frank Quealey Posted 17 Oct 19:14 PDT World on Water: Oct 18 - Hugo Boss guided tour World on Water: Oct 18 - Hugo Boss guided tour Highlight of this week's edition is a look inside the IMOCA60 Hugo Boss Join Geoff Waller for the October 18 edition of World On Water, the world's most popular sailing video magazine. Highlight of this week's edition is a look inside the IMOCA60 Hugo Boss by Sail-World NZ Posted 17 Oct 18:54 PDT 2019 Rolex Middle Sea Race weather watch 2019 Rolex Middle Sea Race weather watch Less than 48 hours to the start of the 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race Less than 48 hours to the start of the 40th Rolex Middle Sea Race and the marinas surrounding the Royal Malta Yacht Club in Ta' Xbiex are full of yachts flying the event battle flag, signifying their participation by Rolex Middle Sea Race Posted 17 Oct 15:46 PDT RS Aeros at the Puget Sound Sailing Championships RS Aeros at the Puget Sound Sailing Championships 24 RS Aeros took to the water in Seattle 24 RS Aeros took to the water in Seattle for the Puget Sound Sailing Championships. This is the local championship regatta for small sail boats and this year included RS Aeros, J24s and Tasars. by RS Aero Class Association Posted 17 Oct 09:39 PDT Itajaí returns as host city for The Ocean Race Itajaí returns as host city for The Ocean Race Brazilian city to host fleet in 2021-22 edition The Ocean Race 2021-22 will stop in Itajaí, Brazil, marking the fourth consecutive time the city on the Santa Catarina coastline will host the iconic event. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 Oct 09:18 PDT America's Cup: INEOS Team UK foiling images America's Cup: INEOS Team UK foiling images INEOS Team UK have released a video which has some brief sequences of their first AC75 shown foiling It would seem that the AC75 went sailing on October 15 (the day before this video was posted). The boat is sailing on a single foil confirming that she is sailing unassisted/or towed. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 17 Oct 06:01 PDT Star Sailors League Gold Cup preview Star Sailors League Gold Cup preview Big guns from Finland, Uruguay, Australia, Lithuania, Argentina sign up for SSL Gold Cup In April the Star Sailors League, that culminates in the SSL Finals in Nassau every December to crown its annual 'star of the sailing world', announced a new giant international sailing competition: the SSL Gold Cup. by Rachele Vitello Posted 17 Oct 03:59 PDT 2023 Ocean Globe Race - Preview 2023 Ocean Globe Race - Preview Four alternate designs approved, Notice of Race amendments agreed with entrants Hundreds of sailors and many yacht clubs have become excited at the prospect of becoming involved, and commitments to enter now outweigh available places with sailors from France, Finland and the UK dominating the list. by Don McIntyre Posted 17 Oct 03:14 PDT 130 superyachts register for America's Cup events 130 superyachts register for America's Cup events Overflow arrangements being put in place as more details released of regattas and events Despite earlier media reports to the contrary, 130 superyachts have registered an interest in attending the America's Cup events in Auckland in 2020-2021. All 73 berths have been booked with a deposit of one month's rental paid by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World NZ Posted 17 Oct 02:40 PDT 2019 ANOC World Beach Games 2019 ANOC World Beach Games Golden Gruber grabs victory in kitefoiling nailbiter Former world and European champion Florian Gruber (GER) won two consecutive races in the final to become the first men's Kitefoil Racing ANOC World Beach Games champion. by Ian MacKinnon Posted 17 Oct 00:42 PDT Chief Executive of World Sailing to step down Chief Executive of World Sailing to step down Andy Hunt has notified the Board that he will be taking on a new role The Board considers that Andy has made an important contribution to the modernisation and commercial development of World Sailing, and the Board thanks Andy for his service during an intense and challenging period for World Sailing. by World Sailing Posted 16 Oct 09:34 PDT Melges 14 World League Finals registration open Melges 14 World League Finals registration open The Melges 14 Fleet is flocking to Georgia for the Southern Championship The first ever Melges 14 World League Overall Champion, Female Champion, and North American Division Champion will be crowned at the end of the weekend. by Melges 14 Class Posted 16 Oct 09:25 PDT RORC Transatlantic Race preview RORC Transatlantic Race preview Sixth edition set to feature a huge variety of yachts One-design VO65s and Maxi yachts have expressed their goal to take line honours and a tilt at the race record. Teams racing optimised performance cruisers will be aiming for class and the overall win under the IRC Rating Rule. by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 16 Oct 09:12 PDT China International Women's Match Race overall China International Women's Match Race overall Pauline Courtois (FRA) wins in Shanghai The racing at the day 5 of inaugural China International Match Race took off in perfect racing conditions. Spectators along the shore of Dishui Lake could follow the matches as the sailors maneuvered right in front of the docks under a sunny Shanghai sky. by WIM Series Posted 16 Oct 08:03 PDT Superyacht guru joins Doyle Sails Palma Superyacht guru joins Doyle Sails Palma Doyle Sails group continues to expand and strengthen with the appointment of Scott Zebny The Doyle Sails group continues to expand and strengthen with the exciting appointment of highly regarded superyacht expert Scott Zebny as Global Superyacht Sales Manager and Partner in Doyle Sails Palma. by Bliss Neagel Posted 16 Oct 00:05 PDT 11th Hour Racing gets feet wet with podium finish 11th Hour Racing gets feet wet with podium finish Enright and Bidégorry race IMOCA 60 in Défi Azimut 48-hour race After launching their campaign this summer, the 11th Hour Racing Team, led by Charlie Enright and Mark Towill, have been focused on learning how to race the IMOCA 60 - the fast, foiling, high-performance, development class by The Ocean Race Posted 15 Oct 23:51 PDT 2019 ANOC World Beach Games 2019 ANOC World Beach Games The four-time and defending Formula Kite world champion dominated all three days After a stop-start week of competition, on finals' day there was no holding back for American Daniela Moroz, who stormed to victory in the women's Kitefoil Racing. by Ian MacKinnon Posted 15 Oct 14:34 PDT Groupe Apicil set for the Transat Jacques Vabre Groupe Apicil set for the Transat Jacques Vabre Damien Seguin and Yoann Richomme aiming to be the first of the non-foilers To start this series, we look at a pair that has had a lot of practice. Damien Seguin and Yoann Richomme (Groupe Apicil) will set off for their third Transat Jacques Vabre together after competing on a Class40 on two occasions (2011 and 2013). by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 15 Oct 09:57 PDT Latest high performance sailing film Latest high performance sailing film The 18ft Skiff class has always been a passion for Hartas Productions The 18ft Skiff class has always been a passion for Hartas Productions, with our director, Ollie, steering and in Sydney for six consecutive seasons, helming the now famous ILVE Silver Bullet!. by Hartas Productions Posted 15 Oct 09:54 PDT Mini Transat, Dragons and J/80 North Americans Mini Transat, Dragons and J/80 North Americans Latest Sail-World USA newsletter from David Schmidt While the sailing world is aglow with images of the four newly launched AC75 class yachts, the 1,350 nautical mile Mini-Transat La Boulangère race is also unfurling. by David Schmidt Posted 15 Oct 08:00 PDT Mark Pincus on the 2019 J/24 World Championship Mark Pincus on the 2019 J/24 World Championship An interview with Mark Pincus about the 2019 J/24 World Championship I checked in with Mark Pincus, regatta chair of the 2019 J/24 World Championship, via email, to learn more about this high-level One Design regatta. by David Schmidt Posted 15 Oct 08:00 PDT China International Women's Match Race day 4 China International Women's Match Race day 4 The four semi-finalists decided in Shanghai After the morning briefing where the top four teams from the round robin stage earned the right to choose their opponent for quarter-finals, racing took off in conditions that were very similar to yesterday with a solid breeze of 14 knots gusting to 20. by WIM Series Posted 15 Oct 07:34 PDT Sail-World NZ news : Oct 14 - Four AC75's reviewed Sail-World NZ news : Oct 14 - Four AC75's reviewed Latest reports, images and video on the AC75's - including the launch of Luna Rossa and Britannia Read the latest newsletter from Sail-World New Zealand, with the Top 50 stories covering the America's Cup action and other sailing news from NZ and elsewhere. There's all the latest reports, images and video on the four AC75's by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 15 Oct 03:18 PDT Yacht lost off NZ's Northland coast - 1 dead Yacht lost off NZ's Northland coast - 1 dead A person has died and another in a critical condition after a 47ft yacht sank in storm conditions A person has died after a 47ft yacht sank 20 nautical miles off Cape Brett on the east coast of Northland, NZ, in winds gusting over 60kts and heavy seas. Updated story with images and video shot from the Auckland Rescue Trust helicopter. by Sail-World NZ Posted 15 Oct 02:27 PDT Linda Elias Memorial Women's OD Challenge overall Linda Elias Memorial Women's OD Challenge overall Blecher's CalYC & Team wins 28th Annual LEMWOD Yesterday's three bullets made all the difference for California Yacht Club's Allie Blecher, who won the 2019 Linda Elias Memorial Women's One Design Challenge by a mere two points. by Laurie Morrison Posted 14 Oct 23:37 PDT 2019 China International Women's Match Race day 3 2019 China International Women's Match Race day 3 Quarterfinalists decided in Shanghai The morning of the third day of racing at China International Women's Match Race decided the teams that would make it straight to the quarter-finals and which teams would have to fight for the four spots in the repechage round. by WIM Series Posted 14 Oct 20:41 PDT 2.4mR World Championship kicks off tomorrow 2.4mR World Championship kicks off tomorrow A day of training before the start for the 91 participants coming from 15 different countries With the final rating formalities and registration of the participants the 30th 2.4 mR Class World Championship has officially started. Monday saw the final formalities on land in a practice race in the early afternoon. by Yacht Club Italiano Posted 14 Oct 08:57 PDT AEGIR wins J/80 North American Championship AEGIR wins J/80 North American Championship Cam Tougas gets his name on the perpetual trophy Hurricane Humberto stalled a high-pressure system over Lake Winnipesaukee and the host Winnipesaukee Yacht Club for a three-day stretch of sunny but fickle breezes. by J/Boats Posted 14 Oct 08:54 PDT
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