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Could I gybe a Waszp inside a day? Could I gybe a Waszp inside a day? Mark Jardine takes on the challenge! On Tuesday 22nd September I set myself a challenge. Could I complete a foiling gybe gybe or tack on a Waszp during my first day sailing the boat? Here's how I got on! by Mark Jardine Posted 1 Oct 05:45 PDT National Sailing Hall of Fame 10th induction National Sailing Hall of Fame 10th induction Nine legends inducted into the National Sailing Hall of Fame The National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHOF) announced that on Saturday, September 12th, it celebrated its 10th annual induction in a virtual format. by Andrew Golden Posted 1 Oct 05:10 PDT The Globe40 moves onwards and upwards The Globe40 moves onwards and upwards Kito de Pavant and Guillermo Altadill announce their participation Having only just dried out from the sea spray of the Normandy Channel Race, which saw 26 Class40s gathered together for an epic week of racing, the Sirius Evenements team have plunged back into the Globe40 dossier in earnest. by Manfred Ramspacher Posted 1 Oct 01:56 PDT Pandemic can help skippers get in the zone Pandemic can help skippers get in the zone This has been an unprecedented season for the IMOCA Class. Everyone is well aware that this has been an unprecedented season for the IMOCA Cclass and an unprecedented way to build-up to the Vendée Globe, with all the restrictions and difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 30 Sep 22:50 PDT Spinnaker not required Spinnaker not required Jazz Fish preps for annual tradition of racing in the NYYC Annual Regatta There are some sailors who might turn up their noses at the thought of a long weekend of jib-and-main racing in the 166th edition of the NYYC's Annual Regatta. No spinnaker, no fun, they might add, when pressed. Paul Koch is not one of those sailors. by New York Yacht Club Posted 30 Sep 13:30 PDT Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez day 3 Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez day 3 It's a kind of magic! Wind, sunshine and the most beautiful classic and modern boats racing in the bay of Saint Tropez. Who could ask for more, particularly on a day which was forecast to be oh so very different? by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 30 Sep 13:17 PDT The Hague to become sailing capital in 2023 The Hague to become sailing capital in 2023 2022 Sailing Worlds moved to the summer of 2023 The Hague will become the international sailing capital in 2023 following a joint decision by World Sailing, the Royal Netherlands Watersport Association, the municipality of The Hague and TIG Sports to move the 2022 Sailing Worlds to the summer of 2023. by Daniel Smith, World Sailing Posted 30 Sep 09:21 PDT Barton Expands in the USA Barton Expands in the USA With the launch of Barton US Barton Marine is expanding in the USA with the launch of Barton US LLC. Well respected across the globe for its comprehensive range of sailboat hardware, made by sailors for sailors, the new dedicated local US presence will hugely boost service levels. by Chris Jones Posted 30 Sep 04:31 PDT America's Cup Rialto: Te Aihe resumes training America's Cup Rialto: Te Aihe resumes training Emirates Team New Zealand was back out on the Waitemata Harbour, and on the old America's Cup course Emirates Team New Zealand was back out on the Waitemata Harbour, and on the old America's Cup course off the East Coast Bays, training in an offshore breeze of 18-20kts gusting to 25kts. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 30 Sep 04:31 PDT America's Cup Rialto:Teams caught by social media America's Cup Rialto:Teams caught by social media America's Cup Rialto: Sept 24, 2020 - Teams caught by candid social media America's Cup challengers have learned that it is very hard to fly under the social media radar in New Zealand, demonstrated by incidents involving Italian Luna Rossa and USA's American Challenge. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 30 Sep 02:43 PDT Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez day 2 Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez day 2 A change of weather to reshuffle the cards A bracing breeze yesterday, light wind today. True to form, the Bay of Saint Tropez has it all, spicing up play for the crews bent on hunting down every breath of breeze from one side of the race zone to the other. by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 29 Sep 14:55 PDT Flying Fifteen WA State Championships Flying Fifteen WA State Championships Three days of racing at Fremantle Sailing Club The three day 2020 Flying Fifteen WA State Championship regatta got under way in Fremantle in Western Australia with 30 competitors all rigged, briefed and ready to go for a first race starting at 1100hrs. by Jonny Fullerton Posted 29 Sep 13:15 PDT Bella Mente Racing third at NYYC Race Week Bella Mente Racing third at NYYC Race Week "It has been a great ten days of sailing, that's for sure!" said New Zealander Mike Sanderson The Queen's Cup, staged by the New York Yacht Club (NYYC) since 1953 and offering as its prize one of the Club's oldest and most prestigious trophies, was for many years held during the Club's Annual Cruise. by Barby MacGowan Posted 29 Sep 12:48 PDT Let the GKA Distance Battle commence Let the GKA Distance Battle commence The war of the summer is about to begin The GKA Distance Battle starts today. The war of the summer is about to begin, your favourite athletes from around the world are battle ready and eager for the event to start. by Kate Chandler Posted 29 Sep 11:28 PDT The Evolution of Sailboat Coaching The Evolution of Sailboat Coaching The landscape of both professional sailing and coaching has changed significantly Over the past six months, the landscape of both professional sailing and coaching has changed significantly. Most people haven't been able to get out racing as much, but what hasn't changed is peoples thirst for knowledge. by Andrew 'Dog' Palfrey Posted 29 Sep 07:49 PDT Pineapple Cup-Montego Bay Race postponed to 2022 Pineapple Cup-Montego Bay Race postponed to 2022 The health and well-being of the teams, staff, volunteers and partners are the highest priority It is with great regret that the Montego Bay Yacht Club and Manuka Sports Event Management announce the unavoidable postponement of the 2021 Pineapple Cup-Montego Bay Race. by Julianna Barbieri Posted 28 Sep 17:08 PDT Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez day 1 Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez day 1 A fast and famous start! Over to the sport! And what a way to go! The bay of Saint Tropez was decked out in all her finery today in a strong breeze, azure skies, glorious sunshine and navy-blue seas. by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 28 Sep 13:22 PDT INEOS TEAM UK's new race boat heads for NZ INEOS TEAM UK's new race boat heads for NZ Code Name 'RB2' on a four-day journey aboard an Antonov cargo plane The second race boat built by INEOS TEAM UK in their bid to win the America's Cup, sport's oldest international trophy, is bound for New Zealand. by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 28 Sep 13:00 PDT Sailing provides a glimmer of light Sailing provides a glimmer of light September has been a busy month for the sport September has been a busy month for sailing in the UK. A few of the major venues, such as the Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) and Datchet Water Sailing Club, managed to host major events in a Covid-secure fashion. by Mark Jardine Posted 28 Sep 13:00 PDT 56th Congressional Cup dates set 56th Congressional Cup dates set Grade One Match Racing competition to be held in May 2021 Founded and hosted by Long Beach Yacht Club since 1965, the Grade One competition is known as the 'grandfather of match racing' and pioneer of on-the-water umpiring that is the standard in yacht racing today. by Betsy Crowfoot Posted 28 Sep 12:40 PDT WASZP GPS Challenge - Current leaderboard WASZP GPS Challenge - Current leaderboard A number of entries over the weekend from many countries We have had a number of entries over the weekend from many countries and it is getting tight at the top. We have two weeks left of the event window and plenty of chances to grab the win! by WASZP class Posted 28 Sep 06:37 PDT Oakcliff Triple Crown Stage 1 Oakcliff Triple Crown Stage 1 Delivers opportunities to measure progress The first stage of the Oakcliff Triple Crown Series has concluded with US Sailing Team athletes Stu McNay and Dave Huges (Miami, Fla.), and Carmen and Emma Cowles (Larchmont, N.Y.) comfortably taking first and second place, respectively. by US Sailing Team Posted 28 Sep 04:49 PDT Annapolis YC Double-Handed Distance Race 2020 Annapolis YC Double-Handed Distance Race 2020 The largest double-handed overnight race of the 2020 USA season With thirty-eight entries confirmed in three classes, the Annapolis YC's Double-Handed Distance on October 3rd & 4th is the largest double-handed overnight race of the 2020 USA season. by J/Boats Posted 27 Sep 23:27 PDT Doyle Sails News - Shockwave..Doyle Moth and more Doyle Sails News - Shockwave..Doyle Moth and more September 2020 - Shockwave - new Doyle Moth sail - J70 UK Nationals - Staysails Doyle Sails News - September 2020 - Featuring the Shockwave multihull..Doyles Moth sail - 3kg lighter with a structured luff .. a look aboard Steinlager 2 ..all you ever need to know about stay sails... Doyle at the Digital Boatshow. by Doyle Sails Posted 27 Sep 21:36 PDT Meet the Vendée Globe skippers: Manuel Cousin Meet the Vendée Globe skippers: Manuel Cousin A business executive who is chasing his dream He is a business executive who is chasing his dream, after 20 years in the motor industry he moved to Les Sables d'Olonne to further his IMOCA project as he transitioned to full time sailor. by Vendee Globe Posted 27 Sep 20:44 PDT Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez: Sunday in the sunshine Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez: Sunday in the sunshine Il Moro di Venezia wins Yacht Club de France Autumn Cup Enjoying a fine breeze and bright sunshine, the splendid arrival in race format of the classic yachts competing in the Yacht Club de France's Autumn Cup kicks off play for Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez 2020. by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 27 Sep 13:58 PDT 64th Annual Wirth M. Munroe Ocean Race set for Dec 64th Annual Wirth M. Munroe Ocean Race set for Dec Coastal Classic will feature popular two-course format; COVID-19 safety protocols added The Sailfish Club of Florida and Storm Trysail Club said today its 64rd Annual Wirth M. Munroe Ocean Race will be sailed as scheduled on Friday, December 4th and will feature the two-course format with starts in Miami and Fort Lauderdale by Storm Trysail Club Posted 27 Sep 05:47 PDT Meet the Clipper Race Crew: Ian Wang Meet the Clipper Race Crew: Ian Wang Ian and his 20 teammates raced the ten other identical yachts for 24 hours per day “This is probably the most extreme thing I will ever do in my entire life!” Says Ian Wang a 43-year-old, Software architect, from Cardiff, who traded computers for sailing spending four months racing 15,000 miles from London, UK, to Fremantle, Australia. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 27 Sep 02:44 PDT 18ft Skiffs: Jack Macartney - tech2 18ft Skiffs: Jack Macartney - tech2 Jack Macartney will be back with tech2 in the Australian 18 Footers League's 2020-2021 Season The current Australian 18ft Skiff champion Jack Macartney will be back with tech2 in the Australian 18 Footers League's 2020-2021 Season fleet to defend his title and to wipe out the memory of a disappointing JJ Giltinan Championship sailed earlier by Frank Quealey Posted 26 Sep 22:46 PDT J-Bird III Restoration Series: Part 6 J-Bird III Restoration Series: Part 6 Going topless! In parts 1 - 5 we have explored the purchase, haul out and delivery from Sydney to Brisbane of the World's First TP52, a vessel we rescued from becoming scrap. by Ocean Crusaders Posted 26 Sep 22:32 PDT NYYC Race Week at Newport overall NYYC Race Week at Newport overall Consistency across a range of sailing conditions rewards team and Culver with top Race Week prizes The toughest calls on the final day of Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex were left to the race committee. Fog and a disappearing breeze made getting racing in a distinct challenge. by New York Yacht Club Posted 26 Sep 22:27 PDT America's Cup: 12 mths of AC75 sailing reviewed America's Cup: 12 mths of AC75 sailing reviewed It has been 12 months since the AC75's started sailing - how has the class and event shaped up? It has been 12 months since the first AC75's started sailing - Emirates Team New Zealand in Auckland, and American Magic in Rhode Island. There's just three months to the first/third America's Cup World Cup Series. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 26 Sep 21:50 PDT Oakcliff Triple Crown Series preview Oakcliff Triple Crown Series preview U.S. Sailing Team's 470s will sail for first time in 9 months This weekend, US Sailing Team 470 athletes will head to Oakcliff Sailing and Seawanhaka Yacht Club for the first stage of the 2020 Oakcliff Triple Crown Series. by US Sailing Team Posted 26 Sep 09:13 PDT Finding Vendée sponsors in spite of the crisis Finding Vendée sponsors in spite of the crisis Romain Attanasio manages to secure a partnership during lockdown Given the current public health situation and the economic difficulties that have arisen, there was the fear that some sailors who had not completed their budget for the Vendée Globe might have found it hard to find sponsors. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 26 Sep 06:43 PDT Entry open foLes Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille Entry open foLes Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille April 2021 will see the 12th edition More than ever, the organizers are putting their faith in the future and promising to organize an event with the same excellence as past years, where conversation, competition, and conviviality are on the roster. by Laura Muma Posted 25 Sep 06:36 PDT Kit you should carry when sailing at night Kit you should carry when sailing at night Considering night vision and man-overboard safety The nights may be drawing in, however, there's no need to shorten your sailing days. Sailing into dusk and through the night can be one of the most exhilarating and rewarding experiences. by Liz Rushall Posted 25 Sep 04:00 PDT NYYC Race Week at Newport day 2 NYYC Race Week at Newport day 2 Waka Jawaka walks away from the competition in Melges IC37 Class With just a few days to get up to speed in a new one-design class, Michael Goldfarb (Seattle, Wash.) knew exactly where to focus his Waka Jawaka crew's energy. by New York Yacht Club Posted 24 Sep 23:33 PDT 17th PalmaVela Regatta postponed 17th PalmaVela Regatta postponed RCNP's president announces very hard decision The Regatta organisers, headed by Emerico Fuster, president of the RCNP, have announced the decision today after considering the different options for organization and participation. by Alejandro Varela Posted 24 Sep 12:15 PDT Rolex Middle Sea Race edges closer Rolex Middle Sea Race edges closer 79 boats representing 21 countries are currently registered A diverse and attractive fleet given the circumstances, with some fascinating entries. The Royal Malta Yacht Club (RMYC) continues to take nothing for granted. by Rolex Middle Sea Race Media Posted 24 Sep 07:57 PDT Vendee Globe: Sleep is an essential requirement Vendee Globe: Sleep is an essential requirement With a direct impact on safety and performance In the very specific, rarefied world of solo ocean racing, sleep has a direct impact on safety and performance. In this first part, we begin with the subject of data with Thomas Ruyant. by Vendee Globe Posted 24 Sep 06:05 PDT
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