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Don Suter on the Whitebread Round the Whirl Regatt Don Suter on the Whitebread Round the Whirl Regatt An interview with Don Suter on the Whitebread Round the Whirl Regatta I checked in with Don Suter, regatta chair of the Peconic Bay Sailing Association's Whitebread Round the Whirl Regatta, via email, to learn more about this exciting early autumn regatta. by David Schmidt Posted 29 Sep 08:00 PDT Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 3 Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 3 Sled working a particular magic in Tuscany to extend their lead The waters of the Golfo di Follonica, Tuscany continue to deliver excellent racing conditions for the Royal Cup 52 SUPER SERIES Scarlino. by 52 Super Series Posted 29 Sep 09:53 PDT New ILCA Mainsheet Blocks from Allen New ILCA Mainsheet Blocks from Allen 18 months of development and testing comes to fruition This new set of ILCA mainsheet blocks has been under development and testing for the past 18 months, and we are now pleased to announce the new blocks are now in stock and ready to improve your sheeting experience! by Allen Posted 29 Sep 01:00 PDT Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 2 Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 2 Tied at the top in Tuscany after four races After four races at the Royal Cup 52 SUPER SERIES Scarlino regatta in Tuscany, Italy there have now been different winners. Takashi Okura's 2021 circuit champions Sled are tied with Quantum Racing at the top. by 52 Super Series Posted 28 Sep 21:21 PDT 2022 J/111 North American Championship day 1 2022 J/111 North American Championship day 1 Lake Erie rocking on the opening day The magic number on the first day of the J/111 North American Championship hosted by Lakeside Yacht Club in Cleveland, OH was eight: eight boats, eight-foot waves and 18 knots of breeze. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 28 Sep 16:21 PDT America's Cup: Recon Diary - Pretty Epic America's Cup: Recon Diary - Pretty Epic Burling and Tuke stepped aboard ETNZ's AC40 for a blustery first taste of the AC40 Returning to New Zealand from the European summer circuits, Pete Burling and Blair Tuke wasted no time in re-joining the extensive Kiwi testing programme, stepping aboard ETNZ's AC40 for a blustery first taste of the most sensational boat of 2022. by Magnus Wheatley/America's Cup Media Posted 28 Sep 15:42 PDT WASZP and SailGP Inspire in Cadiz WASZP and SailGP Inspire in Cadiz 16 of Spain's future stars given 5 days of training and racing The final European leg of SailGP Season 3 took place in Cadiz, Spain over the weekend. WASZP and SailGP Inspire welcomed 16 of Spain's future stars to Centro Náutico Elcano for five days of training and racing. by WASZP class Posted 28 Sep 14:51 PDT GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Dakhla day 1 GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Dakhla day 1 Waves are back on the agenda! Day one is complete at the GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Dakhla 2022 and waves are definitely back on the agenda as 41 male and female riders from 15 countries assembled to battle it out at Westpoint in Morocco. by GKA Kite World Tour Posted 28 Sep 11:53 PDT Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 14 Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 14 A great first day for the finals Building breeze and tight quarters for the first day of the finals. Winds started out on the lighter side but quickly built to 10-15 knots. by Hobie Racing Posted 28 Sep 11:28 PDT SailGP edges closer to Middle East debut SailGP edges closer to Middle East debut First-ever Dubai Sail Grand Prix presented by P&O Marinas this November As the sun sets on its event in Cádiz Spain, SailGP, the purpose-driven global racing championship, packs up and heads to the region for the first-ever Dubai Sail Grand Prix Presented by P&O Marinas, which will take place at Mina Rashid, November 12-13. by Salam Fiesal Posted 28 Sep 09:57 PDT Voting open for the 2022 World Sailing Awards Voting open for the 2022 World Sailing Awards Have a say in who wins the Rolex World Sailor of the Year and other awards The 2022 World Sailing Awards - celebrating the outstanding achievements and exceptional contributions throughout the sport of sailing - is now open for online voting! by World Sailing Posted 28 Sep 09:41 PDT SailGP Purpose and Impact Report SailGP Purpose and Impact Report 56 per cent reduction in temporary power related emissions, and more... SailGP, the world's first climate positive sport and entertainment property, has released its inaugural Purpose & Impact Report to showcase the environmental and social successes and challenges it has faced in its second season. by James Rigby Posted 28 Sep 07:12 PDT Cup Spy: Tuke impressed with AC40 Cup Spy: Tuke impressed with AC40 Peter Burling and Blair Tuke put the AC40 through its paces today in a fresh seabreeze. Fresh off the plane from the Sail GP regatta in Cadiz, Spain, Emirates Team New Zealand's Peter Burling and Blair Tuke put the AC40 through its paces on the Inner Hauraki Gulf today in a fresh seabreeze. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 28 Sep 01:34 PDT America's Cup: Recon Diary - Sept 27 - Alinghi RBR America's Cup: Recon Diary - Sept 27 - Alinghi RBR BoatZero and achieved good stints at speeds that were recorded at around 28 knots. It was late in the afternoon when the autumnal Barcelona wind Gods played ball, allowing Alinghi Red Bull Racing to unleash the massive power of BoatZero and achieve good stints at speeds that were recorded at around 28 knots. by Magnus Wheatley, America's Cup Media Posted 27 Sep 21:34 PDT Spain Sail Grand Prix highlights video Spain Sail Grand Prix highlights video Tricky conditions, massive fan turnout, the ultimate photo finish, a first-time winner The Spain Sail Grand Prix presented by NEAR in Cádiz had it all: tricky conditions, massive fan turnout, the ultimate photo finish and a first-time winner. by SailGP Posted 27 Sep 20:19 PDT Win for the Wings at Women's Match Race Denmark Win for the Wings at Women's Match Race Denmark Sweden's Anna Östling and her team defeat world no.1 ranked match racer Pauline Courtois in final Sweden's Anna Östling and the Wings Sailing Team have won the inaugural Women's Match Race Denmark at Skovshoved Harbour in Copenhagen, hosted by the Royal Danish Yacht Club. by World Match Racing Tour Posted 27 Sep 19:41 PDT Q&A with the top ten at the Gul Fireball Worlds Q&A with the top ten at the Gul Fireball Worlds What were the winning priorities at the Lough Derg event? What were the actual experiences of sailors at the event and in particular what were the winning techniques and priorities which saw the top teams make it to the podium? by Frank Miller Posted 27 Sep 15:37 PDT Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 13 Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 13 Another long day but the semis are in the books. Who made the cut? Similar to yesterday, racing for the final day of the semi-finals got under way shortly after 11:00 AM in the offshore breeze. The early race started off in 12 knots of breeze but, it didn't hold. As the wind got lighter during the race it became shifty. by Hobie Racing Posted 27 Sep 11:45 PDT Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 1 Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 1 Quantum Racing are back on form in Scarlino After two races in winds which topped 27kts in the gusts Quantum Racing lead the Royal Cup Scarlino 52 SUPER SERIES regatta. by 52 Super Series Posted 27 Sep 11:37 PDT New arrival in the Zhik range - Flight Jacket New arrival in the Zhik range - Flight Jacket A crew/shore jacket with a cosy recycled fleece lining Zhik's new ergonomically styled Flight Jacket crosses between street, dockside and the water. With a cosy 240gsm recycled fleece lining, this versatile jacket is made with a recycled, breathable and showerproof outer fabric. by Zhik Posted 27 Sep 09:00 PDT SailGP Update and look at Tasar Worlds 2022 SailGP Update and look at Tasar Worlds 2022 Sail-World's David Schmidt looks at the racing scene across North America The last two months have been full-on for the nine teams that are competing in SailGP's third season, with four events taking place over this time period. This translates to an event roughly every other weekend for this two-month period. by David Schmidt Posted 27 Sep 08:00 PDT Shirley Robertson talks with John Bertrand Shirley Robertson talks with John Bertrand Shirley Robertson talks with John Bertrand about conquering the Everest of sailing The fourth Series of Shirley Robertson's Sailing Podcast starts in emphatic fashion as double Olympic gold medallist Robertson sits down with the skipper of the America's Cup's first ever successful Challenger, Australian John Bertrand. by Shirley Robertson Posted 26 Sep 22:21 PDT Cup Critiqued: A significant week for AC2024 Cup Critiqued: A significant week for AC2024 It has been one of the more significant weeks in the now 18-month-old America's Cup 2024cycle. It has been one of the more significant weeks in the now 18-month-old America's Cup 2024 cycle. Sail-World NZ's Editor, Richard Gladwell looks What's happening with the teams in Auckland, Barcelona, China and Cadiz. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 26 Sep 22:11 PDT Iain Murray and Richard Slater in AC37 key roles Iain Murray and Richard Slater in AC37 key roles As Independent Regatta Director and Chief Umpire In a double announcement by America's Cup Events Limited it is confirmed today that Iain Murray has been appointed as Independent Regatta Director for the 37th America's Cup in Barcelona alongside Richard Slater who continues in the role as Chief Umpire. by 37th America's Cup media Posted 26 Sep 21:52 PDT 2022 J/70 North American Championship 2022 J/70 North American Championship Jud Smith's Ten bested 22 other teams to earn the title The J/70 North American Championship was hosted by Port Credit Yacht Club in Mississauga, ON Canada over the weekend. Conditions went from wild to weak over the eight races. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 26 Sep 18:16 PDT Planet Sail reviews SailGP Cadiz Planet Sail reviews SailGP Cadiz Video reports from the heart of the action in Spain The tide has turned in SailGP as the leader board gets shaken. The previously dominant Aussies are finding it increasingly hard to hold onto the top spot as the fleet learns how to sail fast. by Matt Sheahan Posted 26 Sep 15:05 PDT Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 12 Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 12 A long break between races in the but a great day on the water Racing for day 2 of the semi-finals got under way at 11:00 AM in the offshore breeze. The first session sailors did two back to back races. The first race of the day was sailed in 12 knots with flatter conditions. by Hobie Racing Posted 26 Sep 12:54 PDT Vascotto lays down the gauntlet with Platoon Vascotto lays down the gauntlet with Platoon In the Royal Cup 52 SUPER SERIES Scarlino practice races Two practice races in light breezes on the beautiful Gulf of Follonica out of Tuscany's Marina di Scarlino served as the final warm-up for what promises to be a brisk opening Tuesday to the Royal Cup 52 SUPER SERIES Scarlino. by 52 Super Series Posted 26 Sep 11:14 PDT Persico 69F Cup in Malcesine Persico 69F Cup in Malcesine Lake Garda delivered an amazing GP3 won by Groupe Atlantic Garda lake delivered great conditions this past week for the Persico 69F Cup, GP3 of the 2022 Season. 12 amazing races were finished by the nine teams competing with the winner to be crowned only after the last race, worth double points. by 69F Sailing Posted 26 Sep 09:03 PDT Clarion call for RORC Transatlantic Race Clarion call for RORC Transatlantic Race Huge variety of boats already registered for 2,995nm offshore race The ninth edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race, supported by Calero Marinas and the International Maxi Association is scheduled to start from Marina Lanzarote, Canary Islands on Sunday 8th of January 2023. by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 26 Sep 07:54 PDT Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards nominees Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards nominees Shortlist represents the wide range of disciplines in our sport World Sailing is very proud to announce the finalists in this year's Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards. by World Sailing Posted 26 Sep 02:49 PDT Save the Date: Bart's Bash 2023 Save the Date: Bart's Bash 2023 A huge thank you to everyone who took part and supported Bart's Bash this year We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part and supported Bart's Bash this year. It has been brilliant to see so many of the sailing community coming together again with people of all ages and abilities getting out on the water and racing. by The Bart's Bash Team Posted 25 Sep 21:42 PDT IC37 North American Championship IC37 North American Championship Gamecock struts to the win A year of hard work paid off for Peter McClennen's Gamecock team (above) as they blitzed a competitive 20-boat fleet to win the 2022 IC37 North American Championship. by Stuart Streuli Posted 25 Sep 21:16 PDT J/88 North American Championship Overall J/88 North American Championship Overall John and Jordan Leahey's Dutch wraps up the win The J/88 North American Championships wrapped this weekend, with John and Jordan Leahey's Dutch winning overall honors. Sailing in the Corinthian Division, Dutch also took home the prize for the top Corinthian boat. by Chicago Yacht Club Posted 25 Sep 19:36 PDT SailGP: Gremlins strike Brits in Cadiz SailGP: Gremlins strike Brits in Cadiz Great Britain SailGP Team finished a creditable fifth place overall in SailGP Cadiz + full replay The Great Britain SailGP Team finished fifth place overall, despite recurring technical issues at the Spain Sail Grand Prix, in challenging racing conditions. Rudder damage and a bad start to Race 5 killed the Brits chances for making the podium final. by Great Britain SailGP Posted 25 Sep 17:27 PDT Australia extend lead in SailGP Season Three Australia extend lead in SailGP Season Three Despite losing podium final to first-time Champions France, Australia is still top dog. Tom Singsby and his Australia SailGP Team still maintain their position as number one in the SailGP Season 3 leaderboard, despite losing the podium final to first ever SailGP winners, Quentin Delapeierre's French Team. by Olivia Hogan / Australia SailGP Team Posted 25 Sep 16:27 PDT SailGP: Kiwis finish sixth in Cadiz SailGP: Kiwis finish sixth in Cadiz Back end of the fleet finishes end New Zealand's chance of making their fourth successive final NZ's hopes of finishing on the podium for the fourth and final European event of the season were dashed after an eighth and seventh place finish in qualifying fleet races cost them the points needed for a spot in the winner-takes-all final.+ Full Replay. by Natalie Fortier & Sail-World.com/nz Posted 25 Sep 15:09 PDT Powered by Water Powered by Water There is the crossover between racing and cruising - but with sail and power? Plenty of times before, both here and also on our sister website, SailWorldCruisng.com, I have talked about the crossover between racing and cruising. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS Posted 25 Sep 15:00 PDT Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 11 Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 11 The Open Series semi finals are underway We had to wait for the wind, but it came. Another long onshore postponement waiting for the wind to settle and fill. Racing got under way at 2:00pm with 8-13 knots of wind from the NE, a direction we haven't seen yet. by Hobie Racing Posted 25 Sep 12:48 PDT Second podium finish in a row for US SailGP Team Second podium finish in a row for US SailGP Team Within striking distance of top half of SailGP league leaders In a thriller-to-the-finish final race today, the United States SailGP Team nearly claimed its second event victory, but finished the Spain Sail Grand Prix | Andalucía - Cádiz presented by NEAR in second place. by Laura Muma Posted 25 Sep 12:22 PDT
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