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Colligo Marine Bobstay Colligo Marine Bobstay Take a closer look at Colligo Marine adjustable synthetic bobstays! Take a closer look at Colligo Marine adjustable synthetic bobstays! Custom rigging is always available, so you have several options for your bowsprit. by Colligo Marine Posted 29 Nov 13:17 PST Team France wraps up 2nd Leg in good form Team France wraps up 2nd Leg in good form The 2nd leg of this year's Sailing Arabia The 2nd leg of this year's Sailing Arabia - The Tour ended with Team France still in the lead as the gap to DB Schenker in second grew to four points. by Oman Sail Posted 29 Nov 11:08 PST Transat Jacques Vabre Day 23 update Transat Jacques Vabre Day 23 update Class 40 podium shared by 3 nations and an Olympian The Class 40 victory has gone to Redman, co-skippered by Frenchman Antoine Carpentier and Pablo Santurde Del Arco of Spain. Second place went to Banque Du Léman, third to Seafrigo-Sogestran. by TJV Media Posted 29 Nov 10:56 PST McIntyre Adventure Globe 5.80 Transat leg 2 update McIntyre Adventure Globe 5.80 Transat leg 2 update First 1000nm completed for and another 2000nm to Antigua The four leading boats are currently leaving the Cabo Verde Islands in their wake while Jim Schofield in his Molly Claire, who took a more conservative start and missed the first weather system, is crossing the latitude of Nouadhibou in Mauritania. by Globe 5.80 Transat Posted 29 Nov 04:47 PST Planet Sail Episode 15: A new plan Planet Sail Episode 15: A new plan From dogs on foils, to demolishing one of the sailing world's best known landmarks From dogs on foils, to demolishing one of the sailing world's best known landmarks, from the future of the America's Cup, to a new course for the classic fully crewed race around the world, there's stacks going on in this episode. by Matt Sheahan Posted 29 Nov 03:51 PST A bittersweet arrival for Malama in Martinique A bittersweet arrival for Malama in Martinique Finishing the Transat Jacques Vabre in 13th place On Sunday November 28 at 2204 local (0204 UTC on November 29), 11th Hour Racing Team's brand new 60-foot race boat 'Malama' crossed the finish line of the Transat Jacques Vabre in Fort-de-France, Martinique, taking 13th place in the 22-strong IMOCA Class. by 11th Hour Racing Team Posted 28 Nov 22:27 PST Rush-hour in Martinique Rush-hour in Martinique As Arkea Paprec leads the mid-fleet finishers in the IMOCA Class With the podium settled with the arrival of Charal on Saturday, it was rush-hour at the Transat Jacques Vabre finish today in the IMOCA Class, as six boats reached the line spread over just seven hours. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 28 Nov 11:39 PST Transat Jacques Vabre Day 22 update Transat Jacques Vabre Day 22 update Grandstand finishes in the IMOCA class After more than twenty days at sea the difference between fourth and fifth in the IMOCA class was just 21 minutes 40 seconds between Britain's Sam Davies on Initiatives Coeur and an all-French crew aboard Arkéa-Paprec. by TJV Media Posted 28 Nov 07:28 PST 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura overall 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura overall Maeder and Newland win in high winds Big offshore gusts and sunny skies delivered a barnstorming conclusion to the 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura. Max Maeder of Singapore came out on top of a thrilling duel with Axel Mazella from France. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 28 Nov 02:11 PST 18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 2 18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 2 Defending champions back to their best form The defending champion Tech2 team was back to its best form on Sydney Harbour today when the crew of Jack Macartney, Lewis Brake and Luke Parkinson produced a come-from-behind performance to take an exciting victory. by Frank Quealey Posted 28 Nov 01:26 PST Transat Jacques Vabre Day 21 update Transat Jacques Vabre Day 21 update Monohulls continue to thrill Charal's arrival completes the IMOCA podium but the racing rages on, especially for 4th and 5th between Initiatives Coeur and Arkéa-Paprec. The front of the Class 40 remains incredibly close with the current leader now just 600 miles from the finish. by TJV Media Posted 27 Nov 09:02 PST Team France enjoys a strong start Team France enjoys a strong start To Sailing Arabia – The Tour 2021 The 11th edition of Sailing Arabia - The Tour returned to grace the clear blue seas just off the coast of the Barceló Mussanah Resort earlier this week with six teams representing five different nations ready to tackle Oman's premier offshore race. by Oman Sail Posted 27 Nov 06:46 PST Why did they sign up for Global Solo Challenge? Why did they sign up for Global Solo Challenge? We asked our skippers what brought them to the race We asked our skippers what brought them to sign up for the Global Solo Challenge and below we picked a selection of answers which gives a feel of how the event is perceived by entrants. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 27 Nov 03:01 PST Kyle Langford takes SailGP Trophy to hometown Kyle Langford takes SailGP Trophy to hometown To celebrate the return of the Australia Sail Grand Prix I Sydney presented by KPMG Ahead of the upcoming Australia Sail Grand Prix presented by KPMG, defending SailGP champion Kyle Langford and helmsman for the Japan SailGP Team Nathan Outteridge surprised the Lake Macquarie community by visiting with the SailGP Championship trophy. by Olivia Hogan Posted 26 Nov 21:39 PST Maverick sails into the OK Dinghy Corral Maverick sails into the OK Dinghy Corral Maverick has several new edges on established design and build features for the 65yr old class A new OK Dinghy is rolling off the production line in Auckland. Built by four times America's Cup champion Mattie Mason, the new OK shape is designed for the heavier sailor, but will work for lighter sailors, too. The design has a lot of new features. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 26 Nov 13:37 PST 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura day 3 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura day 3 Swirly Fuerteventura pours cold water on the kitefoilers Rain clouds played havoc with day three of 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura, the wind never settling down sufficiently for any racing. by Andy Rice / IKA Posted 26 Nov 13:02 PST Transat Jacques Vabre Day 20 update Transat Jacques Vabre Day 20 update More podium finishes The IMOCA podium will soon be complete as the battles in the chasing fleet intensify. The damaged Ultime, Sodebo 3 is expected to end her heroic race tonight. The Class 40 leaders continue to be bunched together as sailors struggle in the soaring heat. by TJV Media Posted 26 Nov 07:56 PST It's Friday again... but not any Friday It's Friday again... but not any Friday Up to 15% off across all Sea Sure affiliated brands Up to 15% off across all Sea Sure affiliated brands for Black Friday 2021. This covers Blacks & Taylors, WBV Shock Mitigation Solutions, and Sea Sure too. by Sea Sure Posted 26 Nov 07:00 PST Make a positive impact this Blue Friday... Make a positive impact this Blue Friday... Henri-Lloyd striving towards a more sustainable future As we strive towards a more sustainable future, we are increasingly passionate in our belief in offering exceptional quality clothing that lasts, at one great, everyday price. This Blue Friday we are asking you to only buy what you need. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 26 Nov 05:00 PST Join the Andrew Simpson Yachting team! Join the Andrew Simpson Yachting team! Andrew Simpson Foundation are recruiting for a Sales & Communications Coordinator Andrew Simpson Yachting are recruiting for a Sales & Communications Coordinator by Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation Posted 26 Nov 04:30 PST 70 years of going Dutch 70 years of going Dutch The UK's part in the history of the Flying Dutchman Since the early 1950s the Flying Dutchman has been one of the pinnacles of performance sailing. What though is the secret behind this amazing and often ground-breaking boat? by Dougal Henshall Posted 26 Nov 04:00 PST 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura day 2 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura day 2 Three bullets fire Max Maeder into early lead 15 years old but strong as on old ox, Max Maeder was fast out of the blocks at the 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura. Three back-to-back bullets in the pre-lunch session of double-lap races launched Maeder into an early and decisive lead. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 26 Nov 02:25 PST The Zhik Black Friday sale is on NOW The Zhik Black Friday sale is on NOW 30% off a wide variety of Zhik favourites Running until 2 December, the sale offers 30% off a wide variety of Zhik favourites as well as new lines including the OFS800 offshore gear, the new Cell Insulated mid-layer jackets, Tech Fleece range and a new line of Soft Shell Jackets. by Zhik Posted 25 Nov 23:45 PST And thank you very much… And thank you very much… It all started with an announcement that there would be no less than eight model launches... Been a big year for Maritimo. It started with an announcement that there would be no less than eight model launches or announcements during the course of 2021 by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World Posted 25 Nov 19:00 PST Ruyant and Lagravière storm to IMOCA victory Ruyant and Lagravière storm to IMOCA victory LinkedOut team win the Transat Jacques Vabre On a beautiful morning off Fort de France in Martinique, the blue and white Guillaume Verdier-designed IMOCA LinkedOut, sailed by Thomas Ruyant and Morgan Lagravière completed a comprehensive victory in the fifteenth Transat Jacques Vabre today. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Posted 25 Nov 10:23 PST Transat Jacques Vabre Day 19 update Transat Jacques Vabre Day 19 update Boat damage and bad weather hits fleet The winner of the last edition of the race in the Class 40 has sustained keel damage, whilst bad weather off Martinique may delay the finish for the leading IMOCAs. by TJV Media Posted 25 Nov 04:00 PST 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura day 1 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura day 1 No wind doesn't mean no fun in Fuerteventura With ages ranging in the fleet from 14 to early 50s, from keen weekend warriors to Olympic aspirants, there is a great appetite for enjoying beach life, even when the breeze refuses to get up over 5 knots. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 25 Nov 02:04 PST SailGP's Adopt-a-Club program launches in Sydney SailGP's Adopt-a-Club program launches in Sydney The global league's eight national teams partner with local clubs to support youth sailing programs SailGP Inspire's Adopt-a-Club community outreach program makes its debut in Sydney at the Australia Sail Grand Prix presented by KPMG, taking place December 17-18. by SailGP Posted 25 Nov 02:00 PST JVT: A Thursday start for Sails of Change JVT: A Thursday start for Sails of Change A fresh Jules Verne Trophy record attempt Dona Bertarelli, Yann Guichard and their nine crew will begin a fresh Jules Verne Trophy record attempt this Thursday. by Spindrift racing Posted 24 Nov 14:39 PST A promising debut for Trimaran SVR-Lazartigue A promising debut for Trimaran SVR-Lazartigue The future is very bright for this new boat Second in the Transat Jacques Vabre, the Trimaran SVR-Lazartigue, only launched in July, managed to demonstrate her massive potential to full effect. by Trimaran SVR Lazartigue Posted 24 Nov 11:02 PST Beam reaching to the finish Beam reaching to the finish The final stages of a classic Transat Jacques Vabre in the IMOCA Class The breeze looks patchy over the final miles to the finish at Fort de France on Martinique, but Thomas Ruyant and Morgan Lagravière are firmly on course for LinkedOut's first big win in the IMOCA Class. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Posted 24 Nov 08:43 PST AYC announces 2022 Race Officials Symposium AYC announces 2022 Race Officials Symposium Annapolis Yacht Club has a well-earned reputation for top-flight race management Annapolis Yacht Club has a well-earned reputation for top-flight race management. It is a tradition established by such renowned race committee chairmen as Gaither Scott, Ron Ward and Chip Thayer. That legacy is maintained to this day. by Annapolis Yacht Club Posted 24 Nov 06:59 PST Start date confirmed for The Ocean Race 2022-23 Start date confirmed for The Ocean Race 2022-23 Two race fleets will assemble in Alicante, the Spanish home of the Race Two race fleets will assemble in Alicante, the Spanish home of the Race, for the winter holiday period in 2022 before a mid-January 2023 start for leg one of the around the world race. by The Ocean Race Posted 24 Nov 05:55 PST Sailing Arabia - The Tour 2021 returns this week Sailing Arabia - The Tour 2021 returns this week A strong multi-national fleet for the 11th edition The 11th edition of Sailing Arabia - The Tour, Oman's premier offshore race, returns this week with teams representing Oman and Europe racing at four venues along the nation's coastline in a combination of coastal raids and in-port races. by Oman Sail Posted 24 Nov 04:12 PST Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders are hiring! Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders are hiring! Opportunity for a Sales & Marketing Manager and also a Marine Engineer Lloyd Stevenson Boatbuilders (LSB) specialises in the construction of custom-built composite and timber vessels, and are offering the opportunity for a Sales & Marketing Manager and also a Marine Engineer to join their team by Luke Hill/Lloyd Stevenson. Boatbuilders Posted 24 Nov 03:42 PST Transat Jacques Vabre Day 18 update Transat Jacques Vabre Day 18 update ltim podium complete as monohulls race to finish The Ultime podium is complete. Late last night SVR-Lazartigue took second place ahead of Banque Populaire XI. The leading IMOCAs are due in Martinique on Thursday as the Class 40 make good progress across the Atlantic. by TJV Media Posted 24 Nov 02:23 PST America's Cup: Facilities move to Cork docklands America's Cup: Facilities move to Cork docklands Irish media are reporting that America's Cup bases are relocating to use publicly owned land at Tivo Irish media are reporting that America's Cup bases are relocating to use publicly owned land at Tivoli Docks, rather than the initial proposal for upgrading a private dockyard in Cobh. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 24 Nov 02:04 PST Diverse fleet set to make waves in 2021 RSHYR Diverse fleet set to make waves in 2021 RSHYR Headlined by the battle for the Tattersall Cup A diverse and competitive fleet will chase history in the 2021 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, headlined by the battle for the Tattersall Cup and the introduction of the Two-Handed Division. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 23 Nov 20:38 PST 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura preview 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura preview Ready for furious foiling action in the Canary Islands World-class foiling competition is about to get going in the year-round warmth of the Canary Islands, as 48 competitors line up for the start of the 2021 KiteFoil World Series Fuerteventura. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 23 Nov 15:08 PST USST integrates Garmin into their Training Program USST integrates Garmin into their Training Program US Sailing Team sailors used Garmin wearables from the Quatix and Forerunner series In training for Tokyo, and while racing on Sagami Bay this summer, the US Sailing Team used Garmin wearables and handhelds to provide both sailors and coaches meaningful insights. by US Sailing Team Posted 23 Nov 08:12 PST
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