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49 nations registered for Princesa Sofía Iberostar 49 nations registered for Princesa Sofía IberostarThe Laser Standard and Radial have recorded over 200 entriesThe 49 Trofeo Princesa Sofía Iberostar promises to be one of the most contested in the history of the regatta with the high number of experienced teams that will race against the young squads battling for gold at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.by Event Media Posted 24 Feb 05:39 PST Five classes get green light by WS for Paris 2024 Five classes get green light by WS for Paris 2024Classes not amongst those put up for review by World SailingWorld Sailing has announced that it has put up for review the events represented by the 470 M/W, Finn, and RSX M/W.by Ben Remocker Posted 23 Feb 22:17 PST Points on scoreboard for new Barcelona World Race Points on scoreboard for new Barcelona World RaceBarcelona World Race 2018/19 reveals another new featureThe Barcelona World Race 2018/19 reveals another new feature: rankings will be by points and not by time taken across both legs. The new system is aimed at boosting the competitive edge of the round the world regatta.by Barcelona World Race Posted 23 Feb 18:54 PST Volvo Ocean Race Leg 6 Day 17 Volvo Ocean Race Leg 6 Day 17The drag race south beginsSkipper Simeon Tienpont's team made the most of slightly better wind and angle as they sailed round the outside of previous frontrunners Turn the Tide on Plastic along with Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallwag.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 23 Feb 14:29 PST Bam! and Scarlet Island Girl win in Antigua Bam! and Scarlet Island Girl win in AntiguaDay 5 of RORC Caribbean 600The Club House Bar and Restaurant was buzzing until dawn for the fifth day of the RORC Caribbean 600, with stories flowing about an epic race around 11 Caribbean islands.by Louay Habib Posted 23 Feb 14:02 PST Close fought battle in inaugural Clipper Race Close fought battle in inaugural Clipper RaceThe inaugural Clipper Round the World Yacht Race stopover in Sanya, has begun in spectacular fashionThe 4,300 nautical mile race from the Whitsundays, Australia, to Sanya proved to also be the inaugural win and fourth podium for PSP Logistics.by Kathryn Foulkes Posted 23 Feb 13:46 PST RORC Caribbean 600: Hat-trick for Rambler 88 RORC Caribbean 600: Hat-trick for Rambler 88George David's American Maxi wins IRC Zero overallRambler 88 revelled in the heavy airs race, setting a new monohull race record and by winning IRC Zero, completed a hatrick of trophies. Rambler 88 scorched around the track in an elapsed time of 37 hours 41 minutes and 45 secondsby Louay Habib Posted 23 Feb 09:47 PST SAP extends Extreme Sailing Series™ sponsorship SAP extends Extreme Sailing Series™ sponsorshipRenewal will see the partnership reach a decadeOC Sport, owner and organiser of the Extreme Sailing Series™, is thrilled to announce an extension of their technology sponsorship with German software giant SAP, for a further four years.by Extreme Sailing Series Posted 23 Feb 05:48 PST POLA Harbor Cup preview POLA Harbor Cup previewTop-notch intercollegiate big boat racing enters its second decadeTop-notch intercollegiate big boat racing enters its second decade here, when the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Cup regatta returns March 9 to 11, 2018.by Betsy Crowfoot Posted 23 Feb 05:03 PST Schweppes Viper Worlds at Perth overall Schweppes Viper Worlds at Perth overallAnother family world titleThe Jerwood/de Vries family combination is well known at Australian Sailing headquarters, where Nia Jerwood and Monique de Vries are Australian representatives in the 470 class. This time it is their parents in the spotlight.by Bernie Kaaks Posted 23 Feb 03:46 PST Volvo OR should be a parade to Auckland Volvo OR should be a parade to AucklandVolvo racers still four days from AucklandThe six strong Volvo Ocean Race should now be clear of the light winds that have beset the fleetby Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 23 Feb 02:26 PST RORC Caribbean 600: She'll be right RORC Caribbean 600: She'll be rightMorticia is the smallest yacht to finish the tough 2018 RORC Caribbean 600Shaun Carroll's Australian modified Sea Cart 30 Morticia is the smallest yacht to finish the tough 2018 RORC Caribbean 600. The team of four Aussies from North Queensland and New South Wales came a long way to Antigua, with one intention - to finish raceby Louay Habib Posted 22 Feb 22:03 PST RORC Caribbean 600: Vive la France! RORC Caribbean 600: Vive la France!Catherine Pourre, racing Eärendil has won the Class40 divisionFrench skipper Catherine Pourre, racing Eärendil has won the Class40 division for the RORC Caribbean 600, setting a new record for the 600-mile race around 11 Caribbean islands.by Louay Habib Posted 22 Feb 21:55 PST RORC Caribbean 600 day 3 RORC Caribbean 600 day 3High winds and mighty seas continued for third day of RORC Caribbean 600High winds and mighty seas continued for the third day of the 2018 RORC Caribbean 600. Eight teams have finished the race and 34 yachts have now officially retired, with 40 teams still racing.by Louay Habib Posted 22 Feb 14:08 PST Flying Phantom Series set for take-off in 2018 Flying Phantom Series set for take-off in 2018The Phantoms are smaller and lighter than the GC32s that race in the Extreme Sailing Series.Following a highly successful first year, the Flying Phantom Series is set to lift-off alongside the Extreme Sailing Series™ once again in 2018, providing even more high-speed racing for fans around the world.by Extreme Sailing Series Posted 22 Feb 10:47 PST PSP Logistics celebrates first Clipper Race win PSP Logistics celebrates first Clipper Race winPSP Logistics claims a maiden win and fourth podiumPSP Logistics, Skippered by British sailor Matt Mitchell, has marked the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race's first visit to Sanya in China by claiming a maiden win and fourth podium of the 2017-18 edition of the race.by Morgan Kasmarik Posted 22 Feb 07:38 PST Volvo Ocean Race Leg 6 Day 16 Volvo Ocean Race Leg 6 Day 16Dee Caffari was preparing to lead her team through the world's second-largest barrier reefCaffari said she will thread her Turn the Tide on Plastic crew through the Grand Passage, a narrow gap in the barrier reef surrounding the South Pacific island chain of New Caledonia, in the hunt for the tiniest of time advantages.by Volvo Ocean Race Posted 22 Feb 07:23 PST Home Build International Moth Blog 4 Home Build International Moth Blog 4What a difference a week makes!Since the last post, much has changed. I have a water tight platform that really stands out from the crowd.by James Sainsbury Posted 22 Feb 07:00 PST Schweppes Viper Worlds at Perth day 3 Schweppes Viper Worlds at Perth day 3Today's breezes remained relatively steady between 250 and 260 degreesIn perfect conditions on Perth's picturesque Swan River in Western Australia, another four races of the program were completed, leaving just two to go on tomorrow's final day.by Bernie Kaaks Posted 22 Feb 06:55 PST Conrad Humphreys joins OSTAR 2020 Conrad Humphreys joins OSTAR 2020Plymouth yachtsman becomes Race AmbassadorPlymouth yachtsman Conrad Humphreys has joined the OSTAR 2020 team as 'race ambassador'. Conrad competed in the TRANSAT in 2004 onboard the Open 60 Hellomoto before going on to finish 7th in the Vendee Globe race.by Neil Dunkley Posted 22 Feb 06:30 PST
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