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Roland Fournier on the 2022 U.S. Finn Nationals Ch Roland Fournier on the 2022 U.S. Finn Nationals Ch An interview with Roland Fournier on the 2022 U.S. Finn National Championships Sail-World checked in with Roland Fournier, event chair of the 2022 U.S. Finn National Championships, via email, to learn more about this exciting One Design event. by David Schmidt Posted 17 May 08:00 PDT Match Racing: RNZYS enthusiastic about Womens WMRC Match Racing: RNZYS enthusiastic about Womens WMRC Women's Match Racing World Championships will see 14 skippers invited to take part in Auckland The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has confirmed that it will be bringing world-class sailing back to Auckland with the 2022 Women's Match Racing World Championships, as the final event of the inaugural Women's World Match Racing Tour, in November 2022 by Billy Woodworth/RNZYS Posted 17 May 19:36 PDT WMRT relaunches Women's World Match Racing Tour WMRT relaunches Women's World Match Racing Tour Final to be held in Auckland in November 2022 The World Match Racing Tour has announced the launch of the first Women's World Match Racing Tour, a global professional series designed to promote and grow female participation in sailing and match racing around the world. by World Match Racing Tour Posted 17 May 18:55 PDT Etchellls Orca Bowl and West Coast Spring Series Etchellls Orca Bowl and West Coast Spring Series Tom Carruthers sailed an impressive series winning three of the four regattas Orca Bowl dates back to the mid 80s when Bill Munster, one of the original San Diego Etchells Fleet members (and some would say, "Killer Whale") created the Orca Bowl as one of the most competitive Etchells events on the West Coast. by Chris Busch Posted 17 May 17:39 PDT North Star maintains Maxi Europeans winning streak North Star maintains Maxi Europeans winning streak Inshore/coastal racing at the Sorrento Trophy, part of Tre Golfi Sailing Week Following on from the Regata dei Tre Golfi offshore race, the IMA's Maxi European Championship entered a new phase with the first of four days of inshore/coastal racing at the Maxi Yacht Sorrento Trophy, part of Tre Golfi Sailing Week. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 17 May 15:28 PDT iQFoil Europeans at Torbole day 1 iQFoil Europeans at Torbole day 1 41 nations race in a light wind on Lake Garda The iQFoil European Championships, the new Olympic class for Paris 2024, have started in Torbole, on the Garda Trentino, Italy. Until Sunday they will be racing between slalom, course and marathon: the disciplines chosen according to wind conditions. by Elena Giolai Posted 17 May 15:05 PDT Bayview Mackinac Race - Cruise & Online Auction Bayview Mackinac Race - Cruise & Online Auction Online Auction items include a cruise aboard a Great Lakes freighter We are pleased to announce the return of our annual Dinner Cruise and Auction aboard yacht Infinity in support of the Bayview Mackinac Race. Tickets for the Dinner Cruise are available now. by Bayview Yacht Club Posted 17 May 12:53 PDT Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 1 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 1 Peler dies away, and Ora refuses to build enough for racing The famous Garda wind machine broke down today and the 111 Finn sailors at the Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy, will have to wait for another day to begin this long-heralded restart of elite Finn sailing. by Robert Deaves Posted 17 May 10:04 PDT New colourway for Henri Lloyd M//PRO 2.0 jacket New colourway for Henri Lloyd M//PRO 2.0 jacket Recycled GORE-TEX Pro fabric comes in Orange, Navy and White 100% waterproof recycled GORE-TEX Pro fabric comes in Orange, Navy and White - a no compromise durable yet lightweight construction lets you forget about your gear and focus on winning. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 17 May 10:00 PDT IMA Maxi European Championship kicks off IMA Maxi European Championship kicks off Regata dei Tre Golfi is typically a light race but this year's was especially so This year it was also the opening event and offshore part of the International Maxi Association's new Maxi European Championship which is now followed for the remainder of this week by the Maxi Yacht Sorrento Trophy. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 17 May 05:41 PDT Worrell 1000 Race leg 7 Worrell 1000 Race leg 7 Another reason to be thankful for GPS trackers A new checkpoint to the event, and although the racers were not pleased to be so close to a pier that was under construction, the Race Committee moved the start Line well South to take it out of play. by Worrell 1000 Posted 17 May 05:26 PDT Ulysse Nardin launches The Ocean Race DIVER Ulysse Nardin launches The Ocean Race DIVER Largely composed of recycled fishing nets Ulysse Nardin is accelerating its use of innovative alternative materials, announcing the launch of the very first DIVER model largely composed of recycled fishing nets. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 May 04:37 PDT Jean-Pierre Dick forced to abandon record attempt Jean-Pierre Dick forced to abandon record attempt Energy recharging system failure and a hand injury halt crossing Stormy conditions, technical problems and injury have forced Jean-Pierre Dick to abandon his attempted record breaking crossing in the first Bermuda Lorient - Pure Ocean Challenge. by Robin Clegg Posted 17 May 02:01 PDT Earth's playground is open for business Earth's playground is open for business The South Pacific is open to superyachts and primed to be the next great charter destination Coordinated superyacht chartering procedures in the main South Pacific countries, eased border restrictions, safe cruising, diversity of sights and new marina and refit facilities, have created irresistible cruising in the South Pacific. by Isla McKechnie Posted 17 May 01:34 PDT Zhik partner with New Zealand SailGP Team Zhik partner with New Zealand SailGP Team As the Official Supplier of Technical Sailing Gear Zhik is continuing its long term association with some of the world's best sailing athletes by announcing the brand as the Official Supplier of Technical Sailing Gear to the New Zealand SailGP Team. by Zhik Posted 16 May 22:19 PDT The coast of Mauritania and the threat of piracy The coast of Mauritania and the threat of piracy Even though pirates are known to mainly target cargo ships, attacks on yachts are not unheard of Following winds... a favourable current... the sea helps the skippers move faster… Some sections of the Global Solo Challenge will be pure bliss for its participants. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 16 May 20:12 PDT Youth Foiling Gold Cup set for Slovenia Youth Foiling Gold Cup set for Slovenia Competition will take place from 17 to 22 May in Portorož Eleven international teams are getting ready to compete in Act 2 of the 69F Youth Foiling Gold Cup 2022 in Slovenia. Competition will take place from 17 to 22 May in Portorož, a beautiful resort town on Slovenia's Adriatic coast. by 69F Sailing Posted 16 May 15:25 PDT 109 Finns ready for Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine 109 Finns ready for Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine Sailors from 19 nations have gathered on Lake Garda, Italy One hundred and nine Finns from 19 nations have gathered at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy for the 2022 Finn Gold Cup. Ten races are scheduled over the next five days to determine the 2022 Finn World Champion. by Robert Deaves Posted 16 May 13:07 PDT SSL Gold Cup kicks off in a few days SSL Gold Cup kicks off in a few days Qualifying series starts May 19th in Switzerland, with 11 sailors per yacht Sailing has finally its own World Cup! Like football in 1930 and rugby in 1987, the SSL Gold Cup is designed to crown the best sailing nation of all! by Star Sailors League Posted 16 May 12:43 PDT Brilliantly barmy Brilliantly barmy Andrew Bedwell's Big C set for an incredible and daunting challenge Sailing is a broad church, and news that caught my eye last week wasn't about the fastest, or most popular type of yacht. Far from it. Andrew Bedwell has built a yacht for a world record attempt in the smallest sailing vessel to cross the Atlantic. by Mark Jardine Posted 16 May 11:30 PDT Ryan Schenck on the 2022 RS Aero North Americans Ryan Schenck on the 2022 RS Aero North Americans Being hosted by the Davis Island Yacht Club, in Tampa, Florida Sail-World checked in with Ryan Schenck, co-chair of the 2022 RS Aero North American Championship, via email, to learn more about this exciting One Design regatta. by David Schmidt Posted 16 May 08:00 PDT Dalin sparkles but Lunven catches the eye Dalin sparkles but Lunven catches the eye In an absorbing Guyader Bermudes 1000 Race With a record-breaking entry of 24 skippers, 21 of whom made it to the finish, this was the best evidence yet of the extraordinary good health of the IMOCA Class as it enters another exciting year dominated by the Vendée Arctique and Route du Rhum. by Ed Gorman Posted 16 May 07:36 PDT Medical diversion required on Qingdao Medical diversion required on Qingdao Crew member Diane Morrison has an injury to her eye Leg 7 Qingdao crew member, Diane Morrison, has an injury to her eye that needs a full medical evaluation. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 16 May 07:36 PDT ETNZ unveils their weapon for Project Speed ETNZ unveils their weapon for Project Speed Project Speed ready to begin its New Zealand based testing phase at the RNZAF base at Whenuapai Emirates Team New Zealand and Ngati Whatua Orakei today christened the land yacht to be used in their Wind Powered Land Speed World Record attempt as ‘Horonuku' in front of team members and land speed suppliers and supporters at their base in Auckland. by Emirates Team NZ Posted 16 May 05:56 PDT Gladwell's Line: It's all in the starting Gladwell's Line: It's all in the starting Dream run continues for Canada but Australia takes win, starts prove to be the game breaker Tom Slingsby (AUS/USA) helmed the Australia SailGP team to a convincing win in the Final of the first event of SailGP Season 3 in Bermuda. Canada SailGP who led the leaderboard after the first three races had a couple of mid-fleet races on Day 2. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 16 May 05:45 PDT Melges 24 Worlds at Fort Lauderdale overall Melges 24 Worlds at Fort Lauderdale overall Raza Mixta and Taki 4 are the new champions After two full years of hiatus in the schedule of the World Championships, the International Melges 24 Class returned to assign a most coveted World Title by International Melges 24 Class Association Posted 16 May 01:45 PDT Quentin on Arkema wins Pro Sailing Tour Episode 1 Quentin on Arkema wins Pro Sailing Tour Episode 1 The youngest skipper in the history of the Ocean Fifty class Quentin Vlamynck (FRA), the youngest skipper in the history of the Ocean Fifty class, along with his two crew, Alex Pella (ESP) and Antoine Gautier (FRA), won his first-ever Pro Sailing Tour Episode on Sunday afternoon in Bonifacio, Corsica. by Pro Sailing Tour Posted 16 May 00:23 PDT Patience rewards competitors in Annapolis Patience rewards competitors in Annapolis At the Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series over the weekend Jeffrey Todd and his teammates on the J/22 Hot Toddy have finished second in their class at the Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series in Annapolis more times than they can, or care, to remember, but this weekend they finally broke the curse with a win by Sarah Renz Posted 15 May 20:12 PDT Canada SailGP Team finishes on the podium Canada SailGP Team finishes on the podium A flying start in Bermuda Sail Grand Prix SailGP Season 3 got off to a flying start for the Canada SailGP Team this past weekend in Bermuda. by Canada SailGP Team Posted 15 May 17:11 PDT Just the beginning in Bermuda Just the beginning in Bermuda For Switzerland SailGP Team Bermuda delivered stunning sailing conditions for the second and final day of the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess. Two races were sailed, taking it to five races in total for the Swiss SailGP Team across the weekend. by Switzerland SailGP Team Posted 15 May 16:37 PDT Spithill optimistic on Bermuda progress Spithill optimistic on Bermuda progress U.S SailGP Team turns focus to Chicago success While the overall results didn't reflect it, Jimmy Spithill and the United States SailGP Team are pleased with the progress made at the United States SailGP Team's Season 3 opener at the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess. by Laura Muma Posted 15 May 16:10 PDT NZSailGP team scores first race win of Season 3 NZSailGP team scores first race win of Season 3 New Zealand SailGP Team scored a race win on Day 2 of the Bermuda Sail GP New Zealand SailGP Team scored their fist race win on of Season 3 on Day 2 of the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix, but it wasn't enough to get the Kiwis onto the podium for Round 1 of Season 3. by Natalie Fortier, NZSailGP Posted 15 May 15:16 PDT Australia still the team to beat Australia still the team to beat As Tom Slingsby claims SailGP Season 3 opener in Bermuda Defending champions defeat Sir Ben Ainslie's Great Britain and Phil Robertson's Canada in event final in stunning conditions on Bermuda's Great Sound. by SailGP Posted 15 May 14:38 PDT Strong 2nd place for GBR in SailGP Season 3 opener Strong 2nd place for GBR in SailGP Season 3 opener Nine valuable Championship points in the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix The Great Britain SailGP Team secured a strong second place and nine valuable Championship points in the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix presented by Hamilton Princess, the opening event of SailGP Season 3. by GBR SailGP Team Posted 15 May 14:26 PDT Tom Slingsby delivers masterclass in Bermuda Tom Slingsby delivers masterclass in Bermuda As Australia SailGP Team win the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix Tom Slingsby delivered a masterclass against Great Britain driver Ben Ainslie, known as the sailing 'GOAT' (greatest of all time) and most successful sailor in Olympic history, and Phil Robertson's Canada Team, to win the Bermuda Sail Grand Prix. by Olivia Hogan / Australia SailGP Team Posted 15 May 14:10 PDT 44Cup Cascais overall 44Cup Cascais overall Charisma is the runaway winner Normally 44Cup events are decided in the final gybes of the last leg of the last race after four days of competition. But at the 44Cup Cascais, the second of the 2022 series for the high performance owner-driver one designs, the opposite was true. by 44Cup Posted 15 May 12:08 PDT Melges 24 Worlds at Fort Lauderdale day 4 Melges 24 Worlds at Fort Lauderdale day 4 All change as Peter Duncan's Raza Mixta takes the lead Day Four at the Melges 24 World Championship 2022 hosted by Lauderdale Yacht Club in Florida, U.S., was tricky and challenging both to sailors and Race Committee, shuffling the cards in top rankings. by International Melges 24 Class Association Posted 15 May 04:45 PDT Team Antigua & Barbuda head to SSL Gold Cup Series Team Antigua & Barbuda head to SSL Gold Cup Series The team comprises of several of Antigua's top names in sailing In just one week Team Antigua & Barbuda will be in Switzerland competing in the Qualifying Series! The team comprises of several of Antigua's top names in sailing, and is captained by America's Cup Champion Shannon Falcone. by AntiguaNice Yachting Insider Posted 15 May 02:45 PDT J/45 Acadia bucket list sail from France to the UK J/45 Acadia bucket list sail from France to the UK Up the west coast of France and across the English Channel to Dartmouth A very memorable delivery sail was recently completed by the brand-new J/45 ACADIA from Les Sables d'Olonne, France up the west coast of France and across the English Channel to Dartmouth, United Kingdom. by J Composites Posted 15 May 01:33 PDT 2 GBR race wins on opening day of SailGP Season 3 2 GBR race wins on opening day of SailGP Season 3 Described on the live broadcast as a 'win sandwich day' Described on the live broadcast as a 'win sandwich day', the opening day in Bermuda saw Ben Ainslie's British Team finish in second place overall, with two race wins sliced either side of an eighth placed race filling from the days three races. by GBR SailGP Team Posted 14 May 22:07 PDT
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