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Steering the Course 2022 kicks off Steering the Course 2022 kicks off A week-long festival of women's sailing Hundreds of sailors across the world will take to the water over the next 10 days as World Sailing's Steering the Course global women's sailing festival gets under way. by World Sailing Posted 21 May 01:27 PDT Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 4 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 4 Postma dominates to retake the lead Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands, found second gear today to dominate the 110 boat fleet from 17 nations on the fourth day of the Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy. by Robert Deaves Posted 20 May 22:14 PDT Sherwin leads Bermudian hopes in Bermuda Race Sherwin leads Bermudian hopes in Bermuda Race Sailing doctor is one of three Bermuda entrants in a fleet of 200+ yachts In four weeks, a fleet of approximately 200 yachts will set off on the 52nd Newport Bermuda Race, the original ocean race. by Bermuda Race Posted 20 May 16:51 PDT Worrell 1000 Race Leg 12 Worrell 1000 Race Leg 12 Hatteras to Kill Devil Hills The expansive beach at ORV Ramp 49 in Frisco was filled with spectators; Most, here for the spectacle that is the Worrell 1000. Not because they're sailors or that they know anything about racing these F18 beasts... they just know that this is exciting. by Worrell 1000 Posted 20 May 16:37 PDT IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande day 3 IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande day 3 Avoiding the ever-present risk of high-speed wipeouts Day three brought strong but unpredictable breeze that made it hard to choose the right size kite. As ever, staying out of trouble was a vital part of success, and avoiding the ever-present risk of a high-speed wipeout. by Andy Rice, IKA Posted 20 May 16:28 PDT Lyra crowned first IMA Maxi European Champion Lyra crowned first IMA Maxi European Champion A complex week of racing on the Bay of Naples A complex week of racing at the International Maxi Association's inaugural Maxi European Championship, comprising last weekend's Regata dei Tre Golfi offshore, followed by four days of inshore and coastal courses on the Bay of Naples, culminated today by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 20 May 11:57 PDT Worrell 1000 Race Leg 11 Worrell 1000 Race Leg 11 Atlantic Beach to Cape Hatteras With just three legs to go before the finish in VA Beach, all 13 boats that started in Hollywood were lined up now in Atlantic Beach, ready for a sleigh ride to Hatteras in breezes of 16-18 knots with gusts in the low 20's. by Worrell 1000 Posted 20 May 09:53 PDT One short, countless activities One short, countless activities Say hello to the Henri-Lloyd Explorer Shorts Designed and built to get you out there. The Explorer shorts are high performing and feature a recycled, 4-way stretch fabric that is lightweight, water resistant and perfect for summer adventures. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 20 May 08:30 PDT 25 skippers for Vendée Arctic-Les Sables d'Olonne 25 skippers for Vendée Arctic-Les Sables d'Olonne A race of discovery to the northern waters of the Arctic Circle Alain Leboeuf, President of SAEM Vendée and the Department of Vendée has just presented the skippers of the second edition of the Vendée Arctic - Les Sables d'Olonne, more than 2 years from the 10th edition of the Vendée Globe. by Vendée Globe Posted 20 May 08:08 PDT GUYOT environnement - Team Europe enters TOR GUYOT environnement - Team Europe enters TOR Confirmed as fourth IMOCA entry for The Ocean Race The campaign sees French offshore sailor Benjamin Dutreux joining forces with Offshore Team Germany Olympian Robert Stanjek, the same combination that raced to victory in the inaugural edition of The Ocean Race Europe last summer. by The Ocean Race Posted 20 May 07:30 PDT America's Cup: Grant Dalton uncut America's Cup: Grant Dalton uncut Emirates Team NZ's Grant Dalton levels with The Platform's Martin Devlin in a very honest interview Emirates Team New Zealand CEO Grant Dalton levels with The Platform's Martin Devlin, in a 30 minute interview that Dalton consented to give, only on the basis that it was broadcast uncut and unedited. by Martin Devlin/The Platform Posted 20 May 03:02 PDT IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande day 2 IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande day 2 Switzerland surges into lead with four bullets for Gian Andrea Stragiotti The breeze was steadier than Wednesday, with all four races completed in winds of 8 to 16 knots which gradually moved around from the south-west to north-west throughout the afternoon. by Andy Rice, IKA Posted 20 May 02:23 PDT Cup Critiqued: Moving to the Med - but when? Cup Critiqued: Moving to the Med - but when? As we saw in the last America's Cup, base and venue setup decisions can have unintended consequences Now that Barcelona has been named as the venue and the approximate dates for the 2024 America's Cup Regattas named, teams have to devise a strategy around where their home base will be, when they will move to Barcelona and how long they will stay and more by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World Posted 20 May 02:06 PDT Worrell 1000 Race Leg 10 Worrell 1000 Race Leg 10 Wrightsville Beach, NC to Atlantic Beach, NC It was a gorgeous morning on the beach at Wrightsville, NC - behind the beautiful and amazingly appointed Blockade Runner Hotel. Some of the teams were red-eyed and tired: they hadn't arrived to the finish here until after 1am this morning. by Worrell 1000 Posted 19 May 19:19 PDT Maxi pain and gain on the Bay of Naples Maxi pain and gain on the Bay of Naples Penultimate day of the first ever IMA Maxi European Championship Racing in light conditions can often be boring and frustrating but for the penultimate day of the first ever IMA Maxi European Championship it was anything but - for spectators at least - with significant shifts. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 19 May 18:56 PDT Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 3 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 3 Oskari Muhonen moves into the lead on Lake Garda After three very different races, Finland's Oskari Muhonen has taken the lead at the 2022 Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy. He won two more races to take a three point lead from Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands. by Robert Deaves Posted 19 May 12:53 PDT Owner-Drivers strengthen GC32 Racing Tour Owner-Drivers strengthen GC32 Racing Tour A key attraction of the flying GC32 catamaran A key attraction of the flying GC32 catamaran is that it provides individuals with a way to experience the latest state of the art foil-borne yachting. by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 19 May 12:21 PDT Tonja Sanchez-Holmes on the J/24 U.S. Nationals Tonja Sanchez-Holmes on the J/24 U.S. Nationals David Schmidt checks in with the co-chair of the event Sail-World checked in with Tonja Sanchez-Holmes, co-chair of the 2022 J/24 U.S. National Championship and the J/24 governor's representative and class measurer, via email, to learn more about this exciting One Design keelboat event. by David Schmidt Posted 19 May 08:00 PDT Catching up with the champions... Catching up with the champions... How Wireless Load Sensing is Bringing the Middle of the Fleet Forward How Wireless Load Sensing is Bringing the Middle of the Fleet Forward. by Cyclops Marine Posted 19 May 06:30 PDT Don't let your career goals slip away! Don't let your career goals slip away! New careers and job transitions can be confusing and overwhelming a lot of the time New careers and job transitions can be confusing and overwhelming a lot of the time. It's hard to find the perfect balance between work, fun and life, we all get that feeling. by Marine Resources Posted 19 May 05:03 PDT IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande day 1 IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande day 1 Sardinia delivers challenging and shifty winds Day one of the Formula Kite U21 and Youth Foil World Championships in Sardinia delivered challenging and shifty wind between 9 to 13 knots, but still the favourites rose to the top of the scoreboard. by Andy Rice, IKA Posted 18 May 21:20 PDT iQFoil Europeans Day 2: French take control iQFoil Europeans Day 2: French take control French sailors now lead both fleets. Nicolas Goyard leads the men and Hélène Noesmoen the women The day became a struggle between ‘giants' in the top positions for both men and women. French sailors now lead both fleets, with Nicolas Goyard in the lead among the males and Hélène Noesmoen among the females by Elena Giolai Posted 18 May 17:41 PDT Lyra on fire at the IMA Maxi Europeans Lyra on fire at the IMA Maxi Europeans Only one race on day 2 after a delay on the Bay of Naples Scheduled for day two of the IMA Maxi Europeans' inshore/coastal racing were two windward-leewards. After a delay out on the Bay of Naples, the wind finally built to 8-12 knots from the west. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 18 May 15:54 PDT Maritimo M600 - O is for… Maritimo M600 - O is for… Oh Yeah! All right. All right. All right. It's actually offshore, as in Maritimo M600 Offshore FMY Oh Yeah! All right. All right. All right. It's actually offshore, as in Maritimo M600 Offshore Flybridge Motor Yacht, but after time on board in real world conditions, I actually reckon my version is bang on. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World Posted 18 May 15:00 PDT Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 2 Finn Gold Cup at Malcesine day 2 Pieter-Jan Postma is early leader Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands, is the early leader of the thrilling 2022 Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy, after three finntastic races in a 10-14 knot southerly on Wednesday. by Robert Deaves Posted 18 May 12:23 PDT Worrell 1000 Race Leg 9 Worrell 1000 Race Leg 9 Surfside Beach SC to Wrightsville Beach NC The start of leg 9 of this 2022 Worrell 1000 saw very light, Northerly winds - 5 knots and a little less - which meant that the fleet was looking forward to a drama-free launch at 10am. by Worrell 1000 Posted 18 May 11:39 PDT Class 30 One Design™: Here we are! Class 30 One Design™: Here we are! You can now order the affordable and fun 'missing link' Great news for the boat imagined and designed by VPLP, thanks to the joint initiative of Union Nationale pour la Course au Large (France), the Royal Ocean Racing Club (UK) and the Storm Trysail Club (USA). by RORC Press Posted 18 May 11:25 PDT 2022 Junior Olympic 'Performance' Sailing Festival 2022 Junior Olympic 'Performance' Sailing Festival Registration open for the June event at Pensacola YC Registration is now open for the New 2022 Junior Olympic 'Performance' Sailing Festival at Pensacola Yacht Club June 10-12. Youth sailors, coaches and parents are all encouraged to attend. by Talbot Wilson Posted 18 May 10:01 PDT Global Solo Challenge welcomes 48th entry Global Solo Challenge welcomes 48th entry Gardner LaMaurice was already in the process of preparing his boat to complete a circumnavigation With his entry the young American wants to break the stereotype of sailing only being accessible to rich retired people and hopes to inspire others to follow his example. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 18 May 09:46 PDT America's Cup Hall of Fame announces new inductees America's Cup Hall of Fame announces new inductees Larry Ellison, Dirk Kramers, and Dawn Riley welcomed as Class of 2022 The Herreshoff Marine Museum / America's Cup Hall of Fame welcomes Larry Ellison, Dirk Kramers, and Dawn Riley as Class of 2022 inductees of the America's Cup Hall of Fame. by Herreshoff Marine Museum Posted 18 May 08:09 PDT WASZP Games to include coaching for beginners WASZP Games to include coaching for beginners An option for newcomers to the class and foiling to be coached The all-inclusive nature of the WASZP fleet is on display once again. We have always seen events as the best way to accelerate the learning process for new sailors to the class. by WASZP Class Posted 18 May 06:10 PDT World Sailing official Paris 2024 Olympic website World Sailing official Paris 2024 Olympic website The new website will be the central hub for official information World Sailing has launched its dedicated Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition website with just 800 days to go to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. by World Sailing Posted 18 May 06:09 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 IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande preview IKA Kitefoiling Youth Worlds Torregrande preview The ultimate test for these under-21 athletes An international group of riders is ready to contest the Formula Kite U21 and A's Youth Foil World Championships in Torregrande on the west coast of Sardinia. by Andy Rice, IKA Posted 17 May 12:54 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
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