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ames Mitchell on the 2020 Laser Radial Worlds ames Mitchell on the 2020 Laser Radial Worlds An interview with James Mitchell about the 2020 Laser Radial Worlds I checked in with James Mitchell, event chair of the 2020 Laser Radial Worlds (February 21-28, 2020), via email, to learn more about this high-level One Design world-championship regatta. by David Schmidt Posted 19 Feb 08:00 PST Marine Resources job updates Marine Resources job updates The latest jobs in the marine industry Marine Resources specialises in filling job vacancies within the Leisure Marine Industry. We have a variety of recruitment services to suit all types of marine employer. by Marine Resources Posted 20 Feb 01:00 PST Optimist Worlds 2020 at Riva del Garda preview Optimist Worlds 2020 at Riva del Garda preview Riva del Garda is getting ready to host a record-breaking edition The first, important round of registrations for the 2020 Optimist World Championship, that will be hosted in Riva del Garda from July 1st to 11th, closed last Saturday, February 15th. by Optimist World Championship Posted 19 Feb 11:22 PST Joyon and crew complete Tea Route in record time Joyon and crew complete Tea Route in record time The new reference time is 31 days, 23 hours, 36 minutes and 46 seconds The IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran sailed by Francis Joyon, Bertrand Delesne, Christophe Houdet, Antoine Blouet and Corentin Joyon, set a new record for the Tea Route between Hong Kong and London this morning. by Agence Mer & Media Posted 19 Feb 09:21 PST 37 nations gather for 2020 RORC Caribbean 600 37 nations gather for 2020 RORC Caribbean 600 Over 70 teams, featuring close to 700 sailors, are expected on the start line Sailors from at least 37 nations will be competing in the RORC Caribbean 600 organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club. The 12th edition of the spectacular race will start off Fort Charlotte Antigua on Monday 24th February 2020. by Louay Habib Posted 19 Feb 09:20 PST Revitalised J Class set for Caribbean regattas Revitalised J Class set for Caribbean regattas Back-to-back events will mark the notable return of Lionheart When they muster in March in the Caribbean to race at the Antigua Superyacht Challenge and at the ever-popular Saint Barth's Bucket, four J Class yachts will form the strongest class fleet since 2017's J Class World Championship in Newport, RI. by J Class Association Posted 19 Feb 06:43 PST Two Golden Globe Race sailors honoured Two Golden Globe Race sailors honoured Recognised by the Cruising Club of America The Cruising Club of America awarded GGR 2018-2019 winner Jean-Luc Van den Heede with the 2019 Blue Water Medal for his achievements in single-handed sailing, notably six solo circumnavigations. by Don McIntyre Posted 19 Feb 06:35 PST Dan and Kika: We meet Sailing Uma Dan and Kika: We meet Sailing Uma Their story about buying a boat and going to sea At the Southampton International Boat Show we spoke to Dan and Kika of 'Sailing Uma' who decided to buy a boat and go to sea; that's really the only way to describe it! Here's their story... by Mark Jardine Posted 19 Feb 04:00 PST Field of 16 slated for King Edward VII Gold Cup Field of 16 slated for King Edward VII Gold Cup The long running match racing regatta returns to Hamilton Harbour The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club's 70th Gold Cup for the King Edward VII trophy returns to its traditional format this year with a field of 16 crews plotting to win the venerable trophy and the lion's share of the $100,000 prize purse. by Royal Bermuda Yacht Club Posted 19 Feb 03:46 PST Joyon and crew shatter Tea Route record Joyon and crew shatter Tea Route record IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran arrives in London The IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran sailed by Francis Joyon, Bertrand Delesne, Christophe Houdet, Antoine Blouet and Corentin Joyon completed the Tea Route voyage between Hong Kong and London this morning (Wednesday 19th February). by Agence Mer & Media Posted 19 Feb 01:06 PST Australia SailGP Team hits the water Australia SailGP Team hits the water Kicking off training ahead of Season 2 opener, February 28-29 SailGP champion Australia – led by Olympic hero Tom Slingsby – launched its 2,400kg supercharged F50 into Sydney Harbour for the team's first official training session on Wednesday by SailGP Posted 18 Feb 22:13 PST It's About Time to race in comfort It's About Time to race in comfort This Cookson 50 has its own little niche in the Race Yacht market Well pardon the pun but its true, the Cookson 50 has its own little niche in the Race Yacht market. A concept put together by legendary kiwi boat builder Mick Cookson and the Farr office, the outcome achieved was a sleek, stylish race yacht. by Jason Rowed Posted 18 Feb 13:00 PST SailGP is Back! SailGP is Back! The first of the SailGP fleet hit Sydney Harbour - Australian and Danish teams out training They're back……great to see the first of the SailGP fleet hit Sydney Harbour today with the Australian and Danish teams out training. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 18 Feb 11:15 PST Denmark SailGP Team launches boat in Sydney Denmark SailGP Team launches boat in Sydney Epic drone footage; Holger Danske rises! The Denmark SailGP Team, presented by ROCKWOOL, unveiled its supercharged F50 catamaran in Sydney on Tuesday, as preparations for the first SailGP race of Season 2 gather pace. by Denmark SailGP Team Posted 18 Feb 09:48 PST Tokyo 2020 U.S. selections, Tea Route, Cup news Tokyo 2020 U.S. selections, Tea Route, Cup news Latest Sail-World USA newsletter from David Schmidt While the Tokyo 2020 Olympics don't start until July, the sailing world got clarity as to which sailors will be representing the USA at this summer's Games as racing concluded at four critical world-championship regattas. by David Schmidt Posted 18 Feb 08:00 PST INEOS TEAM UK Winter Training Camp INEOS TEAM UK Winter Training Camp Making the days count in Cagliari! INEOS TEAM UK are in Cagliari, Italy for their Winter Training Camp and are making the most of their days on the water. by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 18 Feb 04:45 PST RS Aero Florida State Championship RS Aero Florida State Championship Sailors from a 14 year old to those in their 70s The Florida weather was a bit chilly on Saturday but gorgeous Sunday and champagne sailing both days at the 2020 RS Aero Florida State Championship! by Marc Jacobi Posted 18 Feb 04:34 PST 2020 National Ranking Series schedule announced 2020 National Ranking Series schedule announced U.S. Melges 24 Class presents the the long-awaited calendar The U.S. Melges 24 Class Association (USM24CA) is proud to announce the long-awaited and much-anticipated National Ranking Series calendar for 2020. by U.S. Melges 24 Class Association Posted 18 Feb 03:29 PST The Ocean Race: Biggest waves and wettest moments The Ocean Race: Biggest waves and wettest moments Appetiser from the The Ocean Race featuring some of the biggest waves and wettest moments Appetiser from the The Ocean Race featuring some of the biggest waves and wettest moments from the previous edition of the 45,000nm Round the World classic conducted under the banner of the Volvo Ocean Race. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 17 Feb 15:41 PST Caribbean Multihull Challenge overall Caribbean Multihull Challenge overall La Novia and Delphine the big winners on third and final day On a gray, squally morning off the lovely French beachfront community of Grand Case, the last boats standing in what has been an extremely eventful second edition of the Caribbean Multihull Challenge set forth on the third and final day of competition. by Herb McCormick Posted 16 Feb 22:52 PST Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta St. Petersburg overall Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta St. Petersburg overall Lightning fleet's David Starck wins the overall title First-time Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta St. Petersburg skipper David Starck and his teammates on TeamPatStrong closed the regatta with a six-point overall lead in the Lightning fleet, winning the 23-boat class and earning a berth by Laura Muma / Sailing World Posted 16 Feb 22:31 PST America's Cup: Te Aihe heads for Europe America's Cup: Te Aihe heads for Europe Emirates Team New Zealand's AC75 Te Aihe has set off on her two month voyage to Europe Emirates Team New Zealand's AC75 Te Aihe has set off on her two month voyage to Europe and two America's Cup World Series at Cagliari (Sardinia) in late April and Portsmouth in early June. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 16 Feb 21:27 PST Olympic moments abound Olympic moments abound The Summer of Sailing around Port Phillip has been quite the big deal The Summer of Sailing around Melbourne's Port Phillip has been quite the big deal. How cool would it be to have Australia represented in the 470M, Laser, 470W, Finn, 49er, FX, Nacra, and also Laser Radial by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 16 Feb 13:00 PST North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief Code Sails Defined, Global Superyacht Service, World Yacht Rally, New Star Class Jib The name ‘Code Sail' means different things to different sailors. What started out as a straightforward but innovative concept has rapidly evolved into a whole new category of sails. by North Sails Posted 16 Feb 10:00 PST 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco in San Francisco Bay 2020 Three Bridge Fiasco in San Francisco Bay 300 boats and nearly 600 sailors pushed off their docks To start the Three Bridge Fiasco, you have to get to the starting line. It was a cool, drippy, foggy Saturday morning on January 25th, as about 300 boats and nearly 600 sailors pushed off their docks all around San Francisco Bay. by Tom Burden Posted 16 Feb 09:37 PST Announcing the start of GKA Youth Kite World Tour Announcing the start of GKA Youth Kite World Tour A chance for the hottest, up and coming young riders in the world to make their name in kitesurfing This is a chance for the hottest, up and coming young riders in the world to make their name in kitesurfing! Categories will be be girls / boys U14, U16, U19 and U21. by Kate Chandler Posted 16 Feb 07:34 PST St. Maarten Heineken Regatta: Countdown underway St. Maarten Heineken Regatta: Countdown underway Over 130 entries competing in a half-dozen dedicated classes The countdown for the highly anticipated 40th running of the renowned St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is well and truly under way. The 2020 Anniversary Edition of the famed event is scheduled for March 5-8. by St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Posted 16 Feb 06:25 PST USA at ILCA Laser Standard Worlds, overall USA at ILCA Laser Standard Worlds, overall Buckingham qualifies for Tokyo 2020 The first round of the 2020 World Championships come to a close with the conclusion of the 2020 ILCA Men's Laser Standard World Championships. by US Sailing Team Posted 16 Feb 06:05 PST Caribbean Multihull Challenge day 2 Caribbean Multihull Challenge day 2 How a Crazy Day 2 of the CMC went down on Shockwave As the tradewinds seriously kicked in while the fleet assembled for the 0900 starting sequences to commence, it was readily apparent that conditions were going to be, as they say, sporty. by Herb McCormick Posted 16 Feb 01:28 PST ILCA Laser Standard Worlds overall ILCA Laser Standard Worlds overall Philipp Buhl dominates the event German Laser sailor Philipp Buhl put together an exemplary scorecard to win the 2020 ILCA Standard Men's World Championship by 12 points. by Laser 2020 Media Posted 16 Feb 01:03 PST 18ft Skiff Australian Championship day 4 18ft Skiff Australian Championship day 4 Two spectacular wins by Tech2 on Sydney Harbour Two spectacular wins by Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Trent Barnabas on Tech2 in Races 6 and 7 of the Australian 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour has given the team a nine points lead in the series with just two more races to be contested. by Frank Quealey Posted 16 Feb 00:48 PST Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta St. Petersburg day 2 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta St. Petersburg day 2 Duncan's Melges 24 Team keeps perfect scoreline Peter Duncan's Melges 24 USA 829 took full advantage of a fantastic day on Tampa Bay to solidify his lead in the Melges 24 class on the second day of the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta St. Petersburg. by Laura Muma / Sailing World Posted 15 Feb 19:43 PST America's Cup: Issues emerge in Match Conditions America's Cup: Issues emerge in Match Conditions It might be Valentine's Day but that didn't stop two America's Cup protagonists having a blunt chat It might be Valentine's Day but there is not too much love lost between Sailing Illustrated's host, Tom Ehman , and Sail-World's NZ Editor, Richard Gladwell as they cover the issues of the day 12 months out from the America's Cup in Auckland. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 15 Feb 19:40 PST $6m decision made in favour of Laser designer $6m decision made in favour of Laser designer A long running Court battle has been decided by a Jury with a multi-million damages award. A District Court of Connecticut Jury has handed down a Verdict in favour of Bruce Kirby Inc, the designer of the ILCA Laser singlehander. A damages award in excess of $6million is said to have been awarded. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 15 Feb 19:11 PST USA at ILCA Laser Standard Worlds, day 5 USA at ILCA Laser Standard Worlds, day 5 Barnard kicked off the day with an impressive seventh-place finish While the competitors in Geelong will finish packing the containers and prepare to get on their long flights back to the states tomorrow, the Laser sailors across the bay are preparing for the final races that will determine their U.S. Olympic trials. by Brittney Manning Posted 15 Feb 07:55 PST USA at the 49er, 49erFX & Nacra 17 Worlds overall USA at the 49er, 49erFX & Nacra 17 Worlds overall Athletes punch their tickets for Tokyo and deliver worlds medal At the conclusion of the final two Nacra 17 fleet races, Riley Gibbs (Long Beach, Calif.) and Anna Weis (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) rose to the occasion and were the first athletes to qualify for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team. by Brittney Manning Posted 15 Feb 07:47 PST Mission accomplished for Oman's Olympic hopefuls Mission accomplished for Oman's Olympic hopefuls The Oman Sail racing duo used the world championship as real world training It was mission accomplished for Oman's Olympic hopefuls Musab Al Hadi and Waleed Al Kindi as they hit their pre-event target at the conclusion of the 2020 World 49er Championship in Australia on Saturday. by Oman Sail Posted 15 Feb 07:24 PST 49er, 49er FX & Nacra 17 Worlds overall 49er, 49er FX & Nacra 17 Worlds overall Thrilling medal races produce world champions In thrilling medal race the Spanish 49erFX team of Tamara Echegoyen and Paula Barcelo and the British Nacra 17 team of John Gimson and Anna Burnet owned the 49erFX and Nacra 17 top spots respectively. by Lisa Ratcliff, 49er & Nacra 17 Sailing Media Posted 15 Feb 06:39 PST Caribbean Multihull Challenge day 1 Caribbean Multihull Challenge day 1 Finn and Tryst the big winners On a day of squally skies, flying spray, challenging tradewinds and deeply reefed mainsails, a pair of well-sailed trimarans from very different eras were the big winners on Day 1 of the second annual Caribbean Multihull Challenge (CMC). by Herb McCormick Posted 15 Feb 02:08 PST The love affair with the "Normandy" continues The love affair with the "Normandy" continues 11th edition of the Normandy Channel Race this September After a 2019 edition coloured by the post Route du Rhum transition, the 11th edition of the Normandy Channel Race in 2020 will likely see a return to its top form (record participation of 27 boats in 2016 and 2018). by Sirius Events Posted 15 Feb 02:07 PST
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