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Jeanneau AUS 2019 OCT SO440 LEADERBOARD
Panacea - Sailing Etchells is always the cure Panacea - Sailing Etchells is always the cure Another win after their first Queensland State title in 2017 The Etchells Queensland State Championship was held from November 8 to 10. Southport Yacht Club was the host from both its Main Beach and Hollywell (Runaway Bay) facilities, with the racing conducted offshore along the glorious Gold Coast. by John Curnow Posted 19 Nov 12:23 AEDT New speed record set - Luderitz Speed Challenge New speed record set - Luderitz Speed Challenge The Luderitz Speed Challenge is currently underway in Luderitz, Namibia in winds of up to 65kts The Luderitz Speed Challenge is currently underway in Luderitz, Namibia in winds topping 65kts. Overnight the previous mark of 53.27kts has been topped with an unofficial speed measuring gives 53.33 knots average on the 500m course. by Sail-World.com Posted 19 Nov 07:46 AEDT NEW 60mm Tii block from Allen NEW 60mm Tii block from Allen Addition to the popular performance range of Tii blocks The popular performance range of Tii blocks from Allen has just gained a new addition, the long awaited 60mm version. by Ben Harden Posted 19 Nov 03:00 AEDT China Cup International Regatta review China Cup International Regatta review A regatta to bring together four corners of the world For sailors from Europe, North America and Australasia, the China Cup International Regatta arrives at the perfect time in the year. by Andy Rice, SailingIntelligence.com Posted 19 Nov 01:53 AEDT A nail-biting finish for Pip Hare A nail-biting finish for Pip Hare Only 10 minutes ahead of Alexia Barrier in the Transat Jacques Vabre Pip Hare and her team-mate Ysbrand Endt have completed the Transat Jacques Vabre (TJV), finishing just minutes ahead of their closest rival. Pip's boat Superbigou crossed the finish line at 17:26 UTC on 14th November. by David Pugh Posted 19 Nov 00:04 AEDT 44Cup Palma overall 44Cup Palma overall Incredible come from far behind victory decides 2019 44Cup It was supposed to be a heavyweight bout between Chris Bake's Team Aqua and Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika. These two, among the oldest, most successful teams in the high performance one design monohull class, started the 44Cup Palma by Jessica Gray Posted 18 Nov 18:51 AEDT A healthy fleet of IRC/ORCi yachts entered A healthy fleet of IRC/ORCi yachts entered For 42nd Sydney Short Ocean Racing Championship next weekend A healthy fleet of IRC/ORCi yachts is set to line up in the Premier division at the 42nd running of the Sydney Short Ocean Racing Championship (SSORC), hosted by Middle Harbour Yacht Club (MHYC) over the weekend of 23 and 24 November by Di Pearson Posted 18 Nov 16:00 AEDT A textbook coastal race A textbook coastal race "The shortest distance between two points is a straight line." Friday was as miserable as it comes: clagged in and grey, with occasional rain and occasionally lots of rain. Saturday morning produced hot blue sunshine but omitted to bring any breeze. by Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia Posted 18 Nov 11:31 AEDT Brest Atlantiques Day 13 Brest Atlantiques Day 13 Gough Island next Maxi Edmond de Rothschild slowed down marginally overnight Saturday and has regained speed on Sunday further increasing their lead on the trimaran MACIF, Sodebo Ultim 3 and Actual Leader. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 18 Nov 10:11 AEDT The bookies may, or may not be happy The bookies may, or may not be happy Mark Richards had a very short message: We are 100% there Mark Richards had a very short message for everyone. “It was very cool to watch our crew nurse the boat into port. We now have all the right resources working on the repairs. We are 100% there for the race.” by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 18 Nov 08:00 AEDT Clipper Race embarks on Southern Ocean Leg Clipper Race embarks on Southern Ocean Leg The Southern Ocean stage of Clipper 2019-20 Race started in Cape Town today The highly-anticipated 4,750 nautical mile Southern Ocean stage of Clipper 2019-20 Race started in Cape Town today as the only global sailing race for non-professionals passes its quarter-way mark. by Grace Kitching Posted 18 Nov 07:40 AEDT North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief Helix Luff Cord, #NSVictoryList: TJV IMOCA, Brest Atlantiques Exclusively for North Sails, the Helix Luff Cord allows all the performance benefits of Load Sharing Technology and the reliability that comes from top-down furling. by North Sails Posted 17 Nov 23:00 AEDT 49er sailors take environmental action 49er sailors take environmental action Sailing as a sport has a huge environmental footprint There is no question that sailing as a sport has a huge environmental footprint. We travel the world by air, sea and road, shipping boats built from exotic materials from continent to continent. by Drew Malcolm Posted 17 Nov 20:26 AEDT Mitre10 MEGA Laser Nationals in New Plymouth Mitre10 MEGA Laser Nationals in New Plymouth The Mitre10 MEGA Laser Nationals will be held in New Plymouth 16-19th January 2020. The Mitre10 MEGA Laser Nationals will be held in New Plymouth 16-19th January 2020. This event will be a lead-up for many NZ sailors planning to compete in the Worlds in Melbourne/Geelong in February/March. by Stuart Sutherland Posted 17 Nov 19:18 AEDT 18ft Skiff Spring Championship overall 18ft Skiff Spring Championship overall Appliancesonline.com.au team wrap up the win The Appliancesonline.com.au team (Brett Van Munster, Phil Marshall and Kurt Fatouris) became the 2019-2020 Australian 18 Footers League Spring champions, but it was The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines team took honours on the final day. by Frank Quealey Posted 17 Nov 19:16 AEDT 44Cup Palma day 3 44Cup Palma day 3 CEEREF could turn 44Cup on its head If Charisma and Aleph were the stand-out teams yesterday, today, the penultimate day of the 44Cup Palma, belonged to Igor Lah's Team CEEREF. In a return to their 2016-17 season-winning form, the Slovenian team won both of today's races. by Jessica Gray Posted 17 Nov 09:56 AEDT The Ocean Race: Racing for the planet The Ocean Race: Racing for the planet The Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team launches campaign at event in Lisbon The Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team officially unveiled its Racing For The Planet campaign on Friday at a packed event in Cascais, Lisbon. by Jonno Turner Posted 17 Nov 07:42 AEDT Brest Atlantiques Day 12 Brest Atlantiques Day 12 Upwind and more upwind Having emerged unscathed from the past 24 hours of very strong winds and particularly rough head on seas, the four Ultim 32/23 Class trimarans continue their descent of the South Atlantic in upwind conditions averaging around 30 knots by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 17 Nov 07:37 AEDT Farr 40 One Design Trophy at NCYC day 1 Farr 40 One Design Trophy at NCYC day 1 Edake claims boat of the day Principal Race Officer Ted Anderson set a one nautical mile course off Bar Beach, just south of Newcastle Beach for the first four races of the Farr 40 One Design Trophy. by Farr 40 Australia Posted 16 Nov 19:28 AEDT 44Cup Palma day 2 44Cup Palma day 2 Two bullet day for Charisma but Aleph leads Racing in Palma in November was always going to be challenging not just for crews but especially for race officials more used to racing here in summer, in a sea breeze you can set your watch by. by Jessica Gray Posted 16 Nov 14:47 AEDT America's Cup: Luna Rossa's AC75 foiling - Video America's Cup: Luna Rossa's AC75 foiling - Video First video released by Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli of their AC75 foiling in Cagliari, Sardinia First video released by Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli of their AC75 foiling in Cagliari, Sardinia. by Sail-World.com Posted 16 Nov 10:01 AEDT Brest Atlantiques Day 11 Brest Atlantiques Day 11 Fleet keep their heads down and buckle up Ten days into racing on the "Brest Atlantiques" and it is like a re-start from Rio with MACIF doing a pit-top, Sodebo Ultim 3 rerouting to avoid bad weather and all keeping the breaks to avoid exposing their boats from being pummelled by rough seas. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 16 Nov 05:25 AEDT Huusela first Finnish to finish the TJV 2019 Huusela first Finnish to finish the TJV 2019 Ari Huusela became the first Finn and Scandinavian in an IMOCA to finish the Transat Jacques Vabre Ari Huusela became the first Finn and Scandinavian in an IMOCA to finish the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre on Friday as he and Irish co-skipper, Michael Ferguson, forced Ariel II across the finish line in the Bay of All Saints. by Soazig Guého Posted 16 Nov 02:29 AEDT Rainbow Foundation celebration with Clipper Race Rainbow Foundation celebration with Clipper Race A day of emotional reunions and introductions to celebrate Rainbow Foundation heritage Former young South African sailors on the 40,000 nautical mile global challenge have been participating in a day of emotional reunions and introductions to celebrate their 'Dare To Lead' heritage with this year's team that is also their legacy. by Grace Kitching Posted 16 Nov 01:27 AEDT New interactive website for Protector New interactive website for Protector Protector have launched a new interactive website that is both engaging and stylish Rayglass Boats, manufacturers of the popular Legend range of GRP trailerboats, the internationally-renowned Protector range of RIBs and the incredibly successful 3500 cruiser, have launched a new interactive website that is both engaging and stylish. by Mike Rose Posted 15 Nov 23:40 AEDT Historic deal secures long-term broadcast future Historic deal secures long-term broadcast future Rolex Sydney Hobart partners with Seven Network The famous Boxing Day broadcast of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race will remain an Australian tradition for years to come, with the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) and the Seven Network signing an agreement to telecast the race start by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 15 Nov 22:10 AEDT Appliancesonline set for victory Appliancesonline set for victory In the 18ft Skiff Spring Championship The Australian 18 Footers League's annual Spring Championship, which is raced over unique 3-Buoys courses on Sydney Harbour, and with handicap reviews after each week's racing by Frank Quealey Posted 15 Nov 17:40 AEDT Asia's totally unique regatta celebrates 3 decades Asia's totally unique regatta celebrates 3 decades From Port Klang to Langkawi, via Pangkor and Penang - a challenge on all fronts The Raja Muda Selangor International Regatta is a quirky beast. There's nothing else quite like it in Asia, and possibly the world. Over nine days the fleet will complete three long coastal passage races and three days' inshore racing. by Guy Nowell, Sail-World Asia Posted 15 Nov 16:47 AEDT Nick Rowe's magnificent yacht Josephine Nick Rowe's magnificent yacht Josephine Designed by arguably the best yacht designer, William Fife III When one sets out to buy a classic yacht there are many things to take into consideration including the obvious ones that should be covered by the survey report. by Rob Evans Posted 15 Nov 14:29 AEDT America's Cup: The Agony and Ecstacy America's Cup: The Agony and Ecstacy Like all professional sports, race results in the America's Cup mean more than just bragging rights “A little bit of boat speed makes you famous” once said an America's Cup skipper. The unsaid flip side is that a lack of it, will relegate you to obscurity. by Dr Hamish Ross Posted 15 Nov 12:06 AEDT The Helix Luff Cord The Helix Luff Cord Top-Down Furling Exclusively For North Sails North Sails and Future Fibres co-engineered the Helix Luff Cord, the latest advancement in Load Sharing Technology. by North Sails Posted 15 Nov 09:25 AEDT TJV: Goodchild and Delahaye take sweet second TJV: Goodchild and Delahaye take sweet second Pip Hare set for IMOCA nail-biting IMOCA finish today Sam Goodchild and Fabien Delahaye, on their 40ft monohull, Leyton, have finished second in the Class40 of the 14th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre after crossing the finish line in the Bay of All Saints in Salvador de Bahia by Soazig Guého Posted 15 Nov 09:10 AEDT Brest Atlantiques Day 10: The Ultim battle resumes Brest Atlantiques Day 10: The Ultim battle resumes Maxi Edmond de Rothschild were the first to pass through the Cagarras Islands today What a day of twists and turns for "Brest Atlantiques"! Maxi Edmond de Rothschild were the first to pass through the Cagarras Islands today at 12:16, followed by Actual Leader in second. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 15 Nov 08:23 AEDT 44Cup Palma day 1 44Cup Palma day 1 No play on the opening day Winds gusting up to 40 knots and a heinous seastate out on the Bay of Palma, kept the 44Cup fleet at the dock on the opening day of the 44Cup Palma. by Jessica Gray Posted 15 Nov 03:29 AEDT SailGP returns to Cowes for Season 2 SailGP returns to Cowes for Season 2 Historic speeds were reached in Cowes in 2019 Great Britain SailGP Team will want to impress the home crowd in Cowes and win its first SailGP title, as the team looks to fend off rivals from Australia, China, France, Japan and the USA, plus the possibility of an additional team during Season 2. by SailGP Posted 15 Nov 01:13 AEDT Crédit Mutuel wins Transat Jacques Vabre Class40s Crédit Mutuel wins Transat Jacques Vabre Class40s Ian Lipinsky and Adrien Hardy arrive in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil Ian Lipinsky and Adrien Hardy, on their 40ft monohull, Crédit Mutuel, have won the Class40 of the 14th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre after crossing the finish line in the Bay of All Saints in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. by Soazig Guého Posted 14 Nov 17:23 AEDT PredictWind makes significant model enhancements PredictWind makes significant model enhancements 10 years of development has culminated in the release of the most accurate iteration of two models PredictWind has made significant improvements to their weather models. 10 years of development has culminated in the release of the most accurate iteration of the PWG & PWE forecast models to date. by Nick Olsen/Predictwind Posted 14 Nov 13:44 AEDT Title still open going into 44Cup's grand finale Title still open going into 44Cup's grand finale Two teams, Chris Bake's Team Aqua and Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika, are top contenders Starting tomorrow is the 44Cup Palma, concluding event of the 2019 44Cup where the overall winner will be decided. At present two teams, Chris Bake's Team Aqua and Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika, are top contenders. by Jessica Gray Posted 14 Nov 10:54 AEDT Brest Atlantiques day 9 Brest Atlantiques day 9 MACIF approaches Rio tonight for a pitstop Following Maxi Edmond de Rothschild's pitstop on Tuesday, MACIF remains in the lead of "Brest Atlantiques", but tonight will be making a stop themselves in Rio De Janeiro for repairs to their central hull rudder. by Sabina Mollart-Rogerson Posted 14 Nov 10:04 AEDT Transat Jacques Vabre: Merron speeds for cheese Transat Jacques Vabre: Merron speeds for cheese The Anglo-French paid on Campagne de France next home Salvador de Bahia is preparing to welcome the next IMOCA and the only couple on a boat in this race, Britain's Miranda Merron and her French partner on land and sea, Halvard Mabire on Campagne de France at the end of the evening (local time, 23:00 UTC). by Soazig Guého Posted 14 Nov 09:29 AEDT
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