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A new Medallia for Pip Hare for 2024 Vendée Globe A new Medallia for Pip Hare for 2024 Vendée Globe The new owners of the IMOCA Bureau Vallée 2 British skipper Pip Hare and her sponsors Medallia have confirmed they are the new owners of the IMOCA Bureau Vallée 2 which Louis Burton sailed to third place on the Vendée Globe. by Vendée Globe Posted 16 May 16:10 AEST Game-Changing kit from Rooster Game-Changing kit from Rooster Get a closer look at why this season's kit is made a particular way Get a closer look at why this season's kit is made a particular way, why it's often unconventional, we don't only take one hobby or skill into account, we're catering for the active people who want to do and try everything. by Rooster Sailing Posted 16 May 01:00 AEST SailGP makes an impact with purpose-driven project SailGP makes an impact with purpose-driven project Commitment to positively impact each of its event's communities With the high-speed pace being set by the opening event in Bermuda, SailGP's purpose-driven mantle to Race for the Future as an international leader in sustainable sport and entertainment wasted no time making its mark. by SailGP Posted 16 May 00:47 AEST North Sails Episode 4 of “What is…” North Sails Episode 4 of “What is…” Focus on 3Di, the world's most advanced sailmaking technology In episode four, we're here to explain North 3Di- the most advanced sail technology available exclusively from North Sails. Over the last five months, North 3Di has made some of the most prestigious wins in sailing possible. by North Sails Posted 15 May 21:00 AEST Ensign News, Info & Top Picks Ensign News, Info & Top Picks Top picks and luxurious new boats which are ready and waiting for your next adventure Welcome to our update with our latest top picks and luxurious new boats which are ready and waiting for your next adventure! The previous success we have seen in the last few months has not slowed down! by Ensign Yachts Posted 15 May 16:18 AEST 44Cup sets sail next week in Slovenia 44Cup sets sail next week in Slovenia Firing up again after 18 month hiatus Following a huge effort on the part of the local organisers in Slovenia, the class, as well as the owners and teams arriving from the four corners of the globe, the 44Cup season will fire up again next week at the 44Cup Portorož. by Jessica Gray Posted 15 May 15:12 AEST Marine Auctions May Online Auctions Marine Auctions May Online Auctions Bidding for this Online Auction will commence on Thursday 27th May Marine Auctions are happy to provide details of the vessels etc. that are to be offered for sale in our May 2021 Online Auction. by Adrian Seiffert, Marine Auctions Posted 15 May 07:30 AEST International Class status for the RS21 keelboat International Class status for the RS21 keelboat Successful ratification of an application made to World Sailing RS Sailing is pleased to announce the successful ratification of an application made to World Sailing for International Class status for the RS21 keelboat. by Lynn Billowes Posted 15 May 03:44 AEST Alternative events for Paris 2024 approved Alternative events for Paris 2024 approved World Sailing's Council meeting concludes 2021 Mid-Year Meeting World Sailing's Council have approved the Men's and Women's Kiteboarding (Formula Kite) and Men's and Women's Two Person Dinghy (470) as the first and second alternative event proposals to Mixed Offshore at Paris 2024. by World Sailing Posted 15 May 02:39 AEST Paris 2024: Kites overwhelm 470 in key vote Paris 2024: Kites overwhelm 470 in key vote The Council of World Sailing has voted solidly in favour of separate Mens and Womens Kiteboard The Council of World Sailing has voted solidly in favour of separate Mens and Womens Kiteboard, ahead of the option to separate the Mixed 470 into Mens and Womens 470 events at Paris 2024 Olympic Regatta in Marseille. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com Posted 15 May 00:54 AEST Zhik renew AkzoNobel Ocean Racing partnership Zhik renew AkzoNobel Ocean Racing partnership As the Technical Clothing Partner for the team Zhik are delighted to announce they are back as the Technical Clothing Partner for AkzoNobel Ocean Racing for The Ocean Race Europe 2021, the prelude to The Ocean Race 2022-23. by Liz Rushall Posted 14 May 21:00 AEST World Sailing's Virtual Mid-Year Meeting World Sailing's Virtual Mid-Year Meeting Council voting today on the alternative event for Paris 2024 World Sailing's Virtual Mid-Year Meeting commenced on Monday 10 May with the Equipment Committee and Events Committee both meeting. by Daniel Smith, World Sailing Posted 14 May 19:25 AEST Award winning - Excess 12 Award winning - Excess 12 Award-winning Excess 12 catamaran Introducing the all-new, award-winning Excess 12 catamaran. by Flagstaff Marine Posted 14 May 16:53 AEST New range of flanged aluminium deck bushes New range of flanged aluminium deck bushes Four sizes and six colours available from Allen The new range of flanged aluminium deck bushes is now available. Allen flanged aluminium deck bushes feature a wider surface area with two fixing holes, allowing for a simple installation which only requires two screws and no mess. by Allen Posted 13 May 23:00 AEST Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race day 5 Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race day 5 The Edge fights adverse tides and wind Race Officials from Fremantle Sailing Club anxiously watched satellite trackers this afternoon when the smallest yacht in the fleet, Dave Kenny's The Edge, was caught in a southerly current and windless conditions near reefs off North West Cape. by Bernie Kaaks Posted 13 May 22:42 AEST Boris Herrmann and Team Malizia announce plans Boris Herrmann and Team Malizia announce plans Set to participate in The Ocean Race 2022/23 and Vendée Globe 2024/25 Building on the successful 4yr campaign which culminated in a 5th place in the Vendée Globe and created strong enthusiasm and media impact in Germany, France and 70 other countries around the globe, Boris and his team are embarking on a new 5yr programme. by Holly Cova Posted 13 May 15:13 AEST Finn Gold Cup Overall: Maloney sweeps to victory Finn Gold Cup Overall: Maloney sweeps to victory Spain's Cardona takes silver while fellow NZ sailor Junior collects bronze in Porto It took more than 60 years for a New Zealand sailor to win the Finn Gold Cup, and now two have come along in a row. Andy Maloney has led the 2021 Finn Gold Cup since Day 1 and on Wednesday, though he briefly lost the lead by Robert Deaves Posted 13 May 12:53 AEST Extraordinary tales of extraordinary people Extraordinary tales of extraordinary people All-round incredible people who never gave up their drive to achieve the uncommon Many of us look up to the extraordinary feats of professional sailors racing at the Vendée Globe. We admire them, we look up to them, we can't say we can always relate to them, but part of us sailors would like to feel the same emotions they live through. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 13 May 00:52 AEST This is North Sails This is North Sails The team, the tools, and the technology You can imagine the future or you can be a part of it. Lowell North decided to be a part of it, and lead it. When he started North Sails, Lowell North's philosophy was simple...get the best people and commit yourself to make the best product. by North Sails Posted 12 May 22:46 AEST ORCV Carnival of Short Handed Sailing Race ORCV Carnival of Short Handed Sailing Race The passion for short-handed sailing is well alive in Melbourne sailing scene With a revised course and allowing both double handed and 4+ autohelm boats to compete individually and also in teams, brought thirty-three entrants to the start line on a glorious Autumn day in Melbourne. by ORCV Posted 12 May 22:10 AEST The Ocean Race and TIME join forces The Ocean Race and TIME join forces The collaboration will raise awareness of the threats to the ocean The Ocean Race, the world's toughest test of a team in sport, and the global media brand TIME, are launching a new partnership to help inspire change for the ocean. by The Ocean Race Posted 12 May 21:38 AEST Letter from the Antipodes: New York pops surprise Letter from the Antipodes: New York pops surprise Kiwis win 470's; Solid start in Finns ; New York YC delivers Mother's Day surprise Comment on the Kiwi win in the 470 Europeans in Vilamoura. Two Emirates Team New Zealand sailors are topping the Finn Gold Cup, and reaction to the New York YC America's Cup Challenge and draft Protocol. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com Posted 12 May 19:11 AEST Zhik introduces new UVActive shirts Zhik introduces new UVActive shirts The UVActive fabric blocks out 99.5% of UVA and UVB even when the tops are wet The importance of protecting your skin from harmful UV, even in cloudy conditions, is well understood in the southern hemisphere yet less so in the northern hemisphere. by Zhik Posted 12 May 16:00 AEST Finn Gold Cup Day 4: Maloney & Junior run the show Finn Gold Cup Day 4: Maloney & Junior run the show New Zealand's Andy Maloney has extended his lead in Porto New Zealand's Andy Maloney has extended his lead at the 2021 Finn Gold Cup in Porto, Portugal, to take a five-point lead into the final day on Wednesday, with three races possible. by Robert Deaves Posted 12 May 06:31 AEST New reduced Colligo Marine Torque Rope pricing New reduced Colligo Marine Torque Rope pricing Custom luff lines for code zero style sails and torque lines for top down furled spinnakers Our new relationship with Hampidjan allows for a significant price discount on our Torque Ropes making us less expensive than the competitors! by Colligo Marine Posted 12 May 06:16 AEST American Magic, One Design & record-breaking news American Magic, One Design & record-breaking news Latest newsletter from Sail-World's David Schmidt in the USA January 17, 2021 wasn't a good day for the American Magic syndicate, which suffered a boat-breaking capsize. Many people feared the worst for American Magic, which, despite the New York Yacht Club's impressive legacy, was in their first Cup campaign. by David Schmidt Posted 12 May 01:00 AEST Barnes and Dallman-Weiss on their 470 campaign Barnes and Dallman-Weiss on their 470 campaign A Q&A with Nikki Barnes and Lara Dallman-Weiss on earning their berth to the Tokyo 2021 Olympics Few recent Olympic trials have been tougher than the multi-year battle to determine which Women's 470 team would represent the USA at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. by David Schmidt Posted 12 May 01:00 AEST "Sail Faster through Uncertain Times" "Sail Faster through Uncertain Times" 60 Minutes of Live Q&A Whether you're a club racer, a dedicated Weekend Warrior or a full-time Olympic athlete, how do you continue to move forwards as a racing sailor during uncertain times? by Andy Rice Posted 11 May 20:06 AEST Indian claims Fremantle to Exmouth Line Honours Indian claims Fremantle to Exmouth Line Honours Shattering the record set by Ross Swanson's Syrenka 30 years ago Indian crossed the Exmouth finishing line at about 10:15 this morning, so her elapsed time of under three days shatters the record set by Ross Swanson's Syrenka 30 years ago by more than one and a half days. by Bernie Kaaks Posted 11 May 18:20 AEST Over 50 nations registered for the Optimist Worlds Over 50 nations registered for the Optimist Worlds Riva del Garda is getting ready to welcome the young sailors There is just over a month to go before the start of the most awaited youth sailing event in the international sailing world, the Optimist World Championship. by Optimist Worlds 2021 Riva del Garda Posted 11 May 16:37 AEST Bringing the sisters and soul together at SMIRW Bringing the sisters and soul together at SMIRW Donna Dewhurst is happily heading to her 10th SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week Townsville sailor Donna Dewhurst is happily heading to her 10th SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week (SMIRW) where she will arrive with the usual all-female crew and her Hunter 310, Soul Sister, for Townsville Yacht Club's annual event by Di Pearson, SMIRW Media Posted 11 May 16:12 AEST Finn Gold Cup Day 3: No racing possible Finn Gold Cup Day 3: No racing possible Second lost day following very unstable conditions at the Finn Gold Cup in Porto Whilst different storms rage elsewhere in the sailing world, for the second day running, no racing was possible at the 2021 Finn Gold Cup after offshore Atlantic storms brought very unstable conditions to Porto. by Robert Deaves Posted 11 May 03:13 AEST Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race day 3 Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race day 3 Exmouth leaders becalmed, Indian's speed drops to 0.2 knots Indian and Enterprise NG, the two leaders in Fremantle Sailing Club's Fremantle to Exmouth Race and Rally, lay becalmed off Coral Bay this evening, having covered 600 nautical miles of the 700 mile course. by Bernie Kaaks Posted 11 May 01:16 AEST Collisions at sea Collisions at sea Class IMOCA and the Pôle Mer launch a Call for Expressions of Interest (CEI) Class IMOCA is working to rally together the skills of the marine industry in a bid to break even more new ground in its search for solutions geared towards improving safety for sailors and the preservation of biodiversity. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 11 May 00:44 AEST Hello, my old friend… Hello, my old friend… So I put the word out... it got heard… and how! So I put the word out back in 52 pick up. At any rate, it got heard… And how! by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 10 May 08:00 AEST Cascais 49er & 49erFx Championship overall Cascais 49er & 49erFx Championship overall United States and Germany win in Cascais On the last day of the 2021 Cascais 49er & 49er FX Championship after a stormy morning, the sun shyly appeared and filled the bay of Cascais with light. by Clube Naval de Cascais Posted 10 May 05:17 AEST Finn Gold Cup Day 2: Nature wins the day Finn Gold Cup Day 2: Nature wins the day World's best young sailors speak out Racing was cancelled on the second day of the 2021 Finn Gold Cup in Porto, Portugal, with huge waves battering the harbour entrance in the afternoon and a complete lack of wind in the morning, following overnight storms. by Robert Deaves Posted 10 May 04:55 AEST J/88 and J/122 triumph at Port Stephens Regatta J/88 and J/122 triumph at Port Stephens Regatta 130 keelboats and 50 trailerables and off-the-beach classes enjoying the mild-Autumn conditions The Sail Port Stephens 2021 Regatta was held 19-25 April with the Port Stephens Trophy Event held 23-25 April with 130 keelboats and 50 trailerables and off-the-beach classes enjoying the mild-Autumn conditions. by J/Boats Posted 10 May 04:49 AEST Royal Yacht Squadron Ltd & INEOS TEAM UK statement Royal Yacht Squadron Ltd & INEOS TEAM UK statement Working collaboratively with the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Team New Zealand As the Challenger of Record for the 37th America's Cup, we are working collaboratively with the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Team New Zealand to write the Protocol that will define the rules moving forward. by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 10 May 03:28 AEST Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race day 2 Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race day 2 Indian sets the pace, Enterprise Next Generation still in hot pursuit Barrelling along in fresh south-south-westerly winds today in the shadows of the infamous Zuytdorp Cliffs, Indian and Enterprise NG continue to battle it out at the head of the fleet. by Bernie Kaaks Posted 10 May 01:20 AEST Relay4Nature: The Mission Relay4Nature: The Mission A healthy ocean is fundamental to life on Earth A healthy ocean is fundamental to life on Earth. It's our life support system, producing over half of the planet's oxygen and providing food for billions of people. by The Ocean Race Posted 10 May 00:18 AEST Original Fastnet Course record smashed again Original Fastnet Course record smashed again Maserati Multi 70 & Giovanni Soldini complete 595 miles course in 23 hours, 51 minutes, 16 seconds The Maserati Multi 70 skippered by Giovanni Soldini has conquered the 595 mile Original Fastnet Course record with a time of 23 hours, 51 minutes and 16 seconds. by Negri Firman Posted 9 May 15:53 AEST America's Cup: Defender rebuffs NYYC overtures America's Cup: Defender rebuffs NYYC overtures The America's Cup Defenders and Challenger of Record have rebuffed NYYC's Challenge Unsurprisingly, the America's Cup Defenders, along with the Challenger of Record, have rebuffed the surprise Challenge lodged by the New York Yacht Club, on May 6, and announced earlier today. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World Posted 9 May 15:33 AEST Cascais 49er & 49erFx Championship day 5 Cascais 49er & 49erFx Championship day 5 Contenders set for the medal races On the penultimate day of the 2021 Cascais 49er & 49er FX Championship light winds hit the bay of Cascais, allowing the 49er fleet to complete three races and only one races for the 49er FX fleet. by Clube Naval de Cascais Posted 9 May 15:33 AEST America's Cup: New York YC submits Challenge America's Cup: New York YC submits Challenge Match to take place in New Zealand during early 2024, utilizing the AC75 class New York Yacht Club has submitted a Challenge and Evolutionary Draft Protocol for 37th America's Cup, which would see the Cup Match take place in New Zealand during early 2024, utilizing the AC75 class by New York Yacht Club Posted 9 May 10:44 AEST VO65 teams build towards the Ocean Race Europe VO65 teams build towards the Ocean Race Europe Four of the VO65 teams have organised a prologue event ahead of the main event Four of the Northern european based VO65 teams have started sailing in a prologue event they've organised as they head south towards Lorient, France for The Ocean Race Europe. by The Ocean Race Posted 9 May 09:48 AEST Finn Gold Cup Day 1: Maloney leads in Porto Finn Gold Cup Day 1: Maloney leads in Porto New Zealand's Andy Maloney has grabbed the early lead after three races New Zealand's Andy Maloney has grabbed the early lead at the Finn Gold Cup in Porto, Portugal, after three races on Saturday, the first day of racing. by Robert Deaves Posted 9 May 08:32 AEST Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race kicks off Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race kicks off Rally yachts took full advantage of their motoring allowance. A very light north westerly defied all the predictions and gave skippers some challenging moments when the northerly course left the fleet on port tack to cross the line. by Bernie Kaaks Posted 9 May 01:39 AEST
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