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2020 J/70 Worlds postponed to August 2021 2020 J/70 Worlds postponed to August 2021 To be hosted by California Yacht Club to August 7-15 The International J/70 Class Association has been closely monitoring the worldwide developments in the COVID-19 pandemic. On April 2, Int'l J/70 Executive Committee met specifically in regard to the upcoming World Championship to be held July 25-August 1. by Julie & Chris Howell Posted 6 Apr 08:32 EST Building something that is pointy at both ends Building something that is pointy at both ends Do you need a trimaran... and a proa... and a rowing boat? Andy Ford shares a boat-building process which began with a very complicated brief. It seems he wanted three or maybe four boats, but felt he should build just one hull... by Andy Ford Posted 6 Apr 05:16 EST Magical Splicing Toolkit Mastery! Magical Splicing Toolkit Mastery! Tackle and organise your small boat splicing life with Rooster The Rooster® Splicing Tool-Kit Combo Deal. The magical bag loaded up to tackle and organise your small boat splicing life. Built in needle cushion, slots for your fids, scissors, palm, twine & tape. Complete the kit with a gas torch and you're away. by Rooster Posted 6 Apr 02:30 EST 2020 A Class Cat Europeans and Worlds postponed 2020 A Class Cat Europeans and Worlds postponed New event dates announced for 2021 events These are unprecedented times. As a consequence of the pandemic caused by COVID-19, our major events of 2020 (Europeans in Cadiz/Spain and Worlds in St-Petersburg, Florida, USA) are enduring great risks of cancellation or very limited participation. by Gordon Upton Posted 6 Apr 01:20 EST Where there's a will there's a way Where there's a will there's a way The past fortnight has proved that sailors are a resourceful bunch If there's one thing that the past fortnight has proved, it's that sailors are a resourceful bunch. The vast majority of the sailing world can't get out on the water, but it certainly doesn't mean we're idle. by Mark Jardine Posted 5 Apr 17:00 EST Garage finds Garage finds Have you found some hidden gems during a lock-down spring-clean? With many of us staying at home during the lock-down, perhaps working less - finding there is a little more time to be used - it seems thoughts are turning to spring cleaning. by The YachtsandYachting.com and Sail-World.com team Posted 5 Apr 11:00 EST Postponement of World Sailing's General Assembly Postponement of World Sailing's General Assembly World Sailing's Board is reported to be meeting to discuss the postponement of the Annual Conference The well connected online Olympic news website InsideTheGames.biz reports that The Board of World Sailing are to meet on Monday April 6, to discuss the postponement of the 2020 Annual Conference and General Assembly by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 5 Apr 10:42 EST North Sails Cruising Sailors Tool Kit North Sails Cruising Sailors Tool Kit Also Talk Moths With Tom Slingsby, Upcoming Webinars Our experts have created a variety of articles to help you gain confidence for your next getaway. Let's plan your summer adventure together. by North Sails Posted 5 Apr 09:58 EST Restoring a very early wooden OK dinghy Restoring a very early wooden OK dinghy Purchased free with a cheap trailer, and turned into an unexpected project Our series of ebay restorations continues, but this time only £50 was spent, or was that actually £0? Rob Efans tells us the story... by Rob Evans Posted 5 Apr 09:33 EST Sailors in lockdown - Reflections from Valencia Sailors in lockdown - Reflections from Valencia Thoughts on the Lockdown and how it has affected one sailor and the people in his bubbles. Luca Devoti, the larger than life Finn Olympic medalist, coach, boat builder and writer shares his thoughts on the Lockdown and how it has affected him and the people in his bubbles. by Luca Devoti Posted 5 Apr 09:23 EST Kinsale Dragons still planning for the Gold Cup Kinsale Dragons still planning for the Gold Cup Arrangements for the September event currently progressing as normal Kinsale Yacht Club (KYC) and the International Dragon Association (IDA) have confirmed that planning for the 2020 Dragon Gold Cup, to be raced off Kinsale from 5 to 11 September, is still progressing as normal at the current time. by Brian Goggin Posted 5 Apr 08:25 EST Doyle Sails: Trim like a champion in the lockdown Doyle Sails: Trim like a champion in the lockdown With everyone being encouraged #stayhome you too can keep your sail trimming finely honed With everyone being encouraged #stayhome you too can keep your sail trimming finely honed like Doyle Sails specialist Willem van Waay by Doyle Sails Posted 5 Apr 05:34 EST America's Cup: Grinding through the lockdown America's Cup: Grinding through the lockdown INEOS Team UK grinder Graeme Spence shows how he stays on top of his fitness regime. Staying on the grind! The sailors are at home but they are still training. INEOS Team UK grinder Graeme Spence shows how he stays on top of his fitness regime with a homemade grinding machine. by Graeme Spence/INEOS Team UK Posted 5 Apr 03:54 EST America's Cup: How do you build a flying boat? America's Cup: How do you build a flying boat? Luna Rossa design team shows us how to go from a blank sheet of paper to a flying boat. While almost half the world is in lockdown, the team at Luna Rossa Challenge want to do what they can to keep audiences engaged and share some of the stories behind the team. by Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team media Posted 5 Apr 03:18 EST Clinkerfest postponed to 2021 Clinkerfest postponed to 2021 International 12 foot class hope international entries can still attend next year We note with regret that the Lough Ree Yacht Club 250th centenary regatta is to be postponed until 2021 for reasons of the Coronavirus. by Vincent Delany Posted 5 Apr 01:27 EST Hugo Boss ready for launch after keel repairs Hugo Boss ready for launch after keel repairs Just a few days before the UK went into COVID-19 lockdown, the Hugo Boss IMOCA 60 exited the shed. Just a few days before the UK went into COVID-19 lockdown, the Hugo Boss IMOCA 60 was ready to exit the shed. The team had completed the significant job of rebuilding their keel area, after striking a UFO and jettisoning their keel during the 2019 TJV by Alex Thomson Racing/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 5 Apr 00:09 EST Video: Meet INEOS Team UK designer Ollie Pendleton Video: Meet INEOS Team UK designer Ollie Pendleton Moving Parts is an INEOS TEAM UK series looking at the work of different team members. Moving Parts is an INEOS TEAM UK series looking at the invaluable work of different members from across the team. This time we are looking at a member of the design team, Oliver ‘Ollie' Pendleton. by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 4 Apr 19:02 EST 2020 Pacific Cup Yacht Race update 2020 Pacific Cup Yacht Race update Unprecedented times call for new measures and no shortage of fluidity and adaptability The last hundred days leading up to the Pacific Cup are usually a hive of activity as competitors are busy preparing their boats, making their final lists, getting inspected for safety and compliance, and spending time on the water training. by Ronnie Simpson Posted 4 Apr 14:16 EST The Whitbread Round the World Race 1981-82 The Whitbread Round the World Race 1981-82 Official Film as Conny van Rietschoten returns to defend his title Conny van Rietschoten returned to the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1981-82 determined not just to defend his title but to win both line honours on every leg, and the overall race on handicap. by The Ocean Race Posted 4 Apr 13:33 EST 52 Super Series sailors and crew doing their bit 52 Super Series sailors and crew doing their bit Groups and individuals are engaged in making protective clothing and masks Sailors and shore crew from the wider 52 Super Series family are putting their skills - and in many cases their hardware - to good use helping support the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. by 52 Super Series Posted 4 Apr 12:42 EST
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