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Sail Melbourne International day 4 Sail Melbourne International day 4 Multiple storm fronts passing through give a wet and wild penultimate day It was a challenging day for sailors and race management alike with multiple storm fronts passing through Melbourne on the penultimate day of Sail Melbourne International making for another wild and fun day for the majority of the classes. by Cora Zillich Posted 20 Jan 06:06 EST RS Electric launch the Pulse58 at Boot Düsseldorf RS Electric launch the Pulse58 at Boot Düsseldorf The first 100% fully integrated electric production RIB Pulse58 officially launched at boot Dusseldorf yesterday, joint RS CEOs Alex Newton Southon and Jon Partridge spoke passionately about the vision for this project and what they had planned for the future. by RS Electric Posted 20 Jan 04:00 EST America's Cup: Cagliari breeze tests Challengers America's Cup: Cagliari breeze tests Challengers The two Cagliari based America's Cup Challengers were sailing on Friday in fresh 20kt plus winds. After several days of light winds the two Cagliari based America's Cup Challengers were sailing on Friday in fresh 20kt plus winds. Both teams got in some useful practice in the strengthening wind, before they both called it day and headed back to base. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 20 Jan 03:44 EST Just how hard can it be? Just how hard can it be? You've won multiple World Championships, and not just in the one class... You've won multiple World Championships, and not just in the one class mind you. Try a very impressive three styles of boat. You even have the ultimate colour of Olympic bling in the trophy cabinet. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 19 Jan 18:30 EST Sail Melbourne International day 3 Sail Melbourne International day 3 Late rumbles shake up the fleet Despite a huge storm front battering Port Phillip in the early afternoon, most classes were able to complete a full slate of racing on day three of Sail Melbourne International on Sunday. by Cora Zillich Posted 19 Jan 06:33 EST 18ft Skiff Australian Championship day 1 18ft Skiff Australian Championship day 1 Finport Finance team totally dominate the racing The Finport Finance team of Keagan York, Matt Stenta and David Ewings totally dominated the racing in a 8-12 knots SSE wind to lead the fleet after the two-race opening day. by Frank Quealey Posted 19 Jan 03:42 EST Hempel participants team up to rescue a coral reef Hempel participants team up to rescue a coral reef USA, sailors and officials teamed up to rescue a coral reef Ahead of the Hempel World Cup Series event in Miami, USA, sailors and officials teamed up on Friday 17 January to rescue a coral reef. by Daniel Smith, World Sailing Posted 18 Jan 23:10 EST Optimist World Championship NOR is online Optimist World Championship NOR is online Almost six months to Garda Almost six months before the start of the most awaited appointment of the 2020 youth sailing calendar, the Optimist World Championship, the organization of the event has published the Notice of Race of the regatta. by Optimist World Championship Posted 18 Jan 14:56 EST Sail Melbourne International day 2 Sail Melbourne International day 2 Port Phillip delivered another cracking day On Friday, only one race had been possible in most fleets and Saturday's aim was to get the maximum number of races in. With three and more races on the schedule, leader boards started to take shape. by Cora Zillich Posted 18 Jan 09:30 EST North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief #NSVictoryList: 5.5 Metre Worlds, North Kites, Etchells Australian Nationals, Winter Photo Share Congratulations to Kristian Nergaard, Johan Barne, and Anders Pederson for winning the 5.5 Metre Worlds in New South Wales, AUS. What did it take to win? by North Sails Posted 18 Jan 09:21 EST Formula Kite: The World Champs lands in Oristano Formula Kite: The World Champs lands in Oristano It's history in the making for Italy, Sardinia It's history in the making for Italy, Sardinia and the territory of Oristano. From 13th to 18th October 2020, it will take place the first Formula Kite World Championship with the same format that is going to début at Paris 2024 Olympic Games. by Roberto D'Amico Posted 18 Jan 05:33 EST Sail Canada announces 2020 Sailing Youth Squad Sail Canada announces 2020 Sailing Youth Squad Athletes were assessed on skill, talent and compatibility to a certain class Sail Canada is proud to nominate the following athletes to the 2020 Canadian Sailing Youth Squad. With the help of our clubs, provincial partners, coaches, and support staff, we were able to name the new squad. by Sail Canada Posted 17 Jan 23:07 EST Gladwell's Line: First cross in Cagliari Gladwell's Line: First cross in Cagliari Another milestone was passed in Cagliari, Sardinia this week with the first two AC75's Another milestone in the 2021 America's Cup cycle was passed in Cagliari, Sardinia this week with the first two AC75's from rival Challengers appearing on the same piece of water, and snapped as they were leaving and entering the boat harbour by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 17 Jan 19:56 EST INEOS TEAM UK Winter Training Camp in Cagliari INEOS TEAM UK Winter Training Camp in Cagliari Sir Ben Ainslie delves into the AC75 hull designs The start of the new year has brought the start of INEOS TEAM UK's winter training camp in Cagliari, Sardinia, as preparations stepped up another level before the first America's Cup World Series (ACWS) event in Cagliari. by INEOS Team UK Posted 17 Jan 11:57 EST Entry open for Finn Gold Cup in Palma Entry open for Finn Gold Cup in Palma Organised by the Club Nàutic S'Arenal The 2020 Finn Gold Cup will be organised by the Club Nàutic S'Arenal from 8-16 May in the Bay of Palma, Mallorca. by Robert Deaves Posted 17 Jan 11:20 EST BVI Spring Regatta 2020 preview BVI Spring Regatta 2020 preview Get your spring sailing groove on! Sun. Warm. Cocktails. Beach. Sailing. If any part of this sounds good, get yourself to the Caribbean for the 49th BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival. 2020 promises to be another great event with a format that has proven a winner by Michelle Slade Posted 17 Jan 08:01 EST Clean your bottom - DIY Care & Products Clean your bottom - DIY Care & Products Do you want to add speed to your sailing campaign? Do you want to add speed to your sailing campaign? One of the best ways to do this is to make sure your hull is clean and slick. by Melges Performance Sailboats Posted 17 Jan 07:00 EST Sail Melbourne International day 1 Sail Melbourne International day 1 Pushing the limits on day one With wind limits on the edge, conditions on day one of Sail Melbourne International 2020 provided many competitors with a wild, windy and challenging day on Port Phillip Bay. by Cora Zillich Posted 17 Jan 06:33 EST America's Cup: A day in the life of an AC75 America's Cup: A day in the life of an AC75 America's Cup: A day in the life of Emirates Team NZ's AC75 on the Waitemata Harbour A day in the training and development life of Emirates Team NZ's AC75 sailing in Auckland on January 9, 2020. If you haven't seen the AC75 sailing in person, this video is a very accurate portrayal of a typical training and development session. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 16 Jan 20:25 EST Sail Melbourne International starts today Sail Melbourne International starts today The 2020 Road to Tokyo and Paris 2024 goes via Sail Melbourne The 2020 edition of Melbourne's iconic Sail Melbourne International regatta will kick off today, Friday, 17 January, with racing of the five-day event to start on Port Phillip from 13:00 this afternoon (17 - 21 January 2020). by Cora Zillich Posted 16 Jan 19:52 EST
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