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Building the 42m super sailing yacht Vijonara Building the 42m super sailing yacht Vijonara Behind the scene of her design inputs with Nigel Ingram As a former racing sailor and yacht captain, sailing boats are what MCM co-founder Nigel Ingram knows best. He acted as the owner's representative throughout the construction of the 42m sailing yacht Vijonara, 2nd in Andre Hoek's Truly Classic 128 series. by MCM press Posted 25 Mar 16:15 UTC 2019 season of the Russian National Sailing League 2019 season of the Russian National Sailing League Consisting of 3 divisions and 20 stages in new towns The biggest sailing project of Russian Federation, National Sailing League, celebrated its fifth anniversary at the start of First Division's 1st stage in Sochi on last weekend. by Maria Dybunova Posted 25 Mar 16:02 UTC Clipper Race renewes partnership with TIMEZERO Clipper Race renewes partnership with TIMEZERO TIMEZERO by MaxSea announced as Official Navigation Software Supplier to the Clipper 2019-20 Race The eleven strong fleet of 70 ft ocean racing yachts will be equipped with TZ Professional for the 40,000 nm circumnavigation. by Grace Kitching Posted 25 Mar 16:00 UTC RS Aeros at Sarasota One Design Midwinter Regatta RS Aeros at Sarasota One Design Midwinter Regatta Fifth and final regatta of the RS Aero US Winter Series Sunny Sarasota was the setting for the fifth and final regatta of the 2019 RS Aero US Winter Series supported by KO Sailing. Despite the tropical location, wind patterns were disrupted by the Cyclone Bomb event up north. by David Solnick Posted 25 Mar 10:13 UTC St. Thomas International Regatta overall St. Thomas International Regatta overall Squalls sent windy curve balls across the courses on the final day Clouds and a couple of squalls sent windy curve balls across the courses set for the 50-plus boats racing in the 46th St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR). STIR, long known as the 'Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing' by Carol Bareuther Posted 25 Mar 07:18 UTC The Ocean Race: New race team set to enter The Ocean Race: New race team set to enter The Mirpuri Foundation announced they will be entering a race team in The Ocean Race As part of the launch of The Ocean Race broadcast live from Alicante, Paulo Mirpuri of the Portuguese based The Mirpuri Foundation announced they will be entering a team, rather than just sponsoring an entry. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 24 Mar 23:35 UTC Famous martini Famous martini Shaken, not stirred - we're talking about the Sayonara Cup Ah huh. So that would make it shaken, not stirred. Right. Now what we are referring to is the recent running and winning of the Sayonara Cup, which we featured last week in Left Languishing. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 24 Mar 21:00 UTC Kinsale Frank Godsell March League day 2 Kinsale Frank Godsell March League day 2 Sailed in a delightful 15 knot breeze The promised light winds never materialised and the second week of the Frank Godsell sponsored, March League, was sailed in a delightful 15 knot breeze. by Dave O'Sullivan Posted 24 Mar 19:58 UTC Ian Williams claims M32 European Series warm-up Ian Williams claims M32 European Series warm-up GAC Pindar team led from day one The British six time Match Racing World Champion and defending M32 European Series champion and his crew of Richard Sydenham, Pete Nicholas and Will Alloway led from day one of this three day event. by M32 Series Posted 24 Mar 18:34 UTC J/70 Sevastopol International Cup announcement J/70 Sevastopol International Cup announcement A brand new sailing event will be held in September The project organizers promise participation by international teams from Europe, Asia, and across the world. Simply apply to the National Sailing League in Moscow, see links below. You do not have to bring your own boat, just fly in with your crew! by J/Boats Posted 24 Mar 17:49 UTC North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief St Barths Bucket, Melges World League Preview, World Champ Insights, Downwind Sails The annual St Barths Bucket had their first race today, with a full weekend of superyacht sailing ahead. Hear why this “must do” Corinthian regatta is a truly unique event. by North Sails Posted 24 Mar 12:00 UTC Inside Melges: The March Issue Inside Melges: The March Issue Details of clinics and latest fleet news Time to start thinking about the season ahead! Melges put together a story in anticipation of the year ahead. Watch the latest MC video, get excited for top regattas, read about the new boat design, and learn how we can help you meet your racing goals. by Melges Performance Sailboats Posted 24 Mar 09:00 UTC 2019 Fireball Worlds set for Montreal 2019 Fireball Worlds set for Montreal An exciting change from the recent past The 2019 Fireball World Championship will take place in Montreal. In an exciting change from the recent past, this year's sailing venue will be in a major urban centre, promising a tremendous array of activities when the sailing is done. by Joe Jospe Posted 24 Mar 07:19 UTC St. Thomas International Regatta day 2 St. Thomas International Regatta day 2 Leads lengthened, leads overtaken Some of the 50-plus boats racing on the second day of the 46th St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR), stretched their class leads. Others overtook fellow class competitors to jump into the lead. by Carol Bareuther Posted 24 Mar 05:51 UTC America's Cup: DutchSail seeks public support America's Cup: DutchSail seeks public support America's Cup Challenger, DutchSail has announced a crowdfunding campaign to supplement other fund America's Cup Challenger, DutchSail has announced a crowdfunding campaign to supplement other fundraising and sponsorship. The team have gone to Dutch individuals and corporates looking for a promise of 100 euros per month for 24 months. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 23 Mar 23:35 UTC The Ocean Race: Duo want to revive Kiwi legacy The Ocean Race: Duo want to revive Kiwi legacy The Volvo 65 is an excellent opportunity to attract younger generation Kiwi sailors Bianca Cook, who sailed aboard the mixed crew entry Turn the Tide on Plastic in the 2017/18 Volvo Ocean Race voiced her interest in promoting a Kiwi entry, Friday morning (NZT) during the global launch for The Ocean Race from Alicante, Spain. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 23 Mar 23:32 UTC Vikings on the ascent Vikings on the ascent M32 European Series Sanremo warm-up day 2 Once again Sanremo defied the forecasters for day two of the warm-up event for the 2019 M32 European Series. While zero wind was predicted, a southwesterly filled in, perfectly timed for today's guest racing and had built to 9-10 knots for the start. by M32 Series Posted 23 Mar 18:45 UTC The Nations Trophy: A new exciting regatta year The Nations Trophy: A new exciting regatta year For all Swan One Design Yachts In 2017, Nautor's Swan launched the pivotal The Nations Trophy as a focal biennial event in the world of Swan One Design activity. by Nautor's Swan Posted 23 Mar 11:41 UTC 49erFX women setting the standard 49erFX women setting the standard Something very special occurring in the fleet The 49erFX fleet, while young by most standards, has produced and nurtured some of the world's best female sailors. We take a look at what makes the class and women involved so special. by Drew Malcolm Posted 23 Mar 08:53 UTC St. Thomas International Regatta day 1 St. Thomas International Regatta day 1 A great day of racing for over 50 boats Caribbean perfect sailing conditions spelled a great day of racing for the 50-plus boats competing in the first day of the 46th St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR), which takes place through Sunday. by Carol Bareuther Posted 23 Mar 08:51 UTC M32 European Series: GAC Pindar edges ahead M32 European Series: GAC Pindar edges ahead M32 newbie Inga Racing Team claims first bullet The nimble M32s came into their own on the first day of the San Remo warm-up event for the 2019 M32 European Series, when the featherweight one design catamarans were able to pick themselves up and provide fair by M32 Series Posted 22 Mar 21:40 UTC Four dinghies put through their paces in Valencia Four dinghies put through their paces in Valencia D-Zero, Laser, Melges 14 and RS Aero at Sea Trials From 11-15 March 2019, the D-Zero, Laser, Melges 14 and RS Aero were put through their paces at Sea Trials for the Men's and Women's One Person Dinghy Equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympic Sailing Competition. by World Sailing Posted 22 Mar 20:15 UTC 12 Metre World Championship preview 12 Metre World Championship preview Event will hark back to America's Cup days in Newport When the 12 Metre World Championship comes to Newport, R.I. this summer (July 8-13), the significance of the venue will not be lost on sailing buffs, or for that matter, on sports historians in general. by Barby MacGowan Posted 22 Mar 18:48 UTC 11th Hour Racing: 2nd Annual Urban Water Challenge 11th Hour Racing: 2nd Annual Urban Water Challenge 11th Hour Racing and Bluewater promote human ingenuity to tackle urban water threats In honor of World Water Day and the 2019 theme, 'leaving no one behind', 11th Hour Racing and Bluewater Group announced the second annual Urban Water Challenge, a global innovation competition that empowers entrepreneurs to deploy water technologies. by 11th Hour Racing Posted 22 Mar 16:19 UTC Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 2019 Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 2019 The 2019 dates are confirmed The annual Mirabaud Sailing Video Award celebrates the best sailing videos produced each year across the world and their authors. Building on the lessons learned from the first two editions, the competition continues to evolve and refine its rules. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 22 Mar 15:32 UTC Your Personal Best Your Personal Best Mens and womens bestsellers You liked it. We noticed. Chosen for their impeccable performance and outstanding quality, these bestsellers have been chosen by you. by Nick Houchin Posted 22 Mar 12:00 UTC Next stage in multi-million pounds funding bid Next stage in multi-million pounds funding bid For Artemis Technologies led project A Belfast-based bid led by Artemis Technologies has received funding from a major seedcorn programme that could see tens of millions of pounds pumped into its plans to decarbonise maritime transportation. by Simon Cunningham Posted 22 Mar 11:52 UTC Swan One Designs Yachts to start new regatta year Swan One Designs Yachts to start new regatta year A new league goes in the circuit: Swan One Design North European League In 2017, Nautor's Swan launched the pivotal The Nations Trophy as a focal biennial event in the world of Swan One Design activity. by Nautor's Swan Posted 22 Mar 11:32 UTC Building an 18th century Gajeta part 4 Building an 18th century Gajeta part 4 A merger of CNC parts, epoxy resin and traditional skills A gajeta is a traditional design of small open fishing boat but as they are raced competitively, an enterprising naval architect decided to make one using modern epoxy techniques. In this instalment, the computer-generated design is taking shape. by Jake Kavanagh Posted 22 Mar 09:23 UTC Irish luck at Monaco J/70 Winter Series, Act V Irish luck at Monaco J/70 Winter Series, Act V St Patrick's Day victory goes to Soak Racing Organized by the Yacht Club de Monaco, in collaboration with technical clothing supplier SLAM, the regattas were important for J/70 one-design teams to prepare for the season. by J-boats Posted 22 Mar 08:30 UTC Blitz, Spirit of Juno win Round the Rocks Race Blitz, Spirit of Juno win Round the Rocks Race 2019 St. Thomas International Regatta kicks off Friday Ten boats had a great chance to warm up and shake down during today's Round The Rocks race, a one-day circumnavigation of the neighboring 19 square mile island of St. John. by Carol Bareuther Posted 22 Mar 06:12 UTC Gladwell's Line: Dinghy trials...Am Cup..18fters Gladwell's Line: Dinghy trials...Am Cup..18fters A scan of the Sailing scene from the past week or so - America's Cup, 18fters and Singlehanders A look at the Evaluation Trials for the Single Handed Mens and Womens Single Handed Dinghy to be used at the 2024 Olympics. What was really behind the Applications to the America's Cup Arb Panel? And a look at the Kiwi win in the JJ's in Sydney by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 22 Mar 02:06 UTC O'pen BIC North American 'Un-Regatta' O'pen BIC North American 'Un-Regatta' 86 sailors from Hawaii to Bermuda to Germany came to San Diego The "Un-Regatta" format included both conventional racing and unorthodox courses. Compulsory maneuvers and course obstacles challenged the sailors' boat handling and tactical ability in a fun and entertaining way. by Nevin Sayre Posted 21 Mar 23:47 UTC The Ocean Race: Fresh look to intended Kiwi entry The Ocean Race: Fresh look to intended Kiwi entry Bianca Cook and Tony Rae have teamed up to launch a NZ flagged entry in The Ocean Race Tony Rae, one of the veterans of the Volvo Ocean Race has teamed up with Bianca Cook, who crewed on Turn the Tide on Plastic in the 2017/18 VOR to enter a New Zealand team in the 2021/22 in the next edition of the Round the World race. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 21 Mar 22:08 UTC Russians win Barcelona J/70 Winter Series Russians win Barcelona J/70 Winter Series Sixteen boats sail the 2018-2019 winter series in Spain Winning the overall winter series was the Russian crew of Amaiz Sailing Team with Egor Terpigorev, Sergey Dobrovolskiy, Victor Serezhkin and Slava Martynov from Cyprus Yacht Club. Their winning record was 5-1-1-4-1-1-10-7 for 20 pts. by J-boats Posted 21 Mar 21:30 UTC The Ocean Race enters new era The Ocean Race enters new era New brand identity revealed The Ocean Race revealed its new brand identity and confirmed two team entries during an online launch event hosted in Alicante, Spain. by The Ocean Race Posted 21 Mar 20:10 UTC Golden Globe Race day 263 Golden Globe Race day 263 Istvan Kopar secures fourth place American Hungarian solo yachtsman Istvan Kopar finally reached the finish line off Les Sables d'Olonne, France at 13:58 UTC today to take 4th place in the 2018 Golden Globe Race. by Barry Pickthall, Golden Globe Race Posted 21 Mar 20:07 UTC 18 IMOCAS to compete in the Bermuda 1000 Race 18 IMOCAS to compete in the Bermuda 1000 Race Time to clock up the miles in the IMOCA Globe Series The first event on the IMOCA Globe Series calendar for 2019, the Bermuda 1000 Race, will set sail from Douarnenez (Brittany) at 1300 hrs local time on Wednesday 8th May. On the programme, a 2000-mile solo race course finishing in Brest by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 21 Mar 19:25 UTC St Barths Bucket Regatta preview St Barths Bucket Regatta preview Superyachts ready to race in this 'must do' regatta The St Barths Bucket is a ‘must do' regatta for more than its tropical location. This annual event is considered one of the most Corinthian events of the superyacht circuit, mixing great sailing with a casual vibe that is enjoyed by owners, their guests by North Sails Posted 21 Mar 17:00 UTC World No. 1 among latest entries to Argo Gold Cup World No. 1 among latest entries to Argo Gold Cup Two of the top women's match racers to square off against top males The addition of four of the world's top match racers, including Women's World No. 1 Pauline Courtois of France, makes the field for the 2019 Argo Group Gold Cup one of the most diverse and cements its status as the preeminent match race regatta. by Royal Bermuda Yacht Club Posted 21 Mar 15:12 UTC
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