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America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ close up - Day 3 America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ close up - Day 3 Emirates Team New Zealand were unable to sail their AC75 on its third day on the water after launchi Emirates Team New Zealand were unable to sail their AC75 on its third day on the water after launching, but with the team staying close to shore on the America's Cup courses, there was a good opportunity for a close look at Te Aihe's rig. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 19 Sep 06:24 UTC Start of the Mini-Transat La Boulangère postponed Start of the Mini-Transat La Boulangère postponed 22nd edition affected by boisterous wind conditions and sea state Initially scheduled for Sunday 22 September, the start of the 22nd edition of the Mini-Transat La Boulangère has been postponed until a later date. by Aurélie Bargat Posted 19 Sep 22:02 UTC Phil Sharp announces 4-year racing programme Phil Sharp announces 4-year racing programme Ambitious racing goals that use clean energy, with OceansLab Sharp is one of Britain's most successful solo racers and in his Class 40 monohull has set two world records, has been on the podium in three solo transatlantic races in the last two seasons and has been world champion in Class 40 for two years. by Emily Caroe Posted 19 Sep 20:33 UTC FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 1 FAST40+ One Ton Cup day 1 Girls on Film lead after two wins Peter Morton's Girls on Film leads the regatta after scoring two race wins on the opening day of the One Ton Cup. On the water jury Bill Edgerton reported a wind range of 15-18 knots oscillating around 85º and 65º during the three races held. by Louay Habib Posted 19 Sep 19:42 UTC Alex Thomson's new HUGO BOSS yacht launched Alex Thomson's new HUGO BOSS yacht launched British model and actress Poppy Delevingne to christen the IMOCA The new "HUGO BOSS" yacht, set to be raced by British sailor Alex Thomson, launched today at an official christening ceremony on The River Thames in London. by Andy Corridan Posted 19 Sep 19:14 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 4 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 4 The Canary Islands bring welcome sailing conditions The Clipper Race teams are unanimous that they have been welcomed by favourable sailing conditions as the crew surf their way past the Canary Islands south, with yacht speeds into double figures, a welcome change from the lighter winds. by The Clipper Race Posted 19 Sep 13:52 UTC One Ocean MBA's Conference & Regatta kicks off One Ocean MBA's Conference & Regatta kicks off On sustainability challenges and the need for future leaders to address them Taking place for the first time in the beautiful setting of the Costa Smeralda, about 400 students and alumni from the world's most prestigious business schools have gathered to experience three days dedicated to sailing and environmental sustainability. by Marialisa Panu Posted 19 Sep 13:10 UTC Marine Resources job updates Marine Resources job updates The latest jobs in the marine industry Marine Resources specialises in filling job vacancies within the Leisure Marine Industry. We have a variety of recruitment services to suit all types of marine employer. by Marine Resources Posted 19 Sep 11:00 UTC International Dragon 90th Anniversary in San Remo International Dragon 90th Anniversary in San Remo 160 keelboats set to mark the event From her inception as an entry by Johan Anker in the Royal Gothenburg YC's 1928 competition for a new inter-islands cruiser for young people, to her current status as the world's leading 3-man keelboat class, the story of the Dragon has been remarkable. by Fiona Brown Posted 19 Sep 07:09 UTC Mini-Transat La Boulangère Prototype Division Mini-Transat La Boulangère Prototype Division Four-way match, and some? Among the 87 sailors competing in the Mini-Transat La Boulangère 2019, 22 are competing in the prototype category. Though four sailors stand out as firm favourites (François Jambou, Axel Tréhin, Erwan Le Méné and Tanguy Bouroullec) by Aurélie Bargat Posted 19 Sep 05:30 UTC The Nations Trophy 2019 less than a month away The Nations Trophy 2019 less than a month away The greatest Swan One Design gathering ever The Nations Trophy 2019 is less than a month away and has attracted the largest ever gathering of Swan One Designs, quite an achievement given all participating yachts will be in excess of 36 feet. by Nautor's Swan Posted 19 Sep 04:47 UTC NoR released for 2020 Laser Masters Worlds NoR released for 2020 Laser Masters Worlds The final event in a huge summer of Laser sailing Entries are now open for the 2020 ILCA Laser Masters World Championship in Geelong, Australia. The event, across both Standard and Radial divisions, will be held from March 19 -28. by Laser 2020 Media Posted 19 Sep 01:27 UTC All Ireland Championships preview All Ireland Championships preview Keeping it in the family One married couple, two father and son teams, and one pair of brothers will all compete at this year's Irish Sailing All Ireland Championships which take place on 5 & 6 October at the National Yacht Club, Dun Laoghaire. by Treasa Cox, Irish Sailing Posted 18 Sep 17:23 UTC British team win French SB20 National Championship British team win French SB20 National Championship John Pollard's team win with 20 points John Pollard's team "Xcellent" won the French National Championship after three days and nine races. Tasmanian "Aeolus" of Brett Cooper from SB20 Australia took second and "Give me Five" of 2018 French champion Robin Follin closed the podium. by John Seaton Posted 18 Sep 16:58 UTC Star Eastern Hemisphere Championship 2019 Star Eastern Hemisphere Championship 2019 Augie Diaz wins second Silver Star in a row A star-studded list of competitors arrived for four days of scheduled racing including Gold Star world-champions USA's John McCausland, George Szabo and Augie Diaz. by Ashley Love from T2PTV Posted 18 Sep 14:47 UTC SailGP enters esports arena SailGP enters esports arena In partnership with Virtual Regatta and World Sailing SailGP in partnership with Virtual Regatta and World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport - today entered the esports arena with the launch of eSailGP. by SailGP News Posted 18 Sep 14:12 UTC Cabo Verde will host The Ocean Race Cabo Verde will host The Ocean Race First ever West African stop in 2021-22 Cabo Verde becomes a new stop on the circuit as the next edition of The Ocean Race will visit a West African nation for the first time... by The Ocean Race Posted 18 Sep 13:28 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 3 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 3 Clipper Race fleet is once again moving towards its goal While the Clipper Race fleet remains split between those who have opted to stay offshore and those teams who are hugging the North African coastline, the arrival of the Trade Winds has provided a huge psychological boost. by The Clipper Race Posted 18 Sep 13:14 UTC Five days to go to Mini-Transat La Boulangère Five days to go to Mini-Transat La Boulangère Soon to set sail from La Rochelle, to Gran Canaria On Sunday 22 September, at 14:15 hours, the 87 entries in the Mini-Transat La Boulangère will set sail from La Rochelle on the first leg to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. by Mini-Transat La Boulangère Posted 18 Sep 10:47 UTC America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ first sail + video America's Cup: Emirates Team NZ first sail + video America's Cup Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand became the second team to sail, and foil an AC75 America's Cup Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand became the second team to sail, and foil an AC75, in the buildup to the 36th America's Cup. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 18 Sep 10:11 UTC Karver KJ Jammer Karver KJ Jammer Releasable under (low) load combined with the reliability of a high load jammer French hardware manufacturer, Karver has been active in the French offshore sailing scene (IMOCA and offshore multihull) since its inception in 2004. Their reputation is based on developing a range of innovative products. by Prinal Shah Posted 18 Sep 08:00 UTC 60 boats on start line for Transat Jacques Vabre 60 boats on start line for Transat Jacques Vabre The world's longest and toughest two-handed transatlantic sailing race The 14th edition of the "Route du Café" - the world's longest and toughest two-handed transatlantic sailing race - will have 60 boats on the start line on October 27 and a major new title partner: the Région Normandie by Soazig Guého Posted 18 Sep 07:44 UTC Three years to the start of the Golden Globe Race Three years to the start of the Golden Globe Race 2022 Notice of Race published An independent analysis report compiled by Meltwater on media coverage secured during the 2018 Golden Globe Race shows that the Race gained US$185m worth of coverage world-wide. by Don McIntyre Posted 18 Sep 06:34 UTC The road to the Grand Final The road to the Grand Final This month, the first season of SailGP will conclude In February of 2019, SailGP introduced sailing redefined to the world on Sydney Harbour. Six supercharged F50 catamarans, the most technologically advanced race boats in the world, took to the water to kick off the inaugural season of SailGP. by SailGP News Posted 18 Sep 06:00 UTC Melges 24 World Championship Villasimius preview Melges 24 World Championship Villasimius preview The biggest, most major event of the season is three weeks away To registration closing date on September 15 the entry list includes the participation of 62 teams representing 15 nations of three continents, among them besides European teams inclusions from Singapore, Canada and the United States. by International Melges 24 Class Association Posted 17 Sep 20:39 UTC Argo Group Gold Cup to rejoin WMRT Argo Group Gold Cup to rejoin WMRT 12 teams expected to battle for the King Edward VII Gold Cup Event organizers at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club are also pleased to welcome back Argo Group, an international underwriter of specialty insurance and reinsurance, as the title sponsor. by Sean McNeill Posted 17 Sep 16:39 UTC Fridays For Future joins The Ocean Race Summit Fridays For Future joins The Ocean Race Summit Youth movement to join global ocean experts at key Italian conference They will share the stage with politicians, professional sailors, business leaders and a host of experts examining the vital role business has to play in stemming the flow of plastic into our seas. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 Sep 16:28 UTC Major new feature aboard Maxi Edmond de Rothschild Major new feature aboard Maxi Edmond de Rothschild 32-metre giant returns to her technical base for a few weeks Following a very busy summer, which saw the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild secure her first victory in the Rolex Fastnet Race, the 32-metre giant returned to her technical base for a few weeks on 26 August. by Gitana Posted 17 Sep 15:29 UTC Reimagining the Race to Alaska Reimagining the Race to Alaska Latest Sail-World newsletter from David Schmidt in the USA Dockside wisdom holds that the key to winning the Race to Alaska involves being the first boat to clear Seymour Narrows, ideally as the tide slams shut the door on fellow competitors. But what if Seymour Narrows wasn't a required waypoint? by David Schmidt Posted 17 Sep 15:00 UTC GKA Kite World Cup Mauritius final wrap GKA Kite World Cup Mauritius final wrap An unbelievable nine days of solid action The competition ran hot and heavy for nine solid days, delivering one of the tightest finishes ever in the men's Freestyle with Adeuri Corniel taking the win with the last trick of the event and by just 0.01 points over Valentin Rodriguez. by Jim Gaunt Posted 17 Sep 14:04 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 2 The Clipper Race Leg 1, Race 2, Day 2 Fleet splits in search for wind The Clipper Race fleet is experiencing dramatically different conditions in the first couple of days of Race 2: The Commodore's Cup, compared to those faced in the first race; very light and downwind. by The Clipper Race Posted 17 Sep 13:41 UTC Teams and organisers set the race on track Teams and organisers set the race on track The Ocean Race 2021-22 edition discussed in Alicante Workshop and information sessions were held on topics such as technology on board the VO65 and IMOCA 60 fleets, rule compliance, commercial and marketing opportunities, sustainability and marketing and communications. by The Ocean Race Posted 17 Sep 13:11 UTC Barcolana 51 Presented by Generali preview Barcolana 51 Presented by Generali preview Largest sailing race in the world, in Trieste, Italy 51 years ago, 47 boats raced in the first Barcolana regatta. Held every second Sunday of October in Trieste, Italy, the Barcolana Presented by Generali is ready to go with two weeks remaining before the first event and less than a month until the large by Barcolana Posted 17 Sep 09:38 UTC New foiler aimed at entry level foiling sailors New foiler aimed at entry level foiling sailors Nikki is the very latest high-performance one-design foiling dinghy Nikki is the very latest high-performance one-design foiling dinghy which is both stable and safe, while being easy to rig, launch and sail, suited to young, light weight and female sailors of a wide range of ages and abilities. by Ian Ward Posted 17 Sep 08:50 UTC SailGP wins IBC Innovation Award SailGP wins IBC Innovation Award Crowned the winner in the content creation category SailGP was last night crowned the winner in the content creation category at the IBC Innovation Awards for its ambitious and ground-breaking remote production strategy. by SailGP News Posted 17 Sep 05:59 UTC 100 days to 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race 100 days to 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race The historic 75th race to Hobart is building to be the biggest race in years Today marks 100 days to the historic 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - the 75th 628-nautical-mile race to Constitution Dock in Hobart, Tasmania. by Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Posted 17 Sep 01:37 UTC Nicolas Troussel and Jean Le Cam together Nicolas Troussel and Jean Le Cam together Rivals yesterday, co-skippers today - for the TJV Indeed, with the construction of the company's new 2020 Vendée Globe boat yet to complete, the investment solutions specialist for individuals will take the start of next month's double-handed transatlantic race with its skipper Nicolas Troussel. by Julia Huvé Posted 16 Sep 22:48 UTC The Globe 40 dream up and running The Globe 40 dream up and running 30,000 mile course for Class 40 fleet Launched back in June, the GLOBE40 has opened a global maritime gateway to a journey that embraces dreams, sport, travel and adventure; a dream which is accessible to enthusiastic amateurs and professionals alike. by Globe 40 Posted 16 Sep 22:16 UTC Spindrift 2 is back in the water Spindrift 2 is back in the water Whole team onsite at the Multiplast boatyard in Vannes The world's largest racing maxi trimaran spent the past few months being further optimised, and being fitted with new load bearing rudder plates, following the structural failure of the starboard rudder plate during the Jules Verne Trophy record attempt. by Spindrift racing Posted 16 Sep 22:05 UTC Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 3rd edition launches Mirabaud Sailing Video Award 3rd edition launches What is the best sailing video of the year? Film and video professionals, as well as sailors who record their achievements during races are invited to join the 2019 edition of the event and submit their best edit. by Mirabaud Sailing Video Award Posted 16 Sep 19:29 UTC
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