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Liberty Bitcoin Youth Foiling Gold Cup preview Liberty Bitcoin Youth Foiling Gold Cup preview 8 international teams meet on the Italian coast to contest the first Grand Prix It's race time for the 24 young international sailors from eight countries this week in Gaeta, Italy who will compete in the first round of the Youth Foiling Gold Cup in the new Persico 69F class. by 69F Sailing Posted 26 Feb 14:11 UTC Mastercard Superyachts Day 3: Tawera extends lead Mastercard Superyachts Day 3: Tawera extends lead Tawera builds lead with first and second place finishes on Doyle Sails Race Day 3 The team on Tawera have extended their Mastercard Superyacht Regatta lead after first and second place finishes in the two races sailed on Doyle Sails Race Day 3. by Andrew Delves – RNZYS PR & Communications Manager Posted 26 Feb 13:28 UTC JY60 marks Briand's 120th production design JY60 marks Briand's 120th production design JY60 is suited to any cruising programme - a 'real' sailboat He may be one of the most prolific yacht designers of his times, but London-based Philippe Briand is not resting on his laurels. In fact, he has just seen what he calls his 'most advanced' yacht yet through to production. by Philippe Briand Posted 26 Feb 13:07 UTC How these two kite-surfing siblings train together How these two kite-surfing siblings train together A new series exploring how the GKA athletes train for competition In our new series, we'll be exploring how the GKA athletes train for competition. As the level of kitesurfing continues to explode, competitors are diving deep into diet, workouts and mental strategy. by Sensi Graves Posted 26 Feb 11:00 UTC 18ft Skiff Supercup 18ft Skiff Supercup Several past champions and legends return to the class on Sydney Harbour Several past 18ft Skiff champions returned to the class today when they skippered boats from the Australian 18 Footers League's 2020-2021 Season fleet in the annual 'Supercup' series on Sydney Harbour. by Frank Quealey Posted 26 Feb 10:35 UTC Sea Sure Dinghy Show Weekend Offers Sea Sure Dinghy Show Weekend Offers 15% off across the whole site until 5pm on the 1st March We are running 15% off across the whole site (www.sea-sure.co.uk) until 5pm on the 1st March when you use the discount code "DINGHYSHOW21" at checkout. by Daniel Henderson, Sea Sure Posted 26 Feb 08:30 UTC Big Hearted Sam Davies Leaves Her Mark Big Hearted Sam Davies Leaves Her Mark Set to arrive in Les Sables d'Olonne very early this afternoon Sam Davies will enter the channel back into Les Sables d'Olonne very early this afternoon, around 1215hrs UTC (1315hrs local time) and is expected to get a warm welcome for her remarkable solo round the world achievement which she completed last night. by Vendée Globe Posted 26 Feb 08:19 UTC America's Cup: Chasing the chase boat - ETNZ America's Cup: Chasing the chase boat - ETNZ 36th America's Cup teams have had to resort to chase boats and simulators to mimic a race situation. With the Protocol eliminating the once familiar sight of teams trialing two America's Cup Class yachts against each other, the teams have had to resort to chase boats and simulators to mimic a race situation. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 26 Feb 00:54 UTC America's Cup: INEOS Team UK's Auckland sojourn America's Cup: INEOS Team UK's Auckland sojourn From Christmas Turkey to being the Round Robin Rocket - the story of Britannia's Auckland sojourn From Christmas Turkey to being the Round Robin Rocket - here's the story of INEOS Team UK's Britannia sojourn in Auckland for the Prada Cup by INEOS Team UK Posted 26 Feb 00:42 UTC 49th BVI Spring Regatta postponed 49th BVI Spring Regatta postponed The postponement of the event is a financial blow to the non-profit entity The BVI Spring Regatta Committee, after discussions with the BVI Government Ministry of Health, concluded that the postponement was in the best interests for the safety of all participants, volunteers, and the wider BVI community. by Trish Jenkins Posted 25 Feb 16:47 UTC Vendée Globe: Getting back to 'normal' part 2 Vendée Globe: Getting back to 'normal' part 2 Didac Costa has returned to work with the Fire Service in Barcelona It is more than two weeks now since Pip Hare finished her Vendee Globe and she is now back at home in Poole, England. Didac Costa has returned to work with the Fire Service in Barcelona and Kojiro Shiraishi has flown back to Japan. by Vendée Globe Posted 25 Feb 14:24 UTC Sailingfast hopeful for the 2021 Sailing Season Sailingfast hopeful for the 2021 Sailing Season All set for the virtual RYA Dinghy Show this weekend Sailingfast are looking forward to the 2021 sailing season with great hope. Even before the virtual RYA Dinghy Show this weekend, the phone has started ringing with customers excited to be getting back on the water as soon as possible. by Emma Hepplewhite Posted 25 Feb 12:10 UTC Silvertip take out Day 2 at the Superyacht Regatta Silvertip take out Day 2 at the Superyacht Regatta The 33 metre superyacht racing machine slips away in light winds The 33 metre superyacht racing machine Silvertip has taken its first victory of the Mastercard Superyacht Regatta, winning race three of the regatta on Boat International Race Day 2. by Andrew Delves – RNZYS PR & Communications Manager Posted 25 Feb 12:05 UTC Melissa Payne takes helm for 2022 GGR and 2023 OGR Melissa Payne takes helm for 2022 GGR and 2023 OGR The Golden Globe Race currently has 28 entrants from 11 countries Following a 12 month Media blackout with respect to the Global Pandemic, The 2022 Golden Globe and 2023 Ocean Globe Races are now back in the news with a permanent office opened in Les Sables d'Olonne, France. by Don McIntyre Posted 25 Feb 12:00 UTC Aegean 600: A new offshore sailing race Aegean 600: A new offshore sailing race Sporting challenge will meet the legendary beauty of the Aegean islands From July 4-10, 2021, the Hellenic Offshore Racing Club (HORC) in Greece will organize a new 600 nautical mile offshore yacht race. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 25 Feb 10:37 UTC America's Cup: Brits well positioned to go again America's Cup: Brits well positioned to go again This is the second Challenge Ben Ainslie has led for Britain and a big step up from his first This is the second Challenge Ben Ainslie has led for Britain and a big step up from the 2017 effort, which was sailed Bermuda in the mostly one-design AC50 - a wing sailed foiling catamaran and quite different from the AC75. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 25 Feb 09:34 UTC America's Cup Rialto: Feb 25 - Design vs Racecraft America's Cup Rialto: Feb 25 - Design vs Racecraft Challenger and Defender take similar but different approach to AC75 options. Prada Cup reviewed. The Challengers' game of Development Leapfrog ended on the Hauraki Gulf on Sunday, and set the scene for the 36th Match which as tradition dictates the Defender will come against the Challenger for the first time. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 25 Feb 08:56 UTC Sailing in the world's most remote places Sailing in the world's most remote places Miranda Merron describes the privilege of being a part of the Vendée Globe Some Vendée Globe and IMOCA sailors are relentlessly focused on winning, on the position schedules and on the performance of their boat, some not so. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 25 Feb 05:46 UTC Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 153.5 superyacht construction Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 153.5 superyacht construction This versatile sailing yacht has been designed for very experienced owners A look behind the busy scenes at Royal Huisman's shipyard reveals the impressive full-scale mockup for the 46.82m high-performance cruiser sloop Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 153.5, which started construction this month. by Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design Posted 24 Feb 20:34 UTC 54th Governor's Cup first early invitations issued 54th Governor's Cup first early invitations issued #2 and #7 skippers in World Sailing Open Match Racing Rankings confirmed The #2 ranked match racing sailor in the world, Nick Egnot-Johnson (NZL), and his countryman Jordan Stevenson (#7), have accepted early invitations to the 54th Governor's Cup International Youth Match Racing Championship. by Susan Kenney Posted 24 Feb 20:27 UTC Isabelle Joschke completes solo round the world Isabelle Joschke completes solo round the world After she fought for 16 days to bring her boat to safety into Salvador de Bahia Franco German skipper Isabelle Joschke was rewarded with beautiful spring sunshine and a big, warm and affectionate welcome back to the Les Sables d'Olonne channel today after completing her solo circumnavigation outwith the final Vendée Globe rankings. by Vendée Globe Posted 24 Feb 19:54 UTC Seldén Mast launching new block range Seldén Mast launching new block range At the virtual RYA Dinghy Show Seldén Mast will be introducing a new range of soft attachment blocks at the 2021 virtual RYA Dinghy Show, 27-28 February. by Seldén Mast Posted 24 Feb 11:37 UTC Sacha Creus is 10th entry in Global Solo Challenge Sacha Creus is 10th entry in Global Solo Challenge The Belgian has sailed since childhood progressing from dinghies to small keelboats He is the 10th entry in the Global Solo Challenge. With more confirmed entries to be announced and an ever increasing number of enquiries about the GSC is building momentum very fast. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 24 Feb 11:16 UTC Mastercard Superyacht Regatta - Day 1 Mastercard Superyacht Regatta - Day 1 Tawera and Whirlwind claim victories The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron's Mastercard Superyacht Regatta got under way today in Auckland with two spectacular races on the pristine waters of the Hauraki Gulf. by Andrew Delves – RNZYS PR & Communications Manager Posted 24 Feb 08:00 UTC 18ft Skiffs: Supercup Series preview 18ft Skiffs: Supercup Series preview Three races on specially-designed courses this Friday Some of the world's best 18ft Skiff Racing champions will be among the guests on display on Friday (February 26) when they skipper boats in the Australian 18 Footers League's annual 'Supercup' series on Sydney Harbour. by Frank Quealey Posted 24 Feb 07:23 UTC Playing the long game Playing the long game As a Brit I'm of course sad that INEOS TEAM UK didn't progress to the America's Cup match As a Brit I'm of course sad that INEOS TEAM UK didn't progress to the America's Cup match. I'd have loved to see Ben Ainslie and Giles Scott square up against Pete Burling, Blair Tuke and the rest of Emirates Team New Zealand, but it wasn't to be. by Mark Jardine Posted 23 Feb 20:00 UTC Superyacht Cup Palma rings the changes Superyacht Cup Palma rings the changes Top-level yacht racing is set to go ahead with a new-look event adapted to pandemic restrictions With an encouraging level of interest from owners and skippers, organisers are optimistic the 25th anniversary of Europe's longest-running superyacht regatta will attract a competitive range of entries. by Daphne Morgan Barnicoat Posted 23 Feb 16:30 UTC Pip Hare on RORC Time Over Distance Series Pip Hare on RORC Time Over Distance Series Sharing her highs and lows in an hour-long interview shortly after her Vendée Globe success The Royal Ocean Racing Club Time Over Distance Series continues with RORC member Pip Hare talking to Louay Habib just days after becoming the first British sailor to finish the 2020 Vendee Globe. by RORC Press Posted 23 Feb 16:08 UTC Nauta 100 Morgana arrives in the Mediterranean Nauta 100 Morgana arrives in the Mediterranean The new 100-foot custom sloop by Southern Wind arrives in La Spezia, Italy Morgana, the new 100-foot custom sloop by Southern Wind, has arrived in La Spezia, Italy, after a maiden voyage of more than 7,000 nautical miles from the southern tip of Africa to the Mediterranean. by Nauta Design Posted 23 Feb 09:39 UTC Luna Rossa awarded Prada Cup Luna Rossa awarded Prada Cup The delayed prize-giving ceremony for the Prada Cup was held at the America's Cup Village The prize-giving ceremony on the main stage of Auckland's America's Cup Village marked the delivery of the Prada Cup to Team Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli, Challenger of the 36th America's Cup Match presented by Prada. by Antonio Vettese COR36 Media Posted 23 Feb 08:13 UTC Spring refit for the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild Spring refit for the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild The week is kicking off with the platform being hauled out Having returned to Lorient a fortnight ago, after her Jules Verne Trophy attempt was cut short due to the breakage of a float rudder, it's now time for the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild to go into refit. by Gitana Team Posted 23 Feb 05:25 UTC Coming Soon at Rooster - Your chance to win Coming Soon at Rooster - Your chance to win An incredible chance of winning the new 2021 product of your choice To celebrate the completion of Rooster's latest products, you can be in with an incredible chance of winning the new 2021 product of your choice via their Facebook and Instagram competition. by Rooster Posted 22 Feb 18:00 UTC Vendée Globe update: The sting in the tale? Vendée Globe update: The sting in the tale? The last miles are often the most tense Nearly every Vendée Globe, including this ninth edition, has delivered a sting in the tail of one sort or another to unfortunate solo skippers. by Vendée Globe Posted 22 Feb 16:44 UTC Barton set for the virtual RYA Dinghy Show Barton set for the virtual RYA Dinghy Show Focusing attention on their Laser Kits and Dinghy Boomstrut Barton Marine will be showcasing their extensive dinghy offering at the virtual RYA Dinghy Show on the 27-28th February. by Chris Jones Posted 22 Feb 08:00 UTC The new Jeanneau Yachts 60 The new Jeanneau Yachts 60 All-new phase that iconic line Jeanneau Yachts is embarking on this year It is an all-new phase that iconic line Jeanneau Yachts is embarking on this year with the addition of the new Jeanneau Yachts 60. by Jeanneau Posted 22 Feb 06:55 UTC 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Lewis Brake retain the title The defending Australian 18ft Skiff champion tech2 team of Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Lewis Brake retained the title when the team won the 2020-2021 championship, which concluded on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 21 Feb 08:06 UTC INEOS TEAM UK's 36th America's Cup campaign ends INEOS TEAM UK's 36th America's Cup campaign ends As Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli won both races in light wind today After four years of dedication, hard work, grit and hundreds of thousands of man hours from the 100+ strong team, INEOS TEAM UK's 36th America's Cup campaign came to an end today as Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli won both races in light wind. by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 21 Feb 07:24 UTC Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli win the PRADA Cup Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli win the PRADA Cup Moving onto the America's Cup Match in 12 days time The G.H. Mumm Champagne was flowing for Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli who sailed to victory today in the PRADA Cup Final. The Italians winning the Series 7-1 over INEOS TEAM UK, now move onto the America's Cup Match. by PRADA Cup Posted 21 Feb 07:08 UTC Luna Rossa win Prada Cup Final Luna Rossa win Prada Cup Final They have now earned the right to be the Challenger for the America's Cup for the third time Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli made history on the Hauraki Gulf this afternoon by being the first Challenger of Record, since 1970 to win a Challenger Selection Series and go on to Challenge for the America's Cup. by Ben Gladwell - Sail-World NZL Posted 21 Feb 06:44 UTC Modes and Moods Modes and Moods Nothing beats that feeling when you know you're quicker There are many sailing phrases: high and fast, low and slow, tweak it up a bit, glamourous, in the groove, climbing off them, falling into the dirt. Nothing beats that feeling when you know you're quicker. by Mark Jardine Posted 21 Feb 05:23 UTC
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