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America's Cup: Luna Rossa back after dismasting America's Cup: Luna Rossa back after dismasting Luna Rossa today emerged from the boatshed for recommissioning Following her dismasting on January 27, while training off Cagliari, Luna Rossa today emerged from the boatshed for recommissioning. by Sail-World.com/nz Posted 25 Feb 13:44 UTC YJA MS Amlin Gala Awards Dinner returns in 2020 YJA MS Amlin Gala Awards Dinner returns in 2020 You Could Be There! MS Amlin Boat Insurance are delighted to continue as title sponsor of the Yachting Journalists' Association's Yachtsman of the Year, Young Sailor of the Year and Young Blogger of the Year awards for 2020. by Chris Jones Posted 25 Feb 19:00 UTC SailGP teams line up in Sydney SailGP teams line up in Sydney First round of practice races All seven SailGP teams were on the start line today in Sydney for the first round of practice races for the second season, including the winner of season one, Australia. by Nic Douglass Posted 25 Feb 18:00 UTC 11 teams already registered for Worrell 1000 Race 11 teams already registered for Worrell 1000 Race 1000 miles of offshore sailing for the most daring and capable sailors They said it couldn't happen. They said that the Worrell would never again be the revered event it once was. So - the Organizing Authority, made up of former Worrell Competitors, Race Officials and a few "fans" started planning its comeback for 2019. by Beverley J Simmons Posted 25 Feb 17:39 UTC Gabart hands over the helm to Bidégorry Gabart hands over the helm to Bidégorry Changes for the driver of the MACIF trimaran Following a tough Brest Atlantique race, François Gabart has momentarily decided to give racing a break this season, despite having learnt a lot from this event. by Trimaran MACIF Posted 25 Feb 17:15 UTC RORC Caribbean 600 day 2 RORC Caribbean 600 day 2 The majority of the fleet experience the first trap of the course Just before sunset on the first day, the wind shadow of Barbuda enveloped the armada. The halt in progress was short-lived and looking on the bright side, Barbuda is a stunning spot to pause to watch the sun go down. by Louay Habib Posted 25 Feb 16:19 UTC Celebrating offshore success and the CCA's awards Celebrating offshore success and the CCA's awards Latest Sail-World newsletter from David Schmidt in the USA The Cruising Club of America's annual awards are a great opportunity to celebrate offshore sailing in the depths of winter. by David Schmidt Posted 25 Feb 16:00 UTC The Race Around continues to develop The Race Around continues to develop Lalou Roucayrol embarks on a new adventure in the Class 40 It is with great excitement that The Race Around can today confirm the first competitor campaigning to be on the start line of Class40s new around the world race. by Sam Holliday Posted 25 Feb 15:29 UTC RS:X Windsurfing World Championships day 1 RS:X Windsurfing World Championships day 1 Glamour opening day at Sorrento Whilst there was a slight postponement to the schedule, the wind soon filled in and once the fleets arrived at the race course, there was an idyllic 15 knots blowing in from the south creating a fast, flat and sunny race track to blast around. by RS:X Class Posted 25 Feb 14:03 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7, Day 2 The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7, Day 2 Another intense day on the water for the eleven teams The inshore or offshore choice had to be made and as the fleet converges to pass Mark Massey, and clear the wind shadow of the Philippines, the inshore route looks to have paid off with Qingdao, Punta del Este and Unicef currently leading the fleet. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 25 Feb 13:08 UTC ILCA Laser Radial Women's Championship day 3 ILCA Laser Radial Women's Championship day 3 Rindom overcomes thunder storms and lightning to lead Two attempts were made to get Yellow Fleet started shortly after 2pm but a series of rolling thunderstorms, accompanied by lightning, forced the sailors to hurry back to the Sandringham Yacht Club before the course became dangerous. by Roger McMillan / Laser 2020 Media Posted 25 Feb 11:49 UTC RORC Caribbean 600 day 1 RORC Caribbean 600 day 1 Light air combat Sparkling conditions prevailed for the start of the 12th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600, organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club. by Louay Habib Posted 25 Feb 07:59 UTC Cruisers welcome to St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Cruisers welcome to St. Maarten Heineken Regatta 40th edition has the Island Time class just for cruising yachts The St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is well-known among racing sailors for its close and intense competition. But the 40th Anniversary Edition of the event is also an island-wide festival of sailing, parties and music. by St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Posted 24 Feb 19:13 UTC Caribbean Foiling Championships overall Caribbean Foiling Championships overall A successful last day of racing It's a wrap for the Caribbean Foiling Championships after three days of racing in kitefoiling and windfoiling, despite unusual light wind conditions. by Margot Mesnard Posted 24 Feb 17:22 UTC Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series 2 day 7 Dun Laoghaire Frostbite Series 2 day 7 Weather relents and Frostbites return! After three Sundays of no racing due to the ongoing storms of winter, the Dun Laoghaire Frostbite fleet was able to take to the water yesterday in what were still quite brisk winds but nothing like what we had seen over the past three weekends. by Cormac Bradley Posted 24 Feb 16:09 UTC Entry open for Rolex Giraglia Race 2020 Entry open for Rolex Giraglia Race 2020 Beginning with the Sanremo-Saint Tropez race on June 5th The 68th edition of this Mediterranean Classic is now open for entries and the notice of race is available online. From June 5-13 between St Tropez and Genoa. by Yacht Club Italiano Posted 24 Feb 15:48 UTC Inaugural TF35 Trophy to kick off in May Inaugural TF35 Trophy to kick off in May 15m foilers with a crew of six to race on Lake Geneva Eight teams will compete in the first ever TF35 Trophy, with four Swiss crews transitioning over from the D35 and four new crews set to join the fray. by TF35 Press Posted 24 Feb 15:40 UTC Foiling Week Awards Foiling Week Awards Celebrating those who excelled in the foiling world this year The awards and the FW Design competition were established by Foling Week, "the first and only global event dedicated to the amazingly fast foiling boats, their sailors, their designers and their builders". by Foiling Week Posted 24 Feb 13:30 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7, Day 1 The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7, Day 1 Race route altered because of coronavirus concerns Following the spectacle and ceremony of the fleet's departure from the Subic Bay Yacht Club in the Philippines, Race 7: The Lakewood Hills, Zhuhai Race is under way! by Grace Kitching Posted 24 Feb 13:03 UTC Youth America's Cup: Ten teams entered to date Youth America's Cup: Ten teams entered to date Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has significant global interest for the Youth AC The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron confirms that ten teams have already officially entered the revamped 2021 Youth America's Cup. The first boat is due to be launched in the next two weeks. by Andrew Delves/RNZYS Posted 24 Feb 11:39 UTC ILCA Laser Radial Women's Championship day 2 ILCA Laser Radial Women's Championship day 2 Another frustrating day for Olympic hopefuls in Melbourne Light and variable winds again caused havoc at the 2020 ILCA Laser Radial World Championship being sailed out of Sandringham Yacht Club in Melbourne. by Roger McMillan / Laser 2020 Media Posted 24 Feb 09:51 UTC Gladwell's Line: What do we really know? Gladwell's Line: What do we really know? A look at the use of prototype or test boats, alternate strategies and the nuances of a dry tack A look at the use of prototype or test boats in this America's Cup cycle, and the alternative strategies teams could be using as they keep their Cup developments running. Plus a look at dry tacks and gybing in the AC75. by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 24 Feb 09:08 UTC RS:X Windsurfing World Championships opens RS:X Windsurfing World Championships opens Competitors vying for Tokyo selection rig up in Sorrento, Australia The final practice race was held today for the 116 competitors for the RS:X Windsurfing World Championships at Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club (SSCBC) in Sorrento, Victoria, before the competition gets under way tomorrow. by Hollie Hick, SSCBC Posted 24 Feb 08:35 UTC Persico 69F one-design monohull foiler unveiled Persico 69F one-design monohull foiler unveiled Three crew will race this 6.9m hull from racks Team 69F and Persico announce the start of mass production of the Persico 69F one-design monohull foiler. Six boats are ready for the first edition of the circuit which is set to start on April 2020 by Ufficio Stampa Persico69F Posted 24 Feb 07:53 UTC Entries booming for Hamilton Island Race Week 2020 Entries booming for Hamilton Island Race Week 2020 An unprecedented surge of early interest in Australia's premier offshore regatta An unprecedented surge of early interest in Australia's premier offshore regatta, Hamilton Island Race Week from August 15-22, sees the fleet growing at a rate faster than any other time in the event's 37-year history. by Rob Mundle Posted 24 Feb 06:16 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7 The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7 The Lakewood Hills, Zhuhai Race commences Race 7: The Lakewood Hills, Zhuhai Race is under way. The eleven strong fleet of 70ft racing yachts lined up in the sunshine to slip lines, leaving the Subic Bay Yacht Club behind on Sunday 23 February at 0400 UTC (1200 LT). by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 24 Feb 04:56 UTC 2020 RORC Caribbean 600 race preview 2020 RORC Caribbean 600 race preview 12th edition starting today in Antigua The 12th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 starts on Monday 24th February at 1100 local time (1500 GMT), Antigua. The diverse fleet will be competing in four classes, with 74 entries sailed by over 700 crew members representing 37 nations. by Trish Jenkins Posted 24 Feb 04:27 UTC 2020 J/70 Midwinter Championship overall 2020 J/70 Midwinter Championship overall John and Molly Baxter's Team Vineyard Vines takes the title John and Molly Baxter's Team Vineyard Vines, along with crew Allan Terhune and Ben Lamb, bested 53 fellow J/70s to earn the title of 2020 J/70 Midwinter Champions. by Julie & Christopher Howell Posted 24 Feb 04:08 UTC Time for Fresh Oil Time for Fresh Oil It's a new year and a new season of SailGP, so it's definitely a great time for some fresh oil. It's a new year and a new season of SailGP, so it's definitely a great time for some fresh oil. As we know, this is really important for the best shallow or deep fry, and for Season Two the gas has been turned up somewhat with the seven F50s. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 23 Feb 21:00 UTC ILCA Laser Radial Women's Championship day 1 ILCA Laser Radial Women's Championship day 1 Rindom starts title defence with a bullet in tricky conditions After a day of light and fluky conditions in which only one race could be sailed at the ILCA Laser Radial Women's World Championship, defending titleholder Anne-Marie Rindom (DEN) took first place in Yellow Fleet while Marie Barrue (FRA) won Blue Fleet. by Roger McMillan / Laser 2020 Media Posted 23 Feb 12:43 UTC North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief New speed record, Racing, Cruising, or crossover? Try color code, Upcoming events At an average of 20.7 kts, Francis Joyon's maxi-trimaran IDEC Sport has shattered the Hong Kong to London speed record, covering 15,873 nm in just 31 days, 23 hrs, 36 mins, and 46 secs. by North Sails Posted 23 Feb 12:00 UTC 18ft Skiff Australian Championship day 5 18ft Skiff Australian Championship day 5 A clear victory for the defending champions on a busy Sydney Harbour The defending champion Shaw & Partners Financial Services team of James Dorron, Harry Bethwaite and Steve Thomas (replacing Tim Westwood on the day) led all the way against a strong fleet to score a clear victory. by Frank Quealey Posted 23 Feb 08:29 UTC Watch Gatorade compete in Round the World Race Watch Gatorade compete in Round the World Race The boats may have changed, but the challenge is the same... What a difference 30 years makes! Take a look at life on board the Italian entry Gatorade during the 1989-90 Whitbread Round the World Race. by The Ocean Race Posted 23 Feb 08:17 UTC Hodgson prevails at Harken Youth Match Cup Hodgson prevails at Harken Youth Match Cup Young Australian crew show form in big breeze ahead of Youth World Champs James Hodgson and his Cruising Yacht Club of Australia Youth Sailing Academy crew of Harry Hall, Louis Schofield and Nick Rozenauers have prevailed in what were very breezy conditions to win the 2020 Harken Youth International Match Racing Cup. by Andrew Delves - RNZYS Posted 23 Feb 07:59 UTC The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7 preview The Clipper Race Leg 5 - Race 7 preview The Lakewood Hills, Zhuhai Race ubic Bay has given the hard working Race Crew an opportunity to relax, take time away from their 70ft homes and enjoy some of the Filipino culture and culinary delicacies. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 23 Feb 05:07 UTC 2020 J/70 Midwinter Championship day 2 2020 J/70 Midwinter Championship day 2 Ignacio Perez's Zaguero shines on breezy middle day Sporty conditions on Biscayne Bay presented a challenging three races for 54 J/70s at their Midwinter Championship, testing both crews and equipment. by Julie or Christopher Howell Posted 23 Feb 03:37 UTC Caribbean Foiling Championships day 2 Caribbean Foiling Championships day 2 Tiger Tyson wins race in Orient Bay 16 years old professional kitefoiler from Barbuda, the sister island in Antigua and Barbuda, wins race on second day of the Caribbean Foiling Championships, the first event of its kind in the Caribbean, taking place in Orient Bay from February 21-23. by Margot Mesnard Posted 23 Feb 03:06 UTC IWT announces big shake-up in Wave Tour calendar IWT announces big shake-up in Wave Tour calendar More money, more media and more opportunity for riders The IWT announces a big shake-up in the Wave Tour calendar, that brings more money, more media and more opportunity for riders. by International Windsurfing Tour Posted 22 Feb 14:11 UTC Annie Lush strengthens German Ocean Race campaign Annie Lush strengthens German Ocean Race campaign Pushing further for The Ocean Race 2021/22 The Imoca Open 60 "Einstein" will be prepared in the south of England for installation of the newest generation of foils. by Offshore Team Germany Posted 22 Feb 13:02 UTC Introducing North Color Code Introducing North Color Code Stand out from the crowd with a customised spinnaker North Sails invites you to use COLOR CODE, our new online tool to customize your North Spinnaker. Choosing your colors is a fun way to personalize your downwind sail. Once customized, your individual design can be shared with a local North Sails Expert. by North Sails Posted 22 Feb 12:00 UTC
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