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In memoriam In memoriam 20th anniversary of the infamous, and tragic 1998 Sydney to Hobart This year marks the 20th anniversary of the infamous, and tragic 1998 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. A lot has changed since then, from boat design to safety procedures, and so thankfully there has not been a repeat. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 16 Dec 21:00 UTC Follow Sailing Uma as they travel the world Follow Sailing Uma as they travel the world B&G® pleased to announce their support Selling everything they owned, leaving the rat race behind, follow the journey of a young couple as they navigate the world. by Dulcie Allen Posted 16 Dec 14:00 UTC 2018 Sail Melbourne International overall 2018 Sail Melbourne International overall Olympians secure medals on day 4 After challenging race disruptions over the four-day event, caused by the current weather system sitting over Australia's east coast, it was a welcome finish for the close to 400 competitors from all across Australia and from 18 countries. by Cora Zillich Posted 16 Dec 11:50 UTC D-Marin ORC World Championship open for entry D-Marin ORC World Championship open for entry 2019 event should attract around 150 boats and 1,000 sailors Except in D-Marin Mandalina, the sailing boats will also be berthed on beautiful Sibenik waterfront promenade, so locals and their guests will be able to see them from up close. by ORC Media Posted 16 Dec 11:09 UTC Dates and teams are announced for Nord Stream Race Dates and teams are announced for Nord Stream Race Connecting Baltics through Sport An idea becomes a tradition: The 8th edition of the Nord Stream Race will take place from 23 June to 5 July 2019. Under the motto "Connecting Baltics through Sport", the race starts in Kiel and travels more than 1,000 nautical miles. by Nord Stream Race Posted 16 Dec 10:22 UTC 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 4 18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 4 An awesome display of power sailing by the Smeg team The Smeg 18ft Skiff team of Michael Coxon, Ricky Bridge and Mike McKensey gave an awesome display of power sailing as they tamed the 25-knot, gusting to 30-knots, North East wind to take out Race 4 of the NSW 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour. by Frank Quealey Posted 16 Dec 07:45 UTC GKA Kite-Surf World Tour Torquay, Round 7 day 4 GKA Kite-Surf World Tour Torquay, Round 7 day 4 GKA KSWT Australia Men's single full action finals and women's result It was another early start this morning as the men rigged up in the dark preparing for a 06:00 AM kick off at Point Danger. The wind was more side shore than yesterday with a slightly improved swell angle as well which made for some decent conditions by Matt Pearce Posted 16 Dec 00:22 UTC A great Rhum A great Rhum 40th anniversary proved to be a memorable edition The 40th anniversary Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe proved to be a memorable edition, with big crowds turning out in Saint Malo to see the record fleet of 123 boats in six divisions start the 3,542-nautical mile race to Pointe-à-Pitre. by Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe Posted 15 Dec 20:55 UTC 2018 Sail Melbourne International day 3 2018 Sail Melbourne International day 3 Australian Sailing Team sailors in medal positions ahead of final day It was another late day of sailing on the penultimate day of Sail Melbourne International (13-16 December 2018) with only the Finn, Nacra 17/15, Opti and BicTechno classes getting some racing in. by Cora Zillich Posted 15 Dec 14:39 UTC North Sails Weekly Debrief North Sails Weekly Debrief RORC Transatlantic, Minden in the news, RC44 Season Champs, Superyacht Hub Clients race 3,000 miles from Lanzarote to Grenada, winning five divisions and a new race record. by North Sails Posted 15 Dec 12:00 UTC "The Ocean Race" is born in Paris "The Ocean Race" is born in Paris Good progress was made and celebrated in Paris this week Good progress was made and celebrated in Paris this week with IMOCA ratifying a version of their class rule for fully crewed events. “We intend to issue the Notice of Race and open the entry period in the coming days ” - Richard Brisius by The Ocean Race media Posted 15 Dec 10:09 UTC Volvo Ocean Race retitled for 2021 edition Volvo Ocean Race retitled for 2021 edition Further details revealed about The Ocean Race, the son and heir of the Volvo Ocean Race In the Espace 2000 at Paris' annual Salon Nautic further details about The Ocean Race, the son and heir of the Volvo Ocean Race, were announced by co-owners Richard Brisius and Johan Salén long time partners in Atlant Racing by Tip & Shaft Posted 15 Dec 08:56 UTC Ocean Respect Racing by Il Duce Ocean Respect Racing by Il Duce Back in the day, there were literally just a handful of women in ocean racing. Back in the day, there were literally just a handful of women in ocean racing. I know this because I knew them all. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 14 Dec 23:14 UTC Reverso: The boat of the future is here Reverso: The boat of the future is here A unique innovation, a super simple portable dinghy The developers have already raised 500,000 euros for their first round of fundraising. Sixty dinghies have been sold in 24 months. Voted "boat of the year" in the United States. It uses technologies directly developed from aeronautics. by Matthieu / Sillages Posted 14 Dec 22:01 UTC 2018 Sail Melbourne International day 2 2018 Sail Melbourne International day 2 Four seasons in one day at day two Season's Greetings was the theme at day two of Sail Melbourne International 2018, with sailors battling the elements of sun, rain, not enough and then too much wind on Port Phillip today. by Cora Zillich Posted 14 Dec 21:38 UTC Yanmar principal partner for Dragon Gold Cup 2019 Yanmar principal partner for Dragon Gold Cup 2019 The Dutch Dragon Class Association is proud to announce a high value partnership with YANMAR Co. Ltd The Dutch Dragon Class Association has entered into cooperation with Yanmar, the Japan based industrial equipment manufacturer, for the company to be the principal partner during the Dragon Gold Cup Event 2019. by Fiona Brown Posted 14 Dec 14:52 UTC Join Ancasta at the Dusseldorf Boat Show 2019 Join Ancasta at the Dusseldorf Boat Show 2019 The largest indoor boatshow on the planet is now only six weeks away! The largest indoor boatshow on the planet is now only six weeks away and with no London Boat Show this year, our appointment book for Dusseldorf viewings is filling up fast! by Ancasta International Posted 14 Dec 14:00 UTC J/99 world debut at Paris International Boat Show J/99 world debut at Paris International Boat Show J/99 on display in Hall 1 / Stand 1 G62 The much anticipated introduction of the extraordinary J/99 shorthanded offshore speedster will be taking place at the famous "Salon Nautique", a.k.a. the Paris International Boat Show by J/Boats Posted 14 Dec 13:54 UTC From Theory to Practice From Theory to Practice The Hard Route to Ultimate Boatspeed We speak to Hyde Sails' Nigel & Jack Grogan. It has been noticeable that their strategy for the last four years has been to concentrate on specific dinghy and small keelboat classes, making sure they are getting it right. by Mark Jardine Posted 14 Dec 12:00 UTC Winter foiling news, the 2018 review Winter foiling news, the 2018 review Early events for the F101 have also shown that this versatility is taken into the racing At present we are planning to winter at Pro Vela in Spain, moving to France as it warms up and then visiting the UK for the summer before transferring back to Spain for an Autumn and winter programme. by Rob Andrews, Foiling World Posted 14 Dec 11:21 UTC 18ft Skiff 'Supercup' in Sydney 18ft Skiff 'Supercup' in Sydney Many past JJ Giltinan (world) champions return for one day only Following a day of consistent rain, a brief thunderstorm, low visibility and light winds, the inaugural Australian 18 Footers League 18ft Skiff Supercup races got under way in poor sailing conditions, but the weather improved. by Frank Quealey Posted 14 Dec 09:55 UTC Mothquito nominated best design Foiling Awards Mothquito nominated best design Foiling Awards Foiling Awards, the greatest recognition a foiling boat can achieve worldwide Foiling Awards, organised by Foiling Week, are the greatest recognition a foiling boat can achieve worldwide. by Mothquito Foiling Catamaran Posted 14 Dec 06:40 UTC American Magic opens Base at Port of Pensacola American Magic opens Base at Port of Pensacola A large and protected flat water training venue in Florida New York Yacht Club American Magic, U.S. Challenger for the 36th America's Cup, today announced that the Port of Pensacola will serve as the team's winter training base in late 2018 and early 2019. The team was formed in 2017 to win the America's Cup. by Will Ricketson Posted 13 Dec 21:59 UTC Rooster 4 for 3 Ends Tomorrow Rooster 4 for 3 Ends Tomorrow Hand-picked most popular items! We've hand-picked some of our most popular items to make finding the perfect gift even easier and what's more, simply choose any four items and get the lowest priced item free. The 4 for 3 offer ends 12:00 noon(GMT) Friday 14th December 2018. by Rooster Posted 13 Dec 17:58 UTC Record entries for Transpac 50 Record entries for Transpac 50 And a new Corinthian Trophy Race Managers at the Transpacific Yacht Club are pleased to announce that next July's 50th biennial edition of the 2225-mile Transpac race from Los Angeles to Honolulu has set a new record of 82 entries to date. by Transpacific Yacht Club Posted 13 Dec 13:08 UTC North Sails - Our Gift To You North Sails - Our Gift To You 25% off clothing until 18th December Shop for Christmas gifts with 25% off the North Sails Collection, and get free shipping and free returns. Shop by Tuesday 18th December, and receive your new items before Christmas! by North Sails Posted 13 Dec 12:00 UTC 2018 Sail Melbourne International day 1 2018 Sail Melbourne International day 1 No zombie cyclone can stop sailors at Sail Melbourne On the first day of 2018 Sail Melbourne International, Melbourne's weather presented itself from a challenging side with the day starting out in rainy, windy and ever-changing conditions, requiring a lot of patience from sailors and race management alike. by Elizabeth Sersta Posted 13 Dec 11:09 UTC SNSM reveals its bespoke Crewsaver lifejacket SNSM reveals its bespoke Crewsaver lifejacket SOLAS approved custom-made ErgoFit 3D Twin Chamber lifejacket Crewsaver designers worked closely with SNSM in the design and trial phases to develop the SOLAS approved custom-made ErgoFit 3D Twin Chamber lifejacket. Supplied in two colourways – one for operation and one for training purposes. by Mike Shepherd Posted 13 Dec 10:00 UTC Mr America's Cup gives blessing to new Challenger Mr America's Cup gives blessing to new Challenger Stars & Stripes will once again be on the America's Cup startline in Auckland Auckland and indeed America's Cup fans around the world will once again see the Stars & Stripes team contesting the most prestigious trophy in Sailing. "Mr America's Cup" has given his blessing to the new team representing the Long Beach Yacht Club. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 13 Dec 09:56 UTC The IMOCA class continues to push forward The IMOCA class continues to push forward 2019 looks like being an exciting, action-packed year with six races The IMOCA class held its annual general meeting on Tuesday 11th December in Paris. This gathering enabled the class to present its appraisal of what was a very positive 2018 season coming to a climax with an outstanding edition of the Route du Rhum by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 13 Dec 09:28 UTC Clipper Race crew claims National Yachting Award Clipper Race crew claims National Yachting Award Simon DuBois has been announced as Québec Sailor of the Year Quebecan Clipper 2017-18 Race crew member Simon DuBois, who raced around the world on board the Visit Seattle team yacht, has been announced as Québec Sailor of the Year. by Clipper Round the World Posted 13 Dec 07:15 UTC SOLAS Big Boat Challenge wrap for 2018 SOLAS Big Boat Challenge wrap for 2018 Nic Douglass catches up on all the action What a day it was this year for the Grinders Coffee SOLAS Big Boat Challenge! by Nic Douglass Posted 13 Dec 06:37 UTC Training injury puts Am Cup champ out of classic Training injury puts Am Cup champ out of classic Twice America's Cup champion, Jimmy Spithill has incurred an elbow tendon injury Twice America's Cup champion, Jimmy Spithill has incurred an elbow tendon injury while preparing for Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race on Comanche 100 by Di Pearson/RSHYR Media Posted 13 Dec 02:09 UTC GGR Day 164: Storm threatens Istvan Kopar GGR Day 164: Storm threatens Istvan Kopar Storm threatens Istvan Kopar As French race leader Jean-Luc Van Den Heede works to protect his shrinking lead over 2nd placed Dutch rival Mark Slats, the focus is once more on a violent storm in the Southern Ocean that looks likely to overtake 4th placed American/Hungarian Istvan by Barry Pickthall, Golden Globe Race Posted 13 Dec 00:55 UTC Second America's Cup Challenge has AC75 in build Second America's Cup Challenge has AC75 in build Stars & Stripes Team USA will once again sail in Auckland The second US team now accepted as a Challenger for the America's Cup has been working on a challenge for over a year - predating Emirates Team New Zealand's win in Bermuda on June 26, 2017 by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz Posted 12 Dec 21:00 UTC Stars & Stripes Team USA joins 36th America's Cup Stars & Stripes Team USA joins 36th America's Cup First all-American entry in over 15 years to compete for Auld Mug Long Beach Yacht Club announced today that its entry, Stars & Stripes Team USA, has formally been accepted by the Defender and Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron as the fifth Challenger of the 36th America's Cup. by Jordan Kelly Posted 12 Dec 19:00 UTC Last chance Sail Sale at P&B Last chance Sail Sale at P&B 15% off all sails and covers ends New Year's Eve! 15% off all sails and covers ends 31.12.18 so HURRY and get your orders in now to take advantage of this fantastic deal and avoid disappointment. by P&B Posted 12 Dec 12:00 UTC RORC Transatlantic Race: Cracking beers in Grenada RORC Transatlantic Race: Cracking beers in Grenada Sirius, Black Sheep and Xtra Staerk have joined the role of honour Stephane Bry's Sirius completed the podium for the Class40 Division, finishing in an elapsed time of 16 days 08 hrs 33 mins and 26 secs. French Canadian Stephane Bry is no stranger to Grenada and he was delighted to return having finished the race. by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 12 Dec 10:30 UTC 18ft Skiffs 'Supercup' 2018 preview 18ft Skiffs 'Supercup' 2018 preview Some of 18ft Skiff's past greatest sailors will make a return to the 18s on Friday Some of 18ft Skiffs past greatest sailors will make a return to the 18s on Friday, December 14, when the Australian 18 Footers League will stage the inaugural 'Supercup' on Sydney Harbour. by Frank Quealey Posted 12 Dec 09:23 UTC Olympians flock to Sail Melbourne Olympians flock to Sail Melbourne Featuring the world's best Olympic, Para-sailing and Youth Sailors A selection of the world's best sailors has assembled at Melbourne's Royal Brighton Yacht Club this week to contest the 2018 edition of Sail Melbourne International (SMI) starting tomorrow, Thursday, 13 December 2018. by Michael Martin Posted 12 Dec 09:18 UTC
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