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Introducing the Henri-Lloyd Racing Club
by Henri-Lloyd Racing Club
Bringing sailors together through communities in novel and innovative ways Sailing thrives through communities and, in this time of social distancing, bringing people together through communities in novel and innovative ways helps us all bond when other methods may not be possible.
Posted today at 11:34 am
The elephant in the room
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
Time is a very different commodity now, almost Dali-esque, actually. Last year, in what seems like a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… Whoops wrong train of thought there. At any rate, time is a very different commodity now, almost Dali-esque, actually.
Posted on 9 Aug
Foil for Life Challenge by Lemer Pax
by Mark Jardine
A major milestone reached with the title sponsorship announcement Since the group of intrepid British and French WASZP sailors announced the Foil for Life Challenge on the 19th July, the team have been working hard organising the logistics, drumming up support, creating safety plans, training and fund-raising.
Posted on 7 Aug
Double trouble?
by Mark Jardine
Will double-handers be excluded from the Hobart's biggest prize? In yachting, 2020 is the year of shorthanded sailing. Yes, in many cases it has been forced on us due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but the trend was already set and with a mixed double-handed yacht being added to the slate for the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Posted on 3 Aug
All the Fs in sailing
by David Henshall
Fantastic full on fast, fun, and FLAT bottomed - the scow Is windward-leeward is the only true measure of a sailors prowess in a race? Some boats simply don't reach at all, but if there is one genre of boat that has 'reaching master-blaster' written into its DNA, then it has to be the scow.
Posted on 30 Jul
Celebrating solo sailing and the Vendee Globe
by David Schmidt
Latest musings from Sail-World's David Schmidt in the USA If this fall's Vendee Globe is anything like the recent Vendee-Arctique-Les Sables D'Olonne, the sailing world is in for a serious treat.
Posted on 28 Jul
3300 feet and climbing
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
Jeanneau's Sun Fast 3300 climbs ever skyward on the way to a potential berth at Paris 2024... At a time when the world's passenger fleet is effectively grounded, Jeanneau's Sun Fast 3300 climbs ever skyward on the way to a potential berth at Paris (Marseilles) 2024.
Posted on 26 Jul
Gladwell's Line: A Cup Milestone by this weekend?
by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz
NZ Deputy PM descended from early NZ boatbuilding family .. Cup milestone this weekend? Sometime before this week is out, we expect to see the first America's Cup Challenger sailing on the Waitemata Harbour, and NZ Deputy Prime Minister's ancestor was builder of New Zealand's oldest remaining classic yacht.
Posted on 23 Jul
Changing how we do things
by Mark Jardine
Thinking up new ways to compete within Covid-19 regulations In the past few months, we've all got used to new terms in our lives, such as bubbles, social distancing, flattening the curve and 'stay safe' - the ubiquitous sign-off to all emails and conversations.
Posted on 20 Jul
Announcing the 'Foil for Life Challenge'
by Mark Jardine
British and French Waszp sailors to cross the Channel for charity The Waszp class has been renowned for its community spirit since its inception in 2016, and a group of enterprising British and French sailors, filled with a spirit of adventure, put together the 'Foil for Life Challenge'.
Posted on 19 Jul
Redefining my idea of fast aboard Lending Club 2
by David Schmidt
Reflections on a life afloat from David Schmidt in the USA One of my favorite nautical memories is of sailing with skipper Ryan Breymaier and company aboard the 103-foot trimaran Lending Club 2 on San Francisco Bay in June of 2015, and the eye-watering speeds that we achieved aboard this mighty Ultim.
Posted on 14 Jul
David Sussmann on the 2020 Pure Ocean Challenge
by David Schmidt
An interview with David Sussmann on the Route Saint-Pierre Lorient Pure Ocean Challenge I checked in with David Sussmann, founder of Pure Ocean, via email, to learn more about the Route Saint-Pierre Lorient Pure Ocean Challenge
Posted on 13 Jul
Upgrade your experience with the M-Race Jacket
by Mark Jardine
The most breathable, technical jacket Henri-Lloyd have ever made Back when I took part in the Henri-Lloyd Frostbite Challenge in Sweden, as a crew we wore the M-Pro Smock and Salopette combination. We had two days of sunshine, but December in Marstrand is cold... really cold!
Posted on 13 Jul
In this together
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
We have just been reminded of what this nastiest of minute pests with no brain at all can achieve... Australia has been fortunate to have recorded a much lower fatality rate than many other jurisdictions in this most saddening of times.
Posted on 12 Jul
Happy Hour with Mateusz Kusznierewicz
by Stretch & Stir Fry
Stretch & Stirfry chat with the Olympic champion and Star Sailors League pioneer Becoming an Olympic Champion at 21yrs old, a brief Polish history lesson, the Star Sailors League and Stirfry's language skills all come under close scrutiny as the lads chat with Mateusz Kusznierewicz.
Posted on 7 Jul
Once in a blue moon
by Mark Jardine
Every so often you get lucky, sometimes you get really lucky and sometimes you win the lottery Every so often you get lucky, sometimes you get really lucky and sometimes you win the lottery. Sail-World.com's Australian Editor John Curnow hit the jackpot last week while out with the Australian Sailing Team at Coffs Harbour Yacht Club.
Posted on 6 Jul
Gladwell's Line: Turbulent times for America's Cup
by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com/nz
First Challenger arrives in Auckland, as the Defender gets into action on the water and in Court. First Challenger arrives in Auckland, as the Defender gets back into action. Why the Cup must go on, and Emirates Team New Zealand blows the whistle on "informants", and gets an injunction.
Posted on 6 Jul
Wishing that life imitated sailing
by David Schmidt
The US sailing community is proving that racing can still safely take place The sailing community is proving that racing can still safely take place amidst the coronavirus' scary backdrop, albeit in sometimes reimagined and likely more localized forms.
Posted on 30 Jun
An interesting cluster develops
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
So Jeanneau's Sun Fast 3600 has certainly been a bit of a giant killer, especially short-handed. So Jeanneau's Sun Fast 3600 has certainly been a bit of a giant killer, especially short-handed. Races like the 5500nm Melbourne to Osaka lie as testament to that.
Posted on 28 Jun
Happy Hour with Mike 'Moose' Sanderson
by Stretch & Stir Fry
All in fluent Kiwanese... This week, the boys catch up with "Moose", talking all things Doyle. Sit back and learn about 'load sharing', The Ocean Race, Cherub sailing and Mari Cha all in fluent Kiwanese...
Posted on 26 Jun
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