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OK Dinghy World Championship 2024 Day 3 OK Dinghy World Championship 2024 Day 3 Nick Craig extends lead in Brisbane Nick Craig has extended his lead at the 2024 Tan Lines OK Dinghy World Championship at the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, Brisbane, Australia, after two more races on the third day. by Robert Deaves Posted 29 Feb 04:00 NZDT America's Cup: Swiss hit the Road America's Cup: Swiss hit the Road Special delivery! Alinghi Red Bull Racing's BoatOne departs Switzerland headed for Spain Alinghi Red Bull Racing's AC75 yacht that will be raced to challenge for the Louis Vuitton 37th America's Cup this summer has departed from the boat yard in Ecublens, Switzerland bound to Spain. The event is a major campaign milestone. by Alinghi Red Bull Racing Posted 28 Feb 22:14 NZDT The first king of the Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest The first king of the Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest Charles Caudrelier crowned in Brest and lauded by the sailing world Blessed with a perfect sunrise, flat seas and a modest 15kts breeze as he approached the long awaited finish line off Brest this morning Charles Caudrelier took time to enjoy the final ten miles of his solo multihull race round the world. by Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest Posted 28 Feb 07:58 NZDT OK Dinghy World Championship 2024 Day 2 OK Dinghy World Championship 2024 Day 2 Four races and four winners in Brisbane Nick Craig continues to lead the 2024 Tan Lines OK Dinghy World Championship at the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, Brisbane, Australia, after two more races on Tuesday in likely the windiest conditions of the week. by Robert Deaves Posted 28 Feb 03:47 NZDT Cup Spy Feb 27: Kiwis return to off-axis seastate Cup Spy Feb 27: Kiwis return to off-axis seastate Today was Day 67 on the Hauraki Gulf for Emirates Team New Zealand sailing their AC40/LEQ12 Today was Day 67 on the Hauraki Gulf for Emirates Team New Zealand sailing their AC40 hull set up as a LEQ12 test boat. The team appear to have fitted new sensors and maybe cameras onto the foils. Of course, they needed some adjustment. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 28 Feb 00:46 NZDT Caudrelier wins the Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest Caudrelier wins the Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest Maxi Edmond de Rothschild finishes the solo multihull race around the world French solo racer Charles Caudrelier, skipper of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild crossed the finish line off the coast of Brest, this Tuesday morning at 8h 37mn 42s local time (UTC+1hrs) to win the ARKEA ULTIM CHALLENGE-Brest. by Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest Posted 27 Feb 21:39 NZDT Cup Spy Feb 26: Swiss get roughed up Cup Spy Feb 26: Swiss get roughed up Alinghi Red Bull Racing sailed their AC75 and renewed their acquaintance with the Barcelona seastate The Swiss challenger Alinghi Red Bull Racing was the only one of the six teams to be accompanied, on Monday (CET), by the AC37 Joint Recon program by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 27 Feb 12:52 NZDT 470 Worlds in Llucmajor, Mallorca Day 2 470 Worlds in Llucmajor, Mallorca Day 2 Japan defy random conditions to maintain lead Through all the random gusts, lulls and big windshifts of day 2 at the 470 World Championship in Llucmajor, Mallorca, the Japanese teams continue to hold their nerve as well as the overall lead. by Andy Rice Posted 29 Feb 06:11 NZDT Knut Frostad joins Henri-Lloyd Knut Frostad joins Henri-Lloyd Appointed as Executive Chairman Monte Rosa Sports (MRS) formally announces that Main Board Director Knut Frostad will join Henri-Lloyd as Executive Chairman from March 01, 2024. Headquartered in Switzerland, MRS is the holding company for sportswear brands Henri-Lloyd, Odlo and Janus. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 29 Feb 04:47 NZDT Entries open for the RS21 Worlds 2024 Entries open for the RS21 Worlds 2024 Set to be held at the distinguished Club Nautic L'Escala, Spain The RS21 International Class Association proudly announces the official opening of the RS21 World Championship 2024. by RS21 International Class Posted 29 Feb 04:14 NZDT IM24CA starts a new decade with new Class Rules IM24CA starts a new decade with new Class Rules Accepted by the IM24CA World Council AGM 2023 and ratified by the World Sailing last week On Friday, February 23, World Sailing approved the final 2024 changes to the Melges 24 Class Rules. It published a new edition along with the document of particular changes, which came into effect immediately. by International Melges 24 Class Association Posted 29 Feb 04:01 NZDT ARKEA Ultim Challenge Winner | TEAM GITANA ARKEA Ultim Challenge Winner | TEAM GITANA Maxi Edmund de Rothchild trusted North 3Di to power their circumnavigation The open ocean is unforgiving and unpredictable and Maxi Edmund de Rothchild trusted North 3Di to power their circumnavigation. These sails drove Charles straight across the finish line with more speed and power than the competition. by North Sails Posted 28 Feb 22:30 NZDT Taking a closer look at the Switch Taking a closer look at the Switch We spoke to Simon Hiscocks to find out more about the one design foiler There are many dinghies throughout the years which have taken their inspiration from the International Moth and become one design. The Europe and the British Moth are two, and now there's the Switch. by Mark Jardine Posted 28 Feb 21:53 NZDT Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 53 morning update Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 53 morning update Who's next? Coville in tomorrow, Thursday The morning after a beautiful finish for race winner Charles Caudrelier, full focus returns to the four other skippers still in the ARKÉA ULTIM CHALLENGE-Brest race. by Andi Robertson Posted 28 Feb 21:39 NZDT North Kiteboarding joins the race for Olympic Gold North Kiteboarding joins the race for Olympic Gold Submitting its first RAM-Air kite design for registration next month North Kiteboarding is teaming up with a leading paragliding designer to join the race for Olympic gold in the One Design Formula Kite Class. by North Kiteboarding Posted 28 Feb 20:52 NZDT Lazarus, one to watch in JJ Giltinan Championship Lazarus, one to watch in JJ Giltinan Championship The JJs will be the first time the crew have all sailed together in the 18s With the JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship due to start on Sydney Harbour on Saturday (2 March), we have a good idea about the likely performances of many, or most, of the 27-boat fleet, but there is one team which we don't know how it may perform. by Frank Quealey Posted 28 Feb 19:59 NZDT 470 Worlds in Llucmajor, Mallorca Day 1 470 Worlds in Llucmajor, Mallorca Day 1 Jaw-dropping day for Japan Japan came to the 470 World Championship in Llucmajor, Mallorca, as defending champions. Lying in fifth place after three tricky, light-wind races is not at all a bad start for the 2023 World Champions Keiju Okada and Miho Yoshioka. by Andy Rice Posted 28 Feb 08:52 NZDT Celebrating offshore accomplishments Celebrating offshore accomplishments Global Solo Challenge and the Arkéa Ultim Challenge endgames Back in January, I wrote about 2024 having an embarrassment of riches, and the first of these dividends have arrived, courtesy of the Global Solo Challenge and the Arkéa Ultim Challenge. by David Schmidt Posted 28 Feb 07:00 NZDT The Iron Lady of Dubai: how to win the SB20 Worlds The Iron Lady of Dubai: how to win the SB20 Worlds Dubai witnesses first woman to win the Worlds, and with a 50% female team Team Kidzink of Charlotte, Pippa, Artem and Gonçalo marked not only the first UAE victory in the competition, but also a historic moment as Charlotte Borghesi became the first female helmswoman to claim the championship with a 50% female team. by Anna Zyk Posted 28 Feb 02:40 NZDT World Sailing publishes Olympic Vision World Sailing publishes Olympic Vision To steer the sport through to Brisbane 2032 World Sailing has published its Olympic Vision strategy which is aimed at strengthening the sport's contribution to the Olympic Movement. by World Sailing Posted 28 Feb 01:22 NZDT Charles Caudrelier take the crown Charles Caudrelier take the crown Maxi Edmond de Rothschild wins the Arkea Ultim Challenge - Brest At the helm of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, the skipper of Gitana Team wins this race of pioneers, completing his first solo circumnavigation of the globe in 50 days 19 hours 7 minutes, 42 seconds at an average speed of 23.74 knots. by Gitana Team Posted 28 Feb 01:14 NZDT Barz Optics up for sale Barz Optics up for sale Kevin Barr has decided to sell the company after 28 years in business After establishing Barz Optics 28 years ago, Kevin Barr has decided to sell the company. Health issues over the last two years have taken their toll so it's time to smell the flowers. by Kevin Barr Posted 27 Feb 18:30 NZDT Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta: An extra day to pay Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta: An extra day to pay Join fellow sailors from around the globe in celebrating classic yachts and the rich heritage The last day to qualify for the Early Bird discount for the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta is February, 29th you got an extra day due to leap year. by Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta Posted 27 Feb 12:10 NZDT Back with a vengeance Back with a vengeance Categorically been on the Mixed two-handed offshore bandwagon from the beginning Categorically been on this bandwagon from the beginning. Flag bearing, card-carrying, full-blown trumpeter. Mixed two-handed offshore. You might argue it had a wee false start, but it just was a bridge too far at the time by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS Posted 27 Feb 10:00 NZDT The Famous Project crew set for Atlantic challenge The Famous Project crew set for Atlantic challenge This Transatlantic passage is an important stage in training up the team Fresh from an excellent third place on the RORC Caribbean 600 race and multiple training laps around the island of Antigua itself, the seven strong The Famous Project crew will leave Antigua for their first all-female ocean passage across the Atlantic. by The Famous Project Posted 27 Feb 08:29 NZDT SailGP Sydney 2024 - Final series of videos SailGP Sydney 2024 - Final series of videos Interviews from Day 2 of Racing Interviews and wrap from Day 2 of Racing by Bow Caddy Media Posted 27 Feb 08:07 NZDT Charles the magnificent Charles the magnificent Taking the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild to the very top of the bill He waited half a century to realise his dream of a single-handed circumnavigation of the globe. And perhaps this is the point, which will enable the public to really get an insight into this great yet very discreet sailor. by Gitana Team Posted 27 Feb 08:02 NZDT Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 51 Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 51 The last hours at sea for leader Charles Caudrelier French skipper Charles Caudrelier spent his 50th birthday and his 50th day of racing since leaving Brest on Sunday 7th January keeping his giant blue and white Verdier designed ULTIM Maxi Edmond de Rothschild on a very tight, short rein. by Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest Posted 27 Feb 07:16 NZDT Philippe Delamare wins Global Solo Challenge Philippe Delamare wins Global Solo Challenge Crossing the finish line by the breakwater of the Galician city of A Coruña on Saturday On Saturday February 24th at 3 minutes past 3 pm, local time, Philippe Delamare crossed the finish line by the breakwater of the Galician city of A Coruña winning the first edition of the Global Solo Challenge on Mowgli. by Marco Nannini / Global Solo Challenge Posted 27 Feb 06:35 NZDT 470 Worlds in Llucmajor, Mallorca Practice Day 470 Worlds in Llucmajor, Mallorca Practice Day Olympic aspirants ready for an all-round test in Palma The competitors and coaches around the boat park have been giving each other wry smiles after today's pouring rain and shifty offshore conditions. by Andy Rice Posted 27 Feb 06:19 NZDT OK Dinghy World Championship 2024 Day 1 OK Dinghy World Championship 2024 Day 1 Five-time OK Dinghy world champion Nick Craig opens with two bullets Nick Craig led a British clean sweep of race wins on the opening day of the 2024 Tan Lines OK Dinghy World Championship at the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron, in Brisbane, Australia. by Robert Deaves Posted 27 Feb 03:24 NZDT Purple patch at the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show Purple patch at the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show Clear the 'in' colour for sailors in 2024 Sailing fashion is a fickle thing, one minute yellow is all the rage, then red, then orange. In 2024 it was most definitely the colour purple. by YachtsandYachting.com Posted 27 Feb 03:12 NZDT We chat with Tom Morris on the Allen stand We chat with Tom Morris on the Allen stand At the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show Tom Morris of the Youtube channel Mozzy Sails talks to us at the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show 2024 about developing fittings with Allen for his RS800, his favourite block, the America's Cup and more! by Mark Jardine Posted 27 Feb 01:00 NZDT Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 51 morning update Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 51 morning update Caudrelier's finish is expected to be between midnight and noon This Monday morning the ARKÉA ULTIM CHALLENGE-Brest leader Charles Caudrelier, the solo skipper of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild, has about 455 miles to the finish line. But the conditions remain tough all the way to Brest. by Andi Robertson Posted 26 Feb 20:07 NZDT A Remarkable RORC Caribbean 600 A Remarkable RORC Caribbean 600 561 sailors from all over the world took part in the 600-mile race around 11 Caribbean islands The 15th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 started in glorious conditions on Monday 19th February 2024. 561 sailors from all over the world took part in the 600-mile race around 11 Caribbean islands. by Louay Habib Posted 26 Feb 17:43 NZDT Cup Spy Feb 22-23: One sailed, one splashed Cup Spy Feb 22-23: One sailed, one splashed One team sailed in Cagliari. An AC75 was splashed in Barcelona. Several teams competed in SailGP Luna Rossa was the only team to sail at the week, and appeared to have a good day, with a good breeze and a surprisingly lumpy sea of off Cagliari and Barcelona. Alinghi Red Bull Racing splashed their AC75 for some system testing. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 26 Feb 12:02 NZDT Spain's Olympic duo narrow Worlds favourites Spain's Olympic duo narrow Worlds favourites The 470 World Championship is set to begin Monday in Palma, Mallorca The 470 World Championship is set to begin in Palma, Mallorca. Taking place from 24 February to 3 March, 64 international teams representing 27 nations are making final preparations before racing begins this Monday. by Andy Rice Posted 26 Feb 10:52 NZDT End of Leg 3 of the McIntyre Ocean Globe Race End of Leg 3 of the McIntyre Ocean Globe Race The final two yachts racing, are in! The final two yachts racing leg three of the McIntyre Ocean Globe Race are in! Just as day broke under a cloudy gray sky, Sterna SA (42) the South African Swan 53, crossed the Yacht Club Punta del Este finish line at 09:16 UTC, 24th February. by Ocean Globe Race Posted 26 Feb 09:28 NZDT Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 50 Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 50 Thomas Coville reflects before his final big charge to the finish In second place on ARKEA ULTIM CHALLENGE-Brest solo multihull round the world race, Thomas Coville is working west of the Azores high pressure system, and has just under 1500 miles to the finish line in Brest. by Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest Posted 26 Feb 09:09 NZDT Spicare Omaezaki Japan World Cup overall Spicare Omaezaki Japan World Cup overall Buzzer beater finishes in final day In the final day of the Spicare Omaezaki Japan World Cup, junior winners edged out their competitors with multiple, buzzer beater moments. by International Windsurfing Tour Posted 26 Feb 02:41 NZDT Celebrating 25 years of Rooster! Celebrating 25 years of Rooster! We speak with founder Steve Cockerill at the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show Mark Jardine speaks with Steve Cockerill, founder of Rooster, on the 25th Anniversary of the innovative sailing clothing and chandlery company. by Mark Jardine Posted 25 Feb 23:58 NZDT OK Worlds opening ceremony & practice race OK Worlds opening ceremony & practice race The largest OK event to ever be held south of the equator The largest OK Dinghy event to ever be held south of the equator is all set to proceed after 112 sailors from seven nations completed equipment inspection and registration ahead of the start of the 2024 Tan Lines OK Dinghy World Championship. by Robert Deaves Posted 25 Feb 23:50 NZDT Australia take first win of SailGP Season 4 Australia take first win of SailGP Season 4 First ever SailGP race win for Erik Heil's Team Germany Tom Slingsby and his Australian crew have been crowned champions of the KPMG Australia Sail Grand Prix I Sydney, flying home in front of an ecstatic and vibrant 'Genesis Island' crowd and a jam-packed Sydney Harbour to clinch the win. by SailGP Posted 25 Feb 22:25 NZDT SailGP Sydney 2024 - Next series of videos SailGP Sydney 2024 - Next series of videos Crosbie Lorimer from Bow Caddy Media brings you the latest Crosbie Lorimer from Bow Caddy Media brings you the latest from the Tech Centre at SailGP Sydney, recapping on yesterday's racing and taking a look at what is ahead today. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 25 Feb 21:41 NZDT Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 50 morning update Arkéa Ultim Challenge-Brest day 50 morning update The long road home Less than 1000 miles from the Brest finish line of the ARKÉA ULTIM CHALLENGE-Brest, Charles Caudrelier is closing the final miles carefully on the Ultim Maxi Edmond de Rothschild. by Andi Robertson Posted 25 Feb 20:51 NZDT Day 1 action-shots of SailGP Sydney racing Day 1 action-shots of SailGP Sydney racing The gusty and shifty southerly kept everyone foiling most of the time The high winds originally forecast for Day 1 of Sail GP Sydney racing on Saturday did not eventuate; but the gusty and shifty southerly kept everyone foiling most of the time. by Bow Caddy Media Posted 25 Feb 20:41 NZDT Two 18ft Skiff series conclude on Sydney Harbour Two 18ft Skiff series conclude on Sydney Harbour Club Championship and Season Point Score titles decided The Yandoo and Fisher & Paykel 18ft skiff racing teams took out the two major club racing championships conducted over the 2023-24 season by the Australian 18 Footer League, which concluded on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 25 Feb 18:00 NZDT Sydney SailGP: Kiwis third overall - Day 1 Sydney SailGP: Kiwis third overall - Day 1 Familiar rivals Australia and New Zealand remain neck and neck after Day 1 in Sydney SailGP Familiar rivals Australia and New Zealand remain neck and neck after Day 1 in Sydney SailGP - in second and third, respectively. But consistency was the name of the game, with Rockwool Denmark leading the fleet after three podium finishes. by Natalie Fortier Posted 25 Feb 16:38 NZDT
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