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McConaghy 2022 - MC63p & MC75 LEADERBOARD
Cup Critiqued: The twin Universes of AC75 & AC40 Cup Critiqued: The twin Universes of AC75 & AC40 First look at Barcelona as a venue .. Youth and Womens Worlds .. Cup budget cap? Over the past week, we have gazed into the twin universes of the AC75 and AC40. The AC75 insight was more one of getting a first look at Barcelona as a venue. The jury is still out on the AC40 - but so far it looks very good indeed. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 5 Oct 01:30 NZDT Alinghi Red Bull Racing goes flying in Barcelona Alinghi Red Bull Racing goes flying in Barcelona The results of the first few days of sailing have been very positive The Swiss challenger for the America's Cup has been putting its AC75 training boat BoatZero – bought from Emirates Team New Zealand earlier this year – through its paces in Barcelona. by Alinghi Red Bull Racing Posted 5 Oct 00:15 NZDT GWA Wingfoil World Cup announced for New Zealand GWA Wingfoil World Cup announced for New Zealand The Tip Top GWA Wingfoil World Cup presented by Armstrong Foils will take place on March 4-11, 2023 The NZ World Cup event will be the first event of the 2023 World Tour, where male and female athletes will be able to compete in the freestyle and racing disciplines. The GWA World Tour is the highest level of wingfoiling in the world. by Waterbourne Charitable Trust Posted 4 Oct 14:05 NZDT Art on the Water Art on the Water It is hard not to marvel at the Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez photos With Act 1 of Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez 2022 now concluded, it was hard not to marvel at the photos coming through from the event. The exceptional photographer Ingrid Abery sent through her shots, which looked like classical paintings. by Mark Jardine Posted 5 Oct 08:00 NZDT Rhum Multi, Rhum Mono fleets rekindle history Rhum Multi, Rhum Mono fleets rekindle history It is these core classes which feature many of the real adventurers and amateur solo skippers The 30 skippers in the Rhum Mono and Rhum Multi categories who are due to compete in the Route du Rhum - Destination Guadeloupe 2022 are preparing to set off on the famous solo course across the Atlantic. by Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe Posted 5 Oct 04:31 NZDT Ports for the 2023 Ocean Globe Race confirmed Ports for the 2023 Ocean Globe Race confirmed Setting a historic track in the spirit of the original Whitbread Race Sir Francis Chichester made his groundbreaking one stop solo circumnavigation in 1967 chasing the original clipper ship sailing times around the world. That led to the first ever around the world yacht race in 1968 called the Sunday Times Golden Globe. by Don McIntyre Posted 5 Oct 04:21 NZDT Moroz aims to 'go into sixth' at the Worlds Moroz aims to 'go into sixth' at the Worlds She is "riding with Paris 2024 in my mind and Cagliari in my heart" The five-time Formule Kite world champion arrived over a week ago in the Sardinian capital to become familiar with the sea and the winds, in view of the Sardinia Grand Slam. by Sardinia Grand Slam Posted 5 Oct 00:13 NZDT MYRI 2022: Five days left to submit your image MYRI 2022: Five days left to submit your image The deadline for submitting your photo is 9 October at 11:59 PM (GMT) The deadline for entering the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award and submitting your photo is 9 October at 11:59 PM (GMT). by Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Posted 4 Oct 21:51 NZDT Record line-up at Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez Record line-up at Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez 'Maxi week' gets underway today for the fleet 'Maxi week' at Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez gets under way today for the record-size fleet of 46 yachts. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 4 Oct 19:38 NZDT Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, a Maxi showcase Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, a Maxi showcase Sixth and final meeting in the IMA Mediterranean Maxi Inshore Challenge The last of the Classic and Modern yachts cast off from Saint Tropez early this morning, immediately replaced in the little port by an impressive haul of Maxi Yachts, already honing their weapons for the second week of racing at Les Voiles. by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 4 Oct 08:58 NZDT Swiss team wins 3rd consecutive GC32 Racing Tour Swiss team wins 3rd consecutive GC32 Racing Tour Alinghi Red Bull Racing top flying catamaran one-design circuit again Appropriately, given it is the longest-standing and most successful catamaran racing team on the planet, Alinghi Red Bull Racing has been confirmed as the 2022 winner of the GC32 Racing Tour. by GC32 Racing Tour Posted 4 Oct 03:43 NZDT International Fleet Set to Gather International Fleet Set to Gather Rolex Middle Sea Race just three weeks away With the start of the 2022 Rolex Middle Sea Race just three weeks away, another fascinating contest beckons. The entry list currently stands at 120 yachts representing 25 countries. by Rolex Middle Sea Race Posted 3 Oct 23:53 NZDT World Sailing Show Episode 5 World Sailing Show Episode 5 Video news includes hearing from the newly-crowned 49erFX World Champions The episode focuses on the recent 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17 Worlds. In the main feature, we hear from the newly-crowned 49erFX World Champions, the Dutch pair of Odile van Aanholt and Annette Duetz, and recap the action in all three classes. by World Sailing Posted 3 Oct 23:09 NZDT PIC Coastal Classic Yacht Race Preview PIC Coastal Classic Yacht Race Preview Roaring southerlies – or a northerly fight? The PIC Coastal Classic, the world-famous yacht race from Auckland to Russell, starts on Friday 21 October and marks the start of the summer sailing season. by PIC Coastal Classic Posted 3 Oct 18:57 NZDT M32 Worlds at Cascais, Portugal preview M32 Worlds at Cascais, Portugal preview The fleet is getting together for the final event of the season The M32 fleet is getting together for the final and major event of the season. The World Championship, this year in Cascais, Portugal. by M32 Class Posted 3 Oct 12:21 NZDT Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez Act 2 underway Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez Act 2 underway A festival beyond compare For this second Sunday of Les Voiles, the port of Saint Tropez was the theatre for a very special extravaganza of sail. by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 3 Oct 07:52 NZDT AC40 for Brits is on its way AC40 for Brits is on its way A second AC40 has exited the McConaghy Boats build facility destined for INEOS Britannia A second AC40 has exited the McConaghy Boats build facility in China, destined for the America's Cup Challenger of Record, INEOS Britannia. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 2 Oct 16:05 NZDT Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino overall Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino overall Quantum Racing are crowned Royal Cup champions in Scarlino, Italy Doug DeVos' Quantum Racing won the Roy/lmk al Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino title today in Tuscany, Italy, their third regatta triumph of the five event 2022 52 SUPER SERIES season. by 52 Super Series Posted 2 Oct 10:28 NZDT Colligo Marine spotlight: James Burwick Colligo Marine spotlight: James Burwick James Burwick has been working in the marine industry for 38 years! James Burwick has been working in the marine industry for 38 years! His family-owned business is called Anasazi Ltda, where he does marine consulting, product sales, refits, yacht sales, and deliveries. by Colligo Marine Posted 2 Oct 10:21 NZDT Dazzling Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez Act 1 finale Dazzling Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez Act 1 finale Trophies and rewards for the Classic stars Thousands of square metres of sails have been lowered in a joyous din this Saturday evening after a truly amazing finale to part one of Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez 2022. by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 2 Oct 09:10 NZDT Bo Petersen wins OK Dinghy European title Bo Petersen wins OK Dinghy European title After dramatic final day in Bandol Bo Petersen has won his third OK Dinghy European Championship at Société Nautique de Bandol, France, after one final race was sailed on Saturday in Bandol. Stefan de Vries takes the silver while race winner Valerian Lebrun takes the bronze. by Robert Deaves Posted 2 Oct 06:34 NZDT Sardinia Grand Slam ready for the Worlds challenge Sardinia Grand Slam ready for the Worlds challenge 156 athletes from 5 continents and 45 countries will be taking part Next October 8th to 16th the traditional sailing event in Cagliari will assign the titles of the Formula Kite World Championship, the "Olympic board" expected to debut in Paris 2024. by Sardinia Grand Slam Posted 1 Oct 22:46 NZDT A busy week getting Horonuku to the Lake A busy week getting Horonuku to the Lake It has been a week like no other so far in the wind powered land speed world record campaign It has been a week like no other so far in the wind powered land speed world record campaign, with Horonuku finally reaching its destination at Lake Gairdner in South Australia. When Glenn Ashby said last week “Lets get ready to go” he meant it. by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 1 Oct 20:26 NZDT Cup Spy: Swiss hit cross-swell conditions Cup Spy: Swiss hit cross-swell conditions Alinghi RBR continued to work up their first generation AC75, off Barcelona on Friday As we are now in the month of the 2024 America's Cup Match, the weather conditions and how they are handled by the AC75, are as much of interest as the performance of the Swiss team, who are the only team sailing out of the 2024 America's Cup venue. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 1 Oct 12:13 NZDT Marine Auctions October 2022 Online Auctions Marine Auctions October 2022 Online Auctions Vessels, Cutter Suction Dredge and a Marina Berth Please find details of the Vessels, Cutter Suction Dredge and a Marina Berth we will be offering in our October Online Auction. by Marine Auctions Posted 1 Oct 09:03 NZDT Once upon a time in Saint Tropez... Once upon a time in Saint Tropez... Classes, Modern and Classic alike racing at Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez It was amidst a soundtrack comprising hand canons on the large schooners, sea shanties from the schooner Naema and the drone of bagpipes from the top spreader of the gaff schooner Elena, that sailors returned to port this evening. by Maguelonne Turcat Posted 1 Oct 08:52 NZDT Epic third day at OK Dinghy Europeans Epic third day at OK Dinghy Europeans Bo Petersen takes the lead in Bandol Bo Petersen, from Denmark, has taken the lead at the OK Dinghy Europeans at Société Nautique de Bandol, France, but sits on equal points with Stefan de Vries, from The Netherlands, while Britain's Nick Craig is up to third, just four points back. by Robert Deaves Posted 1 Oct 08:27 NZDT Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 4 Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 4 Sled leads into Saturday's Scarlino showdown by just one point Just one point separates Sled from second placed Quantum Racing going into Saturday's two scheduled races which will decide the winners of the Royal Cup, the top trophy for the fourth regatta of the 2022 52 SUPER SERIES season. by 52 Super Series Posted 1 Oct 08:18 NZDT The Ocean Race & Warner Bros. Discovery team up The Ocean Race & Warner Bros. Discovery team up Live race coverage and enhanced storytelling around the crews, destinations and the ocean Warner Bros. Discovery and The Ocean Race have agreed a long-term partnership that will extend the global race to Warner Bros. Discovery's audience around the world. by The Ocean Race Posted 1 Oct 01:28 NZDT The Globe 40 reaches Cape Leeuwin The Globe 40 reaches Cape Leeuwin The 2nd Cape in the Round the World trilogy Yesterday, the Dutch crew on SEC HAYAI, Frans Budel and Ysbrand Endt, passed the longitude of Cape Leewin in south-west Australia, a 3,580-mile (6,630 km) sea passage from Mauritius, which took them 16 days and 12 hours. by Sirius Events Posted 30 Sep 23:55 NZDT Cup Spy: AC40 blasting at 45kts - Day 5 Cup Spy: AC40 blasting at 45kts - Day 5 Emirates Team NZ's America's Cup crew pushed the limits on the AC40 on a murky Auckland day. Emirates Team New Zealand's champion America's Cup crew found the limits of the AC40, the hard way, triggering the first serious capsize, as well as setting a new top speed mark of 45kts. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 30 Sep 22:55 NZDT Golden Globe fleet dive into doldrums Golden Globe fleet dive into doldrums Frustrating first test for many A week after the fleet crossed the Lanzarote gate, Simon Curwen (UK) is leading the fleet into the Doldrums through the 10th parallel, where the elastic fleet expands and compresses depending on the conditions. by Don McIntyre Posted 30 Sep 19:17 NZDT Notice of Race issued for Womens/Youth AC Notice of Race issued for Womens/Youth AC America's Cup Events has released the Notice of Race for the Youth and Womens America's Cups The Notice of Race for the 2024 Women's America's Cup and Youth America's Cup has been posted and firm plans can now be laid by prospective teams from around the world to compete in the glorious surrounds of Barcelona in 2024. by America's Cup Events Posted 30 Sep 11:59 NZDT Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain overall Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain overall Congratulations to Cam Owen and Susan Ghent from Australia Congratulations to our 2022 Hobie 16 World Champions, Cam Owen and Susan Ghent from Australia. After a long day of waiting and an eventual abandoned race Cam and Susie took the top spot in an incredibly talented pool of sailors. by Hobie Racing Posted 30 Sep 09:44 NZDT OK Dinghy Europeans finally gets going OK Dinghy Europeans finally gets going Three races and three winner in Bandol Valerian Lebrun from France is the early leader at the 2022 OK Dinghy European Championship at Société Nautique de Bandol, France, after the first day of racing. by Robert Deaves Posted 30 Sep 07:18 NZDT Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 3 Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 3 Sled working a particular magic in Tuscany to extend their lead The waters of the Golfo di Follonica, Tuscany continue to deliver excellent racing conditions for the Royal Cup 52 SUPER SERIES Scarlino. by 52 Super Series Posted 30 Sep 05:53 NZDT Collinson FX: Sept 30 - A finger in the dyke Collinson FX: Sept 30 - A finger in the dyke Inflation remains the big problem haunting Central banks across the Western world The Bank of England in an effort to combat the reckless unfunded UK Government's fiscal spendathon mini-budget, kept bond yields lower but is a finger in the dyke. AUD crashed back to 0.6450, while the NZD plunged to 0.5650 by Collinson FX Posted 29 Sep 23:21 NZDT Ngati Whatua Orakei & ETNZ partnership Ngati Whatua Orakei & ETNZ partnership ETNZ were welcomed onto the Ngati Whatua Orakei Marae in a Kotuitanga signing ceremony Emirates Team New Zealand were welcomed onto the Ngati Whatua Orakei Marae today in a signing ceremony of the official Kotuitanga which represents an ongoing partnership between both organisations. by Emirates Team NZ Media Posted 29 Sep 21:55 NZDT New ILCA Mainsheet Blocks from Allen New ILCA Mainsheet Blocks from Allen 18 months of development and testing comes to fruition This new set of ILCA mainsheet blocks has been under development and testing for the past 18 months, and we are now pleased to announce the new blocks are now in stock and ready to improve your sheeting experience! by Allen Posted 29 Sep 21:00 NZDT Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 2 Royal Cup 52 Super Series Scarlino Day 2 Tied at the top in Tuscany after four races After four races at the Royal Cup 52 SUPER SERIES Scarlino regatta in Tuscany, Italy there have now been different winners. Takashi Okura's 2021 circuit champions Sled are tied with Quantum Racing at the top. by 52 Super Series Posted 29 Sep 17:21 NZDT America's Cup: Recon Diary - Pretty Epic America's Cup: Recon Diary - Pretty Epic Burling and Tuke stepped aboard ETNZ's AC40 for a blustery first taste of the AC40 Returning to New Zealand from the European summer circuits, Pete Burling and Blair Tuke wasted no time in re-joining the extensive Kiwi testing programme, stepping aboard ETNZ's AC40 for a blustery first taste of the most sensational boat of 2022. by Magnus Wheatley/America's Cup Media Posted 29 Sep 11:42 NZDT WASZP and SailGP Inspire in Cadiz WASZP and SailGP Inspire in Cadiz 16 of Spain's future stars given 5 days of training and racing The final European leg of SailGP Season 3 took place in Cadiz, Spain over the weekend. WASZP and SailGP Inspire welcomed 16 of Spain's future stars to Centro Náutico Elcano for five days of training and racing. by WASZP class Posted 29 Sep 10:51 NZDT Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 14 Hobie 16 Worlds in Spain day 14 A great first day for the finals Building breeze and tight quarters for the first day of the finals. Winds started out on the lighter side but quickly built to 10-15 knots. by Hobie Racing Posted 29 Sep 07:28 NZDT SailGP edges closer to Middle East debut SailGP edges closer to Middle East debut First-ever Dubai Sail Grand Prix presented by P&O Marinas this November As the sun sets on its event in Cádiz Spain, SailGP, the purpose-driven global racing championship, packs up and heads to the region for the first-ever Dubai Sail Grand Prix Presented by P&O Marinas, which will take place at Mina Rashid, November 12-13. by Salam Fiesal Posted 29 Sep 05:57 NZDT Voting open for the 2022 World Sailing Awards Voting open for the 2022 World Sailing Awards Have a say in who wins the Rolex World Sailor of the Year and other awards The 2022 World Sailing Awards - celebrating the outstanding achievements and exceptional contributions throughout the sport of sailing - is now open for online voting! by World Sailing Posted 29 Sep 05:41 NZDT Mistral delays start of OK dinghy Europeans Mistral delays start of OK dinghy Europeans 35-38 knots of wind blasting the bay of Bandol, France It was Mistral 2: OK Dinghy Europeans 0, on Wednesday with 35-38 knots of wind blasting the bay of Bandol on the first day of the 2022 OK Dinghy European Championship. by Robert Deaves Posted 29 Sep 04:32 NZDT SailGP Purpose and Impact Report SailGP Purpose and Impact Report 56 per cent reduction in temporary power related emissions, and more... SailGP, the world's first climate positive sport and entertainment property, has released its inaugural Purpose & Impact Report to showcase the environmental and social successes and challenges it has faced in its second season. by James Rigby Posted 29 Sep 03:12 NZDT Cup Spy: Tuke impressed with AC40 Cup Spy: Tuke impressed with AC40 Peter Burling and Blair Tuke put the AC40 through its paces today in a fresh seabreeze. Fresh off the plane from the Sail GP regatta in Cadiz, Spain, Emirates Team New Zealand's Peter Burling and Blair Tuke put the AC40 through its paces on the Inner Hauraki Gulf today in a fresh seabreeze. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 28 Sep 21:34 NZDT
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