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Cup Spy Jan 30: Patriot off to a foggy start Cup Spy Jan 30: Patriot off to a foggy start Three teams trained on Monday as a time of change draws near in the buildup to the America's Cup. Three teams trained on Monday as a time of change draws near in the buildup to the America's Cup. American Magic started was greeted by a fog bank and stayed inshore at Pensacola. Luna Rossa and Alinghi RBR had good sessions in Cagliari and Barcelona. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-world.com/nz Posted 1 Feb 02:16 NZDT Join the crew aboard Emirates Team NZ's AC40 Join the crew aboard Emirates Team NZ's AC40 Join the crew aboard Emirates Team NZ's AC40 on this just-released 360 degree video Join the crew aboard Emirates Team NZ's AC40 on this just-released 360 degree video by Richard Gladwell Posted 31 Jan 16:46 NZDT Cup Spy Jan 27/28: Brits join the Capsize Club Cup Spy Jan 27/28: Brits join the Capsize Club Brits join the Capsize Club, Spies check out Italians, Swiss on the Barcelona Roller-coaster Luna Rossa had a fast day at the office off Cagliari, but the AC37 Recon team got their shots. The Swiss were confronted by an deceptive cross sea state which made for some spectacular charges. The Brits did a slow speed capsize and some fast runs. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-world.com/nz Posted 30 Jan 21:49 NZDT Boat 1 dominates Elliott 5.9 Southern Circuit Boat 1 dominates Elliott 5.9 Southern Circuit Boat 1 (Shane Smith) dominates the recently completed Elliott 5.9 Southern Circuit. Boat 1 (Shane Smith) has dominated the recently completed Elliott 5.9 Southern Circuit, claiming wins in both Round 2 (Lyttelton) and round 3 (Nelson). by Gareth Howard - Elliott 5.9 Association Posted 30 Jan 12:34 NZDT Cup Spy Jan 26: No breeze to big breeze Cup Spy Jan 26: No breeze to big breeze Four teams sailed in very different conditions. American Magic hits 38kts upwind American Magic had a solid training session offshore on the Gulf of Mexico hitting an impressive 38kts upwind. The Kiwis sailed in winds of 26 kts - above the AC37 limit. The Brits had no wind at all in Mallorca. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-world.com/nz Posted 30 Jan 12:05 NZDT The armchair navigator - imagining life at sea The armchair navigator - imagining life at sea What does it feel like during The Ocean Race? As the 2023 edition of The Ocean Race fleets tears up the offshore miles separating Cabo Verde from Cape Town, I'll admit that I often find myself daydreaming about what it would be like to foil (or semi-foil) across a wide swath of big blue. by David Schmidt Posted 1 Feb 05:00 NZDT The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 7: Racing into the South The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 7: Racing into the South The fleet is escaping the clutches of the doldrums and picking up speed in the southern hemisphere As January comes to a close, so does one chapter of leg 2 of The Ocean Race. The fleet has burst into the southern hemisphere, crossing the equator overnight and escaping the calms of the doldrums. by The Ocean Race Posted 1 Feb 03:39 NZDT Kirsten Neuschäfer takes lead in Golden Globe Race Kirsten Neuschäfer takes lead in Golden Globe Race An extraordinary solo woman sailor quite unlike any other 149 days ago, on Sept 4th 2022, 15 men and one woman set out from Les Sables d'Olonne. Their dreams and aspirations were to circumnavigate solo in the extreme Golden Globe Race. by Golden Globe Race Posted 1 Feb 03:05 NZDT Record entries for Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca Record entries for Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca More than 560 crews from 54 countries have already pre-registered More than 560 crews from 54 countries have already pre-registered for the 52 Trofeo Princesa Sofia Mallorca. In the history of Mallorca's classic Olympic class regatta this is already an unprecedented level of interest in the showcase regatta. by Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofía Posted 1 Feb 02:21 NZDT New Allen blocks at boot Düsseldorf 2023 New Allen blocks at boot Düsseldorf 2023 We speak to Ben Harden about the latest in the range, including the mighty TiiTAN We speak to Ben Harden at boot Düsseldorf 2023 about the new products from Allen, including the redesigned 40mm range, the deck organiser range, the High Roller block range, and the mighty TiiTAN. by Mark Jardine Posted 31 Jan 23:41 NZDT Visit Qatar GKA Freestyle-Kite World Cup kicks off Visit Qatar GKA Freestyle-Kite World Cup kicks off Kiteboarding's leading freestyle athletes set for competition Round one of the 2023 Qatar Airways GKA Kite World Tour season kicks off today with the Visit Qatar GKA Freestyle-Kite World Cup at Fuwairit Kite Beach resort with awesome, turquoise-clear lagoon conditions on the menu. by GKA Kite World Tour Posted 31 Jan 22:29 NZDT 30% off on Vaikobi back zip wetsuit 30% off on Vaikobi back zip wetsuit Last chance to save, sale ends when stock runs out! Last chance to save on a new Vaikobi back-zip steamer. Sale ends when stock runs out! by Vaikobi Ocean Performance Posted 31 Jan 19:16 NZDT 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 4 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 4 Light winds mix fleet Light winds mixed the fleet on the fourth day of the 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami. Ed Wright from Britain extended his lead to 11 points from Domonkos Nemeth from Hungary, while Miguel Fernandez Vasco, from Spain is back up to third. by Robert Deaves Posted 31 Jan 18:43 NZDT Mikaili Sol is already in Qatar for GKA World Cup Mikaili Sol is already in Qatar for GKA World Cup Championship will be officially opened this Tuesday at Fuwairit Kite Beach Resort Crowned six-time world champion in 2022 and ranking as number one woman in the Freestyle category, 18-year-old Mikaili Sol is one of the promises for the Qatar GKA Freestyle Kite Word Cup 2033. by César A. Martín Posted 31 Jan 12:20 NZDT Stopover episode 2 - Cabo Verde Stopover episode 2 - Cabo Verde Despite the apparent relaxed atmosphere, the IMOCA crews were not allowed to wind down In this second episode of the STOPOVER series, come and join us in the country of Cesária Évora, the Barefoot Diva. by IMOCA Globe Series Posted 31 Jan 10:28 NZDT NYYC American Magic Team 1 wins US Select Series 1 NYYC American Magic Team 1 wins US Select Series 1 Dominating on the water in Miami Fresh from contesting the Youth Foiling Gold Cup 2023 Act 1 on Biscayne Bay, the foiling 69F line-up joined the three days of racing of the Bacardi Invitation Winter Series Event 2 in Miami. by 69F Sailing Posted 31 Jan 10:22 NZDT The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 6: Nervous times The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 6: Nervous times Tensions run high as wind and boat speeds hit new lows Tensions run high as wind and boat speeds hit new lows with the IMOCA fleet crossing an unusually large doldrums. by The Ocean Race Posted 31 Jan 05:06 NZDT Freestyle skills at the 2023 FPT Cape Town Freestyle skills at the 2023 FPT Cape Town Howling winds kicked off the competitive season in South Africa Two eliminations were ran, one at the Rietvlei lake and one at the wavespot Doodles, meaning diverse conditions which challenged every single one of the 28 entrants. by Freestyle Pro Tour Posted 31 Jan 02:06 NZDT Sailing not included in Paralympic Games for LA28 Sailing not included in Paralympic Games for LA28 David Graham, "...an extremely disappointing day for our whole sport" World Sailing has vowed to continue supporting Para Sailing worldwide following the news that the sport will not be included in the Paralympic Games for LA28. by World Sailing Posted 30 Jan 23:54 NZDT The record-breaking 2023 RORC Transatlantic Race The record-breaking 2023 RORC Transatlantic Race Near perfect trade wind conditions for the ninth edition Starting from Marina Lanzarote on the 8th of January 2023, the ninth edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race had near perfect trade wind conditions. by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 30 Jan 23:10 NZDT 180th Festival of Sails in Video 180th Festival of Sails in Video It cannot be denied that the Festival of Sails is back! Close to 300 boats attended It cannot be denied that the Festival of Sails is back! Close to 300 boats made for the biggest fleet seen since back in 2014 across the Melbourne to Geelong Passage Race... by Nic Douglass Posted 30 Jan 20:13 NZDT 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 3 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 3 Young guns close gap on Ed Wright After two days of very cloudy conditions, the Sunshine State started to live up to its name again on Bacardi Race Day, the third day of the 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami. by Robert Deaves Posted 30 Jan 18:47 NZDT All vessels great and small All vessels great and small January is a great time 'Down Under': Loads of annual regattas for coveted titles January is such a great time 'Down Under': A load of annual regattas for coveted Australian Championships, with many very much steeped in a grand history, and often a World title or two are in there, as well. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS Posted 30 Jan 10:00 NZDT Vaikobi Accessories Vaikobi Accessories Train longer. Go faster. Stay safer. Be comfortable. Train longer. 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Be comfortable... with accessories that can make all the difference to your on-water session. by Vaikobi Ocean Performance Posted 30 Jan 10:00 NZDT Britain's Phil Sharp on his new IMOCA Britain's Phil Sharp on his new IMOCA Zero emissions Sam Manuard design, highlighting hydrogen fuel cell technology Britain's Phil Sharp will line up with a new zero emissions Sam Manuard IMOCA highlighting hydrogen fuel cell technology. by Vendee Globe Posted 30 Jan 04:29 NZDT The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 5: Into the unknown The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 5: Into the unknown Biotherm leads the fleet into the doldrums with Malizia making up miles Paul Meilhat's Biotherm was the first boat to feel the impact of the doldrums overnight as his crew saw their speed plummet from 14 to 4 knots just after midnight UTC. by The Ocean Race Posted 30 Jan 01:57 NZDT 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall 18ft Skiff Australian Championship overall No racing was completed on Sydney Harbour today The Finport Finance team of Keagan York, Angus Williams and Phil Marshall became the 2022-23 Australian 18ft Skiff champion after a controversial day when no racing was completed on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 29 Jan 21:37 NZDT Festival of Sails overall Festival of Sails overall Winners declared at another successful event A grey sky, light breeze and showers prefaced the final day of Royal Geelong Yacht Club's 2023 Festival of Sails, but nothing was going to wipe the smiles from competitors faces, particularly those who were still in the running for trophies by Di Pearson/Festival of Sails Posted 29 Jan 20:38 NZDT Globe40 Leg 6 Finish Globe40 Leg 6 Finish Ahmas wins in Recife in the Brazilian heat The Anglo-American team AHMAS (Class40 n degrees 127) crossed the finish line of leg 6 of the GLOBE40 in Recife Saturday at 11:48 p.m. local time. by Sirius Events Posted 29 Jan 19:11 NZDT 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 2 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 2 Ed Wright extends his lead over Domonkos Nemeth It was breeze on in Miami for Day 2 of the 2023 Finn Gold Cup. After four races now sailed, Ed Wright, from Britain, extends his lead while Domonkos Nemeth, from Hungary stays in second. by Robert Deaves Posted 29 Jan 18:40 NZDT Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta is cancelled Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta is cancelled Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta has been cancelled following a state of emergency in Auckland For only the second time in its 183 year history, the Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta has been cancelled following the devastating floods on Friday night and the announcement of a state of emergency for Auckland. by Helen Horrocks Posted 29 Jan 16:54 NZDT iQFOiL Lanzarote International Games overall iQFOiL Lanzarote International Games overall Pilar Lamadrid (ESP) and Pawel Tarnowski (POL) crowned champions The first major Olympic windsurfing event of the year which attracted with 150 participants from 35 countries, the Lanzarote iQFOil Games, came to an exciting conclusion today in the Canary Islands. by Media Lanzarote Sailing Center Posted 29 Jan 11:02 NZDT First training sessions for The Famous Project First training sessions for The Famous Project Selection trials for 100% female crew ahead of the Jules Verne Trophy From February 6 to 10, 2023 at the Mediterranean Training Centre (CEM) in La Grande-Motte, Alexia Barrier will gather four women sailors to start the selections for The Famous Project. by The Famous Project Posted 29 Jan 06:01 NZDT Richomme salutes Meilhat and the crew on Biotherm Richomme salutes Meilhat and the crew on Biotherm As the new Paprec Arkéa arrives in Lorient The buzz in Lorient right now is about the brand new Paprec Arkéa IMOCA, which has arrived at La Base in Lorient ahead of its launch on February 22nd, the first boat in the Class for Yoann Richomme, one of France's top solo racers. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 29 Jan 04:05 NZDT The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 4: Lining up The Ocean Race Leg 2 Day 4: Lining up The IMOCA sailors are picking their slot to line up for the doldrums crossing Stakes are high as The Ocean Race fleet begins to settle into position for crossing the equator and passing through the doldrums (officially the Intertropical Convergence Zone or ITCZ). by The Ocean Race Posted 29 Jan 02:58 NZDT Meet the 29er Fleet #5: Clementine and Nathan Meet the 29er Fleet #5: Clementine and Nathan We meet Irish sibling teammates Clementine and Nathan Van Steenberge Silver Medallists in the 2022 EuroCup series, we meet Irish sibling teammates Clementine and Nathan Van Steenberge by International 29er Class Posted 29 Jan 02:48 NZDT Performance Code Zero Furlers Performance Code Zero Furlers Options from KZ Racefurlers put under the spotlight We are pleased to introduce KZ Racefurlers to the upffront.com website. Racing sailors will need little introduction, as KZ have been gracing the bows of grand prix race boats for almost 30 years. by Phil Anniss Posted 29 Jan 01:00 NZDT 2023 PWA IWT Unified Wave Tour 2023 PWA IWT Unified Wave Tour The biggest wave tour calendar in windsurfing history With over 40 events, across 30 countries, the 2023 PWA IWT Unified Wave Tour will create the largest single coordinated tour of windsurfing wave events, since humankind first put sail to board and took to the oceans! by International Windsurfing Tour Posted 29 Jan 00:52 NZDT Ocean currents and the Global Solo Challenge Ocean currents and the Global Solo Challenge Driven by a variety of factors, including wind, tides, and the Earth's rotation Ocean surface currents are the movement of water at the surface of the ocean. These currents are driven by a variety of factors, including wind, tides, and the Earth's rotation. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 29 Jan 00:16 NZDT Major windvane failure for GGR leader Simon Curwen Major windvane failure for GGR leader Simon Curwen After weathering the worst of a deep depression in 40 knots and 6-metre seas At 1815 UTC 27th January 1200 miles Northwest of Cape Horn, Simon Curwen contacted GGR control to advise of the total failure of his Hydrovane steering gear. by Golden Globe Race Posted 28 Jan 23:43 NZDT Cup Spy Jan 25: Kiwis battle the rough stuff Cup Spy Jan 25: Kiwis battle the rough stuff American Magics's Tom Slingsby on American Magic. Kiwis test the white water. Emirates Team New Zealand launches two AC-40's and runs into a 20-25kt breeze and confused sea state off North Head. Tom Slingsby gives an objective assessment of his new team American Magic. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-world.com/nz Posted 28 Jan 22:20 NZDT 18ft Skiff Australian Championship Races 3 & 4 18ft Skiff Australian Championship Races 3 & 4 Producing some of the best, action-packed, speed sailing for the spectators Races 3 and 4 of Australian 18ft Skiff Championship were conducted over two windward-leeward courses in NE winds which ranged between 10 and 22 knots on Sydney Harbour today and produced some of the best, action-packed, speed sailing for the spectators. by Frank Quealey Posted 28 Jan 20:59 NZDT Festival of Sails Day 3 Festival of Sails Day 3 Tricky conditions fool some - but not all Day 3 at the Festival of Sails was a hot one with breeze up and down and from all directions, the wind turning south with more pressure after most were ashore by Di Pearson/Festival of Sails Posted 28 Jan 19:34 NZDT 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 1 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami Day 1 Ed Wright opens with two bullets The 2010 Finn world champion Ed Wright, from Britain, has taken the early lead at the 2023 Finn Gold Cup in Miami, USA, after winning both races on the opening day at Coconut Grove Sailing Club. by Robert Deaves Posted 28 Jan 18:59 NZDT iQFOiL Lanzarote International Games day 4 iQFOiL Lanzarote International Games day 4 Big finale on the cards The penultimate day of racing on the waters of the Canary Islands finished with all the scheduled races completed once again. The top 10 will compete at the Medal Series. by Media Lanzarote Sailing Center Posted 28 Jan 13:30 NZDT Festival of Sails Day 3 Festival of Sails Day 3 A classic legend returns to Victoria Any yachting enthusiast worth their money would remember Victorian yachting legend, Lou Abrahams and Vittoria, the Sparkman and Stephens yacht he commissioned to replace his first offshore racing yacht, Odin. by Di Pearson/Festival of Sails Posted 28 Jan 11:50 NZDT Cold, wet and challenging Golden Globe Race Cold, wet and challenging Golden Globe Race Simon Curwen 1200 miles to Cape Horn as first gales sweep across It's a long way to Les Sables d'Olonne, France and new challenges continue to mount for the remaining GGR sailors in unexpected ways. Simon Curwen is holding the lead by a good margin, but anything can happen. by Golden Globe Race Posted 28 Jan 05:00 NZDT Youth Sailing Worlds 2023 & 2024 venues announced Youth Sailing Worlds 2023 & 2024 venues announced Events set for Armação dos Búzios, Brazil and Lake Garda, Italy World Sailing is excited to announce that the host venue of the 2023 Youth Sailing World Championships will be the coastal resort town of Armação dos Búzios, Brazil, and the 2024 edition is being planned for Lake Garda, Italy. by World Sailing Posted 28 Jan 04:56 NZDT
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