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Voyage to the Arctic Circle in 2023 Voyage to the Arctic Circle in 2023 Booking is now live for the 2023 SKIRR Adventures High Latitudes voyage Following an incredible inaugural expedition last year, booking is now live for the 2023 SKIRR Adventures High Latitudes voyage. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 29 Jan 10:18 GMT 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 08:37 GMT 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 06:11 GMT 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 05:40 GMT 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 03:54 GMT 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 28 Jan 22:02 GMT 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 28 Jan 17:01 GMT Young cancer survivors benefit from sailing Young cancer survivors benefit from sailing People's Postcode Lottery funding boost for Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust More than 500 young people living through and beyond cancer benefited from transformational Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust sailing and outdoor adventures last year thanks to a £450,000 award raised by players of People's Postcode Lottery. by Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust Posted 28 Jan 15:38 GMT 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 28 Jan 15:05 GMT M&S Marblehead Open GAMES 1 at Chipstead M&S Marblehead Open GAMES 1 at Chipstead A horrible wet, cold and windy Saturday morning All the participants were thanked by RO David Allinson for turning up at Chipstead on such a horrible wet, cold and windy Saturday morning. At 8am the rain was almost horizontal at times as gusts exceeding 30 mph whipped across the lake. by Roger Stollery Posted 28 Jan 14:58 GMT 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 28 Jan 13:58 GMT 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 28 Jan 13:48 GMT 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 28 Jan 12:00 GMT 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 28 Jan 11:52 GMT 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 28 Jan 11:16 GMT Supernova Nationals 2023 set for Paignton Supernova Nationals 2023 set for Paignton One of the largest single-handed nationals fleets the UK racing scene has to offer This year the Supernova Class visit Paignton for their three-day nationals on June 30th, July 1st, July 2nd. Entry is now open. by Matt Thursfield Posted 28 Jan 11:00 GMT 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 10:43 GMT 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 09:20 GMT Must-have Musto sailing accessories Must-have Musto sailing accessories Stay agile with lightweight trainers and ergonomic gloves Complete your sailing kit with technical accessories and footwear. Stay agile with lightweight trainers and ergonomic gloves. Protect yourself from the sun with an essential cap. And keep your valuables dry with a waterproof backpack. by Musto Posted 28 Jan 09:00 GMT 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 07:59 GMT 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 05:59 GMT 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 00:30 GMT Get set for the Carmela Cup Get set for the Carmela Cup Invitations are being accepted for the 2023 RYA Two-boat Keelboat Team Racing Championship Requests for invitations are now being accepted for the 2023 RYA Two-boat Keelboat Team Racing Championship for the Carmela Cup. by British Keelboat Sailing Posted 27 Jan 16:28 GMT 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 27 Jan 16:00 GMT 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 27 Jan 15:56 GMT Upping the ante for the 50th Rolex Fastnet Race Upping the ante for the 50th Rolex Fastnet Race James Boyd reviews some of the latest hardware built or acquired especially for this year's race Names on the Fastnet Challenge Cup include Jolie Brise, Dorade, Myth of Malham, Carina II, Pen Duick III, Condor, Nicorette, Morning Glory, Nokia, Rán 2, Night and Day, Courrier Du Leon and Lann Ael 2, plus the American VO70 Wizard and the Sunrise. by James Boyd / RORC Posted 27 Jan 13:09 GMT Find your perfect base layer with Rooster Find your perfect base layer with Rooster Base layers can make or break your experience Base layers can make or break your experience, but it's so important to select the correct material for your sport, weather conditions and personal preference. A common misconception is that the more layers the better, but this isn't always the case. by Rooster Posted 27 Jan 12:00 GMT The Ocean Race Leg 2: Cat and mouse game The Ocean Race Leg 2: Cat and mouse game Taking on a slow burn with the IMOCA fleet inching southwest towards the doldrums Lighter conditions doesn't mean easier racing as the IMOCA fleet finds itself constantly shifting gears, making sail changes and gybing as the teams zig-zag southwest towards the equator and the doldrums. by The Ocean Race Posted 27 Jan 11:59 GMT 2023 A's YouthFoil Europeans set for Rhodes 2023 A's YouthFoil Europeans set for Rhodes IKA and Surf and Kite Theologos are running a training camp where everyone is welcome The A's YouthFoil Europeans is scheduled from the 11th to the 15th of April at the Greek island of Rhodes, in the southeastern corner of the Mediterranean Sea. by International Kiteboarding Association Posted 27 Jan 11:41 GMT 18ft Skiff Australian Championship Races 1 & 2 18ft Skiff Australian Championship Races 1 & 2 Finport Finance start the event strongly on Sydney Harbour Racing on Day 1 of the 2022-23 Australian 18ft Skiff Championship was conducted over two two-lap windward-leeward courses in a 10-12 SSE wind on Sydney Harbour today and it was the new Finport Finance skiff which took the overall honours. by Frank Quealey Posted 27 Jan 09:10 GMT SailGP Technologies to repair Kiwi F50 SailGP Technologies to repair Kiwi F50 SailGP Technologies will repair complex damage on Kiwi F50 ready for Christchurch regatta The race continues to get New Zealand SailGP Team F50 Amokura back on the startline for the first SailGP regatta to be held in New Zealand - following a lightning strike on the second and final day of racing in Singapore. by Natalie Fortier Posted 27 Jan 08:52 GMT 44Cup returns to mainland Spain in 2023 44Cup returns to mainland Spain in 2023 Five events scheduled for what will be the 16th season of RC44 racing The 2023 season of the 44Cup has been unveiled, with five events scheduled for what will be the 16th season of racing between the high performance owner-driver one design monohulls. by 44Cup Posted 27 Jan 06:37 GMT 2023 ORCsy Rules and VPP now available 2023 ORCsy Rules and VPP now available Sophisticated system specifically designed for the racing of Superyachts The Offshore Racing Congress (ORC) is pleased to announce that its 2023 rules and VPP for the racing of Superyachts are now available. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 27 Jan 05:22 GMT 2023 Finn Gold Cup opens at Coconut Grove in Miami 2023 Finn Gold Cup opens at Coconut Grove in Miami It's been a long time in the planning and a dream for the Miami fleet for an even longer time It's been a long time in the planning and a dream for the Miami fleet for an even longer time, but finally the 2023 Finn Gold Cup has been opened at Coconut Grove Sailing Club as a single canon was fired on the dock at the club. by Robert Deaves Posted 27 Jan 02:06 GMT iQFOiL Lanzarote International Games day 3 iQFOiL Lanzarote International Games day 3 Sharon Kantor (ISR) new female leader, Sam Sills (GBR) #1 for 3rd day in a row The first event of 2023 for the new Olympic foiling windsurfing discipline reached its halfway point today with a change in the leadership of the women's fleet. by Media Lanzarote Sailing Center Posted 26 Jan 21:47 GMT Brunel Badger team racing Brunel Badger team racing 11 teams from as far away as Durham battle it out at Datchet Brunel University's Badger Team Racing competition took place at Datchet Water SC last Saturday. It was supposed to be a two day event, and there was sailing on Saturday in bright sunshine, but Sunday was very foggy and sailing was not possible. by UKTRA Posted 26 Jan 19:47 GMT FPT Awards public vote finals are on now FPT Awards public vote finals are on now Help us decide the best move of 2022 for both men and women The culmination of the 2022 FPT Awards is approaching steadily! On the 31st of January at 20:00 CET we will celebrate the best that Freestyle Windsurfing had on offer in 2022. by Freestyle Pro Tour Posted 26 Jan 19:29 GMT Flush Mount Deck Plates launched by Barton Marine Flush Mount Deck Plates launched by Barton Marine Available with three different internal thread sizes (M8, M10 & M12) Fresh for 2023 is a new range of Flush Mount Deck Plates from sailing equipment manufacturer Barton Marine. The Deck Plates are available with three different internal thread sizes (M8, M10 & M12) either with an included fixing eye, or without. by Barton Marine Posted 26 Jan 16:00 GMT Champions prepare for 8th Rolex Invitational Cup Champions prepare for 8th Rolex Invitational Cup A biennial regatta hosted by the New York Yacht Club The 7th edition of the Rolex NYYC Invitational Cup, held in September 2021, had nearly everything a great one-design regatta should have: tremendous competitors, a polished race committee, fabulous sailing conditions and evenly matched boats. by Stuart Streuli, New York Yacht Club Posted 26 Jan 15:45 GMT Caribbean talent at St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Caribbean talent at St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Headline performance by International-Reggae breakthrough artist Koffee International-Reggae breakthrough artist Koffee - to headline for the 43rd St. Maarten Heineken Regatta. by St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Posted 26 Jan 15:39 GMT
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