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America's Cup: I name thee 'Britannia'! America's Cup: I name thee 'Britannia'! INEOS Britannia have formally christened their America's Cup Challenger 'Britannia' INEOS Britannia have formally christened their America's Cup Challenger 'Britannia' in a short ceremony at the team's base in Barcelona. by Sail-World.com/NZ Posted 18 May 03:38 PDT World Sailing Transgender Participation Policy World Sailing Transgender Participation Policy The World Sailing Council has voted to adopt new eligibility rules for transgender athletes World Sailing Council has voted to adopt new eligibility rules for transgender athletes at the federation's 2024 Mid Year Meeting. by World Sailing Posted 17 May 23:33 PDT Cup Spy May 16: AC75s struggle to foil in seaway Cup Spy May 16: AC75s struggle to foil in seaway Thursday session was not hugely productive in actual sailing time compared to time on the water The US and British teams sailed on Thursday in a session that was not hugely productive in actual sailing time compared to time on the water. The issue lay in a storm - with thunder and lightning - that didn't hit the teams, but certainly affected them. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 17 May 18:05 PDT Paris 2024 U.S. Olympic Sailing team roster Paris 2024 U.S. Olympic Sailing team roster The 13 sailors who will represeent the United States has been finalized US Sailing has confirmed the names of the 13 sailors who will represent the United States at the Paris Olympic Games this coming July and August in Marseille, France. by US Sailing Team Posted 17 May 16:54 PDT 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 4 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 4 Multiple pile-up in women's fleet Perhaps one of the reasons why reigning World Champions Max Maeder and Lauriane Nolot manage to win so many races is because they have enough speed to stay out of trouble. by IKA Media / Andy Rice Posted 17 May 11:42 PDT Regata dei Tre Golfi offshore sets sail Regata dei Tre Golfi offshore sets sail 69th edition signals the start of the IMA Maxi Europeans The 69th edition of the Circolo del Remo e della Vela Italia's offshore race, the Regata dei Tre Golfi sets sail this afternoon (Friday, 17 May) at 1635 from Naples' Porticciolo di Santa Lucia. by James Boyd / International Maxi Association Posted 17 May 07:46 PDT Seldén Mast's latest Race GRIP winch handle Seldén Mast's latest Race GRIP winch handle Incorporating an innovative and logical solution to the locking mechanism Swedish marine equipment manufacturer Seldén Mast is pleased to announce its latest series of patented Race GRIP winch handles, which have been designed to offer a more practical solution to the locking mechanism for a more seamless sailing experience. by Seldén Mast Posted 17 May 06:30 PDT Steering the Course 2024 Steering the Course 2024 Shining the spotlight on pathways to the Olympics for women in sailing This year's Steering the Course, World Sailing's global women's sailing festival, kicks off today with the spotlight firmly focused on the Olympic pathways available in coaching, officiating and sports administration. by World Sailing Posted 17 May 06:07 PDT The 5 Minute Warning The 5 Minute Warning Andy Rice & Matt Sheahan's 5min racing update This week PlanetSail's Matt Sheahan tracks down Sailjuice's Andy Rice to a beach in Hyères, south of France, for the Formula Kite World Championships. It's the last big event for the kiteboarders before they make their Olympic debut in Marseille. by PlanetSail Posted 17 May 03:58 PDT Oliver Heer finishes 25th IMOCA in the Transat CIC Oliver Heer finishes 25th IMOCA in the Transat CIC “I went through a nightmare” It was with a huge measure of relief that the Swiss German solo skipper Oliver Heer brought his Transat CIC solo race across the North Atlantic from Lorient to New York to a satisfactory conclusion Thursday at 22:19:32hrs UTC, finishing in 25th place. by The Transat CIC Posted 17 May 02:22 PDT Top competitors return for Women's Championship Top competitors return for Women's Championship The inaugural edition was a success on many levels The inaugural edition of the New York Yacht Club Women's Championship for the Joan H. Towse Trophy, sailed in late June of 2022, was a success on many levels. by New York Yacht Club Posted 16 May 16:52 PDT Loads of amenity - Goes like a cut cat Loads of amenity - Goes like a cut cat As the first Cure 55 steps closer to being splashed it looked more like a Purosangue to me As the first Cure 55 steps ever closer to being splashed, I could not help thinking that it was a lot like the Ferrari Purosangue. More space than your typical two-seat hypercar, yet with the punch to dispatch distances and pretenders with complete ease. by John Curnow, Global Editor, SailWorldCruising.com Posted 16 May 16:00 PDT 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 3 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 3 "Max is not a robot, he's human" Opportunities to beat Max Maeder don't come along very often, so Valentin Bontus seized his moment on day three of the Formula Kite World Championship in Hyères in the sunny south of France. by IKA Media / Andy Rice Posted 16 May 13:11 PDT Worrell 1000 Race 2024 Legs 3 & 4 Worrell 1000 Race 2024 Legs 3 & 4 The Ocean is a Sleeping Giant… For those who are familiar with the history of the Worrell 1000, they know this race has claimed many boats, bones & pride. The quote "The ocean is a sleeping giant..." started a post-race story by Bud Zimmerman in 1976, the Race Coordinator of that time. by Beverley J Simmons Posted 16 May 12:48 PDT Get out your Sailing Gear! Get out your Sailing Gear! MySail has Landed on the Shores of the USA The weather is starting to heat up across the United States and so is the 2024 sailing season. For keen sailors, especially those not lucky enough to have year-round sailing options, the start of the season is always an eagerly awaited time of year. by MySail Posted 16 May 10:00 PDT Purchase Systems and Mechanical Advantage Purchase Systems and Mechanical Advantage The Ultimate Guide as Allen break down the nitty-gritty In this guide, we're breaking down the nitty-gritty of purchase systems, from the straightforward simplicity of the "simple" system to the power-packed intricacy of the "compound" system. by Allen Posted 16 May 08:04 PDT Quantum Melges 24 Great Lakes Cup Series kicks off Quantum Melges 24 Great Lakes Cup Series kicks off 4-part regatta series tailor-made for the iconic sportboat Title sponsor Quantum Sails and the U.S. Melges 24 Class Association (USM24CA) are ready to usher in the 2024 Great Lakes Cup racing series for a fourth exciting year. by U.S. Melges 24 Class Association Posted 16 May 08:02 PDT Cup Spy May 15: Swiss get worked over Cup Spy May 15: Swiss get worked over Two teams sailed on Wednesday out of Barcelona in a funky breeze and a squirrely seastate Two teams sailed on Wednesday out of Barcelona in a funky breeze and a squirrely seastate. The US team's session was called up short after a jib traveller issue. The Swiss stayed out for 4.5hrs in challenging conditions. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 16 May 07:38 PDT Route to the Global Solo Challenge 2027-2028 Route to the Global Solo Challenge 2027-2028 The cold temperatures of the deep South are finally well behind Louis Robein Louis Robein, the last competitor still at sea in the Global Solo Challenge 2023-2024, has reached the latitude of Rio De Janeiro but most notably, today, has crossed the Tropic of Capricorn. by Marco Nannini / Global Solo Challenge Posted 16 May 07:03 PDT IMOCA Class Sailor Profile: Sam Goodchild IMOCA Class Sailor Profile: Sam Goodchild Who is this modest 34-year-old Englishman? In the history of the IMOCA Class there have been few skippers who have completed a debut year to rival that of Sam Goodchild, who achieved five consecutive podium finishes in his first five races and became the 2023 IMOCA Globe Series Champion. by TR Racing Posted 16 May 03:27 PDT 2024 Porto Montenegro Match Race 2024 Porto Montenegro Match Race Participants faced off in thrilling naval battles aboard J70 yachts The Porto Montenegro Match Race is a world-renowned nautical event that combines the excitement of sports competition with the beauty of the Mediterranean. by Match Race Posted 16 May 01:26 PDT Emirates Team NZ Store: FREE America's Cup Cap Emirates Team NZ Store: FREE America's Cup Cap Get a FREE AC37 CAP with EVERY order. 1 cap per order before May 17, 2024 To celebrate 100 days left to the start of the America's Cup regattas on August 22, 2024, you automatically get a free AC37 Cap with every Emirates Team New Zealand clothing order made before May 17, 2024 at 2359hrs GMT. by Matt Buckland Posted 15 May 18:31 PDT 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 2 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 2 Poema gets her mojo back After a catastrophic opening day of her Formula Kite World Championship in Hyères, local competitor Poema Newland roared back on day two with three wins from four races. by IKA Media / Andy Rice Posted 15 May 13:57 PDT Something to Smile and Wave about Something to Smile and Wave about The 2024 Melges 24 North American Sailing Series is almost to the halfway mark The current frontrunner, Jaime Torres, commands the leaderboard racing the formidable Smile and Wave, just slightly ahead of Midwinter Champion Steve Boho on The 300, and Bacardi Winter Series Champion Bora Gulari racing Kingspoke. by U.S. Melges 24 Class Association Posted 15 May 08:50 PDT Cup Spy May 14: A dull day at the races Cup Spy May 14: A dull day at the races In Barcelona Alinghi Red Bull Racing squeezed in an hour of foiling, before the wind died Two teams sailed on Tuesday. In Barcelona Alinghi Red Bull Racing squeezed in an hour of foiling, before the grey skies turned to rain, and killed the wind. In Auckland Emirates Team New Zealand also sailed under grey skies and a fading breeze. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 15 May 06:05 PDT Doyle Sails achieve sustainability Gold mark Doyle Sails achieve sustainability Gold mark Doyle Sails achieve sustainability certification, based on globally recognized ISO 14001 standard in May 2024, Doyle Sails NZ have attained the Toitu Enviromark Gold accreditation. This significant achievement validates Doyle Sails ongoing endeavours to minimize our environmental impact but also underscores our dedication to continuous improvement. by Doyle Sails Posted 14 May 21:00 PDT 100 days until start of America's Cup 100 days until start of America's Cup Six teams from six nations will contest the Louis Vuitton America's Cup Six teams from six nations will contest the Louis Vuitton America's Cup. Twelve teams from 12 nations will contest the UniCredit Youth America's Cup and the inaugural Puig Women's America's Cup. by America's Cup Media Posted 14 May 16:22 PDT Guests experience SailGP up close Guests experience SailGP up close At immersive New York preview event More than 200 special guests came together last night to celebrate the countdown to New York City's racing event of the summer, the Mubadala New York Sail Grand Prix (June 22-23). by SailGP Posted 14 May 15:51 PDT J/70 World Championships reaches entry limit J/70 World Championships reaches entry limit 99 pre-registered teams for Palma, with 30 on the waiting list With under two weeks to go until the registration deadline for the J/70 World Championships, the competition's entry list has reached the maximum number of entries as established by the organizing committee (99 pre-registered teams). by J70 Worlds Media Posted 14 May 14:50 PDT The Vendée Globe switches to American time The Vendée Globe switches to American time The New York Vendée Les Sables d'Olonne will set sail in 15 days time The last qualifying and selection race for the solo round the world race, the New York Vendée Les Sables d'Olonne, will set sail in 15 days time, on 29 May, at 20h00 French time. by Vendee Globe Media Posted 14 May 12:50 PDT 11th Hour Racing sponsors IMOCA 11th Hour Racing sponsors IMOCA To further advance sustainability and diversity in offshore racing 11th Hour Racing announced today it will join forces with the International Monohull Open Class Association (IMOCA) to drive sustainable innovation and support opportunities for female sailors within competitive sailing. by 11th Hour Racing Team Posted 14 May 11:38 PDT 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 1 2024 Formula Kite Worlds in Hyères, France Day 1 Reigning Champions fly ahead of the chaos The defending champions emerged mostly unscathed from an opening day of puffy and gusty conditions at the 2024 Formula Kite World Championships in Hyères in the South of France. by IKA Media / Andy Rice Posted 14 May 11:04 PDT Worrell 1000 Race 2024 Day 1 Worrell 1000 Race 2024 Day 1 Racing underway from Hollywood Beach, Florida The 23rd running of the world-famous Worrell 1000 extreme, distance catamaran race got under way Sunday, May 12th in Hollywood Beach Florida. by Beverley J Simmons Posted 14 May 11:02 PDT Perseverance is Clarisse Crémer's middle name Perseverance is Clarisse Crémer's middle name Back racing hard in The Transat CIC and today is some 700 miles from the finish line After a strong, solid start to the Transat CIC, Clarisse Crémer suffered damage to the J3 bulkhead of her L'Occitaine en Provence on May 1st which required her to divert 500 miles to the Azores for five days whilst her technical team completed repairs. by The Transat CIC Posted 14 May 10:03 PDT Restive is an Alden 50 built by Brooklin Boat Yard Restive is an Alden 50 built by Brooklin Boat Yard Objective: Win the Bermuda Race Last year, Rob McAlpine and his Restive were winning the Bermuda Race when he was forced to make a call and turn around. His sail track was coming off the mast, so he decided to call it. He wasn't deterred, though. He just resolved to come back in 2024. by Brooklin Boat Yard Posted 14 May 09:15 PDT US Sailing and USA Swimming join forces US Sailing and USA Swimming join forces To promote National Water Safety Days US Sailing and USA Swimming are thrilled to announce their collaboration in promoting National Water Safety Days on May 14th and May 15th. by US Sailing Posted 14 May 08:30 PDT James Clarkson on the 2024 I14 Nationals James Clarkson on the 2024 I14 Nationals A Q&A with James Clarkson on the 2024 International 14 U.S. Nationals Sail-World checked in with James Clarkson, president of the International 14 class, via email, to learn more about this high-level skiff regatta. by David Schmidt Posted 14 May 08:00 PDT Cup Spy May 13: USA makes a benchmark Cup Spy May 13: USA makes a benchmark Light airs may have prevailed in Barcelona. We have the latest gear developments from two teams American Magic and Alinghi Red Bull Racing made the best they could of the breeze available in Barcelona, but it was not sufficient for serious testing. See our new feature "Photos of Interest" spotted by the AC37 Joint Recon teams. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 14 May 04:42 PDT Formula Kite World Championships preview Formula Kite World Championships preview 125 competitors from 36 nations and every continent represented The 2024 Formula Kite World Championships are about to get under way in Hyères in the South of France. Taking place from 13 to 19 May, this is the last big regatta before kiteboarding makes its Olympic debut at Paris 2024 less than three months from now. by Andy Rice Posted 14 May 03:18 PDT Rooster launches 2024 Wetsuit Collection Rooster launches 2024 Wetsuit Collection Built to elevate your water adventures Rooster® is thrilled to introduce its latest wetsuit range, setting new benchmarks in comfort, performance, and durability for watersport enthusiasts. Dinghy sailing stands as the core focus of this range, with versatility across various disciplines. by Rooster Posted 14 May 01:00 PDT
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