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70 years of going Dutch
by Dougal Henshall
The UK's part in the history of the Flying Dutchman Since the early 1950s the Flying Dutchman has been one of the pinnacles of performance sailing. What though is the secret behind this amazing and often ground-breaking boat?
Posted on 26 Nov
And thank you very much…
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World
It all started with an announcement that there would be no less than eight model launches... Been a big year for Maritimo. It started with an announcement that there would be no less than eight model launches or announcements during the course of 2021
Posted on 26 Nov
AC37 Protocol published, TJV, Skiff/Nacra Worlds
by David Schmidt
David Schmidt's newsletter with the latest from the sailing world Given the “time soup” that the world seems to have collectively entered since the start of the pandemic, you're forgiven if the 36th America's Cup (March, 2021) seems like ages ago. That said, the wheels of motion never cease in the AC world.
Posted on 23 Nov
Interview with PowerUP Energy Technologies CEO
by Mark Jardine
We speak to Dr. Ivar Kruusenberg at METSTRADE 2021 Mark Jardine, Managing Editor of Sail-World.com, talks to Dr. Ivar Kruusenberg, CEO and founder of PowerUP Energy Technologies, at METSTRADE 2021 to find out more about their fuel cell generators which use pure hydrogen gas as fuel.
Posted on 22 Nov
Iron Topsail
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
Often it's simply just, The Smelly. Yes. The humble auxiliary... Often it's simply just, The Smelly. Yes. The humble auxiliary... Without it we'd be lost, and yet it can be treated with such disdain. One question could well be, for how much longer?
Posted on 21 Nov
METSTRADE 2021: SHOCK-WBV and Omega
by Mark Jardine
We speak to Daniel Henderson and see a slow-motion demonstration of Omega in action! Mark Jardine chats to Sea Sure's Daniel Henderson about the SHOCK-WBV and Omega shock mitigation units, with a slow-motion demonstration of Omega.
Posted on 18 Nov
New at METSTRADE 2021 - Barton Marine's SkyDock
by Mark Jardine
Looking to safely store a dinghy or other items high in your garage loft? Looking to safely store a dinghy or other items high in your garage loft? Barton Marine may have the answer with SkyDock! Mark Jardine speaks to Christian Brewer to find out more...
Posted on 17 Nov
First look at METS 21: Scanstrut Flip Pro and Nest
by Mark Jardine
Bringing new levels of power and convenience to charging your phone and other devices on your boat Mark Jardine chats with Grant Fox, Marketing Manager at Scanstrut, about two of their new products, Flip Pro and Nest, bringing new levels of power and convenience to charging your phone and other devices on your boat.
Posted on 16 Nov
Why METS matters
by Mark Jardine
It's an odd thing taking a flight into a country which is in lockdown It's an odd thing taking a flight into a country which is in lockdown. Some would regard it as foolhardy, some plain stupid, others brave and the full range in-between. For better or for worse that's exactly what I've done and I'm now in Amsterdam.
Posted on 15 Nov
For the sheer joy of it - part II
by John Curnow, Global Editor, SailWorldCruising.com
We're ready to roll with more of the story of the stunning J/45 We're ready to roll with Part II of the story of the stunning J/45. Before we do that, a big thank you to everyone who has read the first instalment, and provided their thoughts, input, and feedback.
Posted on 11 Nov
Dave Doucett on the M32 World Championship 2021
by David Schmidt
Set to unfurl on the waters off of Miami, Florida, from November 15-21 I checked in Dave Doucett, director of the M32 class in North America, via email, to learn more about the M32 World Championship 2021.
Posted on 11 Nov
Not a movie. (As yet…)
by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World
Inception was a very good flick, indeed... Inception was a very good flick, indeed... However, our target today is the Inception 24 from Bury Design.
Posted on 9 Nov
TJV begins, TOR announces Southern Ocean leg
by David Schmidt
TJV kicks off its 15th edition, TOR announces monster Southern Ocean leg The 15th edition of the classic Transat Jacques Vabre for Ultim and Ocean Fifty trimarans and IMOCA 60 and Class 40 monohulls began on Sunday off of Sainte-Adresse, France, and is taking the 79-strong fleet to a finishing line off of Antigua.
Posted on 9 Nov
Talbot Wilson on the 2021 Bushwacker Cup
by David Schmidt
An interview with Talbot Wilson on the 2021 Melges 24 Bushwacker Cup I checked in with Talbot Wilson, marketing and publicity officer for the 2021 Bushwacker Cup, via email, to learn more about this exciting One Design regatta.
Posted on 9 Nov
The brochure
by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS
I had a smile. It was a bit wry, for sure, but still a decent smile, none the less. This one image from Crosbie and Dale Lorimer started the thought. They were out on Sydney Harbour for the start of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's Flinders Islet race on the weekend.
Posted on 8 Nov
Donna Sue Marks on the 2021 Fall Foil Racing Regat
by David Schmidt
An interview with Donna Sue Marks on the 2021 Fall Foil Racing Regatta I checked in with Donna Sue Marks, Regatta Chairperson and Race Officer of the 2021 Fall Foil Regatta, and a few of her friends, via email, to learn more about this exciting event.
Posted on 4 Nov
Simon Fisher on the JV and shorthanded sailing
by David Schmidt
An interview with Simon Fisher on the 2021 Transat Jacques Vabre and shorthanded sailing I checked in with Simon Fisher, co-skipper of 11th Hour Racing's Alaka'i and a recent convert to shorthanded sailing, via email, to learn more about his move from fully crewed sailing to double-handed sailing and his 2021 Transat Jacques Vabre campaign.
Posted on 3 Nov
Oceanic flying machines
by Mark Jardine
The Atlantic is buzzing with racing in November The Atlantic Ocean is buzzing with great races right now: the Mini Transat fleet currently in the early stages of Leg 2 from La Palma and the amateur builds of the McIntyre Adventure Globe 5.80 Transat starting from Lagos, Portugal on Monday.
Posted on 2 Nov
Edward Wolfe on the 2021 IOM Harvest Moon Regatta
by David Schmidt
David Schmidt checks in with the regatta chair I checked in with Edward Wolfe, regatta chair of the 2021 IOM Harvest Moon Regatta, via email, to learn more about this event and the world of RC sailboat racing.
Posted on 2 Nov
Interview with Hyde Sails' Ben McGrane
by Mark Jardine
A life-long sailor and champion at national and world level in many classes Ben McGrane is a life-long sailor and champion at national and world level in many classes. With wide experience within the industry, he has recently joined Hyde Sails as the new One Design Manager.
Posted on 29 Oct
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