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    Published on 03-18-2017 12:09 PM
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    The pursuit classes at the Bucket enjoyed mild conditions today for their kick-off race in St. Barths, with mostly 15-16 knots of breezes and a manageable sea state prevailing on a 19.5 - 23.9 nm course that circled the island in a counter-clockwise direction. WinWin, Ganesha, Wisp, Perseus^3, and Q were all winners today, giving them a leg up on three races scheduled for each ...
    Published on 03-17-2017 12:00 PM
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    A Good Day to be an Old J: Velsheda Tops her Newer Counterparts

    Velsheda’s clean, smart start at the race committee end of the line this morning foreshadowed her brilliant performance to come over the rest of the race and the day, as the J Class started its Bucket Regatta series and chalked up two windward-leeward (twice around) races in a testing breeze of 15-22 knots. Winning the J Class’s Kings Hundred Guinea Cup, a coveted trophy ...
    Published on 03-16-2017 04:45 PM
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    By Danny Boyle & Olivia Rudgard / THe Telegraph

    British deckhand, 18, dies after falling from mast of luxury yacht she was cleaning 'when ropes came undone'.

    A British teenager has died after falling from the mast of a luxury yacht she was cleaning in Jamaica when the ropes are said to have come undone. ...
    Published on 03-15-2017 09:12 AM
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    A record fleet of six J Class yachts are in the throes of their final tuning and training sessions in preparation for racing at the Saint Barths Bucket regatta starting on Thursday.

    The chic Caribbean Superyacht regatta is well known for its heady blend of hard, but fun racing, encompassing a diet of passages around the marks and rocky islets which surround Saint Barthelemy, and the sophisticated apres racing social scene.

    But ...
    Published on 03-03-2017 02:32 PM
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    Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands. 2nd March 2017.

    Bright, blustery conditions and plenty of breeze made the first race day of the Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean 2017 one to remember. The fleet took to the starting line just off Necker Island this morning as scheduled and shot off on a breathtaking ...
    Published on 03-03-2017 01:02 PM
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    With two classes decided by countback and a third won by half a point, intense competitive racing was the order of the day for the Gill Commodore’s Cup. Pewter skies and a viscous rain squall preceded the start of racing. 20 knots of solid trade winds, with bullets of pressure firing up the wind speed, it was an exciting day of racing for a record fleet of 89 yachts. The feisty weather soon ...
    Published on 02-28-2017 08:42 AM
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    Captain s Log Ocean Date-Tues 28th Feb 17'
    "A tale of shifting paradigms, Cabin Fever, the "Squall Rider", bump & grind, the search for the endangered Gold Monkey & the return of the mighty Stripe! "

    82 days at sea alone
    210NM paddled over the last 4 days. Avg-52NM p/day.
    430NM remaining to Antigua
    Approximate Finish ETA 8/9th March

    2.5 months ago i never thought of having over two million people follow me on this epic journey and read my Captains log posts. I didn't think I would be getting personal inspiring messages from my greatest heroes and inspiration's of whom had never met..One from the world's leading entrepreneur, adventurer's and ...