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    Published on 07-18-2019 10:17 AM
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    Super Fast Quantum Racing Are On Song in Cascais Wind and Waves

    (Thursday 18th July, Cascais) – After a disappointing Puerto Sherry regatta last month when they finished seventh overall, their worst regatta result in the history of the world’s leading grand prix monohull circuit, Quantum Racing are on fire in the big winds and waves of the Atlantic off Cascais and lead the third regatta of the season by six points.

    The 2018 52 SUPER SERIES conclusively won the first race today at the Cascais 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week, at one point over 500 metres ahead of second while racing in winds of more than 25kts and surfing to a new speed record for the boat of over 25kts.
    Published on 07-18-2019 08:09 AM
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    Argo First to Finish in Transpac 50

    HONOLULU, HAWAII - After a slow initial start on Saturday, Jason Carroll and his team of Chad Corning, Thierry Fouchier, Anderson Reggio, Alister Richardson and Brian Thompson were able to push their MOD 70 trimaran Argo into the lead among two other rival MOD 70's in this year's 50th edition of the ...
    Published on 07-17-2019 03:10 PM
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    The 0700 HST Position Tracker (http://yb.tl/transpac2019#) shows the wild advancement the Mod 70's have made with Argo just 12-13 hours away from the finish
    when adding the 6 hours which have passed since this screen shot was taken. They have been smoking the course with 506 nm consumed in the past 24 hours
    with speed in the very high 20's. Power Play lays about 50 nm behind and Maserati nearly 200 nm behind. Comanche has made her way to the front of monohulls and should break the 500nm
    mark ...
    Published on 07-17-2019 09:53 AM
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    Jason Carroll's Mod 70 broke through the 500nm mark at 0200 HST after a 493 nm 24 hour run!

    Expected in during the wee hours tomorrow, 03:25

    Day 5 Morning Check In
    Published on 07-16-2019 03:15 PM
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    Huntington lake really showed off her beauty this year. A big snow year left spectacular views of snow-capped
    mountains set in the backdrop of the Sierra National Forest, with crystal clear cold water only the bravest dared to enjoy.

    images © Paul Dayone and Karl Robrock

    Day one gave ...
    Published on 07-16-2019 12:42 PM
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    The Mod 70's, lead by Jason Carroll's Argo have emerged as new front runners, devouring the 1st half of the course in 2.5 days,
    despite the very light wind at the start. Pressure looks great for the next few days and landfall for Argo and Powerplay are on the 18th,
    With Comanche arriving the 19th and Rio 100 on the 20th before the floodgate opens this weekend when finish-palooza will ensue!

    Rio 100 leads Division 1 by 6 hours ...
    Published on 07-16-2019 09:17 AM

    Upon their return to Marina del Rey, the skippers of the Santa Cruz 70 OEX (John Sangmeister) and the Andrews 70 Pyewacket ...
    Published on 07-15-2019 11:53 AM
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    We have compression and commingling between fleets now as Friday's starters are beginning to
    catch up to the Wednesday starters and some of the Saturday maxi's and Multi's are just blowing right through.
    More attrition as two sled crews are headed back to mainland on Pyewacket, which took on the refugees
    on OEX as you no doubt by now have heard. The wind hole that held most of Saturdays starters off Catalina
    is no just a bad memories and the entire fleet is enjoying water moving under their keels.... ...
    Published on 07-15-2019 09:45 AM

    Just in from Maserati which forwarded images of damages sustained in last nights collision.
    They are apparently continuing toward Hawaii, at a more modest pace.

    MaseratiMulti70’s damaged bow and rudder’s ...
    Published on 07-15-2019 09:10 AM
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    12 Metre World Championship:
    World Titles Claimed in Four Divisions
    NEWPORT, R.I. (July 13, 2019) – It couldn’t have been any more exciting on the fifth and final day of the 2019 12 Metre World Championship hosted by Ida Lewis Yacht Club and organized by the International Twelve Metre Association’s (ITMA) Americas Fleet. With Nyala (US-12) having clinched her series early in the Vintage Division after a sweep of yesterday’s two races, it came down to today’s single race to determine World Champions in Grand Prix, Modern and Traditional Divisions. ...
    Published on 07-15-2019 07:11 AM
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    FLASH NEWS – July 15th, 2019

    Maserati Multi 70 collided with a big floating object during the Transpac

    Left side hull’s bow and rudder’s wing are damaged

    Giovanni Soldini and Maserati Multi 70, at 4.30 UTC on Monday July 15th, while sailing at 23-24 knots, collided with a big ...
    Published on 07-14-2019 04:41 PM
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    The 50th Anniversary Edition of the Transpac is well underway with all fleet departed and 6 boats retired at this point.
    There is a massive parking lot that has ruined the start for most of Saturdays starters, with the exception of the Multi 70's
    and the two 100' Supermaxi's. We are close to consolidation between the leaders of Fridays starters and the back of Wednesday
    starters. Boats in the front of the fleet are seeing 200nm plus 24 hour vmg and the Mod 70 Argo has seen 270nm vmg in last 24 hours!
    Sadly the majority of Div1 & 2 have barely made ...
    Published on 07-14-2019 08:32 AM
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    Big tussle with the landlord Saturday....

    Today will go down in history for Golden State Sportfishing as one of the best days ever!
    Published on 07-14-2019 08:08 AM
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    All boats away in Transpac 50

    LOS ANGELES, CA - With the breeze shifted far left in overcast skies due to a strong Catalina Eddy, the final wave of 24 monohulls and 4 multihulls in a record fleet of 90 yachts are now headed off the coast in the 50th edition of Transpacific Yacht Race, a biennial race to Honolulu organized by the Transpacific YC. These are the largest and fastest boats in ...
    Published on 07-13-2019 02:29 PM
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    On Saturday 7/13 we have two distinctive masses headed towards the Hawaiian Islands, the Friday starters
    have all reach the windline and are making good speed, 8+ to 11 knots as they dive south well below the rumbline.

    Some 300 nm ahead, give or take, the Wednesday fleet has seen e wind shift aft and the reaching kites begin to appear.
    This fleet is precariously close to a light air bubble that will linger through the weekend before dispersing and spreading then ...
    Published on 07-13-2019 09:45 AM
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    Peter Cunningham's Mod 70 PowerPlay departs today in the final push of yachts headed to Hawaii

    Video interview and all pics by Ronnie Simpson

    PowerPlay's crew Right to Left: Paul Allen, Loick Peyron, Charlie Ogletree, Peter Cunningham, ...
    Published on 07-13-2019 09:13 AM
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    Second wave heads west
    in Transpac 50

    LOS ANGELES, CA - In gray but clearing skies and a light building seabreeze, the second wave of monohull entries has left the start line set by race managers from the Transpacific YC here at Point Fermin to head towards a finish line awaiting them at Diamond Head in Honolulu 2225 miles away in this year's 50th edition of the Transpacific Yacht Race.

    Published on 07-12-2019 12:15 PM
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    As we near the 48 hours of racing, we look where we currently stand as well as future forecasts.
    The Wednesday starters have benefited from decent winds pushing them towards Mai Tai Landia with the
    exception of 2 Hobie 33's and one Cal 40 which have been forced to retire.

    In Division 6 The Farr 57' Ho okolohe Leads the division AND Line Honors AND Monhull Line Honors at the moment.
    Published on 07-11-2019 06:23 PM
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    NEWPORT, R.I. (July 11, 2019) – Two races in 11-14 knot breezes today proved that winning will be no easy task at the 2019 12 Metre World Championship hosted by Ida Lewis Yacht Club and organized by the International Twelve Metre Association’s (ITMA) Americas Fleet. Champions will be crowned in five divisions on Saturday after the completion of a nine-race series (weather permitting) that started on Tuesday in Newport, R.I. The fleet of 21 12 Metres from six nations sailed in the “upper Bay” north of the iconic Pell Bridge instead of “outside” on Rhode Island Sound where it was sailed for the first two days of ...
    Published on 07-11-2019 11:55 AM
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    (Note: all info disseminated from the 4 hour delayed chart info provided)

    In Division 6, 11 boats have reached a more consistent breeze, with Cecil and Alyson Rossi's Farr 57' Ho okolohe
    currently leading the mono and overall Line Honors doing 10.4 knots with 137nm under their belts, yet are corrected out by
    Scot Grealish's J-121 Blue Flash, with 122nm sailed. Currently ...

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