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    Published on 03-29-2017 04:39 PM
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    Boris Herrmann has just acquired the IMOCA monohull Edmond de Rothschild, currently in the hands of Sébastien Josse and Gitana team. The 35-year old German has been dreaming of taking part in the next edition of the Vendée Globe in 2020 and this ...
    Published on 03-29-2017 01:30 PM
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    Young Olympic Talent Emerging, Earning Their Time in the Sun

    28 March 2017

    A perfect day of three wins in the 49er FX fleet sees Germany’s Victoria Jurczok and Anika Lorenz sitting 30 points clear at the head of the Women’s Skiff class after nine races at Mallorca’s Trofeo Princesa Sofía IBEROSTAR

    Club Nàutic S'Arenal
    49er FX - Victoria Jurczok and Anika Lorenz (GER)
    In Zamami on the Kerama Islands where they sail, ...
    Published on 03-29-2017 11:24 AM
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    Royal Huisman launched Ngoni today, the 58m / 190ft sloop which was introduced as The Beast during the Monaco Yacht Show of 2014.
    The all-aluminium yacht has an exterior design and naval architecture ...
    Published on 03-28-2017 05:58 PM
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    1st images coming in now from the damage done by Cyclone Debbie in Queensland Australia...


    AUTHORITIES are trying to get drinking water and food to areas devastated by Cyclone Debbie, as tourists tell of being desperate to get out.

    More than 63,000 homes are without power, including in Mackay, Sarina, Airlie Beach and Proserpine and people stranded in the region have been told to expect more heavy rain and power shortages for days.

    Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said there was a lot of structural damage across the Whitsundays and the government was prioritising getting water to Daydream Island, where about 200 holiday-makers and 100 staff are running short.

    Efforts were ...
    Published on 03-28-2017 01:58 PM
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    From a funky first day of racing when the promising solid morning breeze evaporated to become difficult, shifty and unsettled and then disappeared, it was a return to business as usual for the second day of competition at the 48th edition of the Trofeo Princesa Sofía IBEROSTAR regatta.
    The Bay of Palma was blessed by the reliable light Embat sea breeze which filled in on cue to keep the 10 classes racing on, or close to schedule.

    Published on 03-28-2017 12:14 PM
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    Kurt Hoehne's Sailish.com write up
    on the grand finale of the Center Sound Series season ending finale: The Three Tree Point Regatta

    all photos © Jan's Marine Pix

    CYC’s Center Sound Series wrapped up with a gorgeous Three Tree Point Race on Saturday. The course, however, didn’t ever get near Three Tree Point as it was shortened to Shilshole-Alki-Meadowpoint-finish. The southerly stayed in the 12-16 ...
    Published on 03-28-2017 09:15 AM
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    Well Mexico. What a place. I can't see why Trump gets so worked up. The weather is amazing, the kiting is amazing, the food is amazing and the speed limits are ignored. Being a bit of a woos I started the first race yesterday on my 13m R1V2 in about 12 knots. By the end it was about 7 knots so after finishing it was into the beach to change up to the 17. By beach I mean lovely sandy beach just by the race area. Oh and about 27 deg incase you were wondering.

    Plus the sand does not get too hot. Race 2 went much better being ...
    Published on 03-27-2017 02:43 PM
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    Portsmouth, RI (March 27, 2017) – US Sailing, the national governing body for the sport, has named 18 Olympic-class athletes to the 2017 US Sailing Team. The national team is selected annually and is comprised of the top sailors competing in the events selected for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

    The roster is assembled from a combination of sailors who qualified based on results in January at World Cup Series Miami 2017, and additional accomplished athletes who receive discretionary selection from the Chief of U.S. Olympic Sailing, ...
    Published on 03-27-2017 02:14 PM
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    For many of the 833 sailors racing at the Trofeo Princesa Sofía IBEROSTAR opening day of what is effectively the start of the new four year Olympic cycle of European regattas brings a unique excitement. For the seasoned campaigners who made it to Rio, and for those who didn't, being back in their boat, fully engaged in the white heat of competition, racing on the renowned Bay of Palma is the perfect reminder of the enduring appeal of Olympic class racing. Indeed, for the majority, ...
    Published on 03-27-2017 10:37 AM
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    You recall the Salvage At Saba last week
    when a yacht was pulled off the rocks off St Maarten. The aftermath is pretty painful to look at:

    Published on 03-27-2017 09:40 AM
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    "Race report: Very nice day. Good wind. Hilarious finish"

    Brian Boschma Olson 34' Redsky

    Now that we have that formality out of the way....

    Memo Gidley& Mary Gidley take Division 11 on the Elliot 10 Basic Instinct

    With mostly sunny skies and a nice NW seabreeze in the low teens at the start of the race, Course 1 is selected by the officials
    with whistles, horns and guns... And 18 nm tour of the Central Bay....

    From the Start, to Little Harding buoy (G “1” Fl G 4s), leaving it to port,
    then to Blossom Rock buoy (GR “BR” Fl (2+1) G 6s BELL), leaving it to starboard,
    then to Crissy Field ...
    Published on 03-27-2017 08:15 AM
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    St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. The St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) proved its reputation as the ‘Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing’ by superbly delivering on its signature mix of round the rocks and round the buoy courses on the event’s second day of competition. What’s more, 6 to 8 foot seas off the island’s east end, gusts blowing to 20 to 25 knots and a mix of rain and sun all added to the fun.

    “The windward-leeward ...
    Published on 03-27-2017 08:03 AM
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    Evening All,

    Well in the early hours of the morning the storm started to abate but the swell continued to build until I was rocking and rolling in 6-7 meter waves. I ended up going to bed around 8am and by that stage the winds were averaging 20 knots from ...
    Published on 03-24-2017 03:53 PM
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    Oracle Racing's Russell Coutts voices his displeasure with a couple articles published recently by The New Zealand Hearald's
    Dana Johannsen

    Article 1 and Article 1

    "It appears the silly season has once again arrived, driven by a select few in the media who seem to find it difficult to separate fact from fiction, or research a balanced story, for the benefit of their readers.

    In particular, the so called reporting from Dana Johannsen of the NZ Herald often lacks
    Published on 03-24-2017 02:57 PM
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    Oracle Team USA /Bermuda showing off its docking airbag now in use after observing

    BAR's liitle nose vs dock incident ...
    Published on 03-24-2017 11:24 AM
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    Transpac welcomes the latest entry, Jim & Kristy Hinze Clark's Super Maxi Comanche to the growing fleet of over 60 boats set to race to Hawaii in July. Skippered by Ken Read, Comanche will go head to head with Manouch Moshayedi's 100' Rio Racing USA for the first time since the 2014 Sydney Hobart race.


    2017 Transpac Honolulu Race
    Current Entries
    Sail Number Yacht Name Owner's Name Home Port Yacht Type Length
    1. 0123 Alessandra Charles Smith Richmond ...
    Published on 03-24-2017 09:24 AM
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    Premiere Sailing League and MarkSetBot Cooperate
    to Bring Robotic Race Mark to Stadium Sailing

    DETROIT, MICHIGAN (March 23, 2017) – Premiere Sailing League USA (PSL) has found a partner to help elevate stadium style sailing to the next level of technological sophistication. ...
    Published on 03-24-2017 09:13 AM
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    Most of last night I had winds of 10 knots so I decided to keep the No 1 jib out and the full main sail even though I was looking at going to bed. I did end up setting a wind alarm on the B and G display to let me know if the winds were over 17 knots. This is the upper wind range of my no 1 head sail so I wanted to make sure that I would ...
    Published on 03-24-2017 09:00 AM
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    Perth, Australia (March 24th, 2017) – Local skipper Matt Jerwood certainly overplayed the anxiety card on his way to becoming the third Western Australian skipper to make it through to the semi-finals of Match Cup Australia, the first event on the 2017 World Match Racing Tour.

    Earlier in the day David Gilmour had gone through 3 – 1 against US Virgin Islander Taylor Canfield, ...

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