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    Published on 04-30-2017 05:31 PM
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    77 boats in 7 one design classes ( 21 J-105's, 6 Melges 24, 4 Etchells, 9 Express 27s, 6 J-24s, 20 Knarrs, and 11 Folkboat)
    registered for the 2017 SFYC Resin Regatta, the YC's annual invitational to resin aficionados and converts.

    With just a few AWOL boats, the participants enjoyed a spectacular weekend on the bay with wall to wall sunshine, warm temps
    and breezes in the mid to high teens.






    An ongoing mountain ...
    Published on 04-30-2017 04:36 PM
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    The Raising of the Barge Vengeance has begun just southeast of Yerba Buena Island
    and may go on for the entire month of May. Keeping in mind that the capsized and sunken ...
    Published on 04-30-2017 09:01 AM
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    "Well, it was a battle to the end. In the second race of the day on the first run, we got hit by a massive puff and we stuffed the bow in and broke our bowsprit. We jury rigged to finish the race and then put in a big effort to replace the bowsprit between races. We then beat the boats we had to beat to win overall. A huge thanks needs to go to our shore guys to get us back racing in the last race. Great team effort."

    Sean Doogie Couvreux




    With racing cancelled yesterday due to severe conditions, the RC44 Sotogrande Cup fleet ventured out today in marginally improved conditions. Once again the wind, although shifty, was less of an issue than the sea state, which was initially so massive that the RC44s were disappearing up to their spreaders in the troughs.

    To ...
    Published on 04-30-2017 08:59 AM
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    TEMPE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - Friday was a windy day in the Phoenix area. So windy, in fact, that a sailboat was overturned on Tempe Town Lake, sending two people onboard into the water.

    According to ...
    Published on 04-28-2017 12:19 PM
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    Today (28 April 2017) the World Sailing has confirmed its support for the existing roll out plan to release the first batch of 45 Foiling Nacra 17’s on June 26. The European Championship, ...
    Published on 04-28-2017 12:13 PM
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    The IMOCA Executive Committee (from left to right: Tanguy De Lamotte, Alex Thomson, Antoine Mermod, Paul Meilhat, Conrad Colman)




    The IMOCA Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday, 26th April in Paris at the
    Fédération Française de Voile. This meeting was highly anticipated, because, in addition to reviewing a rich season that culminated in the end of the Vendée Globe, the IMOCA class rules had to be set for the next four years, and technical decisions made, given the ...
    Published on 04-28-2017 08:52 AM
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    Nicholas Heiner's (NED) consistency in the Finn is equalling success at Sailing's World Cup Series in Hyères, France.
    Out of the 534 racers from 52 nations, racing across the ten Olympic events, Foiling Formula Kiteboarding and 2.4 Norlin OD, Heiner has been one of the most reliable performers with a string of top five finishes to lead in the Finn.

    Racing in a 7-13 knot breeze that took some time to fill in, the second regatta of the 2017 World Cup Series reached its mid-point and the battle to make Saturday and Sunday's live Medal Races is on.

    In only his third Finn regatta, Heiner ...
    Published on 04-27-2017 03:47 PM
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    Nathalie Criou has traded in her Express 27' Elise for a much more modern and roomier Beneteau Figaro 2 Envole'e
    and provides us with an insight to conditions for this years 54 boat, 8 division OYRA Crewed Lightship Regatta



    The forecast for the lightship was definitely on the light side - 5 knots but it turned out to be wrong for the better! Upwind, we enjoyed winds between 9 to 13 knots and downwind between 16 to 25 knots! A perfect forecast in other terms. The current was tough and the flood wasn't anemic at all this time around. So on the way out, we stayed north and ventured out into the main channel only so far as the current permitted - we opted ...
    Published on 04-27-2017 09:57 AM
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    Things are hopping at Driscoll's Marine in Mission Bay as crews of the Pac 52 Class hustle
    to get the the boats measured and weighed prior to the much anticipated start of the
    Yachting Cup in San Diego. Boats unloaded and stripped to the bar minimum and dressed
    to the Inshore mode for the crucial weigh in. Once ...
    Published on 04-26-2017 04:28 PM
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    BOSTON — The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Ida Lewis discovered a buoy sunk in the water with bullet holes, Monday, near Block Island, Rhode Island.

    The crew was conducting regular aids-to-navigation maintenance ...
    Published on 04-26-2017 03:05 PM
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    Afrodite Zegers and Anneloes van Veen (NED) were unstoppable on day two of Sailing's World Cup Series in Hyères, France, winning both Women's 470 races in convincing style.
    Out of the 534 competitors from 52 nations racing across ten Olympic events, Open Kiteboarding and 2.4 Norlin OD, the Dutch team were the standout performers.

    Following a brief morning postponement due to a wait for the wind, the 470 fleets got out for a 12:30 start, sailing in a westerly 10-15 knot breeze.

    Zegers and van Veen were unstoppable, sailing their way to two convincingly victories to leapfrog Switzerland's Linda Fahrni and Maja Siegenthaler into first place.

    The Dutch duo are on a hot streak in the Women's ...
    Published on 04-26-2017 01:57 PM
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    Manouch Moshayedi's Pac 52' in the sling at Driscoll's Marine in San Diego getting her weight recorded ahead of
    the 1st match of the Inaugural PAC 52 Class Season. Kicking off with 3 races in San Diego at the Yachting Cup May 5-7,
    All eyes will be on the newest iteration of the ...
    Published on 04-26-2017 09:30 AM
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    Over 500 sailors from 52 nations opened their quest for World Cup honours, personal best performances and bragging rights as the second event of the 2017 series got underway in Hyères, France.

    In a stable 8-11 knot south easterly breeze, it was vital that those aiming for the top honours laid down a marker with consistent race results. Events can not be won on the first day in sailing but they can certainly be lost.




    In the 38 strong Women's Windsurfer fleet, Israel's Noga Geller came out flying with superb starts and speed. Feeling comfortable in the conditions, she snapped up the first two race wins. "It was between ...
    Published on 04-25-2017 12:35 PM
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    The Kitty Hawk Flyer is a new, all-electric aircraft. It is safe, tested and legal to operate in the United States in uncongested areas under the Ultralight ...
    Published on 04-25-2017 12:05 PM
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    The 230 Ton, 176' Judel/Vrolijk designed, Baltic Yachts built Pink Gin VI makes her way through the back roads seeking water.
    Traveling from Bosund to the harbour in Jakobstad.


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    Published on 04-25-2017 09:47 AM
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    Digital Globe provides a unique perspective of San Francisco Bay from above! ...
    Published on 04-25-2017 09:39 AM
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    Segel Reporter reports on
    a crazy 11 Day crossing of the Atlantic on a 20' Catamaran



    Vittorio Malingri (56) and Nico Malingri (26) have now also won the best time on the big pond after their Mediterranean record .

    The Italian father-son team Malingri has broken the long-distance record for Beach Cats under 6.50 meters on the route Dakar - Point-a-Pitre (Guadeloupe) with his 6.05 meter long Formula 20 catamaran ...
    Published on 04-25-2017 08:57 AM
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    The foiling 50' Arkema is launched in Port-Médoc. Lalou Roucayrol's vision
    of which you can read more HERE




















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    Published on 04-24-2017 11:31 AM
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    Things got a bit sporty down in Santa Cruz over the weekend at the SCYC's SCORE Regatta.
    With winds ranging from 16-28, things got a bit "interesting" aboard Edward Marez's SC 70' Buono Sera ...
    Published on 04-24-2017 08:53 AM
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    CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA (Sunday, April 23, 2017) — Charleston is known for its reliable spring seabreeze, but the Holy City’s coast outdid itself this year during the 22nd edition of Sperry Charleston Race Week. It wasn’t just the three race days either; from the first team’s arrival for practice more than a week earlier until the lengthy awards ceremony on Sunday night, reliable southerly winds buffeted the region, ensuring maximum racing, maximum action, and maximum enjoyment for the nearly 2,000 sailors, shore crew, staff, and volunteers ...

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