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Where sky meets sea Where sky meets sea Explore the Caribbean with Sunsail Get a lungful of sea air and explore a tropical paradise as you embark on a Caribbean voyage. Skim over turquoise seas, then dive beneath them to explore glorious coral reefs and shipwrecks. by Sunsail Posted today at 6:45 pm Spinlock creates custom lifejacket Spinlock creates custom lifejacket For toughest race on water Spinlock will be an official race supplier to the Volvo Ocean Race, after designing a unique and custom lifejacket for the 2017-18 edition. by Volvo Ocean Race Posted today at 4:56 pm Exclusive RS Cat16 AC35 Package! Exclusive RS Cat16 AC35 Package! Celebrating the success of the 35th America's Cup To celebrate the success of the 35th America's Cup and use of the RS Cat 16 as the chosen roadshow boat for Land Rover BAR, we are offering this exclusive package. by RS Sailing Posted today at 3:00 pm Dalgety Bay SC Development Regatta Dalgety Bay SC Development Regatta A first taste of regatta sailing for 25 sailors Coming in the middle of June's heatwave the shores of Dalgety Bay turn tropical for the annual Development Regatta. by Matt Toynbee, RYA Scotland Posted today at 2:40 pm New talent on the block New talent on the block Thanks to Paralympic Development Program The Para World Sailing Championships kicked off yesterday, Wednesday 21 June, in Kiel, Germany. There are fresh faces competing at the event though, thanks to World Sailing's Paralympic Development Program (PDP). by Ross Gale, World Sailing Posted today at 12:52 pm Henri Lloyd proud of Land Rover BAR Academy Henri Lloyd proud of Land Rover BAR Academy 2017 Red Bull Youth America's Cup Champions Henri Lloyd, the world renowned market leader in technical sailing gear and premium lifestyle clothing, have been supporting the Land Rover BAR Academy and 2017 Red Bull Youth America's Cup Champions since the start of their campaign in 2016. by Amy Grealish, Henri Lloyd Posted today at 12:30 pm Two big winners in April & May! Two big winners in April & May! In Henri Lloyd Report of the Month With the summer sailing season in full swing, the America's Cup enthralling us in Bermuda and the weather being at times perfect for sailing, you've been nominating for the Henri Lloyd Report of the Month in huge numbers in the last couple of months! by Mark Jardine Posted today at 11:27 am Phantoms at Stone Phantoms at Stone Racing alongside the Snipe class A combined Open meeting for the Phantom and Snipe classes was held at Stone Sailing Club over the weekend of 17th and 18th June. by Chris Roberts Posted today at 11:06 am La Solitaire URGO Le Figaro Stage 4 update La Solitaire URGO Le Figaro Stage 4 update The Battle of England Rounding the north-westerly turning mark of the Wolf Rock Lighthouse the 43 boat fleet competing in La Solitaire URGO le Figaro have this morning finally picked up the pace getting some miles under their belts running down the South coast of Britain. by La Solitaire URGO Le Figaro Posted today at 10:47 am RS400s at Hayling Island RS400s at Hayling Island Bumper turnout of 41 at RS Sailing Summer Championship Having grown up 10 miles from HISC and been to more Fed weeks thank I can remember, in my head an event at Hayling is always hot and sunny with light to moderate winds. by Mark Oakey Posted today at 9:58 am Brewin Dolphin RS Elite Irish Championship Brewin Dolphin RS Elite Irish Championship Tight racing at Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club Glorious weather smiled on Cultra last weekend for the Brewin Dolphin RS Elite Irish Championships. This coupled with a perfect breeze on the first day of this prestigious event. by Mark Fletcher Posted today at 8:08 am Ajax Nationals at Royal Harwich Ajax Nationals at Royal Harwich Nine teams sail in Dovercourt Bay There were nine entries for the 2017 Ajax class championships sailed in Dovercourt Bay, Harwich from 16th to 18th June. Conditions were ideal for racing in the bay with the first day providing a shifty west north west wind from the shore. by Mike Clayton Posted today at 7:26 am Sovereign's Cup 2017 day 1 Sovereign's Cup 2017 day 1 A glorious start in Kinsale With light winds and broken sunshine, flat seas allowed a full programme of opening day races to be sailed on four course areas at the O'Leary Life Sovereigns Cup at Kinsale today where a fleet of 98 boats has gathered. by David Branigan Posted today at 7:18 am Britain's Land Rover BAR Academy win Britain's Land Rover BAR Academy win Red Bull Youth America's Cup Champions Britain's youth America's Cup sailors from the Land Rover BAR Academy have been crowned the 2017 Red Bull Youth America's Cup Champions in Bermuda. The British entry completed 12 races against 12 other nations on Bermuda's Great Sound to take the title. by Land Rover BAR Posted on 21 Jun Discounted hats, glasses and rash vests Discounted hats, glasses and rash vests P&B enjoying the heatwave! The perfect weather has finally arrived, so we hope you're all enjoying the UK heatwave! Whilst on the water, it's important to make sure you are wearing the correct clothing to keep cool and more importantly stop you from burning! by P&B Posted on 21 Jun 52 SUPER SERIES at Porto Cervo day 1 52 SUPER SERIES at Porto Cervo day 1 Sled supreme on topsy turvy opening day in Sardinia The 52 SUPER SERIES fleet's love-hate relationship with the coastal race discipline continues. Some days they are loved, most of all by those who have a good one. But correspondingly the bad days are often some of the darkest. by 52 Super Series Posted on 21 Jun Squib Nationals at Holyhead day 3 Squib Nationals at Holyhead day 3 A difficult day for the Race Officer Today, Wednesday, was a difficult day for David Lovegrove, Howth Yacht Club, PRO for the 43 boat Squib Fleet at their annual National Championships. It was planned to hold one race today, as the race programme is now on schedule. by Vincent Delany Posted on 21 Jun Women's Match Racing World Championship overall Women's Match Racing World Championship overall Macgregor (GBR) wins after exciting final day in Helsinki For a second day, the thunderstorms rushed the sailors off of the water, but not before Lucy Macgregor and her Team Mac with teammates Silja Lehtinen Frost, Rosie Watkins, Imogen Stanley, and Charlotte Lawrence were declared champions. by WIM Series Posted on 21 Jun team AkzoNobel christened team AkzoNobel christened Brand new Volvo Ocean Race yacht Team AkzoNobel, the Dutch ocean racing team preparing to compete in the 2017-18 edition of the Volvo Ocean Race, has christened its newly built Volvo Ocean 65 racing yacht at a spectacular event in the Netherlands. by Izzy Hall Posted on 21 Jun Big fleet set for 707 Nationals Big fleet set for 707 Nationals 26 entries for event at Port Edgar YC Twenty-six entries have already been received for what will be a fiercely contested Geckotech-sponsored 707 National Championship at Port Edgar Yacht Club near Edinburgh, starting on the 26th of June. by David Smith Posted on 21 Jun Toppers at Poole Toppers at Poole Rooster Southern Area Travellers Round 3 A superb turnout of Topper sailors descended on Poole YC in Dorset over the weekend of 10th and 11th June for one day of pre-event race coaching followed by the third event of the 2017 Rooster Southern Area Topper traveller on day 2. by Dan Batty & Josh Gordon Posted on 21 Jun Para World Sailing Championships day 1 Para World Sailing Championships day 1 Light wind specialists shine Light wind, tactical specialists came to the forefront on the opening day of racing at the 2017 Para World Sailing Championships as a challenging breeze tested the sailors. by Daniel Smith, World Sailing Posted on 21 Jun RS200s at Hayling Island RS200s at Hayling Island During the massive RS Sailing Summer Championship And so to Hayling Island Sailing Club for the 2017 RS Summer games. The island is a funny old place, with its rusty funfairs, chippies, estate agents' boards offering a free pizza with purchase, cars with second hand value of a corn plaster. by Julian Bradley Posted on 21 Jun Island SC Tuesday Evening Series Race 10 Island SC Tuesday Evening Series Race 10 Caribbean weather for the 55 boats This Tuesday Evening the Isle of Wight provided Caribbean sailing weather for 55 boats with a 10kn ESE breeze and an almost slack neap tide. by Chris Thomas Posted on 21 Jun DF95 Nationals at Milton Keynes DF95 Nationals at Milton Keynes Some superb racing over the weekend The DF95 circus rolled into the car park at Furzton Lake in Milton Keynes on Friday afternoon and were greeted by some great breeze, sunny skies and the promise of some superb racing over the weekend. by Tim Long Posted on 21 Jun International Moths at Stokes Bay International Moths at Stokes Bay A weekend in the sunshine for the 31-strong fleet Blazing sunshine greeted the 31-strong foiling Moth fleet at Stokes Bay over the weekend. Visitors came from far and wide, including all the way from Lake Garda, the venue for the 2017 Moth Worlds where 200+ entries have been taken. by Jason Belben & Mark Jardine Posted on 21 Jun Waldringfield Cadet Open preview Waldringfield Cadet Open preview Sharpening racing skills ahead of the worlds This weekend 24/25 June sees Waldringfield Sailing Club play host to the Cadet Class for their annual Open Meeting at the Club, which this year is generously supported by Anglia Factors and Neil Pryde Sailing. by Andrew Nunn Posted on 21 Jun RS Tera Inlands at Rutland preview RS Tera Inlands at Rutland preview Entry closes in 6 days time The RS Tera Inland Championships will take place at Rutland SC on 1-2 July. Entry will close in 6 days for this great event; there is a Regatta Fleet for those who are new to fleet racing and wish to benefit from the coached racing on a separate course. by Emily Davis Posted on 21 Jun Toppers at Stokes Bay preview Toppers at Stokes Bay preview Rooster Southern Area Travellers Round 4 The fourth of the 2017 Rooster Southern Topper Traveller series events is now under two weeks away to be held at Stokes Bay Sailing Club in Hampshire on Saturday 1st July. by Jason Kirk Posted on 21 Jun Big hearted Lionheart crew wins Big hearted Lionheart crew wins At the America's Cup J Class Regatta Emerging in second place from a dramatic, high stakes final race which was laden with tension until the final run to the finish on a tight, compact race course off Bermuda's Saint Georges, Lionheart clinched the first ever America's Cup J Class Regatta. by J Class Association Posted on 21 Jun Fireballs in the DBSC Tuesday Series 2 day 2 Fireballs in the DBSC Tuesday Series 2 day 2 Five go sailing! It didn't really look like racing would be possible yesterday evening! Having enjoyed another sunny day in Dun Laoghaire, though it was not as "blue sky" as the previous three days, the expectation of a reasonable sea breeze was not met! by Cormac Bradley Posted on 21 Jun From Thai boxer to Moth sailor From Thai boxer to Moth sailor We speak to Kyle Stoneham Kyle Stoneham is one of the real characters on the International Moth circuit. Having recently sold his business, Kyle is able to spend more time on his foiling sailing, so we caught up with him to find out more... by Mark Jardine Posted on 21 Jun Magic Marine RS Aero UK Southern Circuit Magic Marine RS Aero UK Southern Circuit Results update after 5 Rounds Summer is here and we are already half way through the 2017 Magic Marine RS Aero UK Southern Circuit with five down and five to go. 57 competitors are already on the results sheet with more set to join as the circuit tours the south. by RS Aero UK Class Association Posted on 21 Jun La Solitaire URGO Le Figaro Stage 4 update La Solitaire URGO Le Figaro Stage 4 update Snakes and Ladders Leading the 43 boat fleet of La Solitaire URGO le Figaro competitors across the English Channel this morning it's Charlie Dalin (Skipper Macif 2015) at the head with a leading pack of 15 boats spread laterally. by La Solitaire URGO Le Figaro Posted on 21 Jun 53 for the RORC IRC Nationals 53 for the RORC IRC Nationals Racing starts in Cowes on Friday Racing gets under way this Friday on the Solent for the cream of the British keelboat fleet at the Royal Ocean Racing Club's IRC Nationals. by James Boyd Posted on 21 Jun Sharpie Nationals at Wells Sharpie Nationals at Wells Continental teams join in the fun on Holkham bay The British fleet was boosted by the much appreciated presence of five Dutch and one German Sharpie. The tight racing schedule was immediately tested on the first day. by James Case Posted on 21 Jun
Where sky meets seaGet a lungful of sea air and explore a tropical paradise as you embark on a Caribbean voyage. Skim over turquoise seas, then dive beneath them to explore glorious coral reefs and shipwrecks.From Thai boxer to Moth sailorKyle Stoneham is one of the real characters on the International Moth circuit. Having recently sold his business, Kyle is able to spend more time on his foiling sailing, so we caught up with him to find out more...Exclusive RS Cat16 AC35 Package!To celebrate the success of the 35th America's Cup and use of the RS Cat 16 as the chosen roadshow boat for Land Rover BAR, we are offering this exclusive package.Clipper CEO set for Prudential RideLondon 100The Clipper Race's official charity is UNICEF, and this year the teams are aiming to raise £400,000. Clipper's CEO, William Ward, has worked closely with Unicef UK and its global offices, experiencing first-hand the vital work it does.Henri Lloyd proud of Land Rover BAR AcademyHenri Lloyd, the world renowned market leader in technical sailing gear and premium lifestyle clothing, have been supporting the Land Rover BAR Academy and 2017 Red Bull Youth America's Cup Champions since the start of their campaign in 2016.What can ORACLE TEAM USA do?Emirates Team New Zealand have won the first four races in the 35th America's Cup Match. There has been the odd close moment, but the Kiwis have undoubtedly been faster on every point of sail, simply sailing away from ORACLE TEAM USA.Discounted hats, glasses and rash vestsThe perfect weather has finally arrived, so we hope you're all enjoying the UK heatwave! Whilst on the water, it's important to make sure you are wearing the correct clothing to keep cool and more importantly stop you from burning!America's Cup Endeavour Junior RegattasWe talk about what the regattas are hoping to achieve, how education plays a major part in the Endeavour Programme, and what can be learned from the event to help encourage increased participation in sailing.Greenings International to debut teamIt is announced today that Greenings International, a world leader in sourcing Senior Level Executive Talent for Card Payment and Fintech clients, will debut as a Team Partner in the Clipper 2017-18 Round the World Yacht Race.Interview with Team Allen's George HandGeorge Hand of Team Allen is having a superb season so far in the Musto Skiff: undefeated since the Inland Championship at Grafham Water last November. We speak to him about his plans for the season and being a part of Team Allen.Harken UK team updateWe have tonnes of new products in stock including the limited edition 50th Red Ratchet blocks - get one before they go!Is the top end of the sport aspirational?With the America's Cup going on, I - amongst many other sailors - have been in two minds as to whether the event is working to get more people into sailing, in particular young would-be sailors.