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Last Chance Regatta at Hyères, France Day 4 Last Chance Regatta at Hyères, France Day 4 Bainbridge grabs last chance Paris 2024 ticket for Team GB Connor Bainbridge finally claimed a place in the men's kite at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games for Great Britain, approximately eight months later than he expected, after a dominant display at the Last Chance Regatta in Hyères. by World Sailing Posted 24 Apr 21:40 BST RORC Myth of Malham Race preview RORC Myth of Malham Race preview An impressive RORC fleet will gather off Cowes on 4th May This early May Bank Holiday weekend is the date for one of the Royal Ocean Racing Club's most celebrated races. by Louay Habib / RORC Posted 24 Apr 21:25 BST 'Fine Lines' Top Ten part 3 'Fine Lines' Top Ten part 3 To celebrate the centenary of master boatbuilder Jack Chippendale A glorious example of not just the boatbuilder's craft but the work that goes in to keeping a boat looking like this! by Dougal Henshall Posted 24 Apr 19:00 BST 52 Super Series Palma Vela Sailing Week preview 52 Super Series Palma Vela Sailing Week preview The champions are looking to achieve lift off with new Platoon Aviation The reigning 52 SUPER SERIES champions, Harm Müller-Spreer's German flagged crew, start their title defence on Sunday on Majorca's Bay of Palma. by 52 Super Series Posted 24 Apr 18:28 BST RS300 Rooster National Tour at Rutland RS300 Rooster National Tour at Rutland Harken RS Sprints Regatta run with military precision by the RO's team As the online entry deadline approached it seemed prudent to check that there wasn't another named storm heading across the country. On the contrary high pressure seemed to be coming over. How wrong could they be! by Steve Sallis Posted 24 Apr 18:27 BST Triana & White Shadow finish Ocean Globe Race Triana & White Shadow finish Ocean Globe Race Trinity Landing pontoon in Cowes was a busy spot Tuesday afternoon Trinity Landing pontoon in Cowes was a busy spot Tuesday afternoon with Triana FR (66) SWAN 53 and White Shadow ESP (17) SWAN 57 finishing the McIntyre Ocean Globe Race after 48 days of racing. by Ocean Globe Race Posted 24 Apr 17:33 BST Merlin Rocket Allen SE Series at Fishers Green Merlin Rocket Allen SE Series at Fishers Green Round 3 of the series began with bacon rolls, tea and a few hangovers April 21st and round 3 of the Allen South-East Series at Fishers Green Sailing Club saw the day start with bacon rolls, tea and a few hangovers from the overnight festivities of the previous day's Vintage and Classic Merlin event. by Paul Dean Posted 24 Apr 17:23 BST David Linger takes 6th in Global Solo Challenge David Linger takes 6th in Global Solo Challenge His journey was at times extremely difficult, even after arrival Sunday April 21st, at 2:03 pm local time, after 175 days, David Linger crossed the finish line of the Global Solo Challenge taking 6th place on his Owen Clarke designed Class40 #15 Koloa Maoli. by Marco Nannini / Global Solo Challenge Posted 24 Apr 17:02 BST The road to Plymouth The road to Plymouth 2024 Cadet World Championship is heading to the UK Teams from across the world will be heading to Plymouth, one of the most historic and important naval towns in the UK, this summer for the Cadet World Championship from 3rd to 10th August 2024. by Ellie Davis Posted 24 Apr 16:38 BST Transat Ready: Solo Skippers Optimised For Success Transat Ready: Solo Skippers Optimised For Success All eyes turn to Lorient for the start of the Transat CIC With the Vendée Globe on the horizon, excitement is building as the IMOCA skippers hurtle towards the world's premiere offshore challenge. by Cyclops Marine Posted 24 Apr 15:24 BST Henri-Lloyd New Arrival: The Storm Dri Backpack Henri-Lloyd New Arrival: The Storm Dri Backpack Perfect for any outdoor activity, commute and boat to shore use Perfect for any outdoor activity, commute and boat to shore use. The Storm Dri Backpack is waterproof, submersible and capable of holding all your kit essentials with a 30 litre capacity. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 24 Apr 14:30 BST The Ocean Race will return to Genova The Ocean Race will return to Genova A key stopover for The Ocean Race Europe in 2025 The Italian city of Genova and The Ocean Race will extend their close relationship with The Ocean Race Europe bringing a fleet of foiling IMOCA race boats to the Mediterranean port in the late summer of 2025. by The Ocean Race Posted 24 Apr 14:02 BST 69F Cup ready to rock at Fraglia Vela Malcesine 69F Cup ready to rock at Fraglia Vela Malcesine The entry list includes some teams with great specific experience on the 69F Eights international team are gathered at Fraglia Vela Malcesine for the opening GP of the 69F Cup: the points will be on the table between Friday and Sunday but trainings are under way on the northern Garda Lake. by 69F Sailing Posted 24 Apr 13:35 BST The Famous Project: MOD70 Limosa in Portugal The Famous Project: MOD70 Limosa in Portugal Reaching the Portuguese Algarve port of Portimao this morning The Famous Project's all girl crew of the MOD70 Limosa reached the Portuguese Algarve port of Portimao this morning to successfully complete their main objectives. by The Famous Project Posted 24 Apr 13:20 BST RS700s at Stokes Bay RS700s at Stokes Bay Totally Stoked The annual trip to Stokes Bay has cemented itself on the calendar as an occasion that delivers excellent racing and wonderful hospitality. The multi skiff fleet event brings a strong turnout and a great atmosphere throughout. by Matt Conner Posted 24 Apr 11:24 BST Vintage Merlin Rockets at Fishers Green Vintage Merlin Rockets at Fishers Green Trials and tribulations and epic wind conditions, with some superb boat handling skills Saturday 20th April was a day of trials and tribulations and epic wind conditions, throw in some superb boat handling skills, mainly from the crews race, more about that later. by Christian Hill Posted 24 Apr 10:39 BST America's Cup: Revealing Reveals - the new AC75s America's Cup: Revealing Reveals - the new AC75s In the AC design stakes it's clear that different solutions have been found for similar questions As the Louis Vuitton 37th America's Cup nears, the intensity ramps up and with four teams revealing their box-fresh AC75s, it's abundantly clear that different solutions have been found for very similar questions. by America's Cup Media Posted 24 Apr 10:38 BST Footy Nationals at Frensham Pond Footy Nationals at Frensham Pond Bin bag sails supported on 3mm carbon and wire spars This event was run in conjunction with an open meeting for Phantom dinghies and club racing, with the Footys racing off the lee shore in what were huge waves to these 1 foot long racing boats. The wind was blowing harder than forecast. by Roger Stollery Posted 24 Apr 10:14 BST Toppers at Hamble River Toppers at Hamble River 27 sailors for Rooster Southern Traveller Series Event 1 27 Topper sailors arrived early on Sunday morning at HRSC, all looking forward to the first event of this year's Traveller Series. by Roger Cerrato Posted 24 Apr 06:50 BST Border Counties Midweek Series at Winsford Flash Border Counties Midweek Series at Winsford Flash An extra event put on at short notice after the Nantwich event was cancelled The Border Counties Midweek Sailing 2024 series hit a bump at the first event which should have been held at Nantwich Sailing Club but unfortunately the strong breeze that had hit so many events the previous weekend continued. by Dave Thomas Posted 24 Apr 06:41 BST B14 Open at Stokes Bay B14 Open at Stokes Bay Racing alongside the other skiff classes in a shifty and gusty breeze Ten B14s entered the event with one dropping out at the last moment due to crew issues. As always, Dan Vincent and the excellent ashore and afloat team had everything working like clockwork managing 70 skiffs from 5 classes. by Crispin Taylor Posted 24 Apr 06:27 BST P&B Northamptonshire Youth Series Round 1 P&B Northamptonshire Youth Series Round 1 Glorious weather, loads of sailors and enthusiastic coaches at Cransley The 2024 series kicked off at Cransley Sailing Club. There were plenty of sailors, in fact interest was so high that the entry list closed before the event. It's never nice to have to disappoint would be entrants, but the next event is coming soon! by Norman Byrd Posted 24 Apr 06:13 BST Dart 15 Summer TT at Marconi Dart 15 Summer TT at Marconi Racing on the beautiful River Blackwater on the Essex East Coast Having concluded a successful Winter Series, the Dart 15s held their first Summer TT at Marconi Sailing Club on the beautiful River Blackwater on the Essex East Coast. by Jenny Ball Posted 24 Apr 06:07 BST Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta - The Grand Finale Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta - The Grand Finale Single-handed race, cream teas, gig racing and prize-giving ceremony bring the event to a close The 35th Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta came to a close yesterday with the single-handed race, cream teas, gig racing and prize-giving ceremony in the historic 18th century Nelson's Dockyard. by Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta Posted 24 Apr 04:03 BST RAN 630 – Regata dell'Accademia Navale Preview RAN 630 – Regata dell'Accademia Navale Preview The longest regatta in the Mediterranean starts tomorrow The seventh edition of the RAN 630 - Regata dell'Accademia Navale, will start tomorrow, April 24, at 6 p.m. with a blank shot fired from the frigate Margottini, lined up on the starting line in front of the Italian Naval Academy. by Giuliano Luzzatto Posted 23 Apr 19:52 BST The Transat CIC is well and truly on course The Transat CIC is well and truly on course A parade of sail and the race village inaugurated The 15th edition of The Transat CIC, the famous solo race from France across the North Atlantic to New York which will start this Sunday from Lorient La Base took real shape. by The Transat CIC Posted 23 Apr 19:06 BST 'Fine Lines' Top Ten part 2 'Fine Lines' Top Ten part 2 To celebrate the centenary of master boatbuilder Jack Chippendale Day 2 and another in the collection of boat pictures that celebrate everything that is gorgeous about our sport. by Dougal Henshall Posted 23 Apr 19:00 BST Last Chance Regatta at Hyères, France Day 3 Last Chance Regatta at Hyères, France Day 3 Grael quest for Olympic place is in the family tradition A Brazilian sailor with a very famous name in Olympic history is in contention to earn a place for his country at the Paris 2024 Games after day three of competition at the Last Chance Regatta in Hyères, France. by World Sailing Posted 23 Apr 17:41 BST Save BIG on Zhik Superwarm at CoastWaterSports Save BIG on Zhik Superwarm at CoastWaterSports Last opportunity to bag great savings before it sells out Last opportunity to bag great savings on the outgoing Zhik Superwarm before it sells out. by CoastWaterSports Posted 23 Apr 16:56 BST April 2024 FINNFARE April 2024 FINNFARE Focus on future, present and past In this rather special year for the class - 75 years of Finn sailing - this issue represents a reflection on the past and future of the class, as well as the present. by Robert Deaves Posted 23 Apr 16:54 BST Derbyshire Youth Sailing Toddbrook event at Combs Derbyshire Youth Sailing Toddbrook event at Combs The forecast had suggested some interesting wind conditions With the winter Derbyshire Youth Sailing training program finished, Saturday 13th April saw 23 of our sailors' head to Combs Sailing Club for our Toddbrook event, the first for 2024. by Joanne Hill Posted 23 Apr 16:06 BST 2000 Millennium Series at Weir Wood 2000 Millennium Series at Weir Wood Thrills, spills, stories, snakes and ladders Round 1 of the West Country Boat Repairs 2000 Millennium Series hosted by Weir Wood SC was extremely eventful over the weekend of April 20/21. by Pete Vincent Posted 23 Apr 15:56 BST Musto Marina Collection: Inspired by the coast Musto Marina Collection: Inspired by the coast Stylish and functional, infused with cutting-edge technology and nautical design Stylish and functional, the Marina Collection is infused with cutting-edge technology and nautical design. From tops in new season colours to protective rain jackets, this is a must-have range for the coastal lifestyle. by Musto Posted 23 Apr 14:58 BST RS800 Rooster National Tour at Stokes Bay RS800 Rooster National Tour at Stokes Bay Had summer arrived? Maybe not once you'd got out of the car.. Approaching Stokes Bay Sailing Club looking out through the windscreen it looked as though Summer had arrived. The sun was out, and the trees had plenty of green leaves. Getting out of the car shattered the illusion, stepping into a brisk northerly 8°C. by Alistair Hodgson Posted 23 Apr 14:50 BST Bembridge One-Design April Racing Bembridge One-Design April Racing An early start on Saturday for the fleet It was an early start on Saturday due to a 10.30 high tide, and five One-Designs tacked out of Bembridge Harbour into a chilly 15kts from the NNE. A start line was laid at Footprint with Britten set as a windward mark, then a run to Garland. by Robin Joy Posted 23 Apr 14:38 BST RS Tera South West Traveller Series dates & venues RS Tera South West Traveller Series dates & venues 7 events running throughout the summer, well spread through the region Dates and venues have been announced for the first ever RS Tera Traveller Series in the South West. With 7 events running throughout the summer, and well spread through the region, there is something for everyone. by Peter Solly Posted 23 Apr 14:32 BST RORC publish Admiral's Cup Notice of Race RORC publish Admiral's Cup Notice of Race Expressions of interest have been received from 14 different countries The Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) has published the 2025 Admiral's Cup Notice of Race, setting out the conditions under which the prestigious regatta will be run. by RORC Press Posted 23 Apr 13:49 BST K1 Southern Area Championship at Datchet Water K1 Southern Area Championship at Datchet Water Another excellent number of entrants, keen to enjoy the sunshine The Southern Area K1 Championship were held over the weekend of 20th and 21st April at Datchet Water Sailing Club. by Hilly King Posted 23 Apr 13:31 BST Official opening of the Yacht Racing Image Award Official opening of the Yacht Racing Image Award The prize-giving will take place during the Yacht Racing Forum The 15th edition of the international photography competition dedicated to the sport of sailing will once again reassemble the world's best marine photographers from all over the world. by Yacht Racing Image Award Posted 23 Apr 13:15 BST Medway YC Cruiser Class Spring Series Race 2 Medway YC Cruiser Class Spring Series Race 2 A 13 nautical mile course around the navigation marks for the fleet A 13 nautical mile course around the navigation marks was set with the start line. In the period before the start the wind appeared only at 10 knots in the lee of the hill to north but the prospect in the gusts was going to be up to 25 knots. by Jamie Blair Posted 23 Apr 11:54 BST World Sailing appoints Jim Morris CB DSO World Sailing appoints Jim Morris CB DSO As new Director of Events World Sailing is delighted to announce the appointment of Jim Morris CB DSO as its new Director of Events. by World Sailing Posted 23 Apr 10:42 BST The wrappers come off the new British Cup boat The wrappers come off the new British Cup boat After more than two years in design development and build After more than two years in design development and build and a being under wraps for her 1,000 mile road trip from Northamptonshire, UK to Barcelona, the new British AC75 is now out in the open. by Matt Sheahan Posted 23 Apr 10:38 BST Volvo Cork Week 2024 officially launched Volvo Cork Week 2024 officially launched Chart a Course for Crosshaven, Ireland this July First Female Admiral of Royal Cork Yacht Club, former Minister Simon Coveney, and key partners launch an action-packed programme for Volvo Cork Week 2024, which will welcome 10,000 sailors and attendees to Crosshaven and beyond. by Róisín Kivlehan Posted 23 Apr 10:33 BST The Transat CIC Preview The Transat CIC Preview A new beginning for Bellion and a return to solo racing for Pedote For Éric Bellion The Transat CIC, which starts from Lorient bound for New York on Sunday, is a huge moment in his journey to this year's Vendée Globe. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 23 Apr 10:07 BST Burghfield Solo Open Burghfield Solo Open A much expanded lake due to flooding in recent months The good, the bad, and the Adonises of the Solo class rocked up to Burghfield Sailing Club for an open meeting on Saturday 20th April to do battle on a much expanded lake due to flooding in recent months. by Steve Middleton Posted 23 Apr 09:49 BST 29th His Majesty King Juan Carlos Trophy 29th His Majesty King Juan Carlos Trophy 20 Dragon teams from seven different countries compete in Cascais Clube Naval de Cascais hosted the 29th consecutive edition of the HM King Juan Carlos Trophy, established in 1995 when His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain donated a trophy to the club to honor the place where he learned to sail and compete. by Maria José Cardoso Posted 23 Apr 09:29 BST RS21 Class supports Inclusion Sailing RS21 Class supports Inclusion Sailing With the International Inclusive Keelboat Championship 2024 The International Inclusive Keelboat Championship 2024 is the first event of its kind; a World Sailing recognised, one-design keelboat class that can categorically be celebrated as pure inclusion sailing. by RS Sailing Posted 23 Apr 08:00 BST WASZP clean sweep of Foiling Awards WASZP clean sweep of Foiling Awards Awarded in Genoa based on votes cast online by the global foiling community The seventh edition of the Foiling Awards has its winners. The prizes for the best foiling athletes, projects and products of the last 12 months were awarded in Genoa based on votes cast online by the global foiling Community. by WASZP class Posted 23 Apr 07:23 BST
Transat Ready: Solo Skippers Optimised For SuccessWith the Vendée Globe on the horizon, excitement is building as the IMOCA skippers hurtle towards the world's premiere offshore challenge.'Fine Lines' Top Ten part 3A glorious example of not just the boatbuilder's craft but the work that goes in to keeping a boat looking like this!Henri-Lloyd New Arrival: The Storm Dri BackpackPerfect for any outdoor activity, commute and boat to shore use. The Storm Dri Backpack is waterproof, submersible and capable of holding all your kit essentials with a 30 litre capacity.'Fine Lines' Top Ten part 2Day 2 and another in the collection of boat pictures that celebrate everything that is gorgeous about our sport.Save BIG on Zhik Superwarm at CoastWaterSportsLast opportunity to bag great savings on the outgoing Zhik Superwarm before it sells out.'Fine Lines' Top Ten part 1As well as all of the other key events happening this summer, 2024 also happens to be the centenary of master boatbuilder Jack Chippendale.Musto Marina Collection: Inspired by the coastStylish and functional, the Marina Collection is infused with cutting-edge technology and nautical design. From tops in new season colours to protective rain jackets, this is a must-have range for the coastal lifestyle.No result without resolveNormally, when you think of the triple it might be Line Honours, Corrected Time, and Race Record. So then, how about sail it, sponsor it, and truly support it? his was the notion that arrived as I pondered the recently completed Sail Port Stephens.RIB accessories, safety equipment to have on boardWhen embarking on a boating adventure, you want to ensure that your RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) is equipped with essential accessories and safety equipment.The price of heritageThe meeting in question took place down at the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth and saw the 1968 Flying Dutchman Gold Medal winning trio of Rodney Pattisson, Iain MacDonald-Smith and their boat Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious brought back together.Find out where Rooster are heading this summerRooster have an exciting jam packed summer ahead in the UK with their mobile van shop heading to local events within the reach of Rooster HQ, giving the chance to meet some of you face to face and have a chat.AC75 launching seasonLove 'em or hate 'em, the current America's Cup yachts certainly represent the cutting-edge of foiling and are the fastest windward-leeward sailing machines on water.Trust A+T: Best in ClassHugh Agnew recently sailed with SY Adela under Captain Greg Perkins in the Antigua Superyacht Challenge. They went on to win the Gosnell's Trophy - a great result.All Hands on Deck at sailing clubsThe Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is marking 200 years of saving lives at sea in 2024, and the charity is inviting sailing clubs to celebrate with them.More flexible? More durable? More comfortable?Our Next Gen FlexForce wetsuit tops and long johns offer the ultimate in versatility, comfort, durability and stretch.America's Cup and SailGP merge designsIn negotiations reminiscent of the PGA and LIV golf, an agreement has been come to by the America's Cup and SailGP to merge the design of the yachts used on the two high-profile circuits.