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Vendée Globe Day 77: When to gybe at the Azores? Vendée Globe Day 77: When to gybe at the Azores? Heading towards the closest victory margin yet? The margin of victory on this Vendée Globe may be down to minutes rather than hours. by Vendée Globe Posted 23 Jan 18:39 GMT Membership at Stokes Bay Sailing Club Membership at Stokes Bay Sailing Club How Value for Money is it? Riddle me this: Where on the south coast can you launch directly onto the Solent, race against Olympians and novices in healthy fleets every Sunday of the year and summer Wednesday evenings? by Stokes Bay SC Posted 23 Jan 14:38 GMT Five out of five for INEOS TEAM UK Five out of five for INEOS TEAM UK And into the PRADA Cup final With the Americans still in the shed getting ready for the Repechage, INEOS TEAM UK and LUNA ROSSA PRADA PIRELLI headed out onto the stadium course on the Hauraki Gulf for the penultimate day of the Round Robin stage of the PRADA Challenger Series. by INEOS TEAM UK Posted 23 Jan 11:44 GMT John Bertrand chats with Nic Douglass John Bertrand chats with Nic Douglass To talk about today's incredible Prada Cup race! What a race! INEOS Team UK are into the final of the Prada Cup, the Challenger Series for the 36th America's Cup! This evening as our special guest we have none other than John Bertrand AO to join us to Chat & Wrap! by Nic Douglass Posted 23 Jan 11:27 GMT Repairs to PATRIOT progress Repairs to PATRIOT progress As the PRADA Cup Round Robins conclude American Magic Skipper and Executive Director Terry Hutchinson provided updates on American Magic at tonight's press conference, which marked the conclusion of the Round Robins phase of the Prada Cup, the Challenger Selection Series. by New York Yacht Club American Magic Posted 23 Jan 11:15 GMT Luna Rossa at the PRADA Cup Day 4 Luna Rossa at the PRADA Cup Day 4 A close race right until the finish line Another weekend of racing in Auckland for the PRADA Cup, the Challenger Selection Series that determines the first team to enter the PRADA Cup Final. by Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Posted 23 Jan 11:00 GMT Shirley Roberton talks to Sir Ben Ainslie Shirley Roberton talks to Sir Ben Ainslie In the latest RYA Sail from Home video Double Olympic Gold Medallist Shirley Robertson caught up with Team INEOS UK sailing legend and 5-time Olympic Medallist Sir Ben Anslie ahead of the 36th America's Cup presented by PRADA. by James Eaves, RYA Posted 23 Jan 11:00 GMT INEOS TEAM UK win the Prada Cup Round Robins INEOS TEAM UK win the Prada Cup Round Robins After what was probably the closest race seen so far on the AC75s INEOS TEAM UK stays unbeaten after what was probably the closest race seen so far on the AC75s, with 9 lead changes throughout the nail biting race against Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli. by PRADA Cup Posted 23 Jan 07:57 GMT Casiraghi: Boris will push hard to the finish Casiraghi: Boris will push hard to the finish One of the most interesting and impressive performances in this Vendée Globe One of the most interesting and impressive performances in this Vendée Globe has been by the German skipper, Boris Herrmann, on board Seaexplorer-Yacht Club de Monaco. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 23 Jan 07:41 GMT Vendée Globe Day 77 morning update Vendée Globe Day 77 morning update Azores ahead are prelude to winning moves At 350 miles SW of the Azores this morning Charlie Dalin (Apivia) is still proving able to hold off the advance of Louis Burton (Bureau Vallée 2) as they negotiate a key phase looking to be able to transition from the north side of the Azores by Vendée Globe Posted 23 Jan 06:50 GMT The best race of the PRADA Cup so far! The best race of the PRADA Cup so far! Nail-biting and agonising racing sets sailing fans hearts racing For those who got up early in the UK to watch the match-up between INEOS TEAM UK and Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli, it was nail-biting and agonising, with the anticipation only built by the repeated delays. by Mark Jardine Posted 23 Jan 05:01 GMT Jimmy Spithill: "We have to win a race" Jimmy Spithill: "We have to win a race" Nic Douglass previews today's PRADA Cup racing It's all on today in a must win race for Prada to keep the round robin series of the Prada Cup, the Challenger Series for the 36th America's Cup alive. by Nic Douglass Posted 23 Jan 02:48 GMT Prada Cup: Day 4: Course C - Sudden death Prada Cup: Day 4: Course C - Sudden death For Day 4 of the Prada Cup, racing will revert to the expanded Course C area. For Day 4 of the Prada Cup, racing will revert to the expanded Course C area. Today one race in Round Robin 3 will be sailed. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 22 Jan 23:56 GMT The Big Boy - Allen's Biggest Block Yet! The Big Boy - Allen's Biggest Block Yet! Just one example of what Allen can do for bigger boats Around the world, we are known as a company that produces small boat hardware, but this isn't strictly true. Let us introduce to you to "The Big Boy" just one example of what we can do for bigger boats. by Allen Posted 22 Jan 19:00 GMT Vendée Globe Day 76: Dalin, Burton & Hermann lead Vendée Globe Day 76: Dalin, Burton & Hermann lead Three Musketeers strike out for Vendée Globe victory? With just five days or under 2000 miles to go until the first skippers finish the ninth edition of the Vendée Globe the outcome still hangs in the balance. by Vendée Globe Posted 22 Jan 18:17 GMT Hunt for GB mixed offshore pairs commences Hunt for GB mixed offshore pairs commences Interest has been growing in mixed doublehanded offshore racing since 2019 The RYA has launched its search to find sailors to represent Great Britain at the 2021 Offshore Mixed Doubles European and World Championships. by British Sailing Team Posted 22 Jan 17:47 GMT Jules Verne Trophy record attempt abandoned Jules Verne Trophy record attempt abandoned After a thorough inspection carried out by David Boileau, the boat captain, the verdict is in The men of Gitana Team were positioned at 48 degrees28 south at 11:00 UTC with a lead of over 860 miles over the record when they informed their shore team of damage to the giant's float rudder to starboard. by Gitana Team Posted 22 Jan 17:18 GMT Ronstan SHOCK Blocks Ronstan SHOCK Blocks Simple efficient low friction rings The name of the Ronstan SHOCK Block is derived from SHeaveless blOCK and reflects the growing trend for replacing ball bearing blocks, with "low friction rings", in a whole range of sailing system applications. by Phil Anniss Posted 22 Jan 17:00 GMT Race day is nearly upon us... Race day is nearly upon us... Show your support for the British America's Cup Challenger Show your support and be a part of the team with the new Henri-Lloyd x INEOS TEAM UK merchandise collection. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 22 Jan 15:54 GMT 49th BVI Spring Regatta set for March 2021 49th BVI Spring Regatta set for March 2021 Offering a safe and healthy environment to enjoy sailboat racing Sailing in the beautiful warm waters of the British Virgin Islands as part of the 49th BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival (BVISR) is now possible in accordance with BVI Government protocols currently in place. by Trish Jenkins Posted 22 Jan 13:23 GMT Sail Smarts is back! Sail Smarts is back! National Curriculum Edition - all linked to Sailing and Windsurfing Sail Smarts is back - coming to you every Wednesday, 11am on Youtube! Join us for fun learning and activities linked to the national curriculum. by James Eaves, RYA Posted 22 Jan 11:00 GMT A great weekend ahead in the PRADA Cup A great weekend ahead in the PRADA Cup Press Conference held ahead of Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team and INEOS TEAM UK matches The spotlight is on tomorrow's regatta between Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team and INEOS TEAM UK as it will be a first match point between the two challengers. by PRADA Cup Posted 22 Jan 10:15 GMT Who is the fairest of them all? Who is the fairest of them all? Solo class getting set for the RYA Dinghy Show Concours d'Elegance The RYA Dinghy Show, which, as a result of the pandemic is being held in the virtual World, are running the Concours D'Elegance competition to find who will be the fairest of them all. by Will Loy, NSCA Posted 22 Jan 10:05 GMT Best time ever recorded to the tip of South Africa Best time ever recorded to the tip of South Africa Maxi Edmond de Rothschild has entered the Indian Ocean After 11 days 14 hours and three minutes at sea, Franck Cammas, Charles Caudrelier and their four crew are attacking the Southern Ocean with a lead of more than one day seven hours and 19 minutes over Francis Joyon and the men on Idec Sport. by Gitana Team Posted 22 Jan 09:32 GMT Vendée Globe Day 76 morning update Vendée Globe Day 76 morning update Burton's option pays, now up to second Louis Burton, now up to second, is starting to see his westerly route pay a dividend. He has negotiated the western side of the high pressure zone quickest and into the weekend should see his gains continue, sailing faster and back on a more direct route by Vendée Globe Posted 22 Jan 08:41 GMT Change of fortune needed for rookie 18' Skiff team Change of fortune needed for rookie 18' Skiff team Birkenhead Point Marina campaign suffers from bad luck As the championship end of the 2020-2021 Australian 18ft Skiff Racing Season moves toward the JJ Giltinan world Championship on Sydney Harbour in March, one team looking for a change of fortune is Birkenhead Point Marina. by Frank Quealey Posted 22 Jan 06:21 GMT Prada Cup: Capsize triggers changes to Cup Prada Cup: Capsize triggers changes to Cup Regatta Director Iain Murray has made several changes to the conduct of the Prada and America's Cups Regatta Director Iain Murray has made several changes to the conduct of the Prada and America's Cups, following a review with all involved parties including the competitors. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 21 Jan 22:05 GMT Vendée Globe Day 75: Dalin's lead at 77 miles Vendée Globe Day 75: Dalin's lead at 77 miles All Quiet on the Western Front? The relative silence from among the leaders speaks volumes. Increasingly background activities are pared back to only what is necessary as the solo skippers devote all their energies to weather strategy, keeping fast and managing their energy reserves. by Vendée Globe Posted 21 Jan 18:03 GMT Sea Sure's new RED Performance range Sea Sure's new RED Performance range Enhanced pintles and gudgeons for when only the best will do As an equipment manufacturer we are always on the lookout for feedback and ideas from sailors so that we can make new products or changes to existing ones. by Daniel Henderson, Sea Sure Posted 21 Jan 16:15 GMT Club Zone: Membership Renewal & Retention Club Zone: Membership Renewal & Retention Satisfaction, Engagement & Communication for your members In this week's episode of Club Zone, Rob and Lisa chat about the recent Club Development forums and how you can increase your membership renewal and retention, even in these trying times. by Tom Chamberlain, RYA Posted 21 Jan 16:00 GMT 2021 WASZP Europeans set for Norway in August 2021 WASZP Europeans set for Norway in August Norway has been awarded what will be the biggest WASZP regatta of the season The 2021 European WASZP calendar has taken shape with a full card of events to be announced in the coming days. The flagship event for the season will be the 2021 WASZP European Championships. by Marc Ablett Posted 21 Jan 14:46 GMT Musto Skiff confirms September dates 2021 Worlds Musto Skiff confirms September dates 2021 Worlds Set to take place at Lake Garda, Italy The International Musto Skiff Class Committee has today confirmed that the ACO 11th Musto Skiff World Championships 2021 will be hosted by Fraglia Vela Riva at Lake Garda, Italy, from 25th September to 2nd October 2021. by Natalie Hilton Posted 21 Jan 13:30 GMT Four ways The Ocean Race is helping blue planet Four ways The Ocean Race is helping blue planet In 2021 there needs to be urgent action to help the ocean The Ocean Race has seen firsthand the devastating impact of pollution, plastic, climate change and industrial overfishing on the ocean. by The Ocean Race Posted 21 Jan 12:37 GMT World Sailing launches 2021 eSailing Worlds World Sailing launches 2021 eSailing Worlds The race to win this year's title - and a prize of USD $10,000 - officially begins Launched in partnership between World Sailing, the International Federation for the sport, and Virtual Regatta, the world-leading digital sailing platform, this year will be the fourth season following the launch of the inaugural Championship in 2018. by World Sailing Posted 21 Jan 11:16 GMT Q&A with INEOS TEAM UK's David 'Freddie' Carr Q&A with INEOS TEAM UK's David 'Freddie' Carr What it takes to sail the AC75 BRITANNIA Freddie is one of the more experienced members of the INEOS TEAM UK sailing team, having comped in four previous America's Cup campaigns going back to 2007. by Mark Jardine Posted 21 Jan 09:00 GMT Vendée Globe Day 75 morning update Vendée Globe Day 75 morning update Can a corner be cut? For the leaders who are 1000 or so miles SSW of the Azores this morning this stretch of the Atlantic is not as cooperative as it was forecast to be. by Vendée Globe Posted 21 Jan 08:13 GMT WMRT Tour Cards for the 2021 championship season WMRT Tour Cards for the 2021 championship season Six skippers awarded invitations to the world-championship level events The World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) has announced the six skippers awarded WMRT Tour Cards for the 2021 championship season. by World Tour Match Racing Posted 21 Jan 06:12 GMT Sovereign's Cup 2021 at 30 entries Sovereign's Cup 2021 at 30 entries An encouraging sign more than five months before the event In less than two weeks since registration opened for the O'Leary Insurance Group Sovereign's Cup 2021 30 entries were received. by Michele Kennelly Posted 20 Jan 21:00 GMT SailGP's Season 2 to feature eight global events SailGP's Season 2 to feature eight global events Including 7 new venues from April 2021 to March 2022 SailGP - the sport's pinnacle league, and the first climate positive sports and entertainment property - has announced a full race schedule for its second season, which will feature eight national teams made up of the sport's best athletes. by SailGP Posted 20 Jan 18:35 GMT Vendée Globe Day 74: Seven days to destiny Vendée Globe Day 74: Seven days to destiny Louis Burton could benefit from his position further west but has been slowed for two rankings The race at the front of the Vendée Globe is electrifying. None of the eight previous editions has ever witnessed a race finish as open and intense. by Vendée Globe Posted 20 Jan 18:25 GMT OSTAR and TWOSTAR races are 'all systems go' OSTAR and TWOSTAR races are 'all systems go' The 60th edition is further recognised for its challenges. Following continual communication with the Newport Yacht Club, our Finishing hosts, we are confident that we can provide a COVID safe start and finish to the race. by OSTAR Posted 20 Jan 17:44 GMT Carpentier reflects on RORC Transatlantic Race Carpentier reflects on RORC Transatlantic Race A heavyweight contest between two of the world's best Class40 sailors Antoine Carpentier's Class40 Redman crossed the finish line of the seventh edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race at 04:24 UTC in an elapsed time of 10 days, 18 hours, 24 mins and 13 secs. by Louay Habib Posted 20 Jan 15:26 GMT The eSailing GBR National Championship begins The eSailing GBR National Championship begins An opportunity to race against friends, fellow sailors and real-world Olympic champions Following the huge success of last year's eSailing World and GBR Nationals, the RYA are pleased to once again be partnering with World Sailing and Virtual Regatta, the leading digital sailing platform, for the eSailing GBR National Championship. by Emma Slater Posted 20 Jan 15:20 GMT New dates for 2022 ORC/IRC World Championship New dates for 2022 ORC/IRC World Championship A large fleet is expected to take part in Porto Cervo After consultation between the Federazione Italiana Vela (FIV), the Unione Vela Altura Italiana (UVAI) and the Union Nationale pour la Course au Large, the ORC, the RORC and the YCCS, the dates for the 2022 ORC/IRC World Championship have been changed. by RORC Press Posted 20 Jan 14:06 GMT PlanetSail: What happened to Patriot PlanetSail: What happened to Patriot Prada Cup Round Robin 1 & 2 Analysis Round Robin 1 & 2 of the Prada Cup had delivered an explosive start on the road to the America's Cup. At the end of the opening stages, one team was up, another down and one in the middle. by Matt Sheahan Posted 20 Jan 12:23 GMT 2021 Governor's Cup set for July 26-31, 2021 2021 Governor's Cup set for July 26-31, 2021 The Club will also host the 2021 Youth Match Racing Worlds Balboa Yacht Club has posted all the information necessary for requesting an invitation ("RFI") for the 54th Governor's Cup International Youth Match Racing Championship, July 26-31, 2021, on the event website. by Susan Kenney Posted 20 Jan 11:41 GMT Inclusivity in the sport of sailing Inclusivity in the sport of sailing Webinars by the Scaramouche Sailing Trust hosted by Mark Jardine Scaramouche first made sailing new headlines back in 2017 when they were the first comprehensive state school to compete in the Rolex Fastnet Race in a boat they restored. Since then, they have competed again in 2019 and they have an entry for 2021. by Lou Johnson Posted 20 Jan 10:23 GMT New Irish Flying Fifteen Association President New Irish Flying Fifteen Association President Delayed AGM on the Zoom platform last Wednesday The Flying Fifteen Association of Ireland hosted their delayed AGM on the Zoom platform last Wednesday with a virtual attendance from Dun Laoghaire, Strangford Lough and Dunmore East and, refreshingly, Galway, where there is a significant fleet of boats. by Cormac Bradley Posted 20 Jan 10:05 GMT
The Big Boy - Allen's Biggest Block Yet!Around the world, we are known as a company that produces small boat hardware, but this isn't strictly true. Let us introduce to you to "The Big Boy" just one example of what we can do for bigger boats.The best race of the PRADA Cup so far!For those who got up early in the UK to watch the match-up between INEOS TEAM UK and Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli, it was nail-biting and agonising, with the anticipation only built by the repeated delays.Ronstan SHOCK BlocksThe name of the Ronstan SHOCK Block is derived from SHeaveless blOCK and reflects the growing trend for replacing ball bearing blocks, with "low friction rings", in a whole range of sailing system applications.CamaraderieAs sailors we're incredibly lucky to have two events happening on the world stage which are able to take place in the Covid world.Race day is nearly upon us...Show your support and be a part of the team with the new Henri-Lloyd x INEOS TEAM UK merchandise collection.The aftermath of Patriot's massive capsizeThe PRADA Cup so far has been enthralling and day 3 saw the drama ratchet up to 11 when a vicious squall hit Patriot as she went for a tack then bear away at the final mark, had an issue with the port runner, went for a leap, then crashed down hard.Sea Sure's new RED Performance rangeAs an equipment manufacturer we are always on the lookout for feedback and ideas from sailors so that we can make new products or changes to existing ones.Bob Fisher - The second Wise and Witty ManKey influencers in the world of UK dinghy sailing, like London buses, can often come in twos, with the best example of this being how the development of the sport here was driven by the shared presence of not just Jack Holt, but Ian Proctor.Q&A with INEOS TEAM UK's David 'Freddie' CarrFreddie is one of the more experienced members of the INEOS TEAM UK sailing team, having comped in four previous America's Cup campaigns going back to 2007.Speed = Smile on the DialFlying Nikka, the MW40OF Offshore 40 footer, I feel the need…, and David Henshall's The Greed for Speed are unequivocally all about this very subject. Of course, there are also two events in play at the present, the Vendée Globe and America's Cup...New Irish Flying Fifteen Association PresidentThe Flying Fifteen Association of Ireland hosted their delayed AGM on the Zoom platform last Wednesday with a virtual attendance from Dun Laoghaire, Strangford Lough and Dunmore East and, refreshingly, Galway, where there is a significant fleet of boats.Jack Knights - Witty Wise Man40 years ago in early January, the sport of sailing lost one of its keenest and most observant commentators, when the UK magazine 'Yachts & Yachting' columnist Jack Knights died suddenly at just 51 years of age.Win a Henri-Lloyd INEOS TEAM UK Crew CapWith INEOS TEAM UK flying high in the America's Cup and Henri-Lloyd's long-awaited launch of the Official Henri-Lloyd INEOS TEAM UK merchandise collection, here's your chance to win one of two Henri-Lloyd INEOS TEAM UK Crew Caps signed by Ben Ainslie!Simon 'Fumesy' Russell passes awayOne of sailing's great characters has been taken from us by Covid. Simon Russell, known by all as Fumesy, suddenly passed away on Tuesday.Boat Maintenance and Lockdown SplicingAs we enter lockdown there is a lot we can do to prepare for the season ahead. With every repair, upgrade, knot, clean and fix, we can be that much closer to getting back out onto the water in the safest, most practical and thrilling way.The Only Way Is Up!After the year we've all been through we're all hoping this to be the case, and in the sailing world there are many current examples where the saying is both physically and metaphorically true.