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Superyacht Cup Palma hits its stride Superyacht Cup Palma hits its stride Kiboko 3 and Savannah stars of the show in classes A and B The entire Superyacht Cup fleet made the Bay of Palma their arena today as Europe's longest-running superyacht regatta hit its stride with another day of sparkling Mallorcan sailing conditions. by Daphne Morgan Barnicoat Posted 30 Jun 20:54 BST Explore Zhik's Eco Spandex Collection Explore Zhik's Eco Spandex Collection Made from Repreve®, the world's leading brand of recycled fibre Zhik's ECO Spandex range is made from Repreve®, the world's leading brand of recycled fibres and is designed with no compromise on performance. The new ECO Spandex range provides lightweight body coverage and unrestricted movement. by Zhik Posted 30 Jun 20:00 BST RS200 Women's Weekend entry closes 3rd July RS200 Women's Weekend entry closes 3rd July Taking place at Itchenor SC on 9th & 10th July The RS200 has always been known as a female-friendly class, and this year there are a record 111 female sailors amongst the 138 boats signed up for the Noble Marine Rooster RS200 Nationals at Hayling Island, but there's always room for more! by Sally Campbell Posted 30 Jun 16:23 BST Foiling Film Festival, first edition winners Foiling Film Festival, first edition winners Announced last night during 2022 Foiling Week on Lake Garda The Foiling Film Festival has found its winners. Last night, in the 14th-century Palazzo dei Capitani in Malcesine, the awards ceremony of the first edition of the world festival entirely dedicated to the cinematography of "flying boats" took place. by Foiling Week Posted 30 Jun 15:21 BST First Finn World Masters set to begin in Helsinki First Finn World Masters set to begin in Helsinki Opening this weekend with around 125 sailors from 22 countries expected to take part Seventy years ago the Finn changed sailing history and put in its first appearance at the Olympic Games in Helsinki, Finland. by Robert Deaves Posted 30 Jun 15:19 BST Cowes Classics Week 2022 Day 3 Cowes Classics Week 2022 Day 3 Lighter South Westerly winds give an easier day's racing Day 3 of Cowes Classics Week saw South Westerly winds from 8 to 15 knots and some sun, giving competitors an easier day's racing and enabling two races for the classic dayboats on the bank and one longer race for the classic yachts. by Giles Peckham Posted 30 Jun 12:53 BST How to Anchor Your Boat the Eco-Friendly Way How to Anchor Your Boat the Eco-Friendly Way Protect the seagrass which captures carbon faster than rainforests Anchoring can be a necessary and efficient way to secure your boat in certain circumstances, but it can also damage the seabed if not done properly. There are eco-friendly ways to anchor your boat that will help preserve the seabed. by Naomi Copperweight Posted 30 Jun 12:00 BST B&G software update offers exciting new features B&G software update offers exciting new features A key software update for Summer 2022 released B&G® has released a key software update for Summer 2022 for its displays and instruments providing several upgrades for sailors utilizing the B&G Nemesis™ and Triton 2 Instruments, and B&G Zeus™ multifunction displays. by B&G Posted 30 Jun 07:09 BST Solent Sunbeams at Itchenor Keelboat Week Solent Sunbeams at Itchenor Keelboat Week A large fleet enjoys incredibly close racing A large fleet of 22 Solent Sunbeams enjoyed glorious sunny conditions for Itchenor Sailing Club's Keelboat Week held from June 13-17. The racing was incredibly close with 4 boats still with a chance of winning the regatta with one race to go. by Nick Leach Posted 30 Jun 06:15 BST Topaz on top at Superyacht Cup Palma Topaz on top at Superyacht Cup Palma After the opening two races While it was the new owners and crew of Svea that took first blood, winning the first J Class race of the 2022 Superyacht Cup Palma today, it is Topaz which are the early overall leaders. by J Class Posted 30 Jun 05:57 BST 2022 ORC Worlds at Porto Cervo day 5 2022 ORC Worlds at Porto Cervo day 5 Classic Costa Smeralda weather greeted the fleet Classic Costa Smeralda weather greeted the fleet today on Day 5 of the 2022 ORC World Championship, held at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS). by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 29 Jun 23:53 BST SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 preview SSL Gold Cup QS Round 4 preview Oman joins Central American showdown After a two week break, the SSL Gold Cup Qualifying Series resumes in Grandson, on Lake Neuchatel. For Round 4, SSL Team Mexico, SSL Team Guatemala and SSL Team Cuba have crossed the Atlantic Ocean from Central America in search of glory. by SSL Gold Cup Posted 29 Jun 22:16 BST Starcross Yacht Club celebrating 250 years Starcross Yacht Club celebrating 250 years The first sailing club to be founded in England Starcross Yacht Club was the first sailing club to be founded in England, and is celebrating its 250th Anniversary in July. by Ian Purvis Posted 29 Jun 19:46 BST J Class open Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 J Class open Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 Svea and Topaz take race wins, Ranger and Velsheda keep the pressure on Superyacht Cup Palma 2022 got off to a flying start today with a quartet of J Class yachts conducting a superb symphony of sail racing out on the Bay of Palma to launch the latest edition of Europe's longest-running superyacht regatta. by Daphne Morgan Barnicoat Posted 29 Jun 19:36 BST #boatgen announces next participation day #boatgen announces next participation day Children and young adults are encouraged to sign-up to have a taste of being out on the water #boatgen, a not-for-profit initiative, delivered in partnership by boatfolk and The Andrew Simpson Foundation (ASF), is hosting its next free youth participation event at Haslar Marina, Portsmouth, on 16th July 2022. by Liberty Ash Posted 29 Jun 19:30 BST 44Cup: who will win in Marstrand this week? 44Cup: who will win in Marstrand this week? Visitors to this favourite holiday hotspot will also get to witness the 44Cup Marstrand July begins and so too the holidays in Sweden, with a deluge of tourists set to descend on western Sweden's most picturesque island of Marstrand for the first official weekend of the summer. by 44Cup Posted 29 Jun 19:21 BST Frensham Pond 2.4mR Open Frensham Pond 2.4mR Open Starting with a coaching session by Megan Pascoe on Friday evening The 2022 2.4mR Open Meeting started with a coaching session on Friday evening given by our own World and European Champion, Megan Pascoe. For a number of us this involved a major change in the way we sailed the boat, more twist was the watchword. by Paul Schroeder Posted 29 Jun 19:14 BST Pro Sailing Tour Episode 3 in Bay of Saint-Brieuc Pro Sailing Tour Episode 3 in Bay of Saint-Brieuc The seven foiling Ocean Fifty trimarans will descend on Saint-Quay-Portrieux With Bonifacio and Brest in the rearview mirror, offshore racing's most captivating new competition, the Pro Sailing Tour, reaches the halfway point of the intense two-month circuit that spans venues in the Mediterranean, Atlantic and English Channel. by Pro Sailing Tour Posted 29 Jun 18:01 BST Ultra Protection from Musto - Sunblock Ultra Protection from Musto - Sunblock Ultraviolet Protection Factor to keep you safe in any activity With the arrival of Summer its important to protect your skin against those harmful UV rays. Musto's selection of sunblock tops carry an Ultraviolet Protection Factor to keep you safe in any activity, whether on land or sea. by Musto Posted 29 Jun 17:01 BST Edinburgh Regatta 2022 at Granton, Edinburgh Edinburgh Regatta 2022 at Granton, Edinburgh Delighted to receive 26 entries as the event happens for the first time since 2019 The Edinburgh Regatta took place on 25/26 June at Granton, Edinburgh, jointly hosted by Royal Forth YC and Forth Corinthians YC. It was last held in 2019 like so many other events. by Sarah Robertson Posted 29 Jun 16:55 BST Cowes Classics Week 2022 Day 2 Cowes Classics Week 2022 Day 2 A great but hard day's racing in winds of up to 20 knots Day 2 of Cowes Classics Week saw South South Westerly winds of up to 20 knots and some sun, giving the competitors a great but hard day's racing and enabling two good races for the classic dayboats on the bank and one longer race for the classic yachts. by Giles Peckham Posted 29 Jun 16:47 BST Volvo 29er Europeans Opening Ceremony Volvo 29er Europeans Opening Ceremony The event opens with festive tones and beach vibes Yesterday, the 29er European Championships in Rungsted was opened in the most festive way. Claus Ladefoged, Volvo 29er European Championship Event Director, wanted to embrace the fleet being back together after more than two years of restrictions. by 29er Class & Royal Danish Yacht Club Posted 29 Jun 16:31 BST North West Senior Travellers at Hollingworth Lake North West Senior Travellers at Hollingworth Lake Strong winds, unlike the previous events in the series The North West Senior Travellers series reached its mid point of the season with an event at Hollingworth Lake Sailing Club on Tuesday 28th June. by Dave Woodhead Posted 29 Jun 16:09 BST Comet Duo 2022 'Worlds' at Cransley Comet Duo 2022 'Worlds' at Cransley Tempestuous squally winds with some wicked wind changes Since 2016, Cransley Sailing Club has hosted their own Worlds, incorporating the National Championship, for the Comet Duos. On Sunday 26th June we saw the latest event take place in tempestuous squally winds (Force 4-5), with some wicked wind changes. by Nigel Austin Posted 29 Jun 15:59 BST 2022 D-Zero Nationals at Brixham 2022 D-Zero Nationals at Brixham Nick Craig shows the way on a windy long weekend The 2022 D-Zero Nationals at Brixham Yacht Club, kindly supported by Barracuda Bay beachwear, kicked off on Thursday evening with everyone searching for a forecast they liked but one thing was for sure, it was going to blow! by UK D-Zero Class Association Posted 29 Jun 14:31 BST Record entries for 2022 Foiling Week on Lake Garda Record entries for 2022 Foiling Week on Lake Garda More than 200 foilers from 21 nations around the world Foiling Week 2022 regattas begin tomorrow, June 30, and until Sunday, July 3, Fraglia Vela Malcesine will host more than 200 foilers from 21 nations around the world. by Foiling Week Posted 29 Jun 13:19 BST Understanding safety onboard Understanding safety onboard With Ocean Safety Ambassador Dee Caffari MBE and Ocean Safety MD Alistair Hackett YachtsandYachting.com's Mark Jardine talks to Ocean Safety Ambassador Dee Caffari MBE and Ocean Safety MD Alistair Hackett to get a better understanding of the safety features needed onboard yachts. by Ocean Safety Posted 29 Jun 12:00 BST Fatigue in solo offshore sailing? Fatigue in solo offshore sailing? Fatigue management, cognitive performance and emotional strains in solo offshore racing There is a fundamentally different element in solo offshore sailboat racing compared to 'just' sailing alone across the ocean; fatigue management. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 29 Jun 11:21 BST Golden Globe Race entrants struggle to make start Golden Globe Race entrants struggle to make start A respectable fleet will remain, for what is an extreme nine month challenge The 1968 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race was the first ever yacht race around the world. Nine started and only one finished. The 50th Anniversary 2018 Golden Globe had 18 starters and only five finished. by Don McIntyre Posted 29 Jun 10:16 BST Solo WindFoil Round the Isle of Wight Solo WindFoil Round the Isle of Wight Ben Clothier completes the lap in 5 hours 9 minutes I've been warming up to this for the last couple of years by testing kit and endurance, making trips around Hayling Island. However, the big goal was always to Windfoil around the Isle of Wight. by Ben Clothier Posted 29 Jun 09:25 BST Supernova Traveller Series at Winsford Flash Supernova Traveller Series at Winsford Flash Special awards for two helms who learned to sail only the year before Winsford Flash Sailing Club welcomed 18 entries to their inaugural Supernova Open Meeting. Boats came from Bartley, Burton, Carsington, Cotswold and Girton to compliment the Winsford Fleet. There was healthy mix of Mark 1 and Mark 2 boats. by Charlotte Coop Posted 29 Jun 09:05 BST ILCA Super GP at Carsington ILCA Super GP at Carsington Two days of sailing, one been coached, one putting it into practice So what is a Super GP? Two days of sailing, one been coached, one putting it into practice! Supported by the class association, the UKLA. by Joe Scurrah Posted 29 Jun 08:58 BST RS Aero Worlds at Cascade Locks day 3 RS Aero Worlds at Cascade Locks day 3 The much-anticipated long distance race Tuesday was the RS Aero Worlds 2022's much-anticipated long distance race, an idea hatched and planned from three years out. by RS Aero International Class Association Posted 29 Jun 08:31 BST Maxime Sorel: an IMOCA class complete professional Maxime Sorel: an IMOCA class complete professional The big step from being one of the pack to becoming a performer You only have to look at Maxime Sorel's impressive Class 40 career to know that this 35-year Frenchman is a highly competitive sailor who is more than capable of reaching the podium in major IMOCA races. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 29 Jun 08:08 BST Para Kiteboarding special feature Para Kiteboarding special feature World Sailing CEO declares "big future" for Para Kiteboarding World Sailing's 1st ever Para Kiteboarding Development Programme concluded after 4 days of action on Lake Garda, where 11 coaches & athletes from 7 countries were put through their paces as part of World Sailing's vision to increase growth by World Sailing Posted 29 Jun 08:06 BST Shearwater TT at Newhaven & Seaford Shearwater TT at Newhaven & Seaford Apprehension was certainly in the air Nine Shearwaters excited but apprehensive arrived at Newhaven & Seaford Sailing Club for the third TT of the 2022 series. Apprehension was certainly in the air as the time for launching approached. by Sam Vaughan Posted 29 Jun 05:50 BST ILCA Grand Prix Open at Lancing ILCA Grand Prix Open at Lancing Plenty of breeze and sunshine The forecast for Sunday 26th June was set for a 18-20 knot South Westerly breeze with plenty of sunshine and the day itself did not disappoint. by Andy Carter, Race Officer Posted 29 Jun 05:31 BST Memorial race for LRYSA's John Buckingham Memorial race for LRYSA's John Buckingham A special racing event on Saturday 25th June in memory of its joint founder Leicestershire and Rutland Youth Sailing Association (LRYSA) held a special racing event on Saturday 25th June in memory of its joint founder John Buckingham. by Jill Magee, LRYSA Posted 29 Jun 05:24 BST B&G® announce partnership with Pip Hare B&G® announce partnership with Pip Hare Pip prepares her new IMOCA 60 Medallia with the latest marine electronics for racing B&G®, the world's leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist, on Tuesday announced its partnership with Pip Hare, a British professional sailor for over 25 years, and in 2020 completed her dream of competing in the Vendee Globe. by B&G Posted 29 Jun 05:06 BST NZSailGP Team: Chicago, Healthy Ocean, Liv Mackay NZSailGP Team: Chicago, Healthy Ocean, Liv Mackay A trans-Tasman battle in Chicago, Voices for a Healthy Ocean, Liv Mackay's rise to a pro sailor New Zealand SailGP team news covering the trans-Tasman battle in Chicago; Voices for a Healthy Ocean; and Liv Mackay's rise to a pro sailor campaigning on the ETF26 and SailGP regatta circuits. by New Zealand SailGP Posted 29 Jun 04:22 BST 5 5 Metre Scandinavian Gold Cup overall 5 5 Metre Scandinavian Gold Cup overall Jean Genie becomes first British boat to win the event Jean Genie (GBR 42, Elliot Hanson, Andrew Palfrey, Sam Haines) has made history by winning the Scandinavian Gold Cup at Hankø Yacht Club, Norway, after two more races were sailed on Tuesday. by Robert Deaves Posted 28 Jun 23:10 BST 2022 ORC Worlds at Porto Cervo day 4 2022 ORC Worlds at Porto Cervo day 4 Both the Race Committee and the 69 competing teams kept busy After a long day today, organizers at Yacht Club Costa Smeralda will also continue inshore racing tomorrow in Day 5 of the Championship. by Offshore Racing Congress Posted 28 Jun 22:42 BST Ridgeway GP14 Irish Nationals preview Ridgeway GP14 Irish Nationals preview A prelude to the GP14 Worlds down in Skerries mid-August The Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club is hosting the Ridgeway GP14 Irish National Championship this coming weekend on Belfast Lough, over 40 boats expected on the start line for this event and a prelude to the GP14 Worlds down in Skerries mid-August. by Gerry Reid Posted 28 Jun 18:43 BST 2022 J/70 UK National Championship Preview 2022 J/70 UK National Championship Preview Being held as part of the Key Yachting J-Cup The 2022 J/70 UK National Championships will take place 30th June - Saturday 2nd July as part of the Key Yachting J-Cup, organised by the Royal Ocean Racing Club. by Louay Habib Posted 28 Jun 18:24 BST Salcombe Gin Merlin Rocket Week runners and riders Salcombe Gin Merlin Rocket Week runners and riders 120 boats will race in 4 flights as usual, with prizes from Salcombe Gin Sunday 3 July will see the first start gun of the ever-popular Salcombe Merlin Week. Again, the week is generously sponsored by Salcombe Gin, a local success story, rapidly expanding globally. Salcombe Gin will be providing prizes. by Tim Fells Posted 28 Jun 16:55 BST Chichester Harbour Race Week preview Chichester Harbour Race Week preview Last year saw 383 boats crewed by almost 600 sailors from 65 clubs The UK's pre-eminent sailing harbour will again be the setting for the country's most well-attended open regatta when Chichester Harbour Race Week takes to the water this August. by Simon Radford Posted 28 Jun 15:32 BST Northants Youth Series Round 2 at Hollowell Northants Youth Series Round 2 at Hollowell Warm weather, bright sunshine and plenty of wind for the sailors Warm weather, bright sunshine and plenty of wind greeted sailors for the second round of the Northants Youth Series. Sailors attended from Banbury, Draycote, Cransley, Hollowell and Northampton sailing clubs. by Norman Byrd Posted 28 Jun 15:05 BST Starcross Junior Regatta Entries Open Starcross Junior Regatta Entries Open Four fun-filled days on the Exe in beautiful Devon The renowned Starcross Junior Regatta is back, for four fun-filled days on the Exe in beautiful Devon. by Peter Solly Posted 28 Jun 14:52 BST
Explore Zhik's Eco Spandex CollectionZhik's ECO Spandex range is made from Repreve®, the world's leading brand of recycled fibres and is designed with no compromise on performance. The new ECO Spandex range provides lightweight body coverage and unrestricted movement.Understanding safety onboardYachtsandYachting.com's Mark Jardine talks to Ocean Safety Ambassador Dee Caffari MBE and Ocean Safety MD Alistair Hackett to get a better understanding of the safety features needed onboard yachts.How to Anchor Your Boat the Eco-Friendly WayAnchoring can be a necessary and efficient way to secure your boat in certain circumstances, but it can also damage the seabed if not done properly. There are eco-friendly ways to anchor your boat that will help preserve the seabed.The utterly brilliant Foiling SuMoth ChallengeThe Foiling SuMoth Challenge is a competition inspired by the need of a more sustainable and efficient sailboat designs and manufacturing methods.B&G software update offers exciting new featuresB&G® has released a key software update for Summer 2022 for its displays and instruments providing several upgrades for sailors utilizing the B&G Nemesis™ and Triton 2 Instruments, and B&G Zeus™ multifunction displays.A Fine LineAs the world around us reblooms after the constraints of lockdown, there is plenty of food for thought surrounding the debate as to something of a reset for dinghy racing. Older sailors talk in nostalgic terms of the delights of the 'golden era'.Ultra Protection from Musto - SunblockWith the arrival of Summer its important to protect your skin against those harmful UV rays. Musto's selection of sunblock tops carry an Ultraviolet Protection Factor to keep you safe in any activity, whether on land or sea.Not just another...…case of miscellaneous ramblings. I mean, yes, you might say that, but you could well have missed the point right there.B&G® announce partnership with Pip HareB&G®, the world's leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist, on Tuesday announced its partnership with Pip Hare, a British professional sailor for over 25 years, and in 2020 completed her dream of competing in the Vendee Globe.How high is too high?Inflation, the cost of living, energy and travel costs are all weighing heavily on people's minds around the world. Sailing is in no way insulated from the problems in the world at the moment.Reignite your passionIt can be easy to get stuck in the same routine day in and day out. There may be a point where you start to think, 'does this role fulfil me?'. If so, now is your time to break free from the mundane and find a job that excites you.The road to responsibilityAchieving the goal of becoming a responsible technical clothing brand is hard. If it was easy then every manufacturer would do it in an instant and shout from the tallest building that their clothing was 100% green, carbon neutral and recyclable.Henri-Lloyd Customer FavouritesTimeless, high performing designs, chosen and worn by you. Take a look at some of our customer favourites below and get ready to love any weather.Short and sweet.Well this particular missive certainly will be. Yes. I know. A bit of a departure from some, for sure, but never fear. It does not mean anything, other than this is just shorter…The Musto Evolution CollectionInspired by Musto's iconic sailing ranges, the Evolution Collection features technical fabrics developed into everyday wear. Find your style this Summer.Timeless designsIt's hard to believe that two of the most popular dinghies were designed over 50 years ago. Between the Hobie 16 and the ILCA over 350,000 have been produced; what is even more remarkable is that they are still going strong.