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B14 Europeans and Nationals at Torquay B14 Europeans and Nationals at Torquay Four days of 'windy' for the fleet in the English Riviera Royal Torbay Yacht Club welcomed the B14s to the English Rivera for what promised to be a full on four days of sailing in the stunning waters of Torbay in south Devon. by Crispin Taylor Posted 20 Jun 12:51 BST Father and son arrive into Washington, D.C Father and son arrive into Washington, D.C This remarkable journey marks their participation in the penultimate leg of the Clipper Race Niel and Ben Holt from Maulden, Bedfordshire, have successfully sailed over 7,000 nautical miles from Seattle to Washington, D.C, navigating through the Panama Canal in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. by Clipper Ventures Posted 20 Jun 12:19 BST Miracle and Mirror Open at Whitefriars Miracle and Mirror Open at Whitefriars Including the Miracle Southern Area Championship Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June saw Whitefriars SC hosting the joint Mirror & Miracle Open Meeting, an event which doubled up as the Miracle Southern Area Championship. by David Dyson Posted 20 Jun 10:48 BST RS Aero Europeans at Carnac Preview RS Aero Europeans at Carnac Preview The venue has special memories for the International RS Aero Class 112 RS Aeros from 14 nations will contest the RS Aero European Championships in Carnac, France, from 21-24 June. Carnac has special memories for the International RS Aero Class, having hosted our first RS Aero World Championship in 2017. by RS Aero International Class Association Posted 20 Jun 10:27 BST The 5 Minute Warning The 5 Minute Warning Andy Rice & Matt Sheahan's 5min racing update Sailjuice's Andy Rice is back from a sub-par performance at the Musto Skiff Nationals in Yorkshire, but PlanetSail's Matt Sheahan is flying high at the Open Class gliding National Championships in the Cotswolds, when the weather allows, that is. by PlanetSail Posted 20 Jun 09:48 BST Daniel Ricciardo and Marc Márquez race AC40s Daniel Ricciardo and Marc Márquez race AC40s In Alinghi Red Bull Racing boats ahead of Spanish Grand Prix this weekend Motorsport champions Daniel Ricciardo and Marc Márquez trade the track for sea, for a high-speed sailing race yesterday in Barcelona with America's Cup team Alinghi Red Bull Racing. by Alinghi Red Bull Racing Posted 20 Jun 08:24 BST Rooster Southern Topper Travellers at Stokes Bay Rooster Southern Topper Travellers at Stokes Bay 35 sailors enjoy perfect central Solent conditions Stokes Bay Sailing Club was host to the third event of this year's Rooster Southern Topper Traveller Series. Thankfully the wind had abated overnight, so the thirty-five sailors could enjoy perfect Stokes Bay conditions with a 15-20knots South Westerly. by Bruce Keen Posted 20 Jun 07:27 BST Hartley Boats Blaze Nationals Runners and Riders Hartley Boats Blaze Nationals Runners and Riders The fleet will start racing at Pembrokeshire Yacht Club on Friday The 2024 edition of the Hartley Boats Blaze National Championship will take place at Pembrokeshire Yacht Club, between 21st and 23rd of June, 2024. by Petru Balau Posted 20 Jun 06:47 BST Wolff, Hamilton & Russell take flight Wolff, Hamilton & Russell take flight With Ben Ainslie's INEOS Britannia in Barcelona Today, Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell with Team Principal and CEO Toto Wolff visited INEOS Britannia at their base in Barcelona as preparations continue ahead of the 37th America's Cup. by INEOS Britannia Posted 19 Jun 21:13 BST Superyacht Cup Palma 2024 Day 1 Superyacht Cup Palma 2024 Day 1 Svea doubles down in the J Class The Superyacht Cup Palma got under way in fine style on Wednesday with the J Class again demonstrating what makes them such an eye-catching addition to any regatta, putting on a show of elegance and power with two windward-leeward races. by The Superyacht Cup Palma Posted 19 Jun 20:58 BST Stewart Brewing Squib UK Nationals day 3 Stewart Brewing Squib UK Nationals day 3 A long wait for the breeze to fill in on the Firth of Forth This morning there was absolutely no wind on the Firth of Forth, so the Squib owners and their crews were kept ashore until about one o'clock. by Vincent Delany Posted 19 Jun 20:45 BST 44Cup Marstrand under starters orders 44Cup Marstrand under starters orders Annual waterborne pilgrimage to the paradise island on Sweden's rocky west coast Racing sets sail tomorrow in Marstrand, Sweden on the third event of the 2024 44Cup following on from Puerto Calero, Lanzarote and Baiona in northwest Spain. by 44Cup Posted 19 Jun 18:49 BST Man Overboard on Walkabout IV Man Overboard on Walkabout IV During the 2024 Round the Island Race Photographer Caitlin D'Arcy was down at St Catherine's Point on the Isle of Wight, watching the Round the Island Race, when she watched a man overboard situation unfold. She picks up the story to tell us what happened. by Caitlin D'Arcy Posted 19 Jun 17:27 BST 12mR World Championship Porquerolles Day 2 12mR World Championship Porquerolles Day 2 An 'autumnal' atmosphere with misty skies and heavy seas Good start! Good start! Here we go for the first day of racing at the 12mR World Championship in Porquerolles. At 10.05am, the race committee gave the first start to the only race of the day. by Soazig Guého Posted 19 Jun 16:35 BST Knox-Johnston Cup returning to the Solent Knox-Johnston Cup returning to the Solent Flagship race aims to reignite the joy of big boat racing Run by Clipper Events and named in honour of founder Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, the flagship race aims to reignite the joy of big boat racing through an exhilarating weekend of racing, socialising, camaraderie and networking. by Tina Newton Posted 19 Jun 16:11 BST Arden Estate Agents Sponsors Barnt Green sailing Arden Estate Agents Sponsors Barnt Green sailing Official sponsor of the Spring and Summer Racing Series Barnt Green Sailing Club is excited to announce Arden Estate Agents as the official sponsor of the Spring and Summer Racing Series. This partnership exemplifies the club's commitment to fostering community connections. by Simon Morris Posted 19 Jun 15:40 BST Cape 31 Med Circuit Round 5 at Imperia, Italy Cape 31 Med Circuit Round 5 at Imperia, Italy Shotgunn wins after eipc long weekend Over the weekend, the beautiful coastal town of Imperia hosted Round Five of the Cape 31 Race Circuit in the Med June 14th to 16th. by Cape 31 Class Posted 19 Jun 14:55 BST Dri-Fast Polos, Tees, Explorer Shorts & Trousers Dri-Fast Polos, Tees, Explorer Shorts & Trousers Year round comfort and performance from Henri-Lloyd Having the perfect pair of 'go-to' shorts and choice of technical tops is now even easier, thanks to the new range of Dri-Fast Polos, Tee shirts and Explorer shorts and trousers from British sailing brand Henri-Lloyd. by Henri-Lloyd Posted 19 Jun 14:07 BST Leigh & Lowton S2S Race Leigh & Lowton S2S Race Toddbrook/Combs win at the third attempt! They did it! After coming a close second to Leigh & Lowton in the last 2 events, Toddbrook/Combs claimed overall victory in the 2024 S2S event. by Richard Catchpole Posted 19 Jun 11:51 BST Tom Hicks Round the Island Race Photo Gallery Pt.2 Tom Hicks Round the Island Race Photo Gallery Pt.2 More stunning photos of Saturday's race from the top yachting photographer More stunning photos from top yachting photographer Tom Hicks, who was out braving the high winds and huge seas on Saturday for the 2024 Round the Island Race. by Tom Hicks Posted 19 Jun 11:34 BST Jérôme Delire enters the GSC 2027-2028 Jérôme Delire enters the GSC 2027-2028 Bringing a wealth of experience and a profound love for solo sailing to the event The Global Solo Challenge (GSC) is proud to announce the 6th official entry for the 2027-2028 edition: Belgian sailor Jérôme Delire. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 19 Jun 10:45 BST Crémer fulfills requirements for Vendée Globe Crémer fulfills requirements for Vendée Globe After 14 days of intense and sometimes frustrating sailing across the Atlantic Last Thursday evening, after 14 days of intense and sometimes frustrating sailing across the Atlantic, Clarisse Crémer crossed the finish line of the New York Vendée, the final transatlantic race required for her to be in the 'safe zone'. by L'Occitane Sailing Team Posted 19 Jun 10:30 BST Scottish Solo Travellers at Helensburgh Scottish Solo Travellers at Helensburgh The forecast was for lots of wind from the west, and it proved to be accurate Once again the Scottish Solo fleet travelled to Helensburgh for the latest in the HD Sails travellers series. As well as a warm welcome from the club there are several Solos here and the race management is excellent. by Ross Watson Posted 19 Jun 10:14 BST The latest kit for summer boating, rain or shine The latest kit for summer boating, rain or shine Our pick of the latest kit Summer's finally here and the season is in full swing. Here's our pick of the latest kit for racing, cruising and enjoying the water, rain or shine. by Sarah Heron Posted 19 Jun 10:00 BST Hartley Boats Contender British Nationals overall Hartley Boats Contender British Nationals overall Final day battle for the title at Paignton After a rather epic day on the water, the final day of the nationals arrived. Overnight the results showed it was really a two horse race going in to the last day with both Graeme and Ed having a chance to win the event. by Simon Mussell Posted 19 Jun 09:42 BST Stewart Brewing Squib UK Nationals day 2 Stewart Brewing Squib UK Nationals day 2 Thundery conditions with black clouds coming in from the North Sea on the Firth of Forth On Tuesday on the Firth of Forth there were thundery conditions with black clouds coming in from the North Sea. PRO Howard Steavenson kept the elite Squib fleet ashore for about an hour due to lack of wind on the Firth. by Vincent Delany Posted 19 Jun 09:22 BST Topper SW Traveller at Dittisham Topper SW Traveller at Dittisham A weekend of training and racing The South West Traveller Series was kindly hosted by Dittisham Sailing Club for a weekend of training and racing on the 15th and 16th of June. by Charlie MacKenzie Posted 19 Jun 08:19 BST British Keelboat League Qualifier 4 at Marconi British Keelboat League Qualifier 4 at Marconi Royal Thames Yacht Club claims win on the East Coast The Royal Thames Yacht Club has secured a ticket to the British Keelboat League finals after taking victory in round four of the series at Marconi-Stone on the East Coast. by British Keelboat League Posted 19 Jun 07:11 BST First all-Canadian team wins 8th Race to Alaska First all-Canadian team wins 8th Race to Alaska The victorious Team Malolo is the first all-Canadian crew to bring home the grand prize Team Malolo has won the eighth running of the Race to Alaska (R2AK), finishing at 02:36 pm on June 17, 2024, sailed and pedaled by skipper Duncan Gladman and crewmembers Paul Gibson, Becky Kelly, and Matthew Macatee. by Northwest Maritime Center Posted 19 Jun 00:23 BST 12mR World Championship Porquerolles Day 1 12mR World Championship Porquerolles Day 1 No racing today with strong winds and a chaotic sea state No racing this Tuesday in Porquerolles. With a strong wind, chaotic seas bleached by the sheep and waves between 80 centimetres and one meter, the race committee for the 12mR Worlds took the wise decision at 12:00 to cancel the scheduled races. by Soazig Guého Posted 18 Jun 19:02 BST Waveney & Oulton Broad Streaker Open Waveney & Oulton Broad Streaker Open Some good planing opportunities downwind 8 local boats were joined by 6 visitors for the Streaker open meeting at Waveney & Oulton Broad Y.C. on Saturday 15th June. This event counts towards the HD Sails Southern Paddle series. by Veronica Falat Posted 18 Jun 18:12 BST Derbyshire Youth Sailing at Glossop Derbyshire Youth Sailing at Glossop Brisk and challenging conditions for the sailors It really is shaping up to be an amazing year for our Derbyshire Youth Sailors. Just over half way through the season, with 6 events already taken place, and we have 6 different winners, it really is all to play for now. by Joanne Hill Posted 18 Jun 18:05 BST Yeoman & Kinsman Nationals Yeoman & Kinsman Nationals And Keelboat Open at Norfolk Punt Club On the whole, the real-live weather wasn't quite as wild as the forecast predicted, but the game sailors who turned up to Barton Broad for Norfolk Punt Club's Yeoman & Kinsman Nationals and Keelboat Open were treated to a veritable medley of weather. by Rachel Clayton Posted 18 Jun 17:43 BST ILCAs at the Queen Mary Summer Series Week 3 ILCAs at the Queen Mary Summer Series Week 3 Two races held in a gusty and shifty westerly breeze 22 ILCA7s and 3 ILCA6s went out in a 10-15 knots gusty and shifty westerly breeze, completing one 3-lap race and one 4-lap race. by Dick Soderberg Posted 18 Jun 17:16 BST Welcome to The '64 collection! Welcome to The '64 collection! Developed by Musto's designers with their clothing archive in mind The '64 collection was developed by Musto's designers with our clothing archive in mind. Inspired by the brand's rich history, celebrating its successes both on and off the water with a nod to vintage styles from decades past. by Musto Posted 18 Jun 16:05 BST RC Laser Summer 2 Series at Fleetwood week 1 RC Laser Summer 2 Series at Fleetwood week 1 With the wind forever increasing in strength a couple of 'D' rigs were brought out The showers had just about died out on arrival, to leave us with a nice Blowy Westerly. No need for the big sails today and it was a decider for the next 2 sail sizes, giving us a mix for the first couple of races. by Tony Wilson Posted 18 Jun 14:25 BST International 14 Prince of Wales Cup International 14 Prince of Wales Cup A test of skill and endurance in blustery conditions for the UK Nationals title The International 14 is a special boat in so many ways. On the one hand its evolving rules and scope for different hull, rig, foil and sail designs keep it at the forefront of sailing's technological advances. by UK International 14 Association Posted 18 Jun 13:53 BST Try a 2.4mR Day at Broxbourne SC this Saturday Try a 2.4mR Day at Broxbourne SC this Saturday Welcoming anyone who fancies a trial sail The 2.4mR class are holding a 'Try out a 2.4mR. day' at Broxbourne Sailing Club this Saturday 22nd June and would welcome anyone who fancies a trial sail. There will be a small fleet delivered and rigged ready to go plus owners on site to assist. by Bruce Hill Posted 18 Jun 13:31 BST 2000 Class Latitude Series at Thornton Steward 2000 Class Latitude Series at Thornton Steward The first time the club has hosted an open event for any class Nestled on the edge of the North Yorkshire Dales, 6 miles west of the A1(M) and Bedale, this modest reservoir played host to the 2nd event of the 2024 Latitude Series, sponsored by Lakes Mortgages. by Mike McEwing Posted 18 Jun 13:21 BST Historic Edinburgh Cup and Centenary Celebrations Historic Edinburgh Cup and Centenary Celebrations The picturesque coastal village of Abersoch is set to host a momentous event The picturesque coastal village of Abersoch is set to host a momentous event in the world of keelboat racing: the 76th Edinburgh Cup, the British Dragon Association National Championship. by Emma York Posted 18 Jun 12:50 BST "Truly inclusive" landmark Para Inclusive Strategy "Truly inclusive" landmark Para Inclusive Strategy World Sailing is targeting a return to the Paralympic Games World Sailing is targeting a return to the Paralympic Games after publishing its first Para Inclusive Strategy which will guide the growth of the sport through to 2029. by World Sailing Posted 18 Jun 12:22 BST 1720 Irish Championship at Baltimore 1720 Irish Championship at Baltimore Three days, three course areas, three cheers all round! Any regatta worth its salt has a 'big' day, giving sailors something to reminisce about in years to come. The 1720 Irish Championship at Baltimore was blessed with two of them on two different race courses. by Mark Jardine Posted 18 Jun 11:27 BST Classic and Vintage International 14 Championship Classic and Vintage International 14 Championship Joining the modern I14's at Torquay, 14s really are forever! The most recent 'windy weekend' in our wonderful British summer (14-16th June) saw an entry of 7 Classic and Vintage 14s join the modern International 14 for 3 days of racing in Torbay, courtesy of the Royal Torbay Yacht Club. by James Vaughan Posted 18 Jun 09:37 BST Four week to go until Volvo Cork Week 2024 Four week to go until Volvo Cork Week 2024 Over 120 boats will be taking part Only four weeks remain until Volvo Cork Week 2024 (15th-19th July), with the Royal Cork Yacht Club in Crosshaven—the world's oldest yacht club - gearing up to welcome sailors and boats globally. by Róisín Kivlehan Posted 18 Jun 09:14 BST TridentUK RS400 Northern Tour at Carsington TridentUK RS400 Northern Tour at Carsington The full range of sailing conditions for the 12 boat fleet The 12 boats that entered the TridentUK sponsored RS400 Northern Tour Open at Carsington SC experienced the full range of sailing conditions during the 6 races sailed and which are not understood from a simple review of the results. by John Cunningham Posted 18 Jun 09:02 BST It's just a stick It's just a stick It was just like watching an enthusiastic kid It was just like watching an enthusiastic kid. Alinghi's Silvio Arrivabene was totally in the 'nothing to see here' mode, and moreover, was keener to get into the ‘maybe exceeding them' remarks about their targets. Did someone say, ‘Spinal Tap'? by John Curnow, Sail-World.com AUS Editor Posted 17 Jun 23:00 BST Solution Inland Championships at Northampton Solution Inland Championships at Northampton Sensible retirements were the order of the day The Solution Inland Championships were held in association with the Phantom class at Northampton Sailing Club on the 3rd weekend in June. by Jon Steward Posted 17 Jun 21:22 BST Antigua Sailing Day Regatta at St Edmundsbury Antigua Sailing Day Regatta at St Edmundsbury 11th year of the event which brings the Caribbean to Bury St Edmunds Members of the St Edmundsbury Sailing & Canoeing Association, based at Lackford Lake near Bury St Edmunds, enjoyed champagne conditions for their 11th Antigua Sailing Day Regatta on Sunday. by Mike Steele Posted 17 Jun 20:07 BST
Dri-Fast Polos, Tees, Explorer Shorts & TrousersHaving the perfect pair of 'go-to' shorts and choice of technical tops is now even easier, thanks to the new range of Dri-Fast Polos, Tee shirts and Explorer shorts and trousers from British sailing brand Henri-Lloyd.The latest kit for summer boating, rain or shineSummer's finally here and the season is in full swing. Here's our pick of the latest kit for racing, cruising and enjoying the water, rain or shine.Welcome to The '64 collection!The '64 collection was developed by Musto's designers with our clothing archive in mind. Inspired by the brand's rich history, celebrating its successes both on and off the water with a nod to vintage styles from decades past.It's just a stickIt was just like watching an enthusiastic kid. Alinghi's Silvio Arrivabene was totally in the 'nothing to see here' mode, and moreover, was keener to get into the ‘maybe exceeding them' remarks about their targets. Did someone say, ‘Spinal Tap'?David Coleman Excellence in Exporting Award 2024The David Coleman Excellence in Exporting Award 2024 has been won by savvy navvy for their constant innovation and ambitious ongoing drive to expand.Corinthian SpiritSailing has gone through phases of being professional and Corinthian. Originally a pastime for the rich, then becoming a sport for everyone during the boom in the 1960s and 1970s.All-ladies team set for Sea Angling ClassicTeam Crewsaver, comprising of four women with varying levels of fishing experience, aims to raise vital funds to donate to Cancer Research UK to support the fight against cancer.Para, Inclusive and Open RS Venture ConnectWe speak to Dan Jaspers, who is responsible for International Sales and Business Development at the RS Marine Group, about the RS Venture Connect.4 ways to increase upwind speedDinghy racing is a competitive sport in which sailors share the passion of being out on the water and reaching for a goal, whether that be to win the race, improve their performance, or learn something new.Going to publish the 'F' wordThere was a distinct, if decidedly unfair, hint of the Darwin Awards when I first saw this item come in. Most specifically, it related to the one where the guy had strapped a JATO rocket to his car.Great Deals on Magic Marine at CoastWaterSportsIncluding the Horizon Hike Johns, developed in collaboration with Nicholas Heiner, Magic Marine team rider, to create their most premium hiking suit yet.Complex, Controlled CoordinationThe International Paint Poole Regatta over the late May Bank Holiday long weekend in the UK was a superb yacht racing event.Looking for a Father's Day Gift?Celebrate Father's Day by equipping your Dad with Henri-Lloyd's high-performance gear, ideal for both land and sea. Spend £75 or more and enjoy 20% off, making it the perfect time to upgrade his adventure wardrobe!The most famous boat in the worldGoes by a lot of nicknames, but you'd have to think Comanche fits the bill wherever she goes. Right oh. Well, for just another eight months or so, she's not going anywhere. The most famous boat in the world has another, albeit short, charter with one aim.Musto's ultimate Father's Day gift guideFrom the legendary Snug blouson jacket to must-have waterproof accessories, we've got a gift for every adventurer. Make his day with 15% off selected tops, t-shirts and shorts. For a limited time only.This isn't what I expectedA month ago, when I wrote 'AC75 launching season', just three of the AC75s set to contest the 37th America's Cup in Barcelona had been revealed. Now it's five, with just the French Orient Express Racing Team left to show their hand.