31 October 2013

Sailor's movie All is Lost, Charlie Rose interviews Robert Redford and Director J.C. Chandor (video)

All is Lost, Charlie Rose interviews Robert Redford and Director J.C. Chandor 

How Sailing Brought Me Closer to a Breast Cancer Survivor -- My Birth Mom
Huffington Post
Sailing, and particularly racing, taught me a lot about who I am and what kind of life I want. It taught me how to be fearless when it mattered most, in a sport where safety coming first means the ability to react when you might be exhausted, cold, wet ...

College Sailing Chalk Talk – Season 9, Episode 5
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
(October 31, 2013) – In this very windy week in college sailing, the west coast picked its reps for November's Singlehanded Nationals at Sail Newport: Stanford women Molly McKinney '14 and Sally Mace '14 in Laser Radials and Stanford's Oliver Toole '14 ...

Exe Sailing Club - Widening Horizons, The Exe Sailability Project
Sidmouth Herald
Exe Sailing Club's commitment to providing access for those with disability goes back to 2007, when The West of England School for children with little or no sight and the Exeter College for Deaf education were invited to sailing sessions, writes Rex ...

Former Olympic sailing champion arrested as police break up alleged ...
Daily Mail
Police in Italy have arrested a former Olympic sailing champion after breaking up an alleged child kidnapping ring. Larisa Moskalenko, 50, who won bronze in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, is one of several special forces veterans arrested according to ...

Extreme Sailing Series sets new benchmark in global broadcast distribution
Extreme Sailing Series: October 30, 2013 - As the Extreme Sailing Series™ prepares to make the final stop of the 2013 global tour in Brazil, Series organisers and owners OC Sport can confirm that 54 channels around the globe will now broadcast the ...

Sailing World's College Sailing Rankings
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
footer logo. Launched in 1997, Scuttlebutt provides sailing news with a North American focus. Look for the latest information to be posted on the website, with the highlights distributed Monday through Friday in the e-Newsletter. We hope you love our ...

GW Sailing Goes to the War This Weekend
George Washington University - Official Athletic Site
WASHINGTON - GW sailing will compete in the premier Mid-Atlantic IntercollegiateSailing Association (MAISA) event of the fall season - the War Memorial MAISA Coed Fall Championship - this weekend in Norfolk, Va. GW is among an 18-team field that ...

Onne van der Wals Newest Coffee Table Book, "SAILING," Featuring His Award ...
Consumer Electronics Net
Onne van der Wal will be signing copies of his long awaited coffee table book, SAILING, during a reception at the Clarke Cooke House on Thursday, November 21st, from 5:30 7:30pm. Published by the art book experts at Rizzoli in New York, SAILING is ...

Beach sailing begins tomorrow in Sur
Omanet.com (press release)
The first ever Oman Sail beach sailing event supported by Omantel and Oman Shipping Company debuts in Sur this weekend bringing an opportunity for all members of the local and expat community to try out sailing, water sports and fun family oriented ...

Dave's Dust Up Grade 5 Match Race
Sail World
On Saturday, Nov. 23, Long Beach Yacht Club will present Dave's Dust Up, an ISAF Grade 5 match race. The racing action will begin around 11:30 a.m. (weather conditions permitting) and will be able to be seen from Long Beach's Veterans Memorial Pier.

Chinese Entry Confirmed For 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race
#VOR - It's been confirmed that a Chinese team will race in the 12th edition of the Volvo Ocean Race. The new Team Dongfeng, backed by automaker Dongfeng Commercial Vehicle and run by international events and marketing firm OC Sport, will set sail ...

Dubai Muscat Yacht Race - Action underway November 2nd
Sail World
Competitors have been arriving in Dubai from all over the world including Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the United States of America. Sailors from the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Oman will also be taking part. Hot favourite ...

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Transat Jacques Vabre 2013, France to Brazil, Starts Nov 3 (video)

Transat Jacques Vabre 2013 | Amateur skippers (video above)
The Transat Jacques Vabre is a yachting race that follows the historic coffee trading route between France and Brazil.The course was drawn up back in 1993 to follow in the wake of the clippers transporting coffee from Brazil to France. The Transat Jacques Vabre is a major date on the calendar, taking place every other year in odd years. It is still a two-handed race and the pairs of sailors are formed according to their complementary skills, what they have in common and how they get on. Boats leave from Le Havre, France's leading coffee importing port, going to Itajai in Brazil. The event is open to multihulls and monohulls from the following classes: MOD70, IMOCA, Multi50 and Class40. All kinds of navigational aids are allowed in particular for routing, except for the Class40 boats. more info at: http://www.transat-jacques-vabre.com/en

Olympic and America's Cup Winning Sailor - Sir Ben Ainslie
BBC News
Hardtalk speaks to the most successful Olympic sailor of all time - British four-time gold medallist Sir Ben Ainslie. In September he was part of team USA which enjoyed a spectacular victory against team New Zealand at the America's Cup in San Francisco.

Sir Ben Ainslie on British challenge for America's Cup
BBC News
Sir Ben Ainslie won four Olympic gold medals in sailing in 2012 and last month was the tactician on board Oracle Team USA when it won the America's Cup in San Francisco. Britain has never won the competition since the event was first held in 1851 and ...

Red Bull's Adrian Newey targeted to design America's Cup boat for Ben Ainslie ...
F1 champions Red Bull could face a fight to keep ace designer Adrian Newey as Sir Ben Ainslie issued a “we want you” call for his British America's Cup bid, writes Byron Young in Abu Dhabi. The two are expected to meet when yachting legend Ainslie ...

Dotcom wants tech battle against Team Oracle
Manawatu Standard
STACEY KIRK. Last updated 07:58 31/10/2013. TVNZ Breakfast. Kim DotCom says he won't be a main sponsor for Emirates Team New Zealand but would fund a 'couple of millions' should they challenge the next America's Cup...

The Professional-part two of a conversation with Ken Read
Sail World
I am also convinced-and it wasn't looking good there for a while- that when the America's Cup was said and done, I'm totally convinced that that was a jolt of fresh air that our sport desperately needed. We've seen it-we've sold a lot of sails since ...

Kulcha in harmony at 30
The West Australian
The 1983 America's Cup win may have put Perth and Fremantle on the map (at least until the cup was lost again four years later) and prompted a prime minister to declare any boss who sacked employees for taking a sickie was a bum. But the enduring ...

Dotcom wants to challenge Oracle in tech stakes
Kim Dotcom says he would like to offer his technological expertise to Team New Zealand for the next America's Cup challenge. Mr Dotcom said he was due to have a meeting with team boss Grant Dalton soon. He told TV ONE's Breakfast his company is still ...

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29 October 2013

Sailing Movie, All is Lost, The Story (video)

All is Lost: "The Story": "All is Lost: "The Story""

Sailing, Sailing | Lisa K. Friedman: " . . . Basically what you need to know is this: wind is important. You need to know where it's coming from at all times. That helps make the boat go forward. Also, for human comforts, you should sit on the windward (windy) side of the boat, also called opposite the sail, which means you're farthest away from the water when the boat heels. Heeling means the boat is, essentially, trying to tip over. Just before it tips, you are heeling . . ."

Sailing Struggles Against Tough Winds
Harvard Crimson
It was the wind that proved dominant this weekend, as the Harvard Sailing team struggled against surprisingly strong gusts on both Saturday and Sunday in four regional regattas. Despite some impressive individual finishes, the team overall faltered in ...

Sail America Schedules Bi-Annual Conference
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Sail America's Industry Conference is the place for Sailing Industry professionals to learn about new topics and trends, receive updates, and networking with over 150 participants. The conference will feature a regatta, a day and a half of educational ... http://www.sailamerica.com/

Veteran's Sailing is where it's at!
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
I'm not talking about some old timer(s) who couldn't decide when to fold up their sails. No, this is about the US Military Veterans, the Wounded Warriors and the building of an Adaptive Sailing program, while supporting the Paralympic Movement and the ...

Dinghy Sailing Weekend Recap: Privateers Win KP Dinghy Open Regatta
Maritime College Athletics
Maritime 1 was sailed in A division by our top team of Nick Valente (Charleston, S.C./Wando) and Paige Conlin (Bellport, N.Y./St. Anthony's), with up-and-comers Ben Wilkinson (Noank, Conn./Fishers Island) and Whitney Taylor (Moravia, N.Y./Moravia ...

National Sailing Hall of Fame inducts ten significant contributors
Sail World
The National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHOF) inducted 10 of the sport's significant contributors into the National Sailing Hall of Fame during ceremonies held for the first time in the organization's hometown, and on the site of its future facility at ...

Desolation Sound perfect for fall sailing
Vancouver Sun
Everything comes to an end, and eventually we had to point our boat south and sailtoward Vancouver. We waved goodbye to this fabulous cruising grounds, passed the white, sandy beaches of Spilsbury Point, down infamous Malaspina Strait, and through ...

Do It: Sailing the Caribbean: ". . . .Veteran cruising sailors of Lake Ontario aboard their Newport 41-foot sloop anchored in Sodus Bay, Polhemus and Buckingham of Mendon still bask in the glow of their epic three-year adventure sailing the Caribbean seas from September 2001 to September 2004. The adventure was a lifetime dream for Polhemus, now 75, and a throw-caution-to-the-wind adventure for Buckingham, 57, one whose message resonates with anybody who learns of it. . . ."

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28 October 2013

All is Lost, the sailing movie, Actor Robert Redford (video)

All is Lost: "The Actor: Robert Redford" (sailing movie video above)

Oracle yacht and Boeing 787 scrap create new recycling niche | Business & Technology | The Seattle Times: "A gleaming 80-footlong Oracle Team USA racing yacht made from carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic composites, one that was shaped in 2002 by technology developed in Washington state, will meet an ignominious end in South Carolina. In a process that presages the future of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliners when they finish their useful lives, the yacht is being recycled and may end up as a bunch of stand-up paddle boards. . . ."

John Bertrand: What It Takes To Win The Cup
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
For that week, sailing in Australia became a household topic. But now the honeymoon is over. And with Oatley's challenge submitted to the Golden Gate Yacht Club by the Hamilton Island Yacht Club, what lies ahead is a campaign that will be long ...

Sailing takes second at PCCSC Fall Championships
The University of Hawaii Kaleo
The University of Hawai'i women's sailing team could not defend last year's Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference Fall title in Los Angeles, but it did come close. The Rainbow Wahine finished in second place out of nine, just eight points behind ...

Sailing Has Three Strong Showings at Weekend Races
Bowdoin Athletics
Erin Mullins '16 and Tess Lameyer '16 sailed A division, finishing in 12th with 97 points with four top four finishes. Courtney Koos '16 and Olivia Diserio '16 finished 8th in B division with 76 points and had five top five finishes. This is a great ...

Veteran's Sailing is where it's at!
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
I'm not talking about some old timer(s) who couldn't decide when to fold up their sails. No, this is about the US Military Veterans, the Wounded Warriors and the building of an Adaptive Sailing program, while supporting the Paralympic Movement and the ...

Sailing continues for Forfar
Forfar Dispatch
Meanwhile Jim was recovering from his poor start – helped by the wind building during the race - and won the race on handicap by one second from Graeme, Murray finishing third. Duncan sailed the wrong way round one of the marks so was disqualified.

Discover Sailing on Sunday, 3rd November
Sail World
Visitors to the Clubs will have the option to go out for a short sail with an experienced sailor, have a look around the club facilities and find out about the programs and courses available. There is something for the whole family and even kids as ...

Sailing through life
EDGEWATER PARK — When he was taking lessons at Delaware River Sailing School as a child, R. Louis Gallagher always noticed a brown-haired classmate who also happened to live in his neighborhood in Florence. Astra Haldeman noticed him right ...

Intercollegiate Sailing Competes in Three Regattas
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The Navy intercollegiate sailing team hit the road traveling north this weekend for three regattas. Navy competed in the MAISA Match Racing Championship, the Stu Nelson Regatta and the Hoyt Trophy. At the Merchant Marine Academy, ...

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Alone at Sea, All is Lost video; the Ocean is Broken

All is Lost official video trailer

All Is Lost - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "All Is Lost is a 2013 American survival film written and directed by J. C. Chandor. The film stars Robert Redford as a man lost at sea. Redford is the only cast member, and the film has almost no dialogue. All Is Lost is Chandor's second feature film, following his 2011 debut Margin Call. It screened out of competition at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival in May."

More info: http://allislostfilm.com/ and All Is Lost (2013) - IMDb

The broken ocean -- we are in big trouble --
The ocean is broken | Newcastle Herald: "BACK in Newcastle, Ivan Macfadyen is still coming to terms with the shock and horror of the voyage. "The ocean is broken," he said, shaking his head in stunned disbelief. Recognising the problem is vast, and that no organisations or governments appear to have a particular interest in doing anything about it, Macfadyen is looking for ideas. He plans to lobby government ministers, hoping they might help. More immediately, he will approach the organisers of Australia's major ocean races, trying to enlist yachties into an international scheme that uses volunteer yachtsmen to monitor debris and marine life. Macfadyen signed up to this scheme while he was in the US, responding to an approach by US academics who asked yachties to fill in daily survey forms and collect samples for radiation testing - a significant concern in the wake of the tsunami and consequent nuclear power station failure in Japan." (read more at link above)

Do It: Sailing the Caribbean
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Bob Polhemus and Brenda Buckingham of Mendon spent three years sailing the Caribbean seas. Here they enjoy the pleasures of Grenada. 'The bottom line is the people you meet,' Polhemus says. 'You see one island, you've seen them all. But the people ...

Learn to sail at Al Hamra Marina's RAK Sailing Academy
Al Hamra Marina's wind and sea characteristics are perfect for sailing, some say the best in the UAE, and has charter facilities where sailing boats are used for daily excursions and crew available for tourists at the Al Hamra Village. Facilities for ...

Washington College Sailing Finishes 15th at KP Dinghy Open, 18th at Stu ...
KINGS POINT, N.Y. -- The Washington College sailing team finished 15th of 20 teams at the Kings Point Dinghy Open, hosted by Merchant Marine, and 18th of 18 teams at the Stu Nelson Women's, hosted by Connecticut College, this weekend. At the Kings ...

J/80 Titlist Brian Keane Wins Championship of Champions
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
COLUMBIA, S.C. (October 27, 2013) – The 2013 edition of the Championship of Champions, hosted by Columbia Sailing Club, came down to a dramatic conclusion Sunday. It took all 16 races to determine this year's winner of the Jack Brown Trophy....

Sailing News:World's Longest Ocean Race
Live Trading News
Novice sailor and Invest Africa crew member, Suzie Fontannaz, 48, who studied at Cape Town University and runs her own business in Stellenbosch was thrilled to sail into her home port having never set foot on a boat prior to undertaking extensive ...

ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne Paralympic hotspot ahead of Rio 2016
Sail World
Australia is one of the top nations on the Paralympic sailing scene and as past International Association for Disabled Sailing (IFDS) Vice President and current President of Sailability Victoria, David Staley, explains, a strong focus of Paralympic ...

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25 October 2013

Free PDF Nautical Charts; Sailboat and Tanker collision video

Free PDF Nautical Charts are available for a three-month trial period, from October 22, 2013, to January 22, 2014. NOAA is providing about a thousand high-resolution printable nautical charts—almost the entire NOAA suite of charts—as PDF files. The PDF nautical charts, which are exact images of the traditional charts currently printed by lithography, will be available for free download. Coast Survey will evaluate usage and user feedback to determine whether to continue the service after January 22, 2014. The chart PDFs are listed by chart number. To find the chart you need, first use the Online Chart Viewer. Please provide comments on this new service (more at links above).

While the Extreme Racing Series was entertaining the crowds at the 2011 Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week, a supertanker hit a yacht which was then dismasted as its spinnaker sail was snagged by the ship's anchor. The Marine Knutsen supertanker was being guided by a pilot boat into Southampton docks and was making its presence known by repeatedly sounding its horn. But one sailboat failed to give way and was hit, having its mast and rigging ripped off when one of its sails got caught in the supertanker's anchor. The yacht was quickly attended by several vessels offering assistance. . . . The incident was captured by Tim Addison for COWES.co.uk

Roland Wilson: Ex-Royal Navy officer who crashed yacht into oil tanker order to pay £100,000 court costs - Mirror Online: " . . . An ex-Royal Navy lieutenant who crashed his racing yacht into a bright red 870-ft long oil tanker was yesterday ordered to pay more than £100,000 in court costs. Roland Wilson, 32, negligently allowed his yacht Atalanta of Chester to collide with the Hanne Knutsen despite seeing it from five miles away - 10 minutes before the collision. . . . ."

Clipper Race fleet due in Cape Town Tomorrow
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
The front runners of the twelve-strong matched fleet of 70 foot ocean racers competing in the Clipper 2013-14 Round the World Yacht Race will arrive in V&A Waterfront, Cape Town tomorrow (Saturday 26 October). After racing nearly ...

Strictly Sail Long Beach event returns to Shoreline Village
Long Beach Press-Telegram
A hands-on search for the right sailboat is expected to attract scores of recreational sailors today and through this weekend at the second annual Strictly Sail Long Beach event at the Shoreline Village in Rainbow Harbor. The show ...

Mini Transat Returns to Code Red
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
The scenario proposed yesterday by the Race Director to start the 84 strong Mini Tansat fleet on Friday with a stopover in Gijon has been determined a no-go so there'll be no start on Friday for the Mini Transat however management is optimistic for a ...

Newport Bermuda Race - New US Safety Equipment Requirements adopted
Sail World
The Bermuda Race Organizing Committee has adopted US Sailing's new Safety Equipment Requirements for the 2014 Newport Bermuda Race, with modifications to include prescriptions. An overhaul of the International Sailing Federation's Offshore Special ...

19th Flying Fifteen World Championships - 33 overseas entries
Sail World
RHKYC's Official Logistics and Shipping Partner, GAC Pindar, this week delivered eleven 40' containers to Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club's Middle Island sailing centre, bearing the 33 overseas entries in the 19th International Flying Fifteen World ...

Dhow sailing race to kick off in Dubai
Dubai: Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC) will hold a traditional 43-foot sailing race on Saturday, the first round of Dubai Sailing Dhow Championships, to promote the UAE's bid to host Expo 2020 in Dubai. The three-heat championship begins with ...

Cohasset Sailing Club clubhouse razed
Wicked Local- Cohasset
Over the course of Columbus Day weekend, the Cohasset Sailing Club said goodbye to its clubhouse. The clubhouse, which had stood since 1979, was torn down to make way for a new and improved building, which will be constructed in December....

Olympic sailing hero opens namesake leisure centre at Truro School
This is The West Country
Educated at Truro School, Sir Ben moved to Cornwall from Cheshire at an early age and learnt to sail in nearby Falmouth, before becoming a national sailing success - winning many gold medals within his career. He is also a keen ambassador and role ...

US Sailing Chubb Junior Championships
Traverse City will be a showcase of the nation's top youth sailing talent when 93 sailorsfrom around the country gather on West Grand Traverse Bay for the US SAILING Chubb U.S. Junior Championships. Sponsored by the Chubb Group of Insurance ...

Georgetown Sailing Wins Navy Fall Intersectional
Georgetown University Official Athletic Site
WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University Sailing Team competed in three events at three different sites this past weekend, coming away with a victory at the Navy Fall Intersectional. The Hoyas also placed ninth out of 18 teams at the Yale Women's ...

Busy Weekend Ahead for Sailing - Harvard
Halfway through competition this fall, the Harvard sailing team will face the busiest weekend of the autumn schedule with six regattas. The No. 6 Crimson Coeds ...

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24 October 2013

Download Safety Equipment Requirements Approved by US Sailing Board of Directors

Proposed U.S. Safety Equipment Requirements Approved by US Sailing Board of Directors -  DOWNLOAD the new requirements. US Sailing’s Safety at Sea Committee has conducted an overhaul of ISAF’s Offshore Special Regulations (OSR), which describes the gear required to be used on sailboats when racing in most local and offshore races in the U.S. The U.S. Safety Equipment Requirements (USSER) document is intended to be used by race organizers, owners and boat inspectors. The proposed updates were approved by US Sailing’s Board of Directors last weekend at the organization’s Annual Meeting in Captiva, Fla. on Saturday, October 19. . . . The USSERs will be implemented by the 2014 Newport Bermuda Race, a preeminent offshore race. A US Sailing Safety at Sea Seminar will take place March 15-16, 2014 in Newport, R.I. The seminar will provide details on the new requirements to prospective racers.

The key differences between the US Safety Equipment Requirements (USSER) and the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) OSRs are as follows:
1. The requirements are easier for yacht owners and pre-race inspectors to understand.
2. The requirements are self-contained and do not refer to external documents.
3. The number of race categories has been reduced from seven to three: Nearshore, Coastal, and Ocean. Race organizers can then add or delete gear requirements based on the nature of their individual races.
4. The requirements are more specific about certain pieces of gear that lacked definition in the OSRs.
5. The OSRs contained both recommendations and requirements which proved confusing to users, and which increased the size of the document. The recommendations have been removed from the new version.
6. The requirements are far more compact, and can easily be included in their entirety in a Notice of Race or on a yacht club website.

(source: US Sailing)

Rolex Middle Sea Race: Latest News: "The sound of clinking of glasses and rousing voices filled the air today at the Royal Malta Yacht Club. Hundreds of competitors enjoyed the full hospitality of the club, sharing their stories with fellow competitors over a glass or two. After days and nights at sea, isolated from the outside world, the cosmopolitan crowd also enjoyed good food and excellent company. IRC Four was the largest class taking part in the Rolex Middle Sea Race. 46 yachts from 10 different countries including Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Ireland, Italy, Montenegro, Malta, Russia, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Edward & Aaron Gatt Floridia's J/122, Otra Vez completed the 606-mile race at dusk on Day Five, after racing with a highly competitive fleet. Otra Vez has been announced as the winner of IRC Four. Rod Stuart's Scottish Elan 410, Eos was less than 2 minutes behind on corrected time and Renzo Grottesi's Italian X40, Pita Maha was just nine minutes behind Otra Vez. . . ." Results: http://www.rolexmiddlesearace.com/results/

Sailing | Weekend regattas yield mixed results
Tufts Daily
Over the weekend, Tufts sailing once again spread out across the East Coast to compete in eight regattas. With the Jumbos' top sailors split up among the various regattas, the team did not quite meet its expectations. The co-ed team placed seventh out ...

Strictly Sail Long Beach Opens Oct. 24
The Log Newspaper
LONG BEACH -- Strictly Sail Long Beach, an all-sailboat show that runs through Oct. 27 at Shoreline Village at Rainbow Harbor, is rolling out even more sailboats and gear for show-goers to view -- and seminars for novice and experienced sailors alike ...

Sailing Continues All Winter Long - Ice Boating on Arrows
ChicagoNow (blog)
Arrows are sailed recreationally, and not raced a whole lot. Commonly these boats are two-seaters so you can sail with a spouse or friend. So if you are just looking for something to go flying around just having a good time on your own, the Arrow could ...

Sailing through a 'broken ocean'
Byron Shire News
The story stunned the world this week when Mr Macfadyen recounted his horror at sailing through seas between Japan and Hawaii littered with debris, sometimes "as big as double-decker buses." Mr Challis joined the Funnel Web's expedition on its way back ...

Northern Exposure: Sailing the Arctic
Wall Street Journal
After meeting passengers from all over the world outside the tiny Longyearbyen airport in Svalbard, Norway last October, we embarked on our Arctic adventure on the beautiful wooden schooner, Noorderlicht, built in 1910. Operated by Oceanwide ...

All Ireland Sailing Line-Up Announced for Howth Event
Prior commitments mean the All Ireland sailing champion Peter O'Leary will be unable to defend his 2012 title. Nor will any of his Olympic 2012 team mates make the Howth Yacht Club start line as Annalise Murphy, Ryan Seaton and Ger ...

ABYC Appoints Allie Blecher as New Junior Director
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Blecher, 25, brings with her a double resume of personal sailing success as well as credentials as the head junior sailing coach at California Yacht Club in Marina del Rey the last few years. That followed her collegiate career as a four-time all ...

Multihull division added to Sail Paradise 2014
My Sailing
Southport Yacht Club's emerging sailing series, Sail Paradise, will have a special division for multihulls when the regatta is staged from March 14 to 16. The club is hoping that the promise of exceptional racing on the beautiful waters off the Gold ...

France: Prince de Bretagne sailing team
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Championship of Champions - Sailors to battle at Columbia SC
Sail World
US Sailing's Championship of Champions is identified as one of the more unique adult racing events in the country. All helmsmen have qualified for this event by winning a 2012 or 2013 one-design class National, North American, or World Championship.

Lease mussels in on sailing club safety
South Coast Register
It is this lease that sailors are worried about as it is near the club's course. According to Vincentia Sailing Club commodore Mick Butler, it could threaten future sailing in that area. “Vincentia Sailing Club has been established at Plantation Point ...

Food Matters | Fifteen Tons of Groceries, Sailing Down the Hudson
New York Times (blog)
Seeking a more sustainable way to get his grain to market, the Vermont farmer Erik Andrus conceived the Vermont Sail Freight Project to find out if this model could work again today. In April, he raised more than $15,000 on Kickstarter to build a 39 ...

Australian-linked loss takes wind out of losing America's Cup skipper's sails
Herald Sun
AUSTRALIAN James Spithill beat him for the America's Cup and now an Aussie mistake has extended New Zealand sailor Dean Barker's losing run in the wake of his devastating loss in the battle for sailing's most prestigious trophy. Barker was left ...

Weather sorts out sailors of sterner stuff in series
Gladstone Observer
STRONG, blustery south-easterly winds bonded with an outgoing tide for last weekend's Ocean Racer Chaser series race keeping all but the most seasoned of Club sailorsfirmly tied to the docks. The challenging and demanding conditions attracted three ...

Recent sailing results in Staffordshire - Blithfield and Greensforge
Staffordshire Newsletter
Recent sailing results in Staffordshire - Blithfield and Greensforge. Written byDave McLean. Recent sailing results: Blithfield SC (12.00 race),M Biggs 54.10, P Keeling (both Merlin-R) 55.54, S Everell (Laser) 58.18. Sailing. 14.00 race, M Biggs 43.08 ...

Stern test for sailors
Evesham Observer
HEAVY rain showers coupled with gusty southerly winds provided the sailors of ArdenSailing Club with challenging race conditions throughout Sunday afternoon's racing on the River Avon at Defford. In the eighth and last race of the handicapped Arden ...

Wind fails to deliver at Hobie 16 and Hobie 18 North American Championships
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Galveston, TX (October 23, 2013) – Light winds frustrate competitors on day three at Hobie 16 and Hobie 18 North American Championships. The fleet sailed out to the course but the wind quickly died and never returned. Enrique Figueroa/Carla Malatrasi ...

Omani Team gears up for debut at the Arab Sailing Championships
The nine-member Omani Sailing Team will be looking to assess their performance and regional ranking when they make their debut appearance at the prestigious Arab SailingChampionships which gets underway in Kuwait on October 24. The team, which ...

Perfect tribute from Raisena
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
A brisk breeze kept the dozen sailors and sundry spectators occupied and entertained as the gybe mark outside the clubhouse provided thrills and spills. Nonetheless the Lasers, despite innumerable immersions, proved the class to beat, with only Richard ...

Big winds at F18 Americas Championship
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Sarasota, FL (October 23, 2013) – Following the light to moderate winds on Tuesday for the opening of the F18 Americas Championship Regatta, today delivered winds into the high teens for the 56 teams. Four races were again completed, with Gunnar ...

2013 Etchells Nationals- John Bertrand returns briefly to the fold
Sail World
Bertrand is one of the busiest people around, with commitments now extending beyond his sailing world and into the presidency of Swimming Australia. Yet, without hesitation, he will make the time to compete at next month's Etchells Class National ...

Sir Ben Ainslie given freedom of Lymington in special ceremony
Daily Echo
OLYMPIC sailing hero Sir Ben Ainslie was tonight made an honorary freeman of his home town. Sir Ben, 36, received the accolade at a special meeting of Lymington and Pennington Town Council, which praised his outstanding record of success in his ...

Day six Rolex Middle Sea Race | Simply beautiful Day six Rolex Middle Sea Race
The simple landscape of beautiful islands silhouetted against the sky, really echoes the beauty of racing Two Handed; it is a simple life for a few days, where the phone doesn't ring and you can just concentrate on sailing. It is tiring and Pietro and ...

Round the world challenge a 'dream' for Davies
Daily Echo
Davies is one of seven international women named in the Team SCA crew for the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race, which will see them sail around 40,000 miles through the world's oceans. Davies, from Hamble, said: “It's an amazing opportunity. “I watched the ...

BYM Sailing & Sports News
BYM News (press release)
Racing a powerful 70-foot Multi One Design trimaran two-handed across an ocean generally regarded as one of the most complicated of any, all adds up to a monumental test for the French-Irish sailing duo. “Technically, this will be the most difficult ...

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23 October 2013

Transat Jacques Vabre 2013, 20th anniversary video

Transat Jacques Vabre 2013 - 20ème anniversaire by TransatJacquesVabre

Angry boaters and fishermen are meeting with Mexican officials at the Hubbs Research Center in Mission Bay to learn more about the news rules and fees for anyone sailing, boating, diving or fishing in Mexican waters.

America's Cup: Sir Ben Ainslie 'reasonably confident' of GB bid
BBC Sport
Ainslie believes the next two weeks will be crucial if the best sailors and designers are to be signed. "I've been working hard. I'm reasonably confident," he told Radio 5 live. "There's a lot of support for sailing in this country. The excitement from ...

Sailing team scores two top-five finishes in weekend regattas
The Dartmouth
The Big Green sailing squad wrapped up an impressive weekend on Sunday, scoring top-five finishes in two regattas, including a third-place finish in front of a home crowd. Dartmouth came in fifth out of 18 overall at the Yale University women's ...

Sailing stars back new competition
Dorset Echo
Olympic gold-medallist Ben Ainslie is backing a contest which encourages children to design their own sails It is being run in conjunction with the Andrew Simpson SailingFoundation which was set up following the death of Sir Ben's fellow Olympian.

Sailing Weekend Recap: Privateers Finish 6th And 9th In Home Regatta
Maritime College Athletics
This weekend the Maritime sailing team had only one collegiate regatta, the North Fall 2. The event served as a qualifier for the conference championships for the War Memorial Trophy to be help in two weeks at Old Dominion University, but the ...

Sailing hero nominated for national award
Dorset Echo
To begin this year's search for its Maritime Heroes, Old Pulteney contacted UK sailing clubs asking them to nominate any members they felt deserved recognition within one of the following three categories: Club Service, Bravery or Sailing Achievement.

Norwegian tall sailing ship to dock at Waterside
The Virginian-Pilot
7, the majestic 99-year old Norwegian tall sailing ship Statsraad Lehmkuhl is scheduled to arrive in downtown Norfolk, docking at Otter Berth next to Waterside. The public is invited to tour the ship from Nov. 8 through 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily ...

Sailors Take To The Waters For Autumn Series
Sunday was another hugely successful day on the water for the sailors taking part in Bermuda's inaugural Autumn Series for Youth Sailors. The RBYC's Hardy Autumn Series for Junior and Youth sailors started in September and has already seen 37 Optimists ...

VIDEO: Discover Sailing with Sail America
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
The Sail America 'Discover Sailing' video shows how easy it is to explore the world ofsailing. Sail America is the trade association for the U.S. sailing industry and plays a vital role for all companies that are involved in providing sailing-related ...

Sailing across the Solent in a giant pumpkin
ITV News
A man is attempting to cross one of the busiest shipping channels in the world in a giant hollowed out pumpkin. Contemporary artist Dmitri Galitzine has enlisted the help of marine entrepreneur Jonny Boys and his Trafalgar Wharf team to help him cross ...

8000 people expected to attend Oman Sail's beach sailing events
Muscat Daily
A record crowd of 8,000 people are expected at the Sohar launch of Oman Sail's 2013 nationwide series of fun and healthy themed weekend beach sailing events supported by Omantel and Oman Shipping Company that offer the chance to try sailing and ...

On the fore, on the main, on the mizzen! Sailing aboard Coast Guard tallship Eagle
To sail the Eagle relies on the physical strength of many and is alive with motion at all hours. But it is only successful if the teams, or sections, work together in a necessary hierarchy. Every person on board has a function. Sail a ship like this ...

Yacht club to participate in sailing day
The Recorder
The Royal Port Pirie Yacht Club is participating in the Australia-wide Discover Sailing Day to be held this Sunday between 11am and 4 pm. Commodore Richard Mackinnon said people will have the option of going out for a short sail on either a larger keel ...

Bora Gulari: Moth Worlds Winner Debrief
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
When Bora Gulari won the 2013 Moth World Championship last week in Hawaii, he became the first American two-time class champion since 1959. It was his victory in 2009 that catapulted him to win US Sailing's Rolex Yachtsman of the Year. Here Bora ...

Ocean Race Around Australia
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
There are just 38 weeks until the start of the longest and the toughest coastal yacht race on the planet – the inaugural 'Ocean Race Around Australia – 2014. “People are busy at the 'Ocean Race Around Australia' headquarters preparing for the inaugural ...

Coastal Classic: Dean Barker back sailing an Australian multihull
Sail World
Team Australia was sailing in an ORMA60 exhibition race around the Waitemata harbour against the New Zealand ORMA60, TeamVodafoneSailing. Team Australia is in New Zealand ahead of the 2013 PIC Coastal Classic, a 120nm sprint north to the Bay of ...

Race to Rio National Team Tour debuts this November
Sail World
The US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider's Race to Rio National Team Tour debuts November 7th and brings the excitement of high-performance sailing and first-hand stories of Olympic and Paralympic campaigning to passionate sailors, young and old.

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22 October 2013

Transat Jacques Vabre, Starts November 3, France to Brazil (video)

Onboard Energa Sailing, Zbigniew Gutkowski and Maciej Marczewski will sail together to the Transat Jacques Vabre, the two handed race from France to Brazil. more info: http://www.transat-jacques-vabre.com/en

Sailing Struggles In Nine Regatta-Weekend
Harvard Crimson
It was a jam-packed weekend for the Harvard sailing team, which competed in six regattas along the northern Atlantic coast. Lane Trophy. It was a tough showing for the Crimson, who failed to win any of its match-ups in this in-conference lark regatta ...

Photo: Sailing-season finale
Columbus Dispatch
Outtamind, left, and Outtatouch jockey for position during the Old Fox Regatta, the last event of the season for the Alum Creek Sailing Association. The two boats were taking part in Sunday's Old Fox Regatta, named for the boat of Hal Haberding, a ...

Sailing Takes Second at Great Herring Pond Open
Bowdoin Athletics
The Polar Bears competed in three big regattas throughout this past weekend including the Yale Women's Regatta, the Captain Hurst at Dartmouth, and the Great Herring Pond Open at Mass Maritime. Yale Women's was a very competitive interconference ...

ISAF World Sailing Rankings – October 21, 2013
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Following a Laser Radial invasion in China with two 200-point regattas, the rankings have seen shifts throughout. Moving to World #1 for the first time is France's Mathilde de Kerangat. Bronze at ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao, 11th at the Laser Radial ...

SAILING: Women's sailing continues to roll
Yale Daily News (blog)
The No. 1 women's sailing team continued its recent dominance on home waters this weekend, winning the Yale Women's Intersectional. The No. 1 coed team, meanwhile, came away with fourth-place, sixth-place and ninth-place finishes at three regional ...

Sailing club rocks SGB's boat with Allocations request
University of Pittsburgh The Pitt News
Senior neuroscience and philosophy major Vincent Mattiola created the sailing club in November 2011 with the donation of a single Hobie 16 sailboat. Since then, club members have lobbied for SGB to fund the purchase of additional sailboats so they ...

Young sailors take to the Caloosahatchee
North Fort Myers Neighbor
Imagine a NASCAR race where 43 cars take the green flag and converge on the first turn. Now imagine 100 of them doing the same thing. In one row. More than 250 youngsailors converged upon the Caloosahatchee River over the weekend to take part in ...

Sari tycoon pens sailing adventure diary
Times of India
SURAT: He set adrift on the Arabian Sea and conquered choppy waters all the way to Lakshwadeep without professional crew on board. Surat's Rajen Shah, 63, a sari tycoon of Surat's iconic mill, has now penned a journal on his passion for sailing and ...

Discover Sailing Day – Don't miss out!
Sail World
Approximately 80 clubs around Australia will take to the water this Sunday, October 27, for Australia's first ever national 'Discover Sailing Day' - and all newcomers are welcome to take part in this fun and free event. The purpose of the Discover ...

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America's Cup Park, San Francisco, Summer of Racing video

If you build it, they will come - AC Park and AC Village action - YouTube: "The America's Cup Park and America's Cup Village were the places to be during the Summer of Racing in San Francisco. Some highlights of the atmosphere during San Francisco's America's Cup summer."

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ISAF World Sailing Rankings – October 21, 2013
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Following a Laser Radial invasion in China with two 200-point regattas, the rankings have seen shifts throughout. Moving to World #1 for the first time is France's Mathilde de Kerangat. Bronze at ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao, 11th at the Laser Radial ...

Growing Sailing – Are You 'Listening' or 'Doing?'
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
“I smile from afar because, in my opinion, it's the politics, protests and drama that I don't miss (now that I don't sail anymore). I love sailing, racing and the camaraderie; but for myself and many of my contemporaries, it's not fun or worth the time ...

WC Sailing 14th in Washington College Open, 20th at Navy Fall
CHESTERTOWN, Md. -- The Washington College sailing team hosted its lone home regatta of the fall this weekend, placing 14th of 16 teams in the Washington College Open. Washington was also represented at the four-division Navy Fall Intersectional and ...

ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao - Ashley Stoddart finishes 9th
Sail World
The international sailing world made a return to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Sailing venue in Qingdao, China last week for the first ISAF Sailing World Cup regatta (14-19 October 2013) of the 2013-14 series. 149 sailors from 23 nations raced in the Men's ...

Sailing team to assess performance at Kuwait Arab Sailing Championships
Oman Daily Observer
MUSCAT — The crack nine member Omani Sailing Team will be looking to assess their performance and regional ranking when they make their debut appearance at the prestigious Arab Sailing Championships which gets underway in Kuwait on October 24, ...

Start Sailing Camp
BBC News
Start Sailing Camp. Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre, Liverpool. Run by: Sefton MBC. This is a five day adventure camp which will concentrate on the development of skills and experience of the sports of sailing....

Vallejo, Benicia, area sailors embark on journey of the Vikings
Vallejo Times-Herald
However, before that begins, the crew will be sailing to Cabo San Lucas, joining more than 160 other boats in a cruise rally event Baja Ha-Ha XX, organized by a sailing magazine Latitude 38. From Oct. 27 to Nov. 9, the vessels will cruise from San ...

No sail skills, but family has two-and-a-half year Pacific adventure
Sail World
Two-and-a-half years ago Alaskan couple Daren and Robin Traxinger left the life they knew and sailed across the Pacific from Alaska to New Zealand with their two children, Dharma, 7 and Rhett, 11, in a 43ft Hans Christian canoe stern sloop called Solara...

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21 October 2013

Guide to Olympic Sailing, 90 Seconds of the Olympics (video)

Guide to Olympic Sailing | 90 Seconds of the Olympics: "Learn the essential facts of Olympic Sailing with the latest edition in the 90 Seconds Of The Olympics series." (video at link above)

Sailing-NZ Govt provide $5m to prevent America's Cup poaching
Chicago Tribune
WELLINGTON, Oct 21 (Reuters) - New Zealand's government has provided a NZ$5 million ($4.25 million) investment to the Team New Zealand America's Cup syndicate to stop their top design and sailing personnel being poached as they look to build ...

WC Sailing 14th in Washington College Open, 20th at Navy Fall
CHESTERTOWN, Md. -- The Washington College sailing team hosted its lone home regatta of the fall this weekend, placing 14th of 16 teams in the Washington College Open. Washington was also represented at the four-division Navy Fall Intersectional and ...

Lewis 4th at Sailing World Cup
Trinidad & Tobago Express
Trinidad and Tobago's Olympic sailor, Andrew Lewis turned in one of the best performances of his young career, finishing fourth at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Sailing World Cup (Laser men), in Qingdao, China, on Saturday. After entering...

No sail skills, but family has two-and-a-half year Pacific adventure
Sail World
Two-and-a-half years ago Alaskan couple Daren and Robin Traxinger left the life they knew and sailed across the Pacific from Alaska to New Zealand with their two children, Dharma, 7 and Rhett, 11, in a 43ft Hans Christian canoe stern sloop called Solara...

Young GW Sailing Team Takes Third at MAISA Central Fall #2
George Washington University - Official Athletic Site
CHESTERTOWN, Md. - GW sailing's Colonials 2 team improved two positions on Sunday to finish third out of 16 teams at the MAISA Central Fall #2 regatta hosted by Washington College (Md.) on the Chester River. GW's Colonials 2 team amassed 132 points ...

2013 Australian Yachting awards
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
The Australian Sailing Team, including members of the up and coming AustralianSailing Squad, took home the Male, Female, Disabled and Youth Sailor of the Year Awards at the 2013 Australian Yachting awards in Sydney on Friday night (Oct. 18).

Johnny Heineken wins Kiteboard Course U.S. National Championship
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
San Diego, CA (October 20, 2013) – The Kiteboard Course U.S. National Championship closed out today with three more races, completing ten races during the three day event. While reigning world champion Johnny Heineken won the title, the final day ...

Coast Guard rescue two men adrift Salem Sound - Boston.com: " . . . At 7:20 a.m. the Coast Guard received a call from crew of a passing fishing boat, “Fishy Business,” reporting what the crew said appeared to be a crashed airplane. But as Fishy Business approached, the crew called again to report that it was an overturned sailboat. The men where brought ashore and transported to Salem Hospital, said Ohrin. They were evaluated and released. The capsized boat is still in the water, according to Ohrin. Because it has no engine or fuel, he said, it is not an environmental hazard. The owners plan to salvage the boat tomorrow, he said. . . ."

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20 October 2013

ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao, Men's 470 Medal Race video

ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao - Men's 470 Medal Race

News | ISAF Sailing World Cup | Official Site : Fascinating Finale Played Out At ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao: "SAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao offered a fascinating finale as the inaugural event in China and the first World Cup regatta of the 2013-14 series concluded. A range of conditions were thrown at the sailors across the week and on the final day a south easterly 5-7 knot breeze with gusts up to 10 knots and a
maximum current of 2.1 knots made reading the conditions key. . . ."
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US Sailing Honors Contributors at Annual Meeting Awards Dinner
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Captiva, FL (October 18, 2013) – A remarkable list of contributors to the sport of sailingin the U.S. were presented with US Sailing's highest honors during Friday night's Annual Meeting Awards Dinner, presented by Rolex, at the South Seas Island ...

Crew sails from Sydney to Auckland in record time
An Australian sailing crew has set the record for the fastest time sailing between Sydney and Auckland. The trimaran Team Australi' sailed into Auckland Harbour today, just two days and 17 hours after leaving Sydney. While there's no official trans ...

NZL Sailing Team: Gold and Bronze in first 2014 World Cup Regatta
Sail World
Both NZL Sailing Team crews competing at the opening regatta of the 2013-14 ISAF Sailing World Cup series for Olympic class sailors have medalled with Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie taking gold in the Women's 470. Paul Snow-Hansen and Dan Willcox ...

Sailing - Olympic bronze medallist Shaw sixth as she returns to Qingdao
Yahoo Eurosport UK
Sailing - Olympic bronze medallist Shaw sixth as she returns to Qingdao. Bryony Shaw had to settle for sixth as she returned to the scene of her Olympic bronze medal at the Qingdao World Cup. Sportsbeat – 10 hours ago. Email 0; Share 0. Tweet. 0. Print.

Darien Junior Sailing Team moves to rebuild
The Darien News
The DJST and its 125 or so sailors weren't about to let the storm ruin their season, however. The DJST has grown in membership since its inception in 1972, increasing from 25 sailors in the late 1990s to 125 today, with another 30 to 50 on the waiting ...

Dataw Island Cup sails in St. Helena Sound on Saturday
Hilton Head Island Packet
The Dataw Island Yacht Club will host the fourth-annual Dataw Island Cup sailing regatta on Saturday. This is a race for mono hull, displacement sailboats with PHRF ratings that are 18 feet long and over. The race is expected to start at noon and run ...

River Romp Bring Fort Myers Business "Sails" Up
Wink News
Around 340 kids, from ages 8 to 17, sailed the seas as part of the Edison Sailing Club's Annual River Romp. And as their sails go up this weekend, so do the sales for local business. "Unmistakably helpful. When you're packed from open to close the ...

China Wins Two Gold Medals at Sailing World Cup
China's sailors won gold medals in the RS: X Women and the Laser Radial Women at the ISAF Sailing World Cup on Saturday. Chen Peina, 24, scored 36 net points after 12 rounds to win the RS: X Women race. Wu Jiahui, Chen's teammate, took the second ...

Will Apparel Sink Sperry's Sailing Shoe Business? - Businessweek: " . . . If all goes as planned, the broader line of products will help Sperry stretch from a maker of boat shoes to the type of wholesaler that gets a dedicated corner of real estate in department stores. Wolverine couldn’t be reached for comment, but Sperry President Craig Rheingold told Women’s Wear Daily he is trying to create a “lifestyle brand.” “We need apparel to complete the package and bring the brand to life,” Rheingold said. . . ."

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18 October 2013

ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao, Day 5 Highlights video

International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Sailing World Cup Qingdao day 5 (Oct 18) video

News | ISAF Sailing World Cup | Official Site : Stipanovic Rules And Men's 470 Leaders Ready For Gold Fight In Qingdao: "The action will heat up on the final day of ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao with equations and what ifs running through sailors heads after an intriguing penultimate day of racing in Qingdao, China. Light winds and a strong current made racing a tricky affair for the six classes sailing at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Sailing Competition venue."

Sailing World Cup Qingdao 2013,2014: "    Qingdao continues to offer a mix of conditions for ISAF Sailing World Cup as a soft southern breeze will see sailors use a different string in their bow. Racing is scheduled to commence at 12:00 local time with three races for the six classes racing at ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao.     Whilst the breeze is looking light, it will consistently be around 5 knots with gusts of 9 knots come race time . . .."

America’s Cup sailing experience in San Francisco Bay | Washington Times Communities" . . . Unlike this year’s 72-foot catamarans, the USA 76 is an 84-foot monohull, but that doesn’t stop it from zipping through San Francisco Bay with a good wind. Sailing for about 2.5 hours, the public charters are an ideal way to participate in the sailing of an International America’s Cup Class yacht, whether you prefer to take the helm or get a bit of a workout as a grinder. All the while, you’re getting breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay, and even sailing underneath the Golden Gate Bridge. Rates start at $140 per adult, but range depending on sail date. . . ."

AFLOAT: Sailing duo get back on the water
Dorset Echo
TWO sailors who have been missing from local start lines in recent years because of illness have got back on the water in Portland Harbour. Anya de Iongh stopped sailing in 2011 after an accident and the diagnosis of several long-term health conditions.

River Romp Sailing Regatta this weekend
Cape Coral Daily Breeze
More than 250 youth sailors will compete on the Caloosahatchee River this Saturday and Sunday in the annual River Romp Sailing Regatta. The multi-class regatta is a Junior Olympic competition sanctioned by United States Sailing. About 20 members of the ...

Sailing ship Lady Washington runs aground at Westport
The 112-foot sailing ship is a full-scale reproduction of the first American vessel to make landfall on the west coast of North America in 1788. The Lady Washington and another ship, the Hawaiian Chieftain, are operated by the Grays Harbor Historical ...

Sea Cloud's sailing cruise
Financial Times
Somewhere off the coast of Kefalonia, a westerly wind had come up. On the bridge, the captain gave the order to set sail. Seamen scampered aloft, fanning out along the yardarms, balancing on ropes 150ft above the decks. Then the furled sails tumbled ...

Plain sailing for youngsters
This is South Wales
The council's young people's service has teamed up with the Tall Ships Youth Trust to give young people from the city who are not in education, training or employment (Neets) the chance to gain skills and confidence on a unique sailing adventure. ​.

Sailing: Cup prize for teamwork
New Zealand Herald
The Red Bull Youth Americas Cup was an amazing opportunity being able to race an AC45 against the world's best under-25 sailors, just before the America's Cup started on the same course. I helmed, Blair was on tactics, with the rest of the crew Andy ...

NZ sailors continue winning streak
NZ City
New Zealand Olympic gold medallists Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie remain unbeaten at thesailing World Cup in Qingdao, China, after racking up two more wins. The 470 world champions have won every one of their six races to date, despite returning from a ...

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