22 November 2013

Inter 20 Extreme Sailing Lake Michigan video

Inter 20 Extreme Sailing Lake Mi Nov 10 2013b - Published on Nov 11, 2013 - sailing video - "Brian, Mark, and Brandon. November 10, 2013. Lake Michigan water temp in the 30s. Waves 6 to 10 feet. Air Temp in the low 40s. Wind blowing 25 to 30 mph. We really needed a fourth guy on the boat. It was too rough for the traps.This is only my 5th time sailing the Inter 20 by Performance Catamarans. I just bought it a couple months ago. It is an awesome boat. I sailed a Hobie 18 for over 15 years and a Hobie 16 for 10 before that. This boat is so much better in so many ways. You could steer this boat with 2 fingers in any conditions and with the mast rake fully back. The self tacking jib is so convenient when going through the channel. The leward hull does not go under. I could go on and on."

Gary Jobson featured at February sailing forum
Trade Only Today
In many ways, the momentum built from the Yacht Club Summit inspired the creation of the Sailing Leadership Forum, which will connect sailors from all areas of the sport. Jobson has won multiple one-design class championships, the America's Cup in 1977 ...

Yachting great Sir James Hardy 'tickled pink' by being inducted into SA Sport ...
Herald Sun
In 1983, Sir James became part of Australian sailing's greatest moment in the sport when Australia II claimed the America's Cup for the first time. He was also an America'sCup skipper three times. Sir James was also awarded an OBE and a Knight ...

PHOTO: Put on your spurs, it's round-up time
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
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Heaven Can Wait Charity Sailing Regatta highly successful
Sail World
Haylee Outteridge - Nathan's sister and Rio Olympic hopeful, and finally Kyle Langford – wing man on the successful challenger for the Americas Cup – Oracle. All of thesesailing stars were interviewed in depth by local boating columnist – Mark ...

Phuket King's Cup Regatta: on the lighter side
Pattaya Mail
Or, as the multi sailing Gold Medallist, tactician on “Oracle”, Ben Ainslie, said it after the event: “The incredible panorama of the America's Cup brought home to millions the challenge, skill, freedom and sheer beauty of yacht racing – for most ...

Ten teams to compete in Carlos Aguilar Match Race
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Sailors will compete in IC-24s, a local adaptation of a J/24. The CAMR is an International Sailing Federation (ISAF)-provisional Grade Two event. The race format will be a double round robin series leading to the semi-finals and finals. Spectators are ...

Alpari Tour set for dramatic finish with Monsoon Cup
The Star Online
Canfield of Team USOne is one of the top dogs in the sailing world. The 24-year-old has romped to three impressive podium finishes – winning the Chicago Match Cup as well as finishing second and third in the Korea Match Cup and Argo Group Gold Cup ...

Sailability Hong Kong offers sailing training to those with disabilities
South China Morning Post
The coaches found that she sailed quite well and invited her to join their group. Now she is one of a 24-strong team preparing for the games in South Korea, the first to includesailing. Sailability believes the sport builds self-esteem and ...

Around the sailing clubs, Friday, November 22, 2013
Isle of Wight County Press
IN THE light wind on Sunday, it was a struggle for all classes to get round the windward mark. The RS group had a tense race with Derek Ness's RS500 holding up well against the faster RS400s for most of the time, but in the end he finished third ...

Sailors put skills to test in race around Keppel Bay
Bundaberg News Mail
This year host club favourite "Special K", owned by Brian Spowart, took out the honours with a combination of skilful sailing and an element of good timing in catching the following breeze to enjoy a swift sail home from No 4 buoy. Brad Barker at the ...

Sailing: J105 Invitational Regatta Gets Underway
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