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Published on Jan 21, 2014
Quantum Key West 2014 coverage
Premiere Racing, Inc. | Quantum Key West 2014: January 19 – 24, 2014
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Quantum Key West 2014 saves best for last
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Key West, FL (January 24, 2014) – There was plenty of final day drama at Quantum Key West 2014 as the winners of several classes were determined during the last race. And conditions could not have been better for those winner-take-all scenarios with ...
Quantum Racing Win At Key West Regatta
Quantum Racing, skippered by Amway president Doug DeVos sails in the final race of the Quantum Key West 2014 regatta Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, in Key West, Fla. Although DeVos and his crew placed third in Friday's race, they won the 52 class at the end of ...
Russian team complete Extreme Sailing Series™ 2014 line-up: "Extreme Sailing Series™ organisers OC Sport, have today confirmed the eleventh team on the starting grid for the 2014 Stadium Racing tour as the first ever Russian Extreme 40 team. The team will make their debut alongside some of the world’s best known sailing teams and sailors including Groupama Team France, Emirates Team New Zealand, The Wave, Muscat and J.P. Morgan BAR. The 2014 Notice of Race allows up to 10 full teams with two wildcards at OC Sport discretion. With the Russians now in, plus several of the single event wildcards already confirmed, including Team Aberdeen Singapore for Act 1, the grid is pretty well full for the year... "
Perfect scorecard for Melges 24 designer at Festival of Sails
First points in the Gill Melges 24 Australian Open Nationals, one of the Festival of Sails' opening events, went to Harry Melges and his Star crew from the USA. Melges, who founded the class in 1993 with his brother Hans and crewman Andy Burdick, began ...
Youngsters shown the sailing ropes
The next training session is being held in the north of the county at Combs Sailing Club on Saturday, March 9 and will be led by coach Richard Rawson of Peak Dinghy Spares. He will be helping the sailors to work on key aspects of their chosen sport and ...
Irish coastguard and sailing fraternity nervous about ghost ship
It's always of concern to sailors that unmanned vessels are sometimes abandoned at sea. Without lights they are a significant hazard to yachts at night. When that vessel is a 100m long ship, it's no wonder it causes anxiety to ocean-going sailors. The ...
Sailing a Panamax Through the Panama Canal
Wall Street Journal
As Panama struggles to resolve a budget dispute with a consortium of European builders over a plan to widen the Panama Canal, WSJ's Dan Molinski takes a ride from the Pacific to the Atlantic aboard one of the largest ships that can fit through....
Morticia recovers from startline dramas to win Geelong passage race
The featherweight trimaran Morticia fought above its weight to claim a surprise victory against much bigger and more powerful rivals in the Festival of Sails' Melbourne to Geelong passage race today, Friday 24th January, 2014. Weighing in at just 900 ...
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