18 June 2019

Puerto Sherry 52 Super Series Royal Cup, Cadiz, Spain, June 18-22

LIVE TV Day 3 – Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019

Thursday, June 20, 2019: The first race is due to start at 13:00 CEST.

Day 2 Highlights – Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup 2019

Wednesday, June 19, 2019.

Day 1 Highlights -- Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup 2019 

Jun 18, 2019: unstable conditions open up the field on the first day in Puerto Sherry.
Puerto Sherry 52 Super Series Royal Cup June 18-22, Cadiz, Spain, the 52 SUPER SERIES fleet racing takes place at an Atlantic Ocean venue once again.

2019 52 SUPER SERIES: best of 5 events gets the trophy
  • Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week  May 21st - 25th, Menorca, Spain
  • Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup  June 18th - 22nd, Cadiz, Spain
  • Cascais 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week  July 16th - 20th, Cascais, Portugal
  • Rolex TP52 World Championship Puerto Portals 2019  August 25th - 29th, Mallorca, Spain
  • Porto Cervo 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week  September 24th - 28th, Sardinia, Ital
Standings after the first event at Menorca, Spain (May 21-25)
  1. PLATOON (GER)
  2. PROVEZZA (TUR)
  3. QUANTUM RACING (USA)
  4. AZZURRA (ITA)
  5. BRONENOSEC GAZPROM (RUS)
  6. ALEGRE (GBR)
  7. PHOENIX 12 (RSA)
  8. SLED (USA)
  9. PHOENIX 11 (RSA)
  10. GLADIATOR (GBR)
  11. TEAM VISION FUTURE (FRA) 
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17 June 2019

2019 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta Chicago Saturday Highlight Reel

2019 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta Chicago Saturday Highlight Reel

Four races in each fleet has the 2019 Helly Hansen Chicago NOOD Regatta back on track.

2019 Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta Chicago
Chicago Yacht Club, Chicago, IL, USA
June 07 - 09, 2019

Official website and Yacht Scoring Results

2020 Nood Schedule:
St. Petersburg, FL  - February 14 - 16, 2020
San Diego, CA - March 20 - 22, 2020
Annapolis, MD - May 1 - 3, 2020
Chicago, IL - June 12 - 14, 2020
Marblehead, MA - July 23 - 26, 2020

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16 June 2019

Rolex Giraglia 2019 – One to Remember (video)

Rolex Giraglia 2019 – One to remember

An enthralling edition of the Rolex Giraglia concluded on Saturday 15 June with the final prizegiving hosted by the Yacht Club de Monaco. Contested by 243 international yachts the 2019 Rolex Giraglia offshore race proved to be one of the fastest in recent memory with all finishers arriving in under 40 hours. Recipients of Rolex timepieces were Alex Schaerer’s Maxi 72 Caol Ila R as the overall winner on corrected time and George David’s 88-ft maxi Rambler having secured line honours. As crews arrived at the resplendent Yacht Club de Monaco, it provided an opportunity to reflect on the race’s enduring and unique appeal. Rolex, a supporter of yachting since the 1950s, has been a close and committed partner of the event since 1998. Rolex World of Yachting video above published Jun 15, 2019.

See also: Rolex Giraglia 2019 June 12 Stunning Start (video)

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15 June 2019

Noé Delpech, Sailing in Marseille (video)

Noé Delpech: Sailing in Marseille | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019

World Sailing TV video above published Jun 14, 2019: Noé Delpech has been sailing in Marseille since 2005, so he was the perfect person to ask about what we can expect to see here at the venue for sailing at Paris 2024. However, he's currently fully focused on Tokyo 2020, and the fight between the French 49er teams for that solitary spot at the upcoming Olympic Games.

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13 June 2019

Rolex Giraglia 2019 June 12 Stunning Start (video)

Rolex Giraglia 2019 Jun 13 – Rambler Wins Line Honours

In her first appearance at the Rolex Giraglia, George David’s Rambler claimed line honours completing the 241 nautical mile offshore race in a little over 16 hours. The United States maxi was on course to break the seven-year old race record until the breeze faded on her approach to the finish line off the Yacht Club de Monaco. Rambler’s closest rival on the water was Sir Lindsay Owen-Jones’s Wallycento Magic Carpet Cubed. She finished almost 35 minutes later. With line honours decided, the focus turns to who from the 243-strong international fleet will prevail on corrected time to claim overall victory. The Rolex Giraglia, one of the most important events in the Mediterranean sailing calendar, has been partnered by Rolex since 1998.

Rolex Giraglia 2019 June 12 Stunning Start

The start of the 2019 Rolex Giraglia offshore race was one of the most impressive in recent memory. Sailing under clear blue skies and a favourable, building breeze the 243-strong international fleet offered a sublime spectacle. A testing and tactical 241-nautical race lies ahead including the seminal rounding of the Giraglia rock, the virtual halfway point. For only the second time in its history, the race will finish off the Yacht Club de Monaco in Monte-Carlo. The leading contenders to be first over the line include Sir Lindsay Owen-Jones’s Wallycento Magic Carpet Cubed, a past line honours and overall winner of the event, and George David’s all-conquering 88-ft maxi Rambler. They both have the current race record of 14 hours, 56 minutes in their sights. Partnered by Rolex since 1998, the event is organised by the Yacht Club Italiano and the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez. Rolex World of Yachting video above published Jun 12, 2019.

Official website: RolexGiraglia.com and Results

Notice of Race: https://www.rolexgiraglia.com/easyUp/file/10_bando_giraglia_2019.pdf

Tracking: http://www.sgstracking.com/live/index.html?id=234

Course (blue):

Rolex Giraglia 2019 Preview

The annual Rolex Giraglia has many facets. Part inshore series, part offshore race, it is organized and supported by distinguished yacht clubs, hosted in enticing locations and defined by a Corinthian spirit and intense, fair-minded competition. Its global standing has increased each year since its founding in 1953, as evidenced by the growth in fleet numbers and international span. The Rolex Giraglia is organised by the Yacht Club Italiano (YCI), supported by the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez. They are both close partners of Rolex, whose relationship with the event began in 1998. Over 250 crews are expected to contest the 67th edition which takes place from 7–15 June 2019. This year, for only the second time in its history, the Yacht Club de Monaco (YCM) will host the finish of the event’s most famous element, the 241 nautical mile offshore race.

Rolex has always associated with activities driven by passion, excellence, precision and team spirit. It naturally gravitated towards the elite world of yachting six decades ago and today supports the most prestigious clubs, races and regattas. The brand is Title Sponsor of 15 major international events – from leading offshore races, such as the annual Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race and the biennial Rolex Fastnet Race, to grand prix competition at the Rolex TP52 World Championship and spectacular gatherings at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup and the Rolex Swan Cup. Rolex’s partnerships with the likes of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, Royal Malta Yacht Club, New York Yacht Club and Royal Yacht Squadron are the foundation of its enduring relationship with this dynamic sport.

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12 June 2019

Adris 44Cup Rovinj Highlights Video

Adris 44Cup Rovinj Highlights

ll the best footage of the Adris 44Cup Rovinj 2019.

Team CEEREF windward mark rounding

Onboard with Team CEEREF as they lead the fleet around the windward mark, Adris 44Cup Rovinj, June 1, 2019.

See also: Adris 44CUP Rovinj, 29 May - 2 June, LIVE Feed

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11 June 2019

470 Women & Men Medal Races, Hempel World Cup Series Marseille

470 Women Medal Race | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019

The last Medal Race of the Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille was certainly the most tense! Wearing the yellow bibs, Great Britain's Hannah Mills & Eilidh McIntyre led French duo Camille Lecointre & Aloise Retornaz by a single point. With neither able to be caught, it was a straight match race between the two for gold. In light winds and tricky conditions. World Sailing TV videos (above and below) published June 10, 2019.

470 Men Medal Race | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019

On a final day plagued by light winds, the 470 Men's Medal Race at the Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille was able to be sailed after several failed attempts. Australia's Mat Belcher and Will Ryan had gold more or less in the bag, but who would take silver and bronze?

See also: 2019 World Cup Series Final Marseille, France, June 4-9, LIVE Feed

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10 June 2019

RS:X Men & Women Medal Races, Hempel World Cup Series Marseille

RS:X Men Medal Race | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019

World Sailing TV windsurfing video above published Jun 9, 2019.

RS:X Women Medal Race | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019

World Sailing TV windsurfing video above published Jun 9, 2019.

See also 2019 World Cup Series Final Marseille, France, June 4-9, LIVE Feed

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04 June 2019

2019 World Cup Series Final Marseille, France, June 4-9, LIVE Feed

LIVE | Medal Races | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019 | Sunday 9 June

The final day of Medal Races at the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille, Sunday, June 9, 2019.

LIVE | Medal Races | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019 | Saturday 8 June

The first Medal Races at the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille are set to get underway on Saturday 8th June. Scheduled to be racing on Saturday: RS:X Men, RS:X Women, Nacra 17, 49er, 49erFX and Mixed Kiteboarding

Day 4 Highlights | Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019

Day 4, June 7, 2019. See also: Hempel World Cup Series Final Marseille 2019 highlights from Day 1Day 2, Day 3, and preview video.

Hundreds of sailors will take to the 2024 Olympic waters for the Hempel World Cup Series Final in Marseille, France. Racing starts June 4 with finals June 8-9.

Official website: 2019 World Cup Series Final Marseille | Schedule | Results

Racing starts on Tuesday 4 June at 11:00 local time. Hempel World Cup Series champions will be crowned in 49er, 49erFX, Nacra 17, Open Kiteboarding and Men's and Women's RS:X fleets on Saturday 8 June. On the Sunday, further champions will be crowned in the Men's and Women's 470, Laser, Laser Radial and Finn. #hwcsmarseille
Events: Men 470 and Women 470, Men 49er and Women 49erFX, Men Finn, Men IKA and Women IKA (International Kiteboarding Association), Men Laser and Women Laser Radial, Mixed Nacra 17, Men RS:X and Women RS:X.
Host website: evenements.ffvoile.fr/wcsf2019gbr.aspx
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30 May 2019

Adris 44CUP Rovinj, 29 May - 2 June, LIVE Feed

​Day 4 Adris 44Cup Rovinj - Aleph Racing: 44Cup winner finally after nine years of trying​

Hugues Lepic's Aleph Racing scored their third bullet out of four races, increasing their five point lead at the final day's start to a massive 10. Ultimately a fourth place in the final day's second and final race handed the French team victory at the Adris 44Cup Rovinj. This was a considerable step up from their third to last place at the first 44Cup event of the season in Montenegro in April.​ 44Cup video above published Jun 2, 2019.

DAY 3 Adris 44Cup Rovinj - Leader change as Aleph Racing goes turbo

Day 3 results of the Adris 44Cup Rovinj demonstrated how fortunes between the slippery, high performance RC44 one design monohulls and their ultra-competitive crews can change in a heartbeat. London-based Frenchman Hugues Lepic's Aleph Racing was top scorer in yesterday's three races, just. But today she was runaway leader.

To make up the schedule and because the forecast indicates conditions may be lighter, racing has been rescheduled to start an hour earlier Sunday, June 2, 2019. Meanwhile Saturday night the celebrations continue for the opening of Maistra's Grand Park Hotel Rovinj and the adjacent ACI Marinas Rovinj superyacht marina. See the Adris 44Cup Rovinj video Parade of Sail, a sail past of the Maistra Collection’s brand new Grand Park Hotel Rovinj, host venue for this event.

Day 2 Adris 44Cup Rovinj - Two bullet day for Charisma

Glory boys of today were unquestionably Nico Poons’ Charisma, who managed to secure bullets in the first and last races. However these sandwiched a costly last place - the classic zero-to-hero way for which the Monaco-based Dutchman’s team is famous. “This is normal for us - I wish I knew why,” admitted Poons. “We need a bit more time to sail together, but the potential in the team is there. We are getting a more stable and cutting out bad results.” 44Cup video above published May 31, 2019.

Day 1 Adris 44Cup Rovinj - Five races within one on opening day

A difficult opening day of the Adris 44Cup Rovinj saw just one race completed and a worthy winner in Igor Lah's Team CEEREF. But perhaps never in the history of the 44Cup have so many different teams led during one race. 44Cup video above published May 30, 2019. See also Adris 44Cup Rovinj preview video and video of Tom Slingsby and Vladimir Prosikhin on defending 44Cup World Champion Team Nika for the 2019 season.

The 44Cup fleet returns to the Croatian gem of Rovinj for the second event of the 2019 tour. In the 2019 44Cup, the world's top businessmen and the best sailors in the industry compete in high-performance one-design 44-foot carbon racing yachts. With the team owners at the helm, and the pros calling tactics, the fleet racing is very short, intense and action-packed, with a target race time of 40 minutes and boats frequently separated by just seconds at the finish line. There are generally three to four fleet races a day, depending on weather conditions, and no discard meaning every single race counts. The fleet racing takes place on a windward-leeward course, with a dog leg at the windward mark and a gate at the leeward mark.
Points are allocated on the standard World Sailing ‘low point system’, so the boat that comes first in a race gets one point, second gets two points etc. The team with the fewest points at the end of each event is the winner.

Official website: 44cup.orgResults: 44cup.org/results; Tracker: tractrac.com.

Event schedule:
  • Wednesday, 29 May: 10.00 Practice race briefing; 11.30 1st warning for practice racing; 18.15 Welcome drinks.
  • Thursday, 30 May: 10.00 Fleet race briefing; 10.30 VIP morning briefing; 11.00 VIP boat dock out; 11.30 1st warning signal for fleet racing; 16.00 Aftersail buffet.
  • Friday, 31 May: 10.00 Fleet race briefing; 10.30 VIP morning briefing; 11.00 VIP boat dock out;  11.30 1st warning signal for fleet racing; 16.00 Aftersail buffet. 
  • Saturday, 1 June: 10.00 Fleet race briefing; 10.30 VIP morning briefing; 11.00 VIP boat dock out;  11.30 1st warning signal for fleet racing; 20.00 Official crew party.
  • Sunday, 2 June: 10.00 Fleet race briefing; 10.30 VIP morning briefing; 11.00 VIP boat dock out;  11.30 1st warning signal for fleet racing; 15.30 Last warning signal; 16.00 Prize giving ceremony + buffet.
Venue: Rovinj is situated on the western coast of Istria in Croatia, the largest peninsula on the Adriatic coastline, a one hour drive from Trieste, 2.5 hours from Zagreb and 6 hours from Munich. The people of Rovinj make their living mostly out of tourism, fishing, agriculture, winemaking and viticulture. Boasting a rich natural and cultural heritage with beautiful landmarks such as the old town, the Golden Cape Park Forest, protected islands and coastal area, Rovinj has many loyal visitors from all parts of the globe and has developed into a popular tourist destination. A pleasant climate and a wide array of sports facilities make Rovinj an ideal host venue for competitions, tournaments, sports schools and training camps for professional athletes all year round.

44CUP EVENTS 2019:
  • 44Cup Porto Montenegro April 10-14, Porto Montenegro, Tivat, Montenegro
  • ADRIS 44CUP May 29 - Jun 2, Rovinj, Istria County, Croatia
  • 44Cup Marstrand Jul 9 - 13, Marstrand, Västra Götaland County, Sweden
  • 44Cup Cascais Oct 2 - 6, Clube Naval de Cascais, Cascais, Lisbon District, Portugal
  • 44Palma Cup Nov 13 - 17, Real Club Náutico de Palma, Palma de Majorca, Spain

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29 May 2019

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race Crew Allocation (video)

World Arrives for Clipper Race Crew Allocation

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race video above published May 14, 2019: The countdown to September 1, 2019, and the start of the Clipper 2019-20 Round the World Yacht Race has officially begun following the largest Crew Allocation in the event's 23 history.

It was the most global Crew Allocation ever, with crew representing 36 of the 44 nationalities taking part in the race turning up at the Portsmouth Guildhall in the UK to find out what team they will be in. There were plenty of surprises and laughs for the more than 400 crew and 200 Race Crew Supporters, but the main feeling of the day was bring on race start. 

The Clipper 2019-20 Race will begin at St Katharine Docks, London, on September 1. Around 700 non-professional sailors from all walks of life, who have spent months training and preparing, will take part in the 40,000 nautical mile eleven month ocean adventure that includes six ocean crossings and visits six continents. 

The global Clipper Race Route will include stopovers in Punta del Este, Uruguay, Cape Town in South Africa, Fremantle and the Whitsundays in Australia, and Sanya, Zhuhai and Qingdao in China.

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28 May 2019

Alex Thomson Racing 2018 Highlights (video)

Alex Thomson Racing 2018 Highlights

2018 was an incredible year for Alex Thomson Racing. Here’s a look back at some of the ‘best bits’.

More info: alexthomsonracing.com

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27 May 2019

The World Sailing Show May 2019 Edition (video)

The World Sailing Show May 2019 Edition

Video above published Apr 28, 2019:
00:52 Coville’s secret revealed – The new Sodebo
08:35 The Un-Regatta
13:35 The Eagle has launched
19:17 A new route to the America’s Cup
21:32 Alternative foiling for fun
It has taken two years to create and has required absolute secrecy throughout. As Thomas Coville’s new 32m trimaran was rolled out into the open we got to see why his team had been so tight lipped about their new beast of a boat. This is an Ultime like no other.
We also take a look at another high performance multihull, but this one is for cruising. The Eagle 53 was inspired by the America’s Cup and designed to fly.
A new plan for the road to the America’s Cup is laid out as this year’s opening event is postponed.
How a sailing club in San Diego with an unorthodox approach to racing is grabbing the support of a new generation of young sailors. Plus, alternative ways to get your kicks on foils.

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21 May 2019

Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019, May 21-25, LIVE Feed

HIGHLIGHTS: Final Day – Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019

Saturday, May 25, 2019:  Harm Müller-Spreer’s Platoon crew clinched the first regatta title of the 2019 52 SUPER SERIES season, winning the Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week by one single point! Second placed Provezza, who led into the last race, missed out on the overall win by just four seconds.

Overall rankings 52 Super Series:
Next up: Puerto Sherry 52 SUPER SERIES Royal Cup June 18th - 22nd, Cadiz, Spain

HIGHLIGHTS: Day 4 – Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019

Day 4, May 24, 2019: a long day that finally yielded one race, and Quantum Racing emerged with an increased lead at the top of the leaderboard of the Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week. Final day of racing on Saturday, May 25, 2019.

HIGHLIGHTS: Day 3 – Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019

Day 3, Thursday, May 23, 2019: tight at the top – a single point separates the top three in Menorca. (Note: no racing on Day 2 due to lack of wind--see day 2 video here).

HIGHLIGHTS: Day 1 – Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019

Azzurra's "dream start" to the 2019 52 SUPER SERIES. 52SuperSeries video above published May 21, 2019.

See also Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 2019 preview video.
  • Official website: 52superseries.com  Results and standings here.
  • Venue: Menorca, Spain. 
  • Eleven boats, five days, pure performance racing.
  • The Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week 21-25 May.
Best of 5 events trophy:
Twitter LIVE Feed:

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15 May 2019

European Championship / SSL Breeze Grand Slam May 15-19 LIVE

Highlights - Final Day - SSL Breeze Grand Slam / Star Europeans

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Day 5 LIVE Replay

Sunday, May 19, 2019: QF, SF & FINAL - STAR EUROPEANS 2019 / SSL BREEZE GRAND SLAM FINALS

Highlights - Day 4 - SSL Breeze Grand Slam / Star Europeans

Saturday, May 18, 2019. Full video here.

Highlights - Day 3 - SSL Breeze Grand Slam

Friday, May 17, 2019 highlights above, day 3 full video here.

Highlights - Day 2 - SSL Breeze Grand Slam / Star Europeans

Star Sailors League video May 16, 2019. Full day 2 video here.

Highlights - Day 1 - SSL Breeze Grand Slam / Star Europeans

Video above published May 15, 2019. Paul Cayard Featured. See also Day 1 full video. Sailing venue: Lake Garda, Italy.

Official websites: breeze.starsailors.com and starsailors.com



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Alex Thomson Racing Team in Cozumel, Mexico (video)

Go behind the scenes with the ATR team

Alex Thomson and the ATR team deliver their final overseas tour onboard the current HUGO BOSS boat in Cozumel, Mexico.

More info: AlexThomsonRacing.com


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14 May 2019

The Luna Rossa Journey & Quest for the Ultimate Prize (video)

The Luna Rossa Journey & Quest for the Ultimate Prize

Luna Rossa’s quest for the America's Cup began two decades ago. An epic win of the Louis Vuitton Cup in Auckland in 2000, defeating America One, to move on to the America's Cup finals against Team New Zealand was a defining moment for Patrizio Bertelli’s Italian challenge that has endured the test of time and continues their pursuit in the 36th America's Cup presented by Prada.

Produced by award winning producer, Michael Mann and renowned editor, Claire Simpson (Academy Award for Platoon) this film captures the extreme moments on the water, from the America's Cup racing in Auckland to Valencia and on to San Francisco.

In the words of the late Sir Peter Blake: ‘You didn't win…but you only lose if you don’t have the courage to return.” Overcoming disappointing, to challenge again, the film explores the intensity of human resolve that makes the America's Cup the most complex trophy to win. Luna Rossa Challenge video above published May 5, 2019.

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08 May 2019

2019 Antigua Bermuda Race Starts May 8 Off Fort Charlotte, Antigua

Antigua Bermuda Race -- Start off Ft Charlotte Antigua Wednesday, May 8, 2019, Antigua to port, Bermuda to Port, finish off St David’s Light Bermuda, approx. distance 935 nm.

Antigua Bermuda Race Tracker as of May 12, 17:00 AST:

Official website: antiguabermuda.com 12 May 2019:
Supermaxi SHK Scallywag (HKG), skippered by David Witt, crossed the finish line outside St David's Lighthouse, Bermuda just before 10pm local time on Saturday 11 May, taking Line Honours in the 2019 Antigua Bermuda Race in an elapsed time of 3 days 08 hours 54 mins 21 seconds, outside the record set last year by Stephen Murray Jr.'s Volvo 70 Warrior (2 days, 18 hours, 32 minutes and 48 seconds).

Antigua Bermuda Race Chairman, Les Crane gave the Scallywag's a warm welcome, motoring out to meet the boat before their finish, and was on hand to provide the Goslings Dark 'n Stormys after the 17 Scallywag crew cleared customs. SHK Scallywag crew: Skipper David Witt, Anemike Bes, Harry Bethwaite, Tom Clout, James Crampton, Nick Crones, Ferdinand Galetta, Kris Mark Galetta, Alex Gough, Phil Harmer, Jack Macartney, Matt Pearce, Ben Piggott, Trystan Seal, Miles Seddon, Lindsey Stead and Charlie Wyatt.
Several yachts are expected to finish the Antigua Bermuda Race over the next 24 hours. At 0900 AST on Sunday 12 May, Afansay Isaev Maxi Weddell (RUS) was 223 miles from the finish line. Gilles Barbot's Volvo 60 Esprit de Corps IV (CAN) are just 14 miles astern of Weddell, 237 miles from the finish.
In the race for the win after IRC time correction, Lombard 46 Pata Negra (GBR), skippered by Andy Liss is estimated to be leading by eight hours, with 261 miles to go. Three yachts are having a very close battle for the podium after time correction. Kevin McLaughlin's x-55 Rye (USA) is 300 miles from the finish and estimated to be second under IRC. Just one hour behind Rye on corrected time is Peter Grueterich's xP-44 Xpatriate (USA), which has 323 mile to go. Morgan Watson and Meg Reilly's Pogo 12.50 Hermes II (CAN) is fourth after IRC time correction, with 304 miles to go and very much challenging for the podium.

In CSA Cruising, Carlo Falcone's 1938 79ft Alfred Mylne ketch Mariella (ANT) continues to impress. Mariella is estimated to be leading after time correction by five hours from Pata Negra and Hermes II. Final results will be posted here.
11 May 2019, 17:00 AST: SHK Scallywag heads for Line Honours finish late Saturday:
 Line Honours finish late Saturday 11 May 2019

Fleet positions as of 2019 May 10 17:00AST:
 Antigua Bermuda Race
  • Monday, May 6 – First Training day
  • Tuesday, May 7 – Second Training day, 1700 Skippers Meeting – Nelson’s Dockyard, 1800  Crew Party – TBA
  • Wednesday, May 8 – 12:00 Start off Fort Charlotte, Antigua
  • Thursday, May 16 – 12:00 ADT Time Limit
  • Thursday, May 16 – Goslings Prize Giving – Royal Bermuda Yacht Club
The Antigua Bermuda Race is organised by the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club in association with Antigua Sailing Week. The oceanic race will start from Fort Charlotte Antigua, just after Antigua Sailing Week on Wednesday 8th May. The 2019 Antigua Bermuda Race will be the third edition of the 935 nautical mile race through the Atlantic Ocean to Bermuda.
Two months before the start, 20 yachts had expressed their intention to race. The 100ft superyacht SHK Scallywag, will be racing with a full complement of world class sailors. The smallest is the Open 40 Raucous, skippered by Henry Rourke, which will race double-handed. Two of this year's entries have competed in all previous editions of the race. Pogo 12.5 Hermes, co-skippered by Meg Reilly (USA) and Morgen Watson (CAN), and Hanse 43 Avanti, skippered by Jeremi Jablonski (USA), which will be racing double-handed.

"Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag's team owner, SH Lee, is very excited to be racing his 100ft' Super Maxi with his team in Antigua for the first time in the upcoming 2019 Antigua Bermuda Race," commented Scallywag skipper Dave Witt (AUS). The 100ft canting keel Scallywag (ex-Ragamuffin) is very capable of breaking the Antigua Bermuda Race record which was set by Stephen Murray, Jr. (USA) racing Volvo 70 Warrior last year (2 days, 18 hours, 32 minutes and 48 seconds). The Antigua Bermuda Race is part of the Atlantic Ocean Race Series (AORS) and is equally weighted with the RORC Caribbean 600, Rolex Fastnet Race, and Rolex Middle Sea Race. Scallywag will be picking up valuable points prior to the start of the main event for the series, the Transatlantic Race, starting June 25, 2019.

The 2019 Atlantic Ocean Racing Series consists of five races: RORC Caribbean 600, Antigua Bermuda Race, Transatlantic Race 2019, Rolex Fastnet Race, and Rolex Middle Sea Race. Three races, including the Transatlantic Race (weighted 1.5) will be required to qualify.

The 935-mile Antigua Bermuda Race is organized in association with Antigua Sailing Week and is supported by the Bermuda Tourism Authority. Yachts of 40ft and over will be racing under the IRC Rating Rule, MOCRA and the CSA Racing Rule, with the latter amended to permit boats to use their engines, subject to a time penalty. The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, with many years experience hosting the Newport Bermuda Race, will guarantee a fantastic welcome and a great party.

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04 May 2019

San Francisco SailGP, May 4-5, LIVE Feed

San Francisco SailGP 2019 Sunday, May 5, Racing Highlights

SailGP Video published May 5, 2019.

Leaderboard (last updated 5/5/2019 at 20:58):
Position, Team--Helm--Pts
1 Australia--Tom Slingsby--95
2 Japan--Nathan Outteridge--91
3 Great Britain--Dylan Fletcher--79
4 United States--Rome Kirby--68
5 France--Billy Besson--61
6 China--Phil Robertson--60

Next stop in the series: SailGP New York, 21-22 June 2019

Full Day 2 Racing:

2019 San Francisco SailGP // Day 2 LIVE // Races 4-6 // 5 May 2019 // All the live action from Day 2 of San Francisco SailGP

High drama practice racing in San Francisco

No shortage of thrills and spills for the first practice racing session on iconic San Francisco Bay ahead of San Francisco SailGP 4-5 May. See also SailGP San Francisco Preview.

SailGP Round 2 in San Francisco -- six national teams racing supercharged foiling catamarans capable of reaching speeds of up to 50 knots (60mph) do battle on San Francisco Bay May 4-5, 2019.

SailGP Tour: San Francisco, May 4-5 (link to official website and results)
SCHEDULE:
Saturday, May 4: Race Day 1
  • San Francisco Race 1 14:35
  • San Francisco Race 2  15:04
  • San Francisco Race 3  15:33
Sunday, May 5: Race Day 2
  • San Francisco Race 4  14:35
  • San Francisco Race 5  15:04
  • San Francisco Final     15:33
TEAMS and Helmsmen:
  • Australia Tom Slingsby
  • Japan Nathan Outteridge
  • Great Britain Dylan Fletcher
  • China Phil Robertson
  • France Billy Besson
  • United States Rome Kirby

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27 April 2019

Antigua Sailing Week 2019, 27 April to 3 May, LIVE Feed

Epic Highlights | Antigua Sailing Week 2019

An epic recap of the 52nd Antigua Sailing Week! Video published May 4, 2019.

KPMG Youth 2 Keelboat Race Day 4 | Antigua Sailing Week

Big breeze and huge Caribbean surf spiced up the action for KPMG Y2K (Youth to Keelboat) Race Day! Y2K is all about getting young Antiguan sailors into the yachting industry. Aptly two youth teams showed tremendous camaraderie and quick thinking in the face of adversity. KPMG was well represented at the daily prize giving by John Applegate, Lisa Brathwaite, Christopher Brome, Michael Edghill and Bertram Alexander. Today's winners were presented with celebratory bottles of champagne and all of the 40-strong young sailors racing at Antigua Sailing Week were invited onto the stage to much applause. Antiguan guitarist Joshu provided the sounds with a perfect acoustic set from the main stage.

Reggae in the Park Race Day | Antigua Sailing Week 2019

20 knots of trades powered up the action on Reggae in the Park Race Day at Antigua Sailing Week. Over a thousand people from 21 nations enjoyed the spectacular conditions on the south coast of Antigua. Two races were held for most classes – the CSA Racing Classes were launched today with a full on foam-up on the Windward Course. The Bareboat Classes and Club Class raced short, sharp, windward-leeward courses off Rendezvous Bay.

In three Bareboat Classes, 26 teams from Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland and the USA are competing at Antigua Sailing Week. Competition at the top is intense. After five races, Alexander Pfeiffer’s KH+P Bavastro is leading Bareboat 1 by a single point: “I have been coming to Antigua Sailing Week since 1992,” commented Alexander Pfeiffer. “I can only remember one race which had to be postponed due to lack of wind in all those years. The sailing conditions are so reliable here and the people are so friendly. We also race against people that we do not know, which is very interesting. Even my team has been put together just for the regatta. We will be enjoying Reggae in the Park tonight for sure because we are moored right next to the stage!”

In Bareboat 3, Hans Steidle’s KH+P Barbuda is leading the class, with Michael Cannon and Neil Harvey’s KHS&S Contractors from Florida, who have been the overall bareboat champions for the last two years, in second place. However, with a discard kicking in for the next race, there is virtually nothing between the two teams.

Hans Steidle has a young team who have sailed together on Lake Constance for many years: “We have grown up together racing Optimists, 420s, and now J/70s,” commented Matthias Steidle. “We are all in our 20s, but the youngest is Luitpold Lindner. This is our first time to Antigua and we are really loving the fantastic sailing conditions and the fun ashore. We will definitely be going to Reggae in the Park and tomorrow, we will take the opportunity to see more of Antigua with an island tour.”

In Bareboat 2, Peter Zauner’s Tintoret leads the class. The Bavarian team was runner-up last year and will be hoping for victory in the 52nd edition of Antigua Sailing Week. Tintoret is having a great battle with Jakob Oetiker’s Swiss team racing KH+P Botero and Nicholas Jordan’s Ananda.

Today it was the turn of the Double-Handed Class for some bay watching. Their courses included a downwind slide round to the west coast of Antigua and a blustery beat back to the finish. Philip Asche’s American Swan 44 Freebird won the race.

The Multihulls had a spectacular course southeast of Antigua, including a long beat east along the rugged coastline, followed by a succession of blast reaches in full offshore conditions. Robert Szustkowski’s HH66 R-SIX won the race. Antigua Sailing Week video above published Apr 30, 2019.

Fever-Tree Race Day | Antigua Sailing Week 2019

The second day of Antigua Sailing Week was Fever-Tree Race Day, with the impressive fleet mixing it up in gorgeous weather on the south, east and west coast of Antigua. The Bareboat fleet, Double-Handed and Club Class started off Windward Beach with fresh trade wind in the high teens. The six CSA racing classes raced off Rendezvous Beach on tight round the cans courses with more sheltered but gusty conditions in a packed out race area. The Multihulls course took the flyers down the west coast past some of the best beaches in Antigua.

In CSA 1, Sir Peter Harrison had a wonderful birthday. His magnificent British superyacht Sojana scored two bullets adding to their win on day one. Sojana is unbeaten so far at Antigua Sailing Week. “We are probably the most difficult boat to manoeuvre at the regatta. With so many boats around us on the Rendezvous Course it was terrifying just getting in a position to start. Throw in two races and its double the stress,” commented Sojana's navigator, Jonny Malbon. “It was a tricky day but also a really good one. We had five hoists and drops, endless tacks and gybes, with most of the moves just a few minutes apart. Getting it wrong on a boat like Sojana you will pay a very high tariff. The boss is super-pumped at getting two bullets on his birthday - the team did an awesome job today.”

In CSA 2, Ker 46 Lady Mariposa, skippered by Dane Jesper Bank won the first race, but a sixth in the last race has shortened their class lead to just one point. Sir Hugh Bailey's Antiguan team racing Farr 45 Rebel won the last race to move up to second in the class, ahead of Vittorio Biscarini's Italian Mylius 15E25 Ars Una, purely on countback.

Racing in CSA 3, Irishman Adrian Lee is enjoying his sixth Antigua Sailing Week. For this edition Adrian is at the helm of his Swan 60 Lee Overlay Partners II and leads the class after winning the last race today. After three races, Lee Overlay Partners II is tied on points with Mark Jagger's British CNB 60 Theia of London. Ondeck Antigua's Farr 65 Spirit of Juno retired from the last race, dropping to third for the class. 
Antigua Sailing Week video above published Apr 29, 2019.

See also English Harbour Rum Race Day (video), and Peters & May Round Antigua Race 2019 (video).

Antigua Sailing Week, 27 April to 3 May, 2019.  Official website: sailingweek.com schedule


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26 April 2019

Sailing in St Barth Not An Easy Business (video)

Sailing in St Barth, Not An Easy Business (video)

Les Voiles De St Barth Richard Mille 10th Edition, 14-20 April 2019:  danger, shifting winds, reef and rocks!

Official webite: lesvoilesdesaintbarth.com

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25 April 2019

'This is a special race' – Tony Rae, The Ocean Race (video)

'This is a special race' – Tony Rae | The Ocean Race

Kiwi legend Tony Rae has been around The Ocean Race for over three decades – and in 2021-22, he's back, leading a NZ-flagged campaign with skipper Bianca Cook. Here, he explains why it's so important to bring new talent into offshore sailing, why this Race means so much to Kiwis, and the plan going forward. The Ocean Race video above published Apr 16, 2019.

Official website:theoceanrace.com

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24 April 2019

The Ocean Race, Racing with Purpose for Ocean Health (video)

Racing with Purpose for Ocean Health | The Ocean Race

The Ocean Race is building on its position as the sustainability leader in global sport by announcing a visionary partnership with 11th Hour Racing -- the largest of its kind in sport. The Ocean Race video above published Apr 21, 2019.

More information: theoceanrace.com

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23 April 2019

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, Sailing Legend (video)

First Look: Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, Sailing Legend

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race video above published Apr 22, 2019: On April 22, 1969, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston made history, becoming the first person to ever complete a solo and non-stop circumnavigation of the world's oceans. 50 years on, Sir Robin returned to Falmouth to recreate that historic day on board his beloved 32-foot ketch Suhaili.

Coming soon, this incredible story will be told like never before in a documentary called Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, Sailing Legend. Sir Robin will share his diaries from the race for the first time, while fellow leading sailors such as Olympian Sir Ben Ainslie, Dee Caffari and Alex Thompson will share what Sir Robin's achievement means to them.

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15 April 2019

Hempel World Cup Series Genoa 2019 Apr 14-21 LIVE Feed

LIVE | Medal Races | Hempel World Cup Series Genoa 2019 | Sunday 21st April

Sunday, April 21, 2019, Genoa, Italy.

LIVE | Medal Races | Hempel World Cup Series Genoa 2019 | Saturday 20th April

Saturday, April 20, 2019, Genoa, Italy.

Day 5 Highlights | Hempel World Cup Series Genoa 2019

April 19, 2019: three classes are in Medal Race action at Hempel World Cup Series Genoa on Saturday, while everyone else has one day of fleet racing left! Check out how the Laser Radials, Finns and 470 Men & Women are getting on ahead of their medal showdown on Sunday.

Day 4 Highlights | Hempel World Cup Series Genoa 2019

World Sailing TV video published Apr 18, 2019: Seven out of eight classes raced on Day 4 of the Hempel World Cup Series in Genoa...here are the best bits from the Laser, 49er, Finn and Nacra 17 fleets. See also Day 3 and Day 2 highlights of the Hempel World Cup Series Genoa 2019.

Events: Men 470, Women 470, Men 49er, Women 49erFX, Men Finn, Men Laser, Women Laser Radial, Mixed Nacra 17.

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10 April 2019

44Cup Porto Montenegro, 10-14 Apr 2019, LIVE Feed

Day 4 44Cup Porto Montenegro - Team CEEREF claims golden wheels in Montenegro

The Bay of Tivat came good for the final day of the 44Cup Porto Montenegro with three races held and a most worthy winner in Igor Lah’s Team CEEREF. The Slovenian team led this first event of the 2019 44 Cup from the outset. Today neither they nor Vladimir Prosikhin’s Team Nika won a race, but showed impeccable consistency, both enjoying a trio of podium place results, elevating Team Nika from fourth to second overall. Video above published Apr 13, 2019.

Day 3 44Cup Porto Montenegro - Team Nika wins penultimate day

44Cup video published Apr 12, 2019: Dramatic cloud formations over the mountains surrounding the Bay of Tivat and an overcast sky suggested that 44Cup Porto Montenegro competitors would be in for another day of adrenalin-filled competition in winds in the high teens. In the event the wind started dropping almost the moment the timing for the sequence was announced.

360° Tavatuy Sailing Team mark rounding

Onboard 360° video with Tavatuy Sailing Team as they round the windward mark and then broach downwind at the 44Cup Porto Montenegro. Video above published Apr 12, 2019.

Day 2 44Cup Porto Montenegro - Team Aqua top scorer

44Cup video above published Apr 11, 2019: While the sun was out and the rain held off, Porto Montenegro presented a challenging second day of 44Cup racing with conditions starting off in 10 knots and building to 20 by the close of play this afternoon. A light patch around the committee boat helped create nail-biting photo finishes in two of today's three races.

See also Day 1 video and Day 2 #Shotoftheday video: Spinnaker Burst. Porto Montenegro is the first event of the 2019 44Cup which pits the world's top businessmen and the best sailors in the industry compete in high-performance one-design 44-foot carbon racing yachts. The RC44 Championship Tour has been given a makeover and has been rechristened the 44Cup.

44Cup Porto Montenegro, April, 10 to 14 April 2019, hosted by the world-renowned superyacht marina Porto Montenegro situated in Tivat on the Bay of Kotor, virtually landlocked from the sea, with a setting that is spectacular, nestled between mountains and vast fjords to Venetian hamlets and untouched parks. Home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Montenegro is on the ascent as a tourist destination. The tiny Balkan nation is perched on the eastern Adriatic yet heavily influenced by its Mediterranean neighbors.

Official website: 44cup.org and Results.

Teams:
Aleph Racing (FRA17)
Artemis Racing (SWE44)
Bronenosec Sailing (RUS 18)
Charisma (MON 69)
Peninsula Petroleum (GBR 1)
Team Aqua (GBR 2041)
Team Ceeref (SLO 11)
Team Nika (RUS 10)
Tavatuy Sailing Team (RUS 21)


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09 April 2019

Tour of the SailGP F50 with Dylan Fletcher, Great Britain (video)

Tour of the SailGP F50 with Dylan Fletcher, Great Britain SailGP Team

Take a look inside the cockpit of a SailGP F50 catamaran, and learn more about the roles of each athlete on board, courtesy of a highly qualified tour guide: Great Britain SailGP Team helm Dylan Fletcher. SailGP.com video above published Mar 21, 2019.

SailGP is sailing redefined: established in 2018 and headquartered in London and San Francisco, SailGP is an annual, global sports championship featuring bold, cutting-edge technology and awe-inspiring athleticism. Next stop on the SailGP tour: San Francisco, May 4-5.

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08 April 2019

SailGP F50 Foiling - Cavitation Explained (video)

Explained: Cavitation

The foils of the SailGP F50 have been designed to delay cavitation for as long as possible - a phenomenon where the difference in pressure causes the water around the foil to boil, thereby reducing stability.

The SailGP fan-centric, inshore racing takes place in some of the most iconic harbors around the globe and culminates with a $1 million winner-takes-all match race. Rival national teams from Australia, China, France, Great Britain, Japan and the United States battle it out in identical supercharged F50 catamarans, engineered for intense racing at electrifying speeds exceeding 50 knots (nearly 60 mph).

SailGP.com video above published Apr 5, 2019. Next stop on the SailGP tour: San Francisco, May 4-5.

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07 April 2019

Foiling Explained with Tom Burnham, US SailGP Team (video)

Foiling Explained

Foiling technology is what allows the F50s to reach speeds of up to 50 knots. United States SailGP Team coach Tom Burnham explains the concepts behind it.

SailGP.com video above published Mar 20, 2019. Next stop on the SailGP tour: San Francisco, May 4-5.

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06 April 2019

SailGP F50 Explained (video)

SailGP F50 Explained

The SailGP F50 is an awe-inspiring racing machine capable of reaching speeds up to 50 knots (60mph/100kph). The team who designed and built the fleet explains what sets it apart.

SailGP.com video above published Mar 20, 2019. Next stop on the SailGP tour: San Francisco, May 4-5.

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05 April 2019

Behind the Scenes of the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series Miami (video)

Behind the Scenes of the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series Miami

Go behind the scenes at the biggest Olympic class regatta in the United States. US Sailing Team video published Apr 3, 2019. #HWCSMiami

See also: Hempel World Cup Series Miami 2019, Jan 27 - Feb 3, LIVE Feed

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04 April 2019

SailGP Round-Up | Sydney, Australia (video)

SailGP Round-Up | Sydney, Australia

SailGP got off to a flying start in Sydney, where Australia and Japan quickly became the teams to beat - see who triumphed in the opening event of Season 1. Next stop San Francisco May 4-5.

SailGP Teams: Great Britain, United States, Australia, France, China, Japan.

More info: sailgp.com

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03 April 2019

Offshore World Championship 2020, Valletta, Malta (video)

Offshore World Championship 2020 | Valletta, Malta

The inaugural Offshore World Championship will take place in October 2020 in Valletta, Malta, with the L30, a 30-foot one design keelboat, selected as the supplied equipment.

More information: L30 adopted for World Sailing Offshore World Championship | sailing.org.


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25 March 2019

BVI Spring Regatta March 25-31, 2019, LIVE Feed

BVI Spring Regatta 2019 - Sunday March 31, 2019

The third and final day of racing brought light winds to an eager fleet.  The Norman and Sol course got off a few races to shake up the leader board and determine the champions for the weekend.  Meet some of them and some other teams with a great story.

UPDATE: BVI Spring Regatta Race Results 29-31 March 2019

BVI Spring Regatta 2019 - Saturday March 30, 2019

The Mount Gay Rum Party was a blast on Friday night with a sandbag grinding competition, prizes on a wheel, band, dancing in the sand and daily awards.  Racing for Saturday was canceled, due to light air, so we took a tour of a few of the boats in the 90-boat fleet. T2PTV: Sailing On Demand videos above published Mar 30-31, 2019.

BVI Spring Regatta 2019 - Friday March 29, 2019

With the Sailing Festival complete, today was the first day of racing for the BVI Spring Regatta! Fair winds, a hard-working race committee and 90+ boats on two race courses in Sir Francis Drake Channel. T2PTV: Sailing On Demand video above published Mar 29, 2019. See also BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival preview video.

BVI Spring Regatta 2019 schedule 
BVI Spring Regatta March 25-31, 2019   #BVISR

25 March, 2019 - Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Records Smashed in Round Tortola Race
A perfect day for record setting at the BVI Sailing Festival saw Fujin, the Bieker 53 catamaran owned and skippered by Greg Slyngstad, win the Nanny Cay Challenge with the fastest elapsed time of 1:57:16, breaking the standing record set in 2015 by the trimaran Triple Jack of 2:33:40. The monohull record was also overturned by E1, the Volvo 70 skippered by Rafal Sawicki in an elapsed time of 2:53:08, beating the previous record set in 2016 by the TP52 Spookie of 3:08:43.
Plenty of buzz added to the fun vibe around the docks in Nanny Cay as boats returned after close racing in all classes. Gunboat 62 Mach Schnell, owned and skippered by Kent Haeger also broke Triple Jack's 2015 record in 2:00:39, taking first in the multihull class on corrected time. The Rapido 60 trimaran owned and skippered by Steve Bourne also broke the 2015 record finishing in 2:19:54.
Sailing with the same crew of eight who recently won the Caribbean 600, Fujin owner/skipper Greg Slyngstad commented, "Today's race was one of the reasons we came out - the weather conditions looked good to try for the record. Mach Schnell was pushing us hard, it was a lot of fun, and we've raced against Triple Jack in the past and in lighter air they've beaten us. Conditions were really excellent, we saw over 25 knots but it was steady at 19-21 most of the race, with big puffs and lulls coming over the island on the north side - we're getting the boat figured out!"
BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival 2019- NO FEAR! video. BVI Spring Regatta in 2019!  Tortola is open, restaurants and stores are open, and Moorings and Sunsail charters are waiting for you! Official website bvispringregatta.org



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