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mardi 19 septembre 2017

  • Clipper World Yacht Race – Day 30 – Wind holes unsettle the fleet
    Sanya Serenity Coast has extended its lead in the closing stages of the race to Punta del Este, with the majority of the fleet caught out by wind holes. PSP Logistics and Great Britain have moved up to second and third respectively, having taken an easterly route, and are hoping to avoid the (...)

  • RS:X World Windsurfing Championships – Day 1 – Storm in a teacup
    At the end of the day, whilst the remnants of the typhoon which passed through overnight did play a role, it was the almost impossible sailing conditions for both the sailors and race committee which would dominate the talk ashore.

  • Volvo Ocean Race – Martin Strömberg joins Turn the Tide on Plastic
    Strömberg says he’s passionate about the prospect of passing along his knowledge to the next generation, along with bringing Turn the Tide on Plastic team’s message of sustainability to an international audience.

  • Régates Royales - Trophée Panerai : Cannes, capitale du yachting classique du 20 au 23 septembre

  • Pas de victimes mais des dégâts importants pour Sunsail aux Antilles

  • Bénéteau inaugure le bateau connecté de demain, avec la technologie Ship Control !

  • Laser Standard World Championship 2017 Split CRO Day 5
    Des airs de 1416 nds et des vagues formées se sont invités en ce 2e jour des phases finales. Trois manches ont pu être validées sur le Rond Orm deux seulement sur les Ronds Argent et Bronze. Avec un score du jour de 125, ...

  • Windsurfing RS:X World Championship 2017 Enoshima JPN Day 1
    Câ€â„¢est sur le plan dâ€â„¢eau des Jeux Olympiques de 2020 quâ€â„¢ont commencé hier les Championnats du Monde de RS :X. Le passage dâ€â„¢une dépression dans la nuit a laissé un plan dâ€â„¢eau agité et des airs de 1012 nds pour les concurrents.

  • 6mJI World Championship 2017 Vancouver CAN Day 2
    Deux manches ont pu être validées en ce 2e jour du Mondial 6mJI qui se dispute actuellement au Canada. Avec un score du jour de 22, Philipp Dürr SUI conserve lâ€â„¢avantage en Modern avec 2.5 points dâ€â„¢avance sur Andy Beadsworth ...

  • 5o5 Klassenmeisterschaft 2017 WSC Obwalden Final results
    Neuf manches ont pu être validées ce weekend à lâ€â„¢occasion du championnat de Série de 5o5. Le thermique qui a soufflé sur le plan dâ€â„¢eau a été très instable. Les équipages ont dû redoubler dâ€â„¢efforts pour réaliser une tactique ...

  • Catamaran de Sport Yvan Bourgnon SUI Passage du NordOuest La visite dun ours.
    Les vents orageux ont forcé Yvan Bourgnon SUI à plonger vers le Sud le long des côtes canadiennes pour trouver refuge. Mouillé dans la baie de Qikiqtarjuaq, Yvan Bourgnon a reçu la visite dâ€â„¢un ours polaire qui tenu à lâ€â„¢avant ...

  • 470 SwissCup 2017 WSC Obwalden
    En plus des Fireball (dont nous avons parlé hier) et les 505 (nouvelle cidessus), les 470 étaient de la partie sur lâ€â„¢Alpnachersee pour leur Swiss Cup. Après cinq manches validées, la victoire revient à Philipp Erni/Stefan ...

  • blu26 National Suisse Bad Wiessee GER
    17 équipages se sont retrouvés ce weekend à Bad Wiessee pour le National Suisse de Blu26. Après huit manches disputées, la victoire revient à J.Thomas GER. C.Kuster SUI et M.Klötzli SUI complètent le podium. Le

  • Esse 850 Austrian Open Mondsee AUT
    Le National Autrichien dâ€â„¢Esse 850 sâ€â„¢est tenu le weekend dernier le lac de Mondsee AUT. Neuf équipages venus dâ€â„¢Allemagne, dâ€â„¢Autriche et de Suisse ont fait le déplacement. Sept manches ont pu être validées. La victoire revient ...

  • Classes ACVL Challenge dAutomne CV Vidy
    La première manche du championnat dâ€â„¢automne de Vidy sâ€â„¢est tenu ce weekend dans des conditions… automnales. En

  • SRS Final du Championnat FVLJ CV Neuchatel
    Le dernier acte du Championnat des lacs jurassiens sâ€â„¢est tenu ce samedi sur le lac de Neuchâtel. Pierre Walt CVN sâ€â„¢impose en remportant toutes les manches sur son Esse 850 et devance Daniel Grandguillaume CVN sur son Farr ...

  • Laser Standard Men's Worlds - Day 5 - Another champagne sailing day
    Fears of wind coming from all directions on the second day of ‘Finals’ at the Laser Standard Men’s World Championships were unfounded when a westerly breeze developed just after noon. All three fleets were sent afloat to another new course area three miles from Split harbor in front of island (...)

  • Midway at Six Metre World Championships
    English Bay, Vancouver (September 18, 2017) – After a long wind delay, the second day of the 2017 Six Metre World Championships stayed on schedule with two more races for 45 teams representing 11 nations. After tied for the lead yesterday, Phillippe Durr (SUI) now sits alone on top the Open (...)

  • Sad But Incredibly Inspiring
    Richard Branson may be a British billionaire, but his sleeves are fully rolled up as he and his family are on the ground providing support for the Caribbean. After a week in the British Virgin Islands, his son Sam shares the devastation on the ground in this report. It's really hard to explain (...)

  • America's Cup - Dalton opens up on boat and options for next Cup
    Italian media are reporting that the announcement of the Protocol for the 36th America's Cup will take place in Auckland on the morning of the 29th September. Dalton confirmed the details of the yacht will be revealed two months later on November 30, but would not say if it will be a foiling (...)

  • The Mechanics of Mode
    In this Sailing World report by Andy Horton with Dave Powlison, they explain how using your sail plan to shift gears upwind and downwind puts you in the right mode for the right time. If the wind never changed, there was never a reason to get to one side of the course, or other boats (...)

lundi 18 septembre 2017

  • Class of 2017: Randy Smyth
    The U.S. National Sailing Hall of Fame selected eight people in 2017 to join the 57 previously-recognized individuals who have been enshrined since the first class in 2011. Among this group to be officially inducted on September 24 is two-time Tornado Olympic Silver Medalist Randy Smyth (Ft. (...)

  • Olympic Typhoon at RS:X Worlds
    Enoshima, Japan (September 18, 2017) - Typhoon No.18 was scheduled to dominate the headlines on the first day of racing at the 2017 RS:X Windsurfing World Championships, being held on the sailing venue for the 2020 Olympic Games. At the end of the day, whilst the remnants of the typhoon which (...)

  • A New Beginning for the America’s Cup
    In the Italian daily newspaper La Stampa, Grant Dalton, CEO of the America's Cup winning Team New Zealand, describes the change of course to be seen in the next America's Cup. What boats will we see in the next America’s Cup? Large and powerful monohulls, a development class. Technologically (...)

  • Moving day at Laser Worlds
    Split, Croatia (September 18, 2017) - The 2017 Laser Standard Men’s World Championship had three races today, which triggered the second discard with 10 races now completed. Pavlos Kontides (CYP) moved into first today, taking control of the championship with a 2-1-5. Kontides has a 15 point (...)

  • Azzurra ready for the grand finale of the 52 Super Series in Menorca
    Azzurra has arrived in Menorca at the lead of the Super Series, with just three points overall on the current World Champion, Platoon, and six points on Quantum, winner of the series

  • Guardians of History Meet for Championship
    Promising a spectacular finish to their 2017 sailing season, ten historic 12 Metres are sailing their North American Championship on September 22 to 24 in Newport, RI. The event, along with the METREFEST Newport, Newport Trophy and Edgartown Race held earlier this summer, counts toward points (...)

  • Menorca 52 Super Series Sailing Week – Looking to end on a high note
    After a conventional upwind leg of around two miles there follows a long downwind of around four miles with a gate midway down the leg which brings the fleet back together.

  • HYS One Ton Cup – Preview
    The 2017 edition is hosted by the Royal Yacht Squadron, Cowes, and presented by Hamble Yacht Services and supported by Grapefruit Graphics, Premier Composite Technologies, TT Rigging, Diverse Yachts and North Sails. FAST40+ Class supporter Henri Lloyd will be awarding a special prize to the (...)

  • World’s fastest riders take the start line for Kite Race Bonanza
    Pingtan, on the East China Sea, is fast establishing itself as a kiting destination hosting international competitions year-in, year-out, but until now the reliably windy city has been more familiar to freestylers than racers.

  • Clipper Race: Out of the darkness
    (September 18, 2017; Day 29) - As several teams have re-emerged from Stealth Mode, the Clipper 2017-18 Round the World Yacht Race leaderboard is looking a little clearer and Sanya Serenity Coast remains in the lead. More than half the teams in the fleet have now employed their ‘invisibility (...)

  • La Calypso endommagée par un incendie en Turquie

  • Mirabaud Sailing Video Award announces prestigious international jury
    It is an annual contest, open to professional cameraman, directors, editors and TV production companies from all over the world, as well as sailors who produce on-board videos during races.

  • New Zealand Reveals America’s Cup Class
    Not really, but given how the catamaran was evolving in 2017, who knows. In this spoof, gone is the crew as they present too much air drag, weight, and cost. The boat is controlled entirely through a game pad by the sole remaining crew, who also generates electricity and hydraulic pressure (...)

  • VIDEO: Our kind of sidecar
    Watch as this couple rides on their bike to go boating

  • Help Shake-A-Leg Miami Rebuild
    Located on beautiful Biscayne Bay, Shake-A-Leg Miami is a local non-profit organization that focuses on utilizing the marine environment to improve the health, education and independence of children and adults with physical, developmental and economic challenges, in an inclusive setting. From (...)

  • GAC Pindar win M32 Series Scandinavia for second consecutive year
    With GAC Pindar the only team not to catch a last place finish over the event, consistent results were clearly the key to success over the 16 race event. Even with some poor starts on day two, Williams and crew managed to pull it back every time as fans cheered the team picking their way up (...)

  • Sailing News: Have It Your Way
    Scuttlebutt has been delivering its daily email newsletter since 1997, and while we have fancied it up some, the focus hasn’t changed. The newsletter continues to be that daily download of major sailing news, commentary, opinions, features and dock talk …with a North American focus. But as we (...)

  • Volvo Noble Marine RS Vareo Nationals at Weston Sailing Club
    Despite a dreadful forecast, several first-time competitors joined the fleet and enjoyed fantastic racing. There were a whole range of wind strengths across the series and plenty of choppy waters.

  • Nigeria : Un naufrage fait 33 morts et 23 disparus sur le fleuve Niger

  • Helly Hanson RS200 Southern National Championships at Greystones SC
    As I mentioned earlier the second day of the event had to be called off due to a very bad forecast, however the fleet competed hard for honours on Saturday and there was something of a passing of the baton from Marty O’ Leary and Rachel Williamson bowing out of the class gracefully out of the (...)

  • Helly Hanson RS400 Irish National Championships at Greystones SC
    The RS400 has been a national fleet for a few years now, with strongholds in Cork, Northern Ireland, Dublin Bay and many other locations including GSC. 2017 has been a strong year and 30 of the best boats on the island descended on the town well prepared for the national championship (...)

  • Clipper World Race – Day 29 – Mixed results from Stealth Mode tactics
    Unicef and GREAT Britain both emerged from Stealth Mode at 0600 (UTC) this morning, with the two teams fairing quite differently during their 24 hours off the radar.

  • Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust prepare for an emotional homecoming
    During their tour of all four home countries, the Round Britain crew visited 13 hospitals to meet young people still undergoing treatment to help inspire them in seeing what is possible after cancer. For many of the crews, both young and old, going into the hospitals was a huge part of what has (...)

  • Volvo Ocean Race - Two week Assembly Period begins today
    The Volvo Ocean 65 fleet will be returned to the caring hands of the Boatyard technicians in Lisbon before the start of the race. All systems on the boats will serviced and the boats will receive their measurement certificates. the Assembly Period gives Volvo Ocean Race teams some invaluable (...)

  • Premiers visuels du plus gros voilier de Bavaria, le futur Bavaria C65 !

  • Scoop - un modèle de 46 pieds à venir chez Targa

  • RS:X 2019 World Championships assigned to Circolo Surf Torbole
    Great satisfaction also for Alessandra Sensini (four Olympic medals) who won in Torbole, in 2006, the first ever edition of the RS:X World Championships.

  • Seawanhaka Corinthian defends Seawanhaka Cup
    Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club successfully defended the 2017 Seawanhaka International Challenge Cup for Small Yachts, with the 46th match held in Match 40’s on September 15-17 in Oyster Bay, NY. Winning skipper Chris Poole, along with Sam Barron-Fox, Jean-Pierre Blaise, John Colburn and (...)

  • VIDEO: Rolex Big Boat Series 2017
    2017 Rolex Big Boat Series held September 14-17 in San Francisco,









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