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lundi 22 janvier 2018

dimanche 21 janvier 2018

  • PHOTOS: 18ft Skiff thrills and spills
    Competition amid the Australian 18 Footer fleet during their 2017-18 season on Sydney Harbor. Photos by Frank Quealey

  • Europe selects best sail and power boats
    The best motorboats and sailing yachts in Europe are presented the “Water Sports Oscar” in a total of ten different categories every year. The international award “European Yacht of the Year” was now presented for the fifteenth time, while the “European Powerboat of the Year” was chosen for the (...)

  • Skipper replacement for Clipper Race
    British sailor David Hartshorn, 53, from Chepstow, is to take over as GREAT Britain Skipper for the remainder of the Clipper 2017-18 Round the World Yacht Race, replacing Andy Burns who has made the difficult personal decision to step down here in Airlie Beach, Australia. Full (...)

  • New World Women’s Windsurf Record
    The World Sailing Speed Record Council has ratified the new World Women’s Windsurf Record of 46.49 knots set by 51 year old Zara Davis (GBR) on November 22, 2017. Davis beat the previous speed of 46.31 knots, held since 2015 by Karrin Jaggi (SUI), on the 500 meter track at Luderitz, Namibia. (...)

  • Reisacher siegt in der Bodensee-Jahreswertung
    Günter Reisacher hat 2017 die Bodensee-Jahreswertung der Lacustre gewonnen. Vor allem gute Platzierungen bei der Bodenseewoche, der Onkel-Ernst-Regatta in Konstanz und bei der Regatta in Kreuzlingen brachten ihm den Gesamtsieg. Zweiter wurde Ulrich Volz, dritter Wolfgang Birkle. (...)

  • Test for USA at World Cup Series Miami
    The United States began competing in Sailing at the 1928 Olympic Games, and while they did not win any medals, the country soon became the most successful nation in Olympic history. However, their edge has been slipping, with Britain now trailing by just two medals: 60 to 58. The US Olympic (...)

  • Volvo Ocean Race: How did deadly collision occur?
    The tragic death of a fisherman, in a collision with Vestas 11th Hour Racing as they approached the finish line for Leg 4 of the Volvo Ocean Race, leaves us wondering how this could happen. How could the very best offshore sailors, equipped with what we hope to be the very best navigation gear, (...)

  • La liste des vainqueurs du Voilier Européen de l'Année 2018 !

  • VOR65 Ocean Race 2017/18 Leg 4 Hong Kong HKG Décès dun pécheur lors de la collision
    La double victoire chinoise de la 4e étape est entachée par un décès : lors de la collision entre le bateau de pêche et Vestasâ€â„¢, un des dix marins pêcheurs décède malgré lâ€â„¢intervention dâ€â„¢un hélicoptère pour évacuer le blessé ...

  • M32Catamaran Winter Series, Act 1 Valencia ESP Day 2
    Après les six manches de la première journée, huit autres courses sont accomplies hier. Richard Davies SUI garde la tête du classement et Hakan Svensson SWE se hisse sur la seconde marche du podium grâce à la meilleure journée ...

  • 420, 5o5, Dragon, Finn, Fireball, Laser SkiYachting Antibes FRA Day 3
    Le Slalom Géant du Mercredi a dû être annulé à cause des vents de tempête. Par contre, les deux premiers jours de régates se sont déroulés dans de bonnes conditions. Jusquà hier, 4 manches ont pu être courues. En ...

samedi 20 janvier 2018

  • Lay- and J-day at Barbados Sailing Week
    Bridgetown, Barbados (January 20, 2018) – While final preparations are underway for the Mount Gay Round Barbados Race tomorrow, the J/24 fleet crowned its winner in the closely contested final showdown in the J/24 Coastal Racing Series at Barbados Sailing Week. J/24 racing in Barbados never (...)

  • Volvo Ocean Race: Closure for Leg 4
    Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag have won Leg 4 of the Volvo Ocean Race, leading the fleet into their home port of Hong Kong on January 19. Beginning on January 2, the 5,600 nautical mile course took the fleet up the east coast of Australia from Melbourne, into the Coral Sea and up north to the (...)

  • Volvo Ocean Race: The blame game
    For the first time in the history of the Volvo Ocean Race, a leg would take the fleet to Hong Kong, the former British colony in southeastern China. A 5,600 nautical mile course, beginning January 2, directed the seven teams up the east coast of Australia from Melbourne, into the Coral Sea and (...)

  • Volvo Ocean Race - Collision mortelle au large de Hong-Kong

  • Tragedy strikes Volvo Ocean Race
    Hong Kong (January 20, 2018) – The Volvo Ocean Race can confirm Vestas 11th Hour Racing, one of the teams competing in the 2017-18 race, has been involved in a collision with a non-race vessel before the finish of Leg 4, near Hong Kong. According to the tracker, Vestas was traveling at 20 knots (...)

  • VOR65 Ocean Race 2017/18 Leg 4 Day 18 Victoire pour Scallywag out pour Vestas
    Hier soir, Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag (David Witt AUS) franchit la ligne dâ€â„¢arrivée de leur port dâ€â„¢attache en grand vainqueur à Hongkong de cette 4e étape. Câ€â„¢est trois heures plus tard que Dongfeng (Charles Caudrelier FRA, Franck ...

  • M32Catamaran Winter Series, Act 1 Valencia ESP Day 1
    Ce sont six manches qui composent cette journée dâ€â„¢ouverture du championnat hivernal des M32 courus à Valencia. Quatre victoires sont remportées par Richard Davies SUI occupant clairement la pôle position suivit à 9 points ...

vendredi 19 janvier 2018

jeudi 18 janvier 2018

  • Countdown to World Cup Series Miami
    Over 540 sailors from 50 nations are in the USA for the second stage of Sailing’s 2018 World Cup Series, which will be held January 23-28 in Miami, FL. Competition across all ten Olympic events will provide a critical measure as competitors approach the first opportunity to qualify for the (...)

  • Volvo Ocean Race: Darkness to the finish
    (January 18, 2018; Leg 4; Day 17) - Volvo Ocean Race fans around the world were on the edges of their seats today as Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag’s emergence from “Stealth Mode” corresponded with four other teams ‘disappearing’ from the tracker. Scallywag had a jump of just 40 miles on second-placed (...)

  • Shifting the Culture to Secure Podium
    Malcolm Page was hired a year ago as Chief of U.S. Olympic Sailing, and with the focus of international competition to be in the USA with the World Cup Series Miami on January 23-28, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck checks in with Malcolm for an update. What's it mean for the US Olympic Sailing (...)

  • Scuttlebutt: Riding the Internet Wave
    The first major commercial Internet Service Providers hit the scene in the early 1990s, with AOL, Prodigy, and CompuServe all showing up in 1995. Hotmail came along a year later. By the end of 1996, just shy of 1 in 10 Americans was on the Internet, but somewhere between then and 2001, Internet (...)

  • Scoop - Sunreef lance son tout premier day-boat catamaran, l'Open 40 Sunreef Power

  • Le skipper Manuel Cousin entre en classe Imoca avec Groupe Setin

  • VIDEO - FOCUS sur le nouveau Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1095

  • Scoop - Tout savoir sur le nouveau voilier Bavaria C50

  • VOR65 Ocean Race 2017/18 Leg 4 Day 17
    600 miles avant lâ€â„¢arrivée, le leader est en mode furtif. Ainsi, il est impossible de savoir ou se trouve Scallywagâ€â„¢ (avec Justine Mettraux SUI). Vestasâ€â„¢ est en tête, suivi de Dongfengâ€â„¢. Dû à son repositionnement, Scallywagâ€â„¢ (...)

  • Highlights: Kiteboarding World Cup 2017
    The greatest moments of the World Kiteboarding League’s 2017 Kiteboarding World Cup

  • Get ready for SuperFoiler Grand Prix
    From the creators of the 18ft Skiff Grand Prix, who pioneered the onboard experience, putting the viewers in the action. This is a father and son journey, Bill and Jack Macartney, who set out to build a new breed of extreme racer built purely to foil. Over three years, they met with world (...)

  • 2018 California Dreamin’ Series
    The 2018 California Dreamin’ Series provides a gateway for aspiring match race sailors to test themselves in a three event series this winter. The overall winner earns an invitation to the 2018 Ficker Cup, held April 13-15 in Long Beach, which is a qualifier for the Grade 1 2018 Congressional (...)

  • How Olympic Success Grows the Sport
    Britain’s Ian Walker MBE, double Olympic medalist, America’s Cup sailor and winning Volvo Ocean Race skipper, is now the Director of Racing for the Royal Yachting Association (RYA), the national body for all forms of boating in the United Kingdom. With Great Britain on the verge of displacing the (...)

  • Lessons from the Winter Circuit
    The growth of winter racing for one design classes in Florida has helped to extend the sailing season for northern competitors, but doing well in these events means overcoming new obstacles. Along with additional travel logistics, the body and mind must be transitioned from snow shoveling to (...)

mercredi 17 janvier 2018

  • Scholarships for weather symposium
    In its latest effort to promote on-the-water safety, the Cruising Club of America (CCA) is offering 10 scholarships to its upcoming Weather Symposium, February 10, 2018, at the MITAGS Conference Center (692 Maritime Blvd, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090). (...)











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