PGYC All Souls Regatta 2007 By PGYC News, Puerto Galera Yacht Club is gearing up to receive the participating boats and crew for this year’s All Souls Regatta, which will take place 2-4 November.... [more]
2007 Clagett Winners celebrate at Sail Newport By Jan Harley, An exciting finale was on tap at the fifth annual C. Thomas Clagett Jr. Memorial Regatta, hosted by Sail Newport, as three days of racing (August 28-30) wrapped up on Narragansett Bay.... [more]
Court submissions released in America's Cup ruckus By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World, At the end of a week of pre-litigation sparring and points scoring, Golden Gate Yacht Club released two documents that were filed in the hearing to seek acceleration of their dispute with Société Nautique de Genève.... [more]
ACM sets out timeline of events in Cup Dispute By America's Cup Media, America's Cup Management has set out a very factual summation of the various issues that are on the table for the 33rd/34th America's Cup and the three paths of dispute that are being followed. For those who struggle with things legal, this is simple:... [more]
Hyde Sails Cebu expands By IBI Magazine, Hyde Sails, one of the UK's largest sail makers, is continuing the expansion of its sail loft in Cebu, the Philippines, as part of an aggressive investment programme. Since the sail loft was set up four years ago, the total amount of space has grown from 20,000sq ft to 55,000sq ft and now employs more than 200 members of staff.... [more]
Music and Art to liven up China Cup By China Daily, The China Cup International Regatta will introduce music and an art show to keep spectators and crews entertained this year... [more]
China in the frame - Clagett Regatta 2007 By Event Media, A total eclipse of the full moon in this morning’s early hours was a positive sign for the opening day of the fifth annual C. Thomas Clagett Jr. Memorial Regatta. Under brilliant blue skies, a light northwesterly breeze enhanced comfortable temperatures as 40 sailors representing China, Israel and the U.S.A. launched their boats from the docks at Sail Newport, Rhode Island’s Public Sailing Center.... [more]
Australia on top of ISAF Rankings By ISAF, Australia continue their reign as the nation with the most sailors at a 1 position on the ISAF World Sailing Rankings. Great Britain cleaned up in Qingdao and they are still a dominant force on the Rankings.... [more]
Doyle Sails in Qingdao By Doyle Sailmakers, Doyle Sailmakers proudly announces the opening of a full manufacturing loft in Qingdao, China, the site of the 2008 Olympic Games. Veteran sailmaker Mark Fullerton heads the Doyle Qingdao team... [more]
Rolex Farr 40 Worlds kicks off tomorrow By KPMS, With 160 boats built to date throughout the world, the Farr 40 class has had a great turn-out with 36 boats from 12 countries set to race in the waters of the Oresund Strait between Denmark and Sweden.... [more]
Ian Williams extends World Match Racing lead By Yvonne Reid, Britain’s Ian Williams and his Team Pindar have extended the lead they hold at the top of the World Match Racing Tour ranking table with a win at the St. Moritz Match Race last week. Williams is now 24 points clear of Mathieu Richard and the Saba Sailing Team on the World Championship leader board.... [more]
Brunei yachts entered in BIYC By Rosli Abidin Yahya, Crewmembers of Bruneian yachts are keen to repeat the success of compatriot Ambil Angin, last year's champion at the Borneo International Yachting Challenge (BIYC), which will be held from September 1 to September 7 this year. Moreover, two local men are also determined to show their skills in the race as they will participate as crewmembers of an Australian yacht, Zosha.... [more]
Pakistan wins gold in Canada By Pakistan Times, Pakistan’s Ujala Mir Masood won Laser 4.7 class gold medal at CORK International Regatta organized by Canadian Yachting Association in Kingston, Ontario.... [more]
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