Outteridge wins Moth Worlds - Dragons, Musto Skiffs and Etchells

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 14 Jan 2011
 


Outteridge wins Moths, news from Etchells, Dragons and Musto Skiffs

Winning the Zhik Moth Worlds on Lake Macquarie Nathan Outteridge proved this week that not only is he freakishly talent but he is very brave. Well done mate and well done to Joe Turner and Scott Babbage, who finished second and third.

Nathan ejects  Thierry Martinez ©


Congratulations to all the Moth sailors, especially Wing Pioneer Charlie McKee and to the event organisers and sponsors. Pat Langley and his Zhik team stepped up to the plate!

We will bring you more in depth interviews and analysis from the Moths, especially the Moth Squad next week.

Right now it's party time at Belmont

Nathan Outteridge (AUS 3750) 2011 Moth World Champion. - Zhik Moth Worlds 2011  ThMartinez / Sea & Co - Copyright


Victoria's summer weather this week has been decidedly unsummery, for the Musto Skiff Worlds and the Dragon Worlds and the Rex Gorell Prestige Etchells Australian Championships, but this afternoon the sun is out again.

I am writing this from the middle of Corio Bay from the Royal Geelong Yacht Club Committee Boat.

Right now the PRO Greg Sinclair is desperately trying to get a sixth Etchells race in, while back at the Yacht Club preparations are in full swing for Audi Victoria Week. Late entries are still being accepted go to www.audivictoriaweek.com

We will bring you more news from the Australian scene over the weekend and we will be in Docklands for the Invitational mid week.


Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team



Nathan Outteridge new Moth World Champion
Moth Worlds,
Newsflash - Australia's Nathan Outteridge has won the Moth World Championship on Lake Macquarie, NSW.... [more]
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Zhik Moth Worlds Video Highlights - Fast and furious action
Moth Worlds,
Video of the action on Lake Macquarie at the Zhik Moth Worlds 2011.... [more]
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Rex Gorell Prestige Etchells Australian Championship: Sunshine at last
Etchells Australian Championship 2011 Media,
Race 5 of the series was set as a two lap race, with 1.8mile leg lengths. Today, the Race Committee sent the fleet up the bay towards Corio Quay today, avoiding the shipping lanes.... [more]
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Images from Broo Lager Musto HP Skiff Worlds - Day 3 - afternoon races
Richard Gladwell,
Sail-World's camera was out on the water for the action in the second and third races of Day 3 of the Broo Musto Skiff Worlds. Please excuse the rain and the murk... [more]
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International Dragons – The winner is?
John Curnow,
Rain was nearly the most significant feature of Day Four at the 2011 International Dragons World Championships. It was around for most of the day, ranging from mere drizzle to tropical downpour.... [more]
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America's Cup AC45 arrives in Auckland for launch - First Pictures
Chris Cameron,
Top international photographer, Chris Cameron, was on hand to capture the arrival of the prototype AC45 in Auckland's Viaduct Harbour. The AC45 is the forerunner to the AC72 which will be used in the 34th America's Cup. The 45ft long yacht will feature a wingsail, the same as the larger 72ft yacht to be used in the September 2013 Match in San Francisco.... [more]
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Musto Performance Skiff Worlds Day 3 - Aussie leads
Paul Manning,
Race 5 - Following a short postponment, race 5 of the Broo Beer Musto Performance Skiff World Championships started at 11:05 with the breeze at between 010 and 020 and 10-12knots.... [more]
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Marine Rescue NSW - Can all boaties Log On with their local volunteers
Ken McManus,
Marine Rescue files are full of cases proving the value for skippers of Logging On with the local volunteer Marine Rescue base before going out for the day and Logging Off on return.... [more]
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Zhik Moth Worlds 2011 Finals Race 5 - Absolute Carnage everywhere
Lizzi Rountree,
It's the battle of the breeze as the steady 24 knot East-Northeasterly tore down the racecourse, with max gusts recorded during the first (and only race so far) at 27 knots. With Silver Fleet postponed on shore, Gold Fleet danced the 'You Launch First, Mate' before the daunting trek to the start line.... [more]
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Marine Rescue Wooli in search for missing yachtsman
Ken McManus,
Marine Rescue Wooli on the NSW North Coast played a critical role in the search for a missing yachtsman reported lost overboard by his partner from their stricken yacht late on Tuesday night. A Mayday call from the yacht Del Segno, was received by Marine Rescue Wooli Search & Rescue Manager Richard Taffs and SAR Officer Jackie Taffs, who initiated assistance for the vessel and the yachtsman.... [more]
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NSW waterways flood Alert - Postpone boating
Penny Robins,
NSW Maritime Chief Executive Steve Dunn said boaters are warned not to head out in hazardous conditions on waterways across NSW as a result of fast flowing flood waters and continuing rainfall.... [more]
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Optimist Nationals 2011 Teams Race Day - Team WA victory
Damian Devine,
Thomas Blaauw, Chris Charlwood, Jayden Prosser, Nia Jerwood and Alastair Young from 'Team WA' are the Nationals Teams champions after defeating Team ‘Victoria B' in the final of the teams racing as part of Day Three of the 2011 International Optimist Australian Championships, hosted by The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club in Newport. Team WA won all their four races.... [more]
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Images from Broo Premium Lager Musto HP Skiff Worlds - Day 3
Richard Gladwell,
Sail-World's camera was out on the water for the action first race of Day 3 of the Broo Premium Lager Musto HP Skiff Worlds. Two more races were sailed later in the day. Please excuse the rain and the murk... [more]
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Rex Gorell Prestige Etchells Australian Championship: Barry on a roll
Etchells Australian Championship Media,
In ten to twelve knots of building breeze, the Race Committee set the course at 0.85, with a leg length of 1.95 nautical miles, on the western side of the Channel, near the refinery.... [more]
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Surf to City Yacht Race Postponed
Nigel Statham,
Due to the flood tragedy in Queensland's south east, Queensland Cruising Yacht Club has decided to postpone the 2011 Surf to City Yacht Race.... [more]
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Broo Musto Skiff Worlds, Melbourne - Photo Action from Teri Dodds
Sail-World.com,
Broo Premium Lager Musto Skiff Worlds, Melbourne - Photo Action from Geelong yachting photographer Teri Dodds You will find more of these great images at www.teridodds.com... [more]
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Rex Gorell Prestige Etchells Aust Championship Day 3 – Driving rain
Etchells Australian Championship 2011 Media,
Rex Gorell Prestige Etchells Australian Championship Day 3 and the driving rain and consequential poor visibility on Corio Bay, Geelong has forced Principal Race officer Greg Sinclair to hold the Etchells fleet ashore so far today.... [more]
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Marine Rescue Sydney Roundup - Dont forget to log-off
Simon Denneen,
Terrey Hills Unit Roundup – 29 December 2010 to 12 January 2011 - Three skippers had an embarrassing end to their day on the water between Christmas and the New Year when they forgot to log-off at the end of the day. Despite attempting to contact each vessel by radio, mobile phone and land line radio operators at Marine Rescue Terrey Hills were unable to make contact.... [more]
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The American Tea Cup Regatta - where it all began
Rob Kothe,
As sailing tries to broaden its base, the most desirable Olympic boats for the new and developing sailing nations are the single person boats, one-designs which are relatively inexpensive to build, the Laser and the windsurfer.... [more]
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Musto Skiff Worlds images from John Curnow
John Curnow,
John Curnow was at the Musto Skiff Worlds at Black Rock in Victoria... [more]
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