PWA action in Vietnam, Chris Stanmore-Major claims a 2nd-place finish in the Velux 5 Oceans, more 'Freo Files', and another 40' offering from McConaghys.
Guy Nowell, Editor
Vietnam PWA Grand Slam day 7 almost but not quite Andrew Buchanan, Vietnam PWA Grand Slam update on day 7. Marginal conditions left the slalom fleet teetering on the edge of competition, but ultimately left the standings unchanged on competition's seventh day.... [more] Share this story
Platu Championships Pattaya, Thailand Sabrina Bonaiti, After the success of the 2009 and 2010 'One Design Platu Championships of Thailand ', everything is ready in Pattaya, Gulf of Thailand, to begin the 2011 edition. It will start in a few days, from the 12 to the 14th of March with the Platu OPEN Championship, and crews from all over the World are expected.... [more] Share this story
America's Cup: A day in the life of KZ-7 Sail-World Archives, TVNZ's America's Cup anchor, PJ Montgomery follows the New Zealand America's Cup Challenger KZ-7 as she goes through her daily race routine, today against one of the French challengers. Here he talks to mastman, Jeremy Scantlebury on the nuances of wooling spinnakers, chats with weatherman Bob McDavitt, gets the run-down from tender driver Peter Vandersloot, and then chats with sail-boss Joy Al... [more] Share this story
RC44 Cup San Diego day 2 tactics and speed from Oracle RC44 Class, It was a day when good tactical management and consistent speed through the gears were the keys to a good performance. Larry Ellison steered Oracle Racing to a win, a couple of seconds and a fifth.... [more] Share this story
Prestige 60 launches in China Guy Nowell, Powerboat-World.com, Prestige Yachts, a key member of the well-known Jeanneau family, yesterday launched their flagship flybridge 60-footer in Asia. In town (Da Mei Sha, Shenzhen) were Jean-Paul Chapeleau, Jeanneau CEO; Jean-Francois de Premorel, Prestige Director of Product Development; and Vittorio Garroni, Designer/Architect.... [more] Share this story
America's Cup: The Freo Files - Heart of America goes home Sail-World Archives, Heart of America were one of the character challengers in the 1987 America's Cup, they were headed up by the incredibly successful, hugely respected and universally admired, Buddy Melges all the way from Zenda, Wisconsin. Although they didn't make the Challenger Semi-Finals, Buddy and his team gave it a very serious try, and like most America's Cup Challengers just ran out of time. Here PJ Mo... [more] Share this story
Derek Hatfield finishes Velux 5 Oceans third sprint Velux 5 Oceans, Velux 5 Oceans - Canadian ocean racer Derek Hatfield has finished the third ocean sprint of the Velux 5 Oceans crossing the finish line in Punta del Este, Uruguay, at 5.52pm local time (1952 UTC) to take fourth position. Derek completed the leg from Wellington in New Zealand to Punta del Este in 25 days, 18 hours and 22 minutes, just over an hour behind fellow ocean racers... [more] Share this story
McConaghy Ker 40 - the next 40-foot performance benchmark? John Curnow, Without doubt, 40 feet, is the new everything, as builders aim to serve this burgeoning market with better, faster and more exciting products. The new, high-performance Ker 40 IRC Racing Yacht, manufactured by McConaghy Boats, is definitely one that people have been watching closely... [more] Share this story
Velux 5 Oceans photo finish Velux 5 Oceans, Velux 5 Oceans skippers Zbigniew Gutkowski (Pol) on Operon Racing and Chris ‘CSM' Stanmore-Major (GB) on Spartan finished the third ocean sprint within 40 seconds of one another.... [more] Share this story
Barcelona World Race - Virbac Paprec 3 past The Horn Barcelona World Race, Barcelona World Race - At 1020hrs this Thursday morning Jean-Pierre Dick and Loïck Peyron on Virbac-Paprec 3 lead the BWR fleet past Cape Horn only four hours and 20 minutes ahead of Spain's double Olympic medalists Iker Martinez and Xabi Fernandez. With just under 7000 miles to sail to the finish in Barcelona, the lead of Virbac-Paprec 3 was only 72 miles.... [more] Share this story
World Match Racing Tour - Full time return for Radich World Match Racing Tour, With one World Tour Championship already under his belt Denmark's Jesper Radich is confident he can mark his full time return to the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) after eight years away with a knock-out blow and secure a second Championship... [more] Share this story
America's Cup: New Racing Rules - 'Jimmy, You've got Mail' Sail-World, The Racing Rules for the 34th America's Cup have been issued today following months of consultation with the entered teams to ensure spectacular racing in the next edition of sailing's pinnacle event. The rules have been simplified to take into account the significant investment in technology that will improve the experience of watching America's Cup racing.... [more] Share this story
Vietnam PWA Grand Slam Day 6 on hold PWA, Vietnam PWA Grand Slam day 6 was on hold as the Mui Ne wind machine takes a break on day six, leaving the race standings unchanged from the previous day.... [more] Share this story
Stanmore-Major claims second in Velux 5 Oceans sprint Velux 5 Oceans, British skipper Stanmore-Major has dramatically stolen second place in a thrilling finale to the Velux 5 Oceans third ocean sprint of the Velux 5 Oceans. Just a week ago the 33-year-old was around 200 nautical miles behind race rivals Derek Hatfield and Zbigniew ‘Gutek' Gutkowski who were engaged in a fight for second and third positions... [more] Share this story
Extreme Sailing Series - Selection process for host venues begin Sarah Collins, Extreme Sailing Series - With the first Act finishing last week in Oman, the organisers have opened the next round of Host Venue selection process for prospective cities and regions that wish to host an event in 2012 and beyond. The award-winning and innovative circuit provides Host Venues with an outstanding value-for-money destination marketing package, alongside direct economic benefits.... [more] Share this story
Vietnam PWA Grand Slam - Arutkin draws first blood on day five PWA, Vietnam PWA Grand Slam - On day five Alice Arutkin draws the slalom fleet's first blood with victory in the opening race elimination of the Vietnam PWA Grand Slam.... [more] Share this story
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