Seven still missing, Telefonica set for Southport

 
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 03 Jul 2013
 

Seven still missing, Telefonica set for Southport

Skipper David Dyche, 58; his wife, Rosemary, 60; and their son David, 17 on board Nina, missing presumed sunk,during their dream circumnavigation  .. .

The 21m (70ft) Nina was sailing from Opua in the Bay of Islands to Newcastle, Australia, with seven people on board, but has not been heard from since 4 June. The Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) tasked a P3 Orion to conduct an aerial search yesterday of an area south of Norfolk Island measuring 2,100 square nautical miles.

We are leaving the latest America´s Cup news out of this newsletter, we will be sending you our next dedicated AC newsletter later today.

Telefonica (now Black Jack) in action during the Volvo Ocean Race  Paul Todd/Outside Images ©

A new top gun, Telefonica now Black Jack to make its Australian debut in the upcoming Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Race.

Queenslander Mark Bradford will helm the Volvo 70 Black Jack which Peter Harburg purchased earlier this year. Previously raced as Telefonica in last year's Volvo Ocean Race (where she won the first three legs and finished fourth overall), Harburg had the boat shipped to Australia where it has undergone some modifications to bring her in line with Australian standards.

Australia's 49erFX and 49er crews have made their way to Denmark for the European Championships, with racing beginning in Aarhus on Tuesday, less than a week after the EUROSAF Champions Sailing Cup round in Kiel, Germany.

Tessa Parkinson and Chelsea Hall in action in the 49erFX during Kieler Woche 2013  © segel-bilder.de / Christian Beeck

The Kiel event was a successful one for Australia's 49erFX crews with Olivia Price and Caitlin Elks winning silver and Tessa Parkinson and Chelsea Hall bronze, with Haylee Outteridge and Nina Curtis finishing just off the podium in fifth and Ella Giudice and Kate Lathouras ninth. All four crews will be in action in Denmark, with the event the first ever European Championship for the new women's 49erFX class.

Will Phillips and Rhys Mara in the 49er fleet  Paul Wyeth / RYA

Australia´s 49ers crews in Denmark will be Will Phillips and Rhys Mara, David Gilmour and Sam Phillips, Luke Parkinson and Fang Warren, Joel Turner and Lewis Brake, Peter Kendall and Harry Bethwaite, and George Davies and Jack Lloyd. Australia´s 49er ranks will be strengthened down the track when Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen return from the 34th America´s Cup.

An excellent report on the WA Offshore Awards Dinner on the weekend. A good example of how to get your sailing news out there.

Lots more news of course.


Rob Kothe and the Sail-World Team



Final bulletin on schooner Nina plus Predictwind forecasts for Tasman
Rosemary Neilson, Martime NZ,
An RNZAF P3 Orion has returned to New Zealand this evening after completing a seventh day of searching, without sighting a missing American schooner or its liferaft. The 21m (70ft) Nina was sailing from Opua in the Bay of Islands to Newcastle, Australia, with seven people on board, but has not been heard from since 4 June. Wind forecasts for each 24 hour period through to Sunday at 0600 included... [more]
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2013 QLD Winter Cup - 20 sailors from all over the State
Bevan McKavanagh,
QLD Winter Cup was held this weekend. Before I start the story of the weekend's events I would firstly like to thank the steering committee for their tireless work and also all those blue shirted volunteers who helped make the event run so smoothly.... [more]
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Spindrift 2, the largest racing trimaran in the world, unveiled
Virginie Bouchet, Spindrift Racing,
Summarising the plans of the Spindrift racing team, Dona Bertarelli and Yann Guichard revealed the new colours, design and program of the maxi trimaran, Spindrift 2, on Tuesday, July 2 at Lorient. The former Banque Populaire V, the boat is the largest racing trimaran in the world and holder of nine world records, including the Jules Verne trophy.... [more]
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Kaenon Polarized: The Road to the Red Bull Youth America's Cup - 2
Sail-World,
Kaenon Polarized are backing three sailors involved in three teams in the Red Bull Youth America's Cup, to be sailed in San Francisco in August 2013, as a lead-in event to the 34th America's Cup. Follow Olympic 49er Silver medalist, Peter Burling, top Match racer, Will Tiller, and top Laser sailor, Charlie Buckingham on their respective journeys all headed for the Red Bull Youth America's Cup.... [more]
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ISAF Youth Worlds championship - Doors open for Nick Thompson + Video
Daniel Smith,
At the 2004 ISAF Youth Worlds in Gdynia, Poland Great Britain's Nick Thompson won Laser Radial Boys gold and set him on the route he follows today.... [more]
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WA Blue Water ocean racing - Offshore celebrations tinged with sadness
YWA Offshore,
The 2012/13 Siska Trophy for the Western Australian Blue Water ocean racing Champion was accepted by an emotional General Lee crew at the annual Offshore Presentation Dinner on Saturday night.... [more]
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International Dragon Gold Cup on the horizon
Véronique Guillou Le Bivic,
The 2013 Gazprom International Dragon Gold Cup will be hosted at Douarnenez from 16th to 24th August. Dragon specialists far and wide get ready!... [more]
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Family plead for missing schooner search to continue
Des Ryan,
In spite of fading hopes for the seven crew members of the vintage yacht Nina, missing in the Tasman Sea since June 04 and thought to have sunk, the family of one of the crew, British man Matthew Wootton, still hopes he will be found alive.... [more]
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America's Cup: NZ Rigging drops the Big Boat's mast into cafe alley
Richard Gladwell,
KZ-1, the Big Boat of the 1988 America's Cup fame is now on permanent display outside the Maritime Museum, and forms the predominant landmark on the Auckland waterfront. 18 years had lapsed, since the 1988 America's Cup Challenger had her rig checked fully, and the Maritime Museum turned to NZ Rigging to undertake the tricky task. Sail-World was on site for the first few hours of the operation... [more]
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Stena Match Cup Sweden - Ferrarese Racing Team come out swinging
Alpari World Match Racing Tour,
On the opening day of competition at Stena Match Cup Sweden, Simone Ferrarese set about with some giant slaying. The Italian is making the most of his wild card to this event, the third of the season on the Alpari World Match Racing Tour, notching up four wins and just one loss from his first day at Marstrand.... [more]
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52 Super Series - Challenge and opportunity at the Royal Cup
52 Super Series,
For the 52 Super Series, Ibiza is a new venue that will present both challenges and opportunities over the next five days of racing for the Royal Cup. It will be the team which stays cool in the summer heat and makes the most of the unfamiliar race arena which should land the prestigious regatta trophy, the second of the European season.... [more]
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ORCV Helly Hansen Winter Series - Race 1, well almost.....
Robin Hewitt,
What are the odds, if ever you need to fire a distress flare it will be night, raining, and blowing 50+. I must have fired hundreds in practice but I find it difficult still without first reading the instructions and deciphering the different types. I would be interested as to how others find it after such a good attendance today.... [more]
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Female skipper to lead Swiss entry in Clipper Round the World Race
Ruth Harrington,
Vicky Ellis (30) is the only woman out of the twelve professional skippers leading amateur teams in the race and only the third female skipper in the 17 year history of the Clipper Race.The only professional female sailor competing in the 2013-14 edition of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race has been selected as the skipper for the Swiss yacht entry.... [more]
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Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Regatta -Two weeks until Race Entries Close
Jennifer Crooks,
Entries for the 28th edition of the Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Race close in two weeks. The fleet currently stands at 47 yachts for the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia's annual winter passage north... [more]
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America's Cup: Ted Hood dies at 86
Sail-World,
America's Cup Hall of Famer, Ted Hood, has died at the age of 86. Hood is perhaps best known worldwide as the man who founded Hood Sail makers, which during the 1960's and 1970's was the world's largest sail maker. In 1974, as skipper of the Sparkman & Stephens designed Courageous he won the America's Cup defeating Australia's Southern Cross, 4-0. Three years later he campaigned Independence... [more]
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Australian crews head north for 49erFX and 49er European Championships
Craig Heydon,
With racing beginning in Aarhus on Tuesday ,Australia's 49erFX and 49er crews have made their way to Denmark. The four 49erFX and six 49er crews are preparing for racing in Denmark, less than a week after competing at the EUROSAF Champions Sailing Cup round in Kiel, Germany.... [more]
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Urgent appeal for whereabouts of missing sailor Eddie Anker
Sail-World Cruising,
Urgent appeal for whereabouts of missing sailor, Eddie Anker. Sail-World has received this message from concerned friend Elaine Wiltshire: It has been six months now since Eddie (Edward) Anker left Hout Bay, South Africa, with a plan to sail straight across to Australia as previously detailed in the initial report.... [more]
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America's Cup: Review Committee member - will commonsense prevail?
Jim Farmer QC,
Jim Farmer QC is one of New Zealand's top amateur and offshore sailors, and a leading corporate lawyer. He participated in the Review Committee set up after the fatal incident involving Artemis Racing. Now that exercise is over, and he is Farmer set out his thoughts on his experiences over the past few weeks on the Georgia Racing website:... [more]
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NCYC Inner Spring Regatta - First entries roll in
NCYC Media,
The 2013 EnviroPacific Services Inner Spring Regatta has received the first entry - which is Rob and Jan Howard's Beneteau 40.7 Shouten Passage from NCYC with a further nine entries accepted to date. 'We were cruising up North last year while the Club held the regatta which from all reports was a good fun. This year we're definitely competing' commented Jan... [more]
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America's Cup: Dean Barker claims new rudder regulations are unsafe
Dean Barker,
There is one week to go until Emirates Team New Zealand will line up for their first official race of the Louis Vuitton Cup. Writing on his blog on Kiwi Yachting Consultant, of which he is a substantial shareholder and director, skipper Dean Barker gives his views of the controversial rudder issues.... [more]
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Route des Princes - MOD70, Maxi80 and Multi50 winners decided
Sabina Mollart Rogerson,
In the 2013 Route des Princes, there were parties on June 9 in Valencia, the MOD70 and Maxi80 then Multi50s have completed their tour of Europe land on Sunday afternoon in the Bay of Morlaix, having swallowed respectively 2450 and 2310 miles between Spain, Portugal, Ireland, England and France.... [more]
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Kieler Woche - Winners decided in Schilksee
Hermann Hell,
The final day of racing at Kieler Woche provided some unexpected thrilling moments in the international classes. The message about the 21st Kiel Week victory of Wolfgang Hunger had to be retained until the last race. But at the end, the experienced five-time 505 World Champion and record Kiel Week winner came out on top.... [more]
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Route des Princes - Arkema - Région Aquitaine win Multi50 class
Sabina Mollart Rogerson,
In the 2013 Route des Princes, crossing the line at 12hrs 44mins 24secs UTC (14hrs 44mins 24secs local time Morlaix), FenêtréA-Cardinal skippered by Erwan Le Roux won the fourth and final leg, Plymouth to Morlaix Bay, for the Multi 50 class of the Route des Princes multihull race around Europe.... [more]
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Stena Match Cup Sweden - Teams ready to rumble in Marstrand
AWMRT,
Stena Match Cup Sweden is set to take place July 1-6 with a fleet of 12 teams now preparing to rumble at the event that attracts over 100,000 spectators to the picturesque island of Marstrand. It's a midsummer's vacation paradise for the Swedish spectators, and a natural amphitheatre for some brutal match racing battles on this, the Alpari Match Racing World Tour.... [more]
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