Sunday 29 November 2015
News - Canada and the World News
Transat Jacques Vabre – Erwan et Giancarlo ont franchi ligne d’arrivée
Transat Jacques Vabre – Erwan Le Roux et Giancarlo Pedote ont franchi la ligne d’arrivée
Clipper Round the World Race – Blustery sleigh ride is back on track
Clipper Round the World Race – Winds have built again and blustery sleigh ride is back on track for front half of fleet.
North Sails opens state-of-the-art manufacturing sail loft
North Sails will today officially open their new UK sail loft based in the maritime South Coast hub, Gosport.
ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne - Laser entries capped at 40
Six places left available in the Laser Standard Class, leaving only a matter of time for sailors to secure their spot
Marina Hemingway's Castillo del Morro Race - Racing in Cuba
Lesson #1, the J130 skippered by Guy Williams and Mike Finn of New Orleans LA finished first in Castillo del Morro Race
2015 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - Comanche sheds crew to win
Comanche, the super maxi deemed the most likely to dethrone Wild Oats XI in this year’s Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
2015 Transat Jacques Vabre - Match Racing tactics at top
Transat Jacques Vabre IMOCA class leaders Vincent Riou and Sébastien Col have bolstered their lead.
2015 Mini Transat - Îles de Guadeloupe - A game of tacking and of luck
In both the prototypes and series, the race leaders have opened up the lead. However, behind them, the gaps are closing.
Ayton, Burling and Tuke named ISAF Rolex World Sailors of the Year
A night under the stars in Sanya, China set the scene for the 2015 ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards.
British America’s Cup team makes significant economic impact + Video
The economic impact of Land Rover BAR – British America's Cup team – has been valued in the sports team's first year
Clipper Round the World Race – Wardan Whip’s first bonus opportunity
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – LMAX Exchange secured maximum three points for being first across the Scoring Gate
Pensacola a la Habana Race - A great historic event
2015 Andrews Institute Pensacola Habana Race was indeed historic, the first race from a US port to Cuba since 1959
Mini Transat - Îles de Guadeloupe - Mad rush at the front
While the leaders continue to amaze the timers, majority of troops are just starting out on the second part of the race.
Transat Jacques Vabre - Decisive times with just over 500nm to sail
The IMOCA and Class 40 will see decisive racing in the hours through Monday night into Tuesday.
ISAF - What happened in Sanya yesterday?
The Annual Conference continues to power ahead in Sanya, China.
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