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Fisher on 33rd America's Cup; Bavaria set to boom; Win Cup Collectables; America's Cup update | 02/07/2007
Fisher on that vital Race 6; Turning point; Blogsters on state of Cup game; Enter and Win! | 01/07/2007
Int Moth Worlds; Etchells at Cowes; Germany gets key AC signing; OK Dinghy News and Rankings | 30/06/2007
Bob Fisher on Spinnakers and Protests; Letters from Valencia; Ingrid's Images; Jury Decision in full; Karol signs with Germany; Enter and win | 30/06/2007
Bob Fisher on the race 4 and Protest; 32nd Match goes Even; Cup Sweepstakes; Turning point; Letters from Valencia | 28/06/2007
Bob Fisher reviews Race 3 and the aftermath; Win Cup Collectables; Blogsters on a thriller; Buzzy Bee Auction for Optimists | 27/06/2007
Win great prizes on Sail-World; Sailing Saucer; Optimist News; Round the Island; Women in sailing | 26/06/2007
Bob Fisher on Race 2; NZL-92 evens the Match; Images, Blogs and Letters from Valencia; Enter Cup sweepstakes; Race turning points | 25/06/2007
Bob Fisher Reports; Alinghi goes one up; Enter Sweepstakes now; Quotes from the crews | 24/06/2007
Bob Fisher's View on Runners; Letter from Valencia; Alinghi crew announced; TV schedules | 23/06/2007
Why Emirates TNZ is favoured; Anyone for Backstay tennis?; Alinghi chose SUI100; Bob Fisher's Views and Book | 22/06/2007
America's Cup on the boil; Gold at Kiel Week; Why NZL-92 will win - Part 2; Super Yacht Cup; Dalton finishes Velux | 21/06/2007
Bob Fisher's View; JP Tobin reports from Cyprus; Superyacht Cup gets underway; Reports from Kiel Week | 18/06/2007
Tobin make Olympic Squad mark; America's Cup Nationality Rules; TP 52 racing in Spain; Club and Trust Newsletters | 15/06/2007
Alinghi boss attacks Kiwis; Your chance to be part of an Olympic World Championship; Flying Fifteen Worlds; Foiling Moths | 13/06/2007
Evans and Burling outstanding at 470 Europeans; America's Cup updates; Kiwis on European circuits | 11/06/2007
Kiwis to the fores in Olympic class Europeans; Cruising the Bavaria way; America's Cup latest; 25% off Line 7 deal | 09/06/2007
Bob Fisher on the Final Race; Luna Rossa Cuptoon; Images from Valencia and Auckland; Cup Auctions; Win Bob Fisher's Book; Cup DVD | 07/06/2007
Bob Fisher on one that got away; Luna Rossa Cuptoon; Cup collectors items on auction | 06/06/2007
Optimist fundraising dinner and auction attract Cup Collector's items; Finn Europeans and Masters; | 05/06/2007
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News - New Zealand & the World

Trofeo Sofia Iberostar – It was a long day in Palma with the late coming sea breeze delaying racing. Patience paid off and the second day provided great racing and allowed to complete the qualification stage. A seventh race was completed for the kites who will go into medal race mode on Wednesday. ... [more]  

America's Cup: Majority Rules in Protocol and Class changes by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL
The America's Cup Events Authority has announced that the majority of the America’s Cup teams have agreed to make changes aimed at significantly reducing costs for the 2017 America’s Cup. Central to these changes is the introduction of an exciting new America’s Cup Class - a wing-sailed, foiling catamaran between 45 and 50 feet, says a statement issued by ACEA. ... [more]  

Josh Junior (NZL) takes the lead at the Trofeo S.A.R. Princesa Sofia Iberostar in Palma after being one of the few sailors to achieve any sort of consistency on the second day’s racing. Jonathan Lobert (FRA) drops to second on equal points, while Tapio Nirkko (FIN) remains in third with no race position better than seventh. Race wins went to Oliver Tweddell (AUS) and Junior. ... [more]  

For the professional offshore sailors of the world, mast breakages (or any sort of damage to the boat) is an unfortunate occupational hazard. For our rookie Chinese sailors on the other hand, the experience has been shocking, scary and bewildering. The reaction of Liu Xue (Black) is understandably in contrast to the pro crew who know how to manage these kinds of situations. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Dongfeng elects to withdraw from Leg 5 by Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com NZL
Dongfeng Race Team announced late tonight that they plan to retire from Leg 5 after breaking their mast in the Southern Ocean on Monday morning. Charles Caudrelier, the boat's French skipper had considered attempting to re-join the 6,776nm leg from Auckland to Itajaí after successfully nursing his red boat to Ushuaia, Argentina earlier in the day. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Team SCA - first for over a decade to round the Horn *Feature by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL
Within the next 24 hours, God willing, Team SCA will become the first women's crew to round Cape Horn in almost 15 years. Sail-World spoke to 2012 British Olympic representative Annie Lush a few minutes ago. She says they have had snow and plenty of hail in the last 24 hours, and the Chill factor on deck is minus five degrees ... [more]  

Whitbread/Volvo Ocean Race veteran Ross Field has announced he will skipper a team in the 2017 VOR. Field has raced around the world five times, including as crew on the victorious Steinlager in 1990 and as skipper of the winning Whitbread 60 Yamaha in 1994. ... [more]  

This afternoon in Hong Kong, San Fernando Race Chairman Gerry Daughton announced that, having monitored the development of Typhoon Maysak and taken advice from Hong Kong Observatory, the Race Committee had made the decision to amend the destination of the 20th edition of the San Fernando Race for the safety of the fleet. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race – Team Brunel damaged by Team Brunel - Robbert-Jan Metselaar
Volvo Ocean Race – On Monday afternoon, Team Brunel rounded the infamous Cape Horn, with MAPFRE in their wake. A few hours later, Bouwe Bekking and his crew were forced to slow down, when their J1 headsail became damaged. ... [more]  

Barcelona World Race – Altadill and Muñoz crossed the finish line off Barcelona's W-Hotel at 23:47:00 hrs UTC this Monday night completing the 23, 321 miles course in 89d 11hrs 47mins ... [more]  

Dongfeng have finally made land fall under their own sails to the mouth of the Beagle Chanel. They finally admitted that it would be unsafe to proceed under sail alone. The weary sailors suspended racing at 0130 UTC. They entered the tricky passage with the aid and assistance from the Chilean Navy who escorted them through. ... [more]  

Pollution in Rio is a major issue and it could get bigger as this open letter to the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Congressional Caucus on national health of Olympic sailors suggests. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race – Yesterday was an epic day for the leading fleet as they rounded Cape Horn. Team Alvimedica was first out of the Southern Ocean and to cross into the Atlantic Ocean for the second time this race. ... [more]  

The ISAF sanctioned World Match Racing Tour (WMRT), the world’s longest running professional sailing series, announced a new and expanded sixteen event schedule for the 2015/16 world championship ... [more]  

The World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) today announced the addition of the Royal Southern Match Cup (10-14 June) to the 2015/16 championship schedule ... [more]  

Some boats leaped into the lead while others strengthened their front-runner status on the third and final day of racing in the 42nd St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR), presented by TAG Heuer. The 62-boat fleet, boasting entrants from the Caribbean, USA and Europe, competed in eight classes on round-the-buoy and round-the-rock courses with 10 to 15 knots of breeze. ... [more]  

Following some relocations and on the back of growth in the class from awesome regattas at Clarks Beach Yacht Club and the Bay of Islands Yacht Club, there are now 9 active 3.7 sailors, sailing at Wakatere Boating Club. ... [more]  

Now that the Cricket World Cup is over the focus can turn to the most important trans-Tasman battle of the year. Over Easter, the Kurnell Catamaran Club on the southern shores of Sydney’s Botany Bay is hosting the 2015 Maersk Line Paper Tiger Catamaran International Championships. ... [more]  

From the Volvo Ocean Race Headquarters in Alicante, we catch up live with the entire fleet live, via satellite, as they near the Mt. Everest of sailing, Cape Horn. We hear from the top four as the round, as well as from Dongfeng Race Team on their recent dismasting, and from TeamSCA about their Cape Horn ETA. A ground-breaking first for live coverage in such a remote location! ... [more]  

Team Alvimedica, the youngest crew in the Volvo Ocean Race, rounded the iconic Cape Horn first today just after 1400 UTC and only 15 minutes ahead of Abu Dhabi Racing, in a hotly contested battle at the front of the fleet. While the 6,776- nautical mile stage from Auckland, New Zealand to Itajai, Brazil, is far from over and there are no race points for reaching the iconic landmark first, a Ca ... [more]  

Four boats in the Volvo Ocean Race celebrated rounding the venerated landmark of Cape Horn on Monday, a pleasure cruelly denied Dongfeng Race Team (Charles Caudrelier/FRA) after the Chinese boat’s mast was broken early in a dramatic day on Leg 5. Team Alvimedica (Charlie Enright/USA) had the considerable honour of leading the battered fleet past the fabled point at 1407 GMT, just 15 minutes cle ... [more]  

Regular weather produces regular results, but sailors, being what they are, are not totally regular, and on the third and final day of the St. Thomas International Regatta they provided some surprises. Sunshine and a fine breeze of around 15-17 knots gave the competitors the challenge they required and they all enjoyed a variety of courses. ... [more]  

Trofeo Princesa Sofía Iberostar 2015 - The wind played dirty tricks all day in Palma on sailors and race committees who had to juggle with big shifts and different pressure. From 4 to 20 knots, and reaching 40 in some gusts, the wind turned around the bay playing with everybody's nerves! ... [more]  

Dongfeng Race Team, the joint leaders of the Volvo Ocean Race (Charles Caudrelier/FRA) who broke their mast a day ago, eased their stricken boat to dry land and safety on Tuesday. ... [more]  

The first regatta in the 2015 Eurosaf Champions Sailing Cup Series has started in Palma, Mallorca, to kick-off the Spring and Summer Olympic Classes European Tour ... [more]  

The official America's Cup website reports that the entered Competitors in the 35th America's Cup will vote this week on changes presented as cost saving measures. In effect, the measures centre around a complete change in the boat already announced in the Protocol nine months ago, and for which several teams have design projects underway. ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race has confirmed that Dongfeng Race Team broke its topmast early on Monday (GMT, March 30) but fortunately nobody has been injured and there is no immediate danger to the crew. The incident happened 240 nautical miles west of Cape Horn at 0315 UTC on Monday, in the final hours of the night onboard Dongfeng. ... [more]  

The fleet has its foot to the floor, ears pinned back and heads down racing as fast as they can to Cape Horn after separating from the ice limit. The pack can sail deeper and faster at 25 knots to the Horn, with Team SCA only managing an average of 16 knots. More concerning for Team SCA is the incoming cold front that they need to outrun. Winds of up to 50 knots and waves of 20-30 feet are likely. ... [more]  

The Sandringham Yacht Club (SYC) hosted today’s third round of the 2015 Port Phillip Women’s Championship Series (PPWCS). Sensational Autumnal weather greeted the crews that had turned out for the Women In Sailing Challenge, which is usually a set of sprint races. ... [more]  

A quiet finish to the week with little in the way of economic data releases. US GDP missed expectations of 2.4%, coming in at 2.2%, surprising few. The University of Michigan Confidence reported a rise but this was little to analyst and equities were steady. Yelen's commentary was in line with expectations and the Dollar had a positive reaction to hawkish remarks ... [more]  

The two latest TP52’s to come out of Cookson Boats in February, Sled and Provezza, are both destined for the TP52 Super Series to be held the in Mediterranean later this year. Both teams have chosen a new type of fender to protect their vessels, created by Hauraki Fenders. ... [more]  

So, the powers that control the meteorological conditions at regattas decided, rightfully, that they had achieved near perfection on the opening day, and maybe because that they decided that the behavior at the subsequent party was exemplary, to tweak it and in doing so, made it close to perfect. They had reduced the top end of the wind range to 20 knots maximum and eliminated the broaching and c ... [more]  

Volvo Ocean Race: Call to Alvimedica - Two days out from Cape Horn *Feature by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.com NZL
Team Alvimedica watch captain, Ryan Houston says the Southern Ocean Leg of the Volvo Ocean Race has had racing as close as you would expect in a Coastal Race. All the top group are within sight of each other, and there have been some close passing maneuvers with the boats sailing at 25-30kts. Includes two on board videos. ... [more]  

Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar - Over 1,200 sailors will compete
Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 27 - ANZACs drop
St Thomas Int Regatta: No more of the Up and Down on Day 1
Volvo Ocean Race: Team Vestas Wind rebuild - Episode 2
Volvo Ocean Race: The fleet heads south along the ice limit
America's Cup boils over with two leading Challengers set to walk away
Volvo Ocean Race - bouncing along the barbed wire fence
America's Cup: Luna Rossa threatens withdrawal over boat change
Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 26 - Tech sector sell-off
Volvo Ocean Race: Skirting the ice limit coordinates on Day 7
Volvo Ocean Race: Fast sailing deep in the Southern Ocean - Video
America's Cup: Boat shrink mooted to reduce campaign costs
Volvo Ocean Race - We've found Nemo! - as new ice limit advised
Barcelona World Race - Victory for renowned Swiss-French duo
Barcelona World Race - Winners, first reactions
Volvo Ocean Race - The fight to Cape Horn
The B&G Report - Volvo Ocean Race - Mark Chisnell - Leg 5 Week 1
Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 25 - US drowns in liquidity
Volvo Ocean Race: Team Vestas Wind's rebuild progresses at Persico
Rio100 wins Newport Beach to Cabo San Lucas on debut
Volvo Ocean Race: Boat Blogs - A wild Southern Ocean shake-up + Video   
Volvo Ocean Race: Video of Mapfre's Chinese Gybe in Southern Ocean   
Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 24 - Kiwi wins beauty contest   
Alinghi joins the Bullitt GC32 Racing Tour   
Volvo Ocean Race: A wild night in the Southern Ocean + Video   
Volvo Ocean Race: Deploying the Buoy   
Volvo Ocean Race: Stu Bannatyne reports from a warm Southern Ocean   
Adventures of a Sailor Girl: Two shows and 90 minutes from everywhere   
America's Cup: AC72 - Luna Rossa Catamaran images by Carlo Borlenghi   
Volvo Ocean Race: Leaving Auckland and catching Pam - Onboard Video   
Dinghy Academy goes from strength to strength - Part two   
2015 New Zealand South Island O’pen Cup: Capsize proves costly   
Volvo Ocean Race – Sunshine and wind as fleet heads for Horn   
Doyle Sails chosen as sailmaker for new superyacht in build at YDL   
Volvo Ocean Race - Another good day for Team Brunel   
2015 Jollyboat Nationals: Neeleys win title at Manly   
Barcelona World Race - Leaders back in the Med -The final 500 miles   
Collinson FX Market Commentary: Mar 20 - Oil price lifts   
Big turnout protesting against secret Harbour steal by port company   
Volvo Ocean Race - Team Brunel ups the pace   


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