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Marine Safety Regulation - Have your say to make boating better By Maritime Management Centre, , 3:15 PM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Transport for NSW is encouraging boaters from across the state to have their say on proposed changes to the regulation of marine safety in NSW. ... [more]

Dziwnow Match Race - Team Gilmour victorious By Malin Florentzson, , 2:37 PM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
AAfter winning the Dziwnow Match Race half of Team Gilmour (David and Rhys) took a bus to Prague to enjoy their 15 minutes of fame. The two other guys (Pete and Jakob) are in this very moment complaining about sore legs and enjoy themselves having a beer and playing cards on the ferry back home from Poland to Sweden. ... [more]

Collinson FX Market Commentary - July 21 - KIWI lifts from record lows By Collinson FX, , 12:55 PM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Gold and Oil are leading indicators and have been in a steady decline and impacting associated currencies. The NZD bounced from recent record lows, to trade 0.6570, while the AUDUSD has slipped back to 0.7360 with the RBA minutes Tuesday crucial. ... [more]

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – South East Asia host announced By Clipper Ventures, , 11:58 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
2015-16 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – An Agreement has been reached with the Vietnamese city of Da Nang to be the South East Asia host city of the 2015-16 edition. ... [more]

ISAF Team Racing Worlds – UK and USA fight it out on Day 1 By ISAF, , 11:14 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World UK GMT
Great Britain and USA fought it out at the top of the leaderboard on Day 1 of the ISAF Team Racing Worlds. With the wind picking up throughout the day, a total of 108 races were completed to make a significant dent in the first round-robin stage ... [more]

2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne – Entries open today By Lisa Ratcliff, , 11:03 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Invited and Youth class sailors planning to be part of the first ISAF Sailing World Cup – Melbourne at its new St Kilda location can from today enter online ... [more]

RNZYS Youth Team for Governor's Cup Regatta in Balboa, USA By Sara Tucker, Auckland , 10:39 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World NZ GMT
The RNZYS has announced this year’s team to attend the 49th Governor’s Cup Regatta is Leonard Fry (helm), George Anyon (main), Logan Andresen (bow) with Coach/Training Manager Guy Pilkington. Starting on Thursday, this annual youth match racing regatta is held at the Balboa Yacht Club, California and is the first International event for this year’s Youth Training Programme squad. ... [more]

2015 Cal Cup preview – Farr 40 class chosen to compete By Farr 40 Class Association, , 10:17 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
2015 Cal Cup – For the second straight year - and sixth time overall - the Farr 40 class has been chosen to compete. ... [more]

RS Feva World Championships – Challenging day 1 By RS Feva International Class Association, , 9:58 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - GMT
2015 PA Consulting Allen RS Feva World Championships – After the excitement of the Opening Ceremony last night and a few days of preparation, team games and soaking up the atmosphere, sailors arrived this morning to the sunshine and a steady 10-15 knots on the race course. After gathering around the tent to be briefed for the day and collecting their GPS trackers, sailors eagerly took to the water ... [more]

Tour de France à la Voile – Inexcusable error by Groupama By Groupama sailing team, , 9:47 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - GMT
Deprived on Sunday of its blue leader jersey in the 38th Tour de France à la Voile, Groupama 24 was very much counting on making the most of the second day of Stadium races in Gruissan to make up some points on CombiWest. ... [more]

2015 Transpac Race – Wild Oats XI hanging on to hope By Rob Mundle, , 9:39 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
2015 Transpac Race – The crew of the Australian supermaxi, Wild Oats XI, is hanging on to hope as much as conviction in the 2225 nautical mile race from Los Angeles to Hawaii as the majority of the fleet continues to be dogged by frustratingly light and variable wind conditions. ... [more]

Tour de France à la voile – Tight at the top By A.S.O./Tour de France à la voile, , 9:22 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - GMT
2015 Tour de France à la voile – Tight at the top on the Tour's rankings between CombiWest, Groupama and Spindrift. Two more Acts to go and the rankings have never been so disputed. ... [more]

2015 Panerai British Classic Week – Spectacular day 2 By Panerai British Classic Week, , 8:59 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World UK GMT
The second day of Panerai British Classic Week 2015 may have featured grey skies and drizzle, but nothing could dampen the spirits of the 77 strong fleet of classic yachts as they came together for a spectacular Long Inshore Race sponsored by Classic Boat in partnership with Wight Vodka. ... [more]

Golden Perch, new fish stock for Lake Eildon By Georgia Brumby, , 5:06 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - GMT
A record number of golden perch have been stocked into Lake Eildon to improve freshwater fishing opportunities for Victorian anglers. ... [more]

Medical students join Helsal 3 for Airlie Beach Race Week By Di Pearson, , 4:19 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Twelve medical students from the University of NSW’s Wagga Wagga Rural Clinical School will join the crew of Helsal 3 for the 26th edition of Airlie Beach Race Week in August. ... [more]

SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week- one month to close of entries By Tracey Johnstone, Magnetic Island , 4:01 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Entries from across Australia for the SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week are steadily flowing in as the close of entries date looms large on the horizon. There are seven divisions on offer for this year’s regatta being held from August 27 to September 1. The Multihulls are the newest to see a surge in entries with Ian Johnson’s Lightwave Salacia kick-starting the Multihull Cruising Division. ... [more]

Topper World Championships - Day 1 By Elena Giolai, , 3:31 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - GMT
The Italians take the lead at the Topper World Championships at Riva del Garda: Zeni and Gallinaro are tied in the 5.3 category and Francesca Ramazzotti outperforms with a hat-trick in the 4.2. 156 competitors from Great Britain, Ireland, China, South Africa, France and Italy taking part.< ... [more]

RS Aeros at the Lymington Dinghy Regatta 2015 By Peter Barton, , 3:15 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World UK GMT
Ten RS Aeros entered in the annual combined club Lymington Dinghy Regatta. With medium winds forecast nine of the ten boats opted for the medium ‘Seven’ rig and even so, the fleet chose to join in with the large 39 boat medium handicap rather than having their own start. ... [more]

U.S. Singlehanded Championships to be decided at Laser Nationals By Jake Fish, , 2:38 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
A strong fleet comprised of experienced Laser class sailors with impressive resumes combined with a new infusion of talented men and women will be at the forefront of this week’s U.S. Singlehanded Sailing Championships, held in conjunction with the Laser Class U.S. National Championship. ... [more]

USODA Team Race National Championship - Day 2 + Video By Talbot Wilson, , 2:17 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
Young Opti sailors in Pensacola, Florida for the USODA Team Race National Championship had a merry marathon of racing Monday in Day two of their regatta. Sunday's racing was cut short by nearby lightning. Circle A had completed twelve races on Sunday while Circle B finished eleven. Monday was brilliant. Both circles completed the 78-race round robin ... [more]

Laser European and Worlds – Two races sailed in light and shifty winds By Tine Vinther, Kaløvig Bådelaug , 1:26 AM Tuesday 21 Jul 2015 - GMT
Day 3 at the Laser and Laser Radial Europeans was governed by shifty winds of 30 degrees or more and rain followed by periods of light wind if any at all. Both the Lasers and the Laser Radials completed the two scheduled races for today even though the second race was repeatedly postponed due to shifting wind. ... [more]

Mackinac Race - Karma Sailing Group reaches new milestone By Allison Vallas, Chicago, IL , 7:26 PM Monday 20 Jul 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
Few sports teams can maintain a winning average of .500, yet the Karma Sailing Group found a way to do just that this past week by winning their eighth Mackinac Race in 15 attempts. Karma Sailing Group, a sailboat racing program owned by accountant Martin Sandoval and Karma Yacht Sales Co-owners Jack Buoscio and Lou Sandoval has made winning the “Mac” a regular event in their summer itinerary. ... [more]

2015 Tour de France à la voile –Incredible scenario after coastal race By A.S.O./Tour de France à la voile, , 7:03 PM Monday 20 Jul 2015 - GMT
2015 Tour de France à la voile – It's never over until it's over. The adage is being confirmed today after an incredible coastal race in Gruissan that saw Groupama making a costly tactical mistake resulting in an unexpected change in the rankings. ... [more]

Laser Standard and Laser Radial Europeans - Challenging Day 4 By Tine Vinther, Kaløvig Bådelaug , 6:58 PM Monday 20 Jul 2015 - GMT
Day four in the Laser and Laser Radial Europeans was governed by shifting winds of up to 90 degrees during the day caused by the changing weather. The wind, however, maintained a relatively constant force of eight to ten knots throughout the day. ... [more]

29er Europeans – French crew makes big jump after Day 3 in Medemblik By Diana Bogaards, , 5:25 PM Monday 20 Jul 2015 - GMT
29er Europeans – Crispin Beaumont and Tom Darling from Great Britain managed to accelerate in the gold fleet. Beaumont: 'We had a really good day with a 3-3-14-1. We had a nice last race with a decent lead until the wind picked up behind us. That made it a bit more nerve-racking. ... [more]

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