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Vanuatu sailor set for ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships By Daniel Smith, , 5:15 AM Saturday 07 Nov 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Growing up can be tough on a teenager, especially when trying to make their way in to elite sports. When most of us grow up we struggle to think of what we will do in the future, which direction we will head in. ... [more]

ISAF's 2015 Annual Conference gets underway in Sanya, China By NZL, , 4:48 AM Saturday 07 Nov 2015 - Sail-World NZ GMT
The 2015 Annual Conference has commenced in Sanya, China. From 7-14 November 2015 the world of sailing will gather on the Chinese island of Hainan to talk about the business of sailing and make the decisions that take the sport forward into the new year. ... [more]

2016 Les Voiles de St. Barth - High profile entries already By Barby MacGowan, , 3:49 AM Saturday 07 Nov 2015 - GMT
The seventh edition of Les Voiles de St. Barth will run from 11 to 16 April 2016, and a number of boats have already taken the necessary steps to make sure they are on the starting line at what has become one of the Caribbean's main sailing events. The 100-foot Comanche, the MOD70 Phaedo3 and the two Maxi72s Momo and Proteus are just some of the big names that have confirmed ... [more]

2016 RS Feva International Championships - Entries open By Frances Peters, , 3:21 AM Saturday 07 Nov 2015 - Sail-World UK GMT
Entry is now open for the 2016 RS Feva World Championships being held in Santander, Spain and the RS Feva European Championships to be set in Lake Lipno, Czech Republic. It's worth getting organised and entering early to bag the early discount! ... [more]

WWA Wake Park World Championship – Twenty champions crowned By The WWA, , 2:03 AM Saturday 07 Nov 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
The world’s most diverse park riders were named new World Champions at the most progressive wake park event in the world. Al Forsan International Sports Resort played host to a park event that is certainly one for the books. The riding stepped up more at this year’s World championships than any other year in the history of the sport. ... [more]

2015 Mini Transat - Îles de Guadeloupe - Good progress By Mini Transat, , 1:46 AM Saturday 07 Nov 2015 - GMT
One just needs to check the statistics to imagine the pace set by leading boat of the Mini Transat îles de Guadeloupe. Since leaving Lanzarote, the boats ahead of the fleet have covered almost 1600 miles, at an average speed of 11 knots. If they could have sailed a direct course, they would have already crossed more than half of the Atlantic. ... [more]

Beneteau Cup - A little bit of this, and a whole lot of that! By John Curnow, , 12:03 AM Saturday 07 Nov 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
There was a little bit of sunshine and wind to be had on Sydney Harbour yesterday after a super humid morning. That was terrific. Then there was a whole lot of rain, some extra wind for a spell and after that it was almost back to normal. One thing none of it could change was that the participants in the 2015 Beneteau Cup had a whole heap of fun. Cheers and well done to that! ... [more]

Transat Jacques Vabre – The finish line waits By Transat Jacques Vabre, , 5:36 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - GMT
Transat Jacques Vabre – Barring any unforeseen circumstances, victory should be Macif’s in the early hours of Saturday morning. Skipper Francois Gabart, who won the Vendée Globe on his first attempt at just 29 years old in January 2013, said today that the final 40 miles into the finish line will be complicated ... [more]

Transat Jacques Vabre– Erwan Le Roux 'Rester concentré sur l’objectif' By Presse de FenêtréA-Prysmian, , 5:18 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - GMT
Transat Jacques Vabre – Après un Pot-au-Noir compliqué qui les laissé croire qu’ils étaient sortis d’affaire un moment avant de se regonfler, un flux de sud-ouest inhabituel pour les accompagner jusqu’à l’équateur, puis des pluies diluviennes pour agrémenter le tout, Erwan Le Roux et Giancarlo Pedote profitent, depuis ce matin, d’un régime d’alizés bien établi. ... [more]

2015 Transat Jacques Vabre – La glorieuse incertitude du sport By Voile Banque Populaire, , 4:49 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - GMT
Si la course des IMOCA de la Transat Jacques Vabre était placée dans l’hémisphère nord sous le sceau de la dureté, c’est à une atmosphère beaucoup plus tendue nerveusement qu’elle convie les protagonistes du groupe de tête dans l’hémisphère sud. ... [more]

Friends of the sea launch Seabin street waste solution By Tracey Johnstone, Australia , 4:24 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Australian professional big-boat sailor Andy Turton and boat-builder Peter Ceglinski have a solution to this world-wide problem that impacts on every marine community. They have developed the Seabin which is designed to capture street rubbish that constantly gathers around boats, pontoons and marinas ... [more]

2015 UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship - Heart stopping! By, , 4:23 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Powerboat-World GMT
UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship – Gary Ballough and John Tomlinson overcame a heart-stopping moment on lap three when they were forced to shut down an engine, before restarting and going on to finish second in the final race of the season at the Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi to the championship. ... [more]

The First Foiler to round Cape Horn? By Frette Rogerson, , 4:01 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
Franck Cammas, one of the most successful French sailors in the world, is preparing to do something never done before: rounding Cape Horn in a foiling catamaran. This is a world first which will begin on November 8, 2015. ... [more]

2016 J24 Nationals in Melbourne – The next big regatta By Simon Grain, , 3:45 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
2016 National Championships – The NSW Champs showed there is plenty of tight racing in the class. With Sean Kirkjian doing the winning this year he now has the Nationals carrot dangling in front of those very focused eyes. ... [more]

2015 Yachting Australia Awards – Belcher and Ryan lead all-star night By Yachting Australia, , 3:26 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
2015 Yachting Australia Awards – Fresh from their World Championship and World Cup final wins, 470 sailors Mathew Belcher and Will Ryan have continued their extraordinary run of success by taking out the Male Sailor of the Year award. ... [more]

2015 Lipton Cup Regatta – Enter now!! By Royal Yacht Club of Victoria, , 3:12 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
2015 Lipton Cup Regatta – Now that the Melbourne Cup is over for another year, its time to start turning your mind to the Lipton Cup. With only a week to go now until the 2015 Lipton Cup Regatta, the entries are flooding in, and its shaping up to be a great event. ... [more]

Emma Wilson wins SportsAid One-to-Watch Award at charity’s SportsBall By RYA, , 2:51 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World UK GMT
Sixteen-year-old windsurfer Emma Wilson from Christchurch in Dorset has been named by Sir Steven Redgrave as the winner of SportsAid’s coveted One-to-Watch Award 2015 at the charity’s SportsBall last night (5 November) in London. ... [more]

2015 Etchells Worlds, day 5. The PRO keeps his promise. By RHKYC Media, Hong Kong , 2:32 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
As stated after racing yesterday, PRO Kevin Wilson confirmed that competitors would be set a long race today, featuring Course 1 for the first time. With a course length of 2.0nm and an additional windward leg (thus, two sausages and a length of spaghetti), this gave a predicted race duration of 110 minutes – a good half hour longer than any of races 1 to 7. ... [more]

Clipper Round the World Race – Progress slows as Roaring Forties purrs By The Clipper Race, , 2:20 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - GMT
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – Passing the 40S line which marks the official start of the Southern Ocean’s ‘Roaring Forties’ brings expectations of big surfs and accelerated boat speeds, however that is not always the case as Clipper Race teams are discovering so far in this race. ... [more]

NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic – Another windy day produced three results By American Windsurfing Tour, , 1:58 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
NoveNove Maui Aloha Classic – Day nine started off with some blustery conditions. A small wind swell provided enough to get some heats going along with some very strong wind gusts and about an hour’s worth of rain squalls that came in and out. ... [more]

Etchells Worlds – USA still tops after Penultimate day By RHKYC Media, , 1:38 PM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
As stated after racing yesterday, PRO Kevin Wilson confirmed that competitors would be set a long race today, featuring course one for the first time. With a course length of 2.0nm and an additional windward leg, this gave a predicted race duration of 110 minutes – a good half hour longer than any of races one to seven. ... [more]

Jules Verne Trophy – Join Spindrift 2 in her world record attempt By Spindrift racing, , 10:23 AM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - GMT
Jules Verne Trophy – Spindrift racing has created a new platform devoted entirely to the record attempt. Currently on stand-by for the right weather to start their Jules Verne Trophy record attempt, Dona Bertarelli, Yann Guichard and their crew present the opportunity to share their adventure. ... [more]

2016 RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show – Tickets now on sale By Loretta Spridgeon-Connor, , 9:30 AM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - GMT
RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show, in association with Yachts and Yachting, will be returning to Alexandra Palace in London for two packed days devoted entirely to dinghy sailing. ... [more]

Collinson FX Market Commentary - Nov 6 - Week ends weakly By Collinson FX, , 6:50 AM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Equities were flat, while the Dollar remained strong, supported by the hawkish Monetary Policy in the U.S. The Bank of England left rates unchanged, while releasing a dovish policy statement, pushing the GBP down to 1.5200. The EUR traded 1.0850, hit by contracting Retail Sales and falling factory orders in Germany. ... [more]

2015 Botany Bay Race – Winner announced By Di Pearson, , 5:25 AM Friday 06 Nov 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Near perfect conditions propelled the Ker 46 Midnight Rambler to provisional victory in the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia’s Botany Bay Race last weekend, but a protest by Steven Proud’s Swish has meant a penalty for Midnight Rambler, and promotes Howard Piggott’s Beneteau First 40 to the winner’s seat. ... [more]

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