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2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup heads to Abu Dhabi By ISAF, , 11:05 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
Abu Dhabi sets the stage for a fascinating conclusion to the 2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup this week, with the sport's top athletes heading into four days of intense race competition at the end of a year-round journey towards gold medal glory. ... [more]

2015 Annapolis Fall Regatta broadens its seasonal appeal By Storm Trysail Club, , 10:49 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
Annapolis Fall Regatta – With good initial interest and entries increasing, the Storm Trysail Club Chesapeake Station and Eastport YC are broadening the base of their 2015 edition. The three-day regatta held over Friday-Sunday, October 23-25, will feature not only competitive inshore races under one-design and handicap rating rules, and will offer a short distance race in the mid-Chesapeake region ... [more]

Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – Final approach to Cape Town By The Clipper Race, , 10:39 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - GMT
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – The race to Cape Town is not over yet. After chasing its nearest competitor since Rio, Qingdao has overtaken LMAX Exchange, finding stronger winds and a better angle in the final approach to Cape Town. ... [more]

2015 Etchells Pre-Worlds Asia Pacific Championship – Final day By RHKYC Media, , 10:16 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
The third and final day of the Etchells Asia Pacific Championships got off to an early start, with the first warning signal sounding at 1000hrs. ... [more]

Mini Transat – A catch up with Lizzy Foreman before the start of leg 2 By Peta Stuart-Hunt, , 9:38 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World UK GMT
Mini Transat – Peta Stuart-Hunt chats with the 25 year-old British solo sailor Lizzy Foreman before she sets sail on the final 2,770nm leg. ... [more]

Chris Benz Luderitz Speed Challenge – Week 3 overview + Videos By Sophie Routaboul, , 9:09 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - GMT
2015 Luderitz Speed Challenge – This week, new riders came from France and Great Britain to join the others already in Luderitz to attempt to break records. ... [more]

Transat Jacques Vabre - Maitre Coq, Safran and Concise withdraw By Transat Jacques Vabre, , 4:30 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - GMT
On Monday evening at 2215hrs UTC/2315hrs CET Jeremie Beyou, skipper of the IMOCA 60 Maitre Coq, told his shore team of a problem with their forestay. Earlier the IMOCA 60 Safran, Morgan Lagravière, skipper of the IMOCA 60 Safran also reported they were withdrawing. The Class40 Team Concise have also advised they are heading for Ireland. ... [more]

2015 Campbell Cup - Roy Disney posts three-peat victory By Rick Roberts, , 3:51 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
For the third year in a row, Roy P. Disney and his Andrews 68, Pyewacket, team won the Campbell Cup regatta Sunday in the West Coast 70 Class, with Mick Shlens winning in the Farr 40 class and John Snook winning in the J/120 class in this two-day regatta hosted by Long Beach Yacht Club and sponsored by North Sails. ... [more]

Valiant effort but Masters Regatta ends with no Sunday racing By SDYC, , 3:09 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World USA GMT
2015 International Master Regatta - “I’m going to tell my crew we’ve got to go faster” said Malin Burnham on the first day of the International Masters Regatta, and that is just what they did. Just shy of his 88th birthday, Malin Burnham can also celebrate his 2015 International Master Regatta first place victory. ... [more]

Changed boating conditions on Clarence River at Grafton By Transport Roads and Maritime Services, , 2:23 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Boaters are reminded to keep clear of a section of the Clarence River upstream from Duke Street this weekend for the safe staging of a dragon boat regatta. ... [more]

Transfusion triumphs at Farr 40 season opener By Lisa Ratcliff, , 2:06 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
The Farr 40 Australian Open Series might have convincingly belonged to the multiple national and 2011 world champions, Guido Belgiorno-Nettis’ Transfusion, but new class president Rod Jones is keen to point out five from the seven boat fleet wrested a win during the season opener. ... [more]

Sydney Sailmakers pips Geotherm for 12ft Skiff Parramatta River Champs By Di Pearson, , 1:40 AM Monday 26 Oct 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
The Geotherm crew of Brett Hobson and Billy Lusty led the 12ft Skiff Parramatta River Championship almost to the end, only to be pipped to the post by the Sydney Sailmakers crew of Nick Press and Andrew ‘Noddy’ Hay in the Abbotsford Sailing Club hosted event late yesterday afternoon. ... [more]

2015-16 Cherub NSW State Championships - Round one By Rolf Lunsmann, Sydney , 7:09 PM Sunday 25 Oct 2015 - Sail-World AUS GMT
Alison Chapman and Andrew Stephenson from Drummoyne Sailing Club hold the narrowest of leads after the first round of the 2015-16 NSW Cherub State Championship sailed at Belmont 16ft Sailing Club over the weekend ... [more]

North Sails Young 88 Owners Champs – The Perfect Regatta? By Mike Leyland, Auckland , 6:49 PM Sunday 25 Oct 2015 - Sail-World NZ GMT
Auckland Harbour is not the Caribbean, so it wasn’t the location. We weren’t in T shirts and shorts so it wasn’t the weather. The All Blacks did play a sublime game of Rugby to beat the French on Sunday morning but it wasn’t the final. ... [more]

Transat Jacques Vabre–Petit galop d’échauffement avant le coup de vent By Presse Voile Banque Populaire, , 5:31 PM Sunday 25 Oct 2015 - GMT
Transat Jacques Vabre – Alors que tous les esprits étaient ce matin encore obnubilés par les perspectives de tempête à venir en sortie de Manche, ce sont d’inhabituelles conditions de calmes et de grand soleil dont ont bénéficié les 42 concurrents ... [more]

Transat Jacques Vabre – One step at a time By Transat Jacques Vabre, , 5:14 PM Sunday 25 Oct 2015 - GMT
Transat Jacques Vabre – With tens of thousands lining Le Havre’s docks, beaches and the headlands, enjoying a Sunday afternoon stolen from summer, the very light winds and contrary tidal flow made a slow, sticky start. ... [more]

Transat Jacques Vabre – Safran’s skippers eager to race By Safran Sailing Team, , 3:18 PM Sunday 25 Oct 2015 - GMT
At 1330hrs off Le Havre, Morgan Lagravière and Nicolas Lunven crossed the start-line of the Transat Jacques Vabre, their first major race in an IMOCA. After a gentle introduction, the tempo will accelerate quickly with the approach a very deep depression that it will be necessary to negotiate as soon as they leave the Channel. ... [more]

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