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Transat Jacques Vabre - Day 2 report from on board Hugo Boss By Alex Thomson, , 8:58 PM Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 - GMT
Alex Thomson and Guillermo Altadill have started the Transat Jacque Vabre, two handed trans-Atlantic race onboard the new Hugo Boss, using sails from the Doyle Sails loft in New Zealand. In the 5,400 mile race to Itajai, Brazil, they are up against the other latest generation of IMOCA Open 60’s all of which are ready to prove themselves on the Ocean Masters circuit. ... [more]

Sail 2 Indonesia Rally overall By John and Lyn Martin, Suva , 7:12 PM Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Cruising Aus GMT
As you will know from our previous reports, in July 2015, 52 Cruising boats of all shapes and sizes, from all over world, came together for the start of 2015 “Multihull Solutions 2015 Sail 2 Indonesia Rally” run by Island Cruising Association. Having cleared out of Australia in Thursday Island and clearing in to Indonesia at Debut this group of more than one hundred people from all over the world ... [more]

Porcupine reaches Kickstarter goal in 48 hours - Stretch goal released By Rachel Betzner, Erie, PA , 6:57 PM Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 - GMT
Having reached its original $5000 Kickstarter goal to build the deck on the gunboat schooner Porcupine in 48 hours, the Bayfront Maritime Center announced a “stretch goal” today to try to gain enough backers to complete the bowsprit as well. ... [more]

Transat Jacque Vabre - Stricken crew activate beacon ahead of gale By NZL, , 6:57 PM Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 - GMT
Due to the deteriorating weather the two co-skippers on board the capsized Prince de Bretagne, Lionel Lemonchois and Roland Jourdain, triggered their emergency distress beacon at 1520hrs UTC. ... [more]

A look at the double-handed Transat Jacques Vabre By David Schmidt, Sail-World, Seattle, WA , 5:06 PM Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 - GMT
While there’s no disguising late October’s march into the beginning of November-and with it the end of daylight savings-the great news for fans of offshore racing is that this past weekend marked the start of the 5,400-mile Transat Jacques Vabre (TJV), which will take 42 double-handed teams back down the coffee route from Le Harve, France to Itajai, Brazil. ... [more]

2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup – Abu Dhabi promotes sailing to its youth By ISAF, , 3:09 PM Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup – Moves to draw a new generation of young Emiratis into sailing and steer the UAE's brightest young talent towards the top level are being boosted by the world cup final in Abu Dhabi this week. ... [more]

Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race – Newly designed boat ready to race By Joe Hall, , 2:53 PM Tuesday 27 Oct 2015 - Sail-World Asia GMT
2015 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race – Premier Composite Technologies latest build, high performance IRC 45’ by Mark Mills heading down under. ... [more]

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