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Dan Slater: Low and slow was the story in the Finn Gold Cup By Dan Slater, 7:04 AM Fri 10 Jul 2009
2000 and 2008 Olympian, Dan Slater, reports on Day 4 of racing in the 2009 Finn Gold Cup in Denmark: Low and slow was the story of my day today. The breeze was 17-22 knots with what has now become standard 20 degree wind shifts. Race 1 I had a really bad start and managed to get in phase with the wind shifts early in the beat and I rounded the first mark 4th. Down the run I struggled ...[more]

Dan Slater: A mixed day in very mixed conditions in Finn Gold Cup By Dan Slater, 1:16 PM Thu 9 Jul 2009
2000 and 2008 Olympian, Dan Slater, reports on Day 3 of racing in the 2009 Finn Gold Cup in Denmark: A mixed day in very mixed conditions. Today the breeze was between 5-15 knots and shifted 90 degrees and back which made racing really difficult . Race 1 went really well ...[more]

Dan Slater: Not a bad day at the office in the Finn Gold Cup By Dan Slater, 9:16 AM Wed 8 Jul 2009
2000 and 2008 Olympian, Dan Slater, reports on Day 2 of racing in the 2009 Finn Gold Cup in Denmark: 'Not a bad day at the office today in very tricky conditions the breeze started in race 1 at about 8 knots and quickly built to 14-15 knots during the race. I had a nice start and was able to go where I wanted but I put myself a little to much in the middle and a big right hand shift ...[more]

Only four yachts finished in Noumea Race By , 8:51 PM Sat 4 Jul 2009
Four yachts have finished the Auckland to Noumea race, over a week after the 975nm race started. As well as taking line honours, it would seem that Limit (Alan Brierty) (AUS) will take first prixe in all the major divisions ...[more]

Limit first home to Noumea but on tenterhooks for major trophies By Tash Paget, 2:39 PM Thu 2 Jul 2009
Limit crossed the finish line this morning, in 25+ degree’s but very light winds. V5 was 100 miles behind at this morning’s radio sched, with the rest of the fleet around 100 miles further back. ...[more]

Limit expected to be first home in Auckland Noumea race By Richard Gladwell, 9:23 PM Wed 1 Jul 2009
The Australian entry, Limit (Alan Brierty) is expected to finish the Auckland Noumea soon after sunrise on Thursday morning. Second home will be the Alan Andrews designed TP52, V5 (Simon Hull), with a major tussle behind for third place. ...[more]

Lighter winds forecast for final approach to Noumea. By Tash Paget, 6:58 PM Tue 30 Jun 2009
Royal Akarana Yacht Club's Tash Paget reports from the Auckland - Noumea race finish at Noumea: 'The breeze and conditions are now much more favourable for the fleet as they get closer to the pacific islands. Good weather and tail winds are expected for the rest of the race, so the sailors and boats will have a good chance to dry out before they reach the finish, ...[more]

Winds ease at Cape Reinga and Noumea Race gets back on track By Richard Gladwell and RAYC Media, 10:22 PM Mon 29 Jun 2009
Racing has resumed in the Auckland to Noumea race after very testing weather conditions which forced three yachts to retire, and several others to suspend racing. The wind is turning west, with winds in the vicinity of approx 25 - 30 knots. Lagoon Ozone reports that they have had occasional gusts up to 40 knots, however tells us that the winds are now easing ...[more]

Ribs broken in stormy Noumea Race - fleet reduced to 10 yachts By Richard Gladwell and RAYC Media, 12:47 PM Mon 29 Jun 2009
The 13 strong fleet in the Auckland to Noumea race have been hit hard by strong winds as they reached North Cape, during the night, with 30kt+ knot winds and big seas being encountered. Bare Essentials was the first to seek shelter yesterday afternoon, under the Karikari Peninsula, followed by Bird on the Wing who sailed into Mangonui Harbour. Both intend to continue racing. ...[more]

Mast falls in stormy night in Auckland Noumea race By Richard Gladwell, 7:33 AM Mon 29 Jun 2009
One yacht has been dismasted and many of the fleet are sheltering in a storm that has hit the Auckland to Noumea race fleet overnight. Overnight, conditions at Cape Reinga were recorded gusts of up 52kts with an increasing trend, before recording was suspended at 0300hrs ...[more]

Strong winds and heavy rain lash Auckland Noumea Race - fleet shelters By Sail-World and RAYC, 9:21 PM Sun 28 Jun 2009
With heavy rains forecast for the far north, the 13 boats in the Auckland to Noumea Race fleet are expected to get very wet as they continued racing north. Limit and V5 are off the top of the North Island now, with Limit reporting 30 knot wind’s. Lagoon Ozone, a little further back in the fleet are reporting 40 knot winds. ...[more]

Images and video of Noumea fleet at Rangitoto Island By Colin Preston, Auckland , 12:01 PM Sun 28 Jun 2009
Out of the fog the Auckland to Noumea boats appeared then disappeared. Some of the RNZYS winter series fleet got a glimpse of the boats as they passed by near Rangitoto lighthouse doing genaker peels and gybes while searching for the fickle breeze in the dense Auckland fog. Limit and V5 appeared first side by side but Limit had to gybe away to avoid us, with V5 passing within meters from our bow ...[more]

Strong headwinds hit Noumea race fleet off Cape Reinga By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World.Com, 9:02 AM Sun 28 Jun 2009
The Australian yacht Limit (Alan Brierty) is leading the Auckland Noumea fleet into strong headwinds off cape Reinga at the top of New Zealand. Winds in the area have peaked at 37kts and are easing slightly, but an advancing area of low pressure will be centred off the western side of the Cape around 0100hrs tomorrow morning 30 June. ...[more]

Images from the start of the 2009 Auckland to Noumea Race By Richard Gladwell and Royal Akarana YC, 10:40 PM Sat 27 Jun 2009
Images from the start of the Auckland to Noumea Race 27 June 2009 ...[more]

Auckland Noumea Race gets underway in fog - strong winds ahead By Event Media, 4:55 PM Sat 27 Jun 2009
A dense fog surrounded Auckland and the Waitemata harbour all day, which lifted just before the start of the 2009 Ocean Race - just in time for both the Race Committee onboard HMNZS Resolution and the competitors to make out the entire start line. It must of been arranged for the fleet from someone above, as shortly after the start, the fog set back in again with only 200 – 300m visibility. Th ...[more]

Auckland Noumea Race starts this Saturday with a Very Important Sailor By Tash Paget (RAYC) and Sail-World, 10:46 AM Thu 25 Jun 2009
The Auckland to Noumea Ocean Race is scheduled to start at 1400hours, off Orakei Wharf, Waitemata Harbour, Auckland, with a fleet of 13 Premier Division yachts taking part. It has just been announced that Sarah-Jane Blake, the daughter of the late Sir Peter Blake will be taking part in the race this year as crew on board her father’s old yacht Lion New Zealand. ...[more]

Light winds expected for JP Morgan AM Round the Island Race By Richard Gladwell, 8:37 AM Sat 20 Jun 2009
Light winds are predicted for the start of the JP Morgan Asset management Round the Island Race, off Cowes, Isle of Wight. Sail-World has used PredictWind to develop predictions for three critical points of the race. PredictWind shows the wind as being very light initially building slowly during the day. ...[more]

Sailors! Don't miss the PredictWind & Expedition Seminar tonight By Richard Gladwell, Sail-World, 9:54 PM Wed 17 Jun 2009
Predictwind.com and Expedition will be hosting a seminar at the Royal Akarana Yacht Club this evening 18th June at 1900hrs. This is a great chance to hear from the developers of these two applications, Jon Bilger (PredictWind) and Nick White (Expedition), and see how they can be used. The evening will be beneficial to anyone who wants to learn more about how use PredictWind to win races ...[more]

Will Marseilles Trophies go in the first race for GP42's and TP52's? By Audi MedCup Media, 7:42 PM Sun 14 Jun 2009
Regatta or Circuit? As ever teams will tell you that the Circuit is the main focus and winning regattas is simply a nice bonus if and when it happens. It's a passing reward to the team for their hard work and execution as well as a confirmation that they are headed in the right direction. But the universal pursuit at this stage, TP52 and GP42, is to win the Audi MedCup Circuit. ...[more]

Audi MedCup: Lighter winds expected and course location change By Audi MedCup Media, 7:34 PM Sat 13 Jun 2009
A return to gentler breezes means back to finesse sailing rather than high octane downwind runs and boat and sail handling tests. For the first time here in Marseille the race area is being moved on to the Rade Nord, which means a whole new set of conditions and influences to be learned. It's already very warm this morning and there will be every chance that the thermal sea breeze will build ...[more]

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