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Sailing New from Sailing Anarchy

On a beautiful morning off Fort de France in Martinique, the blue and white Guillaume Verdier-designed IMOCA LinkedOut, sailed by Thomas Ruyant and Morgan Lagravière completed a comprehensive victory in the fifteenth Transat Jacques Vabre today. More here. Inappropriate title inspiration stolen from and performed by Black Flag.... Read more
Published on: 2021-11-27
Source: Sailing Anarchy
Bio-based resins have come a very long way in the last few years. No longer niche products, they are now among the best-selling resin systems on the market. The companies that pioneered these far less toxic and more sustainable, next-generation materials – like Sicomin, the market-leading supplier of liquid epoxy... Read more
Published on: 2021-11-26
Source: Sailing Anarchy

Yachting World updates

All the Latest from Yachting Monthly

Twenty years after the death of her father Sir Peter Blake, Sarah-Jane Blake reflects on his legacy and the influence he has had on her lifeSarah-Jane and her brother, James were always involved in their father's sailing exploits, including the 1995 America's Cup. Credit: Sarah-Jane Blake Twenty years after the... Read more
Published on 2021-11-25
Source: Yachting Monthly
Hydrogen is the future of energy – everyone says so. Billions of pounds of funding have been unveiled as part of the Government’s UK Hydrogen Strategy, which includes marine sector targetsHydrogen fuel has the potential to be entirely carbon-free, producing just water as a by-product of its use. Credit: Scharfsinn/Alamy... Read more
Published on 2021-11-24
Source: Yachting Monthly

Scuttlebutt Sailing News

(November 27, 2021; Day 21; 14:13 CET) – Charal’s arrival completes the IMOCA podium but the racing in the Transat Jacques Vabre rages on, especially for 4th and 5th between Initiatives Coeur and Arkéa-Paprec. The front of the Class40 remain incredibly close with the current leader now just 600 miles... Read more
Published on 2021-11-27
Source: Scuttlebutt Sailing
This mini-cruiser may look quirky, even extraordinary, but wait till you see the space it provides below decks. Toby Hodges steps aboard from the Revolution 24’s home port of La Rochelle, France... Read more
Published on 2021-11-26
Source: Scuttlebutt Sailing

Sails Magazine.com.AU

A diverse and competitive fleet will chase history in the 2021 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, headlined by the battle for the Tattersall Cup and the introduction of the Two-Handed Division. The post Great Race returns appeared first on Sails.... Read more
Published on 2021-11-24
Source: Sails Magazine

Yacht Racing Life

The IMOCA podium will soon be complete as the battles in the chasing fleet intensify. The damaged Ultime, Sodebo 3 is expected to end her heroic race tonight. The Class 40 leaders continue to be bunched together as the sailors struggle with the soaring heat. IMOCA 60 – still plenty... Read more
Published on 2021-11-26
Source: Yacht Racing Life
Even if you are using a hybrid mix of new and existing hardware there is no longer any reason why your data should not be delivered immediately on demand. No one puts up with slow data connections in the home or office, why do so on board your yacht? In... Read more
Published on 2021-11-26
Source: Yacht Racing Life