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Sailing New from Sailing Anarchy

With two more races by Class, the qualifications for Gold and Silver fleets were completed in Vilamoura yesterday. —– In the ILCA 6, Annemarie Rindom DEN booked another race win (her 4th in 6 races) and is clearly on top of the ranking. Marie Barrué FRA follows in 2nd place,... Read more
Published on: 2021-04-22
You all know of the college admissions cheating scandal, especially as it relates to Sanford University and sailing coach John Vandemore. Netflix has released a  partially “reenacted” documentary about the entire scandal beyond Stanford, and it is pretty good.  To his credit, Vandemore comes off as a sympathetic figure. (Skip... Read more
Published on: 2021-04-22

Yachting World updates

All the Latest from Yachting Monthly

Yachting Monthly experts share the problems they have most often faced when anchoring, and how they troubleshoot their way outAdaptable anchoring skills allow you to cut loose from overcrowded marinas. Credit: Graham Snook/Yachting Monthly Yachting Monthly experts share the problems they have most often faced when anchoring, and how they... Read more
Published on 2021-04-21
Source: Yachting Monthly
With 9,000 GRP boats abandoned in Europe each year, finding disposal solutions isn't easy. Could new technologies be the answer? Nic Compton finds outThe high cost of disposal often means it is cheaper to abandon GRP boats. Credit: Alamy With 9,000 GRP boats abandoned in Europe each year, finding disposal... Read more
Published on 2021-04-19
Source: Yachting Monthly

Scuttlebutt Sailing News

In The One Design Line, US Sailing’s e-Newsletter for one design sailors, 2NINER skiff coach Philip Muller discusses how the 29er Class can be the gateway for the next generation of sailors: How does getting involved in skiff sailing as a youth sailor help them transition into the adult world... Read more
Published on 2021-04-22
Source: Scuttlebutt Sailing
With the start of season two for the SailGP sports league on April 24-25 in Bermuda, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck checks in with U.S. SailGP Team flight controller Rome Kirby for an update: There's been a lot of change in your sailing team. How did we get to this squad?... Read more
Published on 2021-04-22
Source: Scuttlebutt Sailing

Sails Magazine.com.AU

Queenslander, Jake Lilley has been announced as Australia’s representative in the Finn class for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, rounding out the sailing selection for the Games. The post Going for Gold appeared first on Sails.... Read more
Published on 2021-04-22
Source: Sails Magazine
The first sailing yacht commissioned by her passionate owners, SW105#04, “Taniwha” has been christened in Cape Town. The post GT touches down appeared first on Sails.... Read more
Published on 2021-04-21
Source: Sails Magazine

Yacht Racing Life

SailGP returns this weekend for its second season with an upgraded fleet of boats and a significantly beefed-up sailor line-up that includes many of the top names from the 36th America’s Cup. The opening event in Bermuda features eight competing teams representing Australia, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Japan, New Zealand,... Read more
Published on 2021-04-22
Source: Yacht Racing Life
The Ocean Race is aiming to make its next round-the-world race in 2022-23 climate positive as part of an ambitious climate change initiative and a key part of the global sailing event’s commitment to help protect and restore the seas. The initiative tackles the reduction of race-related greenhouse gas emissions... Read more
Published on 2021-04-22
Source: Yacht Racing Life