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Tuesday 31, October 2006

Monday 30, October 2006

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    A quiet beer with a gentle giant

    Stu Bannatyne has raced everything from Lasers to Volvo 70s, Louay Habib had a beer withthe big man from Auckland.

    30 Oct 2006

  • £17,025 !!!

    Tenth North Sails Golf Day raises a record amount of £17,025 for the John Merricks Sailing Trust

    30 Oct 2006

  • Ainslie wins Allianz Cup, beating Baird

    The 29-year-old Ainslie, a helmsman for Emirates Team New Zealand, defeated Ed Baird of Alinghi, 3-1, to win his first World Tour event. Ainslie's crew included James Dagg, Terry Hutchinson, Jeremy Lomas...

    30 Oct 2006

Friday 27, October 2006

Thursday 26, October 2006

  • The Fastest Boat Afloat

    A few weeks ago, the first 'Bermudian' to be built in many a decade slipped into its new home berth at the old Royal Navy Dockyard, as the Spirit of Bermuda. <a href="http://www.theroyalgazette.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061027/MIDOCEAN/110270187&SearchID=73261571054089"...

    Posted by Bermuda Sailing Association

    26 Oct 2006

  • Brutal Biscay

    Following the exciting departure from Bilbao (Basque Country, Spain) at 13:00 on Sunday October 22, the fleet of 6 high performance Open 60 yachts has been blasted by enormous waves and violent winds...

    26 Oct 2006

  • Williams wins group at Allianz Cup

    Ian Williams, the 29-year-old skipper of Team Pindar, won the group with a 5-2 record. He topped a three-way tiebreaker with Peter Holmberg of Alinghi and Ben Ainslie of Emirates Team New Zealand, two...

    26 Oct 2006

Wednesday 25, October 2006

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    Betsy Alison wins Rolex Osprey Cup

    St. Petersburg, Fla., USA (October 24, 2006) – Betsy Alison won the 2006 Rolex Osprey Cup – one of only two ISAF Grade 1 women’s match racing events in the U.S. – held at the St. Petersburg Yacht...

    25 Oct 2006

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    Survival Conditions

    Boat breaking gale force headwinds and seas, comparable to those experienced in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Race in 1998 when six lost their lives, have been battering the Velux 5 oceans fleet all day. While...

    25 Oct 2006

Saturday 21, October 2006

Friday 20, October 2006

Thursday 19, October 2006

  • Moxie, Oyster take first offshore fall race

    BOCA's Fall Series began last Sunday with Moxie taking Racing Class and Bermuda Oyster heading the Cruising fleet. <a href="http://www.bermudasun.bm/main.asp?Search=1&ArticleID=31289&SectionID=8&SubSectionID=&S=1"...

    Posted by Bermuda Sailing Association

    19 Oct 2006

Wednesday 18, October 2006

Tuesday 17, October 2006

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    Gary Jobson to host ISAF Awards Ceremony

    [large image 13506] World renowned sailor, television commentator and author Gary JOBSON (USA) will host the ISAF Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards Dinner and Ceremony in Helsinki, Finland on 7...

    17 Oct 2006

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    Ray Davies - The Optimist

    Upfront and personal interview with Mean Machine's Skipper.

    Posted by Louay Habib

    17 Oct 2006

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    Russians Race Ready

    Russian Transpac 52 Rusal Synergy won today's first inshore race in the build-up to the start of the 608-mile Rolex Middle Sea Race this Saturday. When skipper Alexei Nikolaev crossed the finish line...

    17 Oct 2006

Monday 16, October 2006

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    Rolex Middle Sea Race sees biggest entry ever

    Seventy-three yachts from 18 nations to contest 27th Rolex Middle Sea Race

    16 Oct 2006

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    King Edward VII Gold Cup Final

    Ian Williams won the first two races, dropped the third and then closed out the series in the fourth race with a one boatlength victory. He and crew Bill Hardesty (bow and tactics), Gerry Mitchell (headsails)...

    16 Oct 2006

Sunday 15, October 2006

  • Walker caps memorable week with victory in Petite Final

    The 38-year-old skipper defeated Switzerland’s Eric Monnin three to two in the best-of-five final series to finish in third place in the 58th edition of the prestigious regatta and pocket $5,000 in...

    Posted by Bermuda Sailing Association

    15 Oct 2006

Friday 13, October 2006

Thursday 12, October 2006

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    Aurelia Ditton takes on the Route du Rhum

    Just 3 weeks before the start of the Route Du Rhum 26 year old Aurelia Ditton has announced her participation in the famous, single-handed 3,500 mile yacht race from St Malo, France to Guadeloupe. She...

    Posted by Sophy Williams

    12 Oct 2006


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