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Thursday 31, August 2006

  • National 12 Scottish Championships

    East Lothian Yacht Club were the hosts for the 2006 National 12 Scottish Championships, raced for on 26 and 27 August, and provided the fleet with a great weekend of sailing and socialising.

    31 Aug 2006

  • Dragon Gold Cup 2006 - Day 2

    The Bay of Douarnenez once again showed that it was a magnificent site particularly well adapted to Dragon races. Of course, the reactions varied according to the results obtained, but everyone agreed...

    31 Aug 2006

  • Melges Worlds - Still close on day 4

    The overnight gales may have abated but there was no shortage of thrills and spills on day four of the Melges 24 World Championship in Hyeres as the 119 crews completed the final two of six round robin...

    31 Aug 2006

  • Qingdao - Final Results

    All eleven Medal Races were completed at the Olympic Test Event in Qingdao today, with a fresh south easterly breeze blowing across Fushan Bay and plenty of excitement for the mass of locals gathered...

    31 Aug 2006

Wednesday 30, August 2006

  • Perini Aiming to Turn Back the Tide of History at Rolex Farr 40 World Championship

    This Week's Pre-Worlds to Offer First Look If history is anything to go by, then an American team should stand the best chance of winning the Rolex Farr 40 World Championship in Newport, Rhode Isla...

    30 Aug 2006

  • Challenge Transat - Under 500 miles to go

    After a slow 24 hours making only an average of 4 to 5 knots, they have speeded up to over 7 knots and are making good progress to Marblehead. Their current speed would bring them into Marblehead on Friday...

    30 Aug 2006

  • Rolex Farr 40 World Championships

    Newport, R.I., USA: In less than two weeks, Newport will become the stage for a battle that has been brewing around the world for the past nine years. Never before, have 40 Farr 40s assembled to contest...

    30 Aug 2006

  • Qingdao - Rock and Roll

    'Rock and roll!' was how French Tornado sailor Xavier REVIL summed up conditions today after taking two bullets and pole position before tomorrow’s Medal Race.

    Posted by Scuttlebutt Europe

    30 Aug 2006

Tuesday 29, August 2006

  • Dragon Gold Cup 2006

    The Dragon Gold Cup brings together 19 different nations, around 20 Olympic medallists and some local boats that are in with a real chance of coming under the spotlight in Douarnenez, France. One of them...

    29 Aug 2006

  • Melges 24 Worlds - Day 2

    Day two at the Melges 24 Worlds in Hyeres brought a mix of conditions for the 119 crews with racing starting in 8-10 knots and finishing in 30 knots as the Mistral began to blow. Two more races in the...

    29 Aug 2006

  • Qingdao - Brits on Fire

    A great day for the British sailors in Qingdao means they hit the lead across five of the fleets at the Olympic Test Event in China. Ben Ainslie (GBR) led the charge at the ISAF Grade 2 Qingdao International...

    29 Aug 2006

  • Nicolas Troussel wins La Solitaire Afflelou Le Figaro

    Nicolas Troussel just needed to keep Thierry Chabagny behind and remain close to the leaders to consolidate his leadership in the overall rankings. The 5 hour gap built up over 42 of the 44 competitors...

    29 Aug 2006

  • RNLI Severn class lifeboat launched in a hurry.

    Here in the Medina Yard through our association with South Boats and the RNLI we have the capacity to lift and store a Severn Class lifeboat, this particular boat is a 'spare' that is ready to cover for...

    29 Aug 2006

Monday 28, August 2006

  • 18' Skiff International Regatta

    The 18' Skiff International Regatta wasn't quite a changing of the guard, Howard Hamlin, 53, was the winning skipper for the third time in five years -but if runner-up Samuel (Shark) Kahn, 17, is the...

    28 Aug 2006

  • Melges 24 Worlds - Day 1

    Day one of the Melges 24 World Championship in Hyeres on the French Riviera brought stunning conditions for the 119 competitors from 14 nations as they completed the first two round robin races of the...

    28 Aug 2006

  • Les Sables - the Azores and back

    Arriving second of the second leg between the Azores and Vendée a bit more than half an hour after the winner David Sineau, Adrien Hardy has won the first edition of the Les Sables-Les Açores-Les Sables...

    28 Aug 2006

Saturday 26, August 2006

  • Coiler's on holiday!!!

    Well it still involves sailing!

    26 Aug 2006

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    Mean Machine's Winning Athens Odyssey

    A text book display in the final race by Dean Barker and the crew of Warpath, winning by 47 seconds, could do nothing to dent a clear overall win by the cool, calm and collected Mean Machine/Mutua Madrilena...

    Posted by Medcup.org

    26 Aug 2006

Thursday 24, August 2006

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    Sail 4 Cancer Team return to shore

    Sevenstar Round Britain and Ireland team raise £100,000 for the charity

    24 Aug 2006

  • Qingdao - Defending Gold

    The defending gold medallists in the Tornado and Finn made their mark at the Qingdao International Regatta today, as Roman Hagara and Hans Peter Steinacher (AUT) and Ben Ainslie (GBR) claimed victory...

    24 Aug 2006

Wednesday 23, August 2006

  • Dennis Conner's IYCC

    Race 1 belongs to the Bulgarians. "Yacht Club Bulgaria," skippered by Ivan Grekov, rounded the first mark in first place and never let go of their lead to win Race 1.

    23 Aug 2006

  • Long Day for Breitling Crews in Athens

    The points from the 84 mile long coastal race may have been shared equally between Peter de Ridder’s Mutua Madrilena and Steve and Fred Howe’s Warpath, but the relief was almost universal among the...

    23 Aug 2006

  • Melges Worlds sees record number of entries

    Sunday 27th August will see a record breaking 126 Melges 24 teams from fourteen nations commence battle on the beautiful Hyeres Bay in the South of France for the 2006 Melges 24 World Championship sponsored...

    23 Aug 2006

  • Qingdao - Shades of Grey

    The British 49er sailors seemed at ease in the challenging conditions, with World Champions and Athens bronze medallists Chris Draper and Simon Hiscocks winning the first and, as it turned out, only race...

    23 Aug 2006

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    Good Offshore Race for Mean Machine

    The points from the 84 mile long coastal race may have been shared equally between Peter de Ridder's Mean Machine/Mutua Madrilena and Steve and Fred Howe's Warpath, but the relief was almost universal...

    Posted by Medcup.org

    23 Aug 2006

Tuesday 22, August 2006

  • World's Larget Local One Design Fleet

    On Friday, August 18 2006 the world's largest local one-design fleet celebrated its 75th Anniversary at its home - Seaview, on the Isle of Wight. Exactly 175 of the locally built 'Sea View One-Design'...

    Posted by The Daily Sail

    22 Aug 2006

  • Qingdao - China delivers

    China, the host nation for the 2008 Olympic Games, set the running in today’s opening races. Racing for eight of the eleven Olympic events got underway on Fushan Bay, with China claiming the finish gun...

    22 Aug 2006

Monday 21, August 2006

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    Ida Lewis Distance Race - Decisions and Rumours Win

    NEWPORT, R.I. (Aug. 21, 2006) -- Thirteen boats started and completed the overnight Ida Lewis Distance Race, a biennial event that began in Newport, R.I., Friday (August 18) at 3 p.m. A little less than...

    21 Aug 2006

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    SCOTT DAWSON STARS

    It's the big one! Hamble fashion week and it was all smiles for Scott Dawson.

    Posted by Hamble fashion week 1 comment

    21 Aug 2006

  • Qingdao - ready for the test

    The Qingdao Olympic Sailing Centre is prepared, ready and waiting for the first Olympic Test Event to be held in China. Sailing has received a high profile as a result, and for the Beijing Organizing...

    21 Aug 2006

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