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Wednesday 28, February 2007

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    Dirk de Ridder - A Mean Machine in his own right

    Just over 30 years old, Dirk de Ridder (along with Ray Davies) is Peter de Ridder’s right hand man in the Mean Machine team that’s taking on the most challenging round the world race.

    Posted by Mean Machine Sailing Team

    28 Feb 2007

  • NOMINEES ANNOUNCED FOR BERMUDA SAILING ASSOCIATION OMEGA SAILORS OF THE YEAR

    Hamilton, Bermuda (28 February 2007) – In recognition of their outstanding on-the-water achievements in the 2006 calendar year, Bermuda Sailing Association is pleased to announce the Bermudian Sailors...

    Posted by Bermuda Sailing Association

    28 Feb 2007

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    Sailing Networks Abersoch Dinghy Week

    Sailing Networks, the sailing fraternity's interactive social networking site that plays host to a global online audience, is the new title sponsor of Abersoch Dinghy Week, replacing Gill clothing, who...

    28 Feb 2007

Tuesday 27, February 2007

Monday 26, February 2007

  • Storming finish to F18 Worlds by British Crew

    Hugh Styles and Tom Peel end the F18 Worlds 2007 on a high!! It was tight at the top as the final day of racing commenced at the Seawind F18 World Championship, being sailed in the waters off Rydges...

    26 Feb 2007

Sunday 25, February 2007

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    British Ocean Rowing Team

    Out of food, tired and drained from their efforts, the team arrived in Barbados to a very warm welcome.

    25 Feb 2007

  • Solent Racing Forum

    Royal Southern YC on 10 March 2007 at 1600 hrs.There is no charge for entry.

    Posted by Katie Ashworth

    25 Feb 2007

Saturday 24, February 2007

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    Glenn Bourke-on the spot

    Volvo Ocean Race CEO Glenn Bourke reveals that the battle between potential host ports in the ‘new’ territories

    24 Feb 2007

Friday 23, February 2007

Thursday 22, February 2007

  • Switch on UK's Channel 4 to Watch Ocean!

    UK network broadcaster Channel 4 is showing Ocean!, a thrilling 12 part series starting on 25th February at 7.30am that tells the story of the epic solo sailing round the world adventure the VELUX 5 O...

    22 Feb 2007

  • Seawinds F18 Worlds

    Heavy weather on the first day of the 2007 Seawind F18 Worlds being sailed at Rydges Capricorn Resort off Yeppoon, Queensland. An eighty boat fleet from 12 nations started but sixteen boats capsized...

    Posted by Rob Kothe

    22 Feb 2007

Wednesday 21, February 2007

  • Velux 5 Oceans - Fleet Hurting in South Atlantic

    SAGA INSURANCE is now back in 5th position in the VELUX 5 OCEANS race having completed his stop in Ushuaia to make repairs. Graham Dalton, onboard A SOUTHERN MAN – AGD, is also making a pit stop in...

    21 Feb 2007

  • Countdown to a Caribbean Classic

    Going south for the winter has taken on new meaning for those entered in the International Rolex Regatta in the U.S. Virgin Islands. From March 23-25, 2007, the finest yachtsmen and women from around...

    21 Feb 2007

  • Velux 5 Oceans - Race Leader Roasts in the Doldrums

    Bernard Stamm, has rounded the eastern point of Brazil 100 miles offshore, squeezing between the mainland coast and the islands of Fernando da Noronha. "I have a big problem with my water maker," Stamm...

    21 Feb 2007

Tuesday 20, February 2007

  • Velux 5 Oceans - Falklands Pitstop for Dalton Too

    Just a day after Sir Robin Knox-Johnston pulled into Ushuaia to fix - among other things - his broken mainsail headcar, Graham Dalton has suffered the same breakage aboard A Southern Man AGD. The New...

    20 Feb 2007

Monday 19, February 2007

Friday 16, February 2007

  • Velux 5 Oceans - RKJ rockets into 3rd

    Last night, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and his Open 60 SAGA INSURANCE moved into third place, overtaking Unai Basurko on PAKEA. The lead was small, only 2 miles, and with 7,500 miles to the finish line of...

    16 Feb 2007

Thursday 15, February 2007

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    "Mo Bay" On Its Way Tomorrow

    The 2007 Pineapple Cup Montego Bay Race, or "Mo Bay" as it is fondly known, begins Friday, February 16. The biennial competition, jointly hosted by the Storm Trysail Club and the Lauderdale and Montego...

    Posted by Storm Trysail Club

    15 Feb 2007

Wednesday 14, February 2007

Tuesday 13, February 2007

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    A Stylish Addition to the Team

    It’s all in a day’s work for Hugh – nicknamed ‘Stylish’ - who is based in Weymouth. Teaming up with Sailing Networks gives Hugh, 32, the perfect platform from which to promote and share his...

    13 Feb 2007

  • Velux 5 Oceans - Gale Expected for Stamm

    The latest position update shows Bernard Stamm on Cheminees Poujoulat still heading in a northeasterly direction. If the forecast chart is accurate then Bernard should getting the first of the shift to...

    13 Feb 2007

  • Velux 5 Oceans - RKJ Sailing Blind

    Sir Robin Knox-Johnston is now officially racing blind in the VELUX 5 OCEANS. Since the beginning of leg two his Saga Insurance Open 60 has suffered problems with her satellite communications. The Fleet...

    13 Feb 2007

Sunday 11, February 2007

Friday 09, February 2007

Thursday 08, February 2007

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    Yo Ho Row for a bottle of rum

    The British Ocean Rowing Skipper, Dom Mee contacted the shore team less than a thousand miles from Barbados. With just 12 days left to break the fifteen year old Atlantic Rowing record, it looks like...

    08 Feb 2007

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