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Monday 30, November 2009

Sunday 29, November 2009

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    Cayard's Blog

    We started out really badly today by finishing last in the first race. We were sailing with the number 2 jib on as the breeze was up today and we really struggled with our speed upwind. Toward the end...

    29 Nov 2009

Saturday 28, November 2009

Friday 27, November 2009

  • 637513

    Cayard's Blog

    We had another light wind day today with a max of 8 knots from 345 degrees around 1400. The race committee did well to get 4 fleet races in. We had a mediocre day onboard Katusha with a 4,5,6,9. Some...

    27 Nov 2009

  • 596566

    Dubai – Muscat Offshore Sailing Race

    Fishnet stoppings but race record looks likely.

    27 Nov 2009

  • 596561

    Cork Week Website Now Live!

    Cork Week 2010: Losing the pounds in all the right places.

    27 Nov 2009

Thursday 26, November 2009

  • 637509

    Cayard's Blog

    The Match Racing boiled down to 4 races as there was no wind yesterday and we got started at 1230 today. Likewise, we did not race everyone in the fleet. The fleet was divided into two groups and we did...

    26 Nov 2009

  • 596558

    Steering failure impedes Artemis at RC44 Gold Cup

    Sailing for the season title, Artemis, with Dean Barker at the helm, suffered from a steering failure during the pre-start of the first regatta against Team Sea Dubai.

    26 Nov 2009

  • 596557

    Sparkling Dubai

    Start of the Dubai - Muscat Sailing Race

    26 Nov 2009

  • CHC News - November 2009 Bulletin

    The progress of the Cowes Outer Harbour Project (OHP) has taken an important step in the right direction with the news that SEEDA has now moved on to the open market in search of a development and operating...

    26 Nov 2009

Wednesday 25, November 2009

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    Optimist Sail Number ‘6000’ Goes To Auction

    From 7pm on Thursday 3 December you will have the chance to bid for Optimist Sail number ‘6000’ thanks to a special auction being run by the International Optimist Association.

    25 Nov 2009

  • 637497

    Cayard's Blog

    Not a lot to report from Dubai. Unfortunately, the good wind of the last two days seems to have left a bit of a void here. Today the wind never got above 6 knots and mostly was 4 knots and under. It...

    25 Nov 2009

  • 596547

    This Season's Must Have... Tru Vu Inclinometer

    Tru Vu is offering 1000 of you Sailing Networks members a chance to bag one for yourself for just $89.95US with no postage and handling fee (normally $14.95US). So hurry to see more details and grab your...

    25 Nov 2009

Tuesday 24, November 2009

Monday 23, November 2009

  • 637505

    Cayard's Blog

    We have had two days of training here in Dubai on Katusha. Today was a very good day with wind speeds up to 14 knots. The boats were surfing downwind and there was plenty of action. We trained with...

    23 Nov 2009

Sunday 22, November 2009

Saturday 21, November 2009

Friday 20, November 2009

  • Wrap up in Nice - Dubai bound

    Artemis ended the Nice event with a loss today against All4One. It was a close race but the French/German team had the upper hand at the first cross and they did a nice job to protect their lead. Two...

    20 Nov 2009

Thursday 19, November 2009

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    Light winds delay semi finals

    Another quiet day for Artemis in Nice as racing was postponed on the first day of the semi-finals. The only match to take place was the first flight between Azzurra and TeamOrigin in which the Italians...

    19 Nov 2009

  • 596477

    A hundred feet up at 50

    Going up the mast is a young man’s job, or it was thought to be until this regatta when Paul Cayard, aged 50, went up the rig for the first time in his career as windspotter for Artemis...

    19 Nov 2009

  • 596474

    Dubai – Muscat Offshore Sailing Race

    Starts 26th November 2009. Organised by the Dubai Offshore Sailing Club

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    19 Nov 2009

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