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Monday 27, July 2009

Sunday 26, July 2009

Monday 20, July 2009

  • CHC News - July 2009

    *THE COWES OUTER HARBOUR PROJECT (OHP)* 
Cowes Harbour Commission has received an application for a Cowes Harbour Works and Dredge Consent from SEEDA (South East England Development Agency) for the...

    20 Jul 2009

Tuesday 14, July 2009

Monday 13, July 2009

  • Governor's Cup challenge awaits young Brits

    Reigning RYA National Youth Match Racing champion Sam Goodchild will have the chance to pit his wits against some of the World’s best Under 20 match racers when the 43rd Governor’s Cup gets underway...

    Posted by RYA

    13 Jul 2009

  • Seablog: 24

    Twenty four hours later and dear ‘ole Bob is still out on duty.

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    13 Jul 2009

  • 590206

    Olympic Hopefuls To Race From Mayflower Marina

    For the first time ever, Mayflower Marina will host a two day RYA (Royal Yachting Association) National Match Racing Series Qualifier on the 18th and 19th July.

    Posted by Formedia

    13 Jul 2009

  • 590194

    Australian 49er crews gear up for World Championships in Italy

    The Australian Sailing Team’s 49er crews are in the final stages of preparation for the 49er World Championship in Riva del Garda with racing beginning in Italy on Tuesday.

    Posted by Yachting Australia

    13 Jul 2009

  • 590204

    Royal Yacht Squadron Fields Strong Team For NYYC Invitational Cup

    Cowes, Isle of Wight, 13 July 2009 -- The Royal Yacht Squadron (RYS), the UK’s most prestigious yacht club, has confirmed the full line up of its racing team hoping to carry off the silverware at the...

    Posted by Royal Yacht Squadron

    13 Jul 2009

Sunday 12, July 2009

  • Seablog: In which Bob is redeployed

    Rather more South in the wind than is ideal for a solo rowing boat already halfway up the coast of M and with 750 nauties still to chalk off. So, Bob was deployed earlier this afternoon as our Northage...

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    12 Jul 2009

  • 590193

    Australian Hobie 16 sailors lead the way in Brazil

    Racing has gotten underway at the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship in Buzios, Brazil, with Sydney cousins Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin leading the charge for the OAMPS Insurance Brokers...

    Posted by Yachting Australia

    12 Jul 2009

Saturday 11, July 2009

  • Seablog: 80 nauties ’till the 60s

    All well in this ‘ere salty shire with a brief and welcome respite today from the crazy seastate of late. I say brief as Ricardo advised in his latest despatch that I should brace myslf for strong winds,...

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    11 Jul 2009

Friday 10, July 2009

  • 590149

    OSTAR 2009 Media Takeover

    A trans-Atlantic boat race from Plymouth to Rhode Island generated more than 700* articles of press coverage, smashing all expectations of the race host, the Royal Western Yacht Club.

    Posted by OSTAR

    10 Jul 2009

  • Seablog: Room 101

    New century. Day 101. Fewer than 800 miles to row now. Thought I’d use the day number to think about what would go in to my Room 101 .i.e the room of nasty things, from George Orwell’s book, ‘19...

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    10 Jul 2009

  • 590141

    Australian youth sailors prepare for competition in Brazil

    The OAMPS Insurance Brokers Australian Youth Sailing Team is in final stages of preparations for the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championships with racing getting underway on Saturday in Buzios, Br...

    Posted by Yachting Australia

    10 Jul 2009

  • 100 Days at Sea

    On my side of the world the voyage clock has just reached the almost surreal 100 day mark. Wow. I mean, seriously wow! What were you doing 100 days ago? What have you done since? How my times have you...

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    10 Jul 2009

  • 590192

    More medals on cards for hungry Brits?

    Skandia Team GBR’s summer medal assault continues this weekend as the Women’s Laser Radial European Championships get underway in Denmark while Brits are well poised for podium glory at the Finn Worlds...

    Posted by RYA

    10 Jul 2009

  • 590191

    TV Presenter and TRANSGLOBE Ambassador Nick Knowles to fire start gun

    TV Presenter and TRANSGLOBE Ambassador Nick Knowles to fire start gun signalling the start of the largest-ever joint services Adventurous Training Exercise on Saturday 11th July

    Posted by TRANSGLOBE

    10 Jul 2009

Thursday 09, July 2009

  • On the News

    Sarah will feature on BBC’s East Midlands Today programme THIS EVENING!! ( 6.30pm ……7pm slot)

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    09 Jul 2009

  • 590124

    St Malo test for RYA Rolex Fastnet crew

    The RYA’s young crew for this year’s Rolex Fastnet Race have their chance to put their teamwork to the test when they contest the RORC Cowes – Dinard - St Malo race on board the RYA-run TP52 John...

    Posted by RYA

    09 Jul 2009

  • Entries open for RYA Eric Twiname Youth and Junior Team Racing Championships

    It totally captured the imagination of the country’s young sailors last year as organisers reluctantly had to turn down entries for 2008’s full-to-capacity event.

    Posted by RYA

    09 Jul 2009

  • Seablog: Day of the Centurions

    ******************************** If you have a copy of Aaron Copeland’s ‘Fanfare for the Common Man’, I think you should play it, or at least call it to mind, as you read…It always makes me think...

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    09 Jul 2009

Wednesday 08, July 2009

  • Seablog: The last day of double digits

    Our dear friend the South wind seems to be swinging to and fro, coyly throwing a tincy bit of Easting into the show but nothing to shout about yet. And so we continue to trudge through concrete – the...

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    08 Jul 2009

  • 590118

    Triple-Whammy Of Stars Tied At The Top

    The 2009 Star European Championships at Rolex Baltic Week were always going to be a tightly fought contest, but after two days of racing the leader board is tied three ways, with all three 2008 Olympic...

    Posted by ISAF

    08 Jul 2009

  • 590111

    Match Race Rankings - 8 July 2009

    It remains all France at the top of the ISAF World Match Race Rankings released 8 July, with Mathieu RICHARD replacing team mate Seb COL at the top of the Open Rankings and Claire LEROY still #1 amongst...

    Posted by ISAF

    08 Jul 2009

  • 590107

    SLATER Takes Lead At The Finn Gold Cup

    After day three in Vallensbaek there is a new leader at the Finn Gold Cup, with New Zealander Dan SLATER holding first place, tied on points with US skipper Zach RAILEY.

    Posted by ISAF

    08 Jul 2009

  • Minstrels !!

    To one and all who may be unable to buy Minstrels locally.

    Posted by Sarah Outen

    08 Jul 2009

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