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    Olympians secure medals at Sail Melbourne

    Sail Melbourne International 2018 wraps up with full day of Racing Racing at Sail Melbourne International 2018 wrapped up with a full final day of racing across all Olympic and Invited class fleets. After challenging race disruptions over the four-day event, caused by the current weather system sitting over Australia's east coast, it was a welcome finish for the close to 400 competitors from all across Australia and from 18 countries.

    Published 20:34 on 16 Dec 2018

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    ARC+ 2018 Comes to an end in Saint Lucia

    In Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia last night crews from ARC+ route of the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers gathered on the green of IGY Marina to mark the end of their Atlantic adventure that began in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on the eastern side of the Atlantic six weeks ago. The Prizegiving Ceremony provided the chance to recognise the achievements of their ocean crossing, and the ambience of the evening reflected a large family

    Published 00:00 on 14 Dec 2018

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    US Sailing Releases Tokyo 2020 Olympic Trials System

    US Sailing Olympic Sailing Committee (OSC) has released the selection procedures for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team. The Games of the XXXII Olympiad will take place from July 24 through August 9, 2020. The sailing events will take place at the Enoshima Yacht Harbour venue in Enoshima, Japan. Up to 15 athletes will have the opportunity to represent the U.S. in one of the 10 sailing events. Athletes seeking

    Published 19:06 on 12 Dec 2018

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    Sail Melbourne International Presents Inaugural Australian Para Sailing Championships

    Australian Para-Sailing Squad's Neil Patterson Proud To See Nationals On Home Waters Australia's best para sailors, including 2018 Para World Sailing Championships gold medallist Chris Symonds (TAS), will be competing for national titles when the inaugural Australian Para Sailing Championships debut at Sail Melbourne International on Thursday, 13 December 2018. The Australian Para Sailing Championships will be held in conjunction with the 2018 Sail Melbourne

    Published 18:28 on 11 Dec 2018

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    Hydra happy in Grenada

    Henrik Bergesen's Norwegian Class40 Hydra, skippered by Tristan Kinloch, finished the RORC Transatlantic Race at 22:02:23 UTC on Sunday, 09 December in an elapsed time of 15 days 10 hrs 2 mins 23 secs. Hydra was runner-up in the Class40 Division to Catherine Pourre's EƤrendil. Early in the race, Hydra was very much in contention for the class win until a rudder problem forced the team to make a pit stop in the Cape Verde

    Published 20:10 on 10 Dec 2018

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    Olympic classes decided at Sail Sydney

    Olympic class racing at Sail Sydney 2018 came to an end on Sydney Harbour today in fresh summer breezes 13 to 19 knots, with Australian Sailing Team and Squad athletes earning a swag of medals for their effort in mixed conditions over four days. Final results Rio 2016 silver medalists Jason Waterhouse and Lisa Darmanin proved to be Australia's Nacra 17 powerhouses once

    Published 11:38 on 7 Dec 2018

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    US Sailing Partners with TropicSport to Protect Sailors and the Ocean

    US Sailing , the National Governing Body of the sport, and TropicSport , an industry leading skin care and sunscreen brand, have developed a partnership to better educate the sailing community on how to protect their skin from the harmful effects of the sun using eco-friendly products. TropicSport is a complete suncare and skincare line that protects, cleanses and replenishes the skin. Created to work in the harsh sun of the tropics,

    Published 00:00 on 3 Dec 2018

  • Record-breaking results from 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race

    The latest edition of the Volvo Ocean Race, which started in Alicante, Spain in October 2017 and finished in The Hague in the Netherlands in June 2018, will be remembered as the closest in race history, as well as a record-breaking event on many levels. After racing 45,000 nautical miles around the world, three teams embarked on the final sprint leg to The Hague with an opportunity to claim the title. And it wasn't

    Published 12:17 on 30 Nov 2018

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    Greek Cruising Tax postponed thanks to the intervention of the Cruising Association

    The Greek Government announced on November 16, 2018 that it had implemented the TEPAH, commonly known as the Greek Cruising Tax. Initially it gave vessel owners just 10 days to pay the tax, but thanks to intervention from the Cruising Association (CA) this date has now been delayed to April 2, 2019. To date there is no information on how the tax will work, other than it will run under the TAXISnet system -

    Published 15:39 on 29 Nov 2018

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    YOUNG ONBOARDERS AWARDED BOATS AND BOARDS BY JMST

    Twelve promising sailors and windsurfers will benefit from new boats and boards, thanks to the John Merricks Sailing Trust (JMST) and RYA OnBoard partnership. The delighted dozen, who hail from across the UK, have been awarded exclusive use of their own boat or windsurfing board for the next two years. It will then go to their club for other junior sailors and windsurfers to continue to

    Published 10:14 on 28 Nov 2018

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