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    Dream Start For Velsheda, Winners of the Kings Hundred Guinea Cup

    Velsheda made the best start to what promises to be a landmark season for the J Class when they opened the 30th edition of the Caribbean's St Barth's Bucket by winning both windward-leeward races and so lifting the Kings Hundred Guinea Cup from the record fleet of six J Class yachts. It is the second time that Velsheda has won the trophy, (one of) the J Class's most prestigious annual prizes. In 2015 in Falmouth

    Published 02:00 on 17 Mar 2017

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    Exe Estuary users invited to share views on Revisions of Zones of Actitivty

    Following the public consultation meetings in December 2016 and February 2017 inviting local users of the Exe Estuary to help inform the review of codes of conduct and zonation on the Exe, the Exe Estuary Management Partnership (EEMP) are inviting local users to share their views on the revisions of exclusion zones in a further series of public consultation meetings. With the wide variety of activities taking place on the Exe, the EEMP is

    Published 17:44 on 16 Mar 2017

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    Record Fleet in the Caribbean Lifts the Curtain On An Historic J Class Season

    A record fleet of six J Class yachts are in the throes of their final tuning and training sessions in preparation for racing at the Saint Barths Bucket regatta starting on Thursday.

    The chic Caribbean Superyacht regatta is well known for its heady blen

    Published 12:19 on 15 Mar 2017

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    Derry-Londonderry returns as Host Port for Clipper 2017-18 Round the World Yacht Race

    It has been revealed today that Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland, will once again feature as a Host Port in the Clipper 2017-18 Round the World Yacht Race. The decision that the race will visit the Northern Irish city for the fourth consecutive time, in July 2018, was confirmed today by Derry City and Strabane District Council at its Business and Culture Committee meeting. Welcoming the city back to the global race

    Published 21:37 on 14 Mar 2017

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    Antigua Sailing Week signs sponsorship deal with Fever-Tree

    Antigua Sailing Week has added Fever-Tree, the world's leading premium mixer brand, as a significant sponsor announcing it as the event's official mixer. Since launching in 2005, Fever-Tree has established itself as the global mixer drinks experts, which pioneered a new premium mixer drink category worldwide. The brand has been at the forefront of the gin renaissance and continues to lead the global drinks trend towards simple mixability. There is now a range of

    Published 08:04 on 14 Mar 2017

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    CREWS UNDETERRED BY DAMP CONDITIONS IN RACE 1 OF THE HELLY HANSEN WARSASH SPRING SERIES

    Last year the first race of the Helly Hansen Warsash Spring Series took place in unseasonably glorious sunshine, but this year (Sunday 12 March) entrants were faced with drizzle, mist and light winds. Not ideal conditions, however crews were undeterred and some good competitive racing was still enjoyed. With light fair tide beats and foul tide runs, the latter were always going to a challenge, and both the White and

    Published 16:16 on 13 Mar 2017

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    Matt Carroll leaving Australian Sailing for Australian Olympic Committee

    Matt Carroll, CEO of Australian Sailing has resigned to take up the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Olympic Committee. Since joining Australian Sailing in November 2014, Matt has led the organisation through its most important governance and management reforms in the sports' history, which will have far reaching impacts on the growth and sustainability of sailing. He has been instrumental in the planning and delivery of the 'One Sailing' organisational reforms

    Published 16:14 on 13 Mar 2017

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    Entries now open for 10th anniversary Charles Stanley Direct Cowes Classics Week

    Cowes Classics Week is back once again in July 2017 with a newly branded sponsor title, courtesy of Charles Stanley Direct, a new division of Charles Stanley, which will be sponsoring the event for the first time. Celebrating its 10 th anniversary, Charles Stanley Direct Cowes Classics Week is expecting up to 180 yachts to attend the event for some spectacular Solent racing. The Royal London Yacht Club will be welcoming the

    Published 08:00 on 13 Mar 2017

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    1851 Trust launches new careers module for teachers to support National Careers Week

    In support of National Careers Week (6-11 th March 2017), the 1851 Trust has launched a new careers module on BT STEM Crew in conjunction with Land Rover BAR the British Challenger for the 35th America's Cup. In addition to running educational school visits to the on-site Tech Deck at Land Rover BAR, and organising on the water sailing projects

    Published 15:09 on 9 Mar 2017

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    Muscat delivers classic racing for Extreme Sailing Series™ season opener

    The Extreme Sailing Series™ enjoyed a sensational start today as Oman's capital city Muscat delivered perfect racing conditions to raise the curtain on the 2017 season. Muscat's old town of Muttrah provided a stunning backdrop as nine international crews went head to head in their super-fast foiling GC32 catamarans for the first time this year. The kick-off of the 11th season of the Extreme Sailing Series was marked with seven trademark

    Published 19:27 on 8 Mar 2017

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