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    APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR RYA AND YACHTS & YACHTING CLUB OF THE YEAR AWARD

    Last year the RYA and Yachts & Yachting joined forces to recognise the outstanding achievement of sailing clubs across the UK through the Club of the Year award. Applications are now open for RYA and Yachts & Yachting Club of the Year 2019 and this year there are even more opportunities for your club to be part of it. For the first time the RYA

    Published 14:19 on 2 Aug 2018

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    Hairy Bikers to make waves with exclusive menu at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show 2018

    The nation's most loved culinary duo, Si King and Dave Myers (a.k.a. The Hairy Bikers), will be dropping anchor at this year's TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show as part of a unique mouth-watering experience on offer exclusively for the 10 day event (14-23 September 2018). Bringing together their love of good food, wealth of knowledge of classic recipes and Britain's finest seafood, Si and Dave will curate the menu for the Show's premium waterfront restaurant,

    Published 13:56 on 2 Aug 2018

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    US Sailing Team Takes on Olympic Qualifier at World Championships in Aarhus, Denmark

    The official start of the 2018 Hempel Sailing World Championships is Thursday, (August 2) in beautiful Aarhus, Denmark. Over the course of 11 days of racing, 10 Olympic classes and kites will coexist on the waters outside of Denmark's second largest city. This momentous event will see 1,400 athletes representing approximately 90 nations making this singular event one of the largest in Danish sport's history. This World Sailing event is organized by the Danish Sailing

    Published 13:49 on 2 Aug 2018

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    HISTORY MADE AS CLIPPER RACE SKIPPER BECOMES FIRST WOMAN TO WIN ROUND THE WORLD YACHT RACE

    History has been made as Australian Sailor Wendy Tuck becomes the first woman to ever win a round the world yacht race after clinching the overall victory in the Clipper 2017-18 Race. And in an additional win for women's sport, second place went to British Sailor Skipper Nikki Henderson, 25, the Skipper of Visit Seattle . Wendy and her Sanya Serenity Coast team went into the thirteenth and final race

    Published 13:24 on 30 Jul 2018

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    GC32s join sailing's elite at 37 Copa del Rey MAPFRE

    For the third event of the 2018 GC32 Racing Tour, the flying catamarans will return to the Mediterranean's premier multi-class regatta, 37 Copa del Rey MAPFRE, run by Real Club Nautico de Palma. Racing for the eight GC32s begins in one week's time on the Bay of Palma, where other premier racing yachts such as Maxi 72s, TP52s, Melges 40s and Club Swan 50s will also be competing.

    Published 13:21 on 30 Jul 2018

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    The Cruising Association will host a packed schedule of talks at Scotland's Boat Show in October

    The Cruising Association will host the line-up of talks on the Sika Marine Stage in the RYA Pavilion at Scotland's Boat Show taking place at Kip Marina in Greenock from Oct 12-14. The specific schedule, covering a broad range of subjects, is still being finalised but will include presentations on short-handed cruising, the performance of a twin keeled yacht, sailing in Sweden, sailing round Britain, crossing inland waterways and crossing Biscay. The full line-up

    Published 13:20 on 30 Jul 2018

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    The next edition of the race is taking shape

    The 2021-22 edition of the world's premiere fully-crewed around the world race will feature two classes of boats, the IMOCA 60 and the VO65 class. Each class has its distinct characteristics, and the inclusion of both means the race will be more open and inviting to sailors and designers as well as more engaging to a broad spectrum of fans, increasing value for stakeholders. Crews will race boats within their own classes and

    Published 13:18 on 30 Jul 2018

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    Admiral on the ascent

    The Azores high pressure system encroaching on the UK is bringing summer to the Solent, but making life awkward for the race officers at the Royal Ocean Racing Club's IRC European Championship and Commodores' Cup. Today's much anticipated race around the Isle of Wight got away on time at 0930 BST from the Royal Yacht Squadron line. But just under two hours later the wind died and the race was abandoned, although not before

    Published 08:50 on 12 Jun 2018

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    Dongfeng Race Team leads Volvo Ocean Race fleet past Fastnet Rock

    The Volvo Ocean Race's overall leaders Dongfeng Race Team were at the head of the fleet on Monday as the teams passed the iconic Fastnet Rock off Ireland's southern tip. With just under 24 hours of Leg 10 complete less than three miles split the top six boats as the light wind start to the penultimate stage of the race continued. Since leaving the Welsh capital city Cardiff on Sunday the fleet

    Published 08:49 on 12 Jun 2018

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    Record breaking conditions for Volvo Ocean Race fleet

    Team Brunel has posted a new 24 hour distance record, but the fast conditions aren't over and other teams are pushing hard to set a new standard... Team Brunel, at the head of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet on Day 5 of Leg 9, has provisionally set a new 24-hour distance record in the Volvo Ocean 65 class. The team blew past the previous record of 550.8 nautical miles set in the

    Published 07:25 on 25 May 2018

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