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  • The Finn Leads At The 2022 Finn Gold Cup

    The Finn Leads At The 2022 Finn Gold Cup




    After three very different races, Finland’s Oskari Muhonen has taken the lead at the 2022 Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy. He won two more races to take a three point lead from Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands. Austria’s Florian Raudaschl won the second race and moves up to third overall. Four races remain.

    After losing the first day with no wind, the event is back on schedule. But still the conditions defy the local
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  • Lyra Making Waves At IMA Maxi Europeans

    Lyra Making Waves At IMA Maxi Europeans






    Scheduled for day two of the IMA Maxi Europeans’ inshore/coastal racing were two windward-leewards. After a delay out on the Bay of Naples, the wind finally built to 8-12 knots from the west. After one aborted start due to a wind shift and another for a general recall, racing for the 21 maxis eventually got underway at 1515 CEST.





    All images copyright Studio Borlenghi IMA






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  • Raza Mixta Declared 2022 Melges 2022 World Champions!

    Raza Mixta Declared 2022 Melges 2022 World Champions!




    May 15, 2022 - Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA - After two full years of hiatus in the schedule of the World Championships, the International Melges 24 Class returned to assign a most coveted World Title: it was October 2019 when in Villasimius Luca Perego’s Maidollis was crowned World Champion for the second time, and, after that moment the pandemic blocked everything, preventing the dispute of the 2020 and 2021 World Championship and the 2020 European Championship.
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  • Maserati Claims Line Honors At 67th Regata dei Tre Golfi

    Maserati Claims Line Honors At 67th Regata dei Tre Golfi







    The start of the 67th Tre Golfi Regatta was as picturesque as ever, thanks to the event's second ever sunset departure in place of the traditional midnight kick-off.

    The Gulf of Naples, with Capri and Vesuvius illuminated by the warm light of the setting sun, provided a stunning backdrop.

    A fleet of 130 boats that took to the starting line were clearly visible even from the streets of Santa Lucia, leaving passers-by amazed by the
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    Last edited by Photoboy; 05-15-2022, 03:24 PM.

  • The Longest Day Turns Late Into The Night

    The Longest Day Turns Late Into The Night




    It was 8am, and the PRO (Principal Race Officer) John Williams was starting the daily Skipper’s meeting. The general feeling in the air was one of mild "dis-jointedness”… just a little “off”. The reason was likely due to the fact that the start of the leg this day had been moved up to 9am - an hour earlier than usual. And, that the teams were facing the longest leg of the event: Jacksonville Beach, FL to Tybee Island, GA - Roughly 128 miles...
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  • A Raucous Race To The Straits

    A Raucous Race To The Straits

    IMG]https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-kxmqqwT/0/fa9d70ec/O/i-kxmqqwT.jpg[/IMG]

    Posted At https://sailish.com/index.php/2022/0...o-the-straits/


    Ed Note: We're lucky to have this report by Andrew Nelson, skipper of the Olson 30 Scoundrel. As the Youth Sailing Director for The Sailing Foundation, he's getting kids' butts in boats. A noble cause, indeed. Thanks, Andrew.

    Race to the Straits is one of my favorite races, because it brings out a lot of good
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  • Podium Complete!

    Podium Complete!




    Louis Burton (Bureau Vallee) completes the podium!

    Six months almost to the day after his dismasting in the Transat Jacques Vabre, which occurred barely ten hours after the start of the race, Louis Burton achieved a very good third place in the 3rd edition of the the Guyader Bermuda 1000 Race. A place he took 120 miles before passing the Gallimard waypoint on Wednesday morning (after Thomas Ruyant - LinkeOut retired from the race), and which he defended with panache
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  • Heading North But Sailing Downwind

    Heading North But Sailing Downwind




    David Raney's Wylie 70'
    RAGE leads the pack of 20 participants which departed Ilwaco Washington en route to Port Angeles, Washington

    The 181 nm jaunt up the Washington Coast is a feeder for the Swiftsure, and a qualifier for the Pac Cup and Vic Maui races as well as an excuse to move your boat to the Puget Sound for summer cruising fun!


    To See Who All Is Working There Way Up The Coast : https://www.cycportland.org/entrants



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  • Charal Secures 2nd !

    Charal Secures 2nd !

    Jeremie Beyou second and a trio in ambush


    Jeremie Beyou, the skipper of Charal is the second to have crossed the finish line, this Friday at 4:42:35 p.m. He completes the race in 5 days, 02 hours 02 minutes and 35 seconds, 15 hours, 15 minutes and 05 seconds from Apivia. Three new arrivals are expected on Saturday morning: those of Louis Burton (Bureau Vallee), Isabelle Joschke (MACSF) and Nicolas Lunven (Banque Populaire) who will thus complete the 'top 5' of the Guyader Bermudes
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  • Day 4 Dawns On Worrell 1000 Teams With New Enthusiasm

    Day 4 Dawns On Worrell 1000 Teams With New Enthusiasm

    Worrell 1000 Leg 4: Daytona to Jacksonville




    The Worrell Teams scattered the beach at Daytona, with sailors and ground crew busy prepping their boats with a noticeably, more energetic cadence. All were feeling the positive affects of having the last leg (Cocoa to Daytona) cancelled, and the social event’s frivolity from the previous evening elevated everyone’s disposition. However - looking down on them from the 3rd floor balcony - something was off.
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  • The Finn Leads At The 2022 Finn Gold Cup
    by Photoboy



    After three very different races, Finland’s Oskari Muhonen has taken the lead at the 2022 Finn Gold Cup at Fraglia Vela Malcesine on Lake Garda, Italy. He won two more races to take a three point lead from Pieter-Jan Postma, from The Netherlands. Austria’s Florian Raudaschl won the second race and moves up to third overall. Four races remain.

    After losing the first day with no wind, the event is back on schedule. But still the conditions defy the local
    ...
    Today, 02:19 PM
  • Lyra Making Waves At IMA Maxi Europeans
    by Photoboy





    Scheduled for day two of the IMA Maxi Europeans’ inshore/coastal racing were two windward-leewards. After a delay out on the Bay of Naples, the wind finally built to 8-12 knots from the west. After one aborted start due to a wind shift and another for a general recall, racing for the 21 maxis eventually got underway at 1515 CEST.





    All images copyright Studio Borlenghi IMA






    ...
    Today, 11:13 AM
  • Raza Mixta Declared 2022 Melges 2022 World Champions!
    by Photoboy



    May 15, 2022 - Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA - After two full years of hiatus in the schedule of the World Championships, the International Melges 24 Class returned to assign a most coveted World Title: it was October 2019 when in Villasimius Luca Perego’s Maidollis was crowned World Champion for the second time, and, after that moment the pandemic blocked everything, preventing the dispute of the 2020 and 2021 World Championship and the 2020 European Championship.
    ...
    05-16-2022, 09:34 AM
  • Maserati Claims Line Honors At 67th Regata dei Tre Golfi
    by Photoboy






    The start of the 67th Tre Golfi Regatta was as picturesque as ever, thanks to the event's second ever sunset departure in place of the traditional midnight kick-off.

    The Gulf of Naples, with Capri and Vesuvius illuminated by the warm light of the setting sun, provided a stunning backdrop.

    A fleet of 130 boats that took to the starting line were clearly visible even from the streets of Santa Lucia, leaving passers-by amazed by the
    ...
    05-15-2022, 12:52 PM
  • The Longest Day Turns Late Into The Night
    by Photoboy



    It was 8am, and the PRO (Principal Race Officer) John Williams was starting the daily Skipper’s meeting. The general feeling in the air was one of mild "dis-jointedness”… just a little “off”. The reason was likely due to the fact that the start of the leg this day had been moved up to 9am - an hour earlier than usual. And, that the teams were facing the longest leg of the event: Jacksonville Beach, FL to Tybee Island, GA - Roughly 128 miles...
    05-15-2022, 11:49 AM
  • A Raucous Race To The Straits
    by Photoboy
    IMG]https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-kxmqqwT/0/fa9d70ec/O/i-kxmqqwT.jpg[/IMG]

    Posted At https://sailish.com/index.php/2022/0...o-the-straits/


    Ed Note: We're lucky to have this report by Andrew Nelson, skipper of the Olson 30 Scoundrel. As the Youth Sailing Director for The Sailing Foundation, he's getting kids' butts in boats. A noble cause, indeed. Thanks, Andrew.

    Race to the Straits is one of my favorite races, because it brings out a lot of good
    ...
    05-14-2022, 09:37 AM
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