Davidson’s View Of Competitive Sailing

A designer syndicate which is based in New Zealand is hoping for a return to the old sailing styles when the Auld Mug is held here in 2021, the predetermined 36th edition of the America’s Cup. http://www.cityofsailsmarine.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/DavidsonRESSSailingBestNamelWeb.jpg One of the pioneers of the old style of sailing is Laurie Davidson. He retired while being at […]

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Oracle Team USA’s AC50 Touched Water In Bermuda

Oracle team USA for America’s cup sailed their new boat christened ‘17’ touched the water for the first time in Bermuda. After the training session, the skipper Jimmy Spithill said that the team had a successful day and the first impressions of the boat were very good and everyone in the team is happy with […]

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New Zealand Yachting Funds Increased

It is expected that Yachting New Zealand will regain its position and will be sent back in form soon. It seems like Yachting New Zealand will uphold the momentum that it achieved at Rio Olympics and have a good chance of repeating things. Reason for this is increasing in funding of Yachting from (HPSNZ) High […]

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Milwaukee Area Sail And Trail

Sailing took on a fun element when MAST, Milwaukee Area Sail and Trail, was out up by a group of sailors who have similar interests in sailing. The Mast Yacht Club defined a motto for the event as well. They stated that the motto of the event was serious fun and not serious racing. The […]

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March Madness at San Diego National Offshore

San Diego’s great conditions yielded a whole day of racing for over hundred teams contending in twelve classes on the 2nd day of Helly Hansen National Offshore One Design Regatta, the biggest national sailboating circuit in United States. Several races for the 1 design boats carried on as a face-off for the top position in […]

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