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Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600

Able to get along, even in light breezes.... - Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600 38 South Boat Sales

Every now and then a boat just clicks. It has all the right bits, of the correct dimensions, in the appropriate places, and out of it all you get something that simply sings. The Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600 is one ...

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RS800

Champagne sailing on Sunday © Luke McEwen

12 RS800s gathered at the lovely Itchenor SC over the weekend for an action packed two days of coaching with skiff gurus Harvey Hilary and Stevie Wilson. They were greeted with wall to wall sunshine and all-too-tempting cake. On arrival, ...

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Swan 95

The Nautor's Swan 95 is described as an evolution of the Swan 90, according to the Finnish builder. Eva-Stina Kjellman

Hull No. 1 of the Swan 95 S is on the Baltic Sea for the first time. Nautor’s Swan says the first hull of its Swan 95 S is now afloat in the Baltic Sea. The Swan 95 S has ...

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ARC Europe Leg 2

ARC Europe Leg 2 World Cruising Club

20.5.2017 was the start of ARC Europe Leg 2 from St George’s Harbour in Bermuda at 1100 local time. The strong winds that we have experienced here for the last few days decided to move on and in the words of ...

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Delta Lloyd Regatta

Laser radial fleet in action - 2016 Delta Lloyd Regatta Delta Lloyd Regatta - Sander van der Borch http://www.sandervanderborch.com

The 33rd edition of the Delta Lloyd Regatta starts on Tuesday, 23rd May in Medemblik, the Netherlands, and it’s looking to be an exciting race this year. With the World Championship in sight, many Olympic sailors are ready for a ...

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Clipper Yacht Race 17~18

World comes to Portsmouth for Clipper Round the World Yacht Race crew allocation Clipper Ventures

The Clipper Race is truly a global event and that was reinforced by the turnout on Crew Allocation Day on Saturday 20th May in Portsmouth, UK. It was the biggest Crew Allocation attendance in the 21-year history of the biennial ...

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Video ~ America’s Cup

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Video coverage from Bermuda’s Great Sound as the teams train alone in the lighter breeze. These videos are shot and produced by Jason Smith, who apparently lives on a bit of shoestring, and has put in hours every day to ...

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Quicksilver Port Douglas Race Week

Port Douglas Race Week 2017 - Quicksilver Port Douglas Race Week © Robyn Shelly

After two days of good racing and a rest day, day three saw the dreaded ‘Cat in the Hat’ flying after a Strong Wind Warning was issued despite earlier predictions of lightening winds for the end of the week. Race ...

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Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2017

Miles Quinton's Gill Race team GBR694 with Geoff Carveth helming - 2017 Melges 24 European Sailing Series © IM24CA/ZGN/Mauro Melandri

The second event of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series goes off with a strong Ora wind around of 18 knots that leads Gian Luca Perego’s Maidollis ITA854 (1-5-DNS today) on top of the podium of the event valid also ...

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Foiling Bay 2017

Foiling Bay 2017 Foiling Bay

Flat water, sun, wind and 18 races completed on Day 3 of the Foiling Bay competition. Julien Bontemps (Windsurf), Kieran Leborgne (Kitesurf), Julien Villon (International Moth) and Cup Legend Crew (Flying Phantom) stay in the lead! Flying Phantom All races ...

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