SailGP Inspire has joined hands with the World Sailing Trust to designate the global charity as the official one of the community of the league and to outreach the program. Sailing will be used by this partnership as a force for betterment. It will help to bring access to the sport, experience in sector career and education to a large number of audiences through the international reach of the World Sailing Trust and SailGP. The partnership will be beneficial for creating the opportunity for increased participation in events outside the championship calendar of the SailGP, including the fastest sail racing of the world and to inspire program to brand new locations and widen its reach.
The legacy of the SailGP that is offered at each of the host venues will be enhanced and developed by getting the support of the World Sailing Trust. The SailGP Inspire will be supporting core community programs in different areas all over the world. It modernizes the sailing sport through technology and Inspire brings this feature to young and talented sailors through STEAM. It is an interactive classroom module which includes Science, Engineering, Arts, Technology, and Math. Inspire also brings to the future sailors online resources, experiences of on-water sailing, and eSailGP gamification. Continue reading Partnership between SailGP and World Sailing Trust
The Three Bridge Fiasco is an interesting race that is held on San Francisco Bay and this year it was on January 26th. Though most parts of the country experienced freezing conditions, the bay area around San Francisco had an average temperature with filtered sun and wind as well. Hence, those who were there to participate in wore light jackets and shorts.
This race is organized by Single handed Sailing Society; this year there were about 334 shorthanded boats that were registered in a total of 27 fleets; out of them five were of the single-handed kind while others were double handed and the highest raters were starting to go off about 900 hours off the docks of the Golden Gate Yacht Club. The fleet then started to cover the racecourse in two-plus hours.
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If you would have asked Martin Hill about the chances of his victory in the World speed racing, before the race, he would probably have a good laugh. The victory is not what he expected from a race that had a fleet of around 94 boats.
They are coming to the race from a finish in the 6th place in the Worlds held in 2017 and the combination of Martin with his teammate is beginning to show some promising results. It was the decisions that the team took together, plus the speed and the efficiency with which they executed their strategies that enabled their victory in the race. They underwent a lot of evolution to come out as the first, during the last day of the world championship that lasted for around six days.
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PSP Logistics have come out of stealth mode on Day 12 at the 2018 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. They were in stealth mode when Qingdao were in the lead yesterday hot on the heels of Dare To Lead. However PSP came out of stealth mode overnight positioned the furthest north of the fleet.
PSP Captain Matt Mitchell said the team was making steady progress in the “secret squirrel mode” so with the squalls out of the way, they were in the clear with stable wind supporting them. Today has been fast as well especially with 30+ knots of wind. Mitchell says the winds will remain the same until they get to the Philippines.
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Clipper 2017-18 race is currently underway and its third stage has been started which is called the Dell Latitude Rugged Race. This version is being run from Cape Town and would cover a distance of 4754 nmfrom the Southern Ocean. It would be paramount to a sleigh ride that one would take towards Fremantle in Australia.
The Dare to Lead boat team was first to finish the race, which comprised of a stopover at Cape Town. The city is great for scenic surroundings as well as for being a favorite of several world sailing events. There were supporters who were by the Alfred and Victoria waterfront lining the marina of Cape Town. The teams were waved off by streams of supporters and after a Parade of Sail were conducted. The triangular course that was from the Table Bay was covered first by Dare to Lead team whose skipper was Dale Smyth, a local veteran; second in line was Visit Seattle whose skipper Nikki Henderson was the youngest in the group and finally came in Hotel Planner whose skipper was Conall Morrison.
At the time when the boats left the harbor the winds were fickle for which different tactical decisions had to be taken by the teams; there were all in total twelve teams who faced a wind hole by Agulhas Bank. This is indeed a disturbed area as two oceans, Atlantic and Indian oceans meet here. This stage of the Clipper race is seen vital as per testing of courage and nerves go. After this the race would move onto Roaring Forties which are a region that lies between forty and fifty degree latitude; this is one place where sailors appreciate the real and raw beauty of Mother Nature. There is more of this race to look forward to and hence supporters will surely be enthused.
220 feet yacht The Natita is all set to go on sale for over US$ 64.7 million. This features a club deck, a helicopter pad, a 5200 gallon pool as well as a fourteen-seat luxury cinema. The yacht is the biggest being showcased by Worth Avenue Yachts at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show later this weekend.
The Natita is docked under the sevententh Street Causeway Bridge on Intracoastal Waterway. Michael Mahan, a brker and one of the owners at Worth Avenue Yachts, said that it is expected that someone would fall in love with her.
Mahan really does not anticipate a great number of people seeing Natita over the course of the program, but he stated that he anticipates a number of great visitors whose wealth copes with the yacht’s price point.
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is the largest in-water boat show of the world, as per to the company which brings off the show. Around one-thousand-five hundred vessels, from yachts to fishing boats, are showcased with fishing gear, jewelry and marine art.
The total cost of all the boats and products is over US$ 4 billion, says the site of Show Management that produces and manages the event for Marine Industries Association of South Florida.
Manufacturers and brokerages with Palm Beach offices as well as a presence at the yacht show include Ferretti Group America, Princess Yachts America and Camper & Nicholsons. Mahan said that they have been established there since the year 2011 and have made a great industry for ourselves on the island. There are a lot of very wealthy, very sophisticated people there.
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