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Celebrating ‘Father of Classics’ at Antigua

Published on April 21st, 2019

Antigua (April 21, 2019) – The third day at Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta, sponsored by LOCMAN, was the Cannon Course, a memorial to the ‘Father of Classics’ Kenny Coombs, who was in the heart and soul ... Read More


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Eight Bells: Luigi Lang

Published on April 21st, 2019

It is with great regret that I report on the passing of Dr. Luigi Lang on April 13 in Genoa, Italy. Luigi was a valued friend and long-time supporter of the International Twelve Metre Class. In ... Read More


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Seeking to inspire the next generation

Published on April 21st, 2019

As a tribute to Earth Day 2019, which is annually observed on April 22 to demonstrate and promote environmental awareness, here is an update from the Conanicut Island Sailing Foundation CISF which has a mission to ... Read More


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Warning regarding faux Lasers

Published on April 21st, 2019

Following the announcement by the International Laser Class Association (ILCA) that its largest builder, LaserPerformance (LP), is no longer permitted to supply class legal equipment, the ILCA has issued an advisory statement regarding their anticipation of ... Read More


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Ball rolling for Transpac Tahiti Race 2020

Published on April 21st, 2019

Even though still over a year away, the 16th edition of the Transpac Tahiti Race 2020 starting on May 28 has already five entries to compete in the 3570-mile voyage from Los Angeles to Papeete, first ... Read More


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The Saddest Type of Stories

Published on April 21st, 2019

When John P. Buser, in his early 70s, went for a solo sail on April 17, the air temperature was in the low 70s and the wind offered an easy outing in San Diego, CA. A ... Read More


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The Season Before the Games

Published on April 21st, 2019

by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Following the 50th anniversary edition of the Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar on April 1-6, which annually attracts a massive turnout among the 10 Olympic Classes to Majorca, Spain, not everyone’s schedule had ... Read More


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Blind sailor crosses Pacific Ocean

Published on April 21st, 2019

Blind sailor Mitsuhiro Iwamoto called himself “the happiest person on earth” after conquering the Pacific Ocean after nearly two months of sailing nonstop from San Diego, USA to Iwaki, Japan. “Six years later, I finally could ... Read More


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Fiftieth anniversary of a milestone

Published on April 21st, 2019

It was in 1969 when Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, and his 32-foot yacht, Suhaili, returned on April 22 to Falmouth after an epic 312 days at sea, securing him in global history as the first person to ... Read More


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On a wing, a foil, and a prayer

Published on April 21st, 2019

Jerry Fiat has secured an AC45, a former training boat of America’s Cup defender Oracle Team USA, and will be competing in the 125 nm Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race when it starts in Southern ... Read More



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