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Feature

Defining the future of windsurfing

Published on October 13th, 2019

Selecting the best ten events and equipment for the Paris 2024 Olympics is no easy task. Taking input from all the nations in the world, navigating the requirements of the International Olympic Committee, while remaining true ... Read More


Feature

Full house for J/24 World Championship

Published on October 13th, 2019

Forty-two years after the first J/24 was built in Rod Johnstone’s garage, the J/24 Class has attracted 81 teams from 20 countries for the 2019 J/24 World Championship on October 22-26 in Miami, Florida. Participating in ... Read More


News

Order forming at WIM Series China

Published on October 13th, 2019

Shanghai, China (October 13, 2019) – The second day of racing at the 2019 China International Women’s Match Race on Dishui Lake showed light breeze and shifty conditions. The tricky conditions put high pressure on the ... Read More


News

Mini Transat: With the finish in sight

Published on October 13th, 2019

(October 13, 2019; Leg 1, Day 9) – The finish of the first leg of the Mini-Transat La Boulangère is imminent in the prototype category. At 15:00 UTC today, François Jambou was just 30 miles from ... Read More


Video

America’s Cup: Spooky under load

Published on October 13th, 2019

Kiwi publication Live Sail Die captures America’s Cup defender Emirates Team New Zealand in the early days of training on their AC75. Why the War of the Worlds sound effect? Apparently that’s what the boat sounds ... Read More


Dynamic Dollies & Racks

Feature

Eight Bells: Robert Neff

Published on October 13th, 2019

Robert James Neff passed away October 1 at the age of 79 in Laramie, WY. Bob was born June 28, 1940, the first child of two born to James Julius Neff and Florence M. Neff (Sis) ... Read More


Feature

America’s Cup: Four ways to skin a cat

Published on October 13th, 2019

With each team allowed to build two hulls in advance of the 2021 America’s Cup, four of the five entrants have splashed their first AC75s. As the Protocol of the 36th America’s Cup doesn’t allow the ... Read More


Feature

World’s largest 3D printed boat

Published on October 13th, 2019

Buoyed by composites technology and the world’s largest 3-D printer, the University of Maine (Orono, ME) launched itself into the record books as it unveiled the largest solid object ever produced by a 3-D printer on ... Read More


Feature

Promoting youth keelboat sailing

Published on October 13th, 2019

Tom MacSweeney, in his podcast series on Ireland’s Afloat publication, speaks with New Zealander Andy Anderson, current President of the International Council of Yacht Clubs. The shortage of young sailors on racing yachts is a universal ... Read More


Photo

Paddling pumpkins for a cause

Published on October 13th, 2019

For gazing at beautiful boats, or hungry for an epic breakfast with a matching view, it’s hard to beat Newport Shipyard in Newport, RI. But the venue is a community hub for good reason, among them ... Read More



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