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SG Yelken İngilizce Archive

  • Some things change… i.e. waves, other things don’t… Marcilio Browne ripping them to pieces! With summer coming to an end, the first autumn swell of the season has already hit Maui, Hawaii, bringing a welcome return of waves. Last year’s […]

    First Swell Of The Season

    Some things change… i.e. waves, other things don’t… Marcilio Browne ripping them to pieces! With summer coming to an end, the first autumn swell of the season has already hit Maui, Hawaii, bringing a welcome return of waves. Last year’s […]

  • At the age of 15, Fred Hecklinger built a 15-foot lumberman’s bateau from a design he found in Boys’ Life magazine and named it Pride. One year later, after dropping out of school, he left home and headed for Oxford […]

    Eight Bells: Fred Hecklinger

    At the age of 15, Fred Hecklinger built a 15-foot lumberman’s bateau from a design he found in Boys’ Life magazine and named it Pride. One year later, after dropping out of school, he left home and headed for Oxford […]

  • (September 28, 2020) – The second race boat built by challenger INEOS TEAM UK in their bid to win the America’s Cup is bound for New Zealand. The journey to Auckland began on September 25th from the team’s base in […]

    America’s Cup: Wheels up for RB2

    (September 28, 2020) – The second race boat built by challenger INEOS TEAM UK in their bid to win the America’s Cup is bound for New Zealand. The journey to Auckland began on September 25th from the team’s base in […]

  • From Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah, a 40 minute drive upwards along Interstate 80 offers well known ski resorts in Park City and Deer Valley, but during the summer season, adjoining Jordanelle State Park has accrued a reputation […]

    Creating a sailing haven at 6200-feet

    From Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah, a 40 minute drive upwards along Interstate 80 offers well known ski resorts in Park City and Deer Valley, but during the summer season, adjoining Jordanelle State Park has accrued a reputation […]

  • The 56th Congressional Cup is scheduled to be held May 11 to 16, 2021. Founded and hosted by Long Beach Yacht Club (Long Beach, CA) since 1965, the Grade One competition is known as the ‘grandfather of match racing’ and […]

    Congressional Cup returns for 2021

    The 56th Congressional Cup is scheduled to be held May 11 to 16, 2021. Founded and hosted by Long Beach Yacht Club (Long Beach, CA) since 1965, the Grade One competition is known as the ‘grandfather of match racing’ and […]

  • The 2020 Tasar North Americans were dominated by Jay and Lisa Renehan, held September 26-27 in Seattle, WA. With 22 teams competing in seven races, Renehans led the way with all top 2 scores after discarding a 4th. Hosted by […]

    Renehans win Tasar North Americans

    The 2020 Tasar North Americans were dominated by Jay and Lisa Renehan, held September 26-27 in Seattle, WA. With 22 teams competing in seven races, Renehans led the way with all top 2 scores after discarding a 4th. Hosted by […]

  • Koç Üniversitesi Denizcilik Forumu (KÜDENFOR) “Klasik Tekneler Buluşması”, İstanbul Yelken Kulübü ev sahipliğinde yapıldı. Çok sayıda davetlinin katıldığı etkinlikte konuşan KÜDENFOR Direktörü Cem Gürdeniz, bu tabloyu Türkiye’nin bütün kıyı şehirlerinde görmeyi hayal ettiklerini belirterek, şunları söyledi: “Türkiye 21. yüzyılda denizci […]

    ‘Klasik Tekneler Buluşması’ İstanbul’da gerçekleştirildi

    Koç Üniversitesi Denizcilik Forumu (KÜDENFOR) “Klasik Tekneler Buluşması”, İstanbul Yelken Kulübü ev sahipliğinde yapıldı. Çok sayıda davetlinin katıldığı etkinlikte konuşan KÜDENFOR Direktörü Cem Gürdeniz, bu tabloyu Türkiye’nin bütün kıyı şehirlerinde görmeyi hayal ettiklerini belirterek, şunları söyledi: “Türkiye 21. yüzyılda denizci […]

  • Julian Salmonn Showing Off a Seriously Strong Rail Game After Making a Long Drive To Klitmøller! Julian Salmonn (Bruch Boards / GUNSAILS) decided to leave his home in Tenerife and make the long drive to Cold Hawaii, Denmark, to meet […]

    Cold Hawaii

    Julian Salmonn Showing Off a Seriously Strong Rail Game After Making a Long Drive To Klitmøller! Julian Salmonn (Bruch Boards / GUNSAILS) decided to leave his home in Tenerife and make the long drive to Cold Hawaii, Denmark, to meet […]

  • The World Sailing (WS) election of the President and seven Vice-Presidents will soon be conducted via an electronic ballot and an overriding issue for the candidates is the stability of the organization. To track back the happenings from 2014 is […]

    On the road to World Sailing elections

    The World Sailing (WS) election of the President and seven Vice-Presidents will soon be conducted via an electronic ballot and an overriding issue for the candidates is the stability of the organization. To track back the happenings from 2014 is […]

  • While the America’s Cup in San Francisco sought to bring the event to the people, making this historic event ordinary does not sustain its allure. The America’s Cup is for champagne sippers, not beer guzzlers. The America’s Cup is for […]

    COVID-19 loophole for superyachts

    While the America’s Cup in San Francisco sought to bring the event to the people, making this historic event ordinary does not sustain its allure. The America’s Cup is for champagne sippers, not beer guzzlers. The America’s Cup is for […]

  • While competitive sailing focuses on the Racing Rules of Sailing, all boaters need to be familiar with the COLREGS. To assist in that mission, Vincent Pica of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary takes on the challenge in WindCheck Magazine […]

    COLREGS: I Can’t See — Now What?!

    While competitive sailing focuses on the Racing Rules of Sailing, all boaters need to be familiar with the COLREGS. To assist in that mission, Vincent Pica of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary takes on the challenge in WindCheck Magazine […]

  • Newport, RI (September 25, 2020) – After three stellar days of competition, the toughest calls on the final day of New York Yacht Club’s Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex were left to the race committee. Fog and a […]

    Blurry ending for 2020 NYYC Race Week

    Newport, RI (September 25, 2020) – After three stellar days of competition, the toughest calls on the final day of New York Yacht Club’s Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex were left to the race committee. Fog and a […]

  • Newport, RI (September 25, 2020) – The third day of New York Yacht Club’s Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex featured a building breeze and a distance race for the ORC fleets and three more buoy races for the […]

    Penultimate day at NYYC Race Week

    Newport, RI (September 25, 2020) – The third day of New York Yacht Club’s Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex featured a building breeze and a distance race for the ORC fleets and three more buoy races for the […]

  • With less than two months before the start of the non-stop, unassisted solo round-the-world race, the 9th edition is shaping up to be an exceptional event when it starts on November 8. Since its inception in 1989 the race has […]

    Momentum building for Vendee Globe

    With less than two months before the start of the non-stop, unassisted solo round-the-world race, the 9th edition is shaping up to be an exceptional event when it starts on November 8. Since its inception in 1989 the race has […]

  • The September 2020 issue of 48° North Magazine, which serves the northwest corner of the USA, reports on a new event founded by Jennifer Harkness. Here she explains: On August 3, US Sailing had Ayme Sinclair host a panel on […]

    Diversity, equity, and inclusion in sailing

    The September 2020 issue of 48° North Magazine, which serves the northwest corner of the USA, reports on a new event founded by Jennifer Harkness. Here she explains: On August 3, US Sailing had Ayme Sinclair host a panel on […]

  • The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club and World Match Racing Tour have agreed for the 70th Bermuda Gold Cup to also host the 2020 Open Match Racing World Championship as sanctioned by World Sailing. Originally scheduled in May, the Bermuda Gold […]

    2020 Match Racing Worlds in Bermuda

    The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club and World Match Racing Tour have agreed for the 70th Bermuda Gold Cup to also host the 2020 Open Match Racing World Championship as sanctioned by World Sailing. Originally scheduled in May, the Bermuda Gold […]

  • The COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of a longtime boat manufacturing facility in Marion, South Carolina. Groupe Beneteau announced the site, opened in 1986 to produce Beneteau and Jeanneau sailboats, would gradually shut down activity from mid-September through November. With […]

    Out with boats, In with pools

    The COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of a longtime boat manufacturing facility in Marion, South Carolina. Groupe Beneteau announced the site, opened in 1986 to produce Beneteau and Jeanneau sailboats, would gradually shut down activity from mid-September through November. With […]

  • New Zealander Brad Butterworth (OBE) – 4-time America’s Cup winner, America’s Cup Hall of Fame inductee, and multiple World Champion – has joined Challenger of Record 36 – the organizer of the America’s Cup World Series Auckland and the Prada […]

    Butterworth returns to America’s Cup

    New Zealander Brad Butterworth (OBE) – 4-time America’s Cup winner, America’s Cup Hall of Fame inductee, and multiple World Champion – has joined Challenger of Record 36 – the organizer of the America’s Cup World Series Auckland and the Prada […]

  • British Sailor Alex Thomson brings us up to speed on the completion of the final service of the HUGO BOSS boat before the Vendée Globe, the installation of the yacht’s new hydrofoils, and the schedule from now until the race […]

    VIDEO: Fine tuning the BOSS

    British Sailor Alex Thomson brings us up to speed on the completion of the final service of the HUGO BOSS boat before the Vendée Globe, the installation of the yacht’s new hydrofoils, and the schedule from now until the race […]

  • Lennart Neubauer Is Looking Forward To Competing In Demark… Are You? The Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Wave World Cup is now just 11 days away from starting and with all other events on the PWA calendar unfortunately having to […]

    Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Wave World Cup 2020

    Lennart Neubauer Is Looking Forward To Competing In Demark… Are You? The Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Wave World Cup is now just 11 days away from starting and with all other events on the PWA calendar unfortunately having to […]

  • Due to the point-to-point Annapolis to Oxford Race not able to occur this year, race organizers pivoted to structure a 22 nm race in the Chesapeake Bay on September 12 using government marks for a race to Thomas Point, Bloody […]

    New Race to the Lighthouses on Chesapeake Bay

    Due to the point-to-point Annapolis to Oxford Race not able to occur this year, race organizers pivoted to structure a 22 nm race in the Chesapeake Bay on September 12 using government marks for a race to Thomas Point, Bloody […]

  • With Marino Gil The last of our ‘Would You Rather’s’ is with 18-year-old – Marino Gil (Goya Windsurfing), who finished just outside the world’s top 16 last year – 17th – while he also won the U20s Youth PWA Wave […]

    Would You Rather

    With Marino Gil The last of our ‘Would You Rather’s’ is with 18-year-old – Marino Gil (Goya Windsurfing), who finished just outside the world’s top 16 last year – 17th – while he also won the U20s Youth PWA Wave […]

  • The Final Episode Of As Far As We Can II – A Quest To Reach A Spot Never Surfed Before The final episode of Adam Sims’ (Patrik / Sailloft Hamburg) ‘As Far As We Can II’ is now out. This […]

    As Far As We Can II

    The Final Episode Of As Far As We Can II – A Quest To Reach A Spot Never Surfed Before The final episode of Adam Sims’ (Patrik / Sailloft Hamburg) ‘As Far As We Can II’ is now out. This […]

  • Go Extreme Tandem Windsurfing Maui may have gone relatively flat at the moment, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop as Ricardo Campello (Naish / Naish Sails) and Kai Lenny (Quatro / Goya Windsurfing) show as they go […]

    Ricardo Campello & Kai Lenny

    Go Extreme Tandem Windsurfing Maui may have gone relatively flat at the moment, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop as Ricardo Campello (Naish / Naish Sails) and Kai Lenny (Quatro / Goya Windsurfing) show as they go […]

  • Graham Ezzy Delves Deep Into His Inspiration For The ‘Art of Waves’ Instead of competing on the windsurfing world tour full time when I turned 18, which is what most of the windsurfing world expected of me, I went to […]

    Art of Waves

    Graham Ezzy Delves Deep Into His Inspiration For The ‘Art of Waves’ Instead of competing on the windsurfing world tour full time when I turned 18, which is what most of the windsurfing world expected of me, I went to […]

  • Marcilio Browne May Not Have Put Many Words To Go With His Latest Clip, But He Doesn’t Need To With Sailing Like This… Just Watch & Admire! Spring in Maui, Hawaii, looked pretty epic with consistent swells and trade winds […]

    Spring Watch

    Marcilio Browne May Not Have Put Many Words To Go With His Latest Clip, But He Doesn’t Need To With Sailing Like This… Just Watch & Admire! Spring in Maui, Hawaii, looked pretty epic with consistent swells and trade winds […]

  • New York Yacht Club, originally planning for the 166th edition of the Annual Regatta on June 12 to 14, and then shifting it to August 28 to 30 due an uptick of COVID-19 cases in Rhode Island, is moving the […]

    NYYC Annual Regatta moves again

    New York Yacht Club, originally planning for the 166th edition of the Annual Regatta on June 12 to 14, and then shifting it to August 28 to 30 due an uptick of COVID-19 cases in Rhode Island, is moving the […]

  • Annapolis, MD (August 20, 2020) – After the Annapolis Boat Shows worked hard creating safety protocols and meeting with health officials for its October 2020 shows at City Dock Annapolis, SpinSheet reports how the city announced today the shows would […]

    COVID-19 canceling fall boat shows

    Annapolis, MD (August 20, 2020) – After the Annapolis Boat Shows worked hard creating safety protocols and meeting with health officials for its October 2020 shows at City Dock Annapolis, SpinSheet reports how the city announced today the shows would […]

  • by Peter Wilson It has been 50 years since Intrepid was victorious over Gretel II in the 1970 America’s Cup, and B. Devereux Barker, who was Chairman of the New York Yacht Club Race Committee that year, has written an […]

    A Not So Perfect Start

    by Peter Wilson It has been 50 years since Intrepid was victorious over Gretel II in the 1970 America’s Cup, and B. Devereux Barker, who was Chairman of the New York Yacht Club Race Committee that year, has written an […]

  • There are those moments in sport, when the final outcome is on the line, which separate good from great. This was the purpose of the Medal Race in the Olympics, to narrow the focus to one instance for a person’s […]

    London 2012: When people are tested

    There are those moments in sport, when the final outcome is on the line, which separate good from great. This was the purpose of the Medal Race in the Olympics, to narrow the focus to one instance for a person’s […]

  • Ten times more plastic pollution has been dumped in the Atlantic Ocean than previously believed, according to a study published on August 18. The paper is the first of its kind to measure “invisible” microplastics floating beneath the surface across […]

    Study finds more plastic waste in Atlantic Ocean

    Ten times more plastic pollution has been dumped in the Atlantic Ocean than previously believed, according to a study published on August 18. The paper is the first of its kind to measure “invisible” microplastics floating beneath the surface across […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • The U.S. National Sailing Hall of Fame selected nine people in 2020 to join the 81 previously-recognized individuals who have been enshrined since the first class in 2011. Among the Class of 2020 to be inducted on September 12 is […]

    Class of 2020: Sandy Douglass

    The U.S. National Sailing Hall of Fame selected nine people in 2020 to join the 81 previously-recognized individuals who have been enshrined since the first class in 2011. Among the Class of 2020 to be inducted on September 12 is […]

  • In a summer of social distancing, the Conanicut Yacht Club (Jamestown, RI) Around-the-Island Race on September 6 remains on the schedule for the 93rd edition. Held annually on the Sunday of Labor Day Weekend, it may look a little different […]

    Green light for Conanicut Island race

    In a summer of social distancing, the Conanicut Yacht Club (Jamestown, RI) Around-the-Island Race on September 6 remains on the schedule for the 93rd edition. Held annually on the Sunday of Labor Day Weekend, it may look a little different […]

  • The World Sailing Racing Rules Question and Answer Service is to support Race Officials, Member National Authorities and World Sailing Class Associations whereby they may submit questions through World Sailing concerning the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS). This inquiry addresses […]

    Addressing the issue of redress

    The World Sailing Racing Rules Question and Answer Service is to support Race Officials, Member National Authorities and World Sailing Class Associations whereby they may submit questions through World Sailing concerning the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS). This inquiry addresses […]

  • Success at the Olympics is the convergence of all the variables. While ability and speed are the foundation, going fast in the wrong direction doesn’t do much good, so understanding the winds and current in Sagami Bay is a massive […]

    Tokyo 2020: Unlocking the secrets of Sagami Bay

    Success at the Olympics is the convergence of all the variables. While ability and speed are the foundation, going fast in the wrong direction doesn’t do much good, so understanding the winds and current in Sagami Bay is a massive […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • Oakcliff Sailing, a high-performance training center in Oyster Bay, New York, will be partnering with US Performance Academy (USPA) to allow Oakcliff Saplings to take accredited high school classes while training full time on the Oakcliff campus. College students looking […]

    Merging academics and athletics at Oakcliff Sailing

    Oakcliff Sailing, a high-performance training center in Oyster Bay, New York, will be partnering with US Performance Academy (USPA) to allow Oakcliff Saplings to take accredited high school classes while training full time on the Oakcliff campus. College students looking […]

  • America’s Cup challenger INEOS Team UK have moved their newest AC75 hull into the Portsmouth HQ to prepare for shipping to New Zealand. SailWeb reports their second boat will be fitted out at the Portsmouth HQ and prepared to be […]

    America’s Cup: British prepare new AC75

    America’s Cup challenger INEOS Team UK have moved their newest AC75 hull into the Portsmouth HQ to prepare for shipping to New Zealand. SailWeb reports their second boat will be fitted out at the Portsmouth HQ and prepared to be […]

  • The Harken Blockheads shares the story of the Columbia Sailing School and its program for a group of Chicago-area high school sailors to learn the skills needed for taking increased responsibility for their equipment. At first, the program was mandatory; […]

    VIDEO: Meet the Fiberglass Team

    The Harken Blockheads shares the story of the Columbia Sailing School and its program for a group of Chicago-area high school sailors to learn the skills needed for taking increased responsibility for their equipment. At first, the program was mandatory; […]

  • For the 65 boats that started the 2020 Ida Lewis Distance Race on August 15, they were greeted by a building northeasterly that dished out 20-22 knots of breeze throughout most of the day and into the evening and overnight. […]

    Getting an education in offshore sailing

    For the 65 boats that started the 2020 Ida Lewis Distance Race on August 15, they were greeted by a building northeasterly that dished out 20-22 knots of breeze throughout most of the day and into the evening and overnight. […]

  • US Sailing and the Bristol Yacht Club (Bristol, RI) have cancelled the 2020 U.S. Team Racing Championship, planned for September 11-13, due to ongoing circumstances caused by the COVID-19 disease. Looking forward, Bristol Yacht Club will host the 2021 U.S. […]

    2020 US Team Racing Champs cancelled

    US Sailing and the Bristol Yacht Club (Bristol, RI) have cancelled the 2020 U.S. Team Racing Championship, planned for September 11-13, due to ongoing circumstances caused by the COVID-19 disease. Looking forward, Bristol Yacht Club will host the 2021 U.S. […]

  • Sarah Newberry-Moore (USA Sailing) and Pam Relph (GBR Para Rowing) are two female athletes from different sports and countries, one a mom and the other an aspiring mom, coming together to talk about professional sport and motherhood on their podcast, […]

    Managing motherhood and athletics

    Sarah Newberry-Moore (USA Sailing) and Pam Relph (GBR Para Rowing) are two female athletes from different sports and countries, one a mom and the other an aspiring mom, coming together to talk about professional sport and motherhood on their podcast, […]

  • The International Finn Association has decided to cancel the 2020 Finn Gold Cup, due to be held October 2-10, after it was postponed from its original dates of May 8-16 in Mallorca, Spain. The class policy had been to wait […]

    2020 Finn Gold Cup cancelled

    The International Finn Association has decided to cancel the 2020 Finn Gold Cup, due to be held October 2-10, after it was postponed from its original dates of May 8-16 in Mallorca, Spain. The class policy had been to wait […]

  • Wind and clouds could not stop the 25 boats from competing in the 31st New England 100 held August 15-16 in Newport, RI. While the plan to complete one distance race per day for a total of 100 miles for […]

    Regattas aren’t only about racing

    Wind and clouds could not stop the 25 boats from competing in the 31st New England 100 held August 15-16 in Newport, RI. While the plan to complete one distance race per day for a total of 100 miles for […]

  • The World Sailing Racing Rules Question and Answer Service is to support Race Officials, Member National Authorities and World Sailing Class Associations whereby they may submit questions through World Sailing concerning the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS). This inquiry concerns […]

    Submitting a late protest

    The World Sailing Racing Rules Question and Answer Service is to support Race Officials, Member National Authorities and World Sailing Class Associations whereby they may submit questions through World Sailing concerning the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS). This inquiry concerns […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • The U.S. National Sailing Hall of Fame selected nine people in 2020 to join the 81 previously-recognized individuals who have been enshrined since the first class in 2011. Among the Class of 2020 to be inducted on September 12 is […]

    Class of 2020: James E. Buttersworth

    The U.S. National Sailing Hall of Fame selected nine people in 2020 to join the 81 previously-recognized individuals who have been enshrined since the first class in 2011. Among the Class of 2020 to be inducted on September 12 is […]

  • The largest trade association for the recreational boating industry is the National Marine Manufacturers Association which shares this outlook amid the coronavirus pandemic: As Americans continue to suffer from COVID-19, wrestle with ways to regain our financial footing, and debate […]

    Revitalize America through recreation

    The largest trade association for the recreational boating industry is the National Marine Manufacturers Association which shares this outlook amid the coronavirus pandemic: As Americans continue to suffer from COVID-19, wrestle with ways to regain our financial footing, and debate […]

  • Newport, RI (August 16, 2020) – A total of 65 boats started the 2020 Ida Lewis Distance Race presented by Jeanneau America on August 15 in a building northeasterly that dished out 20-22 knots of breeze throughout most of the […]

    Sporty winds for Ida Lewis Distance Race

    Newport, RI (August 16, 2020) – A total of 65 boats started the 2020 Ida Lewis Distance Race presented by Jeanneau America on August 15 in a building northeasterly that dished out 20-22 knots of breeze throughout most of the […]

  • Jane Tracy, the aunt of Sandra Tartaglino who died in a 2019 boating accident, reflects on the incident which occurred during the New England 100 Regatta on Narragansett Bay: A year later it is still hard to understand how it […]

    What never should happen, happened

    Jane Tracy, the aunt of Sandra Tartaglino who died in a 2019 boating accident, reflects on the incident which occurred during the New England 100 Regatta on Narragansett Bay: A year later it is still hard to understand how it […]

  • What is it really like to sail an AC75 every day? INEOS Team UK grinder David Carr reveals for Yachting World what life is like in Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup crew: “When you push off the dock, your life is […]

    What it’s really like to sail an AC75?

    What is it really like to sail an AC75 every day? INEOS Team UK grinder David Carr reveals for Yachting World what life is like in Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup crew: “When you push off the dock, your life is […]

  • Few anticipated the impact of COVID-19, and now the availability of a vaccine and the beginning of the America’s Cup are timelines sitting precariously close to each other. While the competing teams have been given approval to train amid heightened […]

    Foreign media may be blocked from America’s Cup

    Few anticipated the impact of COVID-19, and now the availability of a vaccine and the beginning of the America’s Cup are timelines sitting precariously close to each other. While the competing teams have been given approval to train amid heightened […]

  • The coronavirus pandemic has cancelled two of the iconic fall events in San Diego, CA. The International Masters Regatta, which bring together the best master sailors from around the world by invitation, and the Lipton Cup, a club challenge event, […]

    COVID-19 cancels two Fall classics

    The coronavirus pandemic has cancelled two of the iconic fall events in San Diego, CA. The International Masters Regatta, which bring together the best master sailors from around the world by invitation, and the Lipton Cup, a club challenge event, […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • In the past years, the watersports world has witnessed the birth of a new sport: wing-foiling, also known as wing-surfing or wing-boarding. Wing-foiling has attracted a huge number of fans and practitioners in a short period of time because of […]

    Association launched for new wing sport

    In the past years, the watersports world has witnessed the birth of a new sport: wing-foiling, also known as wing-surfing or wing-boarding. Wing-foiling has attracted a huge number of fans and practitioners in a short period of time because of […]

  • Following the story, Earning a start the old fashioned way, we got the idea to ask for ‘Nice Start’ stories. Much like the fish we catch, these get better with age… here’s a sampling: During one America’s Cup 12-meter summer […]

    Nice Starts get better with age

    Following the story, Earning a start the old fashioned way, we got the idea to ask for ‘Nice Start’ stories. Much like the fish we catch, these get better with age… here’s a sampling: During one America’s Cup 12-meter summer […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News I get sent a lot of books which get sorted into three piles: give-aways, keepers that’ll likely go unread, and prospects. The prospect pile is ready for vacations, and I’m glad I had Doug […]

    Why we are who we are

    by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News I get sent a lot of books which get sorted into three piles: give-aways, keepers that’ll likely go unread, and prospects. The prospect pile is ready for vacations, and I’m glad I had Doug […]

  • When the 2020 New England 100 Regatta is held August 15 and 16, over two dozen teams will race their beach catamarans in one distance race per day with a goal of completing 100 miles for the weekend. With over […]

    Legal closure in fatal collision

    When the 2020 New England 100 Regatta is held August 15 and 16, over two dozen teams will race their beach catamarans in one distance race per day with a goal of completing 100 miles for the weekend. With over […]

  • Dear Curmudgeon: The AC 75s throw up a huge quantity of spray which has been likened to a fire hose. Is this simply the nature of the beast or a result of less than optimal design? Does it represent wasted […]

    Spray on the foils… good or bad?

    Dear Curmudgeon: The AC 75s throw up a huge quantity of spray which has been likened to a fire hose. Is this simply the nature of the beast or a result of less than optimal design? Does it represent wasted […]

  • Early in the coronavirus pandemic, New Zealand established a 4-level COVID-19 Alert System with each alert level stating what measures would need to be taken to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Through strong leadership and strict restrictions, the country […]

    No lockdown for America’s Cup teams

    Early in the coronavirus pandemic, New Zealand established a 4-level COVID-19 Alert System with each alert level stating what measures would need to be taken to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Through strong leadership and strict restrictions, the country […]

  • Calling The World’s Best Youth Wave Sailors – Join The Youth PWA World Cup In Cold Hawaii, Denmark, This September Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the senior PWA World Tour stop scheduled for the 13th-19th September will now be replaced […]

    Noerstick Cold Hawaii PWA Youth Wave World Cup 2020

    Calling The World’s Best Youth Wave Sailors – Join The Youth PWA World Cup In Cold Hawaii, Denmark, This September Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the senior PWA World Tour stop scheduled for the 13th-19th September will now be replaced […]

  • Oda Brødholt & Maaike Huvermann Finally Reunite In Naxos For Some Serious Freestyle Training After being on lockdown for several months due to COVID-19 some countries have started to open their borders again – including Greece – which is where […]

    It’s About FREEKing Time

    Oda Brødholt & Maaike Huvermann Finally Reunite In Naxos For Some Serious Freestyle Training After being on lockdown for several months due to COVID-19 some countries have started to open their borders again – including Greece – which is where […]

  • Highlights Of A Great Week In El Médano Where Iballa Moreno Mentored Several Of The Sports Most Promising Young Girls With the Tenerife PWA World Cup not being able to take place this year due to COVID-19, the organisers didn’t […]

    Youth Girl’s Clinic Tenerife

    Highlights Of A Great Week In El Médano Where Iballa Moreno Mentored Several Of The Sports Most Promising Young Girls With the Tenerife PWA World Cup not being able to take place this year due to COVID-19, the organisers didn’t […]

  • Old School Meets New School With Sarah-Quita Offringa In Naxos Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) decided to leave Aruba after several months at home for a new adventure in Naxos, Greece, where she met up with […]

    Naxos Style

    Old School Meets New School With Sarah-Quita Offringa In Naxos Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) decided to leave Aruba after several months at home for a new adventure in Naxos, Greece, where she met up with […]

  • The Grand Slam Series of Grade 2 match races, the highest ranked series of match races in the United States which attracts top talent from around the globe, has been awarded nine times and was on course in 2020 for […]

    Getting hungry for 2021 Grand Slam

    The Grand Slam Series of Grade 2 match races, the highest ranked series of match races in the United States which attracts top talent from around the globe, has been awarded nine times and was on course in 2020 for […]

  • The 2020 Star World Championship, planned for November 13-21, has been cancelled due to the health restrictions of COVID-19. Originally planned for January 31-February 8 in the Bahamas, the impact of Hurricane Dorian on the region led to the now […]

    2020 Star World Championship cancelled

    The 2020 Star World Championship, planned for November 13-21, has been cancelled due to the health restrictions of COVID-19. Originally planned for January 31-February 8 in the Bahamas, the impact of Hurricane Dorian on the region led to the now […]

  • Suddenly and with only the briefest warning, the much-loved Elsa Green (1945-2020) slipped her mooring lines and slid gently away from her berth for the last time, departing July 21 in Lymington, England. Known and respected from California to Cornwall, […]

    Eight Bells: Elsa Green

    Suddenly and with only the briefest warning, the much-loved Elsa Green (1945-2020) slipped her mooring lines and slid gently away from her berth for the last time, departing July 21 in Lymington, England. Known and respected from California to Cornwall, […]

  • by Bill Goggins, CEO, Harken It’s my favorite time of the year in Pewaukee. Many of our local kids, including my own, are in sailing class. They will have some regattas in the coming days. Although the COVID-19 virus is […]

    The Rise of the Grand Prix Family Team

    by Bill Goggins, CEO, Harken It’s my favorite time of the year in Pewaukee. Many of our local kids, including my own, are in sailing class. They will have some regattas in the coming days. Although the COVID-19 virus is […]

  • It has been 23 years since the first Harbor 20s were commissioned, and during that span its builder claims the class has had more racing than any other keelboat. Tall tale? W.D. Schock, building boats for more than 70 years, […]

    A dream, wise men, and the perfect boat

    It has been 23 years since the first Harbor 20s were commissioned, and during that span its builder claims the class has had more racing than any other keelboat. Tall tale? W.D. Schock, building boats for more than 70 years, […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • Lifelong sailor Rick Arneson, M.B.A., author of Plotting the Course: Life Lessons from the Sport of Sailing, shares a message for the sailor in us: The coronavirus pandemic has been a challenge for everyone the world over, and we have […]

    Facing change in the COVID-19 Era

    Lifelong sailor Rick Arneson, M.B.A., author of Plotting the Course: Life Lessons from the Sport of Sailing, shares a message for the sailor in us: The coronavirus pandemic has been a challenge for everyone the world over, and we have […]

  • The Lunenburg Yacht Club (LYC) is hosting its inaugural Welcome Back Regatta on August 21-23 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Due to COVID-19, most events were cancelled this summer, leading to a lack of competitive sailing events in Nova Scotia. However, […]

    Welcome Back to Nova Scotia

    The Lunenburg Yacht Club (LYC) is hosting its inaugural Welcome Back Regatta on August 21-23 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Due to COVID-19, most events were cancelled this summer, leading to a lack of competitive sailing events in Nova Scotia. However, […]

  • by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News Rather than using drop marks to set race courses, MarkSetBot is a self-propelled robotic mark that uses GPS technology to zero in on a specific location and stay there until you tell it to […]

    Pondering the future of race committee

    by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News Rather than using drop marks to set race courses, MarkSetBot is a self-propelled robotic mark that uses GPS technology to zero in on a specific location and stay there until you tell it to […]

  • The Ida Lewis Distance Race presented by Jeanneau America on August 15 has a record-breaking 74 entries, indicating how much sailors are itching to compete and embrace any and all event modifications that the COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated. The race, […]

    Flexible format leads to record fleet

    The Ida Lewis Distance Race presented by Jeanneau America on August 15 has a record-breaking 74 entries, indicating how much sailors are itching to compete and embrace any and all event modifications that the COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated. The race, […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • The On Course series takes a regular look at the sailing world with show host Matt Sheahan: Earlier this year in (Episode 3) we went to see Spirit Yachts on the east coast of the UK. While we were there […]

    On Course, Episode 5

    The On Course series takes a regular look at the sailing world with show host Matt Sheahan: Earlier this year in (Episode 3) we went to see Spirit Yachts on the east coast of the UK. While we were there […]

  • Before there was COVID-19 there was sunburn and skin cancer, elevating the use of neck/face gaiters to provide UPF protection. For sailors, rather than repeatedly apply sunscreen, the gaiter was a continuous shield to protect the face and neck from […]

    Neck gaiter not all that for COVID-19

    Before there was COVID-19 there was sunburn and skin cancer, elevating the use of neck/face gaiters to provide UPF protection. For sailors, rather than repeatedly apply sunscreen, the gaiter was a continuous shield to protect the face and neck from […]

  • Canadian Sarah Douglas, plotting her path to the podium for Tokyo 2020 Olympics, provides this update: The Canadian Laser Radial team has come together from across the country to train together in Kingston, ON. After being separated for 4 months, […]

    Sarah Douglas: Plotting path to Tokyo

    Canadian Sarah Douglas, plotting her path to the podium for Tokyo 2020 Olympics, provides this update: The Canadian Laser Radial team has come together from across the country to train together in Kingston, ON. After being separated for 4 months, […]

  • While the 2020 season of maxi yacht racing has been largely wiped out thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the first steps back to normality are soon to be taken with the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup set to go ahead August […]

    Ramping up for Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup

    While the 2020 season of maxi yacht racing has been largely wiped out thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the first steps back to normality are soon to be taken with the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup set to go ahead August […]

  • (August 10, 2020) – Team New Zealand and America’s Cup organizers have won their fight – for now – to keep secret the details of allegations around the spending of public money. This follows a legal battle involving America’s Cup […]

    Team New Zealand wins court fight

    (August 10, 2020) – Team New Zealand and America’s Cup organizers have won their fight – for now – to keep secret the details of allegations around the spending of public money. This follows a legal battle involving America’s Cup […]

  • The defending Olympic women’s windsurfing champion Charline Picon (FRA) explains how she used prior experience of being unable to sail to her advantage during lockdown. Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. Just before the Medal Race I was […]

    Olympic Diary: Charline Picon

    The defending Olympic women’s windsurfing champion Charline Picon (FRA) explains how she used prior experience of being unable to sail to her advantage during lockdown. Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. Just before the Medal Race I was […]

  • The Rio 2016 women’s skiff silver medallists Alex Maloney & Molly Meech (NZL) have continued to train and sail together in New Zealand ahead of next year’s Olympic Games. Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. Alex: In our […]

    Olympic Diary: Alex Maloney & Molly Meech

    The Rio 2016 women’s skiff silver medallists Alex Maloney & Molly Meech (NZL) have continued to train and sail together in New Zealand ahead of next year’s Olympic Games. Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. Alex: In our […]

  • The walls of Scuttlebutt HQ include the Ultimate Sailing calendar, and in this report Sharon Green shares the behind-the-scenes story regarding the August 2020 images. “It’s Tuesday? Honey, it’s Tuesday!” Who hasn’t laughed at, and associated with, that commercial? The […]

    Behind the Scenes, August 2020

    The walls of Scuttlebutt HQ include the Ultimate Sailing calendar, and in this report Sharon Green shares the behind-the-scenes story regarding the August 2020 images. “It’s Tuesday? Honey, it’s Tuesday!” Who hasn’t laughed at, and associated with, that commercial? The […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • The premier event in 2020 will be the Vendée Globe race, held every four years and providing solo sailors with a non-stop course around the world in the IMOCA Class. Starting November 8 from Les Sables d’Olonne, three-quarters of the […]

    Building sails for the IMOCA

    The premier event in 2020 will be the Vendée Globe race, held every four years and providing solo sailors with a non-stop course around the world in the IMOCA Class. Starting November 8 from Les Sables d’Olonne, three-quarters of the […]

  • Tim Irwin, having lived a wonderful life full of adventure, fun, and awards, passed away August 7 at home after a battle with cancer. He was 80 years old. Tim grew up sailing with good friends in Maple Bay, a […]

    Eight Bells: Tim Irwin

    Tim Irwin, having lived a wonderful life full of adventure, fun, and awards, passed away August 7 at home after a battle with cancer. He was 80 years old. Tim grew up sailing with good friends in Maple Bay, a […]

  • The 2020 San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta was held August 8-9 despite local and state pandemic restrictions in San Diego, CA. Eighty-one singlehanded competitors had seven races on the ocean venue of Coronado Roads, with Ford McCann topping the Laser […]

    2020 San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta

    The 2020 San Diego Olympic Classes Regatta was held August 8-9 despite local and state pandemic restrictions in San Diego, CA. Eighty-one singlehanded competitors had seven races on the ocean venue of Coronado Roads, with Ford McCann topping the Laser […]

  • The 2020 Verve Cup Offshore Regatta, open to any sailboat of 29 feet LOA or greater, was held August 7-9 in Chicago, IL. A mix of windward-leeward and distance races were held for 62 teams competing in classes for J/88, […]

    2020 Verve Cup Offshore Regatta

    The 2020 Verve Cup Offshore Regatta, open to any sailboat of 29 feet LOA or greater, was held August 7-9 in Chicago, IL. A mix of windward-leeward and distance races were held for 62 teams competing in classes for J/88, […]

  • Due to careful adherence to state and local COVID-19 safety standards, the mid-Atlantic racing season on Chesapeake Bay got a late start in June yet still attracted a strong turnout with over 30 entries competing in Annapolis Yacht Club’s Wednesday […]

    Finishing strong on the Chesapeake

    Due to careful adherence to state and local COVID-19 safety standards, the mid-Atlantic racing season on Chesapeake Bay got a late start in June yet still attracted a strong turnout with over 30 entries competing in Annapolis Yacht Club’s Wednesday […]

  • The 37th running of the Racine Yacht Club HOOK Race on July 18 was a 189 nm course from Racine, Wisconsin, up the western shore of Lake Michigan, and “hooking” through Death’s Door, a narrow and often treacherous passageway between […]

    When the wave hits and the tether snaps

    The 37th running of the Racine Yacht Club HOOK Race on July 18 was a 189 nm course from Racine, Wisconsin, up the western shore of Lake Michigan, and “hooking” through Death’s Door, a narrow and often treacherous passageway between […]

  • On the day we should have been enjoying the Tokyo 2020 Closing Ceremony, an uplifting message from Rio 2016 silver medalist Annalise Murphy (IRL). Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. It was a pretty tense Medal Race, I […]

    Olympic Diary: Annalise Murphy

    On the day we should have been enjoying the Tokyo 2020 Closing Ceremony, an uplifting message from Rio 2016 silver medalist Annalise Murphy (IRL). Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. It was a pretty tense Medal Race, I […]

  • Though enjoying the extra family time, double Olympic medallist Mat Belcher (AUS) is working hard on a new plan for success with teammate Will Ryan for 12 months time Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. One year to […]

    Olympic Diary: Mat Belcher

    Though enjoying the extra family time, double Olympic medallist Mat Belcher (AUS) is working hard on a new plan for success with teammate Will Ryan for 12 months time Tell us about your memories of Rio 2016. One year to […]

  • by Jack Gierhart, Chief Executive Officer, US Sailing A core tenet of US Sailing’s mission is encouraging participation and engagement in the sport of sailing. Central to this is inviting sailors of all backgrounds, ethnicities, and orientations to join, flourish […]

    Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Sailing

    by Jack Gierhart, Chief Executive Officer, US Sailing A core tenet of US Sailing’s mission is encouraging participation and engagement in the sport of sailing. Central to this is inviting sailors of all backgrounds, ethnicities, and orientations to join, flourish […]

  • Olympic gold medalists and defending America’s Cup champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke will join SailGP starting in the league’s second season as part of the newly formed New Zealand SailGP Team. The pair will serve as co-CEOs of the […]

    Burling and Tuke join SailGP

    Olympic gold medalists and defending America’s Cup champions Peter Burling and Blair Tuke will join SailGP starting in the league’s second season as part of the newly formed New Zealand SailGP Team. The pair will serve as co-CEOs of the […]

  • August 6, 2020) – Atmospheric and oceanic conditions are primed to fuel storm development in the Atlantic, leading to what could be an “extremely active” season, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather […]

    Extremely active storm season now anticipated

    August 6, 2020) – Atmospheric and oceanic conditions are primed to fuel storm development in the Atlantic, leading to what could be an “extremely active” season, according to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather […]

  • Chris Bedford is one of the most respected meteorologists in the sport of sailing. Through his company Sailwx.com he has worked in literally every grand prix sailing event – from the America’s Cup to the Olympics. This year he has […]

    Going beyond the weather app

    Chris Bedford is one of the most respected meteorologists in the sport of sailing. Through his company Sailwx.com he has worked in literally every grand prix sailing event – from the America’s Cup to the Olympics. This year he has […]

  • by Steven Tsuchiya August 8th marks the 150th anniversary of the first defense of the America’s Cup (a.k.a. “1st America’s Cup” or “America’s Cup I”). It was a single-race contest won by the yacht Magic, which defeated 16 of her […]

    The First Defense of the America’s Cup

    by Steven Tsuchiya August 8th marks the 150th anniversary of the first defense of the America’s Cup (a.k.a. “1st America’s Cup” or “America’s Cup I”). It was a single-race contest won by the yacht Magic, which defeated 16 of her […]

  • Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

    Looking back on the Rio Olympics

    Four years ago, Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck was in Brazil to report on the Rio 2016 Olympics. With the Tokyo 2020 Games postponed until 2021, we keep that Olympic Flame alive through Leweck’s observations from the Carioca nation… here was […]

  • The Naples Sabot Class is unique to Southern California and has been the staple pram for generations to master. Even with the tremendous growth of the Optimist Class, the Naples Sabot remains the go-to boat along the final 120 miles […]

    How a simple idea impacted the sport

    The Naples Sabot Class is unique to Southern California and has been the staple pram for generations to master. Even with the tremendous growth of the Optimist Class, the Naples Sabot remains the go-to boat along the final 120 miles […]

  • The Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be held next year “with corona”, according to the Organizing Committee’s chief executive Toshirō Mutō. In an interview with the Financial Times, Mutō said the global health crisis will likely not have disappeared by the […]

    Tokyo 2020 to be held with coronavirus

    The Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be held next year “with corona”, according to the Organizing Committee’s chief executive Toshirō Mutō. In an interview with the Financial Times, Mutō said the global health crisis will likely not have disappeared by the […]