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SG Yelken İngilizce Archive

  • As nations and regions grapple with how to handle the COVID-19 disease, recreational and professional sailing has invariably been snagged in their regulatory net. While denying boaters with some social distance, the marine industry has had to adjust too. Gail […]

    Tacking through a pandemic

    As nations and regions grapple with how to handle the COVID-19 disease, recreational and professional sailing has invariably been snagged in their regulatory net. While denying boaters with some social distance, the marine industry has had to adjust too. Gail […]

  • For any of the medalists at the Tokyo 2020 Games, their success will be attributed to how they revised their training schedule and utilized the extra 12 months under which the competition was postponed. For the ten Sailing events, that […]

    Home field advantage for Tokyo 2020

    For any of the medalists at the Tokyo 2020 Games, their success will be attributed to how they revised their training schedule and utilized the extra 12 months under which the competition was postponed. For the ten Sailing events, that […]

  • Marino Gil Showing Off Some Impressive Skills In Classic Pozo Conditions – 60 Knots & Waves It’s safe to say the action has been going off in Pozo Izquierdo, Gran Canaria, and over the weekend, which is when the 2020 […]

    Best Weekend Every

    Marino Gil Showing Off Some Impressive Skills In Classic Pozo Conditions – 60 Knots & Waves It’s safe to say the action has been going off in Pozo Izquierdo, Gran Canaria, and over the weekend, which is when the 2020 […]

  • A Different Take On Your Usual Windsurfing Video By Graham Ezzy The Art of Waves featuring Graham Ezzy (Tabou / Ezzy Sails) is a refreshingly different take on windsurfing videos….You can now cruise around Ho’okipa – Graham’s home spot – […]

    The Art Of Waves

    A Different Take On Your Usual Windsurfing Video By Graham Ezzy The Art of Waves featuring Graham Ezzy (Tabou / Ezzy Sails) is a refreshingly different take on windsurfing videos….You can now cruise around Ho’okipa – Graham’s home spot – […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 22/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • It is the Deed of Gift that dictates America’s Cup entrants are clubs, and for the team which represents the club, if they prove victorious, the home fans then bask in the bright lights of this historic event as the […]

    America’s Cup: Winning back public trust

    It is the Deed of Gift that dictates America’s Cup entrants are clubs, and for the team which represents the club, if they prove victorious, the home fans then bask in the bright lights of this historic event as the […]

  • by Mark Chisnell, Sailing World Pop quiz: Which technology did not exist in sailboat racing 10 years ago but will be decisive in the 36th America’s Cup? No, it’s not foiling. Sailboats have been “flying” for more than two decades. […]

    America’s Cup: Age of the simulator

    by Mark Chisnell, Sailing World Pop quiz: Which technology did not exist in sailboat racing 10 years ago but will be decisive in the 36th America’s Cup? No, it’s not foiling. Sailboats have been “flying” for more than two decades. […]

  • It was before the Tokyo 2020 Games were postponed when we published Tokyo 2020: Let the show go on (March 5, 2020) during a time when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was determining how to host the competition amid the […]

    Tokyo 2020: Searching for optimism

    It was before the Tokyo 2020 Games were postponed when we published Tokyo 2020: Let the show go on (March 5, 2020) during a time when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was determining how to host the competition amid the […]

  • We know Pamala Baldwin though her sailing exploits, as the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) had awarded the Antigua-based skipper and her J/122 Liquid team the CSA Traveller’s Trophy for the second year running. Although the 2020 racing season was cut […]

    How world sport may need to adjust

    We know Pamala Baldwin though her sailing exploits, as the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA) had awarded the Antigua-based skipper and her J/122 Liquid team the CSA Traveller’s Trophy for the second year running. Although the 2020 racing season was cut […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 21/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • America’s Cup defender Emirates Team New Zealand is diving into its legal fund as it seeks to convince the kiwi courts that a confidential draft audit report on finances for the America’s Cup event, which found its way into the […]

    America’s Cup: The road to now

    America’s Cup defender Emirates Team New Zealand is diving into its legal fund as it seeks to convince the kiwi courts that a confidential draft audit report on finances for the America’s Cup event, which found its way into the […]

  • Amid the health restrictions due to COVID-19, competitive sailing can occur, but getting everyone to buy-in is critical. However, with smart planning, clarity in communication, and strong leadership to ensure standards are maintained, the opportunity exists to host racing. This […]

    How-to host a COVID-compliant regatta

    Amid the health restrictions due to COVID-19, competitive sailing can occur, but getting everyone to buy-in is critical. However, with smart planning, clarity in communication, and strong leadership to ensure standards are maintained, the opportunity exists to host racing. This […]

  • The category of ‘professional sailor’ has morphed to cover a lot of ground and the degree of refinement for the adjective before the noun has significant range too. Attorney Maurice Cusick, specializing in maritime law, offer this observation from his […]

    Assessing standards for the profession

    The category of ‘professional sailor’ has morphed to cover a lot of ground and the degree of refinement for the adjective before the noun has significant range too. Attorney Maurice Cusick, specializing in maritime law, offer this observation from his […]

  • With Jenna Gibson Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) has shown moments of magic in her first few seasons on the Slalom PWA World Tour with the Brit showing she has plenty of potential to challenge for top honours in the […]

    Blast From The Past

    With Jenna Gibson Jenna Gibson (Fanatic / Duotone) has shown moments of magic in her first few seasons on the Slalom PWA World Tour with the Brit showing she has plenty of potential to challenge for top honours in the […]

  • The America’s Cup, the pinnacle of yachting, was first contested in 1851 making it the oldest trophy in international sport, predating the modern Olympic Games by 45 years. Video uploaded Jul 5, 2020. Details: www.americascup.com 36th America’s Cup In addition […]

    America’s Cup: 170 Years of History

    The America’s Cup, the pinnacle of yachting, was first contested in 1851 making it the oldest trophy in international sport, predating the modern Olympic Games by 45 years. Video uploaded Jul 5, 2020. Details: www.americascup.com 36th America’s Cup In addition […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 20/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • As riveting as the 36th America’s Cup may be, the ramp-up is getting exciting too. Here’s the latest: • The investigations into financial management of the 2021 America’s Cup have taken another twist, with the principals of a high-profile sport-events […]

    America’s Cup: The show has begun

    As riveting as the 36th America’s Cup may be, the ramp-up is getting exciting too. Here’s the latest: • The investigations into financial management of the 2021 America’s Cup have taken another twist, with the principals of a high-profile sport-events […]

  • We’ve been enamored with the Race to Alaska since its inception in 2015. No motor, no support, through wild frontier, navigating by sail or peddle/paddle (but at some point both) the 750 cold water miles from Port Townsend, Washington to […]

    Finding fellowship in the experience

    We’ve been enamored with the Race to Alaska since its inception in 2015. No motor, no support, through wild frontier, navigating by sail or peddle/paddle (but at some point both) the 750 cold water miles from Port Townsend, Washington to […]

  • The Milwaukee Community Sailing Center (Milwaukee, WI) is a private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 agency located just north of downtown in the heart of Veterans Park at McKinley Marina. MCSC’s mission is to promote sailing and make Lake Michigan available […]

    Leveling community through sailing

    The Milwaukee Community Sailing Center (Milwaukee, WI) is a private, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 agency located just north of downtown in the heart of Veterans Park at McKinley Marina. MCSC’s mission is to promote sailing and make Lake Michigan available […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 19/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 18/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • Grant Dalton, leader of America’s Cup defender Emirates Team New Zealand, has been fighting fires. As the organizer of the 36th America’s Cup, his partnership with the kiwi government means that when there is trouble, it becomes the worst kind […]

    America’s Cup: Kiwis fighting fires

    Grant Dalton, leader of America’s Cup defender Emirates Team New Zealand, has been fighting fires. As the organizer of the 36th America’s Cup, his partnership with the kiwi government means that when there is trouble, it becomes the worst kind […]

  • With Arrianne Aukes After making her debut on the PWA Freestyle World Tour – Arrianne Aukes (Fanatic / Duotone / Maui Ultra Fins) – quickly established herself as one of the best female freestylers in the world. After quickly adapting […]

    Would You Rather

    With Arrianne Aukes After making her debut on the PWA Freestyle World Tour – Arrianne Aukes (Fanatic / Duotone / Maui Ultra Fins) – quickly established herself as one of the best female freestylers in the world. After quickly adapting […]

  • Spanish photographer Jesús Renedo (above left) and his hombres gear up for a session at Pollensa, a town in the northern part of the Spanish island of Majorca. Source: sailingscuttlebutt

    VIDEO: Road trip for windsurfing

    Spanish photographer Jesús Renedo (above left) and his hombres gear up for a session at Pollensa, a town in the northern part of the Spanish island of Majorca. Source: sailingscuttlebutt

  • Just because you don’t campaign across the country, doesn’t mean you can can’t be competitive in your local beer can series. Quantum’s Carter White* talks about his experience with beer can series racing and how to get the most out […]

    Managing a successful Beer Can Series

    Just because you don’t campaign across the country, doesn’t mean you can can’t be competitive in your local beer can series. Quantum’s Carter White* talks about his experience with beer can series racing and how to get the most out […]

  • It was before the Tokyo 2020 Games were postponed when we published Tokyo 2020: Let the show go on (March 5, 2020) during a time when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was determining how to host the competition amid the […]

    Tokyo 2020: What to do about fans?

    It was before the Tokyo 2020 Games were postponed when we published Tokyo 2020: Let the show go on (March 5, 2020) during a time when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was determining how to host the competition amid the […]

  • As the story goes, it was during the 2017 America’s Cup in Bermuda when Britain’s Ben Ainslie had a life changing experience. He had come to Bermuda knowing his team had not done what was needed to win the America’s […]

    America’s Cup: Brits riding a whale

    As the story goes, it was during the 2017 America’s Cup in Bermuda when Britain’s Ben Ainslie had a life changing experience. He had come to Bermuda knowing his team had not done what was needed to win the America’s […]

  • This specially designed star-spangled buoy marks the approximate location where Francis Scott Key wrote the country’s National Anthem. Removed just before winter, this is the 40th year the Coast Guard has set the buoy in Patapsco River, a 39-mile-long waterway […]

    Coast Guard sets Star-Spangled Buoy

    This specially designed star-spangled buoy marks the approximate location where Francis Scott Key wrote the country’s National Anthem. Removed just before winter, this is the 40th year the Coast Guard has set the buoy in Patapsco River, a 39-mile-long waterway […]

  • With Sarah Jackson Sarah Jackson (Tabou / GA Sails) is still a relative new comer to the Women’s Slalom PWA Wave World Tour – having made her first appearance at an event in September of 2017. The 22-year-old has plenty […]

    Blast From The Past

    With Sarah Jackson Sarah Jackson (Tabou / GA Sails) is still a relative new comer to the Women’s Slalom PWA Wave World Tour – having made her first appearance at an event in September of 2017. The 22-year-old has plenty […]

  • Scott Self, 70, passed away due to glioblastoma on June 30 in in Rockwall, TX. He was diagnosed May 19, 2020. Scott Self was born to Dr. Stanley Allen and Gloria Rust Self in Victoria, Texas. In 1963 the family […]

    Eight Bells: Scott Self

    Scott Self, 70, passed away due to glioblastoma on June 30 in in Rockwall, TX. He was diagnosed May 19, 2020. Scott Self was born to Dr. Stanley Allen and Gloria Rust Self in Victoria, Texas. In 1963 the family […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 16/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • World Sailing President Kim Andersen delivers his monthly newsletter to share the activities from the world governing body for the sport of sailing. The past month has been focused on finalizing and ensuring the financial future of World Sailing caused […]

    World Sailing Presidential Update – June 2020

    World Sailing President Kim Andersen delivers his monthly newsletter to share the activities from the world governing body for the sport of sailing. The past month has been focused on finalizing and ensuring the financial future of World Sailing caused […]

  • When the Sailing venue at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games moved the 60 kilometers from Tokyo Bay to Sagami Bay off of Enoshima, it was due to the airport flight path complicating the broadcast plan. While it is preferred for […]

    Tokyo 2020: Locals not so welcoming

    When the Sailing venue at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games moved the 60 kilometers from Tokyo Bay to Sagami Bay off of Enoshima, it was due to the airport flight path complicating the broadcast plan. While it is preferred for […]

  • While all hell breaks loose on land, the New Zealand America’s Cup team shares a view from the water. Video uploaded Jul 1, 2020. Details: www.americascup.com 36th America’s Cup In addition to Challenges from Italy, USA, and Great Britain that […]

    VIDEO: No splashing allowed

    While all hell breaks loose on land, the New Zealand America’s Cup team shares a view from the water. Video uploaded Jul 1, 2020. Details: www.americascup.com 36th America’s Cup In addition to Challenges from Italy, USA, and Great Britain that […]

  • Update Regarding The Equipment Requirements For Bol To all sailors, Based on feedback from sailors and the challenges created by the COVID-19 situation with equipment manufacture and delivery, it has been decided to relax the equipment registration rules for the […]

    Zoo Station PWA Slalom Croatia

    Update Regarding The Equipment Requirements For Bol To all sailors, Based on feedback from sailors and the challenges created by the COVID-19 situation with equipment manufacture and delivery, it has been decided to relax the equipment registration rules for the […]

  • 16-Year-Old Lennart Neubauer’s Freestyle Level Continues To Go Through The Roof – Watch The Young German’s Latest Video Now There is no denying the potential of Lennart Neubauer (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins), who has already won his […]

    Mirror Flat Freestyle

    16-Year-Old Lennart Neubauer’s Freestyle Level Continues To Go Through The Roof – Watch The Young German’s Latest Video Now There is no denying the potential of Lennart Neubauer (Starboard / Severne / Maui Ultra Fins), who has already won his […]

  • Dieter Van der Eyken Scoring Some Rare South Wind Freestyle In Tenerife June saw some rare south winds in Tenerife, which transforms El Médano from a wavy paradise into a perfect flat water plaground. 2015 Freestyle World Champion – Dieter […]

    South Bay Freestyle

    Dieter Van der Eyken Scoring Some Rare South Wind Freestyle In Tenerife June saw some rare south winds in Tenerife, which transforms El Médano from a wavy paradise into a perfect flat water plaground. 2015 Freestyle World Champion – Dieter […]

  • With Sarah Hauser Sarah Hauser’s (Tabou / S2Maui) passion is definitely waves! The 31-year-old has earned herself the reputation of being a charger as she shows little fear even when the conditions get big. The New Caledonian now lives in […]

    Blast From The Past

    With Sarah Hauser Sarah Hauser’s (Tabou / S2Maui) passion is definitely waves! The 31-year-old has earned herself the reputation of being a charger as she shows little fear even when the conditions get big. The New Caledonian now lives in […]

  • Success at the Olympic level requires planning to ensure peak performance at the games, but since nothing is known what events will be held between now and the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 next year, that makes planning a problem. But disruption […]

    Sarah Douglas: Back to the grind

    Success at the Olympic level requires planning to ensure peak performance at the games, but since nothing is known what events will be held between now and the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 next year, that makes planning a problem. But disruption […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 15/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • Bristol, RI (June 30, 2020) – US Sailing’s new and growing youth development program is expanding to include the states of Oregon and Washington. US Sailing announced three Primary and Supporting Siebel Centers in the region. These community sailing organizations […]

    Siebel Sailors expands to Pacific NW

    Bristol, RI (June 30, 2020) – US Sailing’s new and growing youth development program is expanding to include the states of Oregon and Washington. US Sailing announced three Primary and Supporting Siebel Centers in the region. These community sailing organizations […]

  • They named their 2020 Summer Olympic Women’s 470 bid Perfect Vision Sailing as a play on 20/20 as the measure of ideal eyesight. While they aren’t changing the campaign’s name, the U.S. Coast Guard’s LTJG Nikole Barnes’ and Lara Dallman-Weiss’ […]

    A look at Women’s 470 team Perfect Vision Sailing

    They named their 2020 Summer Olympic Women’s 470 bid Perfect Vision Sailing as a play on 20/20 as the measure of ideal eyesight. While they aren’t changing the campaign’s name, the U.S. Coast Guard’s LTJG Nikole Barnes’ and Lara Dallman-Weiss’ […]

  • Porto Cervo, Italy (June 30, 2020) – The Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) in agreement with the Nautor’s Swan shipyard and the International Maxi Association, and with the approval of institutional partner Rolex, has confirmed that the traditional September regattas, […]

    A go for Maxi Yacht and Swan Cups

    Porto Cervo, Italy (June 30, 2020) – The Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS) in agreement with the Nautor’s Swan shipyard and the International Maxi Association, and with the approval of institutional partner Rolex, has confirmed that the traditional September regattas, […]

  • 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 […]

    Prevention of Collision At Sea

    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 […]

  • British sailor Hannah Diamond was part of the Vestas 11th Hour Racing team that experienced a turbulent 2017-18 campaign, including a dismasting near the Falkland Islands, which challenged the crew to perform some unconventional repairs to help their boat onto […]

    A chat with Hannah Diamond

    British sailor Hannah Diamond was part of the Vestas 11th Hour Racing team that experienced a turbulent 2017-18 campaign, including a dismasting near the Falkland Islands, which challenged the crew to perform some unconventional repairs to help their boat onto […]

  • Public guidance for COVID-19 compelled Newport Exhibition Group to announce that its annual Newport International Boat Show scheduled to take place September 17 through 20, 2020 at the Newport Yachting Center in downtown Newport, Rhode Island, has been cancelled. Due […]

    Newport’s Boat Show cancelled for 2020

    Public guidance for COVID-19 compelled Newport Exhibition Group to announce that its annual Newport International Boat Show scheduled to take place September 17 through 20, 2020 at the Newport Yachting Center in downtown Newport, Rhode Island, has been cancelled. Due […]

  • As a new benefit for member organizations, US Sailing has partnered with the Royal Yachting Association to create a more robust platform for Portsmouth Yardstick Racing using the PYOnline platform. The Portsmouth Yardstick is a handicapping system that allows multiple […]

    New Portsmouth Yardstick Racing Platform launched

    As a new benefit for member organizations, US Sailing has partnered with the Royal Yachting Association to create a more robust platform for Portsmouth Yardstick Racing using the PYOnline platform. The Portsmouth Yardstick is a handicapping system that allows multiple […]

  • As media reports in Japan estimate the yearlong delay of the Olympic and Parlympic Games caused by the coronavirus pandemic will cost between $2 billion to $6 billion, that’s a lot of money for an economy handcuffed by the disease. […]

    Tokyo 2020: Smoke rising, second wave?

    As media reports in Japan estimate the yearlong delay of the Olympic and Parlympic Games caused by the coronavirus pandemic will cost between $2 billion to $6 billion, that’s a lot of money for an economy handcuffed by the disease. […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 14/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • Suzi Reese, Commodore for the Inland Lake Yachting Association (ILYA) in 1997-98, passed away on June 27. She had returned this spring from her annual trek to Florida and became ill in April. In less than two months she became […]

    Eight Bells: Suzi Reese

    Suzi Reese, Commodore for the Inland Lake Yachting Association (ILYA) in 1997-98, passed away on June 27. She had returned this spring from her annual trek to Florida and became ill in April. In less than two months she became […]

  • Auckland, New Zealand (June 29, 2020) – The New Zealand Herald reports how American Magic’s first AC75, named Defiant, has docked in Auckland on the container ship BBC Destiny after a more than month-long journey from Florida. It will be […]

    America’s Cup: U.S. challenge arrives in New Zealand

    Auckland, New Zealand (June 29, 2020) – The New Zealand Herald reports how American Magic’s first AC75, named Defiant, has docked in Auckland on the container ship BBC Destiny after a more than month-long journey from Florida. It will be […]

  • The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron warns that if immigration rules aren’t sorted soon, the massive effort made for the Youth America’s Cup could become a significant embarrassment for the host club and defender of the 36th America’s Cup. Seventeen […]

    Blocked borders threaten Youth America’s Cup

    The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron warns that if immigration rules aren’t sorted soon, the massive effort made for the Youth America’s Cup could become a significant embarrassment for the host club and defender of the 36th America’s Cup. Seventeen […]

  • by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, is that entity at the top of the organizational structure that is so far removed from recreational sailing that it’s hard to see what they […]

    Only bearded dragons like crickets

    by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, is that entity at the top of the organizational structure that is so far removed from recreational sailing that it’s hard to see what they […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 13/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • Race organizers had spent two years gearing up for the 21st edition of the Pacific Cup, that biennial 2070 nm course from San Francisco, CA to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu. More than 60 yachts, from tiny double handers to mega yachts, […]

    Race your bedroom to Hawaii

    Race organizers had spent two years gearing up for the 21st edition of the Pacific Cup, that biennial 2070 nm course from San Francisco, CA to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu. More than 60 yachts, from tiny double handers to mega yachts, […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 12/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • The 33rd commissioning of New York Yacht Club’s Harbour Court facility in Newport, RI. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only essential personnel were invited to be present during the ceremony at Harbour Court on June 27, 2020. Source: sailingscuttlebutt

    VIDEO: Commissioning at Harbour Court

    The 33rd commissioning of New York Yacht Club’s Harbour Court facility in Newport, RI. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only essential personnel were invited to be present during the ceremony at Harbour Court on June 27, 2020. Source: sailingscuttlebutt

  • With Sarah-Quita Offringa Whether she’s on the race course, out in the waves or freestyling – Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) – is usually battling it out for the top honours in the sport and more […]

    Would You Rather

    With Sarah-Quita Offringa Whether she’s on the race course, out in the waves or freestyling – Sarah-Quita Offringa (Starboard / NeilPryde / Maui Ultra Fins) – is usually battling it out for the top honours in the sport and more […]

  • This week’s “World on Water” global sailing news show produced by www.boatson.tv. Here are the updates on offer during the COVID-19 pandemic: In this week’s “WoW TV”: • Quantum Sails Genoa boys Vittorio and Pietro have the fascinating video of […]

    World On Water Global Sailing News – June 26, 2020

    This week’s “World on Water” global sailing news show produced by www.boatson.tv. Here are the updates on offer during the COVID-19 pandemic: In this week’s “WoW TV”: • Quantum Sails Genoa boys Vittorio and Pietro have the fascinating video of […]

  • Sloan Burns, who finished second in the Double-Handed Division of the 2020 Online Newport Bermuda Race, shares this “onboard report” from the Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300. I was supposed to be doing the actual 2020 Newport Bermuda Race on Artemis, […]

    Most comfortable offshore race ever

    Sloan Burns, who finished second in the Double-Handed Division of the 2020 Online Newport Bermuda Race, shares this “onboard report” from the Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300. I was supposed to be doing the actual 2020 Newport Bermuda Race on Artemis, […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 10/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” – Mark Twain From the comfort of St. Francis Yacht Club, its perch along the shores of San Francisco Bay offer full view of this chill – fog, […]

    Optimist Racing, batteries not included

    “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.” – Mark Twain From the comfort of St. Francis Yacht Club, its perch along the shores of San Francisco Bay offer full view of this chill – fog, […]

  • by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt What sets sailing apart from other sports is that our game has many games, and COVID-19 requires us to throw away the “How To Run A Perfect Regatta” book. It’s time for some sandlot sailing. I […]

    Time for some sandlot sailing

    by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt What sets sailing apart from other sports is that our game has many games, and COVID-19 requires us to throw away the “How To Run A Perfect Regatta” book. It’s time for some sandlot sailing. I […]

  • For the last six years sailing development has been a key objective of the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA), and a major challenge identified has been the inconsistency of learn to sail programs across the region and lack of funding and […]

    Securing Caribbean economic and recreational future

    For the last six years sailing development has been a key objective of the Caribbean Sailing Association (CSA), and a major challenge identified has been the inconsistency of learn to sail programs across the region and lack of funding and […]

  • The brand new AC9F Youth America’s Cup yacht has successfully undergone on-water sail testing day in Auckland with the event well on track for 2021. With two female and two male crew on board, the boat was up on the […]

    Youth America’s Cup AC9F Kōtare flies high in Auckland

    The brand new AC9F Youth America’s Cup yacht has successfully undergone on-water sail testing day in Auckland with the event well on track for 2021. With two female and two male crew on board, the boat was up on the […]

  • With Caterina Stenta Next up in ‘Blast From The Past’ is another Italian wave sailor… this time Caterina Stenta (RRD / RRD Sails / AL360 / Maui Ultra Fins), who has been competing on the Women’s PWA Wave World Tour […]

    Blast From The Past

    With Caterina Stenta Next up in ‘Blast From The Past’ is another Italian wave sailor… this time Caterina Stenta (RRD / RRD Sails / AL360 / Maui Ultra Fins), who has been competing on the Women’s PWA Wave World Tour […]

  • Pierre & Marion Mortefon Talk About Quarantine & Their New Venture Mortefon Watersports As coaching combos go they don’t get much stronger than the one we are about to tell you about. With quarantine putting the PWA racing season on […]

    Mortefon Watersports

    Pierre & Marion Mortefon Talk About Quarantine & Their New Venture Mortefon Watersports As coaching combos go they don’t get much stronger than the one we are about to tell you about. With quarantine putting the PWA racing season on […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 9/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • While the racing calendar teeters based on the health restrictions for each region, any aspirations within the USA for international training or competition may be handcuffed based on this report from the Associated Press: (June 24, 2020) – Americans are […]

    Travel bans could impact USA boaters

    While the racing calendar teeters based on the health restrictions for each region, any aspirations within the USA for international training or competition may be handcuffed based on this report from the Associated Press: (June 24, 2020) – Americans are […]

  • While the world endures the COVID-19 disease, the America’s Cup remains optimistic for the 36th Match to have an epic summer of competition in Auckland, New Zealand. Video uploaded Jun 24, 2020. 36th America’s Cup In addition to Challenges from […]

    Auckland’s Summer of Sailing

    While the world endures the COVID-19 disease, the America’s Cup remains optimistic for the 36th Match to have an epic summer of competition in Auckland, New Zealand. Video uploaded Jun 24, 2020. 36th America’s Cup In addition to Challenges from […]

  • Louise Kevin Burke, 85, of Annapolis MD, passed away on June 16, 2020 in Danvers, MA. Born in Swampscott, MA, Louise was the daughter of the late Edward and Marguerite Kevin. Louise attended Swampscott schools and graduated from Swampscott High […]

    Eight Bells: Louise Kevin Burke

    Louise Kevin Burke, 85, of Annapolis MD, passed away on June 16, 2020 in Danvers, MA. Born in Swampscott, MA, Louise was the daughter of the late Edward and Marguerite Kevin. Louise attended Swampscott schools and graduated from Swampscott High […]

  • We are now heading into the longest daylight days of the year. It has been a very interesting spring to say the least and the start of summer is welcome. We feel sorry for the many businesses and employees who […]

    Reassessing our values and priorities

    We are now heading into the longest daylight days of the year. It has been a very interesting spring to say the least and the start of summer is welcome. We feel sorry for the many businesses and employees who […]

  • by Holley Toppa It’s strange to think that the summer sailing of 2020 in Newport was kicked off with Wednesday night Shields racing. After the start on the first upwind leg, my dad, Mike Toppa is at the helm. Wednesday […]

    Coronavirus has a silver lining

    by Holley Toppa It’s strange to think that the summer sailing of 2020 in Newport was kicked off with Wednesday night Shields racing. After the start on the first upwind leg, my dad, Mike Toppa is at the helm. Wednesday […]

  • For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

    R2AK Time Machine Day 8/25

    For five years, the Race to Alaska, a 750-mile course from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan, Alaska, proved that journey trumps destination, and while COVID-19 cancelled the 2020 edition, the Organizing Authority is, for 25 days, sharing their fondest memories […]

  • The On Course series takes a regular look at the sailing world, and while much of the sport remains on lock down, show host Matt Sheahan still finds plenty to report on. Two chunky features stand out in this episode; […]

    OnCourse – Episode 4

    The On Course series takes a regular look at the sailing world, and while much of the sport remains on lock down, show host Matt Sheahan still finds plenty to report on. Two chunky features stand out in this episode; […]

  • Bristol, RI (June 23, 2020) – US Sailing announced revisions to their Selection Procedures, which included the conclusion of the Men’s 470 Olympic Trials based on the results of the first two selection events. As a result of these updates, […]

    McNay and Hughes earn Tokyo 2020 bid

    Bristol, RI (June 23, 2020) – US Sailing announced revisions to their Selection Procedures, which included the conclusion of the Men’s 470 Olympic Trials based on the results of the first two selection events. As a result of these updates, […]

  • Bristol, RI (June 23, 2020) – As a result of the postponement of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, US Sailing has updated the Athlete Selection Procedures for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team in accordance with Guiding Principles from the […]

    Updated selection procedure for 2020 US Olympic Sailing Team

    Bristol, RI (June 23, 2020) – As a result of the postponement of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, US Sailing has updated the Athlete Selection Procedures for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team in accordance with Guiding Principles from the […]

  • (June 23, 2020) – With the 52nd running of the Newport Bermuda Race postponed until 2022 due to the COVID-19 disease, volunteers on the Bermuda Race Organizing Committee shifted focus to develop an online approach to keep the spirit of […]

    Online Bermuda Race Winners Declared

    (June 23, 2020) – With the 52nd running of the Newport Bermuda Race postponed until 2022 due to the COVID-19 disease, volunteers on the Bermuda Race Organizing Committee shifted focus to develop an online approach to keep the spirit of […]

  • Newport, RI (June 23, 2020) – The National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHOF) announced today nine sailors comprising its 10th anniversary class of inductees. The Class of 2020 includes: • James E. Buttersworth, the renowned 19th century maritime painter; • […]

    Hall of Fame reveals 2020 Inductees

    Newport, RI (June 23, 2020) – The National Sailing Hall of Fame (NSHOF) announced today nine sailors comprising its 10th anniversary class of inductees. The Class of 2020 includes: • James E. Buttersworth, the renowned 19th century maritime painter; • […]

  • (June 23, 2020) – Because of the varying levels of infection and disruption across the world, the 2020 J/24 US National Championship, originally scheduled for September 24-27, has been cancelled. The 2021 US National Championship will be held at Malletts […]

    2020 J/24 US National Champs cancelled

    (June 23, 2020) – Because of the varying levels of infection and disruption across the world, the 2020 J/24 US National Championship, originally scheduled for September 24-27, has been cancelled. The 2021 US National Championship will be held at Malletts […]

  • When the escalation of the COVID-19 disease began impacting the competition calendar, the US Sailing Team had completed their 2020 Olympic Trials in seven of 10 events, with the final stage to determine the Finn representative among the cancelled events. […]

    Caleb Paine ends Tokyo 2020 bid

    When the escalation of the COVID-19 disease began impacting the competition calendar, the US Sailing Team had completed their 2020 Olympic Trials in seven of 10 events, with the final stage to determine the Finn representative among the cancelled events. […]

  • When a society is a large group of interacting people in a defined territory, sharing a common culture, but unable to interact due to the COVID-19 disease, retaining the communal features requires a re-think. Enter eSailing. What gained notoriety as […]

    Bananas good, COVID-19 bad

    When a society is a large group of interacting people in a defined territory, sharing a common culture, but unable to interact due to the COVID-19 disease, retaining the communal features requires a re-think. Enter eSailing. What gained notoriety as […]

  • The owners and organizers of La Solitaire du Figaro, OC Sport Pen Duick, have confirmed that the flagship race of the French Elite Offshore Racing Championship will go ahead at the end of the summer 2020. As many as 35 […]

    La Solitaire du Figaro is a go

    The owners and organizers of La Solitaire du Figaro, OC Sport Pen Duick, have confirmed that the flagship race of the French Elite Offshore Racing Championship will go ahead at the end of the summer 2020. As many as 35 […]

  • Rick Tomlinson is a photographer and sailor whose relationship with the Ocean Race runs deep. He first stepped onboard a Whitbread boat as a sailor back in 1985. From there, Rick pioneered the role of capturing life onboard as a […]

    VIDEO: Photographer Rick Tomlinson

    Rick Tomlinson is a photographer and sailor whose relationship with the Ocean Race runs deep. He first stepped onboard a Whitbread boat as a sailor back in 1985. From there, Rick pioneered the role of capturing life onboard as a […]

  • World Sailing provides a compilation of sailing footage: • An up close and personal view with a leading kiteboader • How to train with World Champion and Olympian Zsombor Berecz • Sailing in sunny Puerto Rico • #StayAtHome and continue […]

    VIDEO: #SailingAllTogether – Week 6

    World Sailing provides a compilation of sailing footage: • An up close and personal view with a leading kiteboader • How to train with World Champion and Olympian Zsombor Berecz • Sailing in sunny Puerto Rico • #StayAtHome and continue […]

  • by Scott Alle, Ocean Media One of Australia’s best-known and most successful sailors, Adrienne Cahalan OAM, says she’s looking forward to the multiple challenges of the Mixed Two Person Offshore Keelboat category in the Paris Games in 2024. The First […]

    Adrienne Cahalan: Ready for the rigors

    by Scott Alle, Ocean Media One of Australia’s best-known and most successful sailors, Adrienne Cahalan OAM, says she’s looking forward to the multiple challenges of the Mixed Two Person Offshore Keelboat category in the Paris Games in 2024. The First […]

  • Built to guide mariners through safe waters, the Valiant Rock Lighted Whistle Buoy 11 was dangerously adrift in the Long Island Sound. When ferry operators traveling between Orient Point and Fishers Island, New York, first reported the buoy off station […]

    The wayward buoy of Long Island Sound

    Built to guide mariners through safe waters, the Valiant Rock Lighted Whistle Buoy 11 was dangerously adrift in the Long Island Sound. When ferry operators traveling between Orient Point and Fishers Island, New York, first reported the buoy off station […]

  • As a sport that relies on the weather, boaters have an awareness that provides anticipation and preparedness for problems. Looking across the water and beyond, we see things others might miss. It is a valued skill, particularly when risk is […]

    Trust your weather instincts

    As a sport that relies on the weather, boaters have an awareness that provides anticipation and preparedness for problems. Looking across the water and beyond, we see things others might miss. It is a valued skill, particularly when risk is […]

  • Sail Newport, founded in 1983, is home to New England’s largest public sailing center and is considered Rhode Island’s premier public sailing site. While its mission is to attract new sailors to the sport, it also recognizes its role in […]

    Concentrate on the benefits of simplicity

    Sail Newport, founded in 1983, is home to New England’s largest public sailing center and is considered Rhode Island’s premier public sailing site. While its mission is to attract new sailors to the sport, it also recognizes its role in […]

  • Exuma is a treasure of the Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands, with the largest being Great Exuma, home to George Town which is the capital and largest town in the region. It is also there where past meets present […]

    For the first time in 67 years of existence

    Exuma is a treasure of the Bahamas, consisting of over 365 islands, with the largest being Great Exuma, home to George Town which is the capital and largest town in the region. It is also there where past meets present […]

  • The 2019 and 2020 and Youth World Match Racing Champions, Australians Tom Grimes and James Hodgson, respectively, along with defending champion Nick Egnot-Johnson (NZL) lead the field of skippers for the Governor’s Cup International Youth Match Racing Championship on July […]

    Governor’s Cup confirms invitation list

    The 2019 and 2020 and Youth World Match Racing Champions, Australians Tom Grimes and James Hodgson, respectively, along with defending champion Nick Egnot-Johnson (NZL) lead the field of skippers for the Governor’s Cup International Youth Match Racing Championship on July […]

  • Italian sailing media FARAVELA, while following an e-sailing broadcast, caught Max Sirena, Skipper and Team Director of the America’s Cup challenger Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli team, explain how they are remaining compliant within the health guidelines of Cagliari, Italy: “We […]

    Motors replace men on Luna Rossa

    Italian sailing media FARAVELA, while following an e-sailing broadcast, caught Max Sirena, Skipper and Team Director of the America’s Cup challenger Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli team, explain how they are remaining compliant within the health guidelines of Cagliari, Italy: “We […]

  • Source: sailingscuttlebutt

    VIDEO: COVID-19 bailout plan

    Source: sailingscuttlebutt

  • by Liam Morgan, insidethegames World Sailing President Kim Andersen has hit back at his “disrespectful” critics after confirming he will seek a second four-year term at the helm. Andersen told insidethegames he will stand for re-election during a vote which […]

    Kim Andersen hits back at critics

    by Liam Morgan, insidethegames World Sailing President Kim Andersen has hit back at his “disrespectful” critics after confirming he will seek a second four-year term at the helm. Andersen told insidethegames he will stand for re-election during a vote which […]

  • An initiative for sailors with disabilities, Team Clagett, is a new program developed as a means of providing selected sailors the opportunity to experience training and racing at elite sailing events. Building upon the Clagett’s Boat Grant Program that was […]

    The Clagett announces Team Clagett

    An initiative for sailors with disabilities, Team Clagett, is a new program developed as a means of providing selected sailors the opportunity to experience training and racing at elite sailing events. Building upon the Clagett’s Boat Grant Program that was […]

  • Saildrones are wind and solar-powered autonomous boats which have crossed oceans and make possible cost-effective data collection. Weighing 1653 pounds, each Saildrone consists of a narrow seven-meter-long hull, a five-meter-tall wing, and a keel with a 2.5-meter draft. When five […]

    When working at home is the ocean

    Saildrones are wind and solar-powered autonomous boats which have crossed oceans and make possible cost-effective data collection. Weighing 1653 pounds, each Saildrone consists of a narrow seven-meter-long hull, a five-meter-tall wing, and a keel with a 2.5-meter draft. When five […]

  • by Chris Museler, Sailing World Paul Sevigny is on a mission. He wants to slay giants and, along the way, revolutionize the handicap racing scene in America. How’s he going to do that? Win a world championship in a sporty […]

    For the good of the beer-can sailor

    by Chris Museler, Sailing World Paul Sevigny is on a mission. He wants to slay giants and, along the way, revolutionize the handicap racing scene in America. How’s he going to do that? Win a world championship in a sporty […]

  • Source: sailingscuttlebutt

    VIDEO: NOLA know how to do it

    Source: sailingscuttlebutt

  • Created by the Storm Trysail Foundation, the Safety at Sea video series serves as a resource for sailors. Normally, reserved for Safety at Sea Seminar participants, the Storm Trysail Club is releasing these videos to the public now for sailors […]

    VIDEO: Understanding Weather

    Created by the Storm Trysail Foundation, the Safety at Sea video series serves as a resource for sailors. Normally, reserved for Safety at Sea Seminar participants, the Storm Trysail Club is releasing these videos to the public now for sailors […]

  • by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News Once the Tokyo 2020 Olympics were postponed one year, I became curious if this delay would impact a nation’s selection process. Unlike many other Olympic events which may include several athletes from the same […]

    Team GB holds firm for Tokyo 2020

    by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News Once the Tokyo 2020 Olympics were postponed one year, I became curious if this delay would impact a nation’s selection process. Unlike many other Olympic events which may include several athletes from the same […]

  • Two-time America’s Cup winner Peter Isler is using his Emmy award-winning skills in a new webinar series which seeks to explore the wide world of sailing. In this report, he shares the genesis of the project: As the COVID-19 pandemic […]

    Living online during these crazy times

    Two-time America’s Cup winner Peter Isler is using his Emmy award-winning skills in a new webinar series which seeks to explore the wide world of sailing. In this report, he shares the genesis of the project: As the COVID-19 pandemic […]

  • It’s been a perfect storm for the governing body for the sport of sailing – World Sailing. Already struggling financially, a result of plans gone awry, the coronavirus outbreak began washing waves over the gunwale, and now the postponement of […]

    Pan-Pan call from World Sailing

    It’s been a perfect storm for the governing body for the sport of sailing – World Sailing. Already struggling financially, a result of plans gone awry, the coronavirus outbreak began washing waves over the gunwale, and now the postponement of […]