Courageous Alternatives for Paris

Laser, Melges a 14-year-old and RS Aero were put through hell at the trails of the sea which was for women as well as men 2024 Paris Sailing Olympic Competition World Sailing propelled a delicate procedure in May 2018 which welcomed Class Associations and Manufacturers to delicate for females as well as males in that event. Eight tenders were gotten and a Board of Directors delegated Working Party suggested that the Laser is incorporated as a full choice in the Sea Trials close by the D-Zero, RS Aero and 14 Melges.

Genuine Club Nautico Valencia (ESP) facilitated delegates of every producer and class just as an assessment board and 11 universal mariners with Olympic and World Championship experience. During the time mariners had the capacity to test and sail each watercraft. On water turns enabled the mariners to consistently cruise consistently and they were guided by class agents who helped the mariners accomplish the greatest capability of the vessels.
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The Achievements Of New Zealand That Needs To Be Applauded

It was a celebration time for New Zealand as a crew broke through the 44 years timeline when not a single tournament of the highest honor was on. Also, two sailors from the country helped the race team win one of the most intense and closest races in the history of the Volvo Ocean Racing. This turned to be a difficult decision for the judges to separate between the Marine team from Honda that had won a trophy which was considered as the world championship of racing and the two teammates of the New Zealand race team. They had been presented along with the trophy.

The Honda Marine Team was also the first in New Zealand to get the trophy in around 44 years. For Dongfeng’s victory, it was believed that Daryl Wislang and Stu Bannatyne played a major role in the Volvo Ocean Race. Though it was Wislang’s second and Bannatyne‘s fourth victory around the world, this win caused them to be renowned as the most successful sailors in Volvo Ocean Race history.
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Price Revised For Swan Sailing Yacht Capercaillie

The 24.68 meter sailing yacht Capercaillie that has been jointly listed for sale by Tim Quinlan at the Lilley Marine and Ocean Independence has had a further price reduction of €240,000.

This beautifully designed yacht has built in GRP by Finnish yard Nautor’s Swan and has been designed by German Frers, Capercaillie was launched in the year 1993 and it has been upgraded many times after that. The Below deck of Capercaillie features three air conditioned cabins and it include a spacious master suite, the suite has a double bed and include two guest cabins with twin singles. The cabin has an en suite, television, DVD system for entertainment and the bathroom. For children, an additional, smaller cabin is present with twin singles. The price of Capercaillie has been revised because of some reasons and it is now asking €960,000

On the yacht, the spacious teak-paneled main saloon is present, which is tastefully furnished and well decorated. The yacht is well equipped with a comprehensive entertainment system. The navigation and communications station present in the yacht comes with worldwide transmission facilities as well as with the state-of-the-art navigation systems.

The boat is a wide one and therefore the saloon area affords generous space. Here the dining area is present along with some personal space to get relax and watch a DVD. Alternatively, if guests want to sip a glass of champagne, then there is a fully operational bar lounge present. Drinks can be enjoyed with favorite music through the excellent sound system.

On deck, there is a cockpit layout present that allows for undisturbed sunbathing as well as relaxation amidships, while the task of sailing is handled aft. The awning present over offers the shade and the broad automated swim platform gives an easy access to the water. More details are available on the internet.

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Pensacola to Havana Race – final results

Bob Kriegel from Pensacola, FL, sailing his Pearson 424 ‘Acadia’ (monohull)and George Reiss from Panama City, FL, sailing his R&C ‘Bene Vita’ (multihull) shared the top prize in Andrews Institute Pensacola a la Habana Race 2015. Kreigel was top adjusted time finisher in seventeen-boat monohull band and Reiss was top adjusted time finisher of the four multihulls which began the historic renewal of yacht racing to Cuba from United States.

The race this year was five-hundred-eleven nautical miles from Pensacola to Havana. The fleet began on 31st October, with the tide at Bayou Chico Channel’s end, heads via the Pensacola Pass, leaves the sea buoy No. 1 to starboard and goes straight to Havana leaving Rebecca Shoals Light to port. The very last yacht went to Cuba on 5th November.

21 yachts from twenty-seven to fifty-seven feet long took part in 3 divisions — 4 Multihulls, 7 Classic Cruisers and 10 Modern Cruisers. Along the way 4 yachts withdrew, 2 because of damage. The crew from one of those Midnight sun II, came back to Pensacola, shifted their issues and gear onto ‘TraSea’, owned by one of her crew, and went for Cuba. Actually, the crew was awarded 3rd spot in Class B.

Topping the men’s was Malcolm Lamphere (Yale), while Juan Perdomo of Harvard was second and Enrique Arathoon of Charleston  was third. In the women’s fleet, the top spot was snatched by Haddon Hughes (of Georgetown), with Lindsey Baab (Brown) in the 2nd spot and Isabella Loosbrock (of Boston College) in the third spot.

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