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  • 2020 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race cancelled
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    It is with great regret that the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia announces that the 76th Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race will not be proceeding in 2020.

  • Emirates team New Zealand win PRADA ACWS Auckland
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    The crowds were out basking in the sun at Auckland’s America’s Cup Race Village, right outside the doorstep of the Emirates Team New Zealand base to soak up the building atmosphere in anticipation for the final day of racing for the PRADA ACWS Auckland.

  • New York Yacht Club American Magic
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    Four match races have been held on the second day of the PRADA ACWS Auckland on race course C, the preferred playing field  as it brings the racing right into the heart of the Waitematā Harbour, with a shifty and puffy Northwest breezes between 10 to 14 knots.

  • New York Yacht Club American Magic is leading the PRADA ACWS Auckland
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    The first racing day of the PRADA ACWS Auckland has just concluded and New York Yacht Club American Magic is leading the provisional ranking after winning both the matches they raced today. In second position comes Emirates Team New Zealand (1 point), third Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli (1 point) and fourth INEOS TEAM UK (0 points).  

  • Jangada win RORC Yacht of the Year 2020
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    The 2020 RORC Yacht of the Year, winning the Somerset Memorial Trophy is the British JPK 10.10 Jangada, owned by Richard Palmer. Racing with Jeremy Waitt as crew, Jangada was the overall winner of the RORC Transatlantic Race and winner of the Two-Handed Class for the RORC Caribbean 600. Only two other Two-Handed teams have won the award before; Shaun Murphy with Slingshot in 2006 and Nick Martin with Diablo-J in 2012.

  • Marine Weather University
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    Marine Weather University has had a big year. Launched just six months ago, veteran meteorologist, Chris Bedford and 2x America's Cup winning navigator Peter Isler teamed up to provide the best marine weather education on the planet.   Today MWU’s university-level curriculum features over 20 individual classes – all online so students can learn at their own pace. 

  • 2021 Rolex Fastnet Race
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    With less than one month to go until entry opens for the 48th edition of the Rolex Fastnet Race, the RORC Race Team are concerned there will be a repeat of the 2019 rush to enter when the race became oversubscribed in less than 5 minutes.

  • Oyster 495
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    Oyster Yachts has announced the Oyster 495, the company’s much anticipated 50-foot yacht, which promises to set the standard in her class.  

  • boot Düsseldorf 2021
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    Messe Düsseldorf has decided with its partners and exhibitors to shift boot 2021 to the 17 to 25 April. Everything a watersports lover could dream of will be waiting for you here again then, just before the new season starts.

  • Vendee Globe
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    British skipper Sam Davies confirmed her retirement from the Vendée Globe today as she arrived in Cape Town, South Africa. But while the race is over for her, and she joins compatriot Alex Thomson who abandoned on arrival yesterday, Davies says she would like to finish her course unofficially and complete her adventure if her Initiatives Coeur can be repaired properly. The British duo were joined this afternoon by Frenchman Sébastien Simon (ARKEA PAPREC) who retired yesterday.