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Sail-World News

Racing sailing, cruising, and leisure marine industry news updated every hour
  1. Zhik has a long history of collaborating with the world's best dinghy sailors to create world-renowned hiking products. The all-new hiking range combines this wealth of experience to create hiking suits and pads that enable you to hike harder for longer.
  2. The Herreshoff Marine Museum / America's Cup Hall of Fame welcomes Josh Belsky, Bob Fisher, Kevin Shoebridge and Juan Vila as Class of 2024 inductees of the America's Cup Hall of Fame.
  3. The best aspects of regatta sailing crystallised for the record fleet contesting the second day of the Passage Series (Commodores Cup). It turned-out to be a highly memorable day of threading out through the Port Stephens Heads.
  4. The biggest Freestyle Pro Tour event of the year is just one month away! The world's best freestyle windsurfers will travel to Vieste in Italy for the fourth edition of the FPT Vieste.
  5. Spirit of Helsinki (Finland) and Neptune (France) across the Line in McIntyre Ocean Globe. Maiden ETA 17:00 16th April - Can they grab Overall Race IRC Gold?
  6. Love 'em or hate 'em, the current America's Cup yachts certainly represent the cutting-edge of foiling and are the fastest windward-leeward sailing machines on water.
  7. RS Fest Miami celebrated the RS Sailing community in the United States over the Easter weekend, hosting the first ever multi-fleet RS regatta to take place in North America.
  8. UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy for the Ocean hands Nature's Baton to Greece's Prime Minister's Special Envoy for Oceans and Coordinator of the conference.
  9. Emirates Team New Zealand sailed a three hour plus session today, Monday. The word around the waterfront, is that they will be sailing for just two weeks, before packing up and heading for Barcelona where the serious workup will begin.
  10. The delightful unpredictability of yacht racing in light airs ensured a nail-biting opening day for crews aboard the record fleet of 115 boats assembled for the Sail Port Stephens Passage Series (Commodores Cup).