Sailing News October

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  • How the TP52 fleet uses America’s Cup tech
    by Helen Fretter on May 19, 2022 at 5:30 am

    Helen Fretter finds out how America’s cup surveillance tactics are used to find marginal gains in the TP52 fleet as they chase that final 1 per cent As the TP52 fleet sweeps around the bottom mark off Palma, eyes turn to the sky. This isn’t a predictable …Continue reading » The post How the TP52 fleet uses America’s Cup tech appeared first on Yachting World.

  • Pretty Tough: the Contessa 32 at 50
    by Elaine Bunting on May 18, 2022 at 7:00 am

    The Contessa 32 celebrates its half-century this year. Elaine Bunting traces its enduring appeal for adventurous sailors. Alan Ker on the Contessa 32 “We were prepared for a very rough night but we didn’t have any inkling …Continue reading » The post Pretty Tough: the Contessa 32 at 50 appeared first on Yachting World.

  • An Arctic adventure: ice-bound in Spitsbergen
    by Tom Cunliffe on May 16, 2022 at 9:15 am

    Tom Cunliffe introduces this extract from My Name is Life, as ‘Captain’ Andy Jankowski explores Spitsbergen Andrzej Jankowski, better known as Captain Andy, is a one-off. I met him in Warsaw when I was launching a …Continue reading » The post An Arctic adventure: ice-bound in Spitsbergen appeared first on Yachting World.

  • Sail GP runs out of boats: Outteridge grounded for start of season 3
    by Helen Fretter on May 15, 2022 at 12:33 pm

    With two new teams joining SailGP circuit, Team Japan, skippered by Nathan Outteridge is without a boat for the start of the third season. The SailGP F50 catamaran fleet in action on Race Day 1 of Bermuda SailGP presented by Hamilton Princess, Season 3, in Bermuda. 14th May 2022. Photo: Bob Martin for SailGP. Handout image supplied by SailGP In a bizarre symptom of the rapid growth of the SailGP circuit, one of the event’s top teams – Team …Continue reading » The post Sail GP runs out of boats: Outteridge grounded for start of season 3 appeared first on Yachting World.

  • FlyingNikka 60ft custom foiler takes flight on first sail
    by Helen Fretter on May 12, 2022 at 6:59 pm

    FlyingNikka, a custom-designed 60ft fully foiling racing yacht, took flight during her first day of test sails. FlyingNikka, a custom-designed 60ft racing yacht designed to be the first fully foiling Mini Maxi, took flight during her first …Continue reading » The post FlyingNikka 60ft custom foiler takes flight on first sail appeared first on Yachting World.

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