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    America’s Cup, design work for American Magic continues following the launch of the Protocol

    by  • 23 November 2021 • America's Cup, American Magic, Breaking news, English, In evidenza, sailing, Vela

    American Magic, the U.S. Challenger for the 36th America's Cup and a prospective Challenger for the 37th, was pleased to receive the AC37 Protocol and updated AC75 Class Rule as part of a joint release earlier this week from the Defender, Emirates Team New Zealand, and the Challenger of Record, INEOS Britannia.

    37th America’s Cup, the protocol announcement

    by  • 18 November 2021 • America's Cup, Breaking news, English, In evidenza, sailing, Vela

    The Protocol of the 37th America’s Cup was released today by the Defender, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron and Emirates Team New Zealand and the Challenger of Record - Royal Yacht Squadron Ltd and their representative team INEOS Britannia, eight months to the day after Emirates Team New Zealand successfully defended the America’s Cup.

    Rolex Middle Sea Race, Comanche confirmed as overall winner

    by  • 1 November 2021 • Breaking news, comanche, English, In evidenza, rolex middle sea race, sailing, Vela

    The 30.48m/100ft Maxi Comanche (CAY) has been confirmed as the overall winner of the 42nd Rolex Middle Sea Race. Skippered by Mitch Booth, the exceptional crew of 23 included in its ranks the likes of Will Oxley, as navigator, Tom Slingsby, Kyle Langford, Shannon Falcone, Hugo Rocha, Justin Slattery, Willy Altadill and Luke Molloy.

    RC44 Worlds 2021, too much wind for the opening

    by  • 7 October 2021 • Breaking news, English, In evidenza, Monotipia, RC44, rc44 cup, rc44 worlds, Vela

    While the forecast indicated that it might be sailable, the opening day of this 11th RC44 World Championship was blown out with the northerly winds off Scarlino, Italy regularly reaching the high 20s and gusting into the high 30s. After a wait out on the water the race committee sent the boats back to the Marina di Scarlino to see if conditions would abate and when instead the wind built, soon after 1400 racing was abandoned for the day.

    SailGP, Ben Ainslie’s Great Britain SailGP Team becomes the first competing team in the SailGP league to take franchise ownership

    by  • 7 October 2021 • Breaking news, Dean Barker, English, In evidenza, Multiscafi, SailGP, sailing, Vela

    Ahead of the sixth event in the global racing league’s second season in Cádiz - Andalusia, the Great Britain SailGP Team has become the first of the existing eight SailGP teams to evolve to a third party owned franchise with Ben Ainslie, the world’s most successful Olympic sailor and America’s Cup winner, taking majority ownership of the team.

    America’s Cup, the venue is still to be determined

    by  • 17 September 2021 • America's Cup, Breaking news, English, In evidenza, Vela

    Auckland – Following a very close 37th America’s Cup (AC37) Host Venue selection process consisting of three compelling and professional international proposals, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (RNZYS) together with Emirates Team New Zealand (ETNZ), announced today that they are extending the selection period for the shortlisted offshore venues...

    Melges 24 European Championship, and the winners are… Altea and Lenny

    by  • 13 September 2021 • Breaking news, English, In evidenza, Melges 24, Monotipia, sailing, Vela

    After two full years of hiatus in the title events, the International Melges 24 Class returns to assign a main title: it was October 2019 when in Villasimius Luca Perego’s Maidollis was crowned World Champion for the second time, and, after that moment the pandemic blocked everything, preventing the dispute of the 2020 and 2021 World Championship and the 2020 European Championship.