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Race Chairman Chris Woolsey gets personal as he heads to Cuba to welcome in the Miami-Havana Race fleet. Marco Oquendo photo of the line honors winner Trebuchet with a bunch more on SORC Facebook. From the race thread. Okay, after many months of preparation and 24/7 phone calls and emails, arguing with PayPal, various government […]
We’re afraid Bedford’s problem hits near and dear to many of us who either have suffered from, or know someone who has fallen to the sweet siren call of sailing… Hi, my name is Bedford. I guess it started back when I was in my teens. I started experimenting with sailing, a race here a […]
Kiwi A-Cat sailor and past Olympian Murray Philpott died in a glider crash in central Otago, NZ yesterday. SA’er ‘TornadoALIVE’ posted this obit from IACA Technical head Graeme Harbour. The International A Class Association is deeply saddened by the death of New Zealand A Class sailor Murray Philpott in a tragic gliding accident on the […]
Would this be protein or animal style? Oh yeah, what is it?
Nobody is fooling anybody here – Money, plain and simple, won the Melges 20 Miami Winter Regatta. Our guesstimate at the combined daily rate paid to the pros on the first and second place Kilroy boats is something around $6,000. Per day. Every day. That is every race day, practice day (of which there are […]
The first offshore proa?
Clean Report For around thirty years now, ISAF (now known as World Sailing) has had a peculiar rule. It’s a rule that almost every other sporting organization long ago learned wasn’t enforceable, but somehow, World Sailing didn’t get the memo. And as The Ed reported yesterday, World Sailing is using this rule as a bludgeon […]
Thick fog apparently led to the death of two sailors not far from Cape Town on Monday, when skipper George Mills ran his 47′ yacht Tara onto rocks near Table Bay. Mills and Rachel Daly from Ireland died as the yacht was broken up, her injured husband reached shore and eventual rescue. Another reminder of […]