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Ready for some more FREE live racing action?  We are!  Day one of the M32 Scandinavian Series from Helsinki is live, now.  

September 3rd, 2015

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Not content with its ‘provocative policing practices‘ igniting the biggest period of civil unrest in America in half a century, the animals running the Missouri Department of Highway Patrol have finally been called to task by a Senator for the attempted cover-up of the killing of a college student on Lake of the Ozarks last [...]

September 3rd, 2015

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Superstar racing commentator Mr. Clean is BACK behind the microphone and the breeze is ON here in the Northlands as the M32 Cat fleet readies for 8 days of shit hot racing over the next 12.  So if you didn’t get your fill from some other series in Sweden last week, rest assured: Sailing Anarchy [...]

September 2nd, 2015

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Brian Hancock brings us yet another look at a player in the sport doing it his way. Be sure to check out Brian’s superb blog, All About Sails. These days it’s getting harder and harder to do something in sailing that’s never been done before. It used to be that a solo circumnavigation was enough. [...]

September 1st, 2015

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Big Pimpin’ From September 1st through October 31st, Mauri Pro will run a contest for one lucky winner and their guest to experience the annual Whale Shark Migration while diving and snorkeling the untouched reefs of Belize. You can be on board the lead boat for this incredible journey with flights for two provided by Mauri [...]

September 1st, 2015

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Olympic Fecal Report We say Big Fucking Deal. Regardless of their “findings” (which you know have to be suspect as hell), the IOC still refuses to move the venues. Unfuckingbelievable. Olympic organizers promised Tuesday to introduce viral testing in the polluted waters in Rio de Janeiro where about 1,400 athletes will compete in next year’s [...]

September 1st, 2015

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The poor man’s canting keel? You decide…  

September 1st, 2015

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America’s Cup September 1 at 6:22pm On Friday afternoon, as part of the opening activities of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series in Gothenburg, the event agency of the local host released balloons from the Kids Zone of the Event Village. According to the local agency, the balloons were made from natural latex and [...]

September 1st, 2015

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Looks like a good (bad) story behind the capsizing of Clandesteam at the Miglia 100. Thanks to Vela for the photo/story.  

September 1st, 2015

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Just 90 miles from the coast of Key West is Havana.  It has been and elusive sailing destination since 1961 when the US imposed an economic embargo against Cuba. Now for the first time the United States has begun to allow limited boat travel to Cuba. This will not be the first time the CRC has [...]

September 1st, 2015

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Pretty bitchin, we’d say! The Leech 650 looking pretty bad ass!  

August 31st, 2015

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Maybe China coverage could beat the world for viewing figures. The sailing community seem to have got behind it as they (CCTV5+) have selected someone who knows what they are talking about to do the commentary. Li Li is not a product of the Chinese Sailing team system having got into sailing on her own account [...]

August 31st, 2015

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We’re most of the way through the Sperry/Sailing Anarchy World Tour 2015 and we hope you’ve enjoyed our selection of the world’s most interesting classes and events so far.  Last week, we sent superstar sportboater and video legend Petey Crawford to the Columbia River Gorge to figure out why the sportboat that began the revolution [...]

August 31st, 2015

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We don’t have to feign shock at the latest comically silly behavior from the America’s Cup; the release of thousands of balloons into the air to celebrate the end of the otherwise non-noteworthy America’s Cup World Series Göteberg event. It seems like just yesterday when the America’s Cup had partners like Sailors for the Sea [...]

August 31st, 2015

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From the Aegean Regatta, thanks to Nikos Zagas.  

August 30th, 2015

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What is 92′ long, 24′ wide, cost $6.2 million, took 4 years to build, and is about to be unveiled in San Diego this Friday? Oh yeah, it may not be super quick, weighing in at a hefty 150 tons.. Check it.  

August 30th, 2015

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…but god damn, this is impressive!!  

August 28th, 2015

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Question of the Week The most common question we’ve gotten over the past month is some version of “what’s going on with/why can’t I watch the America’s Cup like I could last time around?”  With the Gothenberg ACWS event ready for action this weekend, here’s the very bizarre explanation. Last month, Organizers of the America’s [...]

August 28th, 2015

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With the Little America’s Cup fast approaching (and the entirely expected but still sad withdrawal of Rob Patterson’s Canadian team, the guy whose dominance nearly killed the C-Class checks in with his latest idea for taking the Cup back to the USA, and in a competition that may be more floating than foiling, it’s clever [...]

August 28th, 2015

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A pair of big storms is set to drench the US, but without a major hit in some time, you can smell most of America (aside from the Weather Channel and Home Depot) getting complacent.  Are we so programmed to quickly forget the current tragedy that we’re doomed to repeat it?  A look at New [...]

August 28th, 2015

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Well perhaps not a crisis, but a pretty radical mid-life change of course for Wild Oats. Thanks to Andrea Francolini for the shots.  

August 27th, 2015

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Brian Hancock takes a look back at some impressive sailor chicks… I watched a really great movie last night. Maidentrip, a documentary about Laura Dekker and her solo circumnavigation to become the youngest person ever to make a lap of the planet. It was great on so many levels but what resonated with me most [...]

August 27th, 2015

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Gotta love an advertiser who has a little fun abusing their products…!  

August 27th, 2015

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So how many more pictures like this and stories like this need to be seen before someone with some integrity, intelligence and balls pulls the plug on Olympic Sailing in this shit swamp? Move this event out of the bay and into the ocean, where at least there is less of a chance that untreated [...]

August 27th, 2015

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Not sure if anyone cares but somehow I ended up owning  two old Wylie 31′s known as the Gemini Twins from 76. Cool old cold molded no rules boats designed to race in SF. I’d love to know more history so maybe the forums can help. Bought one in Newport and one in Alameda rumor [...]

August 26th, 2015

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Dunno, but it looks pretty slick. Whatcha got?  

August 25th, 2015

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Anarchist Rail Meat, owner of the Class 40 Dragon, has plenty to say about their Fastnet… With all due respect, I think Brian Hancock has spent too much time Dreaming about Speed and perhaps has forgotten what sailing and racing truly is all about (see Breathless – ed).  This year’s edition of Fastnet was a [...]

August 25th, 2015

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Big Pimpin’ Most of my accumulated knowledge about this masochistic sport we call sailing (formerly yachting, for snobs or traditionalists) has resulted from mishaps, screw-ups or just plain dumb headedness. My issues with sailing began as a youngster. I will never forget my first race and rigging our Pelican dingy on the sandy banks of [...]

August 25th, 2015

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The conclusion to Jen Edney’s G4 delivery story.  Part 1 is here. The best watches were typically sitting on 14-22 knots. Shannon would perch up at the helm with various gourmet snacks, euro-techno blaring, and hitting speeds at up to 25 knots. A two time winner of the America’s Cup, he has an almost incessant [...]

August 25th, 2015

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After coming in second over the line and fourth on handicap in the Bayview Mackinac Race, Curt Jazwiecki put his Melges 24 Gnarly Ruca into singlehanded mode for some outlaw racing in one of the last anti-sportboat regions left.  Here’s Curt’s blog page, and here’s his story: Putting the M24 in Mac race mode took [...]

August 25th, 2015

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