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Add the brand-ass new MC 31 to the 30′ arena. here we go, y’all!  

December 20th, 2014

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Lottsa Pimpin’ today. Hell, it’s X-mas time, right? Your performance-loving friends at Velocitek are offering Free 2-Day Shipping (US Only) with every order on their website! Order now through December 21st and get it by Christmas, guaranteed!. ‘Twas seconds to the start, and all down the line, Many boats were over, except, of course, mine. [...]

December 20th, 2014

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December 19th, 2014

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The essence of sailing: incredible footage by Onboard Reporter Amory Ross, evocative music from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra , conducted by Michael Seal – with special thanks to Visit Abu Dhabi.  

December 19th, 2014

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Big Pimpin’ Tactical Sailing is an educational computer game not only for sailing beginners but also regatta newcomers, regatta freaks and for coaches. The basic of the game is founded on optimal usage of the wind. This is important to every sailor, whether beginner or regatta freak. With our modern computer simulator the wind becomes [...]

December 19th, 2014

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More good times from The Cup that doesn’t matter anymore. Thanks to the Couthouse news…. A sailor on Oracle Racing’s winning America’s Cup team claims in court that he had to shell out $68,000 for a lawyer to fight charges that he tweaked the rules by adding extra weight to a sailboat. Matthew Mitchell sued [...]

December 19th, 2014

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Big Pimpin’ A subscription to Seahorse. If Santa were a sailor it¹s what he¹d want. Print. Digital.  

December 18th, 2014

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Local Knowledge My name is Julio Paredes and I have a 7 year old son that sails on an Open bic in the Columbia River in Oregon.  As the wind pics up here in the Gorge, the Open Bic becomes hard to handle especially downwind for a 50lbs kid. Sailworks, a local windsufing sail loft [...]

December 18th, 2014

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December 17th, 2014

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There’s something special about a pretty drawing, and Francois Chevalier has long been the world’s most interesting racing yacht illustrator.  He and the Anarchists over at the ChevalierTaglang blog have knocked up not only this awesome drawing of Comanche, but all 5 of the Supermaxis contesting this year’s Hobart. They’ve even got analysis, and thanks [...]

December 17th, 2014

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The history is a little foggy, but Lemon & Line was launched one summer night over a healthy ration of Dark ‘n Stormys. Staring down at the weathered turks head bracelet on his wrist, life-long sailor David Norton saw the opportunity for something different. Using only marine grade materials, he set out to make the [...]

December 17th, 2014

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Finally, here is the full story, as only the skipper could tell it.  55 minutes of everything about the why, the how, and the what next after the shipwreck that shocked the world. Huge thanks to the M32 Series, Gosford Sailing Club, Redhanded TV, Penalty Box Productions, Morten and Team Vestas Wind, and Megan, the [...]

December 17th, 2014

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With Key West just around the corner it’s well past time to drop weight for the procrastinating grand prix racer; want to learn how the most elite fighters cut 20 pounds in five days?  Don’t try this at home, kids – this is just an illustration of just how crazy weight manipulation can get.  From [...]

December 17th, 2014

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Mr. Clean’s headed over to Abu Dhabi next week to bring you more of what a sailor wants to see, but already, SA Middle East Bureau Chief Jeff B is on the ground putting his own slices of life together with some Canon L glass.  He ain’t Borlenghi but he’s got a good eye, and [...]

December 16th, 2014

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We were so motivated by the youth-centric feel at last week’s Melges 32 Worlds (and stay tuned for the full movie from that one coming soon) that we arranged a little trans-oceanic conversation between M32 alums Charlie and Mark and the Worlds fleet on Team Alvimedica.  Petey Crawford and the Alvi editing crew put it [...]

December 16th, 2014

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Likely old news for many of you, we dig it. Click on the pic and you’ll see.  

December 16th, 2014

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We’re not quite sure how we missed this one, but here’s today’s Public Service Announcement:  Think about your GoPro helmet mount kit, and think hard.  Why?  Because there might just be a chance it could turn you into a paraplegic, or worse. All this because of an interview with a lone French F1 journalist – [...]

December 16th, 2014

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How long are the entrenched, formulaic junior sailing problems going to continue to foist the piggy, overpriced antiquated  Opti’s and Sabots on a youth would otherwise not even bother setting foot in them if they weren’t forced to? This looks like a pretty god damn good direction to head. Wake up, junior programs, before the [...]

December 16th, 2014

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Question of the Week N00b ‘beezer’ asks: When someone says this is “Grand Prix” racing or a boat setup is “Grand Prix style,” what does that actually mean?  I assume it means a big boat and big bills?  Top of the line everything?  Is there a size cutoff? How do you define “Grand Prix Sailing” [...]

December 16th, 2014

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We still cannot for the life of us understand what is going through ISAF, the IOC, and the dozens of governing bodies’ minds when it comes to the dangerous levels of pollution that even Brazil admits it won’t be able to solve as promised to the IOC by 2016, much less this summer’s Test Event.  [...]

December 15th, 2014

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Succumbing to the same fear that spurred the creation of what has been dubiously called the ‘biggest spinnaker ever built’ for the Perpetual Loyal, Jim Clark’s big native was seen today sporting her own monster mega-kite, an answer to the 10-degree advantaged soaking power that shot the old Speedboat out the back of Wild Oats XI’s [...]

December 15th, 2014

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From a healthy-looking yachtie to a meth-addled trucker in just 3 weeks; Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing war correspondent Matt Knighton shows just how hard life is at the extreme – and there hasn’t even been an extreme leg yet.  And he’s got the least physically demanding job on the boat. Nice work from Ian Roman.  [...]

December 15th, 2014

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His crew have seen it too often to be surprised but Kenny Read is both a gifted showman and great ambassador for the sport. On a Sunday morning at Woolwich dock in Sydney, a fleet of local Optis’s were just finishing their session on the water when Kenny leaned over the rail to the Opti [...]

December 14th, 2014

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The required “bad-ass” look in big boats is the black on black look. How long until it’s white on white? These are a couple of bad-ass MC 38′s racing for the best black look. They both won.  

December 13th, 2014

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After a thrilling final Team Brunel has won the second leg of the Volvo Ocean Race. The Dutch Volvo Ocean Race boat sailed over the finish line in Abu Dhabi on Saturday morning 16 minutes ahead of the second-placed boat Dongfeng Race Team. It took skipper Bouwe Bekking and his men 23 days and 16 [...]

December 13th, 2014

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Dongfeng Racing hangs on to a slim lead over Bouwe and the Brunel boys, with Ian Walker’s Abu Dhabi team just a few miles back with a hair over 100 miles to the finish.  And when the sun comes up in Abu Dhabi today, the Volvo Ocean Race folks will bring the last piece of [...]

December 12th, 2014

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Chris Nicholson sat down with us on Friday for his first real interview since his return to civilization, and with the help of about a hundred Anarchist-sourced questions we had an emotional, hour-long discussion that should answer all your questions about the grounding, the evacuation, the cleanup, the rescue, the salvage, and the future.  With [...]

December 12th, 2014

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Okay, probably not as creepy as the walkers of  The Walking Dead, but weird nonetheless!  

December 12th, 2014

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Design 101 Chines, chines, chines! Anarchy will you find a pro to explain why we have the chine instead of arcs on boats like Ran, Comanche, and all the open 60s??? Grey McGown Fort Worth. The selection of a chined or round bilged hull form is often not a clear cut choice and a number [...]

December 12th, 2014

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