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In a world of mega yachts and billionaires, this anarchist parked his gem right in the front row of ground zero at the Bahia Mar. – Anarchist Brandon. Title inspiration thanks to Body Count.  

October 19th, 2014

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Mikkel Anthonisen – dedicated doctor, dad and anarchist reporting. Their MS-crewed Challenge 67 “Oceans of Hope” is parked at the Shipyard in Newport right now undergoing some well-deserved TLC, while he is at home in Denmark with his wife and three kids for some of the same! Our circumnavigation to change the perceptions of Multiple [...]

October 19th, 2014

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Funny sail number from the old SR Max days, thanks to Anarchist Frank. Got a pic of a funny sail number?  

October 19th, 2014

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You guys always know everything, all the time, right? And in a brave new world of seemingly nothing but mulihulls, all the time, of every size, shape, purpose and price point, here then is a new one. Do you know what it be?  

October 19th, 2014

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Is this team, seen here foil testing,  the winner of the next America’s Cup?  Some think so…  

October 19th, 2014

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You know who you are, weirdo sailor dudes (funny, we never see chicks doing it) who have a major jones for R/C sailing. The Ed is unloading is his near-perfect 2013 DM2 (everything must go!) IOM. the boat is beautifully built and in beautiful shape. A great way to get into a good class, cheap. [...]

October 19th, 2014

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From our magical friends at Waterlust… How do oil and other toxins move from deep water onto the beach? Using dye and drones, a team of scientists conduct a series of experiments to explore how ocean currents transport material from offshore into the surf zone.  

October 19th, 2014

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Okay, make that carbon bits. It’s all kinda the same to us, only this is better, and it’s our follow up to our Carbon Beach tease from Thursday. Looks pretty good no matter how you look at it to us. And here’s the “official” story… Diana Hall, (Hall Spars family) creates masterpieces of jewelry in [...]

October 18th, 2014

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VOR Breaking News from onboard the Chinese DongFeng Team in the Volvo Ocean Race: At 2:10UTC, Thomas was driving when we hit something. The impact was violent. We did not know what we hit. We check the windward runner, we started to check the keel, and we wiped out. Then we realised the leeward rudder [...]

October 18th, 2014

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We’re not sure how long the webcam will hold up, but for the moment we have the rare luxury of watching a hurricane as it rolls into Bermuda.  Our thoughts are with all the Anarchists on island – stay safe.  Click the pic to see the live camera, and now for the PSA from SA [...]

October 17th, 2014

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Nothing like some fresh E to get you rollin‘…  

October 17th, 2014

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HOBIE TIGER OR BOYFRIEND NEED NEW HOME I am looking for a sailor who is crafty, and quick. Someone who can hitch and tow my boyfriends Hobie in 0.1 seconds off of my driveway- alt on Saturday I could arrange for the house to be empty, should the sailor be slow and drunk. Hobie Tiger [...]

October 17th, 2014

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This week’s SCOTW? Well, maybe. But jesus, we couldn’t resist. More tomorrow…  

October 16th, 2014

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Big Pimpin’ The Saphire 27 was born out of a passion and love for sailing! My idea was a unique boat that combines freedom, fun and speed with an easy handling. A boat that allows travelling around for pleasure and racing” “Everything needs to be at the right place and in very good quality. It [...]

October 16th, 2014

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October 16th, 2014

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We’ve already featured a story or two from the Viper 640 North Americans, but we found an even better one in our junk mail from newly minted NA Champ Chad Corning.  Corning got plenty of Viper experience while sailing aboard Jason Caroll’s Argo, and he stepped in on bow last month with Canadians Brad Boston [...]

October 16th, 2014

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October 16th, 2014

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The Farr 40 Worlds pulled together its best fleet in half a decade for this week’s action in San Fran, and after 3 races, Alex Roepers’ three bullets is obviously crushing it.  Roepers’ Plenty benefits from taking nearly most of the now-defunct Barking Mad crew – including Hutch, Trubie, and Skip B – the wide variety of skill [...]

October 16th, 2014

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Cat 4 Hurricane Gonzalo visited many of our favorite sailing destinations yesterday, and Antigua, Anguilla, St. Martin and St. Barths are all reeling.  Despite accurate forecasts days ago, dozens of yachts were tossed onto land in SXM and sunk in its lagoon.  It wasn’t just boats damaged, either – the 120 knot winds tore roofs [...]

October 16th, 2014

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The crew on Ruffian suddenly noticed the attached unfortunate sail number on one of the competitors spinnakers during the Scarborough Regatta. Never noticed before as we are normally in front. There must be more sail numbers around that don’t look good as a mirror image. Maybe a new feature on SA? – Anarchist Madelon. Ya [...]

October 16th, 2014

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Big Pimpin’ McConaghy Boats has recently completed the installation of a new significant investment into CNC equipment at its China facility. The new investment includes three German made Kuka 6-axis robotic CNC machines, a large scale 17mtr CNC fiber cutter and digitiser, industry leading 3D software, large flat panel 30 tonne press and state of [...]

October 16th, 2014

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Things are still pretty chaotic at Volvo Ocean Race HQ but the content is certainly flowing in from a fleet that’s all still within sight of each other hundreds of miles down the track. The Leg 1 Start coverage may not have been inspiring but at least it wasn’t embarrassing, and you should watch it [...]

October 15th, 2014

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So here’s the polar opposite of the sportscar. Talk about a beast! As solid as this thing looks, and as awesome as we’re sure it is in 20 ft seas, little about it says fun, does it? It’s probably not supposed to…  

October 15th, 2014

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Girl Power into the Lead – Mark Chisnell talks VOR… Scary Spice may be doing a pretty dreadful job on the UK’s X Factor, but it was Girl Power all the way in the opening round of the Volvo Ocean Race. Team SCA’s navigator, Libby Greenhalgh hit one out of the park, with a gorgeous [...]

October 15th, 2014

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Well, it’s called Maserati, after all! This is the first sail of Neville Crichton’s brand new MC 38. Video here.  

October 14th, 2014

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I was sad to learn through one of my Facebook contacts that yacht designer and sailor David Thomas passed away Monday. I did not know him well, indeed hardly at all, having only one extended conversation with him at a boat show some years ago. However , having owned a Bolero Quarter Tonner, designed by David, [...]

October 14th, 2014

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Avoid danger, please do not feed the bowgirl! Aly Di Nas is one of the coolest, smartest and hottest SCOTW’S ever. And the custom shirts were made by Mark Michaelsen/DryUV, for the Beneteau North Americans 2014. Got a SCOTW candidate? Send her on in!  

October 14th, 2014

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VOR OnBoard It’s pitch-dark. The bow of Team Brunel cuts silently through the water. On our starboard side lies Gibraltar. Behind us we see the outlines of the famous rock formation. The only sign of life is the so called shipping lane on our port side. Here dozens of seagoing vessels are thundering through the [...]

October 14th, 2014

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Admit it, of course this is what you’d do – build a balls out maxi, spend gobs of that not so hard earned intraweb money, and go globe crushing, Deny it all you want, but you would. Of course you would. Photos of the big, bad Comanche are thanks to mstrsail.  

October 13th, 2014

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The University of Toledo Sailing Club bested 51 other collegiate sailing teams winning the prestigious Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta and was awarded The Paul Hoffman Perpetual Trophy as overall winning team of the regatta. The Intercollegiate Offshore Regatta is one of the largest collegiate sailing events  held in the country and boasts an entry list of the [...]

October 13th, 2014

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