Daily Archives: March 6, 2012

Cougars Victorious at North Points #2 and Charleston Women’s Intersectional Regattas

The College of Charleston sailing team competed in four regattas over the weekend and claimed two first-place victories at the North Points #2 regatta hosted by Clemson in Clemson, S.C., and the home-hosted Charleston Women’s Intersectional at the J. S… Continue reading

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New Online Directory Eliminates Information Gaps Plaguing Yacht Charter Industry

The online directory addresses the most key information gaps currently plaguing the Yacht Charter Industry and limiting the confidence of charter sailors. Continue reading

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Additions to the BYM News Photo Gallery Tuesday

Transat AG2R LA MONDIALE – 20 ans d'histoires sportives – http://www.bymnews.com/photos/thumbnails.php?album=552 Bass Pro Shops to Sponsor World Sailfish Championship – http://bymnews.com/photos/displayimage.php?pos=-175692 PlanetSolar… Continue reading

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BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival : There’s nothing like it

  With less than one month to go, to the 41st edition of the BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival, a truly international cast is making ready to take centre stage in the beautiful sailing grounds of the British … Continue reading

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Volvo Ocean Race : Groupama 4 extends lead

Though Groupama 4 has been able to extend her lead over the past 24 hours, part of the weather situation between New Caledonia and New Zealand is coloured by doubt. Indeed the light airs offshore of Auckland could cause … Continue reading

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Old sailing ship weighs anchor in North Devon

The ship is thought to be the Matthew of Bristol, a replica of a trading ship sailed by John Cabot and his crew to Newfoundland in 1497. Continue reading

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Clipper Round the World : Super tanker causes heart-stopping moments for three teams

Gold Coast Australia has pulled ahead of the tightly packed fleet taking part in the Clipper 11-12 Round the World Yacht Race. The ten yachts are still roughly in a line running north east to south west as they … Continue reading

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Global Ocean Race : Finally, downwind sailing for Phesheya-Racing

At 15:00 GMT on Tuesday, the final Class40 racing in Leg 3 of the Global Ocean Race (GOR), Phesheya-Racing of Nick Leggatt and Phillippa Hutton-Squire, has finally found following winds as the South African team closes in on the … Continue reading

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Volvo Ocean Race : Telefonica looks for new opportunites on final stretch

 The met forecasts have established a zone of light airs near Auckland which could switch things up in terms of the finish At the height of New Caledonia “Telefónica” with Iker Martínez is hoping that on the approach to … Continue reading

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PlanetSolar crossing the Gulf of Aden, from the Arabian Sea to the Red Sea

Already a month ago, we were writing our last blog post before crossing the Gulf of Aden in order to reach Africa and the Red Sea. Since 2006, we were aware that we would have to sail through the … Continue reading

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