XS Sailing http://www.xssailing.com Tue, 07 Jul 2015 19:29:42 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Women’s match racing tour begins with World championship http://www.xssailing.com/news/womens-match-racing-tour-begins-with-world-championship/ http://www.xssailing.com/news/womens-match-racing-tour-begins-with-world-championship/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 19:29:42 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23870 Middelfart, Denmark (July 7, 2015) – Warm and sunny conditions with a strong southerly breeze today welcomed the 81 sailors participating in the 2015 ISAF Women’s Match Racing World Championship, the first event out of four on the 2015 Women’s International Match Racing Series (WIM Series). Sixteen teams from 8 countries will vie for the World title on July 8-12. Click headline for full report.

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Some Shark Week Levity http://www.xssailing.com/article/some-shark-week-levity/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/some-shark-week-levity/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:08:50 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23860

With “Shark Week” in overdrive, the grande awareness of the Sea Dogs presence along the shoreline has been increased dramatically with a rise in sightings on the West Coast and attacks on the East Coast, particularly the North Carolina Coast. With murky water and plenty of bait fish in area, most of the NC “attacks can be attributed to the sharks mistaking humans for they normal prey. The massive gathering of juvenile Great Whites in the warm waters in the north east corner of Monterey Bay has taken researchers by surprise. The area, just above the Monterey Trench has a long stretch of sandy shallow water

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49er Europeans – Both 49er fleets racing http://www.xssailing.com/article/49er-europeans-both-49er-fleets-racing/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/49er-europeans-both-49er-fleets-racing/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:07:28 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23868 The men started their 49er European Championship Tuesday with four races completed. Jorge Lima and José Costa of the host country took the lead, Britain’s Pink and Bithell are third.

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2015 J70 World Championship – Practice race images by Chris Howell http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-j70-world-championship-practice-race-images-by-chris-howell/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-j70-world-championship-practice-race-images-by-chris-howell/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:07:22 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23869 2015 J70 World Championship France – Practice race images by Chris Howell

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Winning the Volvo Ocean Race Virtual Regatta http://www.xssailing.com/news/winning-the-volvo-ocean-race-virtual-regatta/ http://www.xssailing.com/news/winning-the-volvo-ocean-race-virtual-regatta/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:04:38 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23864 When the seven teams set out on the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race from Alicante, Spain on October 11, there was over 200,000 rivals that would be virtually matching their moves while playing the official virtual game version of the nine-month marathon.

So if you think Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing skipper Ian Walker has reason to celebrate after beating six other rivals when the 2014-15 edition concluded on June 27 in Gothenburg, Sweden, then imagine how Patrick Babin feels after he won the cyberspace competition.

Patrick’s prize for his success, which demanded huge dedication from October to June, is an IWC Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph Ocean Racer timepiece worth €12,500.

The Parisian put himself in pole position to win the Virtual Regatta race after clinching Leg 7, holding on for the final two legs to take the victory.

“The guy in second place was hot on my heels when we left Lorient and I had to control him,” he said, describing the final leg from France to Sweden. “The race wasn’t won yet. I managed to finish the last leg in third place so it ended well.”

It certainly was not all plain sailing through all nine legs, though.

“I was 238th in one of the long legs early on,” he said. “These legs were the same challenge for the game players as they were for the sailors – except that there were many, many rivals for us. That makes for a lot more possibilities in the longer legs where all options are explored. It’s harder to win then.”

So what motivated Patrick, a former national dinghy champion, to devote hour after hour to the Game?

“We’ve just virtually sailed around the world. How rare is that! And I really enjoyed the international side of it – that doesn’t exist in French virtual races,” he said. “I’ve received a lot of messages in English; it was great seeing so many people playing around the world. I took the time to answer all of my messages. I do hope to play again in two years’ time.”

Held every three years, the virtual game has significantly expanded how people can experience the Volvo Ocean Race. “The Virtual Game has made it possible for our virtual sailors to get inside the skins of the Volvo skippers over nine months around the world,” noted Philippe Guigné, president and founder of Virtual Regatta.

Virtual RegattaVirtual RankingVolvo Ocean Race

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Telling the Story of the Volvo Ocean Race http://www.xssailing.com/news/telling-the-story-of-the-volvo-ocean-race/ http://www.xssailing.com/news/telling-the-story-of-the-volvo-ocean-race/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:03:50 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23859 The 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race began in Alicante, Spain on October 11, covering 38,739 nm on the way to the final In-Port Race on June 27 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

This was the third edition of the race with onboard reporters, with their contributions increasing with each edition. Also increased in this edition was the broadcast content, which resulted in three documentary programs to follow.

Here is a brief description of each along with an index link for all the episodes.

Life at the Extreme
The 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race’s flagship half-hour weekly show, Life at the Extreme, would round up all the action for 39 weekly episodes from start to finish. Watch here.

All Hands on Deck
As Team Vestas Wind seeks to re-join the 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race following the grounding of their VO 65 on November 29, the team launched a 10-episode web series, All Hands on Deck, to provide updates on their progress. Watch here.

No Ordinary Women
This 8-episode high-energy and inspirational reality documentary series followed Team SCA and the lives of a group of determined women in the buildup to competing in the Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15. Watch here.

Background: Racing the new one design Volvo Ocean 65, seven teams scored points in 9 offshore legs to determine the overall Volvo Ocean Race winner. Additionally, the teams competed in 10 In-Port races at each stopover for a separate competition, the Volvo Ocean Race In-Port Series. Click here for recap of offshore legs.

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Nacra 17 Worlds 2015: Day 2 Images by Mogens Hansen http://www.xssailing.com/article/nacra-17-worlds-2015-day-2-images-by-mogens-hansen/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/nacra-17-worlds-2015-day-2-images-by-mogens-hansen/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:03:45 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23861 Excellent Portfolio by Mogens Hansen. More images below. Also Check +140 shots from yesterday at his FB Page- Day 3 Results  after 5 races at catsailingnews.com/2015/07/nacra-17-worlds-2015-aarhus-day-2.html

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Transatlantic Race: Contrasting Conditions http://www.xssailing.com/news/transatlantic-race-contrasting-conditions/ http://www.xssailing.com/news/transatlantic-race-contrasting-conditions/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:03:40 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23866 (July 7, 2015) – Gales and prolonged strong winds since the start have taken their toll as the bulk of the fleet reaches the halfway stage of the Transatlantic Race 2015.

On board the Class 40 Amhas, doublehanded crew Mackenzie Davis and Brian Harris have been forced to retire with mast issues and are currently nursing their Akilaria RC3 towards the Azores.

For those following the YB tracker, there were some nervous moments last night as Daniel and Gretchen Biemesderfer’s Mason 43, Shearwater, appeared to be slowly heading in the direction of the Caribbean. Unable to raise the crew, the Race Committee scrambled Sir Geoffrey Mulcahy’s Swan 56 Noonmark VI to assist.

As they closed Noonmark’s crew was able to raise the Shearwater crew, who subsequently sent this update: “We sustained some damage: broken boom vang, traveller and importantly mainsail. We’re hove to until the weather abates. At that point we’ll decide if we can continue racing. However, the boat is fine and the crew are all well and in good spirits. We’re all getting some much needed rest.”

A few hours later, Shearwater checked in via Sat Phone with the Race Office and confirmed that they were dropping out of the race and sailing to the Azores to effect repairs.

With boats spread out across some 1500 miles of race track, the weather they are currently experiencing is hugely contrasting. Early this morning, boats off the eastern end of Point Alpha, the ice exclusion zone, were seeing 40 to 50 knots, while at the front of the fleet, Mariette of 1915 had been becalmed and those still closest to America, the fastest boats in the fleet, were uncharacteristically clocking some of the slowest speeds, trapped in high pressure extending from Newfoundland south to Bermuda.

Furthest south among the lead group, the Open 60 Grey Power this morning had 11 to 15 knots from the southwest after a big Monday. “Yesterday we were blasting, really shifting, getting 17-knot averages. We slowed down overnight, and today it is down to 11 to 12,” reported skipper and living legend Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, who in 1969 became the first man ever to sail singlehanded non-stop around the world.

On board Grey Power, he is accompanied by an all-star cast of old friends, including former RORC Commodore and chief blogger, David Aisher, leading yacht broker Bernard Gallay (regular crew on his British Airways catamaran in the mid-1980s) and Dilip Donde, the first Indian to sail singlehanded around the world. “It is lovely having some old and trusted friends with you and enjoying crossing an ocean again,” said Knox-Johnston.

Knox-Johnston is renowned for serving up eye-watering curries on board, but this trip has passed this on. “I don’t do curries when Dilip is onboard; I know when I am outclassed. He makes excellent ones!”

It seems probable Grey Power will be fifth home on the water, but in terms of his progress Knox-Johnston is still kicking himself after making a tactical error after the start. Their only major incident to date was when they ran into something, believed to be a whale, three days ago. Fortunately the boat survived intact and they have continued.

A most extraordinary performance is that of the 1929, 52’ yawl Dorade, which the boat’s eminent yacht designer Olin Stephens raced to victory in the 1931 Transatlantic Race, coming home in 17 days, two days ahead of the nearest competition (for which the Stephens received a ticker-tape parade up New York City’s Broadway). Dorade’s present owner Matt Brooks says that he would like to match or better the yacht’s time; however, this is no mean feat given that today the course is much longer to avoid icebergs and they have experienced heinous conditions.

“A day and a half ago the wind was into the 40s with 15- to 18-ft seas and we were sailing upwind,” said Brooks. “It was the first time we had ever sailed with three reefs.” This morning the wind was 18 knots from the southwest, and another gale was on its way.

Despite this, Dorade is showing her old form, hanging on to the coat tails of boats substantially newer than she is. As Brooks says: “The old girl is keeping up.” Two days ago they set a new speed record of 18.7 knots (compared to 11.4 knots, Dorade’s top speed in 1931).

At the front of the fleet Mariette of 1915 has lost ground on the chasing pack, as she dropped off the back of the depression she had been riding.

“Last night we had no wind at all,” recounted navigator Halvard Mabire. “We never stopped, but we stayed a long time at two to three knots.” Despite the lack of wind, the substantial swell persisted, creating a rolly ride even for the 165-ton classic. “That is very difficult on any boat, but we have eight tons of rigging, masts, sails and gaffs and our main boom is 17 meters long,” said skipper Charlie Wroe of what was clunking around aloft last night.

This morning the wind had returned and the Mariette crew was expecting it to veer from the southeast into the southwest today; and they were expecting to be overhauled by Lucky and Nomad IV in due course. As Wroe stated: “The fast reaching conditions look pretty stable for the next two to three days, so they are going to do a horizon job on us. All we can do is to try and hang on.”

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Background: The 2796nm Transatlantic Race 2015 extends west to east across the North Atlantic from Newport, USA to the Lizard, in southwest England. The staggered start plan had 13 boats starting June 28, 20 boats starting on July 1, and the four fastest yachts on July 5.

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VIDEO: Life at the Extreme, Episode 39 http://www.xssailing.com/article/video-life-at-the-extreme-episode-39/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/video-life-at-the-extreme-episode-39/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:02:54 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23858

The 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race’s flagship half-hour weekly show, Life at the Extreme, will round up all the action for 39 weeks from start to finish.

Episode 39 – End of watch – published on July 7, 2015

In the ‘Life at the Extreme’ series finale, the Volvo Ocean Racers end their nine month round the world marathon crossing the finish line in Gothenburg, Sweden. They’ve had a maze of tricky shipping lanes to dodge, but finally Team Alvimedica win their first leg of the race. For Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing, it’s the double, winning both the in port and overall oceanic series, with Team Brunel second overall, and Dongfeng Race Team third. The skippers share their final thoughts on the closest edition yet.

Watch the entire 39-episode series here.

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Laser World Championships – Thompson takes lead http://www.xssailing.com/article/laser-world-championships-thompson-takes-lead/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/laser-world-championships-thompson-takes-lead/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:02:44 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23862 After the first race of the Finals series Nick Thompson has taken the overall lead at the Laser world Championships in Kingston, Canada

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Nacra17 World Championship -Gimson and Diamond move into second http://www.xssailing.com/article/nacra17-world-championship-gimson-and-diamond-move-into-second/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/nacra17-world-championship-gimson-and-diamond-move-into-second/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 18:02:39 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23863 After five qualifying races at the Nacra World Championships in Denmark, John Gimson and Hannah Diamond have moved into second

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VIDEO: St. Maarten Heineken Regatta 2015 http://www.xssailing.com/article/video-st-maarten-heineken-regatta-2015/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/video-st-maarten-heineken-regatta-2015/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 16:00:38 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23848 2015 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta on March 6-8. Video published on Jul 7, 2015.

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Kings Of Carnage http://www.xssailing.com/article/kings-of-carnage/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/kings-of-carnage/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 16:00:32 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23850

In stark contrast to yesterday’s calm and sunny weather which kept the sailors ashore for the entire day, today’s weather threatened the sailors with another day on land with a wind speed of up to 30 knots and wind gusts even little higher.

The wind calmed down a little after noon and the sailors were sent out for the first qualification races at this year’s Nacra17 Worlds. The capricious Danish weather offered abundances of wind and challenging situations for both the yellow and the blue Nacra17 fleets. Both fleets sailed two races.

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49erFX European Championship – Dutch set the pace on Day 1 http://www.xssailing.com/article/49erfx-european-championship-dutch-set-the-pace-on-day-1/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/49erfx-european-championship-dutch-set-the-pace-on-day-1/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 15:53:42 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23827

The Dutch pair Annemiek Bekkering and Annette Duetz won two of their 49erFX flight races and take a one point lead over the Danes in Porto For the rest of the story from Sail Web CLICK HERE!

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2015 Laser World Championship – Day 5 http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-laser-world-championship-day-5/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-laser-world-championship-day-5/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 15:53:13 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23832 The 158 competitors from 63 nations have been split into Gold, Silver and Bronze flights based on their results

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US Youth Championships – Nation's top young sailors to compete http://www.xssailing.com/article/us-youth-championships-nations-top-young-sailors-to-compete/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/us-youth-championships-nations-top-young-sailors-to-compete/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 15:53:08 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23833 The state of Rhode Island has featured an impressive line-up of sailing’s top racing events in 2015.

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2015 SB20 World Championships – Challenging Day 1 http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-sb20-world-championships-challenging-day-1/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-sb20-world-championships-challenging-day-1/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 15:53:02 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23834 The highly international Trentino SB20 World Championships kicked off in Torbole, Lake Garda today with three races

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Eight Bells: William Mosher http://www.xssailing.com/news/eight-bells-william-mosher/ http://www.xssailing.com/news/eight-bells-william-mosher/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 15:50:36 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23846 2015-07-07_7-30-05Bill, age 67, passed away unexpectedly July 3 at his home in South Milwaukee (July 26, 1947 – July 3, 2015).

Born in Denver, Colorado, Bill attended the Salvatorian Seminary in St Nazianz and graduated from Miami University. He served as a Miami police officer and leadership positions with the Boys Club of Chicago and Milwaukee, Milwaukee Community Sailing Center, Harken and his present position as Sales & Marketing Director at Forespar. Bill utilized his Captains license with Riverwalk Boats.

As a dedicated volunteer, Bill served on the board of directors of the Milwaukee Community Sailing Center (MCSC), including a term as President. He was instrumental in creating unique sailing programs and fundraisers that benefitted youth, as well as the physically challenged and financially disadvantaged.

He was an active member of South Shore Yacht Club (SSYC) as well as Milwaukee Area Sail and Trail (MAST). Bill was a passionate advocate of the sport of sailing and his network of friends circle the world. He will be remembered for his zest for life and the positive influence he had on countless individuals.

Bill will be sadly missed by his love Patty Matheson, his children Morgan (Megan) and Brandy Mosher and Patty’s children, Andrea (Ryan) Benson, Jena (Jesse) Rutherford and Susie. Proud grandpa of Katelyn, Rory and Kiera Mosher. Dear brother of Val (Bob) Kluver and Mary Owens. He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Albertin Mosher.

Visitation on Saturday, July 11 from 10am –12:00pm followed by a mass at Divine Mercy Catholic Church, 800 Marquette Avenue, South Milwaukee. A Sailor’s Memorial Service will take place at MCSC, Sunday August 2 followed by a boat flotilla to Milwaukee’s bell buoy. Time TBD. Donations made to the family will be used to honor Bill’s wishes.

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2015 Nacra 17 World Championship – Day 2 overall http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-nacra-17-world-championship-day-2-overall/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-nacra-17-world-championship-day-2-overall/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 15:50:30 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23847 2015 Nacra 17 World Championship – Today’s weather threatened sailors with another day on land with a wind of 30 knots.

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Rast Dominates Melges 24 Worlds http://www.xssailing.com/article/rast-dominates-melges-24-worlds/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/rast-dominates-melges-24-worlds/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 14:40:14 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23831 When asked, no sailor on the harbour could remember a world championship victory with a massive lead like the one Christopher Rast and his crew put on the score board at the Melges 24 World Championship in Middelfart, Denmark.

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2015 49er European Championships – Stunning day in Porto + Video http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-49er-european-championships-stunning-day-in-porto-video/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/2015-49er-european-championships-stunning-day-in-porto-video/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 14:40:09 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23837 The sun rose, sailors rigged, and the 2015 49er & 49erFX European Championship started on time under blue skies

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Streaker National Championship – Final race decides Streaker Champion http://www.xssailing.com/article/streaker-national-championship-final-race-decides-streaker-champion/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/streaker-national-championship-final-race-decides-streaker-champion/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 14:40:04 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23841

The Streaker class celebrated their 40th Anniversary with a three day UK National Championship at WPNSA, winner was Tom Gillard of Hayling Island SC

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Volvo Ocean Race – Virtual regatta winner announced http://www.xssailing.com/article/volvo-ocean-race-virtual-regatta-winner-announced/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/volvo-ocean-race-virtual-regatta-winner-announced/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 14:39:59 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23842 Volvo Ocean Race – The Parisian put himself in pole position to win the Virtual Regatta race…

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It’s not all about winning http://www.xssailing.com/article/its-not-all-about-winning/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/its-not-all-about-winning/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 14:39:54 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23843

Bouwe Bekking made it clear from the start.

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The other Outteridge http://www.xssailing.com/article/outteridge/ http://www.xssailing.com/article/outteridge/#comments Tue, 07 Jul 2015 07:24:37 +0000 http://www.xssailing.com/?p=23821

All of the worlds best skiff sailors are in Porto, Portugal for the second most important event of the season including Haylee Outteridge & Caitlin Elks. All the action is available on http://49er.org/event/2015-european-c…

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