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Rolex Big Boat Series Plan has been Released

The registration for 55th annual series of Rolex Big Boat has started. The series will be raced on San Francisco Bay and it will be done between 12-15th of September 2019. The series is the best called for breeze-on sailing, ideal venue, and the opportunity to be the winner of ROPSC, which is Swiss-made.

“In the previous year 28 J/105s was on its own beginning line, and the J/88 class was the one which made debut in the Rolex Big Boat Series,” says Regatta Chair, Susan Ruhne. “In addition, visitors saw amazing action of the Grand Prix in the Pac52 class and close competition of differently challenged to race in three ORR classes. At the same place the Express 37 class that has been one of the backbones of this regatta for a long time, has just a single point difference in the finishers of first and second place.”
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Janahi Secured Eighth Position In The Laser Sailing

Abdulla Janahi of Bahrain continued to show his solid performance while competing in the Laser Standard fleet at the 18th Asian Games. After the eighth and ninth races of Janahi was able maintained his eighth place competing with 16 sailors in the fray and now only three races are left to be undertaken. So far, this veteran sailor has 58 net points in total.

The field is led by the Jeemin Ha who is from South Korea. He has 14.8 net points. Ha is followed by Khairulnizam Mohd Afendy who is from Malaysia. He has 15 net points. Jun Han Ryan Lo is at the third position. He has 17 net points and he from Singapore. The event was the great success and it was attended by many renowned personalities, some of them were Chef de Mission of Bahrain at the Asian Games Bader Nasser and many other officials.
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Evidence: The Perfect Amalgamation Of Sailing And Motor Yachts

VPLP French studio introduced a 47-meter concept catamaran Evidence. The catamaran is powered by a 400-square-meter wing-sail, does power meter maintain attached produce twice the power of a conventional sail.

Using their good years of experience in the field of rigid sail development for racing both of America club, the naval Architects have designed a yacht with eco-friendly concept, it features an automated wing-sail,  which is integrated into a hybrid propulsion system.
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Flying Scot Had Its Last Race

They have been racing the Gulf Coast’s water since the late 60s. And on Sunday at the Yacht Club of Gulfport, the model boat of Flying Scot raced its final regatta and said Goodbye.


For Leslie Dane, it is a bittersweet goodbye.

According to Dane, “This boat has been ours since the year 1968 or 69, just before the Camille. With the sale of this boat, the young kids are very excited, but I am not. I think I am going to miss these boats a lot as so many memories are attached to it.”

According to the information, the Flying Scot is making its way at the GYA (Gulf Yachting Association) for the new model of the Viper. For four years, George Hambleton has been racing, this Flying Scots, and after its goodbye, he not upset, instead he is ready for the new challenge.Read More

Director Of Yacht Recalls Horror In Court

The company director who was responsible for the capsized yacht searches in the mid-Atlantic, said, “He was “horrified” when the Coastguard US called for the call off the rescue operation. The director broke down into tears, while narrating this incident in-front of the court. The yacht that sank in the mid-Atlantic had four crew members, two of them were young boys and two were from Somerset.

The all four crew members were, Andrew Bridge he was the skipper of the yacht and just 22 years old and he was from Farnham in Surrey. The second member was James Male, who was also 22 years old and from Southampton. The third member of the crew was Steve Warren, who was 52 years old and forth was Paul Goslin, who was 56 years old and both were from Somerset.Read More