No Greater Calling as Sportsman Says Paul Cayard

Trans-Pacific Yacht Race for 2019 had been the twenty-third consecutive race for Roy P. Disney’s owner, Pyewacket; this had been a special race for him. This had been the fiftieth anniversary of this popular race with ninety yachts competing in it. On the 13th of July, they had left Long Beach deck with the hope and […]

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Sailing Improves Leadership Skill and Teamwork Skill

The important lessons of leadership can pop up anytime and in all phases of life but while skippering a yacht one gets the sight of the deep end. There are so many things one has to lookout while skippering, the weather condition, waves and wind to contend, there is a crew to persuade and motivate […]

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The Prada Cup Launched In Monaca By America Cup

After waiting for such a long time, the America cup has finally unveiled the Prada Cup under its brand and banner. The unveiling event which was held at Yacht Club de Monaco was attended by around 200 guests from America’s cup. The trophy which was made by an Australian world-class designer Marc New son was […]

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Team Building Is The Copy Of 1607 Sailing Ship

A goal list posted at the Commercial Street 19th-century freight shed has two items concerning pinnace Virginia replica construction in Maine in 1607. For Dec 22, at the top is the completion of the small sailing ship’s hull planking and deck framing. Many spaces at the bottom, for 2020 June 7: launch day. “This means […]

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VOR: BRUNEL BETTER MAPFRE ON TUESDAY

Team Brunel was able to get one over their rivals Team MAPFRE on Tuesday, according to reports. Peter Burling played a crucial role for Brunel, with their tactical late night sailing helping them over their close rival. This just confirms that the Volvo Ocean Race is a different ball game entirely.   Burling and MAPFRE’s […]

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1901 steam yacht set to put on auction

Primrose Potter recalls watching ENA sail across Sydney Harbour when she was a young girl. The great-great-great-grandfather of her daughter was Thomas Dibbs – the yacht’s original owner and the person who actually commissioned ENA in 1900 for Triphena, his wife. Ms Potter told that Thomas Dibbs used to take the then-governor out on every […]

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Manhattan Beach Yacht Club celebrate their inauguration

The Manhattan Beach Yacht Club would celebrate its inauguration on 18th October, Saturday from 8 am to noon. The coffee shop of Two Guns in Manhattan takes over part of Roundhouse at the end of the dock. Craig Oram and Andrew “Stan” Stanisich, the Two Guns owners, wanted to elaborate and Ted Brown, the Two […]

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A Guide To The Upcoming Yachting Festival

Yacht spotting has quite a dangerous effect on the various people. Mostly this results out into a jaw dropping reaction as its beauty always keeps you awestruck. This will be the reaction of many as the world’s most awaited event of yacht festival is ready to begin in Cannes. It is one of the most […]

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Super yacht of a Swiss entrepreneur docks at Aberdeen Harbor

A grand yacht has docked at the Aberdeen Harbor, Scotland. The yacht named Vive La Vie docked at city harbor earlier this morning at around 10.51 am. The luxury yacht is owned by Willy Michel, well known Swiss entrepreneur, who is also the founder of Ypsomed. The company markets services and products directly to diabetes […]

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Sean Stewart celebrates friend’s birthday party with hot girls

When your dad is Rod Stewart; truly it is in your blood to encircle yourself with lovely models. Rod’s son Sean is really living up to his family’s name. The thirty three year old, who earlier dated reality television star Adrienne Maloof, 52, was seen partying hard on a yacht in Newport Beach in California, […]

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NZ World Sailing Champs glow on as the lead

Great news for the Kiwi sailing enthusiasts- In the light of latest sailing reports, it’s the NZ World Sailing champion team which is glowing on as the lead at present. NZ is leading in 49er & Women 470 at the esteemed Sailing World ISAF Hyeres race where 1100 + best of Olympic campaigners of the […]

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Financial Conditions Look Bleak

Emirates Team New Zealand is going through a rough period in their career as they are struggling to get the funds for the Volvo Ocean Race and the round the world race for the upcoming season. In an interview with the coach Grant Dalton he agreed that that it was not a good time for […]

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