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Approaching Transatlantic Race finish

Day 9 – The 2021 RORC Transatlantic Race reaches an exciting stage with the leading boats closing in on the finish line in Antigua. Oren Nataf’s Multi50 Trimaran Rayon Vert, skippered by Alex Pella, was under 400 miles from the finish and expected to take Multihull Line Honours tomorrow. Johannes …

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Vendée Globe: Greeting the NE’ly trades

Day 71 – The Doldrums did not give up the Vendée Globe leaders as easily as was initially predicted but first placed Charlie Dalin (Apivia) appears to have skirted round the worst of a dynamic cloud system and emerged this afternoon with his margin intact. Dalin’s more easterly position and …

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Jules Verne: Making their connection

Day 8 – Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier’s crew has been benefiting from ideal conditions for both the men and their 32m Maxi Edmond de Rothschild. The six sailors are slipping along on a long port tack offshore of the Brazilian coast and should pass the latitude of Cabo Frio …

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Prada Cup: GBR thrives, USA crashes

The third and final day of the opening set for the Prada Cup Challenger Selection Series would complete the first half of the robin round stage and provide another shocker for the three teams vying to face the America’s Cup defender. INEOS Team UK (GBR) would again outperform the prognosticators, …

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Britannia Rules The Waves

INEOS TEAM UK blast out of the blocks with two wins on day 1  Today all the build up and discussion ended and the points started to count in Auckland as the first two races of the PRADA Cup officially kicked off. INEOS TEAM UK went from zero to hero …

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Jules Verne: A day to forget

Day 5 – For co-skippers Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier, it has been a day to forget. In their effort to secure the Jules Verne Trophy, the miles gained over the record holder during the descent of the North Atlantic have melted away to nothing. Going from a 140 nm …

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America’s Cup: The wait is over

The wait is over for the 36th America’s Cup. Ever since the New Zealand team won the event in 2017, the path forward has led now to three challengers to begin on January 15 (3:00pm – 6:00pm NZT) their selection series to see which of them face off against the …

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Vendée Globe: Sprint or fade away

Day 67 – With nothing more than a handful of small miles separating them, the leaders of the Vendée Globe are engaged on a straight head-to-head northerly speed test which may yet prove decisive, and which may finally show the ultimate value of a fully functioning latest generation foil package. …

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America’s Cup: USA favored to face Kiwis

With the three America’s Cup challenger teams preparing to begin their Selection Series on January 15 at 3:00pm NZT (Jan. 14 at 9pm EST), Kiwi news service Stuff reports how the betting services view the upcoming racing: The bookmakers have Team New Zealand a heavy favorite to retain the America’s Cup with …

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