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CRN signs contract for 50m motoryacht

CRN, the Ancona based yard building yachts between 50 and 90 metres, has signed a new contract for the construction of a 50m (164ft) Superconero. The new project will have naval engineering by CRN Engineering in cooperation with design firm Zuccon International Project and fall under the 500gt class. CRN’s …

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KIWIS WELCOME BACK LONGTERM PARTNER TOYOTA

Toyota New Zealand today announced their ongoing sponsorship with Emirates Team New Zealand extending the support of the team for over 20 years. “To have an Emirates Team New Zealand boat without the Toyota brand proudly emblazoned on it would be like driving a Hilux with Corolla wheels- it simply …

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Chris Draper Joins Softbank Team Japan

Chris Draper, an Olympic medalist, multiple European and World champion, and America’s Cup helmsman, is joining SoftBank Team Japan. In addition to his sailing duties, Draper will take up the role of Sailing Director and will race with SoftBank Team Japan CEO and skipper Dean Barker as well as General …

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Brava Azzurra – win on home waters

Winning in the breeze on their own home Costa Smeralda, Sardinia waters, showcasing that heady cocktail of tough Argentinian gaucho spirit and fiery Italian passion that underpin their never say die team spirit, capped a remarkable Settimana delle Bocche regatta week for Azzurra, the Roemmers family team which races for …

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Telling the Story of the Volvo Ocean Race

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 …

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A ‘Breakthrough’ For Sailors With Disabilities

When Tyler Fleig of Portsmouth (RI) was trying to choose a senior project last summer, he sought advice from Paul Callahan, his boss at Sail To Prevail in Newport. Fleig has been an instructor for the past two years with the organization, which creates opportunities for children and adults with …

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