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New marina opens in Barcelona

Marian operator Varador 2000 has announced that Mataró Marina Barcelona is officially open for business. The new facility can accommodate 30 yachts ranging from 20m-50m. Mataró Marina Barcelona is located only 15 miles north of Barcelona in the port of Mataró, the capital city of the Maresme region. Varador 2000, …

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Drone Regulation Remains Inconsistent

Drones are becoming an increasing popular and practical tool to share competitive sailing, but attempts at creating laws to regulate them have been inconsistent across the country and worldwide, a University of San Diego professor concluded in a new study. “To date, drone legislation remains scattered and inconsistent, appearing in …

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The 38m superyacht Sea Lion sold

Van der Vliet has announced that the 38.1 metre superyacht Sea Lion (ex: Jaguar) has been sold after only six months on the market. Built by the Dutch shipyard Haak in 1998, she features interior design from Claudia Rijntjes of Rijntjes Yacht Design. Van der Vliet comment on the sale, …

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Baglietto prepares launch of 46m Fast

Italian yacht builder Baglietto has announced it is ready to launch 46m Fast. The new motoryacht is scheduled to touch water at the company’s site in La Spezia on May 7. The new 46m is hull #10221 and the first of the Fast line, which results of Baglietto’s cooperation with …

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New Pathway to Olympic Podium

In the current landscape, there is no bigger event for a teen sailor than the annual Youth Sailing World Championships, with 425 sailors from 76 nations competing in the 2015 edition. The 45th edition was once again a proving ground for any young sailor with Olympic aspirations. However, the path …

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Working Diligently to Improve the Sport

Gene McCarthy of Chicago, IL submitted the following comments about US Sailing, the governing body for the sport of sailing in the United States: Has the nationalizing of sail racing by US Sailing diminished participation in the sport? Consider that before the two major bylaw changes, ten years ago and …

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ItalianYachtMasters bring the industry together in Monaco

ItalianYachtMasters hosted another successful event last week in Monaco. Hosted at the Wine Palace on the 14th April, the cocktail party welcomed a crowd of prominent industry CEO’s, brokers and managers of some of the most important superyacht companies with the aim to network in a casual and entertaining atmosphere. …

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Star Worlds: Keeping It Real

Amid a trend to squeeze more racing into regattas, the 93rd Star World Championship is not losing sight of the big picture. Among the 74 teams representing 13 nations, only one team can win, but everyone can enjoy the experience. Their seven day schedule has only six races – one …

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Lürssen to launch project Mistral

German shipyard Lürssen has announced that project Mistral, a 100m plus motoryacht is set to touch water on Saturday 16 April. The Espen Oeino-design will be launched from the floating dock 31 months after her keel was laid in 2013. Project Mistral will be delivered later in the year and …

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