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Tenth Anniversary of Lightning Boat Grant Program

The International Lightning Class is celebrating the 10th Anniversary of their Boat Grant Program, which to date has introduced 29 teams and 90+ participants to the Lightning Class. Many are still actively involved in the Class and eight recipients have purchased their own Lightning. It is expected for the program’s …

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Chris Wright joins Hill Robinson

Wright will be based in the Fort Lauderdale office in Florida. Hill Robinson Yacht Management has announced the addition of Christopher Wright to its staff in the US. Wright has taken on the role of senior technical and project manager and will be based in the Fort Lauderdale office in …

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America’s Cup: No Excuse to Lose (the television audience)

Some sports have stops, like baseball between innings or football during change of possessions. For television coverage, these are the commercial breaks. But other sports, like soccer, don’t have convenient stops, with the broadcast often continuing uninterrupted until the end of regulation. The holders of the America’s Cup are working …

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First glimpse of new Feeling sailboat

Photo courtesy of Privilege Marine Privilege Marine shipyard in France has unveiled the first visual of its new Feeling sailboat. She is a lifting keel sailboat and her design results from feedback collected by the naval architect, Feeling owners, Feeling dealers network, R&D office of Privilege Marine and prospective buyers. …

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6 Months Aboard a Superyacht in 2 Minutes: VIDEO

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to work aboard a superyacht, here’s your chance. A crewmember who just wrapped up a year with Seawolf put together this video. That’s 365 days of line handling, night watches, ocean crossing, galley dining… and watertoy “testing,” on-shore touring, and more. There’s stunning …

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Solent Refit secures 30-year lease on shipyard

Solent Refit in the UK has secured a 30-year lease on the shipyard and is now seeking to improve the facilities further. The expansion plans include waterfront offices that will overlook the Southampton estuary. The company hopes the new space will give clients, guests and subcontractors a place to work …

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Be Lightning Alert

by Don Margraf, Sailing Magazine Recently I received a phone call from a sailboat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, more than 1,000 miles from the nearest landfall. The boat had been struck by lightning and the autopilot, chartplotter and navigations instruments were all wiped out. Serendipitously, the satellite …

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Arcadia Yachts delivers first 85S

Arcadia Yachts has delivered hull #1 of Arcadia 85S. The all-new “special” edition of the Arcadia 85 with sky-lounge is a 25.9m motoryacht built for an American owner. The Arcadia 85S has been designed to be a family yacht. The vessel combines different exterior functions over two decks. The builder …

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Preview of Key West Race Week 2017

The Storm Trysail Club announced dates for the next edition of Quantum Key West Race Week. The event will take place January 15-20, 2017 and feature the same successful format as in past years, one day of pre-race registration and practice, followed by five days of inshore and short offshore …

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Emirates Team New Zealand Set to Defend in New York

Set against the backdrop of the Manhattan skyline, the AC45’s of each America’s Cup team are preparing to face-off this weekend on the New York harbour for the first time in 96 years. “This is certainly going to be a unique sailing regatta for everyone.” said Emirates Team New Zealand …

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