New Zealand Sailing Safety By Dainese

New Zealand sailing team has joined hand with Dainese the leading sports safety accessories designer and manufacturer to design new gear that will protect crew members while sailing.


The partnership has been signed envisaging the need of safety equipment in 2017 America’s Cup.

Dainese and emirates team New Zealand both shared information about this partnership in a press conference of Motorcycling World Exhibition EICMA 2016. On the occasion, Dainese accepted the proposal of New Zealand team and committed to provide innovative protective solution for sailing.

The Sea-Guard, which is currently used in sailing by crew members, is completely ergonomic and it’s designed to provide protection to the athlete. It is both protective and floating in nature. Dainese will work on Sea-Guard to make it safer by attaching an air bag in it.

Currently they are learning technology used in sea-guard and they want to integrate the D-air in it that will automatically sense the dangerous situation and will open airbag on athlete body wherever it is needed. Continue reading “New Zealand Sailing Safety By Dainese”

British Sailors In Medal Positions

British sailors really had a memorable and enjoyable day at the Rio sailing Olympics on Thursday. The day when Finns and 470s were battling in big waves on offshore course, result from the previous day put Team GBR sailors into five sailing medal positions. The 49er along with 49er FX classes are yet to begin and racing for them to compete.

World Sailing commented on the extremes of flat water along with shifty conditions on inshore by stating the fact that this regatta is testing each and every extreme of the ability of a sailor. Some of them argue regarding the fact what Olympic competition must be. The performance of Giles Scott in the Finn Class was really a highlighting one. Continue reading “British Sailors In Medal Positions”

Yacht Racing Forum 2015

The Yacht Racing Forum is all set to take place on 7th and 8th December, in Geneva, Switzerland. No less than two-hundred-thirty delegates including 25 media people from all across the world have already affirmed their participation and the list is increasing by the day.

The hot issues this year include the present-future of yacht racing, sailing on television as well as the best way for sailing events or squads to use social sites, Rio Olympic Games next year, the Ultime Class, commercial schemes for small and medium events, sustainability and a whole lot more.

Drawing parallel to Business and Marketing Conference, Design & Technology Symposium would concentrate on the newest innovations including foiling, the desegregation of more composite stuffs in the design process, rating aeronautics and rules.
Finally, the Risk Management & Safety conference will talk about the liabilities, and ricks and rules to ensure insurances, crew safety and a lot more. The speakers include some of todays’ top actors from within the yacht industry, including key note speakers Gary Jobson, Ian Walker, Knut Frostad, Peter Sowrey and François Gabart.

Event manager Bernard Schopfer said that the industry feedback has been greatly positive and they are looking forward to welcoming the sports’ key actors to Geneva. He added that the Yacht Racing Forum alleviates business development by offering quality networking scopes with decision makers from all areas within the industry.