In order to win the Challenge of Nanny Cay bagging the fastest time elapsing of 1:57:16, also breaking the set record in 2015 of 2:33:40 by the Trimaran Triple Jack, The festival of BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing of 2019 got started with conditions that are record-setting for the Fujin and Greg Slyngstad possessed and skippered the Catamaran Beiker 53.
E1 overturned the record of The Monohull, Rafal Sawicki skippered the Volvo 70, and 2:53:08 is the elapsed time which conquered the former record that was set in the year 2016 through 3:08:43 by the TP52 Spookie.
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The leopard 50 might be replacing the amazingly popular and famous leopard 48 and here this would get a new yacht and hence it is just not an update but hard body effect.
The yacht new 50 is about only two feet longer than the forty-eight and guess what the beam size would be? Well, it’s gonna be like a wow twenty-five to twenty-six feet and half inches and not only limited to that, but it is also available with a fly bridge and it’s no doubt that it’s a very beautiful experience.
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The Tasman rivalry will soon take a new turn on Harbor tomorrow when winners or medalists are decided in seven Olympic classes contesting on Sail Sydney.
Post cracking the three days, everything is arranged rightly within sunny and windy conditions new Woollahra Sailing Club, there Laser as well as 49er classes is on the gunpoint.
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The one design Volvo Ocean 65 started from the Alicante coast of Spain on October 22nd 2017. The final finish of the race would be at the Hague, Netherlands end of June 2018. The race comprises of 11 legs and there would be 12 cities that the race includes stops at across six continents. These include places like Alicante at the beginning, after which is the Lisbon on the Portugal coast; the race, then moved to Cape Town and then the race was down to Melbourne for the end of the year. It then moves to destinations like Hong Kong and several others before the race participants move back to the Northern Hemisphere and finish the race at The Hague.
With eight teams competing, this round the world race is one of a kind; till now MAPFRE team has retained their leading position in the race. The skipper of the boat, Xabi Fernandez stated that they were still working on opportunities that exist to improve the position of their boat. This will help them gain closer to others in leading positions like the Dongfeng race team as well as the AkzoNobel team. Currently the boats are making their way around the Australian coastline. The boats are facing southerly breeze of 15 to 20 knots; this might make the race a drag for some time as the skippers fear. Hence, all they need to do is make use of all the wind pressure they get and push as hard as they can.
As the race continues, there would be more challenges that lie ahead for the skippers and the crew. For those who follow the teams and their progress, they will want to stay tuned for more updates and how the teams are performing on the differing water and wind conditions.