Gold For USA At Youth Sailing

At 2016 Aon Youth Sailing of 2016, the Gold medals came to the United States. It tumbled to Auckland on final day of the race.

The multihull sailors of French got the Nacra 15 gold, 29er girl’s from Australia won the regatta; it is the first time ever that these girls have won regatta. The others on the winner list are USA’s 420 boys and Great Britain and Israel who took the title of RS:X.

On day four USA has two wins and that time only it got clear that Jack Parkin and Wiley Rogers will secure gold medal and on the final day of result same thing happened.

Roger explained what made him to get this success and said it was the dedication and focused approach that made us to win. (more…)

CRSC Opens Boat Storage Facility

The expansion of Bryce Ellis to Concord Ryde Sailing Club was opened officially by the Hon Anthony Roberts on 24th September 2016. The dignitaries and club members took part in the opening as well.

Bryce is basically a life member of the sailing club. The extension of boat storage amenities was named in his honor, so as to recognize his service towards the sailing club over several years. Bryce was the leader of the volunteering team so as to complete the project of extension in time for the sailing season 2016. (more…)

Weather Conditions On Second Day Rio

If you see the second day of the sailing races in the Rio Games the weather produced lighter winds than what is usually expected at this time of the year. The breeze had about five to seven knots. That definitely put up a challenge for the Finn sailors who were part of the one person dinghy raced in the heavyweight men’s category.

The fickle race course around the Sugarloaf Mountain produced considerable heat and effort on the part of the sailors. The day had an overcast sky with low clouds. The mountain tops offered a scenic view of the bay area, especially the statue of Christ the Redeemer produces an assuring figure over the coastline. (more…)

Copa Federacion Mexicana de Vela to take place at Puerto Vallarta

Bay of Banderas of Puerto Vallarta will play host to the 1st edition of the Copa Federacion Mexicana de Vela 2016 to be arranged from 19th February to 30th May. The international event would convene for 4 months of intense contest bringing together around 800 boats as well as 2500 sailing enthusiasts as well as their firms, and expected to contribute more than US$ 17 million to the destination.
Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board President Alvaro Garciarce told that the FMV Cup reaffirms Puerto Vallarta’s position in the international landscape as a perfect place for sailing and boating events. The waters around the Bay of Banderas have proven to be the best place for international sporting events of this type. They welcome all participants as well as their guests and trust they would relish enjoy their visit to Puerto Vallarta.
Set on Bay of Banderas, a World’s Most Beautiful Bays Club member, Puerto Vallarta’s history is pondered through their diverse culture, residents and gastronomy. Their horseshoe shaped bay shelters tropical lagoonsmangroves, , rainforests, pristine beaches, spectacular mountains, and waterfalls, making it a prime ecotourism place prefect for a variety of water sports as well as the observation of Humpback whales that visit the region each year from Dicember to March.


Belcher and Ryan win at Yachting Australia Awards 2015

Fresh from their World Championship as well as World Cup final wins, 470 sailors Will Ryan and Mathew Belcher have carried on their magnificent run of success by snatching the Male Sailor of the Year award at the Yachting Australia Awards 2015.

The duo has ended on the medal podium at every meet they have contested at since collaborating following the London Games in 2012. They recently snatched their 3rd back to back World Championship title, Belcher’s 6th having won 3 previously with Malcolm Page, supporting it up by taking out the World Cup final that took place in Abu Dhabi. (more…)

Vietnam in 6th at World Yacht Regatta

Team Vietnam is currently in the 6th spot, following a week and a half of racing in tenth edition of well known two-year Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. The squad, guided by Australian captain Wendy Tuck, is being fueled by a bountiful supply of homemade cakes thanks to their wonderful mothers.

Flo, at present, is just off the Madeira coast, and the crew is racing quite hard to hold their spot. Cetaceans have been spotted quite frequently, and the crew has made up an expression to depict the dolphins that ride the phosphorescent filled bow waves. (more…)