In 2018, this will be 53rd Port Huron of Rich Marsh to Mackinac Race, which is really impressive. But, then hear about Albacore the Marsh’s boat racing on its 72nd Mackinac race. The crew has four others on board who have raced over 25 Mackinac races.
For those who are interested in the transactions that take place in the luxury yacht world, they would be interested to know about a sailing yacht called Alpina that is 24.8 meters which was recently put up for sale. This yacht was put up for display and sale by its makers, the Bernard Gallery Yacht Brokerage. The sale was soon concluded with a direct client claiming its ownership.
There are several luxury features that befit the price as well. For instance, the boat is built to accommodate a party of six guests along with the owner’s quarters. There are double and twin cabins with unsuited amenities. There is a saloon on the starboard side with entertainment center fitted along with a settee and coffee table. The port has an L shaped lounge sofa along with a saloon table and three seating options. The boat has also won several races such as the Swan Maxi Class race where it gained victory in the inaugural race as well as the 2008 Swan Cup that was held in Porto Cervo.
The first of its kind World Naked Sailing Day was held in Buffalo in New York on August 1, 20917.
The organizers were quite anxious about putting up such an event and were worried about the number of people that would be taking part in the one-day sailing event. But, to everyone’s surprise, there were many sailors from various countries that took part in this inaugural naked sailing day event. If the kind of appreciation and the enthusiasm among the sailors is to be believed, then this event was a huge success and the organizers of this event can take a bow.
The World Naked Sailing Day (WNSD) event was held in Buffalo following the grand success of the World Naked Gardening Day and the annual World Naked Bike Ride events. The organizers of the naked sailing event want to make it an annual event like the bike event.
The largest yacht racing organization in Ireland, the Dublin Bay Sailing Club (DBSC), is gearing up for its summer season that is going to take place in a little over 2 months time.
From this year, there will be no DBSC Cruiser Challenge. Instead of this, there will be three coastal races added to the summer season racing fixtures.
These are the few changes to the Sherry-Fitzgerald sponsored program of the DBSC summer series and everyone is looking forward to the new season. The DBSC dinghies also will see a change and they will now be taking place in the harbor on Saturdays and not on Sundays like the previous seasons.
The summer races will kick start in April and the first race is held on 25th April followed by races on 27th April and 29th April. Chris Moore, The DSBC Commodore feels that the cruiser event has completed its course, as there are not a lot of larger boats now taking part in the race.
Kate (18) and Greta (16) daughter of Ian one of the member of team Emirate New Zealand in America Cup last year are participating in Youth Sailing World Championship that is going to take place in Auckland in December.
They will join father Ian and will be part of the Oracle team for 2017’s America’s Cup. Both sisters are high on performances and their chance of winning medals in the event is more than anyone else.
The sister will be the part of 13-strong New Zealand team and will compete in the championship that is going to take place in Torbay. This is the not the first time these girls have participated in the championship, the pair won a bronze medal at the last event 29er skiff in Malaysia. When it comes to sailing underway, these girls will not leave any scope for other teams to win.
The expectation of winning the championship is also high with sisters because they are friendly with the location where the championship is taking place. It is their home water and thus they are better aware of all the challenges. What matter here how the day for these sisters and how they are going to gel-up with water.
With a rich history of making custom-built aluminum-made yachts up to ninety-meters in length dating back to the late nineteenth century, the Royal Huisman is one of the most honored superyacht shipyards.
This Dutch institution is behind some of the most well known sloops, schooners as well as ketches in history, and that includes Athena, Twizzle and Hyperion.
Y.CO, one the leading yacht brokerage firm in the world, is really very excited to feature yet another magnificent Royal Huisman yacht as February’s featured yacht for sale – it is the forty-meters S/Y ANTARES. Constructed in the year 2005, this aluminum-hulled ketch has only completed a full refit, complete repaint as well as ten-year classification survey as well as it is in faultless condition. An all new owner could anticipate lots of adventure onboard this magnificent sailing yacht.
For possible owners looking to buy a yacht with already-established world cruising ancestry, S/Y ANTARES’ is all set to cruise Mediterranean sea, Caribbean as well as other deepest and remote places of the world. The vessels comfortably cruises at fourteen knots. Capable of high gear performance sailing, mainsail could be hoisted under power in two minutes and her key sail covering alterations are also power operated.