The ocean nearer to Marblehead witnessed a total of ten fleets that came together for the 2019 edition of Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta as part of the Marblehead Race Week. All the fleets were of one-design racing boats. The teams battled for getting the top honors amidst shifting currents and light winds. There is also a chance for the winner to earn a trip to the Virgin Islands of Britain to participate in the NOOD Caribbean Championship in late of October. The entire championship will be sponsored by Sunsail.
Erica Beck Spencer, a participant, was seen to be controlling her Sea Bags Sailing Team for women’s boat. They were competing with a pair of firsts to lead the fleet for J/24 after racing for the first day. Erica, along with her crew Jess Harris took the initiative to put the team together after they all participated in the World Championship 2014. She stated that she and her crew were annoyed to see that only two all-female teams were competing. Jess and Erica also thanked Seabags for sponsoring them and it has been really a great journey for them as well.
Australian Sailing Team’s members have arrived at Mallorca, Palma’s coastal town. Here, they are going to prepare for the first classes event of European Olympic, this season. This is the fiftieth Trofeo SAR Princess Sofia and they will compete against elite sailors across the globe.
It is going to be held from 1st to 6th of April on the Mediterranean which is little over a year out from Tokyo Summer Olympic Games of 2020, the Australian team containing 25 sailors are representing across 6 different classes. Mat Belcher, skipper of Men 470 is the most experienced one. He has delivered silver and gold Olympic medals from 2016 and 2012 Games, respectively. He had been chewed over by Will Ryan in the former.
They live in an extraordinary world filled with exotic places, glamorous people and an everlasting ocean breeze while meeting the rich and famous needs – but there’s also a dark side to life as a crew member on a luxury superyacht. While recruiting people are keen to promote the ability of young Australians to collect tax-free income, travel the world and “fall in love”, crew members have also shared their experiences of misogyny, prostitution, and drugs aboard on millions of dollars mega yachts.
Australian Sinead McNamara’s sudden death of a $ 190 million vessel in Greece last week led to the investigation of the superyacht industry where she had been employed. The 20-year-old was on the last day of a four-month style, working as a crew member at Maya Queen IV when she died aboard the luxury boat on Friday when it was anchored near Kefalonia.
Billionaire belonging to Russia £360 Million Superyacht ‘Sailing Yacht A’ found at Gibraltar Port
‘Sailing Yacht A’ is a well known largest sailing yacht in the private sector spotted at Gibraltar Port. The globally largest sailing yachts are known for extremely unbelievable results according to the recent details collected.
This organization would be adopting a fair process to decide whether a boat should be penalized if a rule is broken by a coach. An annual conference was held in Mexico end of 2017 where the meetings had delegates coming in from the different sailing communities and countries. Proposals were put in to modify racing rules that were discussed and voted upon. The proposals that were accepted were decided to be put into effect from January 1st 2021.
There were certain changes that were deemed urgent and needed to be given effect from an earlier date. There is one definite change that has been implemented and three rules. These have become effective from January 2018. The primary reason is to ensure that a fair method is in place if a coach, support person or a parent breaks a rule. The effective change in the rule would include penalizing a boat without having to hold a hearing. US Sailing wrote to all concerned judges to urge them to impose penalty that can be done as per the revised rules without having to hold a hearing.
Four changes are being implemented as per the proposals and discussions that were held. A process has been put in place so that those who are alleged to have broken rules can put in a protest. The protest committee can have a prosecutor in place who will present the case. In case there is a request for a redress, the prosecutor can put on the case for the boat who requests a redress.
The main change that comes in is the ability to put in a penalty without having to hold a hearing. At the same time the boat or the support person being penalized can defend themselves. This chance to defend themselves is also a major revision that comes with the rules.
Paris Henken, Elizabeth Mignon and Annabel Carrington dominated the B-Division of the championship Navy Fall Women’s on both Saturday and Sunday to push the top-ranked sailing team of College of Charleston to a 14-point win over the Brown.
On Saturday, the Cougars register the victory on the North Points #4 to close one stronger sailing weekend.
Cougars got a win with 24 points in the North Points #4 and edged out at the second-place South Carolina by two points. Charlie Morano (Junior) skippered the Cougars to the A-Division top with 14 points with senior crew Marissa Bamonte. In the second B-Division, the skipper of sophomore Patrick Shannon and crew Laura Masterson of sophomore finished the event first, with 10 points.
The Cougars closed the weekend with a return win at the Navy Fall Women’s (NFW) on Sunday after entering into third and losing first-place Yale by 30 points. Mignon and Henken, Carrington delivered a fascinating and dominating performance with the margin of 35-point margin to get the victory in B-Division. Continue Reading