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    • Emma Wilson: Britain’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Windsurfing medallist 30th July 2021
      Coming from a family of top level windsurfers, Britain's Emma Wilson is guaranteed a medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing competition It can be tough following in the footsteps of a two-time Olympian parent, but Emma Wilson is well on track …Continue reading » The post Emma Wilson: Britain’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic Windsurfing medallist […]
      Toby Heppell
    • Olympic sailing: Light winds, disqualifications and more medals 30th July 2021
      It was a light day on the water for the sixth day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition, which saw new competitors at the front Medal Races where first brought into the Olympic Sailing Competition in an attempt to provide a final race showdown for …Continue reading » The post Olympic sailing: Light winds, […]
      Yachting World
    • Vessel transfer: A how to guide from Pip Hare 30th July 2021
      Pip Hare talks about the problems involved in a rescue using a vessel transfer from a yacht to a rescue ship or other boat Whether it’s a medical emergency that requires a single crewmember to be evacuated, or a yacht suffers damage that means …Continue reading » The post Vessel transfer: A how to guide […]
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    • Tokyo 2020 Olympic sailing: First medals all but decided 29th July 2021
      The men's and women's windsurfer Olympic sailing fleets now only have a top-ten Medal Race to complete, with some sailors already guaranteed a medal The first medals are all but guaranteed at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition as Dutch windsurfer Kiran Badloe (NED) …Continue reading » The post Tokyo 2020 Olympic sailing: First medals […]
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    • Olympic Sailing: What it’s really like in Japan 29th July 2021
      Andy Rice gives Yachting World a special insight to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic sailing venue, Enoshima, where the racing has been stunning despite the difficulties caused by Covid 19 Touch wood, this Olympic Sailing Regatta really seems to be working out! The site of the 1964 Games is delivering …Continue reading » The post Olympic […]
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    • New yachts: Swan 58 and Swan 55 29th July 2021
      Rupert Holmes reports on the recent announcement of the Swan 55 and the sea trials of the Swan 58, which was announced in 2020 Nautor’s is expanding at an enviable rate – turnover doubled between 2017 and 2019 and the company shows no sign …Continue reading » The post New yachts: Swan 58 and Swan […]
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    • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing: Brits to the fore on day four 28th July 2021
      A day of good breeze, but huge waves made for a hectic day four of the Olympic Sailing competition for Tokyo 2020, with the British team having the best of it. Andy Rice reports. Enoshima is famous, notorious even, for its big wave action, and that’s what the sailors got on day four of …Continue […]
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    • How to deal with problems at sea 28th July 2021
      If anyone knows about solving problems at sea it's Liz Wardley, veteran of three Volvo Ocean Races. She talks through the key considerations Liz Wardley, by her own admission, hated school. “I was a very bad student, but if I can learn a …Continue reading » The post How to deal with problems at sea […]
      Yachting World
    • Best cooler box and cooling kit for sailors 28th July 2021
      For those of us without a fridge onboard - of merely wanting to keep drinks cold from ship to shore, a top quality cooler box is essentialA cold drink at the end of a long day is well worth the hassle of sourcing or making ice. Photo: Tor Johnson With the summer now in full […]
      Toby Hodges
    • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing: Ups and downs on Day 3 27th July 2021
      It started out with big breezes which eventually faded to nothing in Tokyo for the third day of the Olympic sailing regatta, writes Andy Rice The excitement kicked up a gear on the third day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition as the women …Continue reading » The post Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing: Ups […]
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