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28marTutto il giorno29Campionato Zonale IZonale Chiavari(Tutto il giorno) Yacht Club Chiavari, Via Porto Turistico, 13, 16043 Chiavari GETipo di appuntamento:Regata Zonale

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Benvenuti nel nuovo sito. E ora navighiamo insieme

La cosa migliore è cliccare e curiosare. Ma se avete un minuto da perdere vi spiego due o tre cosette per utilizzare al meglio questo nuovo sito dove la primadonna è ovviamente “lei” (come dicono gli inglesi) cioé la nostra bellissima barca. Ma dove i protagonisti siete tutti voi. Nessuno escluso

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- Jurjen van 't Verlaat

Sea Eagle II, the world's largest alumimium sailing yacht was launched on Thursday 16 January 2020 and moved to Royal Huisman's shipyard location in Amsterdam. Stepping her three carbon Panamax masts by Rondal is planned next week.

- Nick Page

Two more races were completed in a tricky breeze today in the Mitre 10 Mega NZ Laser National titles in New Plymouth, to keep the contest bang on schedule.

- Farr 40 Australia

It was gruelling conditions on Sydney Harbour for the first day of the Farr 40 One Design Trophy and Jeff Carter's Edake scored three bullets putting them right back where they have been comfortably sitting for the majority of the season in first place.

- newsposter

After the windy opening day with a reduced program at Sail Melbourne, racing has already been completed this Saturday morning UTC. —– In the Finns, Jack Lilley AUS kept a clear lead. After a race win, Nils Theuninck SUI moved up on rank 2 at equal points with Anders Pedersen NOR and Tom Ramshaw CAN. —– The Kite-Foilers completed 6 races with Scott Whithead AUS solidly on top. His sister Breiana Whitehead AUS on rank 5 is the best-ranked woman among the 20 starters. —– The RS:X windsurfers completed 6 races as well. In the men, Tom Squires GBR is on top ahead of Makoto Tomizawa JPN, in the women, Noy Drihan ISR is in front of the Olympic Champion Charline Picon FRA until now. —– In the Lasers Radial Open – including the Men Juniors – the U19 youth Michael Compton AUS replaced Marit Bouwmeester NED on top. Sarah Douglas CAN is 24th, Paige Railey USA 42nd. …….. —– In the Lasers Standard, Jean-Baptiste Bernaz FRA defended the first place ahead of the Olympic Champion Tom Burton AUS, who already lost the 2020 Olympic [...]

- newsposter

After the windy opening day with only one race – see the video – the three planned races have been completed in Melbourne AUS this Saturday morning UTC. Clear dominators in the prevailing fresh winds were again Mike Holt/Rob Woelfel USA with the ranks 2/1/1 extending their overall lead. Only Robin Deussen/David Snoad AUS (1/2/2) could keep the pace of the leaders. 32 teams are participating. —– All and the []event facebook page.

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Start time 9h UTC in Hongkong this morning ! Francis Joyon FRA and his team plan to depart to the final and most important record attempt of his Asia-Tour, the Route du Thé leading around Africa to London. The existing record, established by Giovanni Soldini ITA with his MOD-70-Trimaran Maserati is 36 days, 2 hours and 37 minutes. —– The preview. —– The record ride can be followed over GPS tracking.

Bracciano: lago, natura e quel trenino per Roma

Il Castello, le tombe etrusche, le passeggiate nel verde. E se tutto questo non vi basta, ecco un trenino che vi porta dritti dritti nel cuore di Roma. Mille e uno motivi per non perdere la Nazionale di giugno a Bracciano

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