Quietly on Quiet …

Yesterday       Quietly on Quiet … Over the past months we have been closely monitoring the situation in Europe. But the pandemic has affected even the most remote areas on the other side of the globe. Today we will tell you how things are with quarantine in countries belonging to the Pacific. Galapagos. Entrance is allowed only to yachts in need of some help (water, fuel, food, spare parts). Such yachts are allowed yacht parking in two marinas. The team should Read more

Quiet a Quiet…

In recent months we are closely watching the situation in Europe. But the pandemic has affected even the most remote areas on the other side of the globe. Today we will tell you how things are going with quarantine in the countries belonging to the Pacific ocean. The Galapagos. Entry is restricted to yachts in need of some help (water, fuel, food, spare parts). These yachts allowed yacht Parking in the two marinas. The team must be on Board, all Read more

Happy birthday, Oleg!

The editors of magazine Yacht Russia on behalf of many thousands of our readers is pleased to congratulate Oleg Ilyin 77 anniversary! Let date is not round. But it is, in our view, amazingly beautiful. Because the number 77 is like two sails. Right? Oleg Zubkov – one of the symbols of the Russian sailing. A man of great knowledge and various skills. A great professional. To list all his posts and positions shall be. Recall that Ilyin – General Read more

Spain cancels quarantine

Today       Spain cancels quarantine       The other day, the Spanish government decided to cancel the 14-day quarantine for foreigners coming to the country, including tourists, from July 1. Earlier, the country's authorities had already promised that in July they would open the borders for foreign tourists, but did not specify whether they would need to be in self-isolation after arriving in Spain. A little earlier, on May 18 in the Baleares, Canaries and on the territory of continental Spain allowed access Read more

Spain cancels quarantine

Recently the Spanish government has decided to cancel the 14-day quarantine for entering the country of foreigners, including tourists, from 1 July. Earlier, the authorities have promised that in July will open its borders to foreign tourists, however, did not specify whether they will be in isolation after his arrival in Spain. Earlier, on may 18, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands and continental Spain was allowed access to the water. The exceptions are Catalonia and Madrid, which still remains Read more

Remembering My Song

Yesterday       Remembering My Song       The sad date that many sailing sites of different countries remembered today: a year ago, in the early morning of May 26, a 130-foot (39.6 m) megayacht My Song fell into the water from the deck of the cargo ship that transported it. She was the favorite toy of the Italian businessman Pierre Luigi Loro Pian, who laid out for her 30 million euros. The Baltic Yachts shipyard completed the construction of My Song in 2016 Read more

From Brest to Brest

Yesterday       From Brest to Brest       You are welcome to the Yacht Russia video showroom! If you have half an hour of free time (and those who are on self-isolation, this happens, we know by ourselves), we suggest watching a 30-minute film about the Brest Atlantiques race last year. Something, of course, is worth refreshing. In the marathon (14400 nautical miles long) and non-stop race on the route Brest – Rio de Janeiro – Cape Town – Brest, four Ultim class Read more

Dragons don't give up!

Yesterday       Dragons don't give up! Despite all the efforts of the International Dragon Class Association and the organizers, this year all three regattas of the Grand Prix series, as well as the Golden Cup, were canceled due to the virus. The European Championship in the Dragon class has also been rescheduled to next year. However, as reported by http://russiandragon.ru, the dragons do not give up. So, Pedro Andrade (POR 84), familiar to our yachtsmen as the silver medalist of Marblehead Read more

Draconity don’t give up!

Despite all the efforts of the International Association “Dragon” class, and the organizers, this year all three of the regatta series “Grand Prix” and a Gold Cup was cancelled because of the virus. The European championship in the Dragon class postponed to the next year. However, as reported by http://russiandragon.ru, draconity don’t give up. So, Pedro Andrade (POR 84), known to our sailors as silver medal winner of the Marblehead Trophy and a participant of last year’s championship of Russia Read more

A useless journey, Te Aihe

To New Zealand after a long journey, returned Te Aihe – boat class АС75 built by the current owners of the America’s Cup team Emirates Team New Zealand. Any special news in this return there would be if a cruel joke on Te Aihe played coronavirus. The story is. The yacht went on a journey, 2 Feb. And in the new Zealand port of Tauranga it was loaded onto a cargo ship and in company with 16 containers of necessary Read more