Young shipwrights had built the fleet Optimists

Good news came from famous Koz sailing club “Pallada”, according to Mr Marychev. Young enthusiasts gathered with their hands eight Dinghy class Optimist. © Andrew Gludkin In essence, it is the smallest yachts in the world and international class. They are very compact, made of plywood, but no fear of water, ready to boldly cut the Volga wave. Of course, without the help of adults the children would not turned out. Financial support of the project “Children’s flotilla of Mari Read more

Our two in the Golden Fleet

Today       Our two in the Golden Fleet       Today at the world championship in the class "Laser Standard", which takes place in Melbourne, qualification competitions ended. Two Russian yachtsmen, Maxim Nikolaev and Sergey Komissarov, got into the Golden Fleet. Daniil Krutskikh will continue the struggle in the Silver Fleet. According to the results of qualification Nikolaev takes 17th place. After 6 races (with one throw) he has 33 points, arrivals (21) – 6 – 4 – 8 – 11 – 4. Read more

Two of our Gold fleet

Today at the world championship in the class of “Laser-standard”, which takes place in Melbourne, ended the qualifying competition. In the Gold fleet included two Russian sailors Maxim Nikolaev and Sergey Komissarov. Daniil Krutskikh will continue to struggle in the Silver fleet. On the basis of qualifications Nikolaev occupies 17-e a place. After 6 races (with one outlier) had 33 points, parishes (21) – 6 – 4 – 8 – 11 – 4. Commissioners the table right next to it Read more

Second in the Silver Fleet

Today       Second in the Silver Fleet       In Melbourne, the Oceania championship in the Laser Standard and Laser Radial classes ended – a kind of “warm-up” tournament before the World Championships in the same classes, which will be held in Melbourne in a month. There, in the framework of the Sail Australia Sailing Festival, regattas took place in other classes. The winner in the “Laser Standard” was the famous French racer Jean-Baptist Bern – 46 points in 7 races (with one Read more

Second in the Silver fleet

In Melbourne, the championship of Oceania in the classes of “Laser-standard” and “Laser-radial” – a kind of “warm up” tournament before the world Championships in these classes, which will be held in Melbourne next month. There’s also the part of the sailing festival Sail Australia held regattas in other classes. The winner of the “Laser-standard” was a famous French racer Jean-Baptiste Berne, and 46 points in 7 races (with one outlier). But the place of the Russians: 23. Maxim Nikolaev Read more

Our girls are in the Silver Fleet

Today       Our girls are in the Silver Fleet       In Melbourne, the large sailing festival Sail Melbourne continues, in which regattas are held for a number of Olympic and non-Olympic classes. Fans are particularly interested in the starts in the “Laser Standard” and “Laser Radial”, because in a month the World Championships in these classes will be held here in Melbourne – first for women, then for men. And many future participants in these tournaments are already preparing for them in Read more

Our girls – Silver fleet

In Melbourne, continuing a large sailing event Sail Melbourne, in which hosts of the regatta for a number of Olympic and non-Olympic classes. Special interest fans show to start in “Laser standard and Laser-a radial”, because in a month here in Melbourne, will be the world Championships in these classes – first women, then men. Many of the future participants of these tournaments are already preparing for him in Australia. Including the Russians. Which is now the main task – Read more

Didn't hit the Golden Fleet

December 5, 2019       Didn't hit the Golden Fleet       At the World Championships in classes 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17, which continues in Auckland (New Zealand), the third race day ended, and with it the qualification competitions. That's who is ahead in all three classes – and the results of the Russian crews. 49er (87 crews participating). Conducted 9 races. 1. Eric Hale / Thomas Plossel (Germany) – 26 points. 2. Peter Burling / Blair Tuke (New Zealand) – 27. 3. Read more

Didn't hit the Golden Fleet

December 5, 2019       Didn't hit the Golden Fleet       At the World Championships in classes 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17, which continues in Auckland (New Zealand), the third race day ended, and with it the qualification competitions. That's who is ahead in all three classes – and the results of the Russian crews. 49er (87 crews participating). Conducted 9 races. 1. Eric Hale / Thomas Plossel (Germany) – 26 points. 2. Peter Burling / Blair Tuke (New Zealand) – 27. 3. Read more

Didn't hit the Golden Fleet

December 5, 2019       Didn't hit the Golden Fleet       At the World Championships in classes 49er, 49erFX and Nacra 17, which continues in Auckland (New Zealand), the third race day ended, and with it the qualification competitions. That's who is ahead in all three classes – and the results of the Russian crews. 49er (87 crews participating). Conducted 9 races. 1. Eric Hale / Thomas Plossel (Germany) – 26 points. 2. Peter Burling / Blair Tuke (New Zealand) – 27. 3. Read more