Yesterday Around the world – during the war! The time has come for the fourth publication as part of our new project. Recall that now every day we bring to your attention one material – from those that were published on the pages of our magazine in different years. Today we talk about Vito Dumas. Have you heard of this man before? If not, there is a huge gap in your knowledge of sail history. It's time to eliminate it. Read more
Came the fourth publication within the framework of our new project. Recall that now we are every day offered to your attention on one material – of those which in different years were published on the pages of our magazine. Today we tell you about Vito Dumas. You about this man before heard? If not, then your knowledge about the history of sails, there is a huge gap. It’s time to liquidate. Read https://www.yachtrussia.com/articles/2017/07/19/articles_578.html
Yesterday 470 world championship postponed The organizing committee of the World Cup in class 470, which was due to start in Mallorca (Spain) tomorrow, March 13, announced a decision to postpone the regatta. The special communique emphasizes: the championship is not canceled, but postponed – and I want to believe it will be held after April 15th. At the same time, there were reports of the abolition of the traditional regatta Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar, which was supposed to take Read more
The organizing Committee of the world championship 470 class, which is tomorrow, 13 March, was to be launched in Mallorca (Spain), announced the decision to postpone the regatta. In a special communiqué emphasises: championship not been cancelled, it delayed – and, hopefully, will take place after the 15th of April. Simultaneously came reports about the cancellation of the traditional regatta Trofeo Princesa Sofia Iberostar, which was to be held there, in Mallorca, from March 25 to April 4.
Yesterday Genoa World Cup phase canceled The International Sailing Federation – World Sailing – today announced the cancellation of the World Cup in Genoa (Italy) on April 11-19. The reason is the same – coronavirus. At the same time, the International Olympic Committee guaranteed World Sailing that the deadlines for qualifying pre-Olympic competitions would be extended until June 30. 136 Yesterday # 9981 Chief Editor
International sailing Federation World Sailing – today announced the cancellation of the world Cup in Genoa (Italy) 11 – 19 April. The reason is the same – coronavirus. Meanwhile, the international Olympic Committee has guaranteed World Sailing that the timing of the pre-Olympic qualifying competitions will be extended until June 30.
In Petrozavodsk ended winter expedition kite-a-Thon super-long distance “TRANS-Onego Kite Enduro 2020”. The distance laid on the ice of lake Sandal, fully managed to pass only three(!) out of 23 teams and the best of them was a family team from Petrozavodsk Alexey and Alexey Korolko (father and son) who traveled almost 300 km in difficult conditions by the evening of the third day of the race. At the finish of Alexey Korolko (senior) talked about their impressions of the Read more
Today Trans-Onego: Petrozavodsk kiters are world champions! In Petrozavodsk, the winter expeditionary kite marathon for the super-long distance Trans-Onego Kite Enduro 2020 ended. Only three (!) Of 23 teams managed to complete the distance laid on the ice of Lake Sandal, and the best of them was the family team from Petrozavodsk Alexei and Alexei Korolko (father and son), who covered almost 300 km in difficult conditions by the evening of the third day race. At the finish line, Alexei Read more
Today The next edition of the World Sailing Show The press service of the International Sail Federation distributed the next – March – release of its popular video magazine. Traditionally, the release lasts 23 minutes with a small one and includes a whole constellation of interesting and colorful plots – here is the World Cup stage in Olympic yacht classes, held in Miami, and the preparation of the British team INEOS TEAM UK for America's Cup World Series, and a Read more
81-year-old Australian bill Hatfield became the oldest yachtsman who committed a single non-stop round the world voyage under sail. The previous record from September of last year belonged to residents of Canada the British woman Jeanne Socrates, who, we recall, has completed the circumnavigation when she was 77 years old. In his native Donegal, where Hatfield 8 June last year took the start on the boat L’eau Commotion with a length of 38 feet (11.6 meters), it returned on Saturday. Read more