World sailing which is the world governing body of the sport has announced that they have renewed the Special event status of World Match Racing Tour or WMRT. The announcement came after the Championship Final concluded in Marstrand in Sweden. Phil Robertson of New Zealand was crowned the world champion of the WMRT for the 2nd time.
It has been reported that the Special Event Agreement
has been signed with EFB Group that took over WMRT ownership in December in the
year 2018 is going to envision World Sailing actively working together with
World Match Racing Tour for the promotion of the global tour which awards the
WMRT championship every year.
America’s Cup was held in the city of Newport, RI multiple times from the years 1930 to 1983, with the 12 Meter as he chose class for nine of those occasions, from 1958 to 1983. At the point when the 12 Meter Championship of World in the city of Newport from the July 8-13, it will be a gathering of watercrafts and men.
Furthermore, they will cruise to some degree a similar America’s Cup courses plotted past in the center of the bay of Narragansett and the Reef in the Ocean Atlantic that some time in the past brought reputation to grand Newport and its encompassing waters. With the Cup’s recorded connections to Newport, it’s nothing unexpected that a considerable lot of the mariners wanting to contend at the Worlds are veterans of 12 Meter America’s Cup battles.
No doubt, paradise had been waiting for a new update string from the boat builders of America and the long wait is now over, WOW! At last, we have a burst and a display of new stuff with the coming of the sakura flowers of spring.
All this while, if you are one of those who were thinking about Hinckley’s status, then look no further and have a glance on this brief article. VOILA! We have the perfect mix of the intriguing concoction of the olden and regular styles into the modern quick styles and structure frames, Sou’Wester 53.
The sailing yacht Picon (23.47 meter) that was listed for sale by Jochen Brill at Northrop & Johnson, has been sold at Chamberlain Yachts by Kent Chamberlain introduces the buyer.
This was the catamaran was delivered by British yard Prout in 2013. It was designed to be easy to handle on the water and at the same time offer excellent comfort. The maiden voyage of the yacht was in July 2013 when she has been taken for sailing to the Bahamas
Round the world yacht race proved fatal for Simon Speirs, who died at the age of sixty while taking part in such a race in November 2017. Hailing from Bristol, he was taking part in the Clipper race. He fell into the Southern Ocean as the boat was caught in the midst of a gale of forceful winds. He was tethered to a safety line, but having got caught in the waters for 36 minutes in cold conditions was too much for his system to bear. His burial was at sea during the yacht race as a result.
He had been a crew member on the Great Britain yacht. The boat was in the sixth position when they were sailing the stretch from South Africa and Australia. The incident took place on day 18th of the third race. Speirs was no novice and was a dinghy sailor who had forty years of experience. He was helping in changing sails on the 21 meter yacht when he was washed overboard. He was clipped to a safety tether and the crew managed to get him back on board within 36 minutes.
There were three medically trained crew members who administered CPR and there was a GP on board as well. However, Simon was unable to regain unconsciousness and was declared dead after the concerted efforts were put in. Simon was wearing a life jacket and also had waterproof ocean oilskins on him at the time when he fell overboard. Speirs was buried at sea with a Christian service carried out by the skipper on board which was followed by a similar service back home by his family members. An investigation also ensued to look into the aspects that caused his death and whether the safety aspects were inadequate.