While the usual ocean races go on around the world, there are some who are trying to get innovations and new feats in place.
For instance Undaunted is a 42 inch yacht that is probably the smallest boat to brace the ocean waters and it is being put to work to cross the waters of the Atlantic. Matt Kent has been engaged in this feat. At the age of 33 he put in his first attempt to cross the Atlantic in this capsule boat. He turned back within a span of 24 hours but hope is not lost for what one can manage with this tiny boat.
Matt Kent set sail solo in Undaunted, which is a 42 inch yacht. He started from La Gomera in the Canary Islands. However, he had to return back as the seaworthiness of his boat was doubted. He explained that there had been a weak point, though there was no immediate danger. Continue reading Undaunted Boat Smallest As Yet
The thunderstorms decided to wait for the quarterfinals to finish at the Women’s Match Racing World Championship so that we get to know who the four semifinalists of the event are.
The results turned out to be pretty much on form and all the four top teams have qualified for the semifinals. They will be competing against each other to win the 2017 Women’s Match Racing World Championship.
The quarterfinals were an exciting affair and both the teams and the spectators in Helsinki enjoyed the day. The first quarterfinal match was between local sailor MarinellaLaaksonen and her L2 Match Racing Team and Renée Groeneveld from Netherlands and her Dutch Match Racing Team. Renee and her team won the race easily 3-0. She said that they had good speed and the crew did a fine job by taking advantage of the strong winds. Continue reading Top 4 Enter Semifinals Of Women’s Match Racing
The Vendee Globe is the toughest around the world race for sailors. The 10th potion of the Vendee Globe has been decided and it goes to Arnaud Boissières who touched the finish line of the popular racing event at 8 hours 26 minutes on last Friday morning.
This is the third time that Arnaud Boissières has completed the Vendee Globe race. He completed the race in 28 days, 16 hours and 48 minutes later than the first position that went to Armel Le Cléac’h. Boissieres traveled a total of 102 days, 20 hours and 24 minutes and sailed for 28,155 miles from the start of the Vendee Globe to the finish line at Les Sables d’Olonne. His average speed during this testing race was 11.4 knots. Continue reading Vendee Globe – Boissieres Finishes 10th
As the new framework agreement was worked upon by four skippers of the participating teams in America’s Cup, it brought to light several sections and aspects that needed attention.
For instance, the Deed of Gift is one document that is central to the agreement terms. It is considered to be the foundation that governs most aspects of the tournament. As per the Deed competitors get to know that, those who become winners in the race the team as well as the yacht club involved become trustees of the organization. This has helped ensure a lot of interest in the final races. Again, there is a down time after a race cycle is concluded during which time the defender is assigned the task to redefine equipment and racing format for the next event coming up. This helps develop a business structure for the organization which gets participating teams and clubs engaged in the works of the organization besides participating in the events. Continue reading Deed Of Gift America’s Cup
Elayna Carausu and Riley Whitelum were on sailing voyage and they met in Greece in year 2014.
After they met their voyage did not remain personal but become fame of social media. Now, there love story and voyage has got new adventure. The couples have got a deal for a France sailing company; they are funding a million dollar yacht to this couple.
Moreover, their global voyage is now completely funded by social media. The love story of Carausu and Whitelum is very popular on social media and the couple has created a large pool of their fan on the platform.
French boat building company Outremer showed companies yachts in one of the videos posted by couple and then company gifted them a million dollar new luxury catamaran at discounted price. Director of Outremer’s Australian distributor Multihull Central, Bryce Vaughan said that the Outremer is the loyal fan of the couple. They have seen incredible things on YouTube videos posted by them and they have become a big fan of them. Continue reading Sailing Blogger Get Luxury Deal
Y.CO, the superyacht charter and brokerage company, has declared a brand new collaboration with Quintessentially, the well known members-only luxury lifestyle management and concierge service. Y.CO will fulfill all yacht charter calls for Q Members as part of their travel caretaker service.
Quintessentially Lifestyle Managers would work along Y.CO charter team, who would utilize years of experience as well as insider knowledge of yacht industry to bring in unique experience as well as limitless probabilities of superyacht charter to Q Members.
With more than ten years’ of experience of setting up comprehensive flowing travel for members, the Quintessentially brand is really aligned with Y.CO as well as their commitment to making great charter experiences. Both the Quintessentially and Y.CO teams work with the philosophy that no demand is too much. If a client can imagine it, they could make it.
Charlie Birkett the Co-Founder & CEO of Y.CO told that they are really very happy about working with Quintessentially and showing members just how magnificent the superyacht charter experience could be. With access to thousands of charter yachts, available in places from the Caribbean and Mediterranean to South Pacific, they look forward to working together to create unforgettable, unique times onboard, perfectly personalized for each member.
Meanwhile, Burger Begins has declared the start of an exciting new build program that would see a fully custom 31.55 meter Explorer vessel entering building site at the United States shipyard. The yacht carries a modern exterior with contemporary interior styling, developed by Luiz de Basto.