Good Weather Made J/24 Midwinters Successful

At Eau Gallie Yacht Club the championship J/24 Midwinter started.


The weather conditions were all good on the day, there was all clear blue skies and breeze running between 10-15 knots. All good weather conditions favored the participants. Sailing Team, Carter White Sea remained in the top position. Total 31 participated in the championship.

Mike Ingham’s Tarheel secured the second position by winning two races and making overall score of 21. The third position was secured by the Welles’ Bogus; he has been just two notches back from Tarheel.

Ingham started the day witnessing his first victory. He beat Travis Odenbach’s Honey Badger, Jesus Lizard and Daniel Borrer’s. Odenbach was the one who won the second race, in this race Ingham and Welles were on top. In the third race, White and Todd Fedyszyn used the spoony Tactics were Welles was the one who crossed the finish line. Continue reading

Spotlight On Japan

Ainslie’s team has been aiming at the America’s Cup World Series whose final lap has started this weekend in Japan.


Many fans are speculating whether this team will be able to maintain their record performance that they showcased at the previous rounds. Sir Ben Ainslie is leading the Land Rover BAR team. This team is representing Britain after a long time in this tournament and many luminous followers of this team are hoping that they will make it this time.

This competition has comprised of nine events and is a World Series whose final lap is now taking place in Japan. The positions of the teams as they start off the races from today show that Sir Ben Ainslie’s team is on top of the leader board as they are about 14 points before the other team of Oracle USA who are the defending champions of this competition. The qualification process for this competition is definitely a long one, but the end of the competition is finally in sight. Continue reading

Trimaran Introduces New Age Sailing

Check out the ultimate Trimaran that brings in all probabilities of bringing about a new era of speed in sailing. This is a current class or a hybrid of the catamaran that offers vessels that are bigger and more complex in handling. However, a new breed of sailors is emerging who can handle these adequately to be able to win races and set incredible parameters for wins.

Most people would have heard about the introduction of catamaran racing that was allowed in the Olympics this year. Indeed, speed racing on the waters gives a different definition by these high speed vessels on water. Vendee Globe and Francois Gabart have been achieved in handling a Trimaran at the age of 29. Continue reading


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