The 2019 Finn Gold Cup began in style with the 60-boat fleet getting two races in on day one of the Finn Gold Cup, the class world championship, in Melbourne, Australia.
We spoke to Kenny Read about the some of the North Sails developments and looked forward, discussing the relentless pace of change in sailing, the continual development of 3Di, the impact of Helix, environmental responsibilities and innovations.
The MacGlide Festival of Sails returns to Steampacket Gardens this summer with a smorgasboard of experiences for the whole family.
Last week in Pretty Handy, we noted that it was either going to be the Netherlands or Denmark that got the brand new seventh boat for the second season of SailGP. It was the latter, so we will certainly take that 50% as a pass mark.
On Monday, December 16, the last event of the 2019 Olympic class World Championships will begin with the 2019 Finn Gold Cup at the Royal Brighton Yacht Club, in Melbourne, Australia.
During the event, the results of the Dell Latitude Rugged Ocean sprint were announced. The teams had varying conditions over the 335nm sprint section and it was GoToBermuda which completed the course the fastest by around 43 minutes.