Welcome all to Mystic Seaport for another phenomenal WoodenBoat Show. Come to the show to see over a hundred beautiful wooden boats lining the docks and campus of the Seaport, watch as families build boats, engage with WoodenBoat readers displaying boats they built themselves, learn new skills at the expert demonstrations, check out a variety of marine products from our vendors, and explore Mystic Seaport Museum. Join Wooden Boat June 30–July 2, 2017! ...Read more
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How many times have you gazed at a Classic Yacht Calendar wishing that you had been there? Well, turn those daydreams into reality by joining us at the Corinthian Classic Yacht Regatta, presented by Officine Panerai, August 12 & 13. The event is all about “Pure Pageantry” and is just as much a rendezvous of classic yachts and “characters” as it is a well-organized regatta. Beautiful? Absolutely. Fun? Without a doubt.Read more
- This regatta is a blast, on and off the water
- The racing is done in "Pursuit" format – much less pressure at the start but still a decent challenge
- A GREAT venue at the Corinthian Yacht Club with parties all weekend
- Reasonable entry fee includes FREE mooring and one heck of a Skippers Bag
- Complimentary 8x10 photo of your yacht under sail
- More prizes from Officine Panerai are up for grabs for more boats than ever before (yes, you could win a Panerai watch)
Published on Jun 21, 2017 In the second half of June, when winds blow more strongly, ideal conditions are created for racing around the ancient port of Santo Stefano, on the western side of Mount Argentario. That is precisely when the Argentario Sailing Week is held, the regatta reserved for classic and vintage yachts, which each year hosts watercraft from all over the Mediterranean to partake in thrilling challenges celebrating beauty and love of the sea.Read more
A film by Gavin Shaw - One of the first sailing documentaries shot on video.Classic Atlantic ocean 5,000 mile trade wind passage shot in 1986 aboard noted sailor/author Don Street's 1905 engineless 44 foot yawl, Iolaire. Documents Iolair's ninth Atlantic crossing from Ireland, with eleven ocean islands along the way, to Christmas on Antigua in the Caribbean. First landfall is Vigo in dense fog. Next, a short-handed 800 mile passage to Madeira. Then enroute to the Canaries, the desolate and dangerous Salvage Islands. The trade winds fill in at 20 N and it's an easy reach to the Verdes. From there, a fast 14-day run of 2100 miles with whales, water rationing, a leaky bilge bring Iolaire safely into Antigua. You may want to check out The Complete Street, which includes all 5 Don Street videos at a package price. www.thesailingchannel.tv/don-street/ Presented by www.TheSailingChannel.TV.Browse our VOD collection at https://vimeo.com/sailflix/vod_pages/ Join our eNewsletter at www.thesailingchannel.tv/join for news and discount offers.
Event: America’s Cup J Class Regatta Entrants: 7 Coarse: WL Wind: Light Tracking - Replay: TracTrac AC 35 J Class Regatta Photo Credit: J Class - Studio BorlenghiRead more