The Top Sailing Events in Canada

Located across Canada are multiple sailing clubs, which compete in various competitions across the nation. This extends from Nova Scotia to Ontario and beyond. Below we’ve compiled the top outfits across Canada that regularly compete in these competitions. The 1st is the Saint Margaret’s Sailing Club, which is located out of Glen Haven in Nova […]

Georgia Government Facing Backlash from Sailors

The United States Boat Owners Association confirmed that they’d sent letters to Georgia State Officials. Those who are connected to this association include 500,000 sailors in America. Their concern is the restrictions that have been placed in Georgia waters, which was implemented by Brain Kemp and is already affecting the tourism industry. This follows after […]

Italy Capsizes during America Cup Training

This week provided unexpected headlines for supporters of international sailing. It was revealed that the Emirates New Zealand Team had capsized their newly purchased AC75. Shortly after it was noted that Luna Rossa from Italy had also overturned their vessel before the 36th America’s Cup. Unlike New Zealand, the Italians couldn’t save their AC75 and […]

Horrible Weather at Biscayne Bay

Athletes participating in the Florida Regatta were met with unexpected weather, which prompted some of the most life-threating conditions seen in sailing. There was an increased presence of freezing rain and wind, resulting in 182 sailors having to use all their skillsets to keep their vessels moving forward. Racers participating in this Miami event were […]

The Sailing Regatta’s for January

The 2020 Season for International Sailing is beginning, two events taking place on opposite ends of the world. The 1st is the Caribbean Regatta, which is held by the Barbados Sailing Club throughout January 18th to 21st. This event will comprise of multiple vessels, including windsurfers and racing yachts. This extends to kite surfers, cruisers, […]

Carnival Cruise Line Implements Dress Code

Carnival Cruise Lines announced that they’re altering the required dress code accepted on their vessels. This comes after decades of Carnival being known for partying, excessive drinking and potential nudity. However, the corporation has been focusing its efforts on creating a new image amongst travellers. No longer will guests see T-Shirts with profanity or women […]

The HMAS Choules Saves Australians

Australia has been ravaged by wildfires all year, with numerous ecosystems being destroyed and animal life being lost. However, humans have begun evacuating the country in certain jurisdictions. This marks the first instance that thousands of tourists and residents have to leave a specific destination because of climate change. It’s estimated that 1,000 tourists were […]

Best Cruise Ships in 2020

Sailing has become one of the world’s most popular forms of vacationing. Every year there are new cruise shops released, hoping to capture the adventurous minds of millions worldwide. Instead, it’s a shopping centre, multiple high-end restaurants or entertainment facilities; there’s something for everyone on a cruise ship. One of the newest movements in this […]

America World Cup Series Released

The American World Cup Sailing Association has provided a detailed insight into the upcoming schedule in 2021. National teams with New Zealand, England, and Italy confirmed the lineup of competitions. In this announcement, it was also confirmed that National Teams would race under the AC75 American Yacht Class. The provided schedule was delayed for multiple […]

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