MySail Sail Racing News - Sailing & Yachting News From Around The Web
MySail Sail Racing News - Sailing & Yachting News From Around The Web

G’day sailors,

Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms out there getting their kids into sailing, and getting out sailing themselves. I was in trouble with my mother the other week when she mentioned she had not seen our weekly newsletter come through (I was too busy enjoying some sailing myself at Sail Port Stephens, oops!) It’s good to know that at least one person is reading these – so this one’s for you, Mom!

If anyone’s looking for some great online sail training, the CYCA has been putting out some insightful presentations on a variety of topics including East Coast LowsAIS and Satellite Safety Systems and more. You can check these out and register for upcoming sessions on their website.

Enjoy reading the latest sailing news and stories.

Until next week, happy sailing 😊⛵
Deb Dalziel
Founder, MySail


Sailing News from Around the Web

Sailing News from Around the Web

Nina Curtis to join Australian SailGP Team for Season 2

Australian sailor and Olympic silver medallist, Nina Curtis, has been selected to join the Australian SailGP Team for the duration of season 2 of the global league, following a development and training camp at the Bermuda Grand Prix event.

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Kiwis Well Placed After First Day of Finn Gold Cup

Maloney leads after the first day, one point ahead of Joan Cardona of Spain with European champion Zsombor Berecz a further seven points behind in third. Junior, who made history in 2019 by becoming the first Kiwi to win the Finn Gold Cup (world championships), is fifth, 12 points behind Maloney.

From MySail News | Read full article.

Indian claims Line Honours in tough Fremantle to Exmouth Ocean Race

Indian crossed the Exmouth finishing line at about 10:15 this morning, so her elapsed time of under three days shatters the record set by Ross Swanson’s Syrenka 30 years ago by more than one and a half days.

From Sail-World | Read full article.

Record Breaking Boat, Record Breaking Team

When Michael Walsh, Phil Barnett and Neil Paton teamed in the 18ft Skiff Prudential and won the 1989 JJ Giltinan world Championship on Sydney Harbour, they equalled the 1981 record set by the legendary Color 7 team of Iain Murray, Andrew Buckland and Don Buckley.

From MySail News | Read full article.

Bringing the Sisters and Soul Together at SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week

Townsville sailor Donna Dewhurst is happily heading to her 10th SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week (SMIRW) where she will arrive with the usual all-female crew and her Hunter 310, Soul Sister, for Townsville Yacht Club’s annual event, which opens spring racing and closes the season of major sailing events in Northern Queensland each year.

From MySail News | Read full article.

Only 40 Boats Will get to Experience This Epic Event

The Evolution Sails Northern Triangle race is set to be a sell out, and will be equivalent to a sold out U2 concert. You won’t want to miss it!

From Live Sail Die | Read full article.