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

Hello sailors,

Well, it’s clear that we’re not in the clear around COVID-19 just yet. In many places where restrictions had been lifted and it seemed things were getting back to normal, things are now getting worse. New cases and COVID-19 ‘hot spots’ have caused the cancellation of more much-loved events including Hamilton Island Race Week as well as the Breakout Series that had been created as a celebration of our return to sailing. 

Airlie Beach Race Week is still going ahead with 60 yachts scheduled to attend the regatta which starts this Friday. 
If you have any updates on races and regattas that are happening or have been cancelled, please send these through to so we can update this information in the MySail event search page.

Tonight on Dockside with Deb I’m interviewing a panel of people who are doing good and giving back to their community through sailing. We’ll kick off tonight at 7:00pm AEST – click here to register to attend and join the conversation.

That’s all for this week!

Until next week, happy sailing 😊⛵
Deb (MySail Founder)

Sailing News from Around the Web

America’s Cup: AC75, Designed to Fly

It was August 2012 when the sailing world was turned upside down by a 72-foot catamaran flying in the Hauraki Gulf. Emirates Team New Zealand had brought foiling to the America’s Cup and changed the face of top-level yacht racing forever.

From Scuttlebutt Sailing News | Read full article.

Figaro Series: The Hardest Sailing Race on the Planet Where Money Means Nothing

The legendary Michel Desjoyeaux says the Figaro Series is the hardest race in the world. Matthew Shehan finds out why.

From Yachting World | Read full article.

The Essential Race Committee

Those who run our races put in long hours on the water to ensure a quality experience.

From Sailing World | Read full article.

Wendy Tuck – Breaking Records and Barriers

Becoming a trailblazer was not Wendy Tuck’s intention when she signed up to be a Skipper in the Clipper 2018-17 Race – the Australian simply wanted to go sailing. But that all changed on July 28, 2018, when she made history and became the first female skipper to win a round the world yacht race.

From Sail-World | Read full article.

America’s Cup: Team New Zealand Survive Heart-stopping Moment in Training

Team New Zealand have pulled off a miracle save during their latest round of testing in Auckland.

From stuff | Read full article.

New Rules for Recreational Boaters Intending to Cross the Borders into Queensland

All people entering Queensland must complete a Queensland Border Declaration Pass to cross the border, including returning Queenslanders. This will include agreeing to get tested for COVID-19 if you develop any symptoms within 14 days of arriving in Queensland.

From | Read the article.