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L30 Adopted to Sail in Offshore World Championship

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It has been announced by World Sailing that L30 has been chosen as the supplied equipment for Offshore World Championship from 2020.

The 30-foot keel boat has a modern design that has racing as its basic feature. Thus, it is just perfect for Championship. Just as one design boat, every boat has the same weight and length. As a matter of fact, it has the same rigging and equipment for making sure the sailors compete on a uniform playing field.
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Peter Crump’s Experience Teach What To Do When Encountered With A Real-Life Situation Of Man Overboard

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Peter Crump attained a lot of knowledge of sailing when he won the chance in which offshore sailing could be done while serving the British Army. This caused a lot of interest, knowledge, and expertise in coastline sailing area with the sport’s safety side. He has been an RYA Yacht master for more than 25 years and an examiner for 20 and also has an Offshore Sailing School.

He aims to teach the students real-life problems that occur during sailing and stresses the fact that a good man in the sea resolves the problem even before they occur. It takes almost 500,000 miles with mistakes which make a person be good in the sea.
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At Etchells Biscayne Bay Series, It Was Tight Win

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The first of four events which comprise of 2017-18 Etchells Biscayne Bay Series (EBBS) got underway with 42 teams taking part in the Louis Piana Cup Regatta (LPCR) on December 9 in Miami. After having a lengthy delay on the first day of the event, two races were concluded and now three more are left for the second day, to determine the winner, it was the situation of who-beat-who in the final race. Jim Cunningham, who was sailing with Mark Ivey, Serena Vilage and Jeff Madrigali, took care of business for a one point win over the team of Lawrie Smith of Richard Parslow, Graham Sunderland and Goncalo Ribeiro.

Series information – event details – results
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Baltimore Sailing Club In The New Year At West Cork Coast

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The BSC (Baltimore Sailing Club) concluded the year 2017 in the same manner as it started – with a wave of activity, says Deirdre Horgan December 29 saw members fill Hotel of Casey for the Annual Dinner Dance. The Commodore Michael Walsh presented the overall 1720 trophy to Boomerang and Declan Tiernan was the overall winner. The award of the best Junior Sailor of the year 2017 went to Joseph Griffiths. The Commodores Award was given to Brian Leonard. Leonard was praised by Michael Walsh for his operation and planning of the Sailing Courses as the Senior Instructor over the past two summers. He also ensured the enjoyment and safety of all sailors on all taster courses and levels.

Commodore Michael Walsh on the occasion thanked all the members, instructors, volunteers, helpers and assistants for a wonderful year. The year started with the IODAI Spring Training Camp in the month of February and the sailing course Rath National School Taster (RNST) over Easter. The Summer Junior Sailing courses (SJSC) attracted record numbers again. The water activity remained continued all through the summer with the Catalogue and Lousy Cup Leagues, Rambler Trophy competitions and Marconi Cup. The adult “Try sailing” courses in the month of July and August respectively, were an excellent opportunity to get brush up on those skills under the supervision of expert eye of qualified instructions.

The season got close with the ITRA National Championships during late November. And the Commodore also wished and congratulated Fionn Lyden on his win of a bronze medal at the Finn U23 World Championships in Hungary. And this was followed by win of All Ireland Sailing Championship (AISC) with the crew mate Liam Manning.

The Mark Hassett continues to make an impression with his campaign in the 49er class and we all wish them success in the year 2018.