DÉCOUVRIRBIBLIOTHÈQUE
searchclose
shopping_cart_outlined
exit_to_app
category_outlined / Aviation et Bateau
Yachts & Yachting magazineYachts & Yachting magazine

Yachts & Yachting magazine

June 2019

Since 1947 Yachts & Yachting has been famed for its excellent coverage of all aspects of racing, from local dinghy and keelboat events to the heights of the Olympic Games, America's Cup and Volvo Ocean Race. As well as the top end events, each issue is full of vital information, including technique and tips from some of the best coaches in the sport, interviews and profiles, kit and equipment guides, as well as tests of the latest new boats.

Pays:
United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Chelsea Magazine
Lire pluskeyboard_arrow_down
J'ACHÈTE CE NUMÉRO
4,68 €(TVA Incluse)
JE M'ABONNE
46,92 €(TVA Incluse)
12 Numéros

DANS CE NUMÉRO

access_time2 min.
club memories

This month I was out testing the new Melges 14 dinghy on Portland Harbour in Dorset, where I did much of my formative dinghy racing, from Castle Cove Sailing Club. Back then I was in a battered old Laser and an average weekend would see 30 other Lasers on the startline, most of whom lapped me at least once in every race. Sailing in the harbour again, for the first time since 2001, things have changed a bit, what with the Olympic centre and a large marina now in situ, but it reminded me of the invaluable experiences I had at Castle Cove, learning about boat handling, sail trim, crewing and racing rules from more experienced and extremely patient club members.This month’s Yachts & Yachting looks at how to…

access_time1 min.
writers this month include…

Musto Skiff sailor, Andy Rice, has an unparalleled knowledge of the dinghy scene from grass roots sailing to Olympic level Mark Rushall coaches at the highest levels of the sport, covering all types of racing from dinghies to round the world big boat events Stalwart of the Solent racing scene, Rupert Holmes is a successful sailor, RYA keelboat race coach, and freelance journalist …

access_time1 min.
yachts & yachting magazine

EDITORIALEditor Rob Peake rob.peake@chelseamagazines.comNews and Digital Editor Chris RosamondArt Editor Gareth Lloyd JonesSub-Editor Sharon GrayClubs & Classes Editor Paula Irish club@yachtsandyachting.co.ukContributors: Bob Fisher, Rupert Holmes, Paula Irish, Rob Kothe, Mark Rushall, Sue Pelling, Andy Rice, Andi Robertson Cover image: Varuna, Jens Kellinghusen’s Ker 56, rounds the Fastnet Rock in the 2017 Rolex Fastnet Race. Credit: Rolex/Kurt Arrigo ADVERTISINGJodie Green +44 (0)207 349 3722 jodie.green@chelseamagazines.comMark Harrington +44 (0)207 349 3787 mark.harrington@chelseamagazines.com PUBLISHINGManaging Director Paul DobsonDeputy Managing Director Steve RossFinance Director Vicki GavinPublisher Simon TemlettPublishing Consultant Martin NottMarketing Manager Daniel Webb daniel.webb@chelseamagazines.com…

access_time7 min.
news

Simulator sessions for SailGP crews As the technology-packed SailGP championship gets into its stride this season, competing crews have been offered the chance to improve their skills on a multi-million pound simulator.The simulator is owned and operated by tech firm Artemis, who developed it as part of their own 2017 America’s Cup campaign. The new SailGP championship is raced using the fleet of former AC boats, and teams can buy hours on the Artemis simulator in order to top up the limited time their crews have on the water.The space-age set-up is tucked away in a corner of a Slough industrial estate – not a place you’d necessarily expect to find teams of elite international sailors in race gear and harnesses battling with the controls of a…

access_time1 min.
in numbers

2,000 miles. The distance last-placed Golden Globe sailor Tapio Lehtinen had left to sail as the winner was crowned 40 years since the 1979 Fastnet Race was hit by a F11 storm, resulting in the deaths of 15 sailors, and 86 yachts finishing out of the fleet of 303 starters 41 knots. Speed attained by Thomas Coville’s foiling maxi trimaran – and 2019 Fastnet entrant – Sodebo 3 in early trials in France 143 minutes. (And 23 seconds.) The outight race record set by MOD70 mulithull Phaedo^3 in the 2016 Round the Island Race. Entries are currently open for the 2019 edition...…

access_time1 min.
they said…

“I’m super excited – there was a big build-up to this event so I’m really happy to have won it. We’ve had a massive mix of conditions, so I’ve just tried to get good starts and be as consistent as possible.” Matilda Nicholls, 17, from Durley, Hants, who took the top spot in the Laser Radial girls fleet at the biggest ever RYA Youth National Championships in Weymouth in April. “Normally Easter is a pretty tough event with a huge variety of conditions, but to have this high pressure system sitting over us just doesn’t work for sailing. The race management team has tried to be patient and do the best they can, but despite the cold water temperature and the hot temperature on the land, the northeasterly gradient…

help