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Inked: SE Asia

by Sail Staff, Posted November 19, 2007
Singapore has been named as the first official Southeast Asian stopover in the Volvo Ocean Race’s history. The fleet of Volvo Open 70’s is expected to reach Singapore in mid-December of 2008, and will tie up at the new, state-of-the-art One Degree 15 Marina Club, located on the resort island of Sentosa. Says Glenn Burke, the CEO of the Volvo Ocean Race: “Singapore is vastly experienced in
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ISAF Inducts Six into Hall of Fame

by Sail Staff, Posted November 7, 2007
Sailing’s history is long, storied, and rich with personalities, adventure, and the desire to see just a bit further down the road of possibility. To honor the merits of sailing’s great, the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) recently inducted six sailors, Robin Knox-Johnson (England), Olin Stephens (USA), Dame Ellen Macarthur (England), Barbara Kendall (New Zealand), Paul Elvstrm
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Bamboozled: West Coaster Wins IRC East Coast Championship

by Sail Staff, Posted November 5, 2007
Sometimes bigger isn’t always better, as was the case for Dan Meyers and his new Judel/Vrolijk-designed Numbers, an IRC 67, at the IRC East Coast Championship, held in Annapolis, Maryland. Meyers arrived at the event as the defending champion, having won on his former Numbers, a Farr-designed 60-footer. Even with a longer, faster version of his race program, the Boston-based team
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Salter Signs On For A “Lap”

by Sail Staff, Posted November 1, 2007
Ericsson Racing names Navigator for next year’s Volvo Race
By David Schmidt

Following Ericsson Racing Team’s recent news that sailing-great Torben Grael will skipper the team’s internationally-crewed “A” boat, the team recently announced that Englishman Jules Salter will navigate for Grael in the 2008/2009 event.

“Ericsson has a great team. They are well organized, and we


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For most dinghy sailors, co-skippering an Open 60 in the Barcelona World Race, a non-stop double-handed circumnavigation race via the three capes, would be a suicide mission. Luckily, Seattle based Jonathan Mckee, 45, isn’t your typical dinghy sailor: His resume includes three years on the All American College Team during his time at Yale, a Gold medal in Flying Dutchman in the 1984 Olympics,


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