Sir Ben Ainslie of the Land Rover BAR team is the only American Cup skipper to have his name put on one of the six space age foiling catamarans that will be seen flying around the great sound of Bermuda in June.
The BAR stands for Ben Ainslie Racing. There is no doubt about his sailing skills and his greatness. This is a great gesture from the Land Rover team for the efforts put in by Ainslie to bring home the oldest trophy in sailing and international sport. This British Olympian is happy to have his name emblazoned on one of the foiling catamarans.
Ainslie had the dream of holding the America’s Cup in his hand while he was learning the sailing tactics as a child. He was able to accomplish his dream in 2013 when he lifted the Auld Mug in his hand in San Francisco. He was the key member of the Oracle Team USA then. Continue reading “Ainslie’s Name On Six Space Age Foiling Catamaran”
At the Grenada Sailing Week 2017, the TOBAGO and TRINIDAD, a Jaguar and yachts Dingo topped their respective classes.
Dingo, is an 11-meter Ker (modified), it competed in ten races and won four, in remaining races it had a second finish in one race, third finish in three races, finished fourth in one race, and finished in sixth position in one race, sixth was the worst finish of Dingo in the race. The Dingo secured total 19 points. And it became the clear winner with big margin. The runner-up Whistler had (27.5 pts) and TAZ had (32.5 pts). Continue reading “Dingo & Jaguar Did Great In GSW”
Windsurfing is a distinct category of sailing that not many sailors are aware of. The rig and how it influences steering or sail pressure and how to react to it as well as body movement effects are some of the important learning’s of this kind of sailing. With such lessons well learnt you will be able to maneuver any kind of boat.
There is emphasis on learning windsurfing when it comes to schools which teach sailing in the US. In many cases the art of windsurfing has been lost, but there are certain pockets or areas where the wind conditions are ideal for such an art to be cultivated. Indeed, it is a vision that helps one to appreciate wind directions and strength or movement which goes beyond the traditional sailing techniques. Continue reading “Windsurfing Picks Up Slow”