A team from Edgar Yacht Club (PEYC) the South Queensferry-based Port is the only team from British to reach in the final of the European Sailing Champions League (ESCL).
At the end of this month, Helm Callum Calder, including Iain Dick, Ramsay Leuchars and Callum Reid as crew will travel to the Porto Cervo in Sardinia,
The final brings together 12 European nations and 31 crews from 12 nations; these are the crew members, who have already participated in the races in St Moritz, Switzerland and in St Petersburg, Russia.
The crew is being sponsored by PEYC and Ian Hards, the development officer of the club, said “This result is evidence to the success of the initiative of race training at the club. If someone is interested in being the champion of the future sailing, this is the place where they can look. This is a superb center of excellence present at the Yacht Club of Port Edgar, where every need of the sailors is addressed and given the priority.” Continue reading Port Edgar – First British Made Their Way In ESCL
In the world of sailing, the America’s Cup has always been a game changer and the same is true with the 35th edition of the race as well.
Twenty years ago, the average max speed of sailing boats was 12 knots. And today, it has reached to 40 knots (in the wind of less than 12 knots). Meaning, the sailor will not be able to hear the sound of wind as they are too fast with the speed.
While sailing with these machines, the crew constantly hovers on the edge between total catastrophe and ridiculously fast, combating G-force speeds and situations when maneuvering.
The goal: the goal is to get around the race course cleaner and faster than their opponent. Basically, it is like keeping two fairy bulls into one china shop and predicts they are not going to bump into anything.
This is for the second edition straight that the ORACLE TEAM USA will defend the America’s Cup. ORACLE TEAM USA won the last cup, which held in the year. Since then, they have been pushing and developing the limits of sailing so hard that the boat in the race seems more like a rocket ship than the sailing boat. Continue reading 35th Edition Of America’s Not Different From Others
Craig Millar and Kelly Buchan will be the (CEO) Chief Executive Officer of Ullman Sails International, Inc. regional divisions.
Ullman Sails International, Inc. is the licensing company of the group, and Ullman Sails have declared this news recently. Millar and Buchan have been assigned for overseeing operations in various geographic markets where the group has major market.
Before this announcement Buchan was the Regional CEO of Ullman Sails West division. West division used to cover the entire business of Ullman Sails in Caribbean markets and America’s. On the other hand, Millar was Ullman Sails East division Regional CEO; he takes care of the entire business in Africa, Europe and Asia Pacific. Continue reading Change In Ullman Sails International
Two sailors from Sarasota Youth Sailing Program began this year by placing number six in the world at an international sailing contest. Anderson and Mark, who attend the Riverview High School and practiced at Sarasota sailing club, took part in the Youth Sailing World Meet in Langkawi, in Malaysia, earlier this December and January.
They are the only sailors from the United States who took part in the SL16 sailboat class (which is a 2-person catamaran) during the 8-day contest which featured over four-hundred sailors from seventy-six nations.
They got their position at the world championships meet after snatching their division at United States Youth Sailing Championships back in July. Sailing was like a family sports for Anderson and Mark. Their sisters Kay and Taylor also took part at the Sarasota Youth Sailing program. The sisters began the game earlier in Sturgeon Bay, in Wisconsin, the place where Brunsvolds lived before their family moved to Sarasota 3 years ago. In Sarasota, the Brunsvold bros train under Jim Zellmer, the multihull head coach.
Continue reading Sarasota brothers’ great performance at sailing championship