Sailing World on Water News April 23.21 SailGP Capsize, Charleston Race Week, Euro Finns, OZ Moths

Highlights of what happened globally in the sport of Sailing in the last 7 days.

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During the pandemic lock down in Bermuda, the number of boats allowed testing on the water was restricted, so the Australian team practiced on the USA’s Yacht. They Rolled it in! Yes they capsized Jimmy’s race boat. Was that a smart move on their fellow Aussie who is now Skipper of the American Team? Nobody was hurt and little damage was done to the boat, except to a few Aussie sailors reputations.

The Popular Charleston Race Week was held with lots of great racing but no off-water festivities.  We have our exclusive report on the fantastic racing with interviews.

Two 70 Foot Foiling Trimarans, PowerPlay and Maserati, have set off together to break the Cowes to Dinard race record.

Day 4, the final day, of the 2021 European Finn Open and Under 23 Championships were held in Villamoura Portugal.

We have all the action in the final day of the Australian Twenty Twenty-One, Moth National Championships. The wind was up and the action was spectacular. This class is definitely Olympic material.

The Gitana Racing Team are showing us some of their state-of-the-art technology in their latest huge Maxi Trimaran, Edmund de Rothschild.

The route for the coming The Ocean Race Europe has been announced. It starts in May, 2021.

Race organizer, Marco Nannini, has announced more skippers for the 2023, Global Solo Challenge Round the World Race.

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