First act done at Offshore Sailing Worlds:
The Hague, Netherlands (July 16, 2018) – After over 24 hours of sailing in light air off the Dutch North Sea coast, the opening offshore act of The Hague Offshore Sailing World Championship has concluded and the leaders are now known in each of three classes before the second stage of inshore racing begins tomorrow. Full report.
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When trial and error is no longer enough:
The potential risks and consequences of high-speed foiling are an accelerating topic of debate that is finally making its way into the sport’s wider consciousness. Now speculation needs to be replaced with fact. From Seahorse Magazine:
Over the past decade high performance boats have become much faster. The pace of development has been meteoric, particularly with the widespread uptake of hydrofoiling. While the popularity of the International Moth took off in the mid-noughties, it took the flying…
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