Strong Winds Disrupt Bacardi Events:
Miami, FL (March 10, 2016) – Strong winds disrupted the schedule for the fourth day of the 89th Bacardi Cup Regatta and the start of the 7th Annual BACARDI Miami Sailing Week. With an onshore postponement for the Viper 640, VX One, A-Cat, and Star Classes, racing for them was eventually cancelled for the day, making the J/70 Class the only fleet to sail this afternoon. Full report.
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Insuring the Legacy of the Governor’s Cup:
Before Paul Cayard and John Kostecki got inducted in the US National Sailing Hall of Fame, or Jimmy Spithill became a 2-time America’s Cup skipper, they were laying the foundation at Balboa Yacht Club’s International Junior Match Race Championship – the Governor’s Cup.
This coming July will be the 50th Anniversary of the Southern California event, and the host club has launched a new fleet of boats – the Governor’s Cup 22 – for the occasion. Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck checked in with two of the movers and shakers behind the event – Larry Law, president of the Newport Balb…
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