Shifting winds, general recalls, black flag penalties and one abandoned race led to a drama–filled opening day at the 48–nation KBC Laser Radial Youth and Men’s World Championship on Dublin Bay, Ireland this afternoon.
Ireland, Croatia, USA and the Cayman Islands were four countries that made the most of the day’s sub ten–knot breezes, each winning a race in their respective divisions of the 229–boat boys fleet. Continue reading
Now is the time to upgrade your old Laser and get ready for the upcoming sailing season
PSA are throwing in $1000 worth of accessories with every NEW LASER sold during July, August and September.
Here is what you get:
1 x Laser top section
1 x PSA carbon tiller
1 x CST carbon tiller extension
1 x Laser clew strap
1 x wind indicator
1 x clew shackle and block
1 x set of telltales
1 x Laser Pro-tect kit
Checkout the latest issue of Laser World here…
Invited and Youth class sailors planning to take part in the 2016 Sailing World Cup Final can enter online today via www.sailingworldcupmelbourne.com.
Online entry and Notice of Race for the Invited Classes went live today, Thursday 1st July 2016, for the final stop of the 2016 Sailing World Cup Series that will run from December 4 – 11 at the St Kilda Sailing Precinct. This will be the second year the event will be held here but the first time in history the final has been held in the Southern Hemisphere.
Racing for the 14 classes begin on Thursday 8th December, except for the 2.4mR non- classified class who will begin on Tuesday 6th. This year, event organisers have catered for sailors who would usually compete in the Laser Standard, Laser Radial and 49er FX Olympic Classes but were unable to make a top 20 position. These sailor will have an opportunity to be part of the Sailing World Cup scene and compete in close proximity to the highest rated sailors in their class. Lesley Fasala, Australian Sailing manager for regattas and events, said they needed an option for local sailors who wanted to be a part of the action: