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Applications for the C. Thomas Clagett Regatta

C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta Applications are open for the 2019 Clagett Boat Grant Program NEWPORT, R.I. (August 1, 2019) – The C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic...

IYRS Graduates contributing to The America's Cup

America's Cup: American Magic get an injection of IYRS graduates by American Magic/Sail-World.com/nz Students at the International Yacht Restoration School at work in Newport, Rhode Island. The IYRS School of Technology & Trades in Newport,...

The Eagle Class 53

Is this the future of sailing? The Eagle Class 53 is a wing-masted cruising catamaran designed to fly on T-foils Not everything that flies is destined to scorch around an America’s Cup course. The future for sailing hydrofoils is surely about more...

Boat sinks at Aquapalooza in Potters Cove

courtesy WPRI Eyewitness news... see the whole story here VIDEO NOW: Boat sinks at Aquapalooza PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (WPRI) — Hundreds of boaters descended on Potters Cove in Portsmouth Saturday to celebrate ‘boating life.’ For one mariner, it led to a...

Boating Writers/Photographers - We Want You!

Share the Love Now Hiring! marinemotionRI - RIyachting is expanding our coverage and needs your great eye for boating news and images in our beautiful boating backyard. We're looking for more local and public service content direct from the folk who...

CANDY STORE CUP 2019 Results

The Candy Store Cup Superyacht Regatta is hosted and organized by Newport Shipyard and Bannister's Wharf in Newport, RI. This regatta carries forward the tradition of the Newport Bucket - we hope you will join us!

America's Cup Delays and Reshuffle

Am Cup Rialto: Arms delay..Schedule reshuffle..Counting superyachts by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ 23 Jul 06:14 PDT 24 July 2019 The America's Cup continues to simmer away, with the teams saying little, publicly, after a round of meetings in...

Transatlantic Race Last Boat Crosses the Finish Line

Background: The Transatlantic Race 2019 started June 25 for the 2,960-nautical-mile course from Newport, R.I., to Cowes, England. Transatlantic Race: Final boat home Published on July 18th, 2019 (July 18, 2019; Day 24) – The Transatlantic Race 2019...

Metal Manta Feeds On Narragansett Bay Plastic Program

A manta trawl, so named because it resembles a manta ray, is a net system for sampling the surface of the ocean. It’s useful for collecting plastic pieces, both large and small. (Frank Carini/ecoRI News photos) By FRANK CARINI/ecoRI News staff ...

Boaters alerted to look out for sea turtles in local waters

Courtesy Yarmouth Wicked Local see the story here Sea turtles have returned to forage in Cape and Islands waters and local sea turtle conservationists are asking boaters to be keep an eye out for them and to report their sightings. Two...

Winners take home the silverware at the 17 Clagett Regatta

C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta NEWPORT, R.I. (June 23, 2019) – Newport dialed up a chamber of commerce day for the final day of racing at the 17th C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta. The day started out with the...

Wizard continues magical journey with Transatlantic Race victory

by Bill Wagner courtesy Capital Gazette David Askew has logged an awful lot of miles as an offshore sailor – traversing the Atlantic, Pacific and Caribbean oceans. Considering that experience, Askew has often wondered if he could handle an around...

Five Irish Sailors Participate in 12 Metre World Championship Victory

The 12 Metre Crew that included five Irish sailors Courtesy of AFLOAT website ... After five days of close match racing, America II (US 42), owned by the New York Harbour Sailing Foundation, pulled out a win in the last race on Saturday the 13th of...

12 Metre World Championship

12 Metre World Championship Event Marks Largest-Ever Gathering of Historic 12 Metres in North America WHO: America’s Cup, Olympic and World Champions 22 teams from six countries (Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy,...

Private moorings in public harbor roil state officials

Courtesy Providence Journal By Sean Flynn Daily News staff writer NEWPORT — Can high-value commercial mooring permits in Newport Harbor be sold like liquor licenses? City Solicitor Christopher Behan is in the process of answering that question in...

Wizard setting the pace in Transatlantic Race

Courtesy of the Providence Journal By Sean McNeill / Special to the Journal Outside Images - Paul Todd NEWPORT — David and Peter Askew’s Wizard, with Charlie Enright of Barrington as sailing master, continues to set a blazing pace and leads the...

17th C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta - Day 2

Newport turned on the summer weather charm for the 30 sailors racing at the 17th C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic and Regatta for day two of racing for the three classes. A steady North Westerly breeze which ranged from 6 to 12 knots was the story...

Ready to let loose in Transatlantic Race

A clear favorite for overall honors and possibly line honors in the upcoming Transatlantic Race 2019 is David and Peter Askew’s Wizard (above). The canting-keel VO70 will take the starting line on June 25 with a widely experienced professional crew and...

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