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13.10.2016
How Volvo Ocean Race rules change has responded

The Transoceanic Volvo Ocean Race, which celebrated its 43rd anniversary last month, has a long history, with over a hundred women competing since its inception in 1973, compared to over two thousand men.

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20.03.2016
Legendary Man: Knight of the 20th Century Robin Knox-Johnston

On March 17, English yachtsman Sir William Robert Patrick "Robin" Knox-Johnston turned 78 years old.

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20.03.2016
Through life with a big smile: Mike Peyton - Picasso in sailing

A mischievous, cheerful 96-year-old boy. This is how Mike Peyton will forever be remembered by those who knew him.

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17.03.2016
Bopp und Dietrich: Nobility and speed

Glue-molded wooden yachts are a specialty of Bopp und Dietrich. With different projects, the shipyard on Lake Steinhuder Meer offers something new again and again.

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08.06.2014
Robbe & Berking Classics: new life for old projects

It all started with the restoration of an old yacht. Since then, the Robbe & Berking Classics shipyard has been engaged not only in the restoration, but also in the construction of new yachts.

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03.06.2014
Southampton Royal Yacht Club Regatta

Regatta of the Royal Yacht Club in Southampton, 1927:
Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamrock follows on the heels of the Royal Yacht Britannia and even comes forward. With materials such as wood, tow, steel and cotton, attempts have been made to overcome the problem of enormous stress during the regatta at higher wind speeds. Sailing to the limit.

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20.01.2013
Around the world in 80 days - the milestone has been taken!

The last night at sea was no different from the previous two and a half months: at a speed of about 20 knots, MACIF, despite heavy navigation in the bay, covered about 450 miles in the last 24 hours. In general, everything was as usual ... Francis Gabard

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19.01.2013
Antigua Sailing Week

We hope that these notes will help introduce you to another yachting page, namely competitions and festivals. And although they have great names, and often the world and Olympic champions act as skipper, first of all, it is a vacation on the water. Slightly more extreme and physically challenging, but rewarding and enjoyable.

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08.01.2013
Kiel week 2013

Kieler Woche is the largest sailing event in the world and the largest summer festival in Europe, attracting over 3 million visitors and crews of thousands of sailing ships from all over the world annually.

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