Stream Series In SORC Islands

The Stream Series will be held in SORC islands, the 2017-18 version to start off soon.


There has been a Notice of Series announced for the winters as well, which would be tropical and warm water races. The current season would start from South Beach. It would be the Nassau Cup Race that is being hosted by Coral Reef Yacht Club and others as well as managed by SORC. It would start on Thursday, 9th November of this year. There would be match racing as well as festivities in the post race period organized by the Nassau Yacht Club.

The races in December would be the Wirth Munroe Invitational, Palm Beach race, which would be hosted by several clubs like Biscayne Bay Yacht clubs and others, SORC managing the event overall. This race would include a course starting from Miami and ending at Palm Beach. This race, as always, would be held on the first weekend of December and would include buffet dinner at the Sailfish club. (more…)

Medal Race Sailing World Cup

The medal race was held on the fourth day of the Sailing World Cup in Qingdao in China.


On this day the top ten were confirmed for the seven fleets that participated. The hunt for the medals in the World Cup was on and one gold position was confirmed as the other points and their positions opened up. Progression and learning was the main highlight of the day on the final racing day here.

In the Laser Men category Croatia again had a good day as they took on the third place. This helped this team move up 11 points to reach the top of the fleet. This definitely helps them come to a favorable position in the Medal Race. Stipanovic of Croatia had the nearest rival as the Great Britain team who has been the winner of the previous year’s world cup. The Briton also felt that the going was not easy on the waters. The tide was definitely all over, but the downwind that they had helped them to keep up their position. (more…)

Fire crews meet on Auckland marina as fire engulfs yacht

Police might just stand back and look as fire destroyed a ten meter yacht south of Auckland yesterday. Fire crews from Papakura, Manurewa as well as the local Clevedon voluntary brigade were asked to be in the blaze at Wairoa River, near Clevedon – about thirty minutes from downtown Auckland – approximately at around 11.30 am.

Tony Smith, a local resident, was riding towards the region when he saw a huge smoke plume billowing from water. He told that he was amazed at how big the fire was – it was really going. It was well ablaze when he reached the spot and it might have been going for about half an hour before they got it out.

Very quickly, it was established that no one was on board and the police who came on the scene could just stand back. Mr Smith told that the firefighters, who were armed with a huge hose, stood on another vessel and attempted to doused the blaze as best they might. (more…)