The Para World Sailing Strategy that has been launched by the World Sailing summarizes their goals, tactics, and priorities for the Para World Sailing competition that will help in the growth of this discipline. The goals were launched at the Annual Conference 2019 held in Bermuda. The first and the most important of them is the increase of participation all over the world to 45 countries across 5 continents by 2023. The second goal for them would be to expand competition. Effective communication process and marketing is the third goal. To make rules and governance is the fourth and last goal for World Sailing. They will provide further insight because this sport aims to get included in the 2028 Paralympics Games in Los Angeles.
Secondly, the Para World Sailing 2020-2023 aims towards expanding the sailing competition to the Para Athletes. Recently, it has been seen that the competition program that is exclusively for Para Athletes have increased because of more classes that are available for them. This has helped to be a part of the Para World Sailing competition more. The World Sailing organization also aims to increase the number of Para Games regionally that will feature sailing and the awareness will widen across the globe. Continue reading →
The Trofeo Princesa sailing program celebrated their 50th anniversary this year. It is considered an elite category for Olympic sailing which makes it an important international sailing event. This year it was held from 29th March to 6th April. Held in Majorcan waters, this event was jointly organized by Club Maritimo San Antonio de la Playa, Nautic S’Arenal, Real Club Nautico de Palma, Spanish and Balearic federations.
This is considered one of the important Olympic class regattas. As a result, every year there is a high level of participation seen here across several countries. On average, there are thousand sailors that participate from 50 or 60 nations. They come to Mallorca to take part in this preferred regatta. The organizing team, infrastructure, and quality of the organization, as well as weather conditions in the Palma Bay, are ensured of optimal standards for such a world competition event to take place.
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Our friends who were at the Latitude of 38 magazines held on our favorite topics that are sailing apps. Have a look what they want to share in the issue of November 2018.
When asking this question why we sailing receives so much love and acceptance and we are about beginning waxing poetic. As to us, the attraction of the sailing the timeless art is that it renew our relationship with the simple era. It is stirring us to throw off the fetters of modern time and free people from the nonstop rattle of machinery as well as the buzz of recent and update electronic gadgets.
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The weekend’s two box office openers are coming in a far cry apart, with “Hotel Transylvania 3” soaring to an estimated $41 million from 4,267 sites while Dwayne Johnson’s “Skyscraper” heads for a stale $25 million from 3,782 domestic locations.
“Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation’s” estimate places it at the top of the box office, with Disney-Marvel’s latest installment, “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” looking to nab the second place spot in its sophomore weekend with an estimated $28 million from 4,206 theaters. That leaves Universal’s “Skyscraper” in third.
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This weekend saw the start of the 38th Rolex Middle Sea Race which is taking part in the Mediterranean waters. The start was a loud one with the artillery pieces, giving a blasting signal for the fleet to get into action. The fleet comprised of different kinds of yachts and many faced confusion as the races started, some getting underway before and having to restart while others get caught out in the beginning. However the start was a good one as the weather conditions were favorable and there was a breeze blowing at ten knots.
The fleet got off well and sailors settled in with the end destination being Capo Passero. The race is being managed by Royal Malta Yacht Club who would be ensuring that the teams sail safe on the waters and that every boat would be accounted for till the end of the race. The fleet moves over Mediterranean waters to the southeastern point along the coast of Sicily. After the race started it was found that the custom built yacht Rambler 88 was already in a leading position. Tricky currents as well as fickle winds were a problem on the first night, which was created by Mount Etna, which comes by on the course and has unique weather conditions of its own. The fleet can expect smooth sailing by Messina Strait. The club that monitors and organizes the race, the Royal Malta Yacht Club was founded in the year 1835. This Malta yacht club organizes different kinds of social activities and races through the year. It is located by Ta’ Xbiex Marina where it has a club like facilities on offer to the members with a marine and waterfront facilities. The club is a great base for local and other yachtsmen who come here and wish to sail in the surrounding waters.