Yacht Faver B Of Azimut Motor Sold

Altinel Shipyards Worldwide has listed the 30.91 meter motor yacht Faver B for sale by. It has now been sold with 1 Ocean Yachts.

The Faver B yacht was built in GRP by Azimut the Italian yard and it is designed by Stefano Righini. The yacht was built and launched in the year 2008 and was delivered to its owner in the same year naming as Azimut 103S model. The interior of the yacht is great and it has the capacity to accommodate eight guests in its four cabins. The four cabins on the yacht include one full-beam master suite, built at amidships on the lower deck on the yacht and it is attached with a desk and a lounge area. The VIP suite of the yacht is located in the bow along with a corridor, which leads to two twin cabins, all having fitted bathroom facilities and on-demand entertainment system of Kaleidescape. Continue reading Yacht Faver B Of Azimut Motor Sold

Date Announced For 2017 Events

Only few days are left in the beginning of the year 2017 and calendar for the year is prepared and soon will be released.

As far as the sailing sport event in 2017 is concerned, then authorities have decided on dates and calendar for this too has been done. Some of the major events that are going to take place in the United States at the youth level have been scheduled and details for same are out.

  • Rose Cup (US YMRC) 2017 United States Youth Match Racing Championship

US YMRC 2017 event will take place between 14 to 18 June. Venue of the event is Boat club Fort Worth on Eagle Mountain Lake in their J/22’s. Sailors of age group between 16-20 years can take part in this competition; however, the skippers will select via resume. Skippers will be able to send a resume after January 2017. Detailed information about eligibility and invitation format will get published on the website of US YMRC by the end of January.  According to the terms of 2017, teams US YMRC will comprise of four sailors in which one male and one female have to be there. Continue reading Date Announced For 2017 Events

The Rally Of The ARC 2014

The crew in the ARC 2014 transatlantic rally left from Las Palmas on Monday for Santa Luca and is now settling into the sea life as they have already crossed 48 hours of their adventure to cross the Atlantic.

For these people, the meaning of life is to surf the waves, sail changes and also spotting of dolphins. As a crewmember sums up, the moment anyone heads out and are on the boat, there is very little anyone can do and so they start settling into a routine on the boat. After that the only work left is to enjoy the sail and slip into the sea routines leaving the land routines behind.

The crew faced a moderate winds from north-eastern areas that whisked them from Las Palmas during the 1st 24 hours on board. The boat has already stormed down with its crew on the East Coast of Gran Canaria and faced an acceleration zone where they faced winds with consistent speed ranging from mid to high 30s.

Even when they were coming down the inside track, little Pea crossed many larger yachts even though they were one of the 10 smallest yachts that were competing this year. Being smaller theoretically means that they should be slower too but the winds seemed in favour.

Leonard was a 100ft supermaxi yacht falling under the category of larger yachts and was from Finland. They were having a plain sailing. Skipper Chris Sherlock said that they made one change as soon as they left and then made rounds a number of times even though they were between 20 knots and 5 knots speed of the boat. The crew recorded the course of ACR.

Morning haze, the Hunter 410 of Hayes family had already started fishing and the first catch was within 10 minutes of sail by the Czech crew on yacht Apollon