Robert Deaves
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Finn Silver Cup opens class European season

It has been a long time coming, but the first major international Finn Class event of 2020 is due to begin this weekend

OK Dinghy to contest inaugural Autumn Trophy at Bandol

OK Dinghy sailors across Europe are keeping their fingers crossed that they can return to Bandol in September for the inaugural Autumn Trophy.

Not the Finn Masters

This week should have been the 2020 Finn World Masters in Port Zelanda, in The Netherlands. The 50th Anniversary Finn World Masters

Watching the Finn – Extreme video action

Many things are being remembered today, but for Finn sailors it was the day that the 2020 Finn Gold Cup was scheduled to start in Palma, Mallorca

Stay home and learn about the 5.5 Metre Class

The International 5.5 Metre Class Association has launched a new magazine, fivepointfive, highlighting the increased growth and interest in this classic construction class

OK Dinghy Class – COVID-19 and its events schedule

The OK Dinghy Class has decided to be pro-active and make some tough decisions on the situation with COVID-19 and its events schedule

OK Dinghy Class Launch Euro League

The International OK Dinghy Association has launched the 2020 OK Euro League

Artemis XIV secures 5.5 world title in Pittwater

Kristian Nergaard, Johan Barne and Anders Pedersen sailng Artemis XIV (NOR 57) have won the 2020 5.5 Metre World Championship

Artemis XIV extends at 5.5 Metre Worlds

Kristian Nergaard, Johan Barne and Anders Pedersen sailing Artemis XIV (NOR 57) have extended their lead to nine points with just two races to sail at the 2020 5.5 Metre World Championship

High seas stop racing at 5.5 Metre World Championship

High seas, following a very strong overnight southerly change, stopped all racing on Day 3 of the 2020 International 5.5 Metre World Championship, at the Royal Prince Alfred YC, in Newport, Australia