Posts tagged World Championship
2016 WORLDS: GREEN POWER OF EMBARR LEADING THE FLEET IN MIAMI

It is going to be a day of steady, South-Easterly breeze, blowing around 18-20 knots, that hopefully will allow us to complete three races in this first day of regatta of the event, since in the next days wind is expected to decrease and to get trickier," declared this morning Anderson Reggio, PRO of the 2016 Melges 24 World Championship currently taking place in Miami.

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GROUND ZERO

The biggest event in the Melges 24 Class, complete with a long list of professional and amatuer bad ass sailors representing at least 15 countries, its World Championship (Nov. 29-Dec. 3) is destined for Miami in less than two weeks and scheduled to be one of the largest it’s ever hosted on North American soil (the last really successful Worlds took place in 2005 at Key Largo, FL with 98 set-up on a starting line ¾-quarter mile long).

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