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Goto AY Race Report 2China Cup - Combining business with sport...
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25th October: One may wonder, why would you hold a Sailing Forum when all the sailors are out on the water racing. In China, educating the masses, plays a big part when introducing something new and important to the community. Pleasure boating pursuits are activities that successful businessmen and upwardly mobile people in the community, are likely to undertake as a sport or leisure activity. Therefore a variety of specialist speakers were invited to the 6th Asia Sailing Culture Development Forum to present their case, to a mixed audience, mainly students from the Tourism University undertaking a study in this field. There were also some big future plans announced by CEO David Zhong on the way forward for the China Cup. Goto
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China Cup - Brisk pace on the opening race...
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Goto AY Race Report 124th October: Fifty five yachts in six classes set off on the 20nm close hauled Simpson Marine Passage Race from Clearwater Bay, Hong Kong to Daya Bay, China. The 14 to 16 knot EN Easterly sent them briskly on their way and the big boats made quick work of the course. Frank Pong's Custom 75 Jelik claimed line honours by the preverbial mile and the IRC A handicap honours. The rivaly in the Beneteau First 40.7 one design class, between 2012 Champion Jono Rankine's Team Vatti and defending champion Haitao Zang's Vanke Longcheer has started again with Rankine's Team Vatti taking the upper hand by a mere 44 seconds this time around, with the 2011 champion Rick Pointons' Beijing Sailing Center slipping into third place. Goto AY Race Report 1

Hong Kong Teams making waves in 2014-15 AYGP title race...
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Goto End of October AYGP News October 20th: Although Karl Kwok’s all-conquering TP52 Team Beau Geste suffered their first loss in ages, at the Audi China Coast Regatta, they rebounded by taking out Line Honours, winning the IRC Racer 0 Class and smashed the previous Hong Kong to Hainan Race Record by 2h 49m 21s, setting a new benchmark time, 25h 54m 33s in the process. Boat Captain Cameron Ward was delighted, and when asked how the race had been for Team Beau Geste, he answered in a word – “Wet!”. Ward went on to elaborate: “The boat is designed for inshore racing, but we thought we’d try her out on the 380nm downwind offshore race. It was tough – none of us slept for the whole night – we just kept working, as it was the only way to stay in front of the other boats.” Summing up the race, Ward continued “a great race – fun, warm and downwind slide, so it was fantastic.” Goto End of October AYGP News

Goto Daily Race ReportsAudi China Coast Regatta - Final Day 3
By RHKYC Media

12 October 2014: The wind gods resumed normal service this morning with a 10-12kt north easterly across the Lamma patch, allowing RO Inge Strompf-Jepsen to set a three lap 1.3nm windward leeward for the Racer 0 boats and a two lap 1nm course for all other divisions. After an extremely close race, using both sides of the course, the first boat to cross the line was Signal 8, only five seconds ahead of Island Fling, however it was Elektra which corrected out to first in Racer 1. In Racer 2, Mojito took the gun with Whiskey Jack taking the IRC honours, and Jelik took another bullet for Racer 0, but had to settle for third on IRC behind OneSails Racing and Team Beau Geste. The next race the committee boat could only watch as Jelik stalled and then slowly picked up speed to finish with a bullet, followed closely by Team Beau Geste and OneSails Racing. Ray Roberts sealed his third China Coast Regatta title with another win on handicap. Goto Daily Race Reports Here...

Masyuri triumphs in PD, Koo is overall Liga Layar Malaysia champion
Goto Daily Race ReportsPort Dickson (October 12): Mohd Masyuri Rahmat, skipper of RMNMRT/151(ONESAILS) Racing Team had emerged victorious at the sixth edition of Liga Layar Malaysia (LLM) here today, finally beating close rival Jeremy Koo of Sime Darby Foundation – Koo Racing Team. “Finally we managed to beat Jeremy, I was really happy with the way my team performed today,” said Masyuri after the races ended. However, Koo and his team emerged as the overall LLM champions with a total of 46 points, pipping Masyuri by five points for the title. As overall champions, Koo received a medal, a car sponsored by KIA as well as a trophy. He was also announced as the skipper of the 1Malaysia Match Racing Team A which will represent the country at the Monsoon Cup. Along with a second team – 1Malaysia Match Racing Team B – Koo and his crew will be trained by Graeme Spence, the newly-appointed coach for match racing. Goto Daily Race Reports & 1Malaysia Match Racing Team announcement Here...

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2014-15 AsianYachting Grand Prix off to a solid start...
By AY MultiMedia
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23rd July 2014: A lot of discussion at the season opening Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek (Goto AY Photo Gallery), revolved around further participation at the twelve events, that make up the 2014-15 AsianYachting Grand Prix (AYGP). Quite a few of the top racing yacht owners and skippers, are planning their movements based on competing in at least six events during the season, to put themselves in the running for the AYGP Skipper and Yacht of the Year awards. Although Bill Bremner's Foxy Lady 6, won the IRC Racing Class title in fine style and kicked off their assault on the 2014-15 AYGP title, it's Roland Dane's Corby 36 Jessandra II, with five wins in a row and a run away victory in the IRC 2 Class, that opens at the top of the AYGP leaderboard. All the class winners and podium places followed suite in the 2014-15 Rankings, which can be viewed by Skipper - Yacht - Regatta - Race Dates and Scoring System. Goto July AYGP News...

CPHPR - Barmy tropics interrupts racing but persistence pays off
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Goto AY Race Report 4 & SummaryJuly 20th: After a two days of superb sailing conditions, the South Westerly flow deserted us yesterday and racing was completely abandoned. It didn't look any better this morning and after another lengthy wait, miraculously a light South Easterly appeared on the horizon, which was just enough for PRO Simon James to get racing underway. The Multihull, Cruiser and Classics started first and were dispatched to seaward on a two island passage race. Then the IRC Racers on a short windward/ leeward course. No racing yesterday, virtually ensured the run away class leaders overall victory. It didn't have the excitement of a final race showdown but none the less everyone was keen to get going again and make the most of the last day of racing. Goto AY Race Report 4 & Summary and AY Photo Gallery


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Rank | AYGP |
1 31.25 Paul F. Winkelmann 
2 20 Karl Kwok 
3 18 Ray Roberts 
4 15 Roland Dane 
5 14.75 Sam Chan 
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1 31.25 Island Fling 
2 20 Team Beau Geste 
3 18 OneSails Racing 
4 15 Jessandra II 
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China Cup International RegattaOctober 24th - 27th - 8th China Cup International Regatta
After the success of the inaugural China Cup International Regatta in 2007 organisers rapidly expanded the One Design Class to 30 Beneteau First 40.7 yachts. More classes have been included so expect intense competition this year in Daya Bay off Shenzhen, China. The Longcheer Yacht Club are the hosting venue and an extravaganza of social and cultural events are held during the event. The regatta kicks off with a passage race from Hong Kong to Shenzhen and followed by three days of inshore racing in and around the territorial waters in Shenzhen Daya Bay. Sponsorship of boats/teams in the Beneteau 40.7 one-design division is permitted and organisers expect 'stronger challengers and more countries represented. For enquires concerning boat charter, costs, entry and advertising please contact: Telephone: 86 755 8835 3518 Fax: 86 755 8832 3928 Website: Email: Goto 2011 2013 Race Reports


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Sail Malaysia - Passage to Langkawi

The rally started in Darwin during July as Sail Indonesia with over 100 entrants. Sail Malaysia will be taking over from Singapore and offer a series of linked events, going north up the west coast of Malaysia stopping at Lumut and Penang before going onto the final presentation and dinner on the duty-free island of Langkawi during the first week of December.
The first stop will be co-hosted by the two major marine attractions in southern Johor, west of the causeway at Danga Bay and Puteri Harbour Marina. More info contact Sazli Kamal Basha Website:
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Raja Muda Selangor International Regatta ***** November 14th - 22nd - 25th Raja Muda Selangor International Regatta
Celebrating the 25th anniversary, this annual island hoping regatta for racing class, cruisers, multihull's and classics is held along the west coast of peninsula Malaya starting from the Royal Selangor Yacht Club in Port Klang and finishing up in the legendary and Duty-Free Islands of Langkawi. There are significant changes this year to the start in Pt Klang and finish in Langkawi. Check them out at:
or contact the RMSIR Organising Committee by Emailing Come on and enjoy a bit of friendly Malaysian hospitality over 3 coastal passages combined with 4 inshore races at the stopovers. Initially designed to improve Malaysian sailors coastal navigation and develop their offshore seamanship skills further. Visiting cruisers are no strangers to overnight passage making in all conditions is expected to attract more entries to ship into Port Klang. Phone: +603 3168 6964 Fax: +603 3168 8650 View past AY Race Reports and Summary 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013


Got World Match Racing Tour November 25th - 29th - Monsoon Cup Terengganu, Malaysia
Goto Monsoon Cup After nine successful events the final round of the Alpari World Match Racing Tour will be held in Terengganu, Malaysia. The Monsoon Cup has attracted MYR 1.57 millon (approx US$454,000) prize pool, which is the biggest on the tour and fitting for the grand final. Sailed in Foundation 36's, designed by New Zealander Brett Bakewell-White. This project is inline with the Malaysian PM's plan to develop the East coast for yachting and marine tourism activities. The prevailing NE Monsoon winds is a big attraction and the event is fast becoming Malaysia's yachting equivalent of the Formula 1 GP in Sepang. So keep your eyes on: for progress on the Tour and local Monsoon Cup news at: All enquiries contact: Phone: +603 7954 2204 Email Past AY Race Reports 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012


Phuket Kings Cup Regatta

***** Nov 30th - Dec 6th - 28th Phuket Kings Cup Regatta
Since its inception in 1987, the Phuket King's Cup Regatta has grown to become Asia's premier yachting event. Traditionally held in early December, the Regatta was first conceived to honour His Majesty the King of Thailand's 60th birthday. Now 28 years on the event has grown from strength to strength, in both size and reputation, boasting the largest gathering of keel boats, multi-hulls and traditional sailing craft annually in SE Asia. Website: or contact the Regatta Secretary by E-mailing:
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Royal Langkawi International Regatta

***** January 12th - 17th - 13th Royal Langkawi International Regatta
Organised by the Royal Langkawi Yacht Club this event has the pleasure of ringing in the New Year with style. It is also a bold effort to capitalise on the resounding success of previous years and is expected to go on to rival other regattas as one of the best in the region. The racing class contest the Prime Minister's Challenge Trophy and Cruising Class the RLYC Commodore's Cup. Other IRC Classes will compete for the LADA-IRC Challenge Trophy, while the Sports Boat Class will compete for the Langkawi Sports Trophy. The Multihulls will compete for the Malaysian Multihull Challenge Cup. An extensive nightly social program is also being planned. More info and NOR at: or call the Regatta Secretariat at +6-04-9664078 or fax +6-04-9665078 or Email:

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