Thursday, 26 March 2015
Friday, 13 March 2015
Don Findlay has been working hard on the newsletter and it's available now! Some very important things in this month edition: F18 Worlds 2015 quotas, results of the electronic voting, coaching program, sailors dinner, website changes, F18 rules, and much more.
Sunday, 8 March 2015
From Friday 29th of May till Tuesday 2nd of June 2015 the Italian F18 Nationals will be held. In the nice waters near Grosseto you’ll have four days of competitive racing in sunny and warm conditions, not to forget the great Italian food they’ll serve you. If you’ve been sailing the F18 Worlds in 2013 you know what to expect!
Wednesday, 18 February 2015
Earlier this month we informed you about one of the F18-adventures you shouldn’t miss: the Stockholm Archipelago Raid 2015. The Swedish organization has been very busy with all preperations and is now ready for your registration. This years edition will be a four day event with intensive sailing, but also a lot of fun with sailors from different countries. If you want to be part of this event, make sure you secure your slot in time…!
Sunday, 8 February 2015
Wednesday, 4 February 2015
On 27th – 30th of August 2015 a maximum of 30 teams will have a 4-day adventure in the Stockholm Archipelago with their Formula 18 catamarans. The raid is a mix of sport, nature and adventure in the perfect F18-playground; the Stockholm Archipelago. It is a raid in the spirit of Archipelago Raid and Raid Revenge… will you be there?
Wednesday, 28 January 2015
From 23-26 January 2015 the Australian F18 Nationals was held at the Humpybong Yacht Club (Redcliffe- Quensland). This regatta was all about consistency, there were a number of sailors that had the potential to win races. Skippers Brad Collet (the current Australian A-class champion), Lachlan Gibson, Brett Burvill and Jason Waterhouse all challenged for the top spot. It wasn’t until mid-day 2 when the regatta turned into a two boat race between Jason Waterhouse/Brett Goodall and Brett Burvill/Ryan Duffield. After 12 exciting races Waterhouse/Goodall were crowned as the new Australian F18 Champions 2015.