Caribbean Dream - Island life at it's best
Aliseo Solution Productions went to the Carribean and travelled to the San Blas Islands lying off the north coast of the Isthmus of Panama. Sailing, paddling and kite surfing on an stunning island - can we come too next time!!
Kiel Week 2016 - 27th June - Wrap-up of a great week's racing
Kiel Week 2016 Wrap Up - Another great week's racing in Kiel with over 3.5 million visitors making it the biggest summer festival in the Northern hemisphere. 2,000 sailing boats from many classes and over 3,500 sailors from around the globe...
Kiel Week 2016 - 25th June - Highlights - Tall ships parade
Kiel Week 2016 - 25th June - The Tallships Parade showcase what a diverse range of boats attend every year. The weather is looking grim but the 470, J/70 and 49er classes are still working hard through the rain.
Festival of Sails - Day 4
Day 4 marked the final day of the Keelboat series of the 174th Festival of Sails. The first fleet on the water was the Super 11's for their passage race. Poco Loco got redress taking their 6th win of the series to win by 8 points overall...
Festival of Sails - Day 3
Patience was the key today as the morning's light easterly faded to nothing, replaced by an extremely hot and gusty North Westerly. The Cruising divisions left Corio Bay early, in 3 knots, heading upwind to the Outer Harbour...
Festival of Sails - Day 2
After a great night's entertainment at the Royal Geelong Yacht Club last night, a lot of sailors looked very weary this morning before racing. However with the fresh breeze and sunny conditions racing soon got underway with perfect conditions...
Festival of Sails - Day 1 - Passage Race
Today marked the start of the 174th Festival of Sails hosted by Royal Geelong Yacht Club. The Passage Race saw the huge fleet race from Melbourne to Geelong which started in around 12 knots of breeze and cloudy skies at 9.30...
Festival of Sails - Introduction by Peter Alexander
Iconic sailing regatta in Australia, the Festival of Sails was established in 1844 in Geelong, Victoria. Peter Alexander, Chairman, gives some insight into what the event is all about and why you should add this one onto your 'bucket-list'...
2016 One Ton Cup - Day One
A flying start for the One Ton Cup as contested by the exciting FAST40+ class. Gloomy skies cleared and three races were completed in 18-22 knots on the Solent. There was no shortage of thrills and spills with wet rides and some scary broaches...
2016 One Ton Cup - Day Two
Day Two of the 2016 One Ton Cup was a long one for the sailors. Four races were conducted, making the most of the great wind conditions. Wins were shared between Girls on Film and Invictus, with marginal breeze forecasted for tomorrow...
2016 One Ton Cup - Final Day
The Final Day in the Hamble got off to a slow start. After some drifting in a glass-out on the Solent, the breeze filled in from the north west. Three races took place in 5-7 knots, however, it was Girls on Film who decisively secured their win...
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