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The next generation of Spanish, German, Austrian and American skiffs gather in front of • Live Sail Die

Training partners are stepping upMost of the big names in 49er sailing are taking a well-deserved leave after Tokyo. As such, now is the time for potential Paris stars to usurp aging veterans. Some na
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Moray Firth Relays Big Day For Skiffs At RowAround Scotland Event With Plastic Trawl For Citizen Scientists

Row Around Scotland – crews from Fortrose, Avoch, Ardersier and Nairn take part. Fortrose Helmsman John Baraclough (center) and his crew. Photo: Callum Mackay The rowers traveled to the Moray Fi
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Mixed bag for skiffs at Allianz Regatta >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

Medemblik, Netherlands (June 10, 2021) – It was a contrasting day for the 49er and 49erFX in the Hempel World Cup Series – Allianz Regatta as the sailors raced in two types of conditions.
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Skiffs start at Allianz Regatta >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

Medemblik, The Netherlands (June 9, 2021) – After the first half of the Hempel World Cup Series – Allianz Regatta finished competing for the ILCA 6, ILCA 7, men and women RS: X and Nacra 1
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18 ‘Skiffs – The Golden Age • Live Sail Die

The 1970s are often referred to as “the golden era of 18 foot single scull racing” because they produced large competitive fleets in both the Australian 18 Footers League and the Sydney Fl
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The Golden Age of 18ft Skiffs |

The 1970s are often referred to as “the golden era of 18 foot single scull racing” because they produced large competitive fleets in the Australian 18 Footers League and Sydney Flying Squa
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Ups and Downs for 18ft Skiffs >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

Published on May 23, 2021 Current JJ ​​Giltinan champion Michael Coxon has been sailing 18 years for around 20 seasons and has won four JJ titles – the unofficial world class championship –
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Homemade Boats – Readers Build Western Dodges From Free PBO Blueprints

Nic Compton reports on the progress of two Western Skiff builders who took advantage of the free boat plans we launched on PBO in 2019 It has been almost two years since the first Western Skiff Mk2 wa
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Irish 29ers skiffs caught between Covid restrictions and the International Class Association

The 29er Class Association finds itself caught between Irish restrictions on Covid and the International Class Association, which is seeking a ranking by May 15 for young Irish people entering this ye
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Julian Bethwaite did it all –

Julian Bethwaite has an incredible record of achievement in 18ft Skiff Racing as a designer, builder and competitor in the northern and southern hemispheres. He designed, built and skippered two JJ Gi
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