• Photo:
    Photo:
    Photo:
    1 2 3

    News

    Murray Philpott 1960 - 2016

    Following the tragic death of Murray Philpott, his very good friend and IACA Technical head, Graeme Harbour, writes this piece for him.

    The International A Class Association is deeply saddened by the death of New Zealand A Class sailor Murray Philpott in a tragic gliding accident on the 6th February.

    News

    Multiple NZL National Champion and top A Class sailor Murray Philpott killed in gliding accident.

    It is with great sadness that we must report the death of top New Zealand A class sailor Murray Philpott in a gliding accident at the weekend.  Our thoughts are with his family and friends. 

    NZADCA President, Brent Harsant, released the following statement.

    It was with great sadness that we heard of the passing of Murray Philpott on Saturday 6 February in a glider accident.

    Murray was one NZADCA's longest serving members, and was happy to offer his services as a technical advisor and measurer to other sailors. 

    News

    NOR issued for the Cesenatico Vele di Pasqua regatta.

    The Vele di Pasqua is a traditional sailing regatta at Cesenatico. During the Easter holidays, the international competition returns to the Adriatic coast with over 100 participating boats of all cat classes including A Cats. For those wishing to attend this unique show, the 42nd edition of the Vele di Pasqua will be held in front of  the Piazza Costa and the Congrega Velisti Cesenatico club. A chance to see and sail with some of the best international skippers and attend the opening of the Italian sailing season

    News

    Bailey White sneaks a win at the US Ronstan Midwinters

    While the North European fleets shiver in drysuits and 5mm wetsuits or are still laid up, over in Florida, the US Ronstan Midwinters took place at Key West.  USACA President Bailey White reports

     

    The 2016 Ronstan Midwinters at the Upper Keys Sailing Club turned out to be much bigger than we expected and even more fun.  What started with registration just breaking twenty turned into 35 boats as they just kept showing up on Friday.  

    About 15 boats made a week of it and enjoyed flat water, mid teens winds, and warm tropical weather all week.

    News

    News

    More news

    Older news, click here

    Upcoming events

    Import the IACA calendar into your own personal calendar. Read more here.

    On Facebook

    User login