Books & Publications
Books & Publications – Thursday, April 3, 2014
Even without major events during the Northern hemisphere winter season such as the Vendée Globe during the last year, the number of visitors has been increasing more and more. The Google statistics for the first three months indicates a visitors plus of 25%: 31'647 unique visits contacted our pages 117'793 times (without US pages) ... and the season has just began !
Books & Publications – Wednesday, January 29, 2014
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Books & Publications – Thursday, September 19, 2013
Ten circumnavigations of the world (including three Vendée Globe) and over 400'000 miles has Dominique Wavre SUI completed up to now. He summarizes now the most important successes of his sailing career and the most intensive moments on the Oceans in a book. In early October, he will personally present his book in two vernissages in Geneva and Versoix. The book (in French) can be ordered online already now.
Books & Publications – Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The ISAF Casebook is not only a valuable tool for Umpires and Juries, but also for regatta sailors wanting to groove their racing rules' skills. This document, re-edited every four years, treats over 100 cases and can be downloaded in pdf format or be ordered as hard-copy at ISAF.
Books & Publications – Saturday, December 22, 2012
As usual the Racing Rules of Sailing are reviewed every four years after the Olympic Regatta and amended based of the submissions received by ISAF and approved by Council on the recommendations of the Racing Rules Committee. The English version of the RRS can be downloaded already. A French version is already available, the German version should be ready in January 2013. The changes are minor and deal with items such as crossing the finish line or mark rounding. 'Rules in Practice' by Bryan Willis explains the new rules.