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Wrap Up: Ocean Racing Classic
COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT-(17-6-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT - The Rolex Transatlantic Challenge was the latest in a series of transatlantic yacht races run by the New York Yacht Club dating back to 1866.
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Classic Encounter
COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT-(9-6-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT - While more than a week has passed since the first boats arrived in the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge race, the three boats in the classic division continue to slog it out.
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Record in the Bag, but the Race is Still On
NEW YORK, N.Y. -(1-6-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - This morning, in thick English Channel fog, Robert Miller’s (Hong Kong/New York, N.Y.) 140-foot (43m) Mari-Cha IV passed through the four-mile-long gate off the Lizard in the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge to break the 100-year-old record set by Charlie Barr on board Wilson Marshall’s 185-foot (56.4m) Atlantic.
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Century-Old Transatlantic Sailing Record Falls
NEW YORK, N.Y. -(1-6-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The 100-year-old west-to-east race record across the North Atlantic, from New York to the Lizard, fell this morning to Robert Miller’s (New York, N.Y./Hong Kong) Mari-Cha IV.
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Drag Race to the Lizard: Mari-Cha IV Expected to Break Record
NEW YORK, N.Y. -(31-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Owner Robert Miller (Hong Kong/New York, N.Y.) and his crew on board the 140-foot (43m) schooner Mari-Cha IV are at present on course to pass Lizard Point tomorrow morning to better Charlie Barr and the schooner Atlantic’s 100-year-old race record by more than two and a half days.
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Sojana Loses Class Lead; Crewman Injured
NEW YORK, N.Y. -(28-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - There was concern in the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge yesterday for Peter Harrison’s Sojana when her track showed her heading in a northwesterly direction, 90 degrees away from the proper race track to England.
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Transatlantic Match Races
NEW YORK, N.Y. -(26-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Over the last 24 hours, the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge’s two leaders, Robert Miller’s Mari-Cha IV and Charles Brown and Bill Buckley’s Maximus, have finally moved in front of the virtual position of the 1905 transatlantic race winner Atlantic.
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Upwind to Newfoundland: Carrera and Stad Amsterdam Retire
NEW YORK, N.Y. -(25-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - After a high-mileage Tuesday, the pace has slowed for race leaders Mari-Cha IV and Maximus as they negotiate a warm front that will see the wind filling in from the east. Both boats are heading just south of due east and making a more modest 10 knots compared to the high 20s they were seeing yesterday.
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Gulf Stream and Weather Determine Strategies
NEW YORK, USA-(24-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
New York, USA - Thankfully, the severe winds forecast yesterday have not materialised for a majority of the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge fleet.
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Historic Race Underway from New York
NEW YORK, N.Y. -(22-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - This afternoon, 20 of the world’s largest yachts set sail from New York on the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge, a 3,000 mile ride across the North Atlantic bound for England’s Lizard point in southern Cornwall and ultimately the Needles, Isle of Wight. The Rolex Transatlantic Challenge is the 100th anniversary of the New York Yacht Club’s race for the Kaiser’s Cup, which was won in record breaking style by Wilson Marshall’s Atlantic and America’s Cup legend Charlie Barr, who was at the helm. Just as the 1905 race was delayed by a day due to dense fog in the start area, 100 years later the start also was postponed by one day, on this occasion due to a forecast of potential gale-force headwinds.
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Gale Force Winds Cause Start to be Delayed
NEW YORK, USA-(21-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
New York, USA - A severe depression centered off Cape Cod--potentially producing headwinds gusting up to 50 knots--caused the Race Committee to delay the start of the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge. A new start time has been provisionally set for 1400EDT Sunday, May 22, 2005.
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The Facts
NEW YORK, USA-(21-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
New York, USA - At 1410EDT tomorrow, the first start gun will fire for the 2005 Rolex Transatlantic Challenge, the latest in a series of transatlantic races run by the New York Yacht Club since 1866. This year’s event celebrates the centenary of yacht owner Wilson Marshall and skipper Charlie Barr’s record-breaking race for the Kaiser’s Cup aboard the schooner Atlantic.
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Start postponed due to dangerous weather conditions
NEW YORK, N.Y.-(20-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The start of the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge, originally scheduled for 2 p.m. on May 21, has been postponed by the New York Yacht Club Race Committee for at least 24 hours.
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Final Preparations
NEW YORK, N.Y.-(19-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - All 20 yachts competing in Saturday’s Rolex Transatlantic Challenge are now docked in New York, most moored alongside the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum aboard the decommissioned aircraft carrier USS Intrepid.
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Challenge Remains the Same
NEW YORK, N.Y.-(18-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
NEW YORK, N.Y. - While the world may have changed dramatically in the years between the race for the Kaiser’s Cup in 1905 and the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge starting this Saturday, May 21, off New York Harbour, one constant remains--the North Atlantic Ocean.
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New Crew Member Added to Every Yacht
NEW YORK, N.Y.-(13-5-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
New York, N.Y. - Every yacht participating in the 2005 Rolex Transatlantic Challenge will be racing with a capability never dreamed of when the Great Ocean Race of 1905 was held – the ability to speak to an emergency physician from any point between the start and finish.
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Fleet Roster Is Finalized at 20 Yachts
NEW YORK, USA-(8-3-2005) Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005
New York, USA - With its entry list now final, the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005, hosted by the New York Yacht Club (NYYC) with the cooperation of the Royal Yacht Squadron (RYS), is holding true to its promise of being one of the greatest sailing races of the 21st Century.
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21 entries received
NEWPORT RI, USA-(15-11-2004) The Rolex Transatlantic Challenge
Newport RI, USA - With a January 21st, 2005, deadline for entries in the Rolex Transatlantic Challenge 2005, 21 yachts have entered or intend to enter the race.
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