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Melges 24 European Sailing Series in Riva del Garda - Pierrick Contin

Melges 24 World Championship 2015 will take place on June 30 until July 5, hosted by Match Racing Denmark in co-operation with the Danish Melges 24 Class Association and IMCA in Middelfart, Denmark. Already forty-seven teams from ten countries have registered to race while there are 256 days to go.

Melges 24 fleet in US - Fall Championship 2013

The 2014 Melges 24 Fall Championship took place in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin on October 3-5 with Brian Porter’s Full Throttle taking top honors. Seattle’s Kevin Welch on Mikey took second, while long-time Melges 24 owner John Schumacher’s Muskegon claimed third.

Blu Moon Wins Coppa Lino Favini in Luino

The 11th edition of the Lino Favini Cup (Coppa Lino Favini), which was considered also Melges 24 Swiss Open Championship 2014 and Italian Melges 24 Series Act was held on the waters of Lake Maggiore off Luino on October 10-12. At stake was the trophy what like in last year, was achieved by a local crew, Franco Rossini’s Blu Moon with Flavio Favini in helm, who was happy to race in the competition dedicated to his father.

The Final Submission Date For Motions And Nominations For The AGM 2014

Please remember that the final deadline for motions and nominations for Annual General Meeting 2014, which will be held on December 6 in Milan, Italy, is on Friday, October 10th.

According to the IMCA's Contitution motions and nominations to be proposed at the AGM shall be submitted to the International Secretary not less than 8 weeks before the date of the said AGM. 

Melges 24 Swiss Open Championships in Luino on October 10-12

Lino Favini Cup considered also as Melges 24 Swiss Open Championship 2014 and Italian Melges 24 Series Act 5 will be held by the Associazione Velica Alto Verbano in Luino on the Lake Maggiore on October 10-12, 2014.

Riccardo Simoneschi’s Audi tron and Robert Bakóczy’s FGF Sailing Team

September 29, 2014 – Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2014 got a spectacular conclusion in Medemblik, the Netherlands on September 19-21. The series opened in Portorož, Slovenia in March and featured five regattas including MKB Bank Melges 24 European Championships on the Lake Balaton in May, Kiel Week in June, Italian Melges 24 Act 3 in Riva del Garda in July and the Dutch Open Championships in Medemblik.

Riccardo Simoneschi’s Audi tron ITA 840 Wins The Dutch Open Championships

September 21, Medemblik, Holland – During three days, with 21 teams from Great Britain, Germany, Hungary, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Ukraine and Italy seven races were sailed in very various conditions - very light and sunny on Friday, then gray changing to sunny and more windy on Saturday and finally strong wind of 24 knots with gusts of 28 knots on Sunday.

Riccardo Simoneschi’s Audi tron ITA 840 Took The Lead At The Dutch Opens

September 20, Medemblik, Holland – By the end of a long day spent between waiting for a breeze to sail and the darkness in the evening, three races were completed at the Dutch Open Championships, which is considered as the final stage of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2014.

GBR’s Double Leading in Melges 24 Class On The First Day Of The Dutch Opens

September 19, Medemblik, Holland – The first day of the Dutch Open Championships 2014, which is considered as the final stage of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2014, welcomed the fleet of 19 boats from eight countries: Great Britain, Germany, Hungary, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Ukraine and Italy. 

Dutch Open Championship - The Final Stage Of The Melges 24 European Sailing Seri

September 19, Medemblik, Holland - In a few hours the racing will start in Medemblik for the final event of the Melges 24 European Sailing Series 2014. 25 teams are representing eight countries: Great Britain, Germany, Hungary, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Ukraine and Italy.