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Hello from Down Under!

Published on August 7th, 2016 | by Moore 24 Class

On July 1, June 30 in the U.S., Webb Chiles will continue his sixth circumnavigation, sailing from Darwin, Australia for South Africa on GANNET, his ultralight Moore 24, a masterpiece of yacht design and construction.  This ... Read More


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2016 MOORE 24 NATS

Published on July 31st, 2016 | by Moore 24 Class

A plea from the Moore Facebook page: “Putting a call out for anyone that can beat Bart Hackworth, Simon Winer, and Ron Tostenson. Three nationals in a row? What is going on here? Nice work guys, ... Read More


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Friends of ¡Mas! Update 5

Published on July 17th, 2016 | by Moore 24 Class

Friends of ¡Mas! - update 5 ¡Mas! Is still doing incredibly well and is more than half-way there!  As of 5am this morning they only have 1008 NM to finish and have sailed 1108 NM so ... Read More


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Mas! Pac Cup Updates Update 3

Published on July 15th, 2016 | by Moore 24 Class

Subject: Re: Mas! Pac Cup Updates Friends of ¡Mas! - update 3 Received at 0824 hours, July 15th "Quick update.  Mas is doing well, broke our spinnaker guy at 0230 last night.  Made a quick swap ... Read More


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Friends or Mas! Pac Cup Updates Update 3

Published on July 13th, 2016 | by Moore 24 Class

Friends of Mas - update 2 - Received at 2048 hours, July 13th "Good evening from the great ship Mas.  We have slipped into 2nd, but we are making good time this afternoon.  We crossed paths ... Read More


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Friends of ¡Mas!

Published on July 12th, 2016 | by Moore 24 Class

It's day 2 and we have heard from the guys a couple of times today; They are in good spirits, doing well, happy to hear that according to the (very lame 6 hour delayed YB tracker) ... Read More


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Whiskeytown Report:

Published on June 2nd, 2016 | by Moore 24 Class

Seven Moores made it to Whiskeytown for the annual Memorial Day weekend regatta, four of them from the Pacific Northwest and three from the Bay Area.  Conditions were light and warm and there was no current.  ... Read More


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