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We heard from our sailors that they wanted to see video of the day's racing after each day of the event. Here they all are, thanks to Sperry Top-Sider.
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June 3, 2002Lake St. Clair Gives Sailing World Detroit NOOD Racers Well-Rounded Testby Nood Staff19 Class Winners Crowned After Three Days of RacingRating:0
June 1, 2002Sun, but little wind, mark third day of Detroit NOODby Stuart StreuliDETROIT—Three days of sun and wind, say many locals, is probably too much to ask for from Lake St. Clair in early June. So today, after two glorious days of sailing in the 2002 Sailing World Detroit NOOD Regatta, when the wind turned fickle and the single scheduled race turned into a bit of a crapshoot, few of the more than 1,000 sailors participating could find much reason to complain. "I’ve done every Detroit NOOD," said Mike Welch of the J/35 Falcon. "This was the best weather we’ve ever had."Rating:0
May 31, 2002Another Great Day at the Detroit NOOD Regattaby Stuart StreuliDETROIT—For most fleets at the 2002 Sailing World Detroit NOOD regatta, having 20 boats on the line is a dream. For the Cal 25s, its an off year. "This is the first year in the last few that we’re not the largest fleet at the NOOD," said Mike Hoey, who co-owns Stormalong with Robert Orr Jr. There are 33 Cal 25s in the Detroit area, he said, and another 20 in Port Huron.Rating:0
May 31, 2002Detroit Sailors Revel in Warm Winds at NOOD Regattaby Stuart StreuliDETROIT—While their beloved Red Wings look to finish off the professional hockey season by claiming Lord Stanley’s cup, some of Detroit’s best sailors turned their attention toward pursuits more suited for a balmy, late spring day in the Midwest. The 2002 Detroit Sailing World NOOD Regatta brought 214 boats and over 1,000 sailors to the Bayview YC for three days of racing on Lake St. Clair. The relatively small, and shallow, lake that helps connect Lakes Erie and Huron is known for the capricious nature of it’s winds, but today couldn’t have been any better.Rating:0
May 20, 2002Sailing World Detroit NOOD Draws Top Sailors of the Region To Lake St. Claire.by Nood Staff---Tough Battles Expected at Three-Day Regatta at Bayview Yacht ClubRating:0
October 31, 2001Sailing World Detroit NOOD Marked by Stiff Breeze, High Spiritsby Cynthia GossWinners in 23 Classes Prevail After Three Days of RacingRating:0
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An environmentalist's dream boat, the sabani sailboats, have no motor. They are only powered by the wind and, the team, using paddles.
These boats, called sabani, will participate in the Mayor's Cup Sabani Race, an annual event, held in Itoman City, Okinawa, Japan. Photo taken November 10, 2013, the morning of the event.