Nord Stream Race

Nord Stream Race

Newsletter #3 | 7th September 2017

Cape Crow Yacht Club from Sweden wins Nord Stream Race 2017  

Photo: Nord Stream Race/ Andrey Sheremetev
Cape Crow Yacht Club from Hönö near Gothenburg in Sweden has won the Nord Stream Race 2017 (26th August to 6th September) after finishing 3th on the final leg from Helsinki to St. Petersburg in Russia.
Read more here on the website.

Deutscher Touring Yacht-Club from Germany wins “Nord Stream Race Inshore Trophy”

Photo: Nord Stream Race/ Andrey Sheremetev
Deutscher Touring Yacht-Club (Team Germany) has won the “Nord Stream Race Inshore Trophy“ after winning two of the three short-course races in Helsinki.
Read more here on the website.

Swedes also winner of the “Nord Stream Cup”

Photo: Nord Stream Race/ Lars Wehrmann
Swedes also take the “Nord Stream Cup” for best all-rounder in the combined inshore and offshore ranking.
Read more here on the website.

Lord of the Sail – Europe (Team Russia) wins Leg 4 from Helsinki to St. Petersburg

Photo: Nord Stream Race/ Andrey Sheremetev
Lord of the Sail – Europe (Team Russia) just holding off their rivals to secure leg 4 victory by a margin of just one minute in home waters.
Read more here on the website.

All results of the Nord Stream Race 2017

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Partner of Nord Stream Race

Organiser: Saint Petersburg Yacht Club

Established in 2010, St. Petersburg Yacht Club focuses on all-round development of sailing in Russia. The club’s activities cover both competitions and training programs for sailors of different ages. St. Petersburg Yacht Club has an active event calendar throughout the year across national and international events for youth, Olympic and professional sailors. Key goals are to raise the profile of sailing to the highest level within Russia and to represent the country at major regattas worldwide.

More about SPBYC: www.yacht-club-spb.com

Main Sponsor: Gazprom

Gazprom is a global energy company with its businesses extending across Russia and throughout more than 40 countries worldwide. Gazprom has long believed it has a responsibility to give back to the communities it works within and its social goals to promote a healthy lifestyle, a harmonious upbringing of a physically strong generation and worthy performances at International sporting events were a natural fit with the Nord Stream Race.

More about Gazprom: www.gazprom.com

Sponsor: Nord Stream AG

Nord Stream is a natural gas pipeline which links Russia and the European Union through the Baltic Sea. The first of Nord Stream’s two parallel pipelines became operational in November 2011, the second in October 2012. The total capacity is enough to supply more than 26 million European households.

More about Nord Stream: www.nord-stream.com

Class Partner: ClubSwan 50

Nautor’s Swan has always offered high-performance racing yachts to complement its classic range of cruising Swans. Today the yard uses its new ClubSwan models to test the most modern trends in design, materials and solutions, refining technologies that will then be used to the benefit of the cruising models. But with the ClubSwan 50, Nautor has pushed the limits, proposing a yacht that is a small revolution in performance and pure sailing pleasure.

More about ClubSwan 50: www.clubswan50.com

Clothing Supplier: Marinepool

Marinepool is widely regarded as one of the leading sailing clothing and maritime lifestyle brands with sales in 43 countries worldwide and is the leading producer of life jackets for the leisure and sport market in Europe. The company’s vast product portfolio comprises performance sailing clothing and outdoor garments, functional fashion for sailing and water sports as well as lifestyle clothing lines for women, men and kids in a unique maritime style.

More about Marinepool: www.marinepool.de

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Connecting Baltics through Sports
Teams #1: Deutscher Touring Yacht-Club
National Sailing Leagues meet Nord Stream Race

Newsletter #1 | 09 August 2017

Dates of Nord Stream Race 2017
When?
25-26 August
27-28 August
31 Aug. – 02 Sept.
04-05 September
06-07 September
Where?
Kiel/Germany, NRV & KYC
Copenhagen/Denmark, KDY
Stockholm/Sweden, KSSS
Helsinki/Finland, HSK
St. Petersburg/Russia, SPBYC

Connecting Baltics through Sports

5 Teams, 5 Countries, 4 Legs: the Nord Stream Race starts on the 26th of August for the 6th time – 1,000 nautical miles across the Baltic Sea. The Nord Stream Race takes sailors from five nations in eleven days from Kiel via Copenhagen, Stockholm and Helsinki to Saint Petersburg. In addition to the sporting competition, the contact between the 50 predominantly young sailors is in the foreground.
Read more here on the website.

Meet the Teams #1: Deutscher Touring Yacht-Club

Interview Deutscher Touring Yacht Club - NSR 2017
The reining champion of the German Sailing League from Bavaria.

National Sailing Leagues meet Nord Stream Race

Photo: Lars Wehrmann

The champion clubs from the National Sailing Leagues from Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia and Sweden have qualified for the 2017 edition of the Nord Stream Race, the 1,000 nautical mile offshore race through the Baltic Sea. The five clubs will be racing in a fleet of brand-new, one-design ClubSwan 50 racing yachts.Read more here on the website.

Teaser: The Reloaded Nord Stream Race 2017

Who’s the best Baltic sailing club?

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Partner of Nord Stream Race

Organiser: Saint Petersburg Yacht Club

Established in 2010, St. Petersburg Yacht Club focuses on all-round development of sailing in Russia. The club’s activities cover both competitions and training programs for sailors of different ages. St. Petersburg Yacht Club has an active event calendar throughout the year across national and international events for youth, Olympic and professional sailors. Key goals are to raise the profile of sailing to the highest level within Russia and to represent the country at major regattas worldwide.

More about SPBYC: www.yacht-club-spb.com

Main Sponsor: Gazprom

Gazprom is a global energy company with its businesses extending across Russia and throughout more than 40 countries worldwide. Gazprom has long believed it has a responsibility to give back to the communities it works within and its social goals to promote a healthy lifestyle, a harmonious upbringing of a physically strong generation and worthy performances at International sporting events were a natural fit with the Nord Stream Race.

More about Gazprom: www.gazprom.com

Sponsor: Nord Stream AG

Nord Stream is a natural gas pipeline which links Russia and the European Union through the Baltic Sea. The first of Nord Stream’s two parallel pipelines became operational in November 2011, the second in October 2012. The total capacity is enough to supply more than 26 million European households.

More about Nord Stream: www.nord-stream.com

Class Partner: ClubSwan 50

Nautor’s Swan has always offered high-performance racing yachts to complement its classic range of cruising Swans. Today the yard uses its new ClubSwan models to test the most modern trends in design, materials and solutions, refining technologies that will then be used to the benefit of the cruising models. But with the ClubSwan 50, Nautor has pushed the limits, proposing a yacht that is a small revolution in performance and pure sailing pleasure.

More about ClubSwan 50: www.clubswan50.com

Clothing Supplier: Marinepool

Marinepool is widely regarded as one of the leading sailing clothing and maritime lifestyle brands with sales in 43 countries worldwide and is the leading producer of life jackets for the leisure and sport market in Europe. The company’s vast product portfolio comprises performance sailing clothing and outdoor garments, functional fashion for sailing and water sports as well as lifestyle clothing lines for women, men and kids in a unique maritime style.

More about Marinepool: www.marinepool.de

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