2019 Star Europeans and SSL Breeze Grand Slam registration is now open

Registration for the 2019 Star European Championship / SSL Breeze Grand Slam in Riva del Garda, Italy, is now open online, and you shouldn’t waste time and go to the International Star Class website and sign up for one of the best sailing event of 2019.

You don’t want to miss the first ever event that combines one of the oldest sport association, the Star Class, and one of the the most innovative movement in the sailing industry, the Star Sailors League. They will organize the regatta together for the first time and the traditional format of the Star Class Silver event will play as qualification round to the thrilling knock-out round of the final day, where the top ten team will start by sailing the quarter final, then the semi and the final during which the first team to cross the line will be crowned 2019 European Champion and winner of the first SSL Breeze Grand Slam, bringing home the biggest share of the 100,000$ prize pot.

European Star Training Dates

See the Star training dates that will lead up to the European Championship/SSL Breeze Grand Slam

2019 Star European Championship hosted by Fraglia Vela Riva

Fraglia Vela Riva welcomes Star Sailors to Italy for the 2019 Star European Championship, to be held May 13 - 19, 2019.

Star Europeans 2018, Augie Diaz and Bruno Prada are the winners

American Augie Diaz and Brazialian Bruno Prada are the winner of the Robbe&Berking Star European Championships 2018, tied to Lars Grael with Samuel Gonçalves (BRA) who are second. Bronze medal goes to Irish brothers Peter and Robert O’Leary.

Star Europeans Day 3, one race and one thunderstorm

Only one race was sailed this morning in Flensburg, for the 2018 Star European Championship, and it was a tough one indeed. The 71 boats left the shore for the early warning signal at 10am and started with 20 knots of wind, that gusted up to over 30 at the first windward mark as another thunderstorm approached the racecourse..

Star Europeans Day 2, Thunderstorm Nadine provides a semi rest day to the Star sailors

Day 2 of the 2018 Star European Championships on the Flensburg Fjord was marked by thunderstorm Nadine. Race director Claus Otto Hansen had already asked all 142 sailors the day before to secure the ships well for the night and set the earliest possible start for today at 2.30 pm, later postponed at 4.30 pm to let the storm pass; morning off so for the whole fleet. 

Surprisingly much water had been pushed out of the fjord overnight by the westerly wind, so that some boats woke up in the mud this morning. Water filled back in just in time to let the boats dock out and head to the racecourse.

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