Aug 102012

This is the twelfth in the series of blog posts dedicated to London 2012 Olympic Games events. Today it is the turn of weird and wonderful sailing titles. The men and women are in action in the 470 medal race. Good luck to Hannah Mills, Sasha Clark, Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell. Let’s hope that the conditions in Weymouth Bay and Portland Harbour are excellent! Also congratulations to Ben Ainslie for winning Gold and being the most successful sailor in Olympic Games history.

  • Afloat : sailing, motorboating, watersports.
  • All at sea : Britain’s waterfront newspaper.
  • Admiralty sailing directions.
  • Blue water sailing.
  • Cork Dry Gin sailing annual.
  • Gam on lake sailing.
  • Good old boat.
  • Journal of the Little Ship Club.
  • The News from the Port Hole.
  • Folkboat …
  • Ireland afloat.
  • Making waves : the newsletter of the Jubilee Sailing Trust.
  • Sailing and where to anchor.
  • Sailing directions (enroute) for the English Channel
  • Texas sailing.
  • Getting afloat / compiled in conjunction with the Ship and Boat Builders’ National Federation.
  • No quarter given.
  • Sailing with spirit.
  • The Shallow water sailor.
  • Spyglass.
  • Sailing cruisers under £4,500
  • Scots n’ water.
  • Multihulls.
  • The Nelson touch
  • Build the Endeavour : the voyage of Captain Cook : construct your scale-model of Captain Cook’s ship and follow his journey of exploration.
For more sporting serials and other weird and wonderful titles take a look in SUNCAT. Watch out for the next instalment of the SUNCAT Olympics blog posts.
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