RNLI to benefit as yacht crew win battle for home in AZAB race

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A Cornwall based pensioner and his Somerset crew member have finally completed a yacht race despite some frightening set backs. 76-year-old Jeremy (Jem) Tetley from Grampound and 47-year-old Chris Vickery from Taunton limped into Falmouth today (Friday 29 June) after struggling with gear failure. They had been at sea for nearly 10 days having slowed to help a single-handed sailor who had broken his hand.

All systems go for Round Britain sailor and his RNLI appeal

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Freelance sound engineer Steve Cooksey from Launceston, Cornwall sets out this Sunday on an 1800-mile venture to raise money for the RNLI’s Train one, save many crew training appeal. He and colleague, Pete Caskey will spend six weeks onboard his Westerly GK 29 Gamaldansk, setting out from Fowey on Sunday 1 July at 10.30am.





MOORESTOWN, NJ, June 29, 2007

Lockheed Martin’s [NYSE: LMT] Moorestown business recently welcomed the first 18 participants for its new Information Technology (IT) Apprenticeship Program. The three-year outreach program is designed to provide local high school students with valuable work experience and, ultimately, a possible career at Lockheed Martin.


Boeing Delivers 777-200ER in Asiana Airlines’ New Livery


SEATTLE, June 28, 2007 — Boeing [NYSE:BA] today delivered a 777-200ER (Extended Range) airplane to Asiana Airlines in the airline’s new livery.

The South Korean-based airline introduced its new livery during a celebration in November 2006, which features a tail design using traditional Korean colors on a gray background. The airline’s fleet will be converted to the new livery over the next five years.


No Racing Due To Strong Winds On Day Four

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The competitors and Race Committee at the 2007 Etchells World Championship in Cowes have spent all day watching the weather and desperately hoping for the wind to drop so they could complete the final races of the regatta. Sadly the weather gods were not on their side and although the sun shone for much of the day the wind rarely dropped below 25 knots with regular gusts up towards 30 knots. This combined with a strong ebb tide made for a particularly nasty Solent chop and racing was never possible. Tomorrow’s scheduled reserve day will now be used in the hope of completing one final race.




From Saturday 30 June the International Dragon Fleet will be invading Weymouth on England’s south coast for the British Southern Area Championship and the Dragon Edinburgh Cup. Both events are being hosted by the Yacht Clubs of Weymouth with the boats based in Weymouth’s beautiful historic harbour and racing taking place on Weymouth Bay, where the sailing events for the 2012 London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games will also be hosted.