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Racing & Regattas
1986 Whitbred Round the World Race
Sir Anthony Quayle introduces this official film of the 4th Whitbred Around the World Race.
1987 America's Cup: The Official Film
Share in the excitement as the Americans avenge their 1983 loss to the Australians. Includes highlights of the qualifying races, opening ceremonies, an exclusive interview with Dennis Conner, and the spectacle and pageantry of the race.
1992 America's Cup
Narrated by three time veteran Gary Jobson. Here is exclusive footage of the inside story of the '92 America's Cup. See the American's beat the Italians.
Admiral's Cup 1987
This film captures all the highlights of the exciting 1987 series sailed by teams from 14 different nations. Join them as they sail a very exciting and stormy series of races off the Isle of Wight and in the Channel. Beautifully filmed by Colin Forbes, one of Britain's leading marine filmmakers.
America's Cup '88
The most controversial Cup challenge ever! Gary Jobson narrates the race, with dramatic on-deck footage, never-before-seen film of the boats being built and exclusive interviews with Conner and Fay. The official America's Cup Video!
America's Cup 1983
One of the most exciting races in yachting history show scenes not picked up by network. TV. Covers the seventh and final race of 1983.
America's Cup: Yank it Back
The thrilling race for the America's cup.
Assault on the Record
Thrill to the setting of a new world outboard water speed record. Share the dream of shattering the existing record and establishing the new speed record.
Recorded during the annual Atlantic Rally for Cruisers, this covers all aspects of a transatlantic passage, from preparing the boat, provisioning, route planning, communications, safety, weather and navigation. Rounding out the safety issues and the racing footage are the likeable sailors interviewed throughout the preparation and the transatlantic voyage.
This has been hailed as probably the best film made on ocean racing. Filmed on the Newport to Bermuda Race in 1982, it captures the atmosphere aboard an ocean racer during a long distance race. The excitement is intensified as one of the crew members is dragged overboard by a fouled spinnaker line and has to be rescued. There are also scenes above and below deck, both day and night. Beautifully filmed and very entertaining.
An Australian sailing film, which provides an interesting and entertaining morale boost to demonstrate that men of "OZ" may indeed be formidable America's Cup adversaries, but are by no means invincible, as they attempt to shatter the worlds sailing speed record.
Boc Challenge: Knockdown
World ocean racing at it's best. It's all here-- surfing at 30 knots, being washed overboard, colliding with a whale, the 360 degree rollover, hurricanes, icebergs and snow.
Catamaran Marathon and Icy Newfoundland Cruise
John Biddle covers the brutal Worrel catamaran race from Fort Lauderdale to Virginia Beach. Also, a dangerous cruise through waters laden with icebergs that starts in St. Johns, Newfoundland.
Chesapeake Bay Skipjacks and Racing on San Francisco Bay
Watch the last working sailboats in America dredge for oysters and clash in their famous annual race. And, if you think you've seen bad sailing weather before, view the wind tunnel racing through San Francisco Bay.
COSMETIC GELCOAT & FIBERGLASS REPAIR
Drag Boat Spectacular
Get ready for awesome action on the liquid quarter-mile! The best thrills and spills from the IHBA (International Hot Boats Association). Featuring highlights from the 1987 season's most electrifying races, this tape will take you on the ride of your life.
Drum: The Journey of a Lifetime
Simon LeBon, lead singer for "Duran Duran" experiences the heartaches, the happiness, the downfalls and the delights of racing with the best in the Whitebread Around The World Race.
Merit - Whitebread
Sail aboard the Merit on it's 33,000 mile, nine month, grueling bid against New Zealand's Steinlager to win the prestigious 89/90 Whitebread around the world race.
Mystic Seaport Video Postcard Antique & Classic Boat Rendezvous
This commemorative program celebrates the 20th anniversary of Mystic Seaport Antique and Classic Boat Rendezvous. Featured highlights include many of the sail and motorboat favorites in the annual boat parade and dockside at the Museum, mixed with candid interviews. The program is call a Video Postcard because of the unique mailable packaging.
Ocean Racing Combination
This is a terrific video combination tape of ocean racing at its best. Learn technical information and see the onboard action.
Race to Bermuda with Ted Turner and A Norwegian Cruise
A rare chance to sail with Ted Turner in the Newport-to-Bermuda race, plus a once-in-a-lifetime cruise on a 43-foot sloop along the coast of Norway.
Racing Rules Made Easy
Olympic sailor and founder of the Offshore Sailing School, Steve Colgate simplifies and illustrates the current rules both graphically and on the water.
Racing to Win with Gary Jobson
Live action and new three dimensional computer animated tactical illustrations show you how Jobson performs and thinks. Learn Start, Windward and Downwind tactics with 3-D animation.
Sail to Glory
This feature film is the story of the first America's Cup in 1851, hosted by Robert Stack with music by Doc Severinson.
Shape of Speed
This film shows you just what fast looks like, from the boat crew's point of view. It is intended for serious sailors who want to get the most from their sails.
Splash & Crash
Tall Ships: 1976
Race with these incomparable vessels from Bermuda to Newport and then on to their historic rendezvous in New York City. You don't have to know anything about sailing, only have an eye for beauty and a sense of history.
To Win at all Costs
This is a lively, informative, and often amusing look at the yacht race which found clubs, men and countries, challenging for the most prestigious trophy in yachting: the Americas Cup. This fascinating program traces the boats from schooners to 12 meter boats. Beginning with a reenactment of the first race at Cowes in 1851, it follows through to the lifting of the Cup from American grasp in 1983. Rare archival footage, paintings, stills and drawings illustrate the extraordinary men, yachts materials and effort that have surrounded this premiere and at times controversial yachting event!
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