Welcome to the 2019  MIAMI SAILING WEEK 

The most anticipated multi-class regatta in Miami will take place from March 4th to March 10th, 2019. We will be celebrating our 10th Anniversary

Miami Sailing Week was established in 2010 with the goal in mind of creating a fun filled week of activities related to the sport of sailing that we all love very much. Through the years we accomplished many of our goals and the event became a capstone of Miami’s regatta season. Along the way we worked with many different one-design classes, the waterfront community, talented artists and benefitted several charitable organizations. 

Our vision, at STUDIOMILANO, is to continue the positive trend and further expand the event in 2019 with a fully functional Regatta Park venue. 

We would also like to welcome back our sponsors that through their commitment enhance the regatta for everyone. 

 Miami Sailing Week is a STUDIOMILANO event.

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An update on Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag crew member John Fisher, from Richard Brisius, the President of the Volvo Ocean Race:

This morning I am extremely sad to inform you that one of our sailors, John Fisher, from Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag, is now presumed to have been lost at sea.

This is heart-breaking for all of us. As sailors and race organisers losing a crew member at sea is a tragedy we don't ever want to contemplate. We are devastated and our thoughts are with John's family, friends and teammates.

Yesterday, just after 1300 UTC, Race Control for the Volvo Ocean Race were informed of a man overboard situation by Team Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag. We immediately coordinated with the team as well as the Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre, who have located a ship and diverted it towards the scene. But at current speeds it remains over a day away.

With the rest of the Volvo Ocean Race fleet approximately 200 miles downwind, sending them back upwind to assist, against gale to storm force winds, was not a viable option.

The team conducted an exhaustive search for several hours in extremely challenging weather conditions, but they were unable to recover their teammate.

Given the cold water temperature and the extreme sea state, along with the time that has now passed since he went overboard, we must now presume that John has been lost at sea.

All of us here at the Volvo Ocean Race organisation send our heartfelt condolences out to John's family, his friends and his teammates and we will do everything in our power to support them in this very difficult time. The team has now resumed heading in a north-easterly direction.

In fact, the team is currently in a challenging position – the weather is deteriorating and is forecast to be quite severe over the course of today.

The crew is, of course, emotionally and physically drained after what they have just experienced. Our sole focus now is to provide all the support and assistance that we can to the team.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to John's family.
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