Fuente info Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image
Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image 2016 officially launched
Professional sailing photographers from all over the world are invited to join the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award 2016. Submission of the pictures open until October 13. Prize giving during the Yacht Racing Forum in Malta on November 29.
September 12, 2016 – Yacht Racing photographers from all over the world are invited to attend the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award 2016.
Started in 2010, this event is the world’s premier photography competition dedicated to the sport of sailing, celebrating the very best yacht racing image taken during the year, and which best represents the essence and excitement of the sport. Open to professional photographers, it provides an opportunity for yacht racing specialists to display their work and share their passion with a wide audience. More than one million people saw the pictures submitted for the last edition of the contest.
Fuente info Voilavion
Voilavion is a new foiling catamaran that is performant but incredibly stable and easy to handle.
An idea of foiling catamaran with a tilting mast came from windsurfing where at high speed surfers tend to lean the sail against the wind enabling it to operate as an airplane wing and have the board take off.
Voilavion is not only about performance and stability but also about fine lines and exceptional design, the best compromise between speed, navigation comfort and pleasure.
Nikos Zagas and Rick Tomlinson win Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award 2015
The sixth edition of the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image welcomed 135 professional photographers spanning 29 countries and generated an exceptional selection of images. Nikos Zagas (GRE) won the main award, whilst the delegates from the Yacht Racing Forum chose Rick Tomlinson’s photograph for the «Public Award». A special mention was awarded to Brian Carlin (IRL).
Siguiendo la serie “La otra cara de la 34 Copa del Rey MAPFRE” os presentamos el vídeo “The Shooter”; un nuevo vídeo en el que os contamos el apasionante trabajo de María Muiña, miembro del equipo de fotografía de la 34 Copa del Rey MAPFRE.