Ice-Yachting on Ullnasjön Stockholm Sweden 4 Januari 2015
Song: The Reciver Artist: Letter box
Austrian DN - Ice Yacht Racing Team at Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia - 2016
April 2016 is the 1st time that the Autrian team started at the Baikal DN - Ice Yacht Races. :-)
Ice 52 Test
Portofino, October 2015 Ice 52 Test preview
Ice Yachting on the Hudson
Video shot aboard an ice yacht on the Hudson River, just north of the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge.
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ICE YACHTS - Intervista al TAG Heuer VELAFestival 2018
Ecco l'intervista a Marco Malgara per Ice Yachts al TAG Heuer VELAFestival 2018 - 3/6 Maggio a Santa Margherita Ligure.
International DN Ice Yacht Championships 2015
The International DN Ice Yacht World and North American Championships are being held in Kingston, Ontario (right in front of our office). For the Kingston Yacht Club, we skated out to the middle of the lake, and put together a little highlight piece for them to remember the event by. Great job Kingston Yacht Club!
Ice Yachting on the Hudson
Classic gaff rigged ice yachts and their high tech cousins out on the ice in Athens, NY
Ice Yachting .wmv
Ice Yachting at Leigh & Lowton Sailing Club
ICE YACHTS 44 by FELCI YACHTS
La Spezia 2013-05-28. First navigation trial of the new fast cruiser built by ICE YACHTS and designed by FELCI YACHTS.
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ICE BOATING FUN
An ice boat (often spelled as iceboat) is a boat or purpose-built framework similar in functional design to a sail boat but fitted with skis or runners (skates) and designed to run over ice instead of through (liquid) water. Ice yachting is the sport of sailing and racing iceboats. Sailable ice is known in the sport as hard water versus sailing on liquid or soft water. A related sport, land sailing, utilizes a configuration with an iceboat-like fuselage or frame equipped with wheels instead of runners. Iceboats commonly used for racing are usually only for one person, but several classes of two-seat and multiple-seat iceboats are more or less common. On some boats, a side car can be fitted to take others along for a ride.
Traditional iceboats from before the late 19th century were used for transportation of goods and racing. These boats reached lengths of 30 to 50 feet (15 m) and were sometimes transported between sites on rail cars. Ice sailing was first developed in Europe. In America, it was done in several locations where the sport also continues today. Many active ice sailing clubs are thriving in the northern States and Canadian Provinces, including on the Hudson River, Long Island Sound, Detroit, Michigan, Sandusky, Ohio, Gull Lake, Michigan, Lake Muskegon, Michigan, Geneva Lake, Wisconsin, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Hamilton Bay, Ontario, Ghost Lake, Alberta and on other venues as far south as Decatur and Springfield, Illinois. Some of the older large stern steerer iceboats can seat several in their baskets. Several of these boats are maintained and raced today. The Northwest Ice Yacht Association sponsors an annual regatta that includes classes for these boats. This annual regatta recently celebrated its 100th anniversary.
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Ice Yachting Around Ice Fisherman
Ice Boating Around Ice Fishing Holes And Shanty's
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Ice Yachting in a DN 2013
Ice yachting in a DN Uppsala Sweden February 2013
Ice Yachting Sweden
Ice-Blokart on Ullnasjön Stockholm Sweden in the winter 2015
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Lithuanian Ice-yacht cup 2014
The start of middleweight category and a heavyweight downwind mark battle :)
~ Ice Yachts of the Hudson~
~ Ice Yachts of the Hudson~ 3/1/2014...Beautiful old wooden ice yachts of the Hudson river NY.... Most were built in the mid-late 1800's ~~
Iceboard World Record GPS Speed.mpg
Windsurfer Ice Boards set Official GPS World Record speeds on Lake Winnipesaukee New Hampshire, USA. Many sailors surpase the 50 knot barrier over miles of clear safe ice.
February 12 2012
World Record Icesled Class: 52.65 Knots avg. 10 second run
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