• World Campions and The Nations Trophy decided

  • Second Dehler 30 one design launched

  • VIDEO: Cable-free sails - the new black?

  • Wally Class announced a new cruising division at the Voiles de St Tropez

  • INEOS TEAM UK reveal the 4th AC75 America's Cup boat

More sailing news

  • The Nations Trophy
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    The final day of The Nations Trophy 2019 brought more drama as a building breeze compressed the action into a solitary race for all classes. While the individual race winners will have enjoyed their moment in the sun, it was the overall class winners and recipients of The Nations Trophy itself that celebrated the loudest.

  • Dehler 30 one design
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    Shortly after the world premier of the Dehler 30 one design in Cannes, hull number two has been launched in Greifswald. Now it is possible to experience the racing gens of the new racer-cruiser in the best possible way: two Dehler 30 od competing against each other!

  • Cable-free sails
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    Cable-free sails are evolving ! The next generation of a cable-free code zero is now available at Elvstrøm Sails. A Code Zero in a trioptimal design, produced from a laminate with a high density fiber luff.

  • Wally
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    The Wally Class marks its shared 20th anniversary with the Voiles de St Tropez with the announcement of a new cruising class to run alongside its current competitive racing class from next year.
     

  • The Nations Trophy
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    The second edition of The Nations Trophy kicked off today; all four classes ticking off one race from the scheduled nine. Racing started three hours late and, while it was long, it was a worthwhile wait. When the fickle breeze in the Bay of Palma stabilized sufficiently, the Real Club Nautico de Palma race team, led by Ariane Mainemare, was swift in laying the course and getting the 41-boat fleet away.

  • Ineos Team UK
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    Just 48 hours after the Italians’ launch, the British team take their turn to reveal their first AC75.

  • Mini-Transat
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    The much-awaited moment is finally upon us! Tomorrow, Saturday 5 October at 10:30 hours, the 87 competitors in the Mini-Transat La Boulangère will take the start in La Rochelle of the first leg, bound for Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (1,350 miles).

  • Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez
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    After the first day was blown off due to excess wind, the Mistral gave way today to light conditions enabling racing for the maxi yachts to start finally at Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, organised by the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez.

  • Vendée Globe start
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    On 8th November 2020, at 13:02, the 9th Vendée Globe will start from Les Sables–d’Olonne. Ever since its creation, the Vendée Globe – a sailing race round-the-world, solo, non-stop and without assistance - has been an essential reference in the world of offshore sailing. Driven by an ever-increasing popularity, the race attracts sailors from all horizons.

  • Transat Jacques Vabre
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    On Sunday 27th October, thirty IMOCAs will line up for the start of the Transat Jacques Vabre – a record. That means sixty sailors (including seven women and sixteen non-French sailors) will be doing battle over the 4350 miles separating Le Havre from Salvador da Bahia. However, it is not just the number of sailors that is interesting. The line-up brings together people from various backgrounds and with various ambitions.