• VIDEO: Blast Off for the RORC Caribbean 600

  • VIDEO: The untold story of 'The Waka'

  • New Maxi Dolphin MD75 by Mills

  • Early discount entry fee deadline extended for 2019 D-Marin ORC Worlds

  • Boot Düsseldorf sets new records at its anniversary event

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  • RORC Caribbean 600
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    The 2019 RORC Caribbean 600 kicked off in spectacular conditions off the south coast of Antigua with the magnificent fleet starting the 600 mile non-stop offshore race in bright sunshine, full-on gusting tradewinds and two-metre high waves.

  • The Waka foiling boat
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    In late August 2012, a grainy photo of a boat emerged online. Most hardened America’s Cup followers will clearly remember the image that was the talk of the sailing world for many weeks. A high angle shot, looking down on a giant 72 foot red and black Emirates Team New Zealand catamaran seemingly flying above the waters of the Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour.

  • Kojiro Shiraishi
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    Kojiro Shiraishi was one of the stand-out figures in the 2016 Vendée Globe. The first Asian competitor to take part in the headline event in the IMOCA circuit, Kojiro Shiraishi was forced to retire after dismasting.

  • RC44 sailing
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    The 44Cup Porto Montenegro (10-14th April 2019) will be hosted by world-renowned superyacht marina, Porto Montenegro. This prestigious tour of one-design boats, taking place during the second week of April, brings together sailing and business, allowing amateur helmsmen to compete with the world’s top sailors in some of the world’s most beautiful locations.

  • RORC Caribbean 600
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    Seventy-eight yachts have entered the eleventh edition of the RORC Caribbean 600, where in excess of 700 sailors from six continents and yachts from over 20 nations will compete in the thrilling race around 11 Caribbean islands starting on Monday 18th February. Winners from the Olympic Games, America's Cup, Volvo Ocean Race and multiple world champions have gathered in Antigua and will be competing alongside passionate corinthian sailors, both young and old.

  • The Round Martinique Regatta
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    Following three days of intense racing, the Round Martinique Crédit Mutuel AG concluded on Sunday with four class winners being crowned champions. The racing was close and the finishes tight evidenced by the narrow margins seen at the conclusion of racing on the longer courses set Saturday and Sunday.

  • Maxi Dolphin MD75 by Mills
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    The brand new Maxi Dolphin MD75 by Mills ha left the yard in Erbusco on Friday, 8th February destination  Varazze on western Ligurian coast, where she will be launched for the first  time. Once passed the first tests, this cruiser/racer sailing yacht will be moved to Genoa where Maxi Dolphin's team will step the mast. Then, the Maxi Dolphin MD75 will be sailed to Lavagna, where she will undergo sea trials throughout the month of March.

  • The Round Martinique Regatta
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    The Round Martinique Regatta Crédit Mutuel AG got off to a great start today in the sumptuous setting of the Bay of Fort de France. The first day of this Tour of Martinique, back with a renewed and diversified format, got off with ideal racing; superb wind, sea and sun. The race management were handed ideal conditions to set the courses, in a building North Easterly breeze, which saw up to four races for some of the larger fleets for the 28 entries.

  • OK Dinghy World Championship
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    One hundred and eleven OK Dinghies from eight nations have gathered at Wakatere Boating Club in Auckland, New Zealand to contest the 2019 Symonite OK Dinghy World Championship. It is not only the largest-ever OK Dinghy event outside Europe, but also the first world championship held at the club.

  • St Maarten Heineken Regatta
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    In less than a month, over 110 yachts from more than 20 countries will compete in the 39th St Maarten Heineken Regatta. A key event on the Caribbean race schedule, the regatta attracts some of the world’s elite sailors and crews, with fast and furious racing in monohulls, maxis and multihulls.