• Rolex TP52 World Championship: grand prix quest for excellence

  • World Sailing joins sports organisations around the world in committing to United Nations ‘Race To Zero’ campaign

  • Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup: an exemplary performance

  • The X5⁶ is nominated for the European Yacht of the Year 2022

  • Breskens Sailing Weekend to organise 2022 IRC European Championship

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  • United Nations Race To Zero campaign
    Ice

    Sailing joins thousands around the world in pledging to be net zero by 2050, aligning sport with the goals of the Paris Agreement and accelerating efforts to address climate change.

  • TP52 World Championship
    Ice

    The Rolex TP52 World Championship is considered to be a benchmark for inshore yacht racing. The pinnacle event of the TP52 class season gathered ten teams from seven countries in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, for five days of competition. The quest was one of the most coveted prizes in grand prix sailing. After eight races, Takashi Okura’s Sled, from the United States, emerged victorious to claim a well-deserved title. Rolex has supported the TP52 World Championship since 2017 as part of a longstanding commitment to the sport that dates back more than 60 years.  

  • Crew Platoon
    Kat

    Over a regatta which consisted of five races there was no room in a winning scoreline for one big result. While several rival teams left the sunshine island of Menorca today rueing small mistakes which ultimately cost them their chances of lifting the TP52 class’s prestigious Royal Cup, Harm Müller Spreer’s can point to a consistent scoreline as the reason his German flagged team won at the Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing week for the second time in a row.

  • 52 super series
    Kat

    Not since Quantum Key West Race Week in 2014 has a 52 SUPER SERIES team opened a regatta with three back-to-back race wins, but Andy Soriano's Alegre team matched the record of Quantum Racing today when they took both winning guns in breezy conditions at the Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week to complement their first day victory Tuesday.

  • 52 super series
    Kat

    The Plattner family’s South African flagged Phoenix laid down a marker that they should again be podium contenders when they won today’s light winds official practice race prior to Tuesday’s start of the Menorca 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week.

  • Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup
    Kat

    The 2021 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup featured a 44 boat fleet which, over the course of the weeklong regatta, delivered an impressive display of prowess and performance. Organized by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS), in conjunction with the International Maxi Association (IMA) and in partnership with Rolex since 1985, this annual regatta has a reputation for attracting dedicated owners, highly-skilled crews and exceptional yachts. The 31st edition lived up to expectation, an inspiring event in uncertain times.

  • Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup
    Kat

    The provisional classification sees Velsheda, Magic Carpet 3, Cannonball, Capricorn and Lyra at the top of their respective divisions. A lay day is scheduled for tomorrow.

  • Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup
    Kat

    With a fine turn-out plus integrating the Wallys into the IRC maxi fleets, racing feels very different at this year’s Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, organised by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in conjunction with maxi yachting’s governing body, the International Maxi Association.
     

  • Maxi Rolex Cup
    Kat

    Porto Cervo, 6 September 2021. An excellent first day of racing opened the 31st Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, organised by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda with the support of Title Sponsor Rolex and the IMA (International Maxi Yacht Association), with a fleet of 44 yachts of over 60 feet (18.29 metres) enrolled.

  • Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup
    Kat

    After a year’s hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 43 of the world’s largest and most advanced racing boats have gathered in the jewel of northeast Sardinia that is Porto Cervo, for tomorrow’s start of the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup.