• Contrasting conditions test sailors on Day 2 of Ready Steady Tokyo

  • Rolex Fastnet Race: Winners return to the Rolex Fastnet Race

  • Rolex Fastnet Race: Hot prospects in the big boat divisions

  • World Sailing renews World Match Racing Tour status

  • Rolex Fastnet Race: Doublehanders on the rise

More sailing news

  • Madeline Hawkins and Yumi Yoshiyasu

    The penultimate day of the 2019 Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships in Gdynia, Poland saw three gold medals decided ahead of Friday’s final races.

  • Quantum Racing

    After a somewhat less than perfect regatta last month in Puerto Sherry and a seventh place overall, 2018 52 SUPER SERIES champions Quantum Racing restored their winning mojo today in Portugal when they sailed to a second and a first in classic Cascais conditions to lead the Cascais 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week.

  • Alegre

    Cascais and the Rolex TP52 World Championship was the best regatta last year for Andy Soriano’s Alegre and as the British-flagged team return this week to the famous Portuguese strong wind racing arena for the Cascais 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week, hopes are high among the crew that they will be able to match their third place here, or better it.

  • World Match Racing Tour WMRT

    World Sailing, the world governing body of the sport, has renewed the Special Event status of the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) through to 2028.

  • Nacra 15

    Nacra 15 Youth Olympians came to the forefront at the Hempel Youth Sailing World Championships on Monday as racing commenced in Gdynia, Poland.

  • Tour Voile

    Today’s rest day may not actual entail much repose, but it will allow the 23 teams taking part in the 42nd Tour Voile to travel overland from the Atlantic coast to the Mediterranean. After legs on the North Sea, the English Channel and the Atlantic, three more Acts - equating to six days of racing - are left to play out before the end of the competition on Sunday 21st July.

  • Doublehanded sailing

    Perhaps it is because people are becoming increasingly time poor, or because it neatly side-steps the problem of keeping a large crew together, but one area of offshore racing undeniably gaining popularity is doublehanding.

  • Transat

    The city of Charleston and race owners OC Sport Pen Duick are pleased to announce that the 2020 edition of The Transat, the world’s oldest solo ocean sailing race, will finish in Charleston, South Carolina for the first time in the race’s history.

  • Najad N505 CC

    Najad Yachts is proud to announce that For Sail Yachtbrokers has become the new importer of Najad Yachts in the Benelux. For Sail Yachtbrokers will represent the brand under the name Najad Yachts Benelux.

  • 2019 J/22 World Championship

    Thirty-one boats are sailing the 2019 J/22 World Championship in Warnemuender, Germany in the coming week.  Hosts are the Warnemuender Segel-Club with help of Berliner YC and YC Berlin-Grunau, held in concert with Warnemeunder Week from the 6th to 13th July.