• Royal Ocean Racing Club cancels Cervantes Trophy, North Sea Race and Vice Admiral's Cup

  • ORC COVID-19 announcement

  • Italian 2020 52 SUPER SERIES Regattas Cancelled

  • The 52 SUPER SERIES cancels the second event in Cape Town due to COVID-19

  • Top teams return for 2020 GC32 Racing Tour

More sailing news

  • Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

    The 72-foot URM was barely spoken of when it came to who could figure in the race for line and overall honours in the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race before it began on Thursday afternoon.

  • Comanche

    Comanche, the 2017 Rolex Sydney Hobart line honours winner and race record holder, fought back brilliantly from a slow start in this year’s 75th running of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia’s race by taking the lead soon after exiting Sydney Heads.

  • HF radio

    The CYCA is aware of discussion as regards the long standing requirement in the Sailing Instructions for the 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race for yachts to report in by HF (High Frequency) radio at Green Cape.

  • Sydney 38

    Stuart Johnson believes that racing the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race in one design boats like his own Sydney 38, Audacious, highlights a crew’s pure sailing capability over that of the boat.

  • The Ocean Race 2021-22 announces stop in China

    The 2021-22 edition of The Ocean Race will make one stop in Asia, with the city of Shenzhen proudly serving as the host city for the iconic, fully-crewed, offshore race.

  • Portsmouth

    Mark your calendars! The dates have been announced for the second America’s Cup World Series regatta taking place from 4-7 June 2020 in Portsmouth, where the teams will race their AC75 foiling monohulls for the second time and INEOS TEAM UK will be looking to make the most of their home waters advantage.

  • Two Handed Jangada win the RORC Transatlantic Race

    Richard Palmer's British JPK 10.10 Jangada was presented with the RORC Transatlantic Trophy in Grenada at a ceremony and prize giving banquet held at Camper & Nicholsons Victory Bar and Restaurant. Racing Two Handed with Jeremy Waitt, Jangada scored the best corrected time under IRC to win the race overall and completed the 3,000nm race in 17 Days 10 hrs 11 mins 06 secs. Jangada is the first Two Handed team to win the antique sterling silver trophy, as well as the smallest boat to do so.

  • Youth America's Cup

    A reinvigorated Youth America’s Cup regatta is announced today which will be raced in a brand new class of foiling mono-hull, the AC9F, in 2020 and 2021.

  • J/99

    Key Yachting, the UK, Ireland, and Channel Islands distributor for J/Boats, enjoyed a glamorous evening at the Royal Thames Yacht Club on Monday night, for Chelsea Magazines’ British Yachting Awards. Marie-Claude Heys, Hannah Le Prevost, and Gemma Dunn represented Key Yachting and were joined by J/Boats President Jeff Johnstone, and a few British J/Boats owners.

  • Actual Leader

    After more than 30 days at sea, MACIF and Actual Leader now have less than 1,000 miles separating them from the finish of Brest Atlantiques. With MACIF just out in front by 50 miles at 3pm today, the two trimarans will be gybing all the way until they arrive in Brest between Friday night and Saturday. It still remains to be seen in what order…