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

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  • 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

  • IRC Europeans

    One of the key racing events in Europe is just a few days away. Organised by Yacht Club Sanremo in co-operation with Italy’s UVAI (Unione Vela d’Altura Italiana) and France’s UNCL (Union Nationale Course au Large) the IRC Europeans are in fact scheduled for next week, from 23 through 29 June.

  • Superyacht Cup Palma

    Competition begins this Thursday with the opening Pantaenius Race, which will see an impressive selection of 13 of the world’s most breathtaking superyachts make the most of the idyllic and reliable sailing conditions on the waters of Palma Bay.

  • M32 European Series

    Flat water and good breeze is a recipe for high octane catamaran sailing that the Dutch know well thanks to their famous dammed off inland sea, the Ijsselmeer. It is here that the M32 European Series visits later this week (21-23 June) for its second stage, following Pisa last month.  

  • Protis - Ian Southworth

    Ian Southworth’s Protis won the 15th edition of the revived Quarter Ton Cup, after dominating the regatta from start to finish.

  • ClubSwan 36

    The ClubSwan 36 sea trials took place last weekend in Marina di Scarlino (Italy).

  • WallyCento Magic Carpet3
  • Marit Bouwmeester

    It didn't came as a shock to many when notice #8 was posted this morning. Due to the heavy winds the race committee decided to call off the racing for today and keep everyone safe. 

  • X-Yachts Gold Cup 2019

    This morning the X-Yachts sailors woke up to sunshine and light breeze – but with a weather change in sight. The sailors made their last preparations on their boats; rigging the sails, plotting the GPS and chatting about the tactics before heading out to the race course outside Haderslev Fjord.

  • ORC Class C World Champions Sugar 3

    For two classes on this final day of the 2019 D-Marin ORC World Championship, the fate of the podium positions would be in the hands of the wind gods: would there be enough wind for only one race? Of for two races? Or maybe none at all? Two races would trigger an inshore race discard for Classes A ad C, while Class B needed only one race for this feature that would alter the outcome of the final scores.

  • Grand Soleil 42 LC

    The Grand Soleil 42 LC is Cantiere del Pardo’s new entry model of the Blue Water line, dedicated to long-range cruising. Comfort, generous spaces and sailing autonomy are the main features of this new 12-meter, designed by Marco Lostuzzi together with Nauta Design and Cantiere del Pardo’s Technical Office.