• World Campions and The Nations Trophy decided

  • Second Dehler 30 one design launched

  • VIDEO: Cable-free sails - the new black?

  • Wally Class announced a new cruising division at the Voiles de St Tropez

  • INEOS TEAM UK reveal the 4th AC75 America's Cup boat

More sailing news

  • 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.

  • IRC Nationals

    The Royal Ocean Racing Club's 2019 IRC National Championship has been won out of the blue by a first timer not from the Solent. The 22 boat IRC Two fleet was led from the outset by Stuart Sawyer's J/122 Black Dog, rounding off the series today with a final bullet to win ultimately by 15 points from the Blair family's King 40 Cobra.

  • X4⁰

    On the 20th of June, X-Yachts launched the smallest member of the Pure X Range, the X40. Back in January the 21st, the new model was presented for the first time to journalists and potential clients at the largest boat show in the world, the Boot in Düsseldorf.

  • IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran

    The IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran arrived back in her home port of La Trinité-sur-Mer yesterday morning after a quick journey to the Mediterranean and back. Francis Joyon has been carrying out public relations work in Cagliari (Sardinia), showing off his maxi-trimaran, which won the Route du Rhum and the Jules Verne Trophy.

  • Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team

    The Mirpuri Foundation has announced that it will soon be ‘Racing For The Planet’, as it confirms both its environmental message and the name of its new VO65 racing yacht for the next edition of The Ocean Race, beginning in 2021.

  • RORC IRC Nationals Baraka GP

    Despite a dismal light wind and strong tide forecast that had most crews preparing for an afternoon ashore, a light breeze built early in the afternoon, miraculously allowing the Royal Ocean Racing Club's two race committees to lay on a full three race opening day of the IRC National Championship.