• Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race: One week to close of entries

  • Carkeek has designs on golden (silver, bronze and pearl) weekend

  • Bavaria Yachts presents new strategy: 100 percent made in Germany

  • International IRC Congress meets in Ireland

  • The IMOCA class: A high-flying edition of the Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe

More sailing news

  • Keroman Technologies yard

    Today, the MACIF trimaran left Keroman Technologies, the yard which created her in 2015, after a seven-month refit designed to further optimise the performance of this reference Ultime multihull.

  • Wendy Tuck

    History has been made in Liverpool today as Australian sailor, Wendy Tuck, became the first ever woman to win a round the world yacht race after leading her Sanya Serenity Coast team to clinch overall victory in the Clipper 2017-18 Race.

  • Eagle Class 53 foiling catamaran

    Fast Forward Composites is about to debut the exciting new foiling high-performance Eagle Class 53 Catamaran in September. This unique and technologically forward design has been kept quiet and under wraps as it has been developed.

  • Volvo Ocean Race

    The 2021-22 edition of the world’s premiere fully-crewed around the world race will feature two classes of boats, the IMOCA 60 and the VO65 class.

  • The Nations Trophy

    The Copa del Rey MAPFRE, organized by the Real Club Náutico de Palma, is one of the most highly anticipated regattas of the season. With 156 boats so far entered, the 37th edition is on course to attract a record fleet. This year, it is also the fourth and decisive event in The Nations Trophy Mediterranean League 2018, the season-long series dedicated to Swan One Designs.

  • Lorina Limonade Tour Voile champion 2018

    Persistence and tactics won out in the end as Lorina Limonade Golfe du Morbihan (Quentin Delapierre, Kevin Peponnet, Bruno Mourniac, Tim Mourniac, Corentin Horeau) lifted the Tour Voile championship trophy for the second time in three years. Controlling their nearest rival Beijaflore (Valentin Bellet, Guillaume Pirouelle, Valentin Sipan, Julien Villion) from the off in today’s Super Final, they put paid to any chance of the contenders swiping victory at the final hurdle and consigned them to the second step on the podium.

  • J/24 European Championship

    The Flensburg Sailing Club in Glucksburg, Germany is hosting the 2018 J/24 European Championship on the famous fjord off the southwestern parts of the Baltic Sea in northern Europe.  

  • Quantum Racing

    Ten years after their first world title together in the class’ formative years in Lanzarote, Quantum Racing today lifted the Rolex TP52 World Championship crown in Cascais, winning a spirited ding-dong battle with rivals Azzurra in the typically muscular Atlantic breezes that the Portuguese hotspot has long since been renowned for.

  • Tour Voil

    After an electrifying day on the water, despite a fickle breeze, the cards have been dealt and those who are in, are in. The 10 places in tomorrow’s Super Final have been assigned following a decidedly entertaining conclusive nautical stadium day in Nice.

  • Offshore Sailing Worlds

    With yet another sunny day here on the Dutch North Sea coast, the final race to conclude The Hague Offshore Sailing Worlds looked like it could be easy. Yet the weak and shifty northwesterly 8-9 knot breeze kept frustrating race managers as they tried to set a square course that would be sufficient quality for a high stakes final race to this world championship: podium positions were on the line in all classes.