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  • Black Jack

    Black Jack, the light weather flyer of the four 100 foot super maxis racing for line honours in the 2017 Rolex Sydney Hobart took full advantage of the light, easterly conditions on Sydney Harbour this afternoon to lead her contemporaries out of the Heads.


    The Spanish Volvo Ocean Race team MAPFRE has won Leg 3 from Cape Town, South Africa to Melbourne, Australia, a 6,500 nautical mile dive into the fierce challenges posed by the Southern Ocean.

  • This yacht won overall as Quest in 2008 and as Balance in 2015

    It is just three days to the start of the 2017 Rolex Sydney Hobart, so of course it is time for the bar-room pundits to start speculating about who will take out Australian yachting’s most prized trophy, the Tattersall Cup for the overall winner on handicap - everyone has a theory - everyone has a favourite.

  • GUNBOAT 68

    Entering what promises to be a landmark year with the launch of the first Gunboat 68 next fall, and with construction in full swing in La Grande Motte, France, we are kicking off a series of articles on different aspects of design and construction. We'll cover topics such as Interior Design, Systems, Foil Construction, Rig and Sails, Deck Layout and more - with insights from the naval architects, designers, industry experts and boat builders involved in the creation of the Gunboat 68.

  • Volvo Ocean Race MAPFRE

    MAPFRE extended their lead over rivals Dongfeng Race Team on Thursday as Leg 3 of the Volvo Ocean Race entered its closing stages. It's been a physical battle and a mental challenge as the Volvo Ocean Race crews fight off exhaustion on a final push to the south...

  • RORC Caribbean 600

    The 2018 RORC Caribbean 600 will start on Monday 19th February and teams from all over the world will be competing, lured by the thrilling conditions to race 600 miles around 11 Caribbean islands. Two months prior to the start, 53 entries have already been received and the race starting from Antigua is on course to eclipse the record entry of 80 boats last year.

  • Mapfre Volvo Ocean Race

    It's nip and tuck at the front as MAPFRE eke out a narrow advantage over Dongfeng, while those at the back of the fleet are trying to avoid being swallowed up by a high pressure system.

  • M32 sailing

    M32 World is setting up base in Valencia to deliver seven events across M32 Academy programs, M32 Series fleet racing and World Match Racing Tour qualifiers as Marina Valencia becomes the home of the high-performance M32 catamarans in Europe this winter.

  • Volvo Ocean Race

    Less then 2,000 miles now stand between the Volvo Ocean Race pace setters and the Leg 3 finish line in Melbourne – and with just eight miles splitting the first two teams on Tuesday it couldn't be tighter at the top.

  • Team AkzoNobel

    The Volvo Ocean Race teams were feeling the full strength of the Southern Ocean on Thursday as they were pummelled by winds gusting as high as 50 knots and surfing down mountainous waves.