• Copa del Rey brings to a close The Nations Trophy Mediterranean league 2018 for Swan One Designs

  • [VIDEO] ORC Produces New Measurement Video Series

  • J/99 Short-handed Offshore Speedster update

  • The trimaran MACIF exits the Keroman Technologies yard

  • Eagle Class 53 foiling catamaran

More sailing news

  • Women’s 49erFX, Odile van Aanholt and Marieke Jongens

    Sunshine one moment, rain the next, no wind, too much wind. It was a wild whacky day at Kieler Woche which suited some more than others...

  • Grant Dalton wins Magnus Olsson Prize

    The Mange Olsson Foundation has today announced Grant Dalton (NZL) as the winner of its prestigious award.  The Magnus Olsson Prize is given annually to an individual who has made an indelible contribution to the world of sailing and previous recipients include Torben Grael (BRA), Ben Ainslie (GBR), Stan Honey (USA) and Santiago Lange (ARG).

  • X4⁶ X-Yachts

    On the 17th August, the brand new X4⁶ will be launched for the very first time in Haderslev. And will be prepared for her World Premiere in Scandinavia.
    Immediately after the launch, she will be sailed to Marstrand Boat Show in Sweden (24 - 26 August) after which she will go to Ishøj Boat Show (31 August - 2 September). And the list continues.

  • Flyacht

    The 2021 edition of the America’s Cup will see the radical AC75 Fly Monohull racing for the first time. The new rules were announced at the end of March, and Emirates Team New Zealand has already unveiled its design in a class that promises to be even faster and more spectacular than the AC50 catamarans.

  • Kieler Woche

    It was a champagne sailing day in Kiel, and the Royal Danish Yacht Club runs away with the first ever Women’s Sailing Champions League. The Royal Danish Yacht Club (KDY) won 14 of their 20 heats in the J/70s to win the regatta ahead of fellow Danes, Hellerup Sejlklub.

  • Vestas 11th Hour Racing

    Charlie Enright’s Vestas 11th Hour Racing showed great patience and sailed a clean race for a victory in the Gothenburg In-Port Race on Sunday.

  • ClubSwan 50 Skorpios

    The Russian ClubSwan 50, Skorpios, skippered by Andrey Konogorov was yesterday evening declared the overall winner of the ORC Division in the offshore race at the 66th edition of the Rolex Giraglia. Skorpios completed the 241nm course from Saint-Tropez to Genoa, via the Giraglia Rock, in an elapsed time of 33 hours 17 minutes 50 seconds. Her time corrected out to beat the second-placed yacht by four hours. The ClubSwan 42, Daring Sisters, raced by Tomas Dolezal and representing the Czech Republic, finished third overall.

  • Didier le Moal's French J/112e J Lance 12

    The immaculately sailed J Lance 12 has been crowned IRC European champion for 2018. The French J/112e skippered by Didier le Moal seemed never to put a foot wrong in the latter stages of this week-long regatta run from Cowes by the Royal Ocean Racing Club.

  • Women’s Sailing Champions League

    The weather may have wreaked havoc with the racing schedule for day one of the world’s biggest sailing regatta, but the Danish crews in the first ever Women’s Sailing Champions League regatta found a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow...

  • Gothenburg In-Port Race

    Sunday's Gothenburg In-Port Race provides up close racing in the second home of the Volvo Ocean Race...