• Quantum Racing find form in Cascais

  • World Sailing renews World Match Racing Tour status

  • Rolex Fastnet Race: Doublehanders on the rise

  • Charleston confirmed as official finish city of The Transat 2020

  • New Najad agent for Holland & Belgium

More sailing news

  • Watch Officer Volvo Ocean Race
    Ice

    The Volvo Ocean Race is sailing's toughest race to win and the ultimate test of a team in professional sport. The 2017-18 edition, starting in October, will see the teams compete over 46,000 nautical miles in a race around the world like no other.

  • Antigua Sailing Week
    Ice

    The third day of racing at the 50th edition of Antigua Sailing Week was once again blessed with glorious conditions. Squally pewter skies cleared shortly after the first warning gun and the breeze slowly woke up as the skies cleared, touching 17 knots at times.

  • Antigua Sailing Week
    Ice

    The second day of racing at the 50th edition of Antigua Sailing Week was blessed with awesome conditions, easterly trade winds pumping solid breeze over the cliffs and through the bays on the stunning south coast of Antigua.

  • Extreme Sailing Series
    Ice

    Swiss sailing team Alinghi were crowned Kings of Qingdao for a second year running as they swept to glory in the second Act of the Extreme Sailing Series™.

  • Antigua Sailing Week
    Ice

    Winning skippers on the first day of Antigua Sailing Week included Sir Richard Matthews taking part in his 37th Antigua Sailing Week and 18 year old Jules Mitchell who has never skippered at the regatta before.

  • Port Phillip Women's Championship Series
    Ice

    Yesterday marked the final race day of the 2017 Port Phillip Women’s Championship Series (PPWCS) and was hosted by Royal Brighton Yacht Club. This series was completed with the two- day Brighton Ladies Skipper’s Series (BLiSS) Regatta with only the Sunday race counting towards the overall point score for the PPWCS.

  • Class 40 Hydra
    Ice

    Owen Clarke Design’s latest Class 40, Hydra, will be unloading in Southampton from South Africa early next month. She will be based in Hamble for a time undertaking measurement and sail development trials with North Sails, before heading north to her new home in Norway. 

  • Foiling Nacra 17 catamaran
    Ice

    World Sailing has confirmed its support for the existing roll out plan to release the first batch of 45 Foiling Nacra 17’s on June 26.

  • J/111 Worlds
    Ice

    What happens when some of the world’s best keelboat sailors climb aboard high-performance One Design boats on a famously windy racecourse for a world-class regatta?

  • Nicholas Heiner
    Ice

    Nicholas Heiner from the Netherlands has risen to the top of the Finn rankings after the third day at the World Cup Series in Hyeres, France. France’s Fabian Pic also moved up, to second, while Great Britain’s Ben Cornish didn’t have the best day, and dropped to third.