• 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

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  • Marit Bouwmeester

    It didn't came as a shock to many when notice #8 was posted this morning. Due to the heavy winds the race committee decided to call off the racing for today and keep everyone safe. 

  • X-Yachts Gold Cup 2019

    This morning the X-Yachts sailors woke up to sunshine and light breeze – but with a weather change in sight. The sailors made their last preparations on their boats; rigging the sails, plotting the GPS and chatting about the tactics before heading out to the race course outside Haderslev Fjord.

  • ORC Class C World Champions Sugar 3

    For two classes on this final day of the 2019 D-Marin ORC World Championship, the fate of the podium positions would be in the hands of the wind gods: would there be enough wind for only one race? Of for two races? Or maybe none at all? Two races would trigger an inshore race discard for Classes A ad C, while Class B needed only one race for this feature that would alter the outcome of the final scores.

  • Grand Soleil 42 LC

    The Grand Soleil 42 LC is Cantiere del Pardo’s new entry model of the Blue Water line, dedicated to long-range cruising. Comfort, generous spaces and sailing autonomy are the main features of this new 12-meter, designed by Marco Lostuzzi together with Nauta Design and Cantiere del Pardo’s Technical Office.

  • North Sea Regatta

    With only a few days left until the weekend, things are shaping up nicely at the NSR headquarters. With just af few finishing touches left we are ready to race!

  • ORC Worlds

    In postcard-perfect 13-17 knot southerly winds under sunny Croatian skies, the three classes of the 2019 D-Marin ORC World Championship today enjoyed close competition in two races now added to the series scoreboard. And in three races - yesterday's long offshore and today's two inshores - new leaders have emerged in the series. 

  • Swan One Design

    In just under a week’s time, the attention of the Swan One Design racing world turns to Saint-Tropez, and the inshore series of the Rolex Giraglia, which marks round three of The Nations Trophy Mediterranean League 2019. At the halfway point of the four-event series, there is plenty to play for across all three classes. A total of 23 ClubSwan 50s, Swan 45s and ClubSwan 42s are competing in the Swan One Design divisions.

  • Rolex Fastnet Race

    Among the 300-350 boats in this August's record-sized Rolex Fastnet Race fleet, many of the 3,000 crew members are competing to fulfill a personal challenge or to tick the world's largest offshore race off their 'bucket list', but several crews are also using the Royal Ocean Racing Club's premier event to convey a special message, or support a chosen charity.

  • North Sea Race

    The turn out has been great for both the Vuurschepen Race and the North Sea Race, the weather cooperated and we are happy to see many young faces on the starting line.