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More sailing news

  • George David's Rambler 88

    One of the biggest ‘door closing on those behind’ moments in offshore sailing occurred on Thursday night and through the next 24 hours for competitors racing in the special 10th anniversary edition of the 151 Miglia-Trofeo Cetilar, between Livorno and Punta Ala, Italy.

  • Le Figaro

    The main event for the Figaro, La Solitaire-Urgo Le Figaro will set off on Sunday June 2nd from Nantes, France, with the first leg to Kinsale in Ireland, before returning to Roscoff and Dieppe over the next three legs.

  • North Sea Race

    The next step in the RORC Offshore Season Points Series leading up to the 2019 Fastnet Race is the North Sea Race. The event has attracted 79 boats for the 1100 BST start on Friday 31 May.

  • Royal Malta Yacht Club

    The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has advised that today they received a notice from the Royal Malta Yacht Club officially withdrawing the Malta Altus Challenge from the 36th America’s Cup.

  • Vuurschepen Race

    It was a rainy, grey cold morning in the Netherlands on May 28, 2019. As it continued to rain throughout the morning many people questioned if the sun would make an appearance as promised in the afternoon. To many surprises the sun did come out, the skies were clear and the wind did blow. We could not have asked for a better evening to send off the sailors on the Vuurschepen Race from Scheveningen (NL) to Harwich (UK).

  • Azzurra

    Menorca has been good to Azzurra when the 52 SUPER SERIES has visited in the past. In 2016 they turned a corner at the Menorca event to convert a bad season to a clear win at the last event in Cascais. And in 2017 the Italian-Argentine team clinched the season-long series title, partying long into the night in Mahón.

  • Francois Gabart in The Transat

    The first and oldest single-handed transatlantic race, The Transat, will carve out a new path in 2020, with the announcement that the city of Brest in northern Brittany will host the start of the four-yearly classic.

  • Lucia 40 catamaran

    With the intention of creating greater onboard convenience and a more natural sailing environment, Fountaine-Pajot will assist in the installation, trials and demonstration of Volvo Penta’s pioneering electromobility technology.

  • 2019 52 SUPER SERIES

    After a long winter spent preparing for the 2019 52 SUPER SERIES season, the opening event in Mahón, Menorca will provide the first indication as to this season’s pecking order.

  • Cape Racing Yachts

    The first day of the Normandy Channel Race has seen the Class 40 fleet first reaching in front of the Normandy beaches and then slowly beating against headwinds across the Channel, arriving in the Solent this morning.