• Swan American Regatta postponed to 2021

  • ORC Race Management Guide now available for download

  • Refits come to an end: the IMOCA fleet gradually moving again and skippers rediscovering their boats

  • Engaging speakers, leaders, and experts will share solutions and winning strategies at The Ocean Race Summits #2

  • World Sailing cancels the 2020 Offshore World Championship due to COVID-19

More sailing news

  • 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
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    Entry for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race has closed and organisers at the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA) are thrilled to announce 170 yachts from Australia and overseas will take part in their 75th race, making it the largest fleet since the 50th in 1994, and the fourth-largest in the history of the race.

  • Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image 2019
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    The best yacht racing photos taken this year are now available online. The public is invited to vote for their favourite image. The winning images, as well as the best yacht racing photographers, will be celebrated at the Yacht Racing Forum in Bilbao, Spain, on November 26.

  • ORC/IRC World Championship
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    The conventional wisdom says the sailing season in the Northeastern United States ends with the Labor Day holiday, celebrated the first Monday in September. But the locals will tell you that September and October are the best months of the year in Rhode Island and ideal for top-level sailing.

  • 2019 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
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    A total of 157 entries have been received one week out from close of entries for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race - and, in addition to a smattering of international entrants, nearly half the field is made up of yachts representing Australian states outside of New South Wales.

  • Itajaí
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    The Ocean Race 2021-22 will stop in Itajaí, Brazil, marking the fourth consecutive time the city on the Santa Catarina coastline will host the iconic event.

  • The Nations Trophy
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    The final day of The Nations Trophy 2019 brought more drama as a building breeze compressed the action into a solitary race for all classes. While the individual race winners will have enjoyed their moment in the sun, it was the overall class winners and recipients of The Nations Trophy itself that celebrated the loudest.

  • Dehler 30 one design
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    Shortly after the world premier of the Dehler 30 one design in Cannes, hull number two has been launched in Greifswald. Now it is possible to experience the racing gens of the new racer-cruiser in the best possible way: two Dehler 30 od competing against each other!

  • Cable-free sails
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    Cable-free sails are evolving ! The next generation of a cable-free code zero is now available at Elvstrøm Sails. A Code Zero in a trioptimal design, produced from a laminate with a high density fiber luff.

  • Wally
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    The Wally Class marks its shared 20th anniversary with the Voiles de St Tropez with the announcement of a new cruising class to run alongside its current competitive racing class from next year.
     

  • The Nations Trophy
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    The second edition of The Nations Trophy kicked off today; all four classes ticking off one race from the scheduled nine. Racing started three hours late and, while it was long, it was a worthwhile wait. When the fickle breeze in the Bay of Palma stabilized sufficiently, the Real Club Nautico de Palma race team, led by Ariane Mainemare, was swift in laying the course and getting the 41-boat fleet away.