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  • IRC European Championship

    With nearly 40 entries (from Germany, England, Italy, Spain, Luxembourg, Turkey and France) and more than twice as many expected in the next two months, the Marseille 2017 IRC European Championship promises to be a great event.

  • Bella Mente going head-to-head with teams in the Maxi 72 Class at Palma Vela in Mallorca

    It was a showdown for the ages this year at Palma Vela in Mallorca, with competitors in the Maxi 72 Class fighting tooth-and-nail to the very end.  After completing a full complement of six races over five days, Hap Fauth’s Bella Mente, along with Dieter Schon’s Momo and Dario Ferrari’s new Cannonball shared the same nine-point score as well as the same number of first-, second- and third-place finishes.

  • ARC Europe and ARC USA

    On Saturday 6 May, crews of two World Cruising Club rallies waved goodbye to the Caribbean shores of Tortola as they set off for their offshore adventures as part of the 2017 editions of ARC Europe and ARC USA.

  • 470 European championship Monaco

    The week ahead in Monaco sees the sailing focus on the 2017 470 European Championship hosted at Yacht Club de Monaco.

  • OK Dinghy class rules

    Following two years exhaustive work the OK Dinghy class is pleased to announce a new version of its Class Rules has finally been published, converting the original, and somewhat dated, wordings into an ERS (Equipment Rules of Sailing) compliant SCR (Standard Class Rules) format.

  • Sergio Sagramoso's Puerto Rican Melges 32, Lazy Dog lift the Lord Nelson Trophy at 2017 Antigua Sailing Week

    The Grand Awards Ceremony for Antigua Sailing Week was held in Nelson's Dockyard and the UNESCO World Heritage Site was a fitting venue for the 50th edition of this historic occasion. Thousands of sailors attended the ceremony and whilst all of the respective class winners had been posted, there were special awards that were still to be announced, including the biggest prize in Caribbean sailing, the Lord Nelson Trophy.

  • Sailing Champions League

    The revolutionary sailing league concept first pioneered by Oliver Schwall and the Deutsche Segel-Bundesliga continues to gain momentum and roll across the European continent like a never-ending tsunami.

  • Sail Racing Reference collection

    The swedish brand Sail Racing, a premium clothing brand with a focus on advanced racing gear for sailing athletes, now launches the new technical collection Reference.

  • Jason Smithwick

    The Lymington (UK) based Rating Office, headquarters of the world's most popular rating system IRC, is to be managed by Dr Jason Smithwick.

  • Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Award

    The eighth edition of the leading sailing picture award will once again reassemble the world’s most talented yacht racing photographers.