• Copa del Rey brings to a close The Nations Trophy Mediterranean league 2018 for Swan One Designs

  • [VIDEO] ORC Produces New Measurement Video Series

  • J/99 Short-handed Offshore Speedster update

  • The trimaran MACIF exits the Keroman Technologies yard

  • Eagle Class 53 foiling catamaran

More sailing news

  • Rolex Capri Sailing Week

    Day one of the Rolex Capri Sailing Week was a  maxi-only affair on the Bay of Naples, with the weather mark positioned close to the tip of the Sorrento Peninsula. Racing took place in near ideal conditions with the breeze predominantly from the southeast and exceeding the forecast with gusts of 15 knots.

  • Nightshift Judel/Vrolijk 36

    It is only 63 days left until the start of The Hague Offshore Sailing World Championship, and the approved entries in Class C are now confirmed for this first-ever regatta using both IRC and ORC scoring to crown three new World Champions of offshore sailing. These Class C entries include 56 boats that are among teams from 18 nations that are now eligible to compete in inshore and offshore races on the North Sea held over 12-20 July from the event's harbor base in Scheveningen, Netherlands.


    The Spanish team MAPFRE stunned the Volvo Ocean Race fleet on Tuesday morning by stealing a win in Leg 8, with a shocking come-from-behind victory into Newport, Rhode Island.

  • Swan One Design

    Sail Racing PalmaVela, organised by the Real Club Nautico de Palma, is the first, big multi-class regatta of the Mediterranean season and, as such, is a highly competitive affair carrying great kudos. Some 134 entries and over 1,500 crew from 26 nations contested the 2018 event. For the Swan One Design contingent of 17 yachts, the 15th edition of this spring tradition formed the second event in The Nations Trophy Mediterranean League 2018.

  • Team Brunel

    The final 36 hours of Leg 8 will be decisive with the teams set to choose their final approach line into the finish in Newport, Rhode Island...

  • Medemblik Regatta

    In 20 days the 34th Medemblik Regatta will start with, so far, almost 300 sailors representing 43 nations. A third of those sailors are part of the RS:X fleets (Men, Woman and U19). Largest fleet will be the RS:X men with 63 sailors registered, and still counting. Olympic, World and European champions are travelling to the Netherlands to race in Medemblik from the 22nd to the 26th of May.

  • eSailing World Championship

    The official launch of the eSailing World Championship is just around the corner! On Thursday 10 May, World Sailing will launch the Championship in London, Great Britain. The final will be held during the Annual Conference in Sarasota, Florida, USA, this October. More information on how to get involved will be released during the launch.  

  • Melges 40

    Beginning on Thursday May 3, the spring appointment of the 2018 Melges 40 Grand Prix kicks off at PalmaVela, hosted by Real Club Nautico de Palma. It marks the start of a long season of regattas for Melges' largest and best one-design racing sailboat.

  • Superyacht Cup Palma

    Part of the last-minute rush to take part in Europe’s longest running and largest superyacht regatta are Missy, a 33-metre lightweight carbon fibre world cruising yacht, Q, the 52-metre long-distance cruising ketch, and the 46-metre sloop Scorpione of London. 

  • Rán Fast40

    All eyes will be on the newly-launched radical Rán VII as the Fast40+ class counts down to the start of the 2018 season in the Solent this weekend (Friday, April 27- Sunday, April 29). The renowned Rán Racing team will also be making their debut in this high-performance planing monohull class and will be putting the latest Carkeek creation through its paces as they get up to speed.