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Highlights from Sydney Foiling Week

Highlights from the Sydney Foiling Week, 13 to 16 December 2018, including SUPs, windsurfing and obviously boats

Flying 15 – The Chippendale Years

The Flying Fifteen class has come a long way since Uffa Fox designed and built the first hulls at his Cowes based boatyard back in 1947

Rolex Sydney Hobart – Wild Oats XI beats the Protest

The International Jury at Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania has found that the protest against Wild Oats XI was invalid and so she retains her line honours crown

First F50 Sail for Great Britain SailGP Team

The Great Britain SailGP Team reacts after spending two weeks training on the supercharged F50 in New Zealand, and we got an update on their latest planning and activities

Dragons Gather for Australasian and World Championships

The Australasian Dragon Championship for the Prince Philip Cup will also preview the teams taking part in the Dragon World Championship on the same waters

Sydney Hobart Race Prepares for Start

The skippers of the five 100ft super maxis came together to give their thoughts on how this years Sydney Hobart race will play out and what edge they have going in to the start.

Could you host the Youth Sailing Worlds?

World Sailing is inviting Member National Authorities and Host Cities to bid for the 2021 and 2022 editions of the Youth Sailing World Championships

First the Moth, then the Waszp and now the Mothquito

First the Moth, then the Waszp, and now there is the Mothquito, a high performance flying catamaran one-design with an innovative design and full carbon construction

WASZP Gets Foil Upgrade

Following the decision at the recent WASZP European Championships the class has announced to adoption of a new, larger foil

Spithill Out of Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

America’s Cup winning skipper Jimmy Spithill will not be participating in the 2018 edition of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race