Phil Sharp to start in La Solitaire du Figaro warm-up race

This week OceansLab skipper Phil Sharp will join a fleet of 32 skippers in the 44th edition of the Solo Guy Cotton

Alex Thomson – It will go down to ‘are we fast in the right areas?’

Since returning to the water, Alex Thomson and the crew have completed a further 4,000 offshore training miles on HUGO BOSS, now she gets a final strip-down check

Tokoloshe II and PowerPlay triumph in Race the Wight

Mike Bartholomew’s Tokoloshe II was the double winner . . . for Monohull Line Honours and the Race the Wight overall after IRC Time Correction

RORC Racing’s Race The Wight results

RORC Racing’s Race The Wight leading results as available – 1 August 2020

Lonely Rock Race competitors ready for the challenge

The Royal Western Yacht Club’s Lonely Rock Race is due to start on Sunday 16 August 2020

Torbay Royal and Dinghy Regattas to go ahead

Another major UK traditional sailing event is going ahead following the easing of coronavirus restrictions – the Torbay Royal Regatta

Spirit Yachts unveils its Spirit 111 wooden superyacht

Take a closer look at the highly anticipated Spirit 111 . . . At 34m long, she is the largest, wooden, single-masted sailing yacht to be built in the UK since Shamrock V in the 1930s

Rise in Covoid-19 Cases cancels 2020 Round Ireland Race

The sharp rise in global Covid-19 cases has forced Wicklow SC to cancel this year’s SSE Renewables Round Ireland Race, due to start on Saturday 22 August

RORC – Race the Wight entry closing Friday 24 July

The Royal Ocean Racing Club is expecting in excess of 100 entries for Race the Wight, scheduled to start on Saturday 1 August

Edmond de Rothschild first home in Drheam Cup

Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier on the Ultime Edmond de Rothschild were first home of the the 94 competing solo sailors, duos and teams in the La Drheam Cup