Niklas Zennström’s FAST40+ Rán nearly lost it when she posted a third in Sunday’s first race, the only blemish on her otherwise perfect scoreline.
The Solent was star of the show on day one of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s annual IRC National Championship
UK-based Artemis Technologies, headed by Olympic champion and America’s Cup skipper Iain Percy, has launched its 100% electric, high-speed foiling workboat prototype on Belfast Lough.
With 17 – 25 knots of breeze forecast for the Saturday of the Jubilee Weekend a somewhat diminished but determined fleet of 15 Swallows went afloat to race for their In-Harbour Championships at Itchenor Sailing Club
The Royal Southern YC Champagne Charlie Platinum Jubilee Regatta attracted well over 250 sailors from far and wide to enjoy two days of racing in the Solent
The overall winner racing under IRC for the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Myth of Malham Race was the British HH42, raced by the RORC Commodore James Neville.
Four days of intense racing in the spectacular setting of southeast Sardinia came to a conclusion on Saturday with the final places decided at the Swan Sardinia Challenge
Slovenia and Lithuania finished first and second overall in the second round of the SSL Gold Cup Qualifying Series on lake Neuchatel, Switzerland.
Sailing has finally its own World Cup! Like football in 1930 and rugby in 1987, the SSL Gold Cup is designed to crown the best sailing nation of all!
Overall winner for the North Sea Race under IRC was the Dutch JPK 1180 Il Corvo owned by Astrid de Vin and skippered by Roeland Franssens.
American owner-driver Doug DeVos steered Quantum Racing to overall victory at the ABANCA 52 SUPER SERIES Baiona Sailing Week.