Team INEOS Britannia rolled out their LEQ12 T6 Monday, following repaires to the rudder breakage at the beginning of October
Eleven McIntyre Ocean Globe Race yachts started Leg 2 from Cape Town for Auckland in perfect south westerly 10 knot winds on Sunday.
Francis Le Goff, the Race Director and Gildas Gautier, co-director ran through the various scenarios for the start for the boats currently on hold in Le Havre and Lorient.
Strong, gusty winds and choppy seas made for a spectacular start to the 16th edition of the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre for three of the four race fleets.
Three classes will start the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre today, Sunday. The IMOCAs fleet will remain in Le Havre
The 2023 ransat Jacques Vabre race will be another of rough one, if we are to believe the weather charts drawn up by Christian Dumard at the Saturday morning briefing
Leopard 3 claims Monohull Line Honours in an elapsed time of 2 days, 12 hours 50 minutes 56 seconds.
Leading by one point going into the race life was made easy for owner Igor Lah, tactician Adrian Stead and the crew of Team Ceeref powered by Hrastnik 1860 . . .
The 44th Rolex Middle Sea Race fleet was sent on its way Saturday. The start of a 606 nautical mile race with 110 yachts representing 26 nations crossed the start line
The Yachting Malta Coastal Race took place in superb conditions Thursday 19 October., won by Giovanni Di Vincenzo’s Ker 46 Lisa R from Italy competing in IRC 3.
Too close to call in nail-biting finish to leg one of the McIntyre Ocean Globe Race. The Finnish yacht Spirit of Helsinki skippered by Jussi Paavoseppä grabbed the number one spot for the first time