Yannick Bestaven is leading the Vendee fleet through a transition zone of lighter winds this Friday morning just to the south of Macquarie island as the Pacific lives up to its name
Emirates Taem New Zealand have issued a strong denial of there being a problem with the foil cant system (FCS) used by all the AC36 teams racing in the America’s Cup events
INEOS Team UK issued a statement on the equipment problems they faced on the first day of racing in Auckland for the America’s Cup World Series
Thomas Ruyant is back on course in the Vendee Globeafter a scare which required him to stop LinkedOut last night.
Racing in 25 knots of wind at 53 degrees south Thomas Ruyant and Yannick Bestaven, the top two Vendée Globe skippers are less than ten miles apart.
The official opening of America’s Cup Race Village commenced with a small Dawn Ceremony to bless the Auckland harbour-side village on Tuesday
Thomas Ruyant on LinkedOut is the new leader of the Vendee Globe this morning after Charlie Dalin on APIVIA suffered damage to his port foil system
Vendee Globe race leader Charlie Dalin, skipper of Apivia, has passed Cape Leeuwin, the second Great Cape of the Vendée Globe at 11:25 UTC . . . See video here
After 16 days at sea, damage to a rudder of Sodebo Ultim 3 has forced Thomas Coville and his crew to abandon their attempt on the Jules Verne Trophy record
Sodebo Ultim 3 is now 50 miles behind Idec Sport’s Trophée Jules Verne record time, heading due east towards Cape Leeuwin
Charlie Dalin on Apivia has seen his lead cut to less than 100 nm despite getting back to 15+ knots during the day