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470 and RS:X head to Portugal for first Championships of 2021

The Europe 2021 sailing season opens this week with top level events for the 470 and RS:X classes at Vilamoura, Portugal as Covid-19 continues to cause uncertainty for the Olympic classes

Portugal Grand Prix – Final Day of Round 2

Final day of racing for the 470 and RS:X classes at the Portugal Grand Prix in Vilamoura, Portugal

Portugal Grand Prix – Day 2 of Round 2

Second day of racing for the Olympic classes at the 3rd Portugal Grand Prix – Round 2 in Vilamoura, Portugal.

America’s Cup – Never forget, never forgive

Never complain, never explain. ‘ Immortalised by Benjamin Disraeli, Team New Zealand boss Grant Dalton has added a twist to that pithy maxim . . . never forget, never forgive

Portugal Grand Prix – First day of Round 2

Great sailing conditions for the first day of racing for the Olympic classes at the 3rd Portugal Grand Prix – Round 2 in Vilamoura, Portugal

America’s Cup teams locked-in and ready to race

Monday 1 March at 16:03 local time was the deadline for both America’s Cup teams to define and finalise the configuration of their boats for the Match.

America’s Cup – Auckland put in Covid Lockdown again

Due to the new COVID 19 level 3 lockdown announced by the New Zealand Government on Saturday, America’s Cup Event Ltd is reviewing the effect on the forthcoming America’s Cup event

RYA explains Government Roadmap route back to Sailing

The RYA has updated its FAQs on what they believe the latest Government Roadmap means for recreational boating in England

Softly, softly roadmap out of coronavirus lockdown

The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed the Government’s roadmap out of the current coronavirus lockdown in England

470 and RS:X Championships on track for March

Vilamoura Sailing Centre in Portugal is continuing to provide a sailing base for many potential Olympic competitors during the Covid-19 pandemic

Ineos Team UK to Keep Calm and Carry On?

Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli will be the Challenger for the 36th America’s Cup, where they will face Emirates TEam New Zealand in a best of 13 match-race series

Dream is over for Ineos as Luna Rossa win the Prada Cup Final

Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli will challenge Emirates Team New Zealand for the 36th America’s Cup after completeing a 7 – 1 victory over Ineos Team UK to win the Prada Cup Final