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RORC Transatlantic Race – Wednesday – Day 12

SiSi the Austrian Ocean Race Project’s VO65 of Gerwin Jansen finished the RORC Transatlantic Race Wednesday at 15:53hrs an elapsed time of 11d 4h 43m.

RORC Transatlantic Race – Day 11 – Comanche looking safe in the clubhouse

With RORC Transatlantic Race Line honours decided, the race takes a breather with just the Volvo 70 I Love Poland due to finish today.

Sail Melbourne 2022 – It’s a Wrap

Sail Melbourne 2022 was very much a local event . . . The days of long distance travel to these Olympic class regattas were already on the wane before the Covid-19 Pandemic.

RORC Transatlantic Race – Comanche sets new race record

Comanche the 100ft VPLP Design/Verdier Maxi, skippered by Mitch Booth, has taken Monohull Line Honours in the 2022 RORC Transatlantic Race.

Sail Melbourne – Para Sailing National Championships conclude on Day 4

The Australia Para Sailing National Championships concluded on another stunning Melbourne day at Sail Melbourne on Sunday

Kiel Week 2022 aims to provide that “old” sailing event feeling

We are just at the start of the 2022 season but already the major regattas are rolling out their optimistic event programmes . . . And that includes Kiel Week

RORC Transatlantic Race – Maserati first to finish

The Giovanni Soldini skippered Multi70, Maserati, crossed the finish in Granada at 05:51UTC on 15 Jan to take Multihull Line Honours.

Sail Melbourne – Day 2 adds Kiteboarding and Wind Foil to the mix

Plenty of heat on and off the water on Day 2 of Sail Melbourne 2022, as kiteboards and wing foils took to Port Phillip for their first day of racing in 32-degree temperatures

RORC Transatlantic Race – Argo is new leader on day 7

Jason Carroll’s MOD70 Argo (USA) hits the front of the RORC Transatlantic Race as the end game begins.

RORC Transatlantic Race – Black Pearl dismasted on day 6

The Botin 56 Black Pearl has contacted the RORC Race Team to retire from the race due to a broken mast – all OK on board

Sail Melbourne – Opening day for Olympic and invited class regatta

Australia’s pinnacle Olympic and invited class regatta, Sail Melbourne opened on Port Phillip with a 32-degree day, and 20 knots of shifty easterly breeze to keep the sailors happy

America’s Cup – Somewhere to hang their hat

While Cork, Ireland, has been making all the running with their pitch to host the 37th America’s Cup, Malaga in Spain has apparently also been testing the waters