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Nations look to protect Shackleton ship from damage

BBC News reported that a 500m perimeter is being implemented to aid the protection of Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance

Riva The Persuaders! David Beckham races cars and yachts

Beckham stars with Italian actor Pierfrancesco Favino, with F1 driver Charles Leclerc also appearing in the tribute to the 1970s action-comedy TV series

Sailing Club helps find homes for 10 Ukrainian families

Members of Hayling Island SC have helped 10 Ukrainian refugee families come to the UK

World Sailing Video Show is Back

World Sailing re-launch the World Sailing video Show . . . Check out the first episode of the not-stop action style video here

RORC Rating Office launch new website

The RORC Rating Office has launched a new technical focussed website to show its extensive technical role within the sport of yacht racing and safety

ETNZ Chase Zero hits range and speed milestones

Emirates Team New Zealand have been continuing the commissioning and testing of their hydrogen powered foiling chase boat ‘Chase Zero’ on Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf.

Search continues for missing RIB driver in Poole Harbour

HM Coastguard, the RNLI and Dorset Police are continuing the search for David Haw.

Dinghy sailor dies at Finn UK Masters Championship

Dinghy helmsman dies in sailing accident at Finn UK Masters Championship

Tragic accident at ILCA master regatta

Massimo Patelli, a 51-year-old sailor from Romagna, Italy, unfortunately lost his life due to an accident during the ILCA 6 Master class regatta on Saturday 30 April

World Sailing – Ukraine Crisis, Support our Sailors

World Sailing is showing its support by creating a centralised funding page to provide much needed financial aid to Ukrainian sailors. All funds pledged will go to the Sailing Federation of Ukraine who will distribute it to the athletes.

World Sailing follow-up statement on Ukraine

World Sailing follow-up statement concerning the situation in Ukraine

Olympic 49erFX sailor dies in training accident

Tunisian Olympic sailor Eya Guezguez has died aged 17 after a training accident in waters off the capital Tunis on Sunday