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
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
In a sad reflection of the necessary precautions and organisation needed to run an Open Sailing Event in the on-going Covid-19 pandemic . . .
Alex Thomson, sailing with Ken Howery on Tosca, a Gunboat 68 multihull has retired from the RORC Transatlantic Race.
World Sailing have published the Olympic classes World Rankings for 2022 updated as at 11 January. These rankings reflect the classes to be used in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Entries have opened for the RYA and BUSA Women’s Team Racing Championships which will take place at Budworth SC over the weekend of 19/20 February 2022
Not-for-profit Clean Sailors are looking to crowdfund their Youth Racing Team. The Team are looking to raise €40,000 for race entry fees, accommodation and boat rental
On the fourth day of the RORC Transatlantic Race, Peter Cunningham’s MOD70 PowerPlay has a 66nm lead with 2140nm to the finish.
Sara Sutcliffe MBE has joined the Royal Yachting Association as the organisation’s new Chief Executive
By sunset on the second day of the RORC Transatlantic Race, two of the boats racing in the RORC Transatlantic Race have reported that they are heading for shore.
Australia is the home of the skiff and extreme dinghy sailing, revelling in the over canvessed 18ft Skiffs on Sydney Harbour, but Just about any size dinghy is upgraded with more canvas and additional crew numbers on reaching down under
The 3,000nm RORC Transatlantic to Grenada started on time in glorious conditions from Lanzarote.