Sailing News

The clock is ticking for World Sailing

As the clock ticks down, World Sailing will attempt to save themselves from complete ridicule and assemble something resembling competitive sailing in the 2024 Olympic Games.

World Sailing Equipment Committee recommendations

The World Sailing Equipment Committee met on Wednesday in Sarasota, USA, to discuss the Equipment and Format proposels for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

L1 wins first eSailing World Championship

France’s L1 won the inaugural World Sailing, eSailing World Championship Final after a tense winner-take-all final race

World Sailing – Strange moves ahead of Olympic decisions

World Sailing Board in last minute, possibly panic driven moves before Olympic Classes Sub-committee meeting on Monday 29 October

eSailors set for World Championship in Sarasota

World Sailing Annual Conference, opens in Sarasota, USA, Sat 27 October, gets little mention on their website, but they do headline the eSailing World Championship finale

Heading to your local sailing club for the weekend racing?

Heading down to the sailing club for the weekend racing? No doubt you will be taking part in your club’s Olympic Mixed One-Person Dinghy Event or Mixed Two Person Dinghy

2019 Finn Calendar

A 2019 calendar featuring some of the best Finn Class images, which have been artistically interpreted by Igor Anisforov, has been published

Star Sailors League announce a Nations Gold Cup event

The Star Sailors League has officially presented their innovative global sailing event concept at the Yacht Racing Forum in Lorient – The event involving 140 countries with a final for 40 countries in one-design monohull 45 footers

Invictus Games – Sailing Gold for Australia and France

Australia and France took the debut sailing Gold medals at the Invictus Games in Sydney

The Role of Weather in Sailing

In the October Mainsail, Shirley Robertson travels around the world to investigate the role of weather – and the trouble it brings – in sailing – Video here

Artemis announce zero-emissions, green-powered commercial vessel

A zero-emissions, green-powered commercial vessel, capable of carrying 50 passengers & travelling at a top speed of 50 knots (30 knots cruising speed) – here’s how it works!

World Sailing heading for a bleak winter

Autumn approaches, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, and the World Sailing annual meeting in Sarasota, Florida in early November . . . Sailing approaches this meeting with considerable trepidation, with World Sailing the governing body for the sport of sailing in disarray.