In the end it and after some stressful moments deep in the fleet, it was Aleph who took the overall 44Cup Cowes win by one point.
Since arriving in Cowes for the 44Cup all eight teams had been expecting conditions to build for the second day of racing and with 20-24 knots to kick things off, that was precisely what was delivered.
The Rolex Fastnet Race’s organisers, the Royal Ocean Racing Club, have decided to rearrange the order of Sunday’s start times
An America’s Cup event on British waters could be back on the table following Emirates Team New Zealand’s rejection of a New Zealand Government offer to keep the event in Auckland.
The infamous, lavish international holidays, qoute by Matt Hancock may have upset the airline industry, but staycation destinations are looking forward to a boost
The non-profit maritime training charity UKSA, based in Cowes, has announced that is has received the largest donation in its 30-year history
Due to the extreme weather conditions on Saturday, racing was reduced to three fleet races on Sunday
Conditions boardered on extreme at the European debut of SailGP at Cowes Week, where Australia’s Tom Slingsby proved once again that he is the one to beat
As the gale force winds batter the southcoast of Britain, Cowes is in lock-down today (Saturday)
Eighteen lucky youngsters from south coast Sailing Clubs will take part in an exciting warm-up show at the SailGP Cowes event this weeekend