IOC President Bach Speaks out on ‘devisive’ Ukraine war

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has told ASOIF that they must make their own responses to the war in Ukraine or risk “becoming a political tool”

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 – 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

Dutch sanction fourteen Russian superyachts

Netherlands Public Broadcasting system, reports that Dutch customs authorities have placed fourteen yachts of Russian ownershp at Dutch yacht builders under supervision

Olympic News – Paris 2024 Sailing dates confirmed

The International Olympic Committee has issued the competition session schedule for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

National Crime Authority seize 192-foot Superyacht in London

The UK National Crime Authority has seized a $50 million superyacht owned by an unnamed Russian.

IOC release solidarity funds to Ukraine

It is good to hear that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced that it will be releasing an initial $200,000 (£150,000) to support the Ukrainian Olympic community impacted by the war

New Zealand to bar Russian super yachts and aircraft

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has introduced a sanctions bill to bar Russian and Belarus super yachts, ships and aircraft from entering its waters or airspace

America’s Cup – Dalton comes shopping

Team New Zealand boss Grant Dalton is reported to be headed to Europe, looking to seal the America’s Cup hosting deal

The New Reality and Sailings part in it

The Russian invasion of Ukraine commenced on 24 February 2022. The decision to suspend participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes and officials in Sailing Events followed on 25 February