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Velsheda’s Opening Victory at Les Voiles


A port tack start executed on a busy mixed fleet line, containing some of the most competitive maxi racers of the annual French regatta, proved conclusive today at the Les Voiles de Saint Tropez when the two rival J Class yachts Velsheda and Lionheart met up again for a spirited ... Read More »

Remembering Arnold Palmer

When golfing legend Arnold Palmer died on September 25, he left a lesser known legacy in the boating world too. Palmer enlisted in the United States Coast Guard in 1950 as a Yeoman and continued to serve until 1953. His attention then turned to professional golf. Palmer was the first ... Read More »

Olympians Confirmed for Champion of Champions event

The organisers of the Endeavour Championship can confirm that Olympian Ben Saxton and Paralympian Niki Birrell will be competing as wild card entries in this year’s Endeavour Trophy to be held from October 7-9 2016 on the River Crouch, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex. The host, Royal Corinthian Yacht Club, will once again ... Read More »

The World Sailing Show – September 2016


The World Sailing Show provides a monthly view of the racing world. From non-stop around the world racers, to the intensity of Olympic campaigns, from seasoned professionals, to grass roots weekend warriors, The World Sailing Show will get into the latest action afloat. Here’s the September 2016 show synopsis: The ... Read More »

Chutes and Ladders at Extreme Sailing Series Madeira

Extreme Sailing Series™ heavyweights Alinghi launched an assault on Act 6 leaders Red Bull Sailing Team today as the regatta reached its halfway mark. Arnaud Psarofaghis’ Swiss crew on Alinghi exchanged blows with Roman Hagara’s Austrian-flagged Red Bull Sailing Team as both outfits made their bids to top the Act ... Read More »

Sailing World Cup: What is Old is New

It was another chance for learning at the Sailing World Cup Qingdao as currents, pressure and changing winds accompanied a hot and humid day two to challenge the visiting competitors. The local Chinese sailors and returning international competitors are riding high near the top of the fleets, while newcomers and ... Read More »

Mallorca Classic Week kicks off


As part of the broad program of the event MCW by Port Adriano, on Saturday, September 24, and for the first time in Spain, there will be an exhibition of cars and classic boats. More than 130 cars of different eras and styles will be exposed in Port Adriano for ... Read More »

Tropical Storm Delays J/24 Worlds

A slow-moving tropical storm dampened day two of the J/24 World Championship. The 41 teams representing Germany, Great Britain, Japan, Korea, Peru, Singapore, and the USA were kept ashore as heavy rains and winds blanketed the area. Daniel Frost’s JJOne of Germany mastered the conditions on day one with a ... Read More »