FOUR GO RACING IN COWES! SERIOUSLY BIG CLASS YACHTS GO HEAD TO HEAD NEXT WEEK IN THE WESTWARD CUP REGATTA
GLAMOUR AND HISTORY COMBINE TO ENTHRALL AS BIG CLASS CLASSICS RETURN TO COWES
Latest at 0830 from the front: IDEC has stretched her lead at Sandown and the seas have roughed up so the Extreme 40s have dropped off the pace a bit.
The last few entries before the closing deadline were always going to be an interesting bunch writes Peta Stuart-Hunt
Peta Stuart-Hunt has one last sweep through this year’s entries with six days to go and the final entry number standing at 1754
A fleet of six Simon Rogers-designed Artemis 20 keelboats, helmed by qualified UKSA skippers and crewed by 12 novice sailors from a mixed background of disability or disadvantage, will compete for
High fliers take to the water | Peta Stuart-Hunt reports on some eye-catching entries with 23 days to go to Race Day, 19th June
The Island Sailing Club has now processed just over 1,470 entries and amongst some of the most recent it is interesting to note that, for one reason or another, a fair few have an association with
One of the most awe-inspiring pairings in the annals of record-breaking multihull racing returns to Cowes to compete in the J.P.
Peta Stuart-Hunt reports as, with 36 days to go and entries numbering 1,071 and climbing, Britain’s favourite yacht race looks set to be another cracking event this year Boat names, not
YOU DON’T HAVE TO OWN A BOAT TO COMPETE IN BRITAIN’S FAVOURITE YACHT RACE : Peta Stuart-Hunt reports
Whilst the majority of the J.P.
The Owners and Captains of the Big Class classic sailing yachts Cambria, Mariette, and Eleonora (Founder Members) met on 26th March 2010 and agreed to found the Big Class