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Strong start for Team GBR's Olympic season

ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami concluded on Saturday with Giles Scott back in the driving seat in

Unfeasibly large boats sailed solo...

This autumn’s Route du Rhum is lining up to be a monster with more than fifty Class 40s competing but the headline grabbers will be the giant multis in the ‘Ultime’ class.

Williams gunning for Gilmour's record

GAC Pindar skipper Ian Williams looks forward to the 2014 season when he will try to set a new record b

Gearing up for Key West

Quantum Key West Race Week sets sail today.

Goodie goes catamaran

Beijing 2008 Laser gold medallist Paul Goodison tells us about getting the call-up from Ben Ainslie to sa

Sorry salvage

Bernard Stamm has recovered the wreck of his ill-fated IMOCA 60 Cheminees Poujoulat follow

Busy day at London Boat Show

Starting an offshore race when the forecast is showing 50-60 knots may not have been the smartest move.

Wild Oats XI and Victoire the winners

The Rolex Sydney Hobart got off to a spectacular start on Boxing Day with Wild Oats XI <

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