James Boyd's blog
Foilers – still the most exciting technology in our sport at present, but still strangely limited pretty much to singlehanders like the Moth and RS600 FF.
The 34th America’s Cup seems to be on track even if 2014, the likely date, seems a long way off.
Both Mike Slade’s ICAP Leopard and Alex Jackson’s Speedboat are setting up to have a crack at the west to east transatlantic monohull record between New York and the L
While it may be relatively meaningless in the grand scheme of things, we’re excited about the prospect of BMW Oracle Racing and Sir Keith Mills’ TeamOrigin lining up at Cowes Week this
A lot of Olympic sailors will be putting the Semaine Olympique de Voiles in Hyeres down to experience with light fluky winds have made racing awkward for the entire course of this week, although Pa
In our audio interview with Sam Davies, mid-Atlantic in the Transat AG2 La Mondiale, one really gets a sense of life on board – having to hang up hurriedly while a shackle on the spinnaker bl
With precious few new big boats being launched this year, so we have a treat today – a look at Sir Peter Ogden’s smart looking Jethou.
In the Transat AG2R La Mondiale, Sam Davies and Roman Attanasio steered their Figaro Saveol through the Canary Islands scoring gate in first place last night and now take on the two thirds of the c
Smart tactics resulted in Roman Attanasio and Sam Davies’ Saveol taking the lead in the Transat AG2R yesterday morning - Sam's best ever position in a Figaro race.
Inserting a waypoint gate into the Transat AG2R route, it was thought, would limit the tactical options for the doublehanded crews. Not so...