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Thursday January 1 1970 Author: Location: none selected

Groupama back on track

The Groupama 3 crew must have been crossing themselves as they passed New Zealand where their maxi-tri folded up beneath them two years ago.

25th February

Today is significant for two reasons.

The British wing

Had enough of solid wing sails? No? For the first time in several decades Britain has a potentially competitive boat to enter in the Little America’s Cup.

Ahead of the game

Yes, its coming around again... We can expect news of the Volvo Ocean Race’s route and new teams to be trickling out over the next few weeks.

Victory tour

BMW Oracle Racing have been taking the America’s Cup on a victory tour of the States, starting of course in San Francisco.

Nice timing

Following the multihull AC, Bruno Peyron has announced details of The Race Mk2. Will some new offshore mega-multihulls be built as a result?

Getting there....

With the dust settling on the 33rd America’s Cup, so today we are going to be looking at what happens next. First, Russell Coutts says, he needs a holiday.

Something's changed? Welcome to the all-new dailysail!

Welcome to the new all-singing all-dancing freshly relaunched version of thedailysail.com. It contains many familiar features – content divided into offshore, inshore and dinghy categories.

No wind no play - it must be the America's Cup

Racing was canned due to a lack of wind on the opening day of the 33rd America's Cup. R1 is re-scheduled for Wednesday at 10:06 CET.

Two days out from AC33

The battlelines are drawing up in Valencia. Today Alinghi have been out of the water making final checks, while BMW Oracle Racing's tri has been out this afternoon.


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