James Boyd's blog
While Ericsson may not be returning for a third crack at the Volvo Ocean Race, it is reassuring for Knut Frostad and his team that sport clothing giant Puma is back with another campaign led by Ken
Following the sudden death of former Volvo Ocean Race crewman Peter Doriean, an appeal has been set up for his family
Today we look at the Farr 45 class, and how 14 years on from its inception, it is proving the ideal boat to buck the recession.
Congratulations to Ed Wright for following up his Finn win at Rolex Miami OCR with another at the Princess Sofia Trophy in Palma. Watch out Ben...
The route for the 2011-12 Volvo Ocean Race has now been finalised and its been fun second-guessing the ports as they’ve been announced.
With the bank holiday at the end of the week, so the RORC are gearing up for their season opener, the Easter Challenge where TeamOrigin, sailing Charles Dunstone’s Rio, look set to be the s
A busy weekend (despite it being March) – saw the Francesco Bruni-led Azzurra team win the Italian final of the Congressional Cup against the Gavin Brady-steered Mascalzone Latino Audi Team.
While we have witnessed the Moths go fully airborne, so another foil-related revolution is also slowly making headway in the keelboat world with the Dynamic Stability System lateral foil arrangemen
Following the 33rd America’s Cup and Groupama 3’s successful Jules Verne Trophy attempt, 2010 has been a high profile year so far for the maxi-multihull.
The International 14 fleet could be in for a shock this year, not only because there is a new craft in their midst with a hotrod paintjob – to be sailed by Merlin Rocket National Champion Gle