• Code orange for Joyon | 19/11/2003
    French trimaran sailor to embark on solo round the world voyage - the right way
  • Canaries bound | 19/11/2003
    Olivier de Kersauson's trimaran flies south
  • The next arrivals | 19/11/2003
    VMI in fifth, Team Cowes sixth in monohull division of Transat Jacques Vabre
  • Clash of the titans at next year's Antigua Sailing Week reports Alaistair Abrehart
  • From flying fish to squid | 19/11/2003
    Jean-Luc van den Heede heads for the Doldrums in round the world record bid
  • Sill nail Ecover | 18/11/2003
    The red Open 60 beats Golding's new steed
  • 101 sailors took part in the final weekend at Warsash Sailing Club reports Sasha Oswald
  • Geronimo under way | 18/11/2003
    Olivier de Kersauson's maxi-trimaran embarks on Route of Discovery record
  • Virbac wins Open 60 class | 18/11/2003
    As Sill and Ecover continued to fight it out for second in the Transat Jacques Vabre monohull division
  • Classe Mini USA | 18/11/2003
    Solo race veteran heads new division of class
  • Two significant new entries for 2005's Rolex Transatlantic Challenge Race
  • Dispatching the flying fish overboard
  • IMOCA consolidates | 17/11/2003
    Open 60 class association announces program and plans for the future
  • War stories | 17/11/2003
    Battle rages in the monohulls as the trimarans descend upon Salvafor de Bahia at the end of the TJV
  • More records for Fossett | 17/11/2003
    American adventurer takes to the skies of south America
  • VDH and the Cape Verdes | 16/11/2003
    Round the world sailor takes care to preserve sails
  • Belgacom second home | 16/11/2003
    Nelias and Peyron fast, but not fast enough in Transat Jacques Vabre
  • Line honours for Groupama | 16/11/2003
    Second consecutive win for Franck Cammas in Transat Jacques Vabre, plus 0900 race update
  • Groupama due tomorrow | 15/11/2003
    Cammas heads for second Transat Jacques Vabre win
  • Passing the Canaries | 15/11/2003
    Jean-Luc van den Heede continues to forge south on solo round the world attempt