• Sam Crichton reports on the Farr 40 racing in Sydney
  • Faster maxis to be allowed into Rolex Sydney Hobart, but not until 2005
  • And the winners are... | 23/02/2004
    US Yngling, Tornado, Finn and 49er representative decided for Athens reports Jan Harley
  • In the bag for Gaillard | 22/02/2004
    Jan Harley reports on the penultimate day of racing at the US Olympic Trials in Florida
  • Invites are out | 20/02/2004
    News from the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club on the forthcoming Bacardi sponsored International Race Week
  • Farr 40s in the evening | 19/02/2004
    Sam Chricton outlines the forthcoming Alfa Romeo Twilight Series in Sydney
  • The show comes home | 18/02/2004
    Details of Alinghi's UBS Trophy regatta in Newport RI
  • New class for super-maxis | 18/02/2004
    Notice of Race published for this year's Newport-Bermuda race
  • Bertrand victory | 17/02/2004
    Aussie legend wins Etchells New South Wales state championship
  • Jan Harley reports from the US Olympic Team trials in Miami's Biscayne Bay
  • The world's most glamorous yacht club announces its 2004 race program
  • US trials underway | 15/02/2004
    From Fort Lauderdale Jan Harley reports on the opening day for the Europe, Finn, 49er, Tornado and Yngling classes
  • A week in Geelong | 14/02/2004
    Skandia winner Iain May reports on the Charlie Fish crew in- and off-water antics at Geelong Race Week
  • Bird's eye view | 14/02/2004
    Peter Campbell reports from the end of the Sydney-Cabbage Tree Island-Newcastle
  • Joyon heads for the UK | 14/02/2004
    France's latest sailing hero to compete in Round the Island Race again
  • Middle man appointed | 13/02/2004
    AC Management bring in Director of Institutional Relations
  • Light final day see Laurie Jury take the top spot at the youth match racing in Sydney
  • Fog lifts to allow final day of race at the Sonar Worlds in St Petersburg, Florida
  • Swans in Monaco | 12/02/2004
    News of the 45s first European event this season plus others in the schedule
  • Europrix cancelled | 11/02/2004
    Shock news from the organisers as teams fail to make it to the starting line for May