Offshore

Long term forecast still favouring the maxis

The long range weather forecast for the 2013 Rolex Sydney Hobart is very promising for the biggest, fastest boats in the fleet, even dangling the possibility of a race record, but while there is go

Downwind blast to Hobart?

Gearing up to the Rolex Sydney Hobart, met legend Roger ‘Clouds’ Badham believes

Carkeek 60 Ichi Ban aiming for Hobart race glory

Tuning, testing and crew practice on the waters off Sydney have confirmed that the brand new Carkeek Design Partners C60 Ichi Ban is reaching all the initial performance numbers that her d

Artemis Offshore Academy breaks up for 2013

As the Artemis Offshore Academy concludes what has been the most successful sporting season since the Academy was launched in 2010, preparations for the impending 2014 season are already well under

Patrice - Tattershall's Cup contender

Tony Kirby is hugely regarded at the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, and with 27 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Races under his belt, is a stalwart of the annual 628 nautical mile race.

Hugo Boss renews

Alex Thomson Racing together with Five West have today announced a new four year sponsorship deal with Hugo Boss.

Early outlook suggests downwind Hobart race

It’s eight days out from the start of the Rolex Sydney Hobart yacht race, and while yachting meteorologist Roger Badham’s crystal ball is still a little fuzzy, the crew of Bob Oatley&rs

Volvo Ocean Race winner heads for Hobart

New Zealand’s Oyster Bay wine producer Jim Delegat took just one hour to decide on placing Aus$1million on winning this year’s Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.

The 'Swiss Army Knife' unveiled

When Bob Oatley’s Rolex Sydney Hobart Race record holder, the 30m long maxi Wild Oats XI was lifted from the waters of Sydney Harbour today it became very apparent why the yacht is n

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