After 55 hours of punishing fitness testing, mentally testing exercises, a sea survival simulation, 10 hours of sailing and a ride around a velodrome, eight exhausted candidates came out the other
Day four of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Brewin Dolphin Commodores’ Cup was one Principal Race Officer Stuart Childerley and his team would prefer to forget.
Stronger winds and reaching conditions resulted in a shorter than anticipated offshore race that allowed crews to sleep in their own beds rather than spending a night at sea in the highest scoring
Variety has always been the spice of the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup with the 27 boats from France, Scotland, Ireland and England this week getting to sail a mix of inshores, offshores and a rac
Ireland has not competed in the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup since winning the event in 2010, but today on the Solent the defending champions once removed got off to a strong start in the Royal O
Anticipation has been building going into tomorrow's start of the Royal Ocean Racing Club's biennial week-long Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup.
Britain returns to the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup as the defending champion following the victory of GBR Red in 2012.
The world’s most successful 100ft maxi racing yacht, Bob Oatley’s Wild Oats XI, has gone 'under the knife' once more, and the results of the latest surgery will be put to the test at ne
French teams dominated the RORC Cowes-Dinard-St.Malo Race, with three yachts from France on the podium for the overall win under IRC, with six of the class winners also being from France.
Having won the Brewin Dolphin Commodores' Cup in 2010, Ireland was unable to mount a campaign to defend its title in 2012, but this year they are returning to Cowes for the RORC's biennial regatta