Offshore

World's slowest 24 hour maxi-trimaran run

Thomas Coville and Sodebo have set another record - this time for a maxi-trimaran's slowest day's run.

World's largest trimaran to enter Route du Rhum

At a press conference held this morning at the Mirabaud HQ in Geneva, Dona Bertarelli and Yann Guichard unveiled their future plans for Spindrift Racing along with two new sponsors for the team.

Volvo Ocean Race returns to the Netherlands

The Dutch port of The Hague is to be graced with a 24-hour pitstop during the 2014-15  Volvo Ocean Race.

Prince de Bretagne capsizes

Having set off Friday before last on his attempt to break Francis Joyon's record for sailing from Port Louis in Brittany to Port Louis in Mauritius, Lionel Lemonchois' 80ft trimaran Prince de B

Gitana back in the IMOCA class

The Gitana team has confirmed that their skipper Seb Josse will be on the start line of the 2016 Vendee Globe, with plans to rejoin the IMOCA 60 class in 2015.

Sodebo off Rio

This morning finds Thomas Coville and Sodebo at the latitude of Rio, still just about in the hunt on their attempt to break Francis Joyon and IDEC 2's solo non-stop round the worl

New solo 24 hour record

Armel Le Cléac’h set off on Thursday at 19:56:59 UTC his attempt to break the singlehanded record for the 3884 mile long Route of Discovery course, from Cadiz, Spain, across the A

Sodebo crosses the Equator

In their quest to better Francis Joyon's singlehanded non-stop around the world record, Thomas Coville and his 102ft Irens-Cabaret designed trimaran Sodebo has ticked off the first stage have cross

Artemis Offshore Academy sailors into the thick of it

It’s back to school for Artemis Offshore Academy sailors Sam Matson, Alan Roberts and Richard Mason, as their solo training programme cranks up a gear in France.

Next stop the Doldrums

Thomas Coville and his giant trimaran Sobedo set off on their bid to break Francis Joyon's five year old singlehanded non-stop round the world record aboard IDEC 2 on Friday at 06:42:44.

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