Hugo Boss abandoned

Alex Thomson and Guillermo Altadill, skippers of yacht HUGO BOSS in the Transat Jacques Vabre set off their emergency beacon this afternoon at 13.25 UTC. 

The Transat finish to be in Brooklyn

The Transat, which as the OSTAR was the first and oldest singlehanded transoceanic race, is returning to New York City on the course on which it was first run back in 1960.

Hugo Boss heads for Vigo

The leading pair of Ultime multihulls, leading the 5400, mile Transat Jacques Vabre course from Le Havre to Itajaí, are fighting through light winds just a few miles off the West African coa

First surprise team announced

Last night at the Royal Ocean Racing Club's St James clubhouse, the 2016 Commodores' Cup was formally launched, with the British investment management and financial planning company Brewin Dolphin

Tenacious Spaniards

A few days out from the start of the second leg of the Mini Transat îles de Guadeloupe, the fleet is switching into race mode.

IMOCA 60s turn home as maxi tri capsizes

As forecast for days, the second night of the Transat Jacques Vabre was always going to be a big one for those boats that chose to tackle the static depression and its associated fronts t

First casualties

The first 24 hours of the Transat Jacques Vabre have been fast in a building breeze.

Entries open for 3 Peaks Yacht Race

Set up by legendary mountaineer/sailor Bill Tilman, the Three Peaks Yacht Race is one of the oldest and most remarkable multi-sport endurance races in the world.

Slow start

A slow, but nonetheless challenging, stressful start to the 12th Transat Jacques Vabre sent 42 entrants in four different classes out of the Seine Basin in the direction of Itajaí, Brazil on

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