Strong start for Will Harris

British rookie solo ocean racer Will Harris made a great start to his professional offshore sailing career today, running in fifth place in the early stages of the Solo Concarneau Trophée Gu

IRC still the most popular

A statement from Michael Boyd, Commodore of the Royal Ocean Racing Club: 

Foiling AC cat meets VO65

Land Rover BAR dipped her wings in support of Sport Relief's 'Hell on High Seas' team today in a Solent flyby.

Sponsor for Solo Fastnet

The Solo Offshore Racing Club (SORC) is very pleased to announce that Virgin Media Business, one of the UK’s largest network and telecoms solution providers, will be its main sponsor for the

Brit duo for the Transat AG2R

With just under a month to the start of the race on April 3rd, British co-skippers Sam Matson and Robin Elsey are confirmed as the first UK Transat AG2R La Mondiale entry for 2016.

Clipper yacht discovers ghost ship

Clipper Ventures has issued this: Following recent media reports about the finding of deceased German sailor Manfred Fritz Bajorat in the Philippines last week, and subsequent misleading specu

Infiniti 46 and 53 to be built by McConaghy

Infiniti Performance Yachts has entered into agreement with world renowned boatbuilder, McConaghy Boat, to build its Dynamic Stability System (DSS)-equipped Infiniti 46 and Infiniti 53 semi-custom

Overall honours to Proteus

George Sakellaris' Maxi72 Proteus is the overall winner of the 2016 RORC Caribbean 600.

Close but no cigar

Jim Clark & Kristy Hinze Clark's VPLP-Verdier 100 Comanche crossed the finish line of the RORC Caribbean 600 at 03.45 local time on Wednesday morning with an elapsed time of 40 hours 5

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