Fatality in the Clipper race

Clipper Ventures report the death of crew member Sarah Young, 40, a company owner from London. Young was one of the crew aboard IchorCoal (CV21) competing in their round the world race.

Mark Turner lands the big job

Mark Turner, one of the most respected figures in professional sailing, has been appointed Volvo Ocean Race CEO, stepping down after 23 years at the helm of global sports marketing company OC Sport

Girl power

Fresh from her impressive first season shorthanded racing, Welsh adventurer Elin Haf Davies is already lining up for her next challenge with team aparito digital health - an impressive all-female c

The Transat secures a sponsor

The Transat, solo offshore racing's oldest event, which sets sail from Plymouth bound for New York on 2 May, has a new title sponsor in bakerly, a new brand of French-inspired bakery goods.

Strong debut for Will Harris

Among the Artemis Offshore Academy new recruits, Will Harris was stand-out performer in the opening race of the 2016 singlehanded Figaro circuit, finishing in sixth place in a fleet of 23 boats.

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.

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