More wind and more stable conditions in Hayling Bay allowed for three races to be banged off in quick succession at the RC44 Portsmouth Cup today.
The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth kicks off this time next week with two days of racing (yes a ‘blink and you miss it’ type of regatta), over the weekend
The Magenta Project is giving top female sailors the chance to gain experience sailing a GC32 foiling catamaran.
Fleet racing at the RC44 Portsmouth Cup began today on a new race course, laid further east beyond the Solent towards Hayling Bay.
Vladimir Liubomirov's Bronenosec Sailing Team was the class act on the opening day of match racing at the RC44 Portsmouth Cup, notching up a perfect scoreline, winning all five of its matches.
After two exceptional days of racing in 15-20 knot winds at the GC32 Malcesine Cup, Lake Garda was in lighter mood today, with the southerly Ora mostly failing to reach 8 knots.
After winning May’s GC32 Riva Cup and the opening day of the GC32 Malcesine Cup yesterday, Franck Cammas and NORAUTO’s domination of the GC32 Racing Tour finally came to an end today.
Lake Garda laid on the conditions for which it is world-famous on the opening day of the GC32 Malcesine Cup, the second event on the 2016 GC32 Racing Tour.
Hans Wallén bounced back from a slow start in Marstrand to win his last two Qualifying heats and earn a place in the Super 16 of the World Championship Finals of the World Match Racing Tour.
Foiling catamaran action returns to one of the world’s best sailing venues this week with the GC32 Malcesine Cup – Lake Garda.