With only three months until the start of the Louis Vuitton Cup challenger selection series, Artemis Racing has been busy training and preparing for racing, which begins in San Francisco on 4 July.
When's the last time you saw spinnakers raised to start a match race? Or a leader spin off a penalty at the finish line with his opponent tickling his transom?
It's no surprise that Great Britain's Ian Williams, the top-ranked match racer in the world and winner of the last two Congressional Cups, is clear of the field after two days, but should he be mak
Having been given plenty of time on yesterday’s longer courses to sort out their crew work, sail selection, tactics and sunscreen, sailors took to the turquoise seas off the French West Indie
Morrelli & Melvin, have announced that they will collaborate with McConaghy Boats to produce an exciting new 45ft racing catamaran with hydrofoils.
Mathieu Richard of France hadn't match-raced in seven months and Great Britain's Ian Williams was off for five, but they dealt better with weird conditions than anyone else in a 10-boat internation
It was hard to tell dockside in Gustavia this morning if there was a care in the world among the Les Voiles de St Barth competitors, what with the trade winds blowing, blue skies prevailing, and la
JP Morgan BAR takes to the high seas once again next week for the final event of the 2012-13 America’s Cup World Series to be held in Naples.
The six-Sunday Brooks Macdonald Warsash Spring Series resumed last weekend after a break for Easter.