Everybody was nervous in the morning as they waited for the wind to fill in. The wind was too light to start racing the important final matches.
After the Ecume de Mer (1978), the First 30 (1979 to 1981), the Rush Royale (1982 and 1983), the Sélection 37 (1984 to 1991), the JOD 35 (1992 to 1998), the Farr 30 (1999 to 2010) and the M3
World #1 Camilla Ulrikkeholm of Denmark showed today at the Women’s Match Race Golfe du Morbihan in Vannes, France, why she holds the top spot of the ISAF world ranking.
After facing the very real prospect of not being able to race in the regatta, organised by Key Yachting and run by the Royal Southern Yacht Club, it was quite a turn around in fortunes for Mike and
Team Australia, via the Hamilton Island Yacht Club, has announced its intention to withdraw from the 35th America's Cup.
The second regatta of the 1st National Sailing League kicks off this weekend at Travemuende Week.
Some new racing formats were tried today at New York Yacht Club Race Week at Newport presented by Rolex, and though the wind was fairly light, anything was better than yesterday, when racing on ope
Day one of this Melges 32 European Championship in Riva del Garda and the lead has been taken by the Russian team Synergy (Zavadnikov-Ivaldi, 4-1-2).
This year the J-Cup returns to the Royal Southern Yacht Club in Hamble and includes the Lombard-sponsored J/97 Championships and incorporates the J/109 UK National Championships.
After five days of intense racing, Tony Buckingham's British boat Ngoni, was crowned 2014 Soto 40 International Class champion, after achieving a second place in the last race in Valencia.