After AP’s Bernie Wilson broke the story a few days ago that the 35th America’s Cup was going to be staged in Bermuda, there were few surprises when Harvey Schiller, the Commercial Comm
tIt was a perfect first day for the second Star Sailors League Finals in Nassau with sun and wind in abundance.
There's an old saying in racing: You can't win a World Championship on the first day of the regatta, but you can certainly lose it.
World Championship festivities kicked off in blistering fashion on Monday with three Pre-World Championship races on the waters just off South Beach, Miami.
France is historically the world’s leading nation when it comes to multihull racing, so it is appropriate it is represented on the GC32 Racing Tour.
The final race of the 2014 Garmin Hamble Winter Series was ushered in by sunshine and an unseasonably warm breeze – quite a change from the previous week’s biblical rain and cold wind.<
Australian MC38 class President John Bacon and his Dark Star crew proved consistency is the key to winning a high performance one design series when they clinched the Blackmores MC38 Open
The British Keelboat Academy is pleased to announce that the next wave of Britain’s aspiring young keelboat sailors have now been confirmed for the 2014-15 season.
The America’s Cup World Series coming to Portsmouth in both 2015 and 2016 is great news for sailing in the UK as well as top promotion for Ben Ainslie Racing and the prospects for Sir Ben&rsq