With stormy weather featuring rain squalls of over 25 knots, huge waves, and even a waterspout in the course area, the 51 entries from 11 nations had a wet and wild start today at the 2014 ORC Euro
Stena Match Cup Sweden is known for being one of the few events where, thanks to the boats and venue topography, sailors can race in anger inshore in gale force conditions with spinnakers.
Race day three got off to a rough start today with two separate postponements, one onshore and one on the water at the race course area, due to the unusual light northerly wind this afternoon.
With 20 of the 24 flights of Qualifying now complete after day three of Stena Match Cup Sweden, the vital question is over who will make it through to the top eight and continue into Friday’s
Race Day 2 of the 2014 International Star Class World Championship came to an thrilling end today after an intense battle between the top three boats and a near photo finish where only five seconds
A change of conditions brought a change in fortune for several of the 14 teams competing in the second day of Qualifying at Stena Match Cup Sweden, stage two of the 2014 Alpari World Match Racing T
June 26-30 saw the UK SB20 fleet racing off the English Riviera for the 12th Stormforce Coaching SB20 National Championships at the Royal Torbay Yacht Club.
Ministers today announced £7.5million of Government funding to support Sir Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup team and their proposal to be based on the Camber in Portsmouth.