First competitive outing for the Flying Phantom F18

Last week was the second edition of the Raid du Goëlo held out of Saint Quay Portrieux on France's North Brittany coast and the opening stage of the French long distance race multihull champio

Queen of the Harbour

Annika Rose became the 18ft Skiffs’ Queen of the Harbour when she teamed with John Winning Jr., Andrew Hay and Tom Slingsby on Yandoo to take out the annual race on Sydney Harbour t

Anthony Kotoun ahead

Heat, sun, and a light 5-9 knot southeasterly breeze allowed for seven exciting races to open the 2014 International Moth Line Honors US National Championship in Key Largo, Florida today, with US V

49ers gunning for theatre style medal races

For the past four years the 49er class has been exploring format possibilities.

Princesa Sofia warm-up

Teams from Britain –with two golds, two silvers and one bronze – and French – with one gold, three silvers and one bronze - dominating the eighth Arenal Training Camps Trophy for

Team Cobalt unveiled at RYA Dinghy Show

Hats off to designer Jack Gifford and his partner in Team Cobalt, Luke Yeates.

A-Class gets foiling

The A-Class Catamaran Worlds took place recently in Takapuna, New Zealand, and were comprehensively dominated by Emirates Team New Zealand crews, with AC72 wing trimmer Glenn Ashby securing his unp

Seve Jarvin equals Iain Murray's JJ Giltinan record

Seve Jarvin’s Gotta Love It 7 18ft skiff team won the JJ Giltinan Championship with a da

7 victory confirmed

The Gotta Love It 7 team of Seve Jarvin, Sam Newton and Scott Babbage officially became the 2014 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff champions today after a magnificent regatta performance saw the team

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