A second and final set of medal winning performances brought the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup -Melbourne to a close today.
Ash Rooklyn replaced Jonathan Whitty on Lumix to score his first 18ft Skiff win as a skipper when he teamed with Aron Everett and Daniel Nixon to win the Syd Barnett Memorial Trophy race o
The ISAF Sailing World Cup – Melbourne opened on Port Phillip for the 21st time today with cool southerly winds 8-14 knots and reasonably calm water creating the perfect entrée.
The Foiling Week is the first and only global event dedicated to the amazingly fast foiling boats, their sailors, designers and builders.
America’s Cup stars, Olympic medallists and world champions are among the record 150 plus sailors who will converge on Port Phillip in the New Year when the Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club (
One year ago, the Flying Phantom One Design was presented to the public during the 2013 Paris Boat Show.
Racing at the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Cup Final in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates has wrapped up with praise in abundance for the venue.
Strong wind specialists David Witt, Tom Clout and Matt Wark thrived on the conditions today to bring home their 18ft Skiff Smeg, winner of the 18ft Skiffs W.C.
The stakes were high on the penultimate day of ISAF Sailing World Cup Final action in Abu Dhabi, with medal race berths up for grabs as the three-day opening series drew to a close.