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Falmouth Classics 2018

Parade of Sail and Power at the Falmouth Classics 2017 - photo © Jacob Hutchins

With just three months to go until the start of the UK’s largest classic boating event, The Tilley Endurables Falmouth Classics 2018 is set to be bigger and better than ever. Tilley Endurables, the UK and European distributor of Tilley ...

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One Design Midwinter Regatta

Sarasota One Design Midwinter Regatta 2018 - photo © Dasher

The RS Aero fleet visited the Sarasota One Design Midwinter Regatta for the first time as Round 4 of the five event RS Aero North American Midwinter Series. Travellers came from eight American states and the UK, escaping the snow ...

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America’s Cup & SuperFoiler

Out on the trap on feeling's Corio Bay. © Andrea Francolini

For America’s Cup conqueror and SuperFoiler series leader Glenn Ashby victory at the Expr3ss! SuperFoiler Grand Final in Sydney would be an exclamation point on a dream return to racing on home shores. “The sailing here in Australia is really ...

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Volvo Ocean Race

Volvo Ocean Race Leg 7 from Auckland to Itajai, day 3 on board Sun Hung Kai / Scallywag. 20 March - photo © Konrad Frost / Volvo Ocean Race

The seven teams were level with the southern tip of New Zealand on Tuesday, having knocked off more than 1,000 miles since leaving Auckland on Sunday. Throughout the fleet, reports were of a marked change in air and sea temperature ...

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Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta San Diego

Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta San Diego 2018 - photo © Paul Todd / www.outsideimages.com

Saturday was a challenging day on the water for the hundreds of sailors competing in the Helly Hansen National Offshore One Design (NOOD) Regatta in San Diego. Sailors faced shifty winds and rough seas on two racecourses set on the ...

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J Class winners in St Barths

St. Barths Bucket Regatta 2018 Race Day 4 - photo © Carlo Borlenghi

One year ago when the J Class fleet was at it hammer and tongs, racing their first regatta of a historic season, the newly launched Svea was in Europe still completing first sea trials. Today they secured their first regatta ...

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FAST40+ Class Race Circuit

Hitchhiker, NED8809 - photo © Paul Wyeth

The FAST40+ Class rules allow a maximum of five professional crew racing. This creates a wide variety of sailors from all backgrounds; world class experienced sailors, as well as young talent looking to break into the sport, and just about ...

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47th BVI Spring Regatta

Around 20 Moorings and Sunsail charter boats will compete in the CSA bareboat fleet at the 47th BVISR © Ingrid Abery / www.ingridabery.com

The organisers and supporters of the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival hosted by Nanny Cay have always stood firm and optimistic that the 47th edition of this much-loved regatta would take place over Easter as planned, and so it ...

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18ft Skiff

Appliancesonline.com.au races to the finish line during the 18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour - photo © Frank Quealey

Twenty one year old Isabelle Quigley became the 18ft Skiffs Queen of the Harbour for 2018 when she teamed with Steve Quigley, Sam Ellis and Scott Babbage in The Kitchen Maker on Sydney Harbout today. The Kitchen Maker and Finport ...

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Argo Group Gold Cup

Keith Swinton in action during the Finals of the Argo Group Gold Cup - photo © Robert Hajduk / WMRT

The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club (RBYC) and Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd. today announced Argo Group Gold Cup will be held May 7–12, 2018 and is open to sixteen teams. As a result of the partnership between RBYC and Argo ...

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