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11th Hour Racing & the 52 Super Series

Rolex TP52 World Championship Puerto Portals 2019 © Nico Martinez / 52 Super Series

Extending a successful six-year relationship that has grown stronger and more productive with each racing season, the 52 Super Series and 11th Hour Racing announced today a new three-year agreement. From small, simple initiatives that began in 2015 focused on ...

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Antigua Sailing Week announces cancellation of 2021

Starting Sequence of the English Harbour Rum Race Day in 2018 - photo © Paul Wyeth / www.pwpictures.com

Event organisers will be joining local government and the international community in working to limit and eradicate the COVID-19 spread by cancelling the 2021 edition of Antigua Sailing Week (ASW), including the Peters & May Round Antigua Race, which were ...

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Global Solo Challenge 2023


Just two months since launching and one month since releasing the provisional Notice of Event, the Global Solo Challenge 2023 (GSC) has already inspired huge interest from sailors and sailing media around the world. Key numbers so far: Over 110 ...

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Prada Cup Finals

PRADA Cup Final day 2 - Tight match racing for Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli and INEOS TEAM UK - photo © COR36 / Studio Borlenghi

The saying goes that it’s easy to look like a tactical genius if one has a faster boat. While this might be a cliché, that sure doesn’t stop Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli’s brain trust from looking incredibly smart after a ...

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Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez 2021

The Swan 82FD Kallima and the Swan 80 Umiko competing in IR1 during Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez © Gilles Martin-Raget

After the success of the 2020 edition, the Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez lifts the veil on the format for the mythical get-together of the most beautiful boats in the world that will take place over two weeks – from Saturday, ...

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18ft Skiff Australian Championship

Finport Finance and Smeg lead the fleet on the first spinnaker run during Race 8 of the 18ft Skiff Australian Championship ©Frank Quealey

After trailing the leader for most of today’s Race 8 of the Australian 18ft Skiff Championship, the defending champion tech2 team of Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Lewis Brake staged a remarkable comeback over the final two legs of the ...

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PRADA Cup Final

PRADA Cup Final day 2 - Tight match racing for Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli and INEOS TEAM UK - photo © COR36 / Studio Borlenghi

With four wins on the scoreboard Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli comes away of the first PRADA Cup Final weekend having stamped their authority and with the first to seven going to the Match, INEOS TEAM UK path gets steeper and ...

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Banjo’s Shoreline Crown Series Bellerive Regatta 2021

Division Two of the Performance Cruising fleet under spinnaker on Day Two of the Banjos Shoreline Crown Series © Jane Austin

Midnight Rambler (Ed Psaltis) has thrown down the gauntlet in his bid to retain the Tasmanian AMS Rating Championship, sailed as part of the Banjos Shoreline Crown Series Bellerive Regatta in Hobart. Psaltis leads the racing keelboat group on AMS ...

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CORUM & The Ocean Race Europe

Nicolas Troussel training on board the IMOCA Corum L'Épargne © Eloi Stichelbaut - polaRYSE / Corum L'Épargne

The CORUM L’Épargne Sailing Team, led by skipper Nicolas Troussel, has confirmed it will take part in the inaugural edition of The Ocean Race Europe this spring, with its new generation IMOCA. “The Ocean Race Europe is a compelling new ...

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Australian Historical 18s Championship

The start of last Saturday's race at the Australian Historical 18s Championship - photo © MVS

New Zealander wins Australian Historical 18s Championship The New Zealand 18ft Skiff fleet may not be coming to contest the 2021 JJ Giltinan world 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour in March, but there is one Kiwi sailor who will ...

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