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SailFest TP52

Choppy conditions for the TP52 racing at SailFest Newcastle - photo © Salty Dingo

Gweilo claims SailFest TP52 series after Ichi Ban breach at SailFest Newcastle Gweilo claims SailFest TP52 series after Ichi Ban breach IRC honours for a hard-fought City of Newcastle TP52 Gold Cup were decided in the protest room tonight, with ...

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Global Solo Challenge

Global Solo Challenge 2023-2024; Single-handed Around the world on production boats

Volkan Kaan Yemlihaoglu is the 44th entry in the Global Solo Challenge Volkan Kaan Yemlihaoglu from Istambul in Turkey has a clear ambition: he wants to become the first sailor from his country to complete a single-handed, non-stop circumnavigation by ...

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Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille

Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille - photo © Christophe Jouany

Last call to participate in the 11th edition of Les Voiles de St. Barth Richard Mille, with a fleet of 72 sailboats ready to compete on April 17-23, 2022. The regatta—open to Maxi, Spinnaker, and Multihull classes—promises some great battles ...

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Airlie Beach Race Week 2022

Extreme 40's Back in Black and High Voltage - Airlie Beach Race Week - photo © Andrea Francolini

More than 100 entries across a variety of classes have so far been received for the 34th running of Airlie Beach Race Week (ABRW), to be hosted by Whitsunday Sailing Club (WSC) in the Whitsunday Islands from 11 to 18 ...

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Regate di Primavera

Adriano Calvini's Itacentodue relishes the lumpy conditions during last year's event. - photo © YCI / Studio Borlenghi

Maxi yacht racing re-ignites in Italy in one month’s time with the Regate di Primavera held out of one of the nation’s most idyllic hamlets, Portofino. Organised by the Yacht Club Italiano, in conjunction with the International Maxi Association, Portofino ...

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Ranger win the Saint Barth’s Bucket

J Class racing at the St Barth's Bucket. ©Tino Baum

The combination of an enthusiastic owner who is brand new to sailboat racing and a vastly experienced crew who gelled together perfectly at their first ever J Class Yacht regatta proved a winning combination as Ranger clinched the Saint Barth’s ...

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The Clipper 2019-20 Race

All smiles as Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam slipped lines - photo © Clipper Ventures

The Clipper 2019-20 Race restarted from the Philippines today with the eleven yachts, crewed by non-professional sailors, departing for the North Pacific crossing to Seattle. Race 10 is the first race to take place since the global sailing event was ...

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Saint Barth’s Bucket Superyacht Regatta

J Class racing at the St Barth's Bucket. © Tino Baum

Ranger won their second successive race at the Saint Barth’s Bucket superyacht regatta by just 15 seconds to hold a slender lead of just one point ahead of the tied duo Hanuman and Velsheda to set up an exciting winner-takes-all ...

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Antigua Sailing Week 2022

HH66 R-SIX - photo © Paul Wyeth / pwpictures.com

Antigua Sailing Week is booming with 92 teams already chomping at the bit for action from 30th April to 6th May 2022. Antigua Sailing Week is the longest running premier regatta in the Caribbean. The 53rd edition has already attracted ...

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Auckland Tauranga Yacht Race

Auckland Tauranga Race starts on Thursday (cruising) and Friday (racing) - March 24-25, 2022 © TYPBC

The Tauranga Yachting and Power Boating Club (TYPBC) is pushing ahead to host the 2022 Auckland to Tauranga Yacht Race, set to start on Thursday 24th March for the cruisers, and Friday 25th March for the racing division. The historic ...

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