Friday 28 November 2014
News - USA & the World
Route du Rhum 2014 - Sir Robin Knox-Johnston chases Rhum class leaders
Route du Rhum 2014 - And Sir Robin is now just 28 miles behind sixth-placed boat, Cap Au Cap Location.
Severne Starboard 2014 Aloha Classic closing ceremony - Get ready...
From 7pm onwards AWT and PWA riders will be joined by many more for official closing ceremony of 2014 Aloha Classic.
18ft Skiffs: Club Champs, Race 2 - Team 7 wins Eric Bowen Memorial
18ft Skiffs: Team Seven, took lead on third leg of South course and then, were never headed before taking victory.
Volvo Ocean Race: Surf to Turf - Leg 1 Finish for Team Alvimedica
Team Alvimedica crossed the Leg 1 after spending nearly four weeks at sea.
It's Hobart and Honolulu for Wild Oats XI
It’s Hobart and Honolulu for supermaxi, Wild Oats XI, after line honours in the weekend’s Cabbage Tree Island Race.
2014 Melges 32 Gold Cup - Watch and wait
Melges 32 Gold Cup - The low pressure system that was expected to bring solid breeze for Sunday has tapered considerably
Interclubs and Press Race - Mitsubishi to the front on day 2
The Interclubs and Press Race continued today at the Cofradía Náutica del Pacífico with three races that allowed Horacio
49er and 49erFX South Americans - Podium spots decided in Rio
The wrap up of the 49er and 49erFX South American Championship took place in a good south by southwest breeze.
Volvo Ocean Race - How Leg 1 was won and lost + Video
Volvo Ocean Race Leg 1, done. The seven boats are now in the South African marina, the 66 sailors on dry land.
Route du Rhum - Leading maxi-trimarans run into squalls
With less than 1,000 miles, the two maxi-tris leading the Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe have run into squalls.
Route du Rhum - Banque Populaire VII à moins de 700 milles du finish
En route directe vers l’île papillon, escorté par les poissons volants, Loïck Peyron glisse à 23 nœuds de moyenne, dans
Route du Rhum - Deeply contrasting fortunes
As it so often does La Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe sees deeply contrasting fortunes on the race course.
2014 Carlos Aguilar Match Race cancelled
The Virgin Islands Sailing Association has announced the cancellation of the 2014 Carlos Aguilar Match Race (CAMR).
First ARC Bahamas boats make landfall in the Caribbean
Unfortunately, it wasn’t exactly the warm Caribbean welcome we’d grown accustomed to over the past couple years.
First arrivals of World ARC fleet enter Richard’s Bay, South Africa
Today marked the first arrivals of the World ARC fleet to Richard’s Bay, South Africa.
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