Please select your home edition
Edition
C-Tech 2021 America's Cup 728x90 TOP
The Ocean Race Leg 3 Day 22 The Ocean Race Leg 3 Day 22 Back up to speed The four IMOCAs pushing east through the southern latitudes of the Pacific Ocean are seeing better speeds today, following a weekend of light winds. by The Ocean Race Posted 20 Mar 16:00 UTC Etchells North American Championship Etchells North American Championship While Spring Breakers descend on Miami, sailors hit Biscayne Bay for their own kind of fun While Spring Breakers descend on Miami this time of year to escape the end of winter, 156 Etchells sailors took to Biscayne Bay for their own kind of fun: The Coral Reef Cup. by Etchells Class - Worlds 2023 Media Team Posted 20 Mar 14:16 UTC March episode of the World Sailing Show March episode of the World Sailing Show Taking on big winds and even bigger waves The main feature of the March episode of the World Sailing Show returns to the Canary Islands for the Lanzarote International Regatta where 360 sailors from six classes took to the water for eight days of races. by The World Sailing Show Posted 20 Mar 13:39 UTC Cup Spy Mar 20: ETNZ roll out modified AC75 Cup Spy Mar 20: ETNZ roll out modified AC75 Report from the AC37 Joint Recon Team: Te Rehutai was rolled out of the shed at 9.35am Report from the AC37 Joint Recon Team: Te Rehutai was rolled out of the shed at 9.35am and after a multiple point turn was positioned head to the light south westerly on the docks edge. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 20 Mar 10:20 UTC Tom Dolan's best Solo Maître CoQ yet Tom Dolan's best Solo Maître CoQ yet Seventh overall for Ireland's leading solo offshore racer Ireland's leading solo offshore racer Tom Dolan laid to rest the ghosts of three past Solo Maître CoQ events when he finished seventh overall from a 30 boat fleet Saturday. by Tom Dolan Racing Posted 20 Mar 09:39 UTC 2023 Fireball Australian Nationals 2023 Fireball Australian Nationals Winners throw down the challenge! It was great to have the Fireball Australian Championships sailed back in Adelaide at Somerton Yacht Club. The very friendly Somerton volunteers turned on the hospitality and organisation to make it a fun event for all involved. by Chris Payne Posted 20 Mar 09:22 UTC 2023 Flying Fifteen Worlds at Fremantle day 3 2023 Flying Fifteen Worlds at Fremantle day 3 An early start for the fleet to make the most of the breeze It was an early start for the fleet on day 3 of the 2023 Flying Fifteen World Championship held on another hot and sunny day off the coast of Fremantle. The forecast was for an early Easterly which was due to shut down by lunchtime. by Jonny Fullerton Posted 20 Mar 07:40 UTC America's Cup: First look at ETNZ's AC75 V2 America's Cup: First look at ETNZ's AC75 V2 Emirates Team NZ have launched their modified AC75, the 2021 America's Cup champion Emirates Team NZ have launched their modified AC75, the 2021 America's Cup champion. The obvious changes are to the deck, where the open crew pits - designed for 11 crew - have been reduced to five per side - which will be used by a reduced eight crew. by Compiled by Richard Gladwell/Sail-world.com/nz Posted 20 Mar 05:28 UTC Paprec Arkea and For People Paprec Arkea and For People What they show about the evolution of IMOCAs Launched less than a month after each other, the monohulls for Yoann Richomme and Thomas Ruyant have been designed by Antoine Koch and the Finot-Conq firm. by Vendee Globe Posted 19 Mar 22:16 UTC Wingfoil Racing World Cup Abu Dhabi overall Wingfoil Racing World Cup Abu Dhabi overall No racing on the final day due to a lack of wind After three intense days of competition, the Ad Ports Group Wingfoil Racing World Cup Abu Dhabi concluded with no racing on the final day due to a lack of wind. by Andy Rice Posted 19 Mar 15:26 UTC GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cape Verde day 2 GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cape Verde day 2 Cape Verdeans riding high as fight for title glory intensifies on stellar waves in Ponta Preta Reigning world champion James Carew was dumped from the GKA Kite-Surf World Cup on the second day of the contest on Cape Verde in epic waves. by Ian MacKinnon, GKA Kite World Tour Posted 19 Mar 15:16 UTC Thomas Ruyant's new TR Racing IMOCA launched Thomas Ruyant's new TR Racing IMOCA launched A new boat, a new base and a new standard for team organisation in the IMOCA Class At the top of the IMOCA Class, teams, designers, skippers and commercial partners are fighting for supremacy, and every now and again something new appears and everyone has to take stock. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 19 Mar 15:12 UTC Season 3 rollercoaster ride continues Season 3 rollercoaster ride continues An up-and-down event for the United States SailGP Team Rounding out an up-and-down event on a high note, Jimmy Spithill's United States SailGP Team finished the final fleet race in second place, but ultimately leave the ITM New Zealand Sail Grand Prix | Christchurch with sixth-place overall. by Laura Muma Posted 19 Mar 14:46 UTC The Ocean Race Leg 3 Day 21 The Ocean Race Leg 3 Day 21 All lined up with one way to go On Saturday it seemed as if the race couldn't get any closer. By Sunday morning UTC that was proved wrong. Today, all four teams are lined up on a 13 mile line. by The Ocean Race Posted 19 Mar 13:44 UTC 2023 Flying Fifteen Worlds at Fremantle day 2 2023 Flying Fifteen Worlds at Fremantle day 2 A long day on the water for the fleet It was a long day on the water for the fleet of 76 Flying Fifteens competing at the World Championships off Fremantle on day two of the regatta. A new day and a new wind direction meant an earlier start time of 1200 noon. by Jonny Fullerton Posted 19 Mar 13:24 UTC SailGP Christchurch: Canada scores first win SailGP Christchurch: Canada scores first win Two Kiwi skippers battled at the head of the SailGP Final sailed on picturesque Lyttleton Harbour Canada claimed their first-ever SailGP event win, and New Zealand finished second, picking up nine championship points in the last event before the winner-takes-all final in San Francisco. by Natalie Fortier Posted 19 Mar 10:09 UTC ITM New Zealand Sail Grand Prix overall ITM New Zealand Sail Grand Prix overall Canada claims maiden SailGP event win in classic final battle with home team in Christchurch Canada became the fifth different team to win a SailGP Season 3 event with a thrilling victory over New Zealand and Australia in the ITM New Zealand Sail Grand Prix | Christchurch event final. by SailGP Posted 19 Mar 07:58 UTC Swiss Team at the NZ Sail Grand Prix overall Swiss Team at the NZ Sail Grand Prix overall The Swiss placed 8 and 5 in the two fleet races on Sunday Christchurch delivered another stunning day of racing for the SailGP fleet today; strong winds, blue skies and more epic high-speed foiling conditions enjoyed by the teams and sell-out crowd. by Switzerland SailGP Team Posted 19 Mar 07:33 UTC 18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour 18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour Karly Zinga teams up with the Yandoo team for the win Karly Zinga became the Australian 18 Footers League's Queen of Sydney Harbour when she teamed with John Winning, Fang Warren and Josh Porebski on Yandoo to win the annual event today. by Frank Quealey Posted 19 Mar 07:22 UTC Black Jack departs Sydney for Europe Black Jack departs Sydney for Europe A big thank you to Peter Harburg, Mark Bradford, Alex Nolan and all the team It's sad to be saying farewell to the mighty Black Jack now headed for new ventures in Europe while currently on the market. by Dale Lorimer Posted 19 Mar 06:05 UTC Olympian Ralph Roberts (87) passes away Olympian Ralph Roberts (87) passes away Double Olympic rep Ralph Roberts - five times NZ champion in the Finn and FD classes, passes away Ralph Roberts (87), double Olympic representative in the Finn and Flying Dutchman classes has passed away. He won the Prince of Wales Trophy in 1956 at Cowes Isle of Wight, before going on to win five NZ titles in the Finn and again in the FD class. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz Posted 19 Mar 02:12 UTC Snipe Western Hemisphere Championship overall Snipe Western Hemisphere Championship overall Chileans Matias & Constanza Seguel win New champions were crowned today for the 2023 Snipe Western Hemisphere & Asia Championship after 4 solid days of racing in Algarrobo, Chile. by International Snipe Class Posted 19 Mar 01:16 UTC Wingfoil Racing World Cup Abu Dhabi Day 3 Wingfoil Racing World Cup Abu Dhabi Day 3 A day of dilemma Eight short course races completed on day three of the Ad Ports Group Wingfoil Racing World Cup Abu Dhabi, and there were some very tired wingfoilers coming ashore at the end of racing. by Andy Rice Posted 18 Mar 19:37 UTC FPT King and Queen of the Caribbean is on FPT King and Queen of the Caribbean is on The countless local freestyle talent of Bonaire will be on display again in April The FPT King and Queen of the Caribbean is officially ON! Riders from all over the world will compete in front of the Frans Paradise in Bonaire for a total of €3000 prize money as part of our freshly launched Proving Grounds Series. by Freestyle Pro Tour Posted 18 Mar 17:01 UTC Clipper 2023-24 Race skippers announced Clipper 2023-24 Race skippers announced Eleven skippers set to lead teams of amateur sailors The eleven skippers set to lead teams of amateur sailors from all walks of life around the globe has been revealed. by Danielle Wickham Posted 18 Mar 15:05 UTC The Ocean Race Leg 3 Day 20 The Ocean Race Leg 3 Day 20 As close as it gets On day 20 of racing in leg 3 of The Ocean Race, the competition is incredibly close, with four IMOCAs separated by just 20 nautical miles. by The Ocean Race Posted 18 Mar 14:50 UTC Pavlin Nadvorni: Inspiring young Bulgarian sailors Pavlin Nadvorni: Inspiring young Bulgarian sailors Global Solo Challenge entrants love and respect the sea If there is one thing that I have learnt in interviewing the entrants of the Global Solo Challenge (GSC), it is that these sailors love and respect the sea. by Dave Proctor Posted 18 Mar 14:22 UTC GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cape Verde - Day 1 GKA Kite-Surf World Cup Cape Verde - Day 1 Ponta Preta waves deliver as world's best athletes fight for glory in epic duels The legendary waves of Cape Verde were firing for the first clashes of the opening GKA Kite-Surf World Cup which has drawn the globe's top athletes to fight for honours. by Ian MacKinnon, GKA Kite World Tour Posted 18 Mar 13:20 UTC 2023 Flying Fifteen Worlds at Fremantle day 1 2023 Flying Fifteen Worlds at Fremantle day 1 76 boats from 6 countries on the startline 76 Flying Fifteens from 6 countries left Fremantle Sailing Club for the first two races of the 2023 Flying Fifteen Worlds Championship held off Fremantle under cloudless skies. by Jonny Fullerton Posted 18 Mar 13:14 UTC Boris Herrmann's Vendée Globe adventure Boris Herrmann's Vendée Globe adventure To become a feature film by Ben Blaskovic Boris Herrmann is the first German to have competed in the Vendée Globe, the most famous and toughest race in the world. After a fantastic race, he finished in a barely dreamed-of fifth place with his race yacht. by Team Malizia Posted 18 Mar 10:14 UTC Global Solo Challenge invites you to A Coruña Global Solo Challenge invites you to A Coruña There is no need for an excuse to visit the beautiful city The staggered departures of the Global Solo Challenge, which will take place from the end of August to December 2023, present the chance to explore a location that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime: the city of A Coruña by Helena De La Gandara Posted 18 Mar 10:12 UTC The Swiss battle it out at the NZ Sail Grand Prix The Swiss battle it out at the NZ Sail Grand Prix A fast and furious opening day of racing It was a fast and furious opening day of racing for the SailGP fleet today, set against the stunning backdrop of Whakaraupo, Lyttelton Harbour. by Switzerland SailGP Team Posted 18 Mar 08:38 UTC Golden Globe Race Day 193 Golden Globe Race Day 193 Jeremy Bagshaw a Cape Horner Jeremy Bagshaw (ZAF) who's had his fair share of issues, with barnacles forcing him to moor in South Africa and stop in Australia, has been a model of determination in continuing his round the world adventure. by Golden Globe Race Posted 18 Mar 07:47 UTC ITM New Zealand Sail Grand Prix Day 1 ITM New Zealand Sail Grand Prix Day 1 Impressive display by New Zealand SailGP Team in front of a raucous set of home fans The New Zealand SailGP Team staked its claim for Season 3 Championship favoritism with an impressive display in front of a raucous set of home fans in Christchurch. by SailGP Posted 18 Mar 06:43 UTC 2023 ILCA Senior Europeans at Andora overall 2023 ILCA Senior Europeans at Andora overall A great final day of sailing after a difficult week A great day of sailing to wrap the 2023 ILCA Senior European Championships & Open European Trophy in great shape at Circolo Nautico Andora in Italy. by Agustín Argüelles Posted 18 Mar 05:47 UTC SailGP: Kiwis give sailing masterclass on Day 1 SailGP: Kiwis give sailing masterclass on Day 1 The Kiwi SailGP team gave a sailing masterclass, thrilling their 15,000 fans on Day 1 New Zealand's SailGP team, skippered by Peter Burling, gave a sailing masterclass, thrilling their fans, on Lyttleton harbour for the opening day of the SailGP Christchurch regatta. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 18 Mar 05:01 UTC Wearn finishes 3rd at ILCA European Championships Wearn finishes 3rd at ILCA European Championships A difficult week of sailing in Andora, Italy Matt Wearn (AST) has finished best of the Australians competing at the ILCA European Championships in Andora, Italy, while Tokyo Olympian, Mara Stransky (ASS), has come out the top Australian in the ILCA 6 in what has been a difficult week of sailing. by Di Pearson / AST media Posted 18 Mar 02:47 UTC Snipe Western Hemisphere Championship day 4 Snipe Western Hemisphere Championship day 4 Locals rule, but Soubie & Lipszyc maintain the lead A promising start to day 4 for the Snipe Western Hemisphere & Asia competitors in Algarrobo, Chile after a day spent on land yesterday. The day started overcast, which is a better chance for wind, which arrived for the Race Committee to complete 2 races. by International Snipe Class Posted 17 Mar 21:31 UTC Vaikobi polarized ocean eyewear Vaikobi polarized ocean eyewear Protect your eyes from direct sun and water-reflected light Life in the sun? Vaikobi polarized ocean eyewear has you covered. Our sunnies protect you from direct sun and water-reflected light. by Vaikobi Ocean Performance Posted 17 Mar 21:30 UTC SailGP: Kiwis under threat by the Gang of Four SailGP: Kiwis under threat by the Gang of Four Technical issues and a shortened event have put Kiwis in a precarious position on the leaderboard Because of the effects of two weather events, SailGP Christchurch, Russell Coutts says the Kiwi team are "in the precarious position of fighting for points with France, Emirates Great Britain SailGP Team and Denmark." by Russell Coutts/SailGP Posted 17 Mar 20:07 UTC
North Sails 2021 Innovation - FOOTERLloyd Stevenson - Artnautica60 728x90px BOTTOMHella Dual Colour Floodlights - 728 x 90px - 1 jpg Bottom