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The Top 10 Biggest Sailing Stories of 2019: Part 2

by Andy Rice 17 Dec 2019 00:30 PST
NYYC American Magic - The team's first AC75 sails for the first time. © Amory Ross

In the second and concluding part of the Top 10 biggest stories of 2019, the list from 5 to 1 looks like more familiar territory (compared with some of the wild and wacky revelations in Part 1), although there are still some notable events missing from the list.

Quizzed by Andy Rice, Mark Jardine reveals the most-read stories in 2019 from his successful news websites, Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com...

For more insights from the Grand Prix racing world, go to www.sailjuice.com

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