The much-anticipated Season 2 of SailGP, the global championship that has redefined sailing, commences in Bermuda on 24 April.
Both crews headed out to the Hauraki Gulf looking to keep it simple, and stick to what they had trained for years to do.
This week sees maxi yachts, both classic and modern, descend upon the Cote d’Azur for the second week of the new format Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez.
Extreme South African adventurer, Zirk Botha (59) has passed the three-quarter mark in his transatlantic ocean row from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro, a total distance of 7200km or 4000 nautical miles (nm).
The Swiss Club has taken the tough decision to move forward the 10th edition of the Gstaad Yacht Club Centenary Trophy, the regatta dedicated to boats one hundred years and more of age that over the years has become a true tradition for the best centenarian sailing yachts in the Mediterranean.
Yannick Bestaven, the 48 year old French skipper of Maître Coq IV, is the overall winner of the ninth edition of the Vendée Globe.
The Nautor’s Swan Experience is scheduled to be held, from 13 to 20 October, at the impressive Marina di Scarlino in Baia Scarlino on the Tuscan seaboard, host to the recent Swan Tuscany Challenge, which was received with great enthusiasm by participating owners.
The Rolex Middle Sea Race always demands the highest standards in sailors of all generations, both professional and Corinthian. This year, the 41st edition, demonstrated profoundly the human endeavour required to succeed.
The Swan Tuscany Challenge heralds the return of the fun and excitement of gentlemanly competition in the bay of Scarlino.
The line honours titles, awarded to the fastest multihull and monohull yachts, have been decided at the 2020 Rolex Middle Sea Race.
COVID 19 has forced sports to a lengthy interruption but the 21st Rolex Swan Cup will take center stage in early September as one of the first international sailing competitions. Racing commences on Tuesday, 8 September, and runs through to the following Sunday.
Supported by Rolex since 2002 and organized by the Royal Malta Yacht Club (RMYC), the annual Rolex Middle Sea Race commenced today from Valletta.
The Mediterranean sea and Porto Cervo are going to hot the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup .
Unstable weather conditions on the Tuscan coast forced a shortened racing programme today at the Swan One Design Worlds.
Yacht Club Costa Smeralda and Nautor’s Swan, together with its longstanding partner Rolex, are pleased to confirm the 2020 Rolex Swan Cup will take place from 7th to 13th September, in the amazing setting of Porto Cervo, Sardinia, in the full respect of the Govenment instructions for the safety and health of all participants.