Tuiga, the flagship of the Yacht Club Monaco, won the first place Overall of the IX Principality of Monaco Trophy the Vintage Sails in the lagoon, event promoted by Anna Licia Balzan, Honorary Consul of the Principality of Monaco in Venice.
Every offshore race offers a unique and stringent examination of human perseverance as sailors are presented with the challenges introduced by the wind and the sea.
The 2022 Rolex Giraglia offshore race is underway. Partnered by Rolex since 1998, this historic competition is considered one of the most important sailing events in the Mediterranean.
Just one week after Emirates Team New Zealand first christened their hydrogen-powered foiling catamaran ‘Chase Zero’, the 10m prototype was up and foiling around the Waitematā harbour in Auckland today.
Heat is on for the inshore races.
When the Grand Final of SailGP Season 2 got under way on San Francisco Bay on Sunday 27 March, the previous 47 races in the eight-event series arguably counted for nothing.
Only in Venice can you have a maxi yacht regatta in the city center.
Emirates Team New Zealand and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron are pleased to announce Barcelona, in the region of Catalonia as the Host Venue for the 37th America’s Cup to be held in September and October of 2024.
Join the AEGEAN 600 and live the Aegean Magic.
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.
For nearly seventy years, the Rolex Giraglia has ignited passion in the sport of sailing.
The RORC Caribbean 600, the opening event of the International Maxi Association’s Caribbean Maxi Challenge, was coming to a light air conclusion this afternoon with three of the 18 maxi yacht starters (from a total fleet of 74) still to finish.
The International Maxi Association’s 2022 Mediterranean Maxi Inshore Challenge had a successful start with the Real Club Nautico de Palma’s traditional season opener, Palmavela concluding today.
The International Maxi Association’s Caribbean Maxi Challenge is due to make a strong start from Antigua with the new series’ first event, the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s Caribbean 600.
The Rolex countdown clock is ticking for the 26 yachts competing in the International Maxi Association’s first ever Maxi European Championship, taking place over 14-21st May out of Sorrento, Italy.