Here are some great highlights from the closest Volvo Ocean Race/ Whitbread Cup ever in the history of the two race’s. Be sure to tune in when the new one design boats and their new teams leave from Alicante, Spain in 2014. I know I will……Read More A Look Back at VOR
A documentary highlighting the best footage from the 2011-2012 Volvo Ocean Race. This one deserves to be in your sailing vid archives. Take one last 1 hour trip with these boats and their crew. The race started in Alicante, Spain in October 2011 and concluded, around the world, in Galway, Ireland in July 2012. The teams sailed some […]Read More V.O.R. Take a Final Look….
…..hairiest moments compilation. Enjoy.Read More Volvo Ocean Race 2011-’12’s….
Here are the highlights of the last in-port race and the last race that these boats will see as part of the Volvo Ocean Race. Enjoy, as Team Puma take the win and become the overall winners of the Volvo Ocean Race In-port Race Series. Never a dull moment even in the final minutes…… See […]Read More The Last Volvo Ocean Race for the VO 70’s
Leg 7 Is underway……Read More Volvo Ocean Race…..
If you are near Miami, Florida you may want to consider stopping by the Race Village and checking out the sites the next few days. The teams have under 250 NM and are currently expected to arrive tomorrow evening. So head on down, see the sites and watch the boats finish. Hopefully Team Puma will […]Read More VOR – A Finish In Miami
Go Puma! As the teams cross the equator for the fourth and final time. Sailors take a moment to celebrate the moment with some rum. Catch up with some of the worlds best sailors as they approach Miami, Florida. Volvo Ocean RaceRead More Team Puma Lead Across the Equator
Leg 6 to Miami, live footage at 1300 EST!Read More LIVE! Volvo Ocean Race
Video highlights of a disastrous leg 5. Mar Mastro was the only boat to escape with no damage. Now that all boats have arrived in Brazil (one way or another), let’s take a look and review……Read More A Most Destructive Leg – VOR
Volvo Ocean Race has seen yet another disaster. Leg leaders, Groupama have unfortunately been dis-masted just some 600NM from the finish line. This may have been some sort of record for the Volvo Ocean Race and Whitbread Cups combined, for being the most disastrous leg in history. Abu Dhabi, who never seemed to quite catch up from their initial […]Read More It Takes Two To Tango….
Just as the things started looking up for the China based team, Sanya reported a rudder failure and luckily was able to make an at sea repair with the spare rudder. Here is Skipper Mike Sanderson’s take……. Here is some more on that, as well as some high speed surfing action……Read More OH Sanya
The fleet had a short lay over in the worlds sailing capital and are off to leg 5. Only 6000 NM to go. Team Abu Dhabi had a major bulkhead failure and had to return to port after leading the pack just some 40 NM outside of Auckland. The rest of pack has been experiencing some harsh […]Read More The Hardest Part is Yet to Come……