As the Americas Cup brings its greatest Cup race in history to a close. The Volvo Ocean Race 2014-2015 is just getting starting to get ‘wet’. Team SCA splashed the first One Design VO65 a few days ago. This boat will be sailed by the all girls team that we mentioned back in August of last […]Read More Americas Cup to Volvo Ocean Race
Yesterday could have marked the end for the American team. However, with a solid win in the first race, living by the old adage “win the start and extend your lead”, Oracle held them off once more. A race cancellation due to wind strengths just prior to the 2nd start […]Read More Foiling Upwind? Not a Problem…….
The Vendee Globe challengers are approaching the end, which may come as early as this weekend. However, the drama has not stopped. Jean-Pierre Dick (still in third but surely to be passed soon), has broken his keel, but is puttering along at a measly 11 knots. The skipper of Virbac -Paprec 3 has yet to […]Read More The End is Near…
This is perhaps one of the most beautiful regatta destinations in the world. Check out late last year’s highlights from the beautiful West Indies. Hopefully this year’s Antigua Sailing Week will bring just as much beautiful weather, big waves and plenty of breeze. Check out http://www.sailingweek.com for details on this years event.Read More Antigua Sailing Week Wrap-up
Haven’t seen much from these guys lately, but the Extreme 40 Series is still going strong. The fleet saw some good action off of the southern coast of France this week, in the beautiful city of Nice. With a challenging start, a.k.a. crash, Team Edmonds de Rothschild had to make some repairs after day 2. The […]Read More Extreme 40’s, Niece
Probably the most extreme Ac 45 wipe-out……… See some of the race day highlights from Plymouth, day 2. This must have been some sort of record for ‘amount of broaches in one day’ !!Read More More Crash Highlights – AC 45