Redemption day

Emirates Team New Zealand have spectacularly erased the bitterness and weight of past disappointments to clinch the America’s Cup in emphatic style in Bermuda.

Winter special

A decent breeze with consistent puffs made for an outstanding day on Sydney Harbour for Race 8 of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia’s Land Rover Winter Series.

Foiling test

After a successful debut Act in 2016, the Extreme Sailing Series™ will return to Portugal’s Madeira Islands for the third round of the 2017 season.

175th Festival of Sails schedule

The Festival of Sails 2018 will run over the event’s traditional Australia Day long weekend timeslot and coincide with the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, offering an unprecedented amount of activity, entertainment and celebration of sport on the Geelong waterfront January 26-28.

Up and coming confidence

Teaming up with the America’s Cup Endeavour Program, Hobie brought youth sailors from around the world to the Bermuda and the 35th America’s Cup for the adventure of a lifetime.

Sporty days and spicy nights

Sporty sailing conditions by day, spiced rum and dancing by night: Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week delivered 24/7, for the hundreds of sailors who turned up to race in the waters off Long Beach, California over the weekend.

Pride of the fleet

With the shore crews of Oracle Team USA and Emirates Team New Zealand working around the clock to get their charges ready for the next instalment of the America’s Cup showdown, the focus has been on the Cup’s history and the stunning J Class yachts. 

Power to burn

A moody Sydney winter’s day with sou’west breeze gusting close to 30 knots provided the first heavy weather hit out in a long time for the MC38 fleet contesting the second act of their Winter Series.

Fresh challenge

After weeks of light winds, a south south-westerly gusting to up to 30 knots delivered much needed heavy air training for crews in the CYCA’s Land Rover Winter Series.

Opening account

Melges 32 World Champion Italy’s Alessandro Rombelli and his crew on Stig tapped into their extensive racing experience in winning the first event on the brand new Melges 40 Grand Prix circuit.

Cycle switch

The Volvo Ocean Race will switch from a 3-year to a 2-year cycle after the upcoming 2017-18 edition, a change that will provide more continuity and more commercial value for professional sailing teams, sponsors and Host Cities.