Emirates Team New Zealand has released a statement after being cleared of any impropriety or wrongdoing in an audit.
Australian Sailing has resolved to strengthen youth pathways in sailing after undertaking a thorough review.
The Royal Yacht Club of Victoria has made the decision to cancel the 2020 Lipton Cup Regatta due to COVID-19.
Italian yard Solaris Yachts has built their largest sailing yacht to date, launching the Solaris 111.
One of the long list of super-talented JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship-winning skippers is the 2004 champion, Britain’s Rob Greenhalgh.
The 2020 edition of the Cannes Yachting Festival has been cancelled following government restrictions.
Skippers and crew react to the cancellation of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia’s Noakes Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Race for 2020.
Mike Pritchard and his Oskana crew are eying up a tilt at the Launceston to Hobart Race, scheduled for 27 December.
Long before the experience of solo adventurers struck a chord during social isolation, AJ ‘Sandy’ Mackinnon’s charming and slightly eccentric 2002 account of sailing a Mirror dinghy from North Wales to the Black Sea inspired a cult following.
Buoyed by the highly successful return to yacht racing on Hobart’s River Derwent this winter, the Combined Clubs Committee has set a challenging program for the 2020–21 summer racing season.
Sailors join the WASZP class to breaking up their training regimes as they head towards Tokyo Olympics.
The first steps back to normality are soon to be taken with the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup set to go ahead in Porto Cervo, Italy.
Southport Yacht Club member David Hows has entered Silver Fern into the 2021 Bartercard Sail Paradise Regatta.
The International Finn Association has confirmed that the 2020 Finn Gold Cup set for October has been cancelled.
The 43rd Cannes Yachting Festival, planned for September, will be the first international boat show to reopen its doors.
Zhik launches a weatherproof, washable and comfortable Face Mask for sailing and watersports.