Please select your home edition
Edition
Typhoon 2022 LEADERBOARD
NSW 18ft Skiff Championship Race 2 NSW 18ft Skiff Championship Race 2 Andoo team extended its lead in the series The Andoo team of John Winning Jr., Seve Jarvin and Sam Newton extended its lead in the NSW 18ft Skiff Championship with another top class exhibition in the North East wind conditions which prevailed for Race 2 of the series on Sydney Harbour today. by Frank Quealey Posted 4 Dec 08:16 GMT Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 5 Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 5 Four more races held on the Rio de la Plata On the penultimate day of racing at the Moth World Championship the wind again delivered on a typical spring day on the Rio de la Plata and four more races were completed. by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 Posted 4 Dec 05:52 GMT Small Boats, Big Talent Return to St. Maarten Small Boats, Big Talent Return to St. Maarten Pamala Baldwin offers places on her J122 for young and rising talent On the water there's everything from Maxis with their professional crews, through to thrill-seeking catamarans, and the sportsboat classes, with skippers and crews ranging from Olympic sailors, world-class tacticians and navigators to newcomers. by St. Maarten Heineken Regatta Posted 4 Dec 00:13 GMT Survey looks at how to support women in sailing Survey looks at how to support women in sailing Seeking to understand participation and boat ownership in Ireland Irish Sailing and the Irish Cruiser Racing Association would like to find out more about women's sailing participation and boat ownership. by Irish Sailing Team Posted 3 Dec 23:15 GMT Nearly 200 expected for next Transat Jacques Vabre Nearly 200 expected for next Transat Jacques Vabre Almost 100 duos across the three open classes have already entered The Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre will celebrate its 30th anniversary in Le Havre before the two-handed Tranatlantic race heads to Martinique, where the finish of the race known as the Route du Café will be hosted for the second time in a row. by TJV Media Posted 3 Dec 17:25 GMT London and South East Topper Traveller Series London and South East Topper Traveller Series Who won this year, out of 200 sailors? London and South East season has now come to a close with the final event at Papercourt. Its been the biggest year ever with fourteen traveller events from February to November, and with 157 5.3 sailors and 43 4.2 sailors attending various events. by Oli Yates Posted 3 Dec 16:46 GMT Blackwater SC are finalists for Club of the Year Blackwater SC are finalists for Club of the Year You can vote now, ahead of the final at the Dinghy Show in February Blackwater Sailing Club is proud and honoured to have been chosen as the RYA East region finalist for the prestigious Royal Yachting Association and Sailing Today with Yachts & Yachting Magazine 2023 club of the year award. by Nigel Butler Posted 3 Dec 15:07 GMT Yorkshire Dales Brass Monkey preview Yorkshire Dales Brass Monkey preview Amazing Yorkshire value: low entry fee includes lunch and snacks The Selden Sailjuice Winter Series is now well under way and the next event is the always popular Brass Monkey on Tuesday 27th December at Yorkshire Dales SC. by Philip Whitehead Posted 3 Dec 13:43 GMT Entry is open for the ASF sailing scholarshop Entry is open for the ASF sailing scholarshop Performance Academy Sailing Scholarship from Andrew Simpson Foundation The Performance Academy Sailing Scholarship (PASS) is a unique opportunity for the Andrew Simpson Foundation (ASF) to provide pathway sailors subsidised additional training and support through the Performance Academy programmes by Andrew Simpson Foundation Posted 3 Dec 12:30 GMT Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 4 Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 4 Four races held on the Rio de la Plata After no racing on the third day, the Rio de la Plata delivered and four successful races were held on the fourth day. The first and second races were held in winds from the ESE, close to 9 knots. by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 Posted 3 Dec 07:00 GMT Rooster partners with the Final Straw foundation Rooster partners with the Final Straw foundation To launch their Clean Christmas campagin This campaign aims to tackle the classic Christmas giveaways differently this year, in favour to reduce waste and environmental impact. There are two ways in which Rooster are offering people to get involved. by Kate Morrison Posted 2 Dec 18:00 GMT Iconic GJW Direct Bloody Mary Pursuit Race is back Iconic GJW Direct Bloody Mary Pursuit Race is back Are you brave enough? Following a two-year break thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Bloody Mary, the 6th leg of the SailJuice Winter Series, will take place on 7 January 2023 at QMSC in Ashford, Middlesex. by Katie Osborne Posted 2 Dec 16:12 GMT Typhoon continue 29er UK sponsorship in 2023 Typhoon continue 29er UK sponsorship in 2023 Official Technical Clothing Class Sponsor for the third consecutive year Typhoon International has confirmed that it will be continuing its sponsorship of the 29er UK Class Association in 2023. by Typhoon International Posted 2 Dec 11:53 GMT Evolution of the IRC code zero Evolution of the IRC code zero A conversation with North Sails In our previous article we spoke with Ronan Grealish from North Sails on the topic of reaching sail configurations for double-handed racing. Now we continue the conversation to take a closer look at the design philosophy and evolution of the code zero. by Calanach Finlayson Posted 2 Dec 09:00 GMT Angel of the North and Swansea Spartan team racing Angel of the North and Swansea Spartan team racing Manchester victorious at Derwent, Swansea win at home The Angel of the North at Derwent Reservoir saw sailable wind all weekend, albeit shifty, which made it tough for the race committee. There were 24 team entries, comprising 13 teams from the North of England, ten Scottish teams, and a Derwent Youth Team. by Nigel Vick Posted 1 Dec 20:42 GMT 150 days until La Transat Paprec race start 150 days until La Transat Paprec race start The first ever transatlantic race for mixed male/female double-handed crews On 30 April 2023 - in just 150 days - La Transat Paprec will officially kick off from Concarneau in Brittany, France, setting sail for Saint-Barthélemy, the 'pearl of the Caribbean'. by OC Sport Pen Duick Posted 1 Dec 19:32 GMT New Rooster Aquafleece® robe New Rooster Aquafleece® robe The first watersports robe with a removable lining The first watersports robe with a removable lining - for easy cleaning/drying. Oversized,warm and versatile jacket with removable quick drying teddy fleece lining - the perfect jacket for warming up after a sports activity. by Rooster Posted 1 Dec 19:23 GMT HP30 Class 2023 Programme HP30 Class 2023 Programme The racing looks set to continue to be exciting and demanding The 2023 season will be the seventh season for the HP30 class and with a dozen boats entered, the racing looks set to continue to be exciting and demanding. by Joe Hall Posted 1 Dec 19:13 GMT French Olympic Week in Hyères registration open French Olympic Week in Hyères registration open The meeting will be all-star showing with more than 700 competitors expected from over 50 nations With Paris 2024 Olympic Games just over a year away, the world's best athletes will be present in Hyères. And on the water, the 10 Olympic series will put on a show! by Fédération Française de Voile Posted 1 Dec 18:21 GMT Marine Resources latest jobs Marine Resources latest jobs Break the scrolling cycle and expand your horizons In today's culture, it's easier to consume more content than ever, with the average adult spending 147 minutes a day on social media. Break the scrolling cycle and expand your horizons by browsing the latest news and jobs in the marine industry. by Marine Resources Posted 1 Dec 17:00 GMT Oxford Magnum team racing event Oxford Magnum team racing event Sunday morning brings a glassy reservoir This weekend saw 20 teams from around the country descend upon Oxford Sailing Club to compete in the annual Oxford Magnum. Good breeze on Saturday allowed 100 races to be completed, but a dying wind on Sunday forced racing to end after only 34 races. by Helen Jones Posted 1 Dec 16:32 GMT Barcelona to host the 2023 Rolex TP52 Worlds Barcelona to host the 2023 Rolex TP52 Worlds The first time that the event will be held in the Catalan capital city The 2023 Rolex TP52 World Championship will be contested on the 37th America's Cup racing waters off Barcelona during the week 21st to 26th August when Doug DeVos' Quantum Racing will seek to defend the world title which they won this year in Cascais. by 52 Super Series Posted 1 Dec 15:54 GMT Introducing the new The Ocean Race VO65 Sprint Cup Introducing the new The Ocean Race VO65 Sprint Cup A new trophy is announced for the VO65 one design class in The Ocean Race 2022-23 Along with five confirmed IMOCA teams racing around the world, up to five VO65 teams will be on the starting line in Alicante, Spain in January, with an option to compete for a new trophy within The Ocean Race called The Ocean Race VO65 Sprint Cup. by The Ocean Race Posted 1 Dec 15:25 GMT West Country Classic Series Prizegiving West Country Classic Series Prizegiving 28 skippers, crews and supporters at Saltash Sailing Club Heavy rain and a howling wind welcomed twenty-eight skippers, crews and supporters to the West Country Classics Series prize-giving at Saltash Sailing Club on November 26th. by Don Garman Posted 1 Dec 12:31 GMT Application open for recyclable sailing school Application open for recyclable sailing school Competition opens to sailing clubs globally Northern Light Composites and not-for-profit Clean Sailors have opened a competition to give sailing clubs around the world the chance to own one of the first ecoOptimists ever produced. by Clean Sailors Posted 1 Dec 10:58 GMT Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 2 Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 2 Massimo Contessi leads after another challenging day on the water The second day of the Moth World Championship, organized by the Yacht Club Argentino, was another complicated one due to the weather conditions. After the morning sailors' meeting, the Race Committee decided to wait ashore first due to lack of wind. by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 Posted 1 Dec 05:26 GMT Dragon class celebrates 75 years of Edinburgh Cup Dragon class celebrates 75 years of Edinburgh Cup Teams from around the globe will compete to win the Open British Dragon Championship In 1949 The Edinburgh Cup was gifted to the BDA by the Duke of Edinburgh after the members of the Island SC presented the then Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip with a Dragon named Bluebottle on the occasion of their marriage in 1948. by British Dragon Association Posted 30 Nov 17:12 GMT Good breeze on the cards for Datchet Flyer Good breeze on the cards for Datchet Flyer Moderate north-westerlies set for 2nd event in Seldén SailJuice Winter Series Moderate north-westerlies are forecast for this weekend's Datchet Flyer the second event in this season's Seldén SailJuice Winter Series. Almost 50 boats from more than 25 different dinghy classes have entered, with many of the usual suspects. by Andy Rice Posted 30 Nov 13:54 GMT The Ocean Race announces new partnership The Ocean Race announces new partnership Red Sea Global becomes The Ocean Race's Regenerative Project Partner Following the recent announcement of an extensive new relationship with Warner Bros. Discovery, The Ocean Race has confirmed a new partnership agreement which will be the first to be amplified via its worldwide broadcast partner. by The Ocean Race Posted 30 Nov 12:12 GMT Toppers at Papercourt Toppers at Papercourt ITCA London and South East Topper Traveller Autumn Series 2022 event 14 The 14th Traveller on the London and South East region and End of Seasons season event. The event was held on Saturday 26th. by Oli Yates Posted 30 Nov 11:08 GMT America's Cup: Match dates released America's Cup: Match dates released AC37 Event Limited (ACE) have confirmed both the intended race area and the race dates for the Ameri AC37 Event Limited (ACE) have confirmed both the intended race area and the race dates for the America's Cup Match 2024. The 37th Match will start on October 12, 2024 and racing is scheduled to October 27, 2024. by America's Cup Media Posted 30 Nov 08:56 GMT Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 1 Moth Worlds at Buenos Aires, Argentina day 1 Dylan Fletcher wins the only race on a light wind day The 2022 Moth Class World Championship, organized by the Yacht Club Argentino, got off to a slow start waiting for the wind. With 39 participants from 9 countries, the first day of racing had been eagerly anticipated. by Moth Worlds Argentina 2022 Posted 30 Nov 06:19 GMT 18ft Skiffs: Andoo sets the benchmark 18ft Skiffs: Andoo sets the benchmark A polished performance in difficult wind conditions in the NSW Championship opener The Andoo team of John Winning Jr, Seve Jarvin and Sam Newton have set a high benchmark to the rest of the 18 footer fleet competing in the NSW Championship, following a polished performance in very difficult wind conditions on Sydney Harbour last Sunday. by Frank Quealey Posted 30 Nov 06:10 GMT RS Aero UK Youth Team Winter Training RS Aero UK Youth Team Winter Training Greeted by a brisk 15 knot southerly on Saturday 15 keen RS Aero sailors arrived at Lee on the Solent for the second RS Aero UK Youth Team Winter Training of this winter and were greeted by a brisk 15 knot southerly. by Tom Ahlheid Posted 30 Nov 05:54 GMT Team Malizia's sailing crew is complete Team Malizia's sailing crew is complete And ready to compete in The Ocean Race Yann Eliès and Axelle Pillain join Boris Herrmann, Will Harris, Rosalin Kuiper, Nicolas Lunven and Antoine Auriol for The Ocean Race 2022-23. They will compete with the brand new IMOCA race yacht Malizia - Seaexplorer. by Team Malizia Posted 30 Nov 00:41 GMT Bacardi Cup and Star Class launch U30 Program Bacardi Cup and Star Class launch U30 Program Partnership to support young Star class sailors For 2023, Bacardi in partnership with the Star Class is launching a focused commitment to the next generation of Star Class through the Bacardi Cup U30 Program. by Luissa Smith Posted 29 Nov 21:29 GMT Catherine Chabaud has double reason to celebrate Catherine Chabaud has double reason to celebrate After Rhum Mono Class Second Place Catherine Chabaud completed a successful, popular return to ocean racing when she finished the 12th Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe in second place in the Rhum Mono class. by La Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe Posted 29 Nov 16:42 GMT GKA Kite-Surf & Hydrofoil-Freestyle Worlds overall GKA Kite-Surf & Hydrofoil-Freestyle Worlds overall Brodel's brilliance - trail blazing to another Hydrofoil world title The Frenchman blazed his way to another hydrofoil world title, landing two moves for the first time in competition along the way. by Jim Gaunt Posted 29 Nov 16:22 GMT Hamble Winter Series week 8 Hamble Winter Series week 8 Jago wins Yacht of the Series and the Paul Heys Trophy There is really only one place to start this week. JAGO, Mike and Susie Yates, Yacht of the Series and Paul Heys Trophy winner. This very well sailed J109, has had a remarkable season. by Trevor Pountain Posted 29 Nov 16:02 GMT Ocean Safety set for boot Dusseldorf 2023 Ocean Safety set for boot Dusseldorf 2023 The marine safety specialist will be hosted by its German leisure distributor Ocean Safety will be shining a spotlight on marine safety and showcasing an extensive selection of its innovative lifesaving equipment at boot Dusseldorf, 21-29 January 2023. by Ocean Safety Posted 29 Nov 14:30 GMT Project Landspeed: Heading back to the drying lake Project Landspeed: Heading back to the drying lake The land speed team will head back to Lake Gairdner this weekend and the prospect of 200km/h runs The land speed team will head back to the lake this weekend to set up for what is hoped will be a couple of weeks of dry lake speed runs in breeze forecast to be 20 knots + to help work Horonuku up closer to the 200km/h mark. by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 29 Nov 12:13 GMT RS400 Winter Series at Belfast Lough day 4 RS400 Winter Series at Belfast Lough day 4 Yet another 'punchy' forecast of 20+ knots was on the cards Yet another 'punchy' forecast of 20+ knots was on the cards, but as the fleet rigged up in bright sunshine and looked out at the lightish breeze and flat water there was even mention of softer rig settings, keeping with tradition that wouldn't last long. by Richard McCaig Posted 29 Nov 10:21 GMT Golden Globe Race lifesaving regulations Golden Globe Race lifesaving regulations Asteria sinking, lessons to be learnt Many people talk about the eye watering effort GGR entrants make to meet the tough safety and qualifying requirements of this gruelling mind game called the Golden Globe. When all the boxes are ticked, they finally receive a "green card". by Golden Globe Race Posted 29 Nov 07:01 GMT Viking Marine DMYC Frostbite Series update Viking Marine DMYC Frostbite Series update Hot competition for Fireballs in Dun Laoghaire Fireballs are having a hot time of it at the Viking Marine DMYC Frostbite series in Dun Laoghaire. by Frank Miller Posted 29 Nov 06:23 GMT The Man in the Tower The Man in the Tower We speak to SailGP's Chief Umpire Back in August it was a frustrated Sir Ben Ainslie who suggested that the onlooking Duchess of Cambridge should "send him to the Tower", referring to the Chief Umpire following a rule call at the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix. by Mark Jardine Posted 28 Nov 21:21 GMT Thoughts of a Midlands Topper Sailor Parent Thoughts of a Midlands Topper Sailor Parent An excellent short summary of his son's sailing journey so far John Gathergood has put together an excellent short summary of his son, Peter's sailing journey so far that is definitely worth sharing. Peter sails a Topper Dinghy and is a member of Youth Race Squad, led by Race Coach; Stephanie Gunn at Notts County SC. by John Gathergood & Mike Powell Posted 28 Nov 16:11 GMT RS Tera South West Squad Camp at the WPNSA RS Tera South West Squad Camp at the WPNSA Eight South West boats travel from as far as Fowey to join with 30 Southern boats The training camp at WPNSA was run jointly with the RS Tera Southern Squad, and saw eight South West boats travel from as far as Fowey to join with 30 Southern boats, for a weekend of Tera-specific coaching. by Peter Solly Posted 28 Nov 15:55 GMT Port of Dover awarded Clean Regatta certification Port of Dover awarded Clean Regatta certification The world's leading environmental accreditation for water-based events The Port of Dover has been awarded a platinum sustainable certification for the outstanding 2022 Dover Regatta, held in August of this year and delivered in partnership with Destination Dover. by Port of Dover Posted 28 Nov 14:12 GMT
Entry is open for the ASF sailing scholarshopThe Performance Academy Sailing Scholarship (PASS) is a unique opportunity for the Andrew Simpson Foundation (ASF) to provide pathway sailors subsidised additional training and support through the Performance Academy programmesThe Man in the TowerBack in August it was a frustrated Sir Ben Ainslie who suggested that the onlooking Duchess of Cambridge should "send him to the Tower", referring to the Chief Umpire following a rule call at the Great Britain Sail Grand Prix.Rooster partners with the Final Straw foundationThis campaign aims to tackle the classic Christmas giveaways differently this year, in favour to reduce waste and environmental impact. There are two ways in which Rooster are offering people to get involved.Video Interview with Seldén's Mats-Uno FredriksonSwedish mast and deck hardware manufacturer, Seldén Mast has expanded its range of electronically driven sail handling products with the launch of the CXe45 two-speed electric Code 0 furler. We spoke to Seldén's Mats-Uno Fredrikson to find out more.Typhoon continue 29er UK sponsorship in 2023Typhoon International has confirmed that it will be continuing its sponsorship of the 29er UK Class Association in 2023.Interview with Sailmon's Kalle CosterSailmon don't just make instruments, and the Sailmon Sailing App is becoming a powerful tool for analysis, event organisation, photos and video from your sailing, as well as sharing and connecting with the wider sailing community.Evolution of the IRC code zeroIn our previous article we spoke with Ronan Grealish from North Sails on the topic of reaching sail configurations for double-handed racing. Now we continue the conversation to take a closer look at the design philosophy and evolution of the code zero.Interview with Ocean Safety's Alistair HackettOcean Safety's Managing Director Alistair Hackett, discusses marine safety and innovative lifesaving equipment at METS 2022 with Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com Managing Editor Mark Jardine.New Rooster Aquafleece® robeThe first watersports robe with a removable lining - for easy cleaning/drying. Oversized,warm and versatile jacket with removable quick drying teddy fleece lining - the perfect jacket for warming up after a sports activity.Interview with Jake Keilman and Todd WilsonMark Jardine, Managing Editor of Sail-World.com and YachtsandYachting.com talks to Jake Keilman and Todd Wilson of Vakaros at METSTRADE 2022 about the small, but incredibly powerful, Atlas 2 sailing instrument.Marine Resources latest jobsIn today's culture, it's easier to consume more content than ever, with the average adult spending 147 minutes a day on social media. Break the scrolling cycle and expand your horizons by browsing the latest news and jobs in the marine industry.Location. Location. Location.The Land Rats have it as a footnote on every page of their bible. In bold, too. And they probably chant it every morning at their group love-ins before hitting the phones.Ocean Safety set for boot Dusseldorf 2023Ocean Safety will be shining a spotlight on marine safety and showcasing an extensive selection of its innovative lifesaving equipment at boot Dusseldorf, 21-29 January 2023.Interview with Cyclops Marine CTO Ed ColbyWe spoke to Ed Colby of Cyclops Marine during METSTRADE 2022 about the latest innovations that they have made, including the world's first Wireless Load Pin for Sailing Yachts, which was nominated for a DAME Design Award.Henri-Lloyd GORE-TEX® SaleHenri-Lloyd's range of Waterproof, Windproof and Breathable GORE-TEX® sailing products have been designed and built to keep you dry and protected through the harshest of conditions. Shop now and enjoy an additional 20% off all GORE-TEX® products.The Boy in the BubbleIf you haven't listened to Paul Simon's 1986 album Graceland, then you've missed out, and I highly recommend you do.