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Show news Golden Globe 2018 - one last finisher 3 years late
Captain Coconut should enter the Les Sables d'Olonne River around 1500hrs
Posted on 27 May
Golden Globe Race launch event at Scarborough
Guy Waites to give a talk, amidst club's special races and reception
Posted on 17 May
GGR entrants, three months to go!
No room for error as many set sail to the start
Posted on 11 May
Abhilash Tomy re-enters 2022 Golden Globe Race
A Navy commander who had previously sailed solo non-stop around the world
Posted on 23 Mar
Preparing for longest sporting event in the world
23 sailors from all over the world will embark on an adventure of a lifetime for more than 200 days
Posted on 16 Mar
Ocean Globe Race: Auckland on stopover shortlist
Auckland is competing with two Australian ports to host the Southern Ocean stopover for Ocean Globe
Posted on 10 Mar
Multi-crew circumnavigators register launched
This latest roll of honour currently lists 1,848 individual circumnavigations
Posted on 23 Feb
Preparing Sagarmatha for the Golden Globe Race
Guy Waites updates us on progress made in the chilly conditions
Posted on 15 Feb
Guy Waites to compete in 2022 Golden Globe Race
Yorkshire resident and Scarborough Yacht Club member
Posted on 8 Feb
Golden Globe Entrants sail halfway around world
South African Kirsten Neuschäfer, the only woman in the Golden Globe, halfway through 14,000nm sail
Posted on 27 Jan
Mark Sinclair sets sails to compete his GGR voyage
Golden Globe Race 2022 skippers and organizers are busy at sea, in the sheds, or at Paris Boat Show
Posted on 3 Dec 2021
Australian entrant in Golden Globe Race wrecked
Michael Davey (60) was wrecked in a gale after competing his qualifying voyage for the GGR
Posted on 7 Nov 2021
Boss is on holidays, the "A" team is taking over
Don McIntyre is about to go sailing!
Posted on 28 Oct 2021
Golden Globe Race team at Southampton Boat Show
Les Sables d'Olonne and the Golden Globe Race held a media briefing
Posted on 20 Sep 2021
365 days before return of the Golden Globe Race
26 skippers from 11 countries confirm their entry in the third edition
Posted on 2 Sep 2021
An epic feat of human endurance
Skipper Ian Herbert-Jones prepares for sea trials ahead of the 2022 Golden Globe Race
Posted on 11 Jun 2021
Guy Waites prepares for Golden Globe Race
Difficult shakedown voyage from Panama for Scarborough YC member
Posted on 29 May 2021
World capital of single-handed ocean racing
Les Sables d'Olonne is now preparing to welcome you for the next great adventures
Posted on 24 Mar 2021
Les Sables d'Olonne France official launch
28 entrants from 11 countries signed on
Posted on 23 Mar 2021
Damien Guillou & PRB enter Golden Globe Race 2022
Preparing to take up an extraordinary challenge
Posted on 19 Mar 2021
Cup news, Vendee Globe finishers, GGR 2022 update
Latest newsletter from Sail-World's David Schmidt in the USA
Posted on 2 Mar 2021
Dalton brothers take on GGR and America's Cup
The Dalton family wants it all!!
Posted on 27 Feb 2021
Melissa Payne takes helm for 2022 GGR and 2023 OGR
The Golden Globe Race currently has 28 entrants from 11 countries
Posted on 25 Feb 2021
Top 10 Biggest Sailing Stories of 2020 part 2
Mark Jardine and Andy Rice chat about the top five articles
Posted on 31 Dec 2020
Marlow Ropes partner with Ian Herbert Jones
As the UK Skipper prepares for the 2022 Golden Globe Race
Posted on 27 Nov 2020
Cape Horners launch solo circumnavigators register
Those who have completed solo circumnavigations via the Three Great Capes
Posted on 30 Oct 2020
Celebrating offshore success and the CCA's awards
Latest Sail-World newsletter from David Schmidt in the USA
Posted on 25 Feb 2020
Two Golden Globe Race sailors honoured
Recognised by the Cruising Club of America
Posted on 19 Feb 2020
CCA announces winner of 2019 Blue Water Medal
Six-time solo circumnavigator to receive the Cruising Club of America's most prestigious medal
Posted on 13 Feb 2020
Guy deBoer on the 2022 Golden Globe Race
An interview with Guy deBoer about his preparations for the 2022 Golden Globe Race
Posted on 4 Feb 2020


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    Golden Globe 2018 - one last finisher three years late
    © Golden Globe Race
    The coast of Mauritania and the threat of piracy
    © Golden Globe Race
    The coast of Mauritania and the threat of piracy
    © Golden Globe Race
    Fishery Improvement Project (FIP) for small pelagic fisheries in Mauritania
    © Golden Globe Race
    The coast of Mauritania and the threat of piracy
    © Golden Globe Race
    The coast of Mauritania and the threat of piracy
    © Golden Globe Race
    Guy Waites and 'Sagarmatha' prepare for the Golden Globe Race
    © Guy Waites Sailing
    Kirsten Neuschäfer was fortunate enough to spend the season with her family in Cape Town before she set sail again to the start of the GGR
    © Kirsten Neuschäfer Team / GGR2022
    Elliott Smith, the youngest entrant in the race is facing overwhelming odds giving himself until the end of May to set sail and be in Europe on time for the start.
    © Elliott Smith Team  / GGR2022
    Spanish entry Aleix Selles is working on the boat while completing his 4000 solo qualifying mileage for the race.
    © Venturi Projects / GGR2022
    It is official - he is off! After 3 years, ups and downs and many curve balls, Jeremy and Olleanna have officially left Cape Town, South Africa en route to the start of the GGR.
    © Simon McDonnell
    Gaurav Shinde with his “Good Hope”
    © Gaurav Shinde Team / GGR2022
    Guy deBoer in Florida just launched his “Spirit” on May 2nd with the help of his team and completed his jury rig test.
    © Guy deBoer Team / GGR2022
    In Canada, Edward Walentynowicz is behind schedule and will launch late May with a planned departure date 7th of June.
    © Edward Walentynowicz Team / GGR2022
    Aleix's boat Onsoro, went to the beauty saloon! This is the before and after of polishing.
    © Venturi Projects / GGR2022
    L'Esprit d'Équipe has just returned to the Vendee Marina in Les Sables d'Olonne following a seven month structural refit and now awaits her new Sparcraft mast and sails to commence sea trials.
    © Bernard Gergaud
    `Neptune`, part way through her return voyage to Brittany France to commence a final refit and preparation for the 2023 Ocean Globe Race
    © Team Neptune
    `Neptune` underwent a midlife restoration many years ago by a group of passionate supporters keeping her alive to the present day
    © Team Neptune
    Steinlager II sailing with the NZ sailing trust. The Classic Challenge for Whitbread Maxis and Whitbread/Volvo 60 yachts is now cancelled.
    © New Zealand Sailing Trust
    `Neptune` raced in the 1977 Whitbread with an illustrious young crew.
    © Team Neptune
    `Mor Bihan` is currently under Refit in preparation for the 2023 Ocean Globe Race. At 46 feet she was the smallest Yacht to enter the Whitbread back in 1981 and will be the smallest again in the Ocean Globe.
    © Team Mor Bihan
    Indian sailor Abhilash Tomy and Sir Robin Knox Johnston onboard `THURIYA`, replica of Suhaili.
    © Golden Globe Race
    Abhilash Tomy (R) and Hasan Al Hosani, CEO of Bayanat at Expo 2020 Dubai on Tuesday.
    © Angel Tesorero / Gulf News
    Beautiful “Thuriya”
    © Golden Globe Race
    Abhilash is a powerful sailor with a huge smile.
    © Golden Globe Race
    Abhilash has purchased a Rustler 36 in France, and named it `BAYANAT` previously raced in the last Golden Globe by Philippe Péché with PRB sponsorship
    © Golden Globe Race
    Indian sailor Abhilash Tomy was an entrant in the 50th Anniversary edition of the Golden Globe, a solo non-stop race around the world which started from Les Sables d'Olonne France on July 1st 2018.
    © Golden Globe Race
    Golden Globe Race 2022 family on Les Sables d'Olonne Vendée Globe Marina.
    © Golden Globe Race
    4 compulsory film drop points
    © Golden Globe Race
    Damien Guillou (FR) with his ” PRB” manager Vincent Riou
    © Bernard Gergaud