Tom Slingsby and Ky Hurst were present at the opening function for the Harken International Youth Match Racing Championship at Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club. Read more
Following the announcement of a teams format to compete for the trophy, a total of seven teams were entered from a number of yacht clubs.
Special guests Tom Slingsby and Ky Hurst will put in an appearance at the Welcome Function where they will take part in a Question and Answer session on SailGP.
A war story that will go down in 44Cup folklore occurred on the high speed last run of the last race when Peninsula Petroleum went 'down the mine' spectacularly.
"I’m pleased that I’ll have a crew with me, as we’re going to have to keep a close watch to get around all the little fishing boats, tree trunks and other dangers that lie in wait."
Team New Zealand's head of design Dan Bernasconi claimed he had "no idea" of the comparative speeds of the four boats on display at the moment.
Coastguard helicopter Rescue 924 located a liferaft 23 miles NNW off of the Isle of Scilly and rescued the crew members of the yacht.
Feel the heat with the November issue out now.
James Hodgson has stepped back into the helming role, remaining undefeated on Day 1 of the Australian Youth Match Racing Championship.
Held over two days on the weekend of 28-29 September, the Women’s Laser Regatta, hosted by Double Bay Sailing Club, was an unmitigated success.
SP80 plans to achieve 80knots (148km/h) using a boat with shaped hulls, propelled by a kite wing while the overall stability is reached thanks to super ventilating hydrofoils.
Leaving a boat in the water during a frozen Minnesota winter can carry numerous risks. Among them, a fibreglass hull can succumb to the intense pressures of expanding, shifting and heaving ice.
Built-in handles and a reduction in weight allows for quick and easy deployment,
The year begins deep in prehistoric waters, with the Sea Monsters exhibition, and ends in the canals of Venice. In‑between these two major exhibitions, the Museum’s 2020 programming will take visitors around the world.