A high level of consistency was especially elusive on what transpired to be two different race tracks that both yielded fairly gentle sea breezes and flat water. Read more
It was classic end-of-autumn/early winter weather – fog on the hills around the city, a wind chill factor of close to zero or below, and a shifty northerly breeze on the River Derwent.
Tactician and mainsheet trimmer Glenn Ashby claimed his 17th multihull world championship.
Superyacht Australia is lobbying to have the rules changed so that owners pay GST on the charter price, not the yacht's value.
What does it take to protect your yacht when sailing through piracy-rife waters? Find out in this month's issue.
Crews came to Batemans Bay from Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and everywhere in between.
This will be the seventh time the World Championship has been held in New Zealand, and the organisers are expecting this edition to be the biggest and best yet.
With less than 300 miles remaining to the finish line, the two Dutch boats were just two miles apart at the front of the seven-strong fleet and matching each other for speed.
Christian Loken and Petter Morland Pedersen believe the land of vikings has the technology and expertise to have a decent crack at the Auld Mug.
Haromi, the first of four already sold, has just been launched on an auspiciously sunny day in Pietarsaari.
Construction continues but restructuring has a timeline in latest update.
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