The Worlds will take place on the same waters where the America’s Cup was held in 12 Metres from 1958 to 1983.

Officials set conservatively short courses because of the light winds forecast – but you can’t always rely on the forecast – and stiff winds fooled them all.

Famous pro-cyclists, such as Belgian rider, Thomas De Gendt, swapped their bike attire for sailing gear in Geelong last evening.

Eric Monnin’s Swiss Match Race Team will be the team to beat come June, when the event gets underway on Lake Constance.

Ichi Ban continues to go toe-to-toe with Hooligan and Hollywood Boulevard with Ikon - this time in a passage race.

John Lee is leaving the national body after not quite two years in the CEO role.

After only a month of negotiations, the 49er is now fully added to the Pan Am Games line-up.

A prize fund of $10,000 USD will be up for grabs in this second season.

Resumption of the Ichi Ban versus Hooligan clash has gone Matt Allen’s way – by one point – with Secret Mens Business waiting in the wings.

Families can participate in a Try Sailing experience in the sheltered waters of Throsby Basin, Carrington, on both weekend mornings.

The Festival of Sails has registered with the Sailors for the Sea Clean Regatta program to provide a more environmentally friendly event.

The stoush between Hooligan and Ichi Ban will be renewed, but there are others in the fleet to consider too.

Following their successful Sydney Hobart campaign, the crew of Enterprise are looking forward to a repeat performance and a 60th birthday in Geelong.

A lack of breeze, not helped by a departing ship, put pressure on competitors and officials, while delays left followers on the ferry to make their own merriment.

Tom and Alan Quick are living up to their surname, sailing Outlaw to her fourth Farr 40 win.