A hurricane cancelled the first day, then no wind meant an early finish.

Demasted is the inspiring true story of Lisa Blair who sailed into the history books on 25 July 2017 becoming the first woman to sail solo around Antarctica.

Two races were launched for the Dragons while the classics had some serious training before racing starts tomorrow for them too.

A light rain system across the bay reduced the possibility of any wind from below 5% to less than 1%, at which point the Race Committee postponed all races until tomorrow.

The shore waiting time was not wasted, as old friendships were renewed and racing stories were exchanged.

Thirty-two teams from across Europe took part in the event.

YCCS (Flavio Favini) gave a mixed performance, including an OCS, but maintains her lead overall, thanks to winning the last race of the day.

Azzurra’s crew dedicated their win to the Late Jimmy Kerkoc, YCCS Board Vice President and a passionate Azzurra fan who died two months ago.

The Menorca arena has proven extremely challenging and open, and there were telling comebacks from deep in the pack again today.

The Australian Youth Match Racing Championship will return to Sydney Harbour on Tuesday when 10 teams from around Australia will vie for the title.

Glenn Ashby and Peter Burling have been nominated for their America's Cup success.

With two days of the 2017 season left, Azzurra still lead the overall table on 185pts, Platoon are very much in touch on 190pts and Quantum Racing are on 194pts.

John “Messo” Messenger was an active member for over 30 years, a life member and former commodore who gave his heart and soul to the club.

Results are still subject to protest, following an altercation between Sand Crabs Disco, Finistere and Twitch at the top mark.

Offshore racing will be competed in three classes on different types of one-design yachts between 9 and 20 meters in length.