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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.

Natelle Two showed she still has what it takes while another veteran, Doctor Who, fell into a hole and missed line honours.

Crew Chew looked to have it sewn up, but a UFD by them in the final race and a win by Murray’s crew turned the tables.

A new Island Racing division was created to reduce numbers in each division, so big was the entry.

Ariki will face-off against arch rival Ranger - the boat that famously dethroned her in 1938.

Entries for South Australia's best week for racing and fun closes Monday.

NSW's largest keelboat regatta is for yachts of all types and sizes and is the first major autumn regatta.

Over 3000 sailors are expected to take part in Australia's oldest keelboat regatta, starting on Australia Day.

The renamed 44Cup continues to provide the most rewarding and cost effective owner-driver one design racing, but its image needed an update.

The Sailing Worlds in Aarhus last year was the largest, most successful and sustainable Sailing World Championships in its history.

The Women on Water Program at Mount Martha Yacht Club is offering women all types of water based activities.