The Festival of Sails 2018 will run over the event’s traditional Australia Day long weekend timeslot and coincide with the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. Read more
David Gilmour and Joel Turner won the 49er comfortably, as did Mat Belcher and Will Ryan in the 470.
Politics interfered with sport when the Spanish government refused to allow South African's to compete.
Gear failure on Quantum Racing and Provezza allowed Rán to take the race on the last downwind run.
The Provezza IX Turkish team scored their first victory of the season and moved into second overall with a day remaining.
Quantum Racing leads the series in Porto Cervo following a disastrous opener, but it is not without her tactician’s self-reproach.
Former champions found themselves at the bottom of the leaderboard after various infringements of the rules.
Having provided medical assistance to the Master, and unsuccessfully attempting to make repairs to the vessel's steering, Skylark III was eventually taken under tow by Melbourne’s sea boat towards the Port of Bundaberg.
Approximately 4000 sailors from more than 60 nations are expected to be sailing in 50 different classes at Kiel Week.
The British team lost only two races in the entire event.
Punctually at 1:00 PM, the eleven TP52s were at the starting line in Porto Cervo ready to start a 13.5 nm race that also included three windward/leeward legs for a total of almost 20 nm of racing.
Lucy Macgregor continued her unbeaten run and is joined by Trine Palludan, Anna Östling and Renée Groeneveld as semi-finalists.
Lucy Macgregor (GBR) is the hot favourite after an undefeated qualifying series.
Lucy Macgregor (GBR) is unbeaten at 10-0 while Renee Groenveld (NED) is next best on 6-1.
Paul Burnell will be one of six skippers from the Hobart SB20 fleet contesting the worlds at Cowes in August/September.
A moody Sydney winter’s day with sou’west breeze gusting close to 30 knots provided the first heavy weather hit out in a long time for the MC38 fleet contesting the second act of their Winter Series.