Emmanuel Bachellerie, Director of Brest Ultim Sailing, the organizing authority of Brest Atlantiques, talks about the race now that all four Ultims have completed the course. Read more
With thick smoke blanketing the harbour and causing visibility issues, the club feels this was the responsible action to take.
Ranging from the 34ft Komatsu Azzurro to the largest, Kialoa II at 73 feet, there is plenty of Sydney Hobart Race pedigree among the elegant S&S gang.
Four of the world’s top maxi yachts will race on Sydney Harbour, the last big hit-out before the Rolex Sydney Hobart.
The aim of this article to is give you ideas on how to reduce your debris when you go racing or even cruising.
Qingdao was first across the finish line, pipping Ha Long Bay, Viet Nam to the finish line.
Actual Leader crossed the line 4h 45m 32s behind MACIF to bring the tactically demanding race to a close.
Jangada is estimated to be leading the race overall, but still has approximately three days at sea left, according to her current speed.
The French multihull Hallucine took line honours, while Sisi was the first monohull and leader of the ARC Racing fleet.
Frontline’s skipper says their approach to sailing prioritises safety, risk management, co-learning and choosing the right crew.
The end is in sight, just 30 miles separating MACIF and Actual Leader; - which will get there first?
Support from Tourism Tasmania will enable a special broadcast element, to provide Rolex Sydney Hobart fans a bird’s-eye view of both the line-honours finish and the overall handicap battle.
The majority of the crew were young sailors with ambition to take part in The Ocean Race 2021-22.
As The Ocean Race approaches its 50th anniversary, the event will be returning to New Zealand for the 12th time. All but one of those stops have been in Auckland, the City of Sails.
Having left Brest on 5th November in difficult conditions, Franck Cammas and Charles Caudrelier returned to the port city this morning in much calmer ones.
The route in theory was around 4000 miles long but in reality, because of the weather systems, Francis and his men sailed 5400 miles from the Indian Ocean to the China Sea.