A winner-take-all match race for $US1 million is the prize, with Tom Slingsby and Nathan Outteridge likely to be the skippers who battle for the loot. Read more
Using the feel of the wind on their faces, angle of the hull and the gurgling sound of the water rippling down the side, the totally blind skipper and main sheet trimmer, Erin McGlew, improved immensely over the course of the regatta.
From 1 October 2019, registration remains required but boaties will be welcome to remove their current labels and will never have to worry about them again.
Seven major Laser regattas will be held, with many sailors expected to line up in more than one event.
Frank Racing, the current record holder in the race from Auckland to Russell, has been sold overseas, prompting Karl Kwok’s Mod 70 Trimaran Beau Geste to have a go at setting a new time.
Eighteen months after the 36th America’s Cup Class Rule was published, NYYC American Magic becomes the first team to foil their AC75 across the waters of Narragansett Bay near Newport, Rhode Island
Not quite the subject of a Beach Boys song but Kia Koropp reckons it could easily do.
Want to know all about anchors and where you can get them in Australia? Check out the September issue.
Three days of racing on The Broadwater in mainly light to moderate breezes and, at times, a brisk tidal flow, provided some challenging conditions for the sailors and the SYC Race Management Team.
An innovative fund raising initiative by the Laser 2020 Organising Committee ends on July 31.
James Dorron, Harry Bethwaite and Trent Barnabas became the 2018-2019 Australian 18ft Skiff champions after a wonderful day of action-packed racing on Sydney Harbour.
Motoring or sailing the Astrea 42 is a fine performer from Fountaine Pajot.
The accomplished French short-handed sailor answers 10 questions on setting up to win.
A new development adorned the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild on Monday and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. It amounts to 32m2 of stretched canvas, which has been added to the aft section of the aft beam.
It is claimed to be the world’s first marine VHF radio with touchscreen handsets, integrated SOTDMA smartAIS transponder and remote vessel monitoring.
In a first for the Australian recreational marina industry, the new marina will include covered berths.