Thursday 08 October 2015
Newsletter Subscription Here
News - Europe & the World
Mini Transat - Îles de Guadeloupe - The rich get richer
As often happens, the Gulf of Gascony has made its choices through testing the resolve and spirit of the sailors
2015 Snipe World Championship – Tough fight on Day 2
After four races, Soubie-Lipszyc from Argentina are in the lead with 21 points
Global sailing event, Bart’s Bash, inspires next generation of sailors
Thousands of sailors from across the world in 62 countries have taken part in Bart’s Bash, the global sailing event
2015 Wind-NC Hatteras Wave Jam – Windsurfers get ready for competition
2015 Wind-NC Hatteras Wave Jam – This morning competitors headed to ramp 55 for an 11am skippers meeting.
FinnTeam – Finn class launches new Olympic sailing team
The concept is simple: create a team of Finn sailors from around the world, who are in need of coaching and funding
2015 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup – Third time's the charm
2015 New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup – September in New England offers some of the best sailing weather of the year
Banque Populaire sea trialling ahead of the Transat Jacques Vabre
IMOCA60 Banque Populaire VIII sea trialing in the Atlantic, ahead of the start of the Transat Jacque Vabre on October 2
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – Ocean Sprint pushes teams
Clipper Round the World Yacht Race – The teams are focused on careful trimming and helming
The Transat 2016 – Entries open
The Transat – the oldest race in professional sailing – is now open for entries.
2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao – Silver for Bertold
2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Qingdao – Canadian Radial sailor Isabella Bertold secures her second World Cup medal
Vendée Globe – Jean-Pierre Dick launches his new monohull
Vendée Globe – Jean-Pierre Dick’s new StMichel-Virbac monohull was launched on Saturday at the Multiplast yard in Vannes
Vendée Globe preview - Battle between old and new
Vendée Globe – Official press conference for Transat Jacques Vabre took place on Tuesday 15th September in Paris
Vendée Globe – Sam Davies heading back to IMOCA racing
Vendée Globe – Sam Davies is to return to IMOCA racing. She will be lining up at the start of the Transat Jacques Vabre.
Pontos Winches – Gorillas in the midst
Dian Fossey was American and Pontos are French. She was about primates and they are about aids for running rigging
The Volvo Ocean Race, the Perfect Storm and saving the family silver
As winning skipper Ian Walker recently commented ‘Let’s face it, he (Knut Frostad) saved the event with one decision.’
Our advertisers are committed to our sport, please support them! (Graphics)
, ph: +61 2 8006 1873, , fax: +61 2 8076 0459 or complete our
. View our
. Photographs are copyright by law, if you wish to use a photograph from www.sail-world.com, please
Make sail-world.com Australia my default page.
Make sail-world.com Cruising International my default page.
Make sail-world.com Cruising Australia my default page.
Make sail-world.com Asia my default page.
Make sail-world.com New Zealand my default page.
Make sail-world.com UK my default page.
Make sail-world.com USA my default page.
Visit another region :
Sail-World Cruising International
Sail-World Cruising Australia
Sail-World New Zealand