The publication of the Sydney-Hobart Inquiry report plus e-mail on board.
Harbingers of doom? Do we depress you? Andrew Bray comments On the wind Manslaughter skipper – prosecution call for re-trial; Chay’s new Open 60 solo race – $1million prizemoney Letters…
Bruno Peyron's maxi catamaran is expected in New York at noon local time today
With an electric moon casting long shadows over the gentle wavelets outside Charleston Harbor, Australian sailor Neil Hunter drove his 40-foot Paladin II across the finish line early this morning…
The big cat knocks of 270 miles in first thirteen hours
The official inquiry into the 1998 Telestra Sydney Hobary Race is due to be published today, 1st June
Despite fractured ribs and possible spinal injuries 83-year-old Alby Burgin stepped up to the helm of his 50-footer, Alstar, and steered it across the finish line in the inaugural Coffs…
Cam Lewis and Bruno Peyron team up on Commodore Explorer
Jimmy Cornell's Millennium Odyssey rally reaches Tahiti and visits islands only newly opened to cruisers
More and more bluewater cruising yachtsmen are using e-mail as their primary means of communication, Rationing the ZZZZZs with long distance solo sailing.
A new column from the inimitable Bob Fisher on famous disasters in yachting history, plus a report on the Clipper round the world race’s toughest leg yet.
40th Biennial Transpacific Yacht Race Los Angeles-Honolulu 2,225 nautical miles Starting Dates Cruising Class: June 29 Monohulls: July 2 Multihulls: July 6 New Elapsed Time Trophy a Creation of Inspiration…
Six monos and six multihulls due on Genoa start line
THe 33 year old Italian takes four days off the record
Transatlantic crossing to Europe starts from Antigua and St Augustine
EIGHT TEAMS CHALLENGE Two More In The Wings United States To Mount Strong Defence Britain’s Royal Ocean Racing Club today announced that eight teams have lodged challenges for the 1999…
With squalls hitting the Clipper fleet, the spinnakers are going up and down
Garside regains his advantage over Mouligne, extending his lead, but hold on tight - here comes Yazykov!
Mouligne continues to charge, slashing Garside's lead to 66 miles; Soldini flies north
Now stuck in the doldrums with a rapidly vanishing lead over Mouligne, Garside sends this report and offers thanks to the current pushing him north