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ETNZ confirms Auckland in March 2021 for 36th America’s Cup match

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The three syndicates challenging for the 36th America’s Cup in New Zealand in 2021 got official confirmation today exactly when and where the 36th America’s Cup match will take place. Representatives of current holders Emirates Team New Zealand and the three official challengers: Luna Rossa (ITA); Ineos Team UK (GBR); and

America’s Cup: Ineos Team UK reveal spectacular official test boat footage

America's Cup: Ineos Team UK reveal spectacular official test boat footage

On the day that the America’s Cup race course and event dates were announced in Cowes, Isle of Wight, where the Cup began back in 1851, INEOS TEAM UK the British Challenger for the 36th America’s Cup also released the first official images of their test boat, known as T5,

All or Nothing: Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18 documentary film is released

All or Nothing: Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18 documentary film is released

All or Nothing is the official documentary film chronicling the stories of the seven international teams taking part in the 2017-18 edition of the legendary 46,000-nautical mile Volvo Ocean Race around the world yacht. Source: Volvo Ocean Race

Olympic Sailing: British windsurfer Emma Wilson claims first world championship medal

Olympic Sailing: British windsurfer Emma Wilson claims first world championship medal

Teenage windsurfing sensation Emma Wilson converted world championships heartbreak into a European bronze– her first medal since breaking onto the Olympic circuit. The 19-year-old from Christchurch, Dorset, bounced back from a fourth-place finish at the recent Sailing World Championships to scoop a podium spot at the 2018 RS:X European Championships in

Extreme Sailing Series: Alinghi snatches victory from SAP Extreme Sailing Team in UK heat

Extreme Sailing Series: Alinghi snatches victory from SAP Extreme Sailing Team in UK heat

Having climbed the ranks throughout the Extreme Sailing Series™ Cardiff Act, Alinghi – the Swiss kings of foiling – seized victory from the clutches of SAP Extreme Sailing Team on the final day of the event. In a nail-biting finish to an incredible four days of racing, Arnaud Psarofaghis, Yves Detrey,

52 Super Series: Quantum Racing prove too good in tricky Puerto Portals heat

52 Super Series: Quantum Racing prove too good in tricky Puerto Portals heat

The Bay of Palma served up a week of mostly atypical, unsettled and changeable summer sea breeze conditions for the fourth regatta of the 2018 52 SUPER SERIES season, the Puerto Portals 52 SUPER SERIES Sailing Week. The challenges to the tacticians, helms and speed teams of the ten TP52s were

Volvo Ocean Race: Red Bull TV takes a look at Nicolai Sehested’s second campaign

Volvo Ocean Race: Red Bull TV takes a look at Nicolai Sehested's second campaign

Red Bull TV takes behinds the scenes look at 28-year-old Danish yachtsman Nicolai Sehested's second participation in the Volvo Ocean Race. In the 2015-16 edition the former match racer cut his teeth as helmsman and boat captain with the ill-fated Team Vestas Wind campaign. Things went better for him in the

Vendee Globe: Jérémie Beyou’s bold new IMOCA 60 sees light of day

Vendee Globe: Jérémie Beyou’s bold new IMOCA 60 sees light of day

The first IMOCA of the latest, newest generation of monohulls, Jérémie Beyou’s Charal left the CDK yard Tuesday 21st August. At first sight, the boat is something of a beast, tight lines which radically differ from the norms of the IMOCA class, complete with daring branding, a bold new look. And

Olympic Sailing: Could NYYC Global Team Race event be first step on road to 2028 Games?

Olympic Sailing: Could NYYC Global Team Race event be first step on road to 2028 Games?

Proponents of team racing have set their sights on the discipline's inclusion in the 2028 Olympic sailing regatta. The inaugural Global Team Race, which will be held October 5 – 7 at the New York Yacht Club Harbour Court, may prove a crucial milestone on the long road to earning

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