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Wally’s Big New Rocket

Wally is back in the grand-prix racing game with a Botin Partners-designed 51-footer for one-design and coastal racing.

San Diego YC team racing in the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup

San Diego Yacht Club Clinches Invitational Cup

Needing simply to not shoot themselves in the foot to ensure victory in the Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup, the San Diego Yacht Club dominated the windy final race to stamp their authority on the eighth edition of the world’s premiere Corinthian regatta.

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Harken Zircon Block Range

Could there possibly be a better block? We check in Harken engineer Matt Schmidt and Harken test pilot Ravi Parent to hear what makes the Harken Zircon Block range an efficient thing of beauty.

Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series

Embracing popular fleets at each location, the Regatta Series features many different boat types: dinghies, multihulls, and keelboats that race under established handicap systems.

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Town of Pensacola

Winds of Change

With an $8.5 million infrastructure grant in hand and the America’s Cup Challenger American Magic’s feather in its cap, the city of Pensacola, Florida, is redefining itself as a world-class sailing hub.

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Steps to Better Wingfoil Tacks

Like any boathandling skill or board skill, repetition is key, but these simple steps from a world champion will help you nail your wingfoiling tacks consistently.

Justine Mettraux, Charlie Enright and Jack Bouttell wrestle the tiller to turn the boat down after a 52-knot puff knockdown.

The Ocean Race’s Most Punishing Leg

The Ocean Race’s Most Punishing Leg Nearly 13,000 miles of hard racing across the Southern Ocean put the Ocean Races’ sailors to the ultimate endurance test.

Paul Campbell-James

Tips For Winging On the Go

Wingfoil travel is taking off as fast as the sport itself and there some good things to know before you go to ensure your trip goes off without a snag.

Kathryn Bornarth and crewmate Ryan Wood racing on a snipe class

The Endurance of the Snipe

The International Snipe Class continues to reinvent and reimagine itself through initiatives that continue to make it one of sailing’s most iconic one-design classes.

A woman freestyle kiteboarding through the air.

Wing With Us in the BVI

Wingfoiling through the British Virgin Islands? Oh yes, indeed. Sailing World Expedition’s first immersion is going to soar.


How to Communicate Relatives

Monitoring and communicating your relative performance in a sailboat race is essential intelligence for your skipper and the speed team.

AON Etchells Worlds

How The Worlds Were Won

At the Etchells World Championship in Miami, the lead pack broke out early, with the eventual winner making its move in the final race.