If the goal is to simplify the experience for competitors and take away organizational barriers, strip your regatta plan to the bare essentials.
Each of the 37th America’s Cup challengers have taken a unique path toward developing their next AC75.
A winter worth of training in South Florida is serving the New York YC’s Youth America’s Cup team prospects well.
After a fast and furious Leg 1 of the Ocean Race, Leg 2 will get underway late and light on January 25.
Determined American sailor Ronnie Simpson has his heart and mind set on a Vendee Globe lap and is ready for the long haul.
As Official Sailmaker, Quantum Sails aims to provide regatta support to competitors for the 2023 regatta season.
The sailors of Colorado’s Union Sailing Club make the most of their brief sailing season with a packed race calendar.
Team New Zealand starts off the new year with a session on its AC40 LEQ12 and looks to get into match-racing practice soon with its other AC40.
Embracing popular fleets at each location, the Regatta Series features many different boat types: dinghies, multihulls, and keelboats that race under established handicap systems.
SailGP New Zealand are on form, winning the Singapore stop as they inch toward dethroning their Australian rivals.
Avoiding wind shadows is an important part of your downwind strategy. Where are the shadows and how do you avoid them? Mike Ingham explains the essentials of avoiding bad air downwind.
The American Model Yacht Association gathered top remote control sailors in Texas last November to crown a king, and after three days and dozens of races, one was finally crowned.
With thousands of hard and fast miles yet to come, The Ocean Race’s in-port action was a tease of things to come when the fleet sets off in mid-January.
For those who prefer long courses over windward/leewards, the one-day Rally Race format of the past was never enough fun, so organizers have doubled down for 2023 with two days.
Andoo Comanche was first to Hobart, but the corrected-time awards rained upon Sam Hayes’ crew on the TP52 Celestial.
A fifth and French challenger emerges for America’s Cup 37 with many more details to come.
Coiling and flaking running rigging properly is an important step to ensuring it runs freely when you it to. Erik Shampain shares his tips.
Your purchase of sunglasses—and specifically the type of lens you choose—could be one of the most important gear decisions you can make.
If you have to sail in dirty air there’s a few ways to lessen the pain explains racing editor Mike Ingham.
The Beneteau First 36 is versatile and powerful machine with many masters to serve.
The exceptional J/45 delivers an equally exceptional sailing experience in a luxury crossover racer.
The Neel 43 Trimaran impresses the.judges with a greater appreciation for three hulls and the potential for swift coastal rally racing.
The Tiwal 3R brings great speed and performance to the inflatable sailing world to earns its Best Dinghy title.
The new and much improved Nacra 500 rolls into town with as Mark 2 and impresses the judges enough to give it a special shout-out.