The French SailGP Team has been chipping away at the SailGP front-runners, and in Cadiz they pulled off a win with consistent sailing.
Jonathan McKee and his crew on the Bieker 44 take advantage of a new route in the Race to Alaska and reap the rewards.
Emirates Team New Zealand designer Bobby Kleinschmit explains the technical attributes of the foiling 40-footer to be used as a development platform for America’s Cup teams and the Youth and Women’s America’s Cup Regattas in 2024.
Olympic 49erFX sailors Stephanie Roble and Maggie Shea immerse themselves in the Olympic venue for the first time in their campaign, and they like what they see.
With new ocean-racing foilers lining up for coming Ocean Race and Véndee Globe, the round-the-world racing scene is going gangbusters.
With the New York YC’s Invitational Cup in 2023 as its target, Marblehead’s Corinthian YC wins its berth in convincing fashion.
Racing in a big fleet requires a different approach to tactics and strategies; Mike Ingham takes some lessons from the Sunfish Worlds and shares his tips.
The kids and the pros seem to foil with ease, but could a salty old displacement bloke do it? With the 69F, it was as easy said as it was done.
Embracing popular fleets at each location, the Regatta Series features many different boat types: dinghies, multihulls, and keelboats that race under established handicap systems.
The first AC40 will soon be flying in New Zealand, but before it can fly, engineers put it to the stress test.
Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez join USA SailGP in St. Tropez for some speed runs and dive into the sailing’s data-rich experience.
Gill’s Voyager Back Pack is a combination of dry bag and day pack, perfect for a sailor on the go.
At the final stop of the Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series, the “slower” classes continue to thrive.
The Nacra 17 and 49er skiff worlds conclude with the Dutch dominating the skiffs and the Italians prevailing in the in Nacra 17.
We find out how West Marine is keeping sailors equipped with the latest in gear and tech in a constantly evolving sailing world.
US Sailing Team athletes set up a full operation in Halifax for the Skiff and Nacra Worlds as they sail for berths, funds, and international experience.
It was only a matter of time before The New Zealand SailGP Team established its dominance and in Denmark they made their point.
After days of battling in Sonars on Long Island Sound, the squad from Cal Yacht Club bests the fleet at the US Sailing Women’s Match Race Championship.
A sporty dinghy that fits into two duffle bags? You bet. It’s the Tiwal 3R and it is built to race.
Bitter End Yacht Club sponsors the first all-female youth team to compete in the Newport Bermuda Race.
Sailing World Racing Editor Mike Ingham explains how to develop a second-beat strategy before rounding the leeward mark or gate.
This reimagined 16-footer from Nacra Sailing is designed to put ease and speed into modern beach cat sailing.
Missing the action of Key West Race Week, pro sailor Marty Kullman kick-started his own version and put out the call.
Your onboard sailing video can be more than sizzle-reel stuff for your social media feeds. You can also use it to eliminate any uncertainty about why and when you’re slow—or better yet, fast and winning races.