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Iain Murray: The “Big Fella” of the America’s Cup on SailGP


Rob Kothe speaks to multiple-America's Cup race director Iain Murray about his role at SailGP at the end of the international circuit's inaugural season. One of Australia's most respected sailor Iain Murray, 61, is the Regatta Director for SailGP. He was Regatta Director for the 34th America's Cup in 2013 and 35th

America’s Cup: A tale of two design strategies

America's Cup

A great piece from the America's Cup website on what we have learned about AC75 design from the launch of the Emirates Team New Zealand and NYYC American Magic first-generation yachts... The much-anticipated launch of the first two AC75 foiling monohull yachts from the Defender Emirates Team New Zealand and

Caribbean winter circuit – what’s not to like?

J/24 to 240-footers – the Caribbean winter circuit has come a long way in recent years. In 2020 'something for everyone' will be a great deal more just than a slogan. Wall to wall sunshine, sparkling clear waters and steady trade winds, the conditions alone have long been among the major

Sailmon app delivers meaningful performance data for everyone


Now it’s not only the sailors who can benefit from Sailmon’s innovations in accessing high-accuracy performance and wind information. Think data analysis and it’s hard not to conjure up images of earnest technical studies with spreadsheets full of numbers and detailed conclusions. Yet for some, like the instrument manufacturer Sailmon, data