In his latest exclusive piece for Yacht Racing Life Matt Sheahan looks back on his visit to Le Havre, France the start of the Transat
Faced with stormy weather conditions, the organisers of the Brest Atlantiques race have decided to postpone the start, initially scheduled for Sunday, November 3 at
A+T is mindful of the responsibilities placed on its instrument systems – especially in the dark!
It is a dark, moonless, windy night and you’re running
As SailGP prepares to kick off its second season in 2020, the global championship continues to be recognized for its successful debut. Today, the F50
With the benefit of sophisticated external auditing 11th Hour Racing are now in a position to judge each of their multiple projects on their individual
Shirley Robertson's latest podcast guest is the legendary New Zealand yachtsman and businessman, Sir Russell Coutts.
There's not much Coutts hasn't achieved in the sport of
After 73 races across four events in three countries the standings could not be closer going into the next week's 2019 GC32 Racing Tour’s finale
With four AC75s now successfully launched and actively foiling, this story on the America's Cup website asks: What have we learned about the outcomes of
Fans of professional yacht racing are at risk of sensory overload this winter season with two major open ocean races – the Transat Jacques Vabre
The F50 cats are so astonishingly fast that SailGP needed to adopt new B&G technology across its chase boat and race management fleet to ensure