The Grand Soleil shipyard had so much trust in the brilliant design talent of Matteo Polli that they gave him free rein with their first
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The spirit and values of ocean racing – leadership, resilience, tenacity and collaboration – are exactly what’s needed to address the health of our oceans.
After finishing the phenomenal Prada Cup Round Robin Day 4, packed with lead changes between INEOS Team UK and Luna Rossa PRADA Pirelli, Sir Ben
The Aegean 600 is the latest 600-mile IRC/ORC offshore contest – and it takes full advantage of some of the finest sailing waters on the
Gunboat’s success in the cruiser/racer multihull world has been driven by many factors, not least a reputation for performance on the water that matches the
A pre-season update from Andrew McIrvine – secretary general of the International Maxi Association.
The world of sailing, not to mention the world as a whole,
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Young and nimble, or experienced and established? Composite fabricators Moore Brothers might just be the best of both worlds.
When Sam and Oliver Moore first set