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Aegean 600: A 600-mile offshore racing Odyssey

One of next season’s most enticing IRC/ORC events has to be the Agean 600 – a brand new non-stop grand tour of the Aegean Sea. Ocean racing has a small number of famous 600-mile races: the Sydney- Hobart, the Fastnet, the Newport- Bermuda, the Caribbean 600 and the Middle Sea Race.

Foiling for (almost) everyone

Wilson Marquine

The thrill of foiling above the sea under sail need not be limited to America’s Cup or Open 60 boats sailed by professionals – thanks to the new 69F from Wilson Marquine. It's the perfect example of a “foiling for everyone” solution with the initial idea going back to 2016: a

11th Hour Racing: Going back to grassroots

11th Hour Racing’s pro-sailing ambassadors are partnering with a variety of marine conservation groups – and already with impressive results. ‘Think global, act local’ is the simple philosophy that underpins many effective campaigns. And it’s at the heart of one of 11th Hour Racing’s recent initiatives, which funds collaborative projects between

Decompression

It started with the racing code zero but already the benefits are spreading rapidly out through the superyacht world and elsewhere. Since Doyle Sails launched its ground-breaking cable-less Code Zero technology, the company has expanded the concept to embrace jibs, staysails and even mainsails, achieving significant load reductions in the process. Structured

Harken: Reflex Reaction

Harken has been quick to respond to the growth of cable-less headsails to ensure the gains extend beyond better sail designs. The ability to furl sails has been something we’ve taken for granted for at least 40 years. In fact, the influence of furling has been so widespread that it’s easy

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