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International Maxi Association Update

Pragmatic thinking followed through with confident application is paying good dividends in Maxi world – according to International Maxi Association secretary general Andrew McIrvine.   Broadly speaking there seems to be a general decline in the numbers taking part in competitive sailing, with just a few exceptions. There are of course multiple reasons playing

Sea trials success for Maxi 72 Bella Mente

Sea trials success for Maxi 72 Bella Mente

Hap Fauth is a busy guy. Aside from running the major private investment group The Churchill Companies the 73-year-old is also team principal and CEO at the New York Yacht Club’s America’s Cup-challenging syndicate, American Magic. But despite the undoubtedly heavy workload associated with these two roles Fauth somehow also finds

Rationalisation – aka a Maxi sort out

Image © Ingrid Abery Photography Rationalisation – aka a Maxi sort out

Just returned from the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup in Sardinia International Maxi Association secretary general Andrew McIrvine reflects on another successful edition of the iconic big boat regatta. Back here in a rather grey and damp London it is difficult to believe that the 29th Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup was just a