Emirates Team New Zealand has broken the wind-powered land-speed record set by Richard Jenkins on Ivanpah Lake in California's Mojave Desert in 2009.
It's not every day that international legends of sailing visit your local club. Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club gave a warm welcome to two of them.
San Francisco Bay sailor and author Kimball Livingston continues to provide inspiration and perspective to sailors and future sailors with his dedication to telling the story of sailing.
The America's Cup Hall of Fame ceremony is back in New York City, as the Herreshoff Museum inducted Dawn Riley, Dirk Kramers and Larry Ellison.
On a recent trip to Australia we took a flight to the country's west coast in search of the coveted America's Cup.
California kite foiler Daniela Moroz and Australian sailor Tom Slingsby are making their marks on the world of sailing, albeit aboard different watercraft.
Katie Pettibone has competed in two Olympic campaigns and three America’s Cups, and was one of the first women to race in the Whitbread and Worrell 1000.
Foiling didn't start on San Francisco Bay, but it was launched into orbit here.
Emirates Team New Zealand and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron have announced they will host the next America's Cup in Barcelona, Spain, in 2024.
On Sunday, Lisa Blackaller Williams cracked a bottle of champagne on the side of a new, and much larger, YRA buoy #16. The buoy is named after her father, Tom Blackaller.
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