International Racing

Catching Up with 11th Hour Racing

The American-led 11th Hour Racing Team has claimed a podium finish in the ultra-competitive Défi Azimut off the coast of France. A 48-hour pre-Transat Jacques Vabre tune-up, the Défi Azimut…
Celebration with trophy aboard boat

A Cool Million Awarded as SailGP Wraps Up

On Friday, the French press release called SailGP Marseille "Grandiose." The full headline translates to: "Grand. There's no other word to describe the spectacle delivered by the six SailGP teams in front of the Marseille seawall."
Hobie cat beach launch

Competition for Cruisers in Fiji

Fiji Regatta Week — Fiji’s largest annual regatta — has drawn to a close after six days of yacht racing, parties, seminars and more. One of the largest regattas in the South Pacific, 2019's edition attracted just over 100 yachts and 380 sailors.

SailGP on the Med and in Your Hand

The SailGP season will wrap up this weekend in scenic (that's an understatement) port of Marseille on the French Riviera. Can't be there? Neither can we. But your options, like ours, abound.
Big seas

Clipper Race Catches Its Breath

The 70-ft monohulls handled conditions from a tough beat upwind to surfing downwind during an ocean-sprint thrill-ride on an exhilarating sea swell of over 13 feet.

West Coast Well Represented at TP52 Worlds

The 2019 TP52 World Championships have come to a thrilling conclusion in Puerto Portals, Spain, with Harm Müller-Spreer’s German-flagged Platoon team just managing to squeak out a two-point victory after nine races. More »

SailGP’s Wild, Crashy Weekend in Cowes

Who would have thought that San Francisco would be one of the mellower circuits of the SailGP world tour? After some windy, shifty conditions in New York, the six teams went into Cowes in the United Kingdom and scored a couple of scenic-looking practice days. More »