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The Female Factor in the Vendée Globe

Female sailors Clarisse Cremer, Pip Hare, Melinda Merron and Alexia Barrier finished the solo Vendée Globe in February. Sam Davies and Isabelle Joschke completed the course around the world.

And Now for Some History on the Columbia 5.5

According to a 1966 Columbia brochure, the boats produced from this hybrid mold were "the most sophisticated racing yachts in this country, at less than one-half of what an 'Open 5.5' would cost."


RYC J/22

Yacht Racing Ramps Up in March

We predict that March will come in like a lamb and go out like a lion. And we're not talking about the weather.

What a Difference a Bay Makes

The easiest and closest escape is the Bay that sits right in the middle of us Bay Area residents. In fact, it's called the 'Bay Area' because that's its primary feature and greatest asset.

Daniela Moroz foiling

Talking about Sailing in Virtual Events

Bay Area sailors Liz Baylis and Nicole Breault will discuss getting involved in match racing. The Starboard Portal will present the event as part of their online series.

Luna Rossa splashdown

Bravo! Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Prevails

Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli defeated INEOS Team UK 7-1 to advance to the 36th America's Cup Match against Emirates Team New Zealand beginning on March 6 in Auckland.