One of the most famous places in the United States, the Columbia River Gorge serves its visitors the ultimate “wind” experience, typically ranging in the 20-50 knot range is one… Read More

The 2017Y-Flyer National Championship was hosted by the Louisville Sailing Club. Twenty two teams faced the challenge and excitement of Ohio River in a six-race series dealing with strong currents… Read More

Spanish sailor María Perelló won the 2017 Optimist World Championship Girls Division in Pattaya, Thailand. Using the Radial R2 North sail, she finished 15 points ahead of 2nd place. The… Read More

Eighty-four boats representing 14 different nations headed to Sneekemeer, Holland for the 2.4mR Worlds, hosted by Koninklijke Watersportvereniging. The first five days of racing brought the sailors an average of… Read More

The Transpac Yacht Race first kicked off in 1906. As one of the longest ocean races, it is now considered one of the oldest distance races in the sailing world…. Read More

The 363 nm race from Marblehead to Halifax dates back to 1905, and this year welcomed a strong fleet of 73 boats to the starting line. Charging into the finish… Read More

The 2017 Lightning Class Connecticut-Rhode Island Districts were held at Niantic Bay Yacht Club this weekend with 18 Lightnings at the race course. Although the wind forecast was pretty dismal… Read More

The 420 French Nationals were hosted by Crozon-Morgat Nautical Centre, sailing in Douarnenez Bay last week. 85 boats entered the event representing 5 different nations. After 12 races, which were completed in… Read More

A mother’s comment needs no editing. ” I thought you would be happy to hear that our brand new Sabot North sail just won the Naples Sabot II Northern regional… Read More

Jim and Kristy Clark’s record breaking machine, Comanche, started their 2017 Transpac Race off with a bang. Halfway from San Diego to Hawaii, she broke the race’s 24hr distance record,… Read More

When HL Enloe brought his Orma 60, Mighty Merloe, to California, he set a new bar for speed that was not only striking but rather inconvenient. “In the beginning, we… Read More

Day 1 started with 15-20 knots, which the race officer Thomas Jørgensen described as ‘perfect Star conditions’. The wind, however, picked up throughout the day to 25 knots which proved… Read More