Sustainability And Sailing Go Hand In Hand

Every piece of plastic could not be removed from the sea, the task is big, and however, this we can ensure that no waste comes into the ocean during the Hempel Sailing World Championships (HSWC) which is going to held next year in Aarhus, Denmark. To achieve that goal, the World Perfect has built a […]

Spithill Ready To Take On Team New Zealand

There is no doubt one will get to witness one of the greatest final battles in the America’s Cup this season. Jimmy Spithill is heading the Oracle Team USA after about four years and he is looking to bring the America Cup home this season. In order to win the cup, he will have to […]

Tardrew Will Take Part In Hobie Challenge

Bruce Tardrew is taking part in the Hobie Cats at the age of 71. He has participated in the event many times, but has not won any tournament here. Though, he has finished as runner-up in the event for seven times. According to Tardrew, his desire to win the championship has not finished yet. And, […]

Australia Joins World Sailing App

There is good news for the Australian racers. The Australian sailing has joined the World Sailing app and this will benefit the Australian racers to a great extent. They can take advantage of the Australian Blue e-Book that is part of the World’s Sailing Racing Rules app to know the rules of their country. The […]

St Mary’s College Races

Not every college can boast of a waterfront area leave alone having a renowned sailing team. But that is what St. Mary’s college of Maryland is proud to possess. They have a waterfront area of their own as well as a sailing team that has national recognition. Other sports teams might be competing in Division […]

USMRC 2017

While many sailing races are being concluded at the end part of the year, other races are already being lined up for the year ahead. If you look at the US Match Racing Championship that is lined up for 2017, it is a race that will be on for the Prince of Wales Bowl trophy […]

Australia rules Sailing World Cup Melbourne

St Kilda’s common foreshore and beach buzz on a summer Sunday became louder when Sailing World Cup Melbourne arrived at its peak. Eight Olympic classes flaked off their Medal Race one by one right off the main beach, St Kilda Baths and pier, much to the delight of sailors and visitors. By the time, 49er […]