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Mini Transat: sailors settling in to better conditions

After twenty-four hours of racing in blustery winds accompanied by chaotic seas the Minis have at last begun to see some better conditions.

Mini Transat: weather deteriorates as race temporarily halted

The Race Director of the Mini Transat has decided to implement plan B, with the fleet stopping at Sada, Spain, to wait for the strong winds to pass.

8th International Council of Yacht Clubs Commodores’ Forum

The 8th ICOYC Commodores’ Forumis is being held from 12 to 15 November 2013 and hosted by Hong Kong Yacht Club.

Windsurfing: sailors wait for enthralling double elimination

With the wave quality poor and an epic forecast for the remainder of the week the decision was made to delay the start of the double elimination.

Spirit Marine Beneteau Cup and French Yacht Challenge

What a great spirited regatta with 31 enthusiastic French Yacht competitors competing this year's Spirit Marine Queensland Beneteau Cup.

Volvo Ocean Race: Team Dongfeng announced as Chinese entry

A team from China backed by Dongfeng Commercial Vehicle and run by leading sailing experts OC Sport will race in the next edition of the Volvo Ocean Race.

Yachting Australia’s new leadership team

Well known offshore racer and owner of Ichiban, Matt Allen, has been elected as President of Yachting Australia.

Flying Fifteen Hong Kong Nationals: savvy Worlds sailors test conditions

The Hong Kong Flying Fifteen titles are proving to be a good testing ground for World Championship competitors looking to learn the local conditions.

Flying Fifteen Hong Kong Nationals: lighter second day

Day two of the Hong Kong Flying Fifteen Nationals started in lighter winds and drama on the start line with Black Flags for some.

Sail Melbourne: five weeks to racing begins

With only 5 weeks to go till the ISAF Sailing World Cup Melbourne 2013, entries are rolling in and so are new event sponsors.