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Singapore Straits Regatta: calmer conditions on race day two

The sea was calmer and the number of incidents lower on race day two.

Gosford to Lord Howe Race: Hobart Winner to take on race

Sydney Hobart Race winner Victoire is among the first entries received for this year’s race.

Cape2Rio: Perie Banou on day 13 at sea and looking for more wind

PBII continues to skirt the South Atlantic High Pressure system and remains in very light and flukey trade winds.

Cape2Rio: slowly, slowly for Scarlet Runner’s approach to Rio

The first boat is in while Scarlet Runner crawls silently across the South Atlantic to Rio.

Langkawai Regatta: Boreas bellows on day three

Race Day 3 saw the Regatta yachts sail the Round Island Race, first sailed as a regatta course in 2009.

Singapore Straits Regatta: day one review

Drama, excitement and sportsmanship highlighted the Start of 20th Singapore Straits Regatta.

Clipper Race: points mean prizes after Scoring Gate triumph

It’s been an eventful 24 hours as the boats crossed the compulsory scoring gate.

Cape2Rio: Perie Banou II race update on day 12 at sea

There is no serious interest in fishing, yet, however this could change quickly if they can’t find some wind.

Melges 24 Worlds: top six return for another tilt at title

Six of the top ten finishers from the last worlds are readying for the Southern Hemisphere event.

Langkawai Regatta: taking your lumps

It was a challenging day two for both the race committee and the competitors.