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Langkawai Regatta: set to embrace a week of challenging races

The Langkawi Regatta is all set to be the first event of the year to kick off the Visit Malaysia 2014 campaign.

Clipper Race: temperatures soar in champagne sailing conditions

The fleet are enjoying champagne sailing on their leg from Brisbane to Singapore.

Langkawai Regatta: hoist the Blue Peter

The large fleet has ventured out for practice day to shake out sails and test local conditions.

Festival of Sails: Hobart race casualty on track for Geelong

The Ker 46 Patrice has set tongues wagging since her launch late last year, now Geelong will get to check her out.

Cape2Rio: Maserati confident of finish well ahead of rivals

Maserati reports their nearest rivals are lagging behind as they race the last 350 miles to Rio.

Cape2Rio: Jon Sanders’ Perie Banou race update

It is amazing how four blokes can go about their individual daily routines, all of them, in sequence.

EFG Sailing Arabia: Marcel Herrera looking for third time lucky

A 21-year-old German is for third time lucky win as Skipper of Messe Frankfurt Sailing Team.

Singapore Straits Regatta: Ray Roberts returns to world-class action

It’s less than a week to the start of the 20th Singapore Straits Regatta and Ray Roberts return to the regatta.

Hamilton Island Race Week: from ancient temples to temperate tropics

Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2014 has received its first entry.

Cape2Rio: Australia’s Perie Banou, race update

West Australia’s Perie Banou has finally been able to send through a report on their race to date.