Category Archives: Racing
As Prada fashion house boss Patrizio Bertelli celebrates the launch of his latest bid to win the America’s Cup, two teams have announced their withdrawal from next week’s world series regatta in Naples. The French team, Aleph, skippered by Bertrand … Continue reading
There was no shortage of wind or trouble for the boats participating in day 3 of the BMW Auckland Regatta last week where mulithull and monohulls raced in 30+ knot winds. For more videos of the racing, go to www.bmwaucklandregatta.co.nz.
Can’t make it to Newport or San Francisco this year for the AC World Series? Not to worry, you won’t have to hover over your computer watching a webcast. You’ll be able to watch the final day of racing on … Continue reading
Wanna know what it’s like to go full speed around the world? Check out this record breaking video from Banque Populaire’s Jules Verne Trophy winning voyage.
American Morgan Larson, new skipper of Oman Air, had an incredible start to his Extreme Sailing Series career on the opening day of Act 1 in Muscat, Oman. The forty-year-old, a passionate surfer, who lives in Oregon, has an outstanding … Continue reading
Havas Sponsorship Insights released earlier this month the full and final independent media evaluation report for Extreme Sailing Series 2011 showing a 2.7 times increase in value compared to 2010, to just over $34 million. Leading evaluation agency, Havas Sponsorship … Continue reading
The First Pattaya International Multihull Festival was raced in South Pattaya last week and it was an outstanding success. Sixty boats from 16 countries as far apart as Aruba to Australia and Netherlands to New Zealand joined a large Thai … Continue reading
As anticipated, Banque Populaire has dropped south, having put into a couple of hitches south over the last 24 hours. Currently she is just over 100 miles south of the Prince Edward Islands, or approximately 350 miles south of Jules … Continue reading