Leukemia Regatta Joins Hand with US Sailing

The Leukemia Cup Regatta will receive a boost from the US Sailing because the entities will become partners for helping raise money for research on blood cancer. US Sailing will particularly insist their members support all the Leukemia Cup Regattas that are held across the country. It has been announced that if anyone renews their

Ambitious As Ever: Oman Sail

Diam World tour is one of the interesting concepts introduced by Diam 24 one design. Oman Sail’s accomplishments started off with Diam’s world tour followed by their success in Pacific. Bernard Stamm’s Cheminees Poujoulat and Beijaflore team won second and third place respectively. Oman credits their success to their consistency throughout the international season. In


The Volvo Ocean Race (VOR) has been tagged the ‘Everest of Sailing’ by Time.com considering the challenging conditions the sailors go through in the once-in-three-year round the world race. Seven teams slug it out in the course of nine months, stopping in five cities across five continents in a 45,000 nautical-mile marathon. The captain of

Sir Durward 100 Regatta

There was the Sir Durward 100 Regatta held last weekend, which featured sloop sailing. What showcased out of the regatta was something quite bleak; that the sailors were unable to come together and work towards a common goal. Many might point out to the organizers and race committees, but the truth is that the sailors

Sailing Is A Hobby For Sir Peter Ogden

Sir Peter Ogden in every September has competed at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup. He competed in the Porto Cervo, emerald waters in Sardinia. However, this year, he will be seen racing Jethou, the Mini Maxi of the 72-foot. Sir Peter Ogden is from Britain and the co-founder of Computacenter, it is of the largest

Final Day Winners Of World Cup Series

The final day results of the World Cup Series in France were exciting indeed for the fans to watch. Though the final day was overcast and cloudy, it did not dampen the spirits of the final competitors. Pavlos Kontides from CYP was in the middle of the limelight as he was up for the gold

Mike Jury Nominated For Award

For his outstanding work with the club he was associated with for long time; sailor Mike Jury, 70 years, was nominated for Old Pulteney Maritime Heroes Awards. His nomination for the award was done by Sailing Club Weymouth. Total thirty semi-finalists were selected across the United Kingdom from various entries sent. Jury is one among

Traditional Canoe Sailing

In today’s modern day of motorized yachts and catamarans that lead to fast paced racing, canoe style sailing still exists in certain local areas of the world. For instance the native islanders in Papua of New Guinea gather to celebrate their culture, tradition through canoe style sailing. This happens every year at the Kenu and

Difficult Going For Xu

If you look at Olympics Rio 2016 games where the sailing races are on, there have been several upsets and surprise results that have occurred. That adds to the unpredictability of the weather conditions as the rowers are being delayed in their races for the second day due to high winds. One of the surprising