Action from Bundaberg Sailing Club regatta
Some of the action on day 1 of the Bundaberg Sailing Clubs 2015 regatta.
The worlds largest super yachts in St Barths
One of the most unique races in the world has wrapped up this week on the tiny island of St Barths, called the St Barths Bucket Regatta
A race that we must win - Team Vestas Wind's rebuild.
By now you've seen the pictures, heard the story and probably watched the video of when the Volvo Ocean 65 ran aground on a reef near Mauritius last year. Team Vestas Wind was torn nearly in half, losing most if its stern, stranding the crew on a tiny isl
Red Bull's Foiling Generation
It looks like hydrofoils really are the future of sailing, especially for the younger generation who care about nothing, but speed.
Send in the lawyers - Team New Zealand and the Americas Cup
In what's being likened to a soap opera tv-series, the Team New Zealand Americas Cup skipper is now calling in the lawyers to settle a bitter dispute amongst the ranks.
Sail Mooloolaba 2015: change in the wind for annual regatta
Change is in the wind for the month-long Sail Mooloolaba celebration of sailing regatta which is held each year throughout June.
Play a game of tactics, sailing upwind.
Bored at work? Wish you were out sailing? Try this technical sailing game from the guys who made the Sail Racer App. It's frustrating, but fun!
Your Chance to Reinstate Sailing in the Paralympics
Still reeling after last the news of Sailing's axing from the 2020 Paralympic games in Tokyo? Same here, but there's good news! No, it's not back in the games, but there is a chance for it to be!
Mooloolaba Yacht Club and Mates4Mates join forces
Mooloolaba Yacht Club and Mates4Mates have joined forces for a regional wounded veterans sailing program.
Flying 11 claims young sailor on Lake Macquarie
A casual afternoon on the water ended in tragedy for a young sailor and his mate, when their Flying 11 capsized on Lake Macquarie this week.
Sailing axed from 2020 Paralympics
It's a sad day for the sport of sailing, (and for 7 a-side football) as it was booted out of the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo due it not being 'fresh enough'.
Muddy waters for Olympic Sailors in 2016.
Well, muddy is the least of their problems if the current state of Guanabara Bay is anything to go by.
Race record safe for another year, Bunbury and Return
The Farrawa Cup Series concluded with the 67th Bunbury and Return Ocean Race over the weekend of 17-18 January. Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club is proud to host the annual event, WA's oldest blue water event. The 169 nautical mile race is rewarding and ch
From Slow to Whoa! Moth worlds challenge sailors
The international sailing communities eyes are on Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club in Victoria this week, as their favourite little boats are flying around the bay during in the 2015 Moth Worlds.
Light winds make for slow racing - Volvo Ocean Race
After a foggy start in Abu Dhabi earlier this week, the crews aboard Volvo Ocean 65's are still putting along very slowly in winds of 2 knots at most.
Moth World Champs this weekend in Victoria.
Someone obviously turned on a very large light at the Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club in Victoria, because hundred of Moths are currently flying in from all over the world!
Yachts prepare for a Sydney to Hobart to remember
Right now the crews of the 117 yachts entered in the Rolex Sydney to Hobart are hard at work, prepping for the journey down Australia's East coast, across Bass Strait to the Derwent River in Hobart.
Extreme 40's battle it out in Sydney
One of the sports most exciting classes of sailing, the Extreme 40 has just completed a year long series that took the fleet around the world, racing over 230 races in 8 locations, all culminating in an epic finale right here in Sydney.
Luxury Land Sailing in a 70's Trailer-Sailor
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you rigged your trailer-sailor on the ramp (like many do), and hoisted the sails? Would you be able to sail that trailer right down the ramp?
Shipwrecked on the Cargados Carajos - Team Vestas Wind
While belting along at 19 knots last week, the Volvo 60 Team Vestas Wind ran into the Cargados Carajos Shoals in the Indian Ocean, 430 km north east of Mauritius. Tearing the stern of the multi-million dollar boat to pieces and leaving the crew left stran
Glorious conditions enjoyed at the Rockingham Race Weekend
WA's offshore fleet was blessed with ideal conditions for the two-day Rockingham Race Weekend off the coast of Perth, WA. Hosted by Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club, the event is part of the Farrawa Cup Series.
WA yachts gear up fo the Rockingham Race Weekend
Thirty one yachts are gearing up for the Rockingham Race Weekend, hosted by Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club. Contested off the coast of WA, racing will be on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 November.
Accountant sails faster than Sailor of the Year!
This week an accountant from New Zealand has one-upped Sailor of the Year, Jimmy Spithill in one of the most unique races ever seen in sailing.
Volvo Ocean Racers to Use Kites in Emergency
Gone are the days of brightly coloured storm sails in ocean racing, in this years Volvo Ocean Race, yachts will be using kiteboarding gear to get home!
Route Du Rhum record broken by 103ft Trimaran
After only 7 days at sea, 54 year old French Sailor Lo?ck Peyron has broken the race record in what is considered one of the most gruelling races on earth, the Route Du Rhumb.