The GC32 is a class of foiling catamaran developed by THE GREAT CUP BV. 12 metres long and constructed of carbon fibre, they have a top speed of about 40 knots (74 kmh/ 46 mph). They are sailed in the GC32 Racing Tour, and have been chosen to replace the Extreme 40’s in the Extreme Sailing Series.
The 2018 Extreme Sailing Series is ready to fly for the 12th consecutive year, with the announcement of a global tour that will visit eight major cities on three continents. Find out where the Series will be heading in 2018.
2018 Extreme Sailing Series - Act 1 - Muscat - Promo
The 2018 Extreme Sailing Series™ and 12th year in the history of the ultimate Stadium Racing championship is about to kick off again this week. The international fleet will be racing in Muscat, Oman. This will be the 8th time the Series visits the Sultanate of Oman.
2018 Extreme Sailing Series - Act 1 - Muscat - Day One
The 2018 Extreme Sailing Series™ and racing has begun in Muscat, Oman for Act 1. This is the 8th time the Series visits the Sultanate of Oman. Plenty of action so sit back and enjoy the thrills and spills.
Two horse race at the GC32 World Championship? The two teams dominating are Sébastien Schneiter’s crew on Team Tilt holds a two point lead over Jes Gram-Hansen and Rasmus Køstner’s SAP Extreme Sailing Team.
INEOS Team UK - GC32 World Championships 2018 - Day 3
Newly reformed youth team INEOS Rebels UK are in Garda for the GC32 World Championships 2018 – Float / Rigger Adam Kay gives an overview on the third day of racing and an insight into his role with the team.
INEOS Team UK - GC32 World Championships 2018 - Day 4
Newly reformed youth team INEOS Rebels UK are in Garda for the GC32 World Championships 2018 – Coach Andrew Walsh gives an overview on the final day of racing and looking ahead to the team's next event.
INEOS Team UK - Joins GC32 Racing Tour with Ben Ainslie
INEOS Team UK, join the 2018 GC32 Racing Tour. Four-time Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie will be at the helm for the team’s debut in the 32-foot foiling catamarans, at the GC32 Lagos Cup in Portugal for the second event of the European tour.
France ruled the waves on day one of racing at the GC32 Lagos Cup. Lagos, making its debut on the GC32 Racing Tour, laid on great conditions today with solid breeze and flat water – ideal for the GC32 catamarans to foil at high speed.
With one race lost yesterday, six were held on the final day of the GC32 Lagos Cup. This saw the full schedule of 20 races completed, but two races short of this Franck Cammas and his NORAUTO powered by Team France already had the regatta sewn up.
A dramatic opening day at the GC32 Villasimius Cup saw two races held before black clouds descended on the race course, causing the wind suddenly to build to 25+ knots from the southwest, kicking up a rough sea state.