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.
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.
Day Two of their 2018 World Championship will go down in RC44 history books with three races sailed in waves, and at the top of the wind range, forcing teams to break out their No.3 headsails and small spinnakers.
Another adrenalin-pumping, top of the range day off Cascais at the RC44 World Championship saw Igor Lah's Team CEEREF claim two bullets from three races, enabling the Slovenian team to stay in contact with Vladimir Prosikhin's ultra-consistent leader Team Nika.
Team Nika became the first team ever to claim a hat trick of RC44 World Championship titles after Vladimir Prosikhin, tactician Dean Barker and their crew managed to fend off Igor Lah's Team CEEREF on the final day of big conditions racing off Cascais.
Despite being mid-November, Portugal laid on warm temperatures and light winds for the opening day of the RC44 Cascais Cup. In the opening race Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika started as her crew intended. They pulled off a good mid-line start on starboard and managed to control the fleet to take ...
How things can change. After two light days but with a comparatively large Atlantic swell running, an aggressive-looking cold front off the Portuguese coast looked set to make racing impossible on the penultimate day of the RC44 Cascais Cup.