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    • Caudrelier wins first ever solo round the world race in foiling Ultim 27th February 2024
      Charles Caudrelier has won the Arkea Ultim Challenge Brest, the first ever solo around the world race for 100ft foiling trimarans, on the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild UltimCharles Caudrlier has won the first ever solo around the world race for multihulls Solo skipper Charles Caudrelier has won the Arkea Ultim Challenge Brest, the first ever […]
      Helen Fretter
    • Sailing from Annapolis to Iceland on the viking routes of old 27th February 2024
      A 3,000-mile passage from Annapolis to Iceland sees Andy Schell crossing tacks with viking routes of old on a spectacular sail via Newfoundland and Greenland Heavy, heavy fog blanketed the boat. We had a rotating watch standing on the bow looking for growlers. Everything, and …Continue reading » The post Sailing from Annapolis to Iceland […]
      Andy Schell
    • American cruisers feared dead after yacht stolen in Grenada prison break 26th February 2024
      Two liveaboard cruisers are missing, feared dead, after their catamaran Simplicity was apparently stolen during a prison escape in the Caribbean. Two liveaboard cruisers, Ralph Hendry and Kathy Brandel, are missing feared dead after their catamaran Simplicity was apparently stolen during …Continue reading » The post American cruisers feared dead after yacht stolen in Grenada […]
      Helen Fretter
    • Your expert guide to routing for multihulls 26th February 2024
      Chris Tibbs is a meteorologist and weather router who has sailed over 300,000 miles here, he offers his advice on routing for multihulls Over recent years there has been a big increase in the number of cruising catamarans making the transatlantic crossing. Of …Continue reading » The post Your expert guide to routing for multihulls […]
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    • Ever dreamed of packing it all in a living on a yacht remotely? 23rd February 2024
      Cruising off the beaten track is a bluewater dream, but how can you prepare for every situation? Catherine Lawson shares remote cruising wisdom If you sail far enough from home, you’ll eventually reach a place that looks wonderfully unfamiliar and is almost entirely …Continue reading » The post Ever dreamed of packing it all in […]
      Yachting World
    • 50-knot winds and 9m seas delay round the world race winners 21st February 2024
      Charles Caudrelier, long-time leader of the Arkea Ultim Challenge Brest solo around the world race, has paused in the Azores after a severe weather forecast for “impassable” conditions in Biscay on his final approach to the finish. Charles Caudrelier, skipper of the Maxi Edmond de Rothschild trimaran and Arkea Ultim Challenge leader has paused his […]
      Helen Fretter
    • Two new IMOCA skippers who will be fighting at the front of the next Vendée Globe 20th February 2024
      The new solo Retour à La Base race set IMOCA skippers a tough challenge: but two new names rose to the top. Andi Robertson reports One year before the 2024 Vendée Globe, two back to back transatlantic races – the classic double-handed Transat Jacques Vabre …Continue reading » The post Two new IMOCA skippers who […]
      Yachting World
    • What are the best ways to keep a yacht’s crew happy? 19th February 2024
      Trying to keep a yacht's crew happy over a long distance can be difficult. Helen Fretter delves into the new rules for crew harmony If you have a happy boat, you can have disasters happen to you, and it’ll be fine. On an unhappy …Continue reading » The post What are the best ways to […]
      Helen Fretter
    • 5 expert tips: Shorthanded mainsail reefing 16th February 2024
      Reefing offshore while racing short-handed is a skill worth honing, as Deb Fish explains to Andy RiceCora,FRA 35829 The double-handed team of Deb Fish and Rob Craigie have got mainsail reefing down to a fine art. “Even when …Continue reading » The post 5 expert tips: Shorthanded mainsail reefing appeared first on Yachting World.
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    • “I never cheated” Clarisse Cremer denies rumours of Vendee Globe routing 15th February 2024
      Vendée Globe skipper Clarisse Cremer has rebutted anonymous accusations that she cheated during the 2020 race by discussing routing with her husband ashore. FORT DE FRANCE, MARTINIQUE - NOVEMBER 20 : Imoca L’Occitane en Provence, skippers Clarisse Cremer and Alan Roberts, are pictured at pontoon during arrivals of the Transat Jacques Vabre in Fort de […]
      Helen Fretter