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  • Vendée Globe

    Vendée Globe

    10 November 2012

    The course for the Vendée Globe illustrates the straightforward nature and simplicity of the idea behind this major event. You sail around the world from west to east via the three major capes of Good Hope, Leeuwin and the Horn.



    31 May 2013

    Each year, the title of IMOCA world champion rewards the top skipper in the IMOCA Class. It is given to the sailor, who has stood out over the past two race seasons.

  • Clipper


    01 September 2013

    The Unique selling point of the Clipper Round the Wolrd Race is allowing ordinary people to do the extraordinary. But despite the amateur status of the sailors, the behind-the-scenes organisation is as professional and commercially astute as it comes.

  • America’s Cup

    America’s Cup

    01 September 2013

    In 2013, the race for the America’s Cup will reach its zenith in San Francisco, the host city of the 34th America’s Cup.

  • ISAF


    12 October 2013

    The ISAF Sailing World Cup is a world-class annual series for Olympic sailing. It is open to the sailing events chosen for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Sailing Competitions.

  • Extreme Sailing Series

    Extreme Sailing Series

    20 February 2014

    The Extreme Racing Series brings the thrill of top-level racing to 8 venues around the world with 11 teams racing 40 foot state-of-the-art catamarans built by TornadoSport.



    05 June 2014

    AWMRT events take place in identically supplied racing yachts to place the focus on team work and skill. Racing takes place close to the shore so that spectators and fans can follow the racing in a virtual on-the-water stadium.

  • Volvo Ocean Race

    Volvo Ocean Race

    04 October 2014

    The Volvo Ocean Race is a triennial round-the-world yacht race. Teams competing in the 2014-15 and 2017-18 races will race identical 65-foot monohulls designed by Farr Yacht Design. The race includes in-port stages for spectators to engage with the race.