Bellion Expected To Complete Vendee Globe By Feb17

The final few nautical miles of the popular Vendee Globe around the world nonstop race look to be a treacherous path for the racers. After more than 90 days of sailing all over the world, the finish line for many sailors look near, but they feel that it is far off. The rough weathers and […]

Coutts Believes Quality Would Win America’s Cup

The legend of America’s Cup and the CEO of America’s Cup Event Authority, Sir Russell Coutts is of the opinion that it would be quality and not quantity that would provide the best America’s Cup in its long history. Any of the five syndicates can win the America’s Cup next year if they are able […]

Yacht captain charged for mishap

A yacht captain from New Jersey was blamed for a boat crash in 2015 that killed fishermen off the Rhode Island coast, said a report filed by the investigators. According to reports, the state Department of Environmental Management saw that seventy-six year old Cooper Bacon from Cape May, in New Jersey, United States, must have […]

No wind for Tauranga Yacht Race

Just 4 yachts crossed the end-line in this year’s Tauranga Yacht Race in Auckland. Tough sea conditions as well as a serious lack of wind pushed most crews to adjourn on the first day. Graham Vincent, race organizer, said that they have had similar conditions just one tie before this. But this was not this […]