World champ Paula Novotna shares her tips on fast and fluid wingfoiling jibes.
Late September brings first round of AC40 scrimmages for the America’s Cup teams, and ahead of the action, the Cup’s media insiders share their assessments.
US Olympics-bound Formula Kite superstar Daniela Moroz shares the good and the tough life as she goes all in for her first Olympic appearance.
Xquisite Yachts’ Sportcat 30 is designed to train new big-catamaran owners, but as a one-design fleet, the lightweight and simple cat would be a blast. Here’s the details on this nominee for Sailing World’s 2024 Boat of the Year.
Could there possibly be a better block? We check in Harken engineer Matt Schmidt and Harken test pilot Ravi Parent to hear what makes the Harken Zircon Block range an efficient thing of beauty.
Embracing popular fleets at each location, the Regatta Series features many different boat types: dinghies, multihulls, and keelboats that race under established handicap systems.
The Ocean Race’s Most Punishing Leg Nearly 13,000 miles of hard racing across the Southern Ocean put the Ocean Races’ sailors to the ultimate endurance test.
Racing editor Mike Ingham shares his insight on how to handle puffs and shifts on typical lake venues, especially when it’s “windy and weird.”
What if I could tell you exactly how to win your next race without ever having to watch you sail? Well, I can, and it’s easier than you think.
Wingfoil travel is taking off as fast as the sport itself and there some good things to know before you go to ensure your trip goes off without a snag.
The International Snipe Class continues to reinvent and reimagine itself through initiatives that continue to make it one of sailing’s most iconic one-design classes.
The Allianz Sailing World Championships provided the US Sailing Team its first opportunity to secure Olympic berths and the team emerged with four.
The latest from the Helly Hansen and American Magic partnership is the American Magic Supporter Collection, a new product line featuring products made of highly resilient materials.
Wingfoiling through the British Virgin Islands? Oh yes, indeed. Sailing World Expedition’s first immersion is going to soar.
Monitoring and communicating your relative performance in a sailboat race is essential intelligence for your skipper and the speed team.
To prepare for their major European doublehanded events Jonathan McKee and teammate Alyosha Strum-Palerm check their boxes.
At the Etchells World Championship in Miami, the lead pack broke out early, with the eventual winner making its move in the final race.
There’s a great thing happening out in Cornhusker country. Nothing fancy here, but the sailing is excellent.
A six-year nautical treasure hunt for the Rhodes Bantam Hull No. 2 took unexpected turns and detours, but the sleuth finally found his prize.
Skipper Carolyn Corbet and her teammates on the IOD Elektra won the day, the regatta and the Overall title. Off to the BVIs they go.
With low winds and high hopes, the sailors set out on the third day of the Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series in Marblehead, but the action was a no-go.