Racing

AC35 Hopefuls Duke it Out in the Extreme Sailing Series

by SAIL Editors, Posted July 12, 2014

While the powers that be are proving frustratingly slow at deciding on a regatta format or final boat design for the 35th America’s Cup, the sailors themselves have been plenty busy fanning out across the globe in search of additional multihull racing experience.


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The hype surrounding the recent America’s Cup would have you believe that to go foiling in a catamaran requires a Herculean effort, but this is not the case. On the AC72s the monumental crew workout we all witnessed was required to maintain pressure in the hydraulics controlling the foils and the wing.


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Ryan Breymaier Takes First in the IMOCA Ocean Masters

by SAIL Editors, Posted July 1, 2014

U.S. sailor Ryan Breymaier took a big step toward his dream of competing in the 2016-17 Vendée Globe when he and co-skipper Pepe Ribes took first in the IMOCA Ocean Masters New York to Barcelona Race in June aboard the Open 60 Hugo Boss.


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Charleston Hosts Fort 2 Battery Race

by SAIL Editors, Posted June 28, 2014

This past spring was an especially busy one on Charleston Harbor, with not one but three regattas taking place in quick succession in April: Sperry Top-Sider Charleston Race Week, the Moth North Americans and, new this year, the inaugural Fort 2 Battery Race, a high-speed 3.8 mile downwind sprint from Fort Sumter to the Charleston waterfront.


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U.S sailor Ryan Breymaier and Spanish co-skipper Pepe Ribes have won the doublehanded IMOCA Ocean Masters New York to Barcelona race, completing the transatlantic course in 14 days 2 hours and 44 minutes. 


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