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  1. In October 2023, the Transat Jacques Vabre Normandie Le Havre will celebrate its 30th anniversary in Le Havre before the famous two-handed tranatlantic race heads to Martinique, where the finish of the race known as the Route du Café will…
    Antoine Robin and Gildas Gautier, race managers, with Jean-Luc Denécheau, Pdt FFV, survey the new race route during the press conference to launch the Transat Jacques Vabre 2023 in Paris on 3 November
  2. In honour of her victory as the first woman and first American to win the world’s largest sailing race, the Barcolana 54, philanthropist Wendy Schmidt announced today she will support the educational outreach and conservation activities of the Marine Biodiversity…
  3. Is most “ocean racing” today really oceanic? Does “offshore racing” really involve going truly offshore? Are boats touted as being “cruiser-racers” ever really used for genuine cruising? And are sailing enthusiasts who like to think of themselves as being devoted…
  4. Saying they are “bound by common values”, French boatbuilding institutions Jeanneau and Multiplast are joining forces to develop a new high-performance and accessible sailboat: the Sun Fast 30 One Design. It’s promised that the new design will offer “an intense…
    Artist’s impression of the new Sun Fast 30 One Design yacht
  5. US Sailing, the national governing body for sailing in the USA released the report requested by the Bermuda Race Organising Committee regarding the tragedy that occurred during the running of the 52nd Newport Bermuda Race. An expert US Sailing investigation…

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