Posts Tagged ‘racing’

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America’s Cup Action Photos
Posted on September 11th 2013 - Neil Rabinowitz
Photographer Neil Rabinowitz was on site for the first two days of America's Cup racing between Oracle USA and Emirates Team New Zealand.

2013 Dubois Cup: Megayacht Competition Supports Charity
Posted on July 18th 2013 - Carol Cronin
Over three days in June, owners and lovers of the designs of Ed Dubois converged on Porto Cervo, Sardinia. This invitation-only event combined racing and ...

Priceless Rebecca: Classy Superyacht With Classic Style
Posted on May 18th 2013 - Louay Habib
Rebecca combines the latest sailing technology and traditional design. The magnificent sweep of her teak laid decks ensures she turns heads in every port. Louay Habib ...

J-Class Spectacle: 5 Yachts Line Up at St Barths Bucket Regatta
Posted on April 16th 2013 - Ingrid Abery
Photographer Ingrid Abery captured the magnificent J-Class Yachts as they met to race in the largest gathering of J-Class yachts since the 1930s... even Sir ...

JV72 Stig: An Italian Stallion
Posted on January 30th 2013 - Louay Habib
Owned by Alessandro Rombelli, the previous Stig was a very successful cruiser/racer Mini Maxi built by Baltic Yachts of Finland. However, Rombelli’s has a voracious ...

The New America’s Cup: West Coast Style
Posted on October 3rd 2012 - John Burnham
In the first of two World Series events, Americas Cup racing in wing-sailed catamarans made its new home in windy San Francisco over the summer, ...

Lionheart, the new J-Class Yacht
Posted on December 28th 2010 - Diane Byrne
The resurgence of J Class yachts continues with this long and lovely racer-cruiser.

Newport Bermuda Race Nears Start
Posted on June 14th 2010 - Tom Tripp
The 47th edition of the Newport to Bermuda race is now three days away from its June 18 start in Newport, Rhode Island. Follow with ...

Racing to Costa Rica for Coffee?
Posted on December 16th 2009 - Staff
The 2009 edition of the biennial Transat Jacques Vabre sent 14 monohulls and six multihulls sailing across the Atlantic last November, along the historic coffee ...