Maxi fleet race in St. Tropez

Maxi Racing to the Max

Maxi yacht racing has long been the realm of big hardware and big action, and over the past several years, the turnout has been getting bigger too.

the author takes a low and fast angle off the start line

How to Find Your Speed Mode

High mode, low mode or somewhere in between, there’s a faster way to get to the mark first. The key is shifting into the right mode at the right time.

St. Pete is Going to Sizzle

All indications are the Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series’ kick off in St. Petersburg is going to be hot. And we’re not just talking about the weather.

Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series

Embracing popular fleets at each location, the Regatta Series features many different boat types: dinghies, multihulls, and keelboats that race under established handicap systems.

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Paul Campbell-James with caught fish

Shifting Gears in the Abacos

Professional sailor Paul Campbell-James leaves the SailGP racecoures behind and escapes to the Bahamas for some bareboat R&R.

Salish Cup whiteboard

A Plan For Regatta Simplification

If the goal is to simplify the experience for competitors and take away organizational barriers, strip your regatta plan to the bare essentials.

Snipe race

Acclimating To Union

The sailors of Colorado’s Union Sailing Club make the most of their brief sailing season with a packed race calendar.

Chuck Millican and Ed Baird

King of the Remote Control Mountain

The American Model Yacht Association gathered top remote control sailors in Texas last November to crown a king, and after three days and dozens of races, one was finally crowned.

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