Extreme Sailing Series™ fans witnessed an intense, nail-biting end to today’s racing in Portugal, as INEOS Rebels UK and SAP Extreme Sailing Team crossed the finish line just inches apart in the final race of Act four’s penultimate day.
SAP Extreme Sailing Team made history today in Cascais, Portugal, as they smashed the record for the fastest speed ever recorded in the 12 year history of the Extreme Sailing Series™.
For the third time, the Extreme Sailing Series™ has teamed up with Sailors for the Sea Portugal – a charity based around uniting sailors to protect the ocean and promote sustainability.
Taking an impressive five podium finishes in the day’s eight races, the Brits meant business on the first day of the Extreme Sailing Series™ Act 4, Cascais.
With the sailors gearing up for their mid-season fight, read what the skippers had to say as they head into Act 4, Cascais.
Providing up and coming Portuguese sailors with experience in the ultimate Stadium Racing championship, grassroots Team Portugal is set to meet the Extreme Sailing Series™ professional crews on the start line in Cascais, from 5-8 July.
The highly anticipated mid-season fight for the Extreme Sailing Series™ top spot begins next week in Cascais, Portugal, from 5-8 July.
At the heart of every Extreme Sailing Series™ Race Village you'll find the VIP Extreme Club, where both guests and sailors gather to enjoy the event in style. With unrivalled views of the racing, five-star all day catering, an open bar, exclusive entertainment and behind-the-scenes access, it promises to deliver an unforgettable experience.
It was success in Spain for three-time Extreme Sailing Series™ champions Alinghi, as they took their second Act win of the 2018 season today in Barcelona.
We caught up with local team Spanish Impulse, currently competing on home waters for the third Act of the 2018 Extreme Sailing Series™ in Barcelona. Get to know these sailing superstar Spaniards as they head into the final day of the event.
The penultimate day of Act 3, Barcelona, had fans glued to the racing as two of the event’s main contenders made contact on the course.
There’s cause for celebration today in Barcelona, as home team Spanish Impulse finished day two of Act 3 on a high, clocking podium finishes in both the first and last races of the day.