From 24-27 May, the Extreme Sailing Series™ teams of elite level sailors will take to the waters of Lake Garda, Italy, for the first official GC32 World Championship.
The international fleet of 11 double-handed speed machines that are the Flying Phantoms will flock to Baie de Quiberon, France, from 18-21 May for the second Act of their five-Act Series.
OC Sport, the global pioneer in event creation and management, has today announced that the fourth Act of the 2018 Extreme Sailing Series™ will be held in Cascais, Portugal, from 5-8 July.
OC Sport, the creator and organiser of the Extreme Sailing Series™, has announced today that it is cancelling the fifth Act of the 2018 season due to be held in St Petersburg, Russia from 9-12 August.
Having won the Extreme Sailing Series™ overall for the first time in 2017, SAP Extreme Sailing Team heads for Riva del Garda as one of the favourites to claim the first ever GC32 World Championship title. An article by James Boyd.
On a mission to raise the profile of sailing among the Mexican people, Team México have goals that go beyond a podium finish.
The Extreme Sailing Series™ will continue to deliver its incredible offering of VIP packages at each of its 2018 events.
A record-sized fleet of foiling catamarans is set to descend on Lake Garda in northern Italy at the end of May, where crews from across the globe will fight to become the first ever official World Champion in the GC32 one design foiling catamaran class. An article by James Boyd.
Riva del Garda, Italy at the end of May will see the GC32 foiling catamaran class’ first official World Championship since becoming a World Sailing-recognised class last autumn. An article by James Boyd.
Three-time Extreme Sailing Series™ champions Alinghi were crowned winners of the opening Act of the 2018 Series today, their first win in Muscat in their eight-year history in the event.
NZ Extreme Sailing Team and Red Bull Sailing Team collide in the fourth race of the day
It was comedy central at the Skippers Briefing this morning, with the sailors teasing each other ahead of day three’s racing. With wind predicted and hopes of foiling, the teams are looking to shake up the leaderboard.