The America’s Cup should have a rule that puts women on every boat
In a divided world, two FrencH OFFSHORE sailors show us what it means to be human
In just two years, America’s Cup teams have taken the foiling ac75 class from nothing to going 50 knots
Randall Reeves is the first known sailor to complete a figure eight around the Americas and Antarctica
Built to give an America’s Cup-type experience, the Eagle Class 53 Catamaran is turning heads.
Instructors at Rhode Island’s Sail Newport teach the city’s fourth-graders more than just sailing.
A meticulous restoration returned a 116-year-old English cutter to Bristol condition. The first order of business after relaunch: racing to Alaska.
A Special Olympics sailing program in New Jersey is helping connect sailors with athletes who love being on the water and underway.
A tribute to the late Lowell North, who founded the world-renowned sailmaking outfit North Sails.
The Community Boating Center provides opportunities for city kids that go far
Bruce Kirby is most famous for designing the Laser one-design sailing dinghy, but this 90-year-old has done so much more.
Golden Globe Race sailors circumnavigate the oceans, using only sextants to navigate. Should we?
In an effort to get veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder back into society, a doctor discovered that sailing was the perfect prescription.
The RS21 combines modern tech with good, old-fashioned design sense in a
keelboat that is fast,
affordable and fun to sail.