Arkema's Lalou Roucayrol and Alex Pella cross the finish line of the Transat Jacques Vabre as winners in the Multi50 class
George David's Rambler 88 finished the Rolex Middle Sea Race first for the third consecutive year
There are just days to go before the excitement of the 35th America's Cup in Bermuda. Find out when to watch, so you never miss the action!
With the countdown to the 35th America's Cup underway, we bring you some unusual facts about the race, and the sailors taking part
Land Rover BAR not only took the event but were crowned the 2015-16 America's Cup World Series champions ahead of the America's Cup Qualifiers in Bermuda next summer.
Here's our pick of some of the most inspiring yachtswomen. Who's your inspiration?
Paramedic Andrew Ashman was the first fatality in the history of the Clipper Round the World Race. An interim MAIB report has revealed he suffered fatal neck injuries.
Who's your dream skipper? YBW asks some of the thousands of racing fans at the America's Cup World Series in Portsmouth to pick their favourite. Are you in the pictures?
Ahead of the America's Cup action in Portsmouth this weekend, Sir Ben Ainslie has already had his first win! He and his wife, Georgie Thompson have welcomed their first child.
French and British classic boats will leave Plymouth on 12 July for the race to La Rochelle in France. They are expected to finish from 20 July.
Sir Ben Ainslie's bid to bring the America’s Cup back to Britain is moving forward with the launch of Land Rover BAR's latest test boat.
The historic annual Boat Race provided plenty of drama and brought thousands of spectators to West London.
The roster of sailing stars is shaping up for the 2016 J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race.
Watch as in an unprecedented move, Land Rover and Sir Ben Ainslie reveal the technical areas of collaboration currently in development to help create the fastest America’s Cup boat with…
Gosport Marine Scene is offering 10 youngsters aged 14-17 olds from the Gosport area the chance to get a sail bursary and compete in the Small Ships Race.
Two Danish sailors have conceived and organised a solo race around Denmark scheduled to take place in 2016.
Yachtswoman Dee Caffari will take on the challenge in aid of Sail 4 Cancer
The Mount Gay Round Barbados Series concludes after another spectacular day on the racecourse
Entries for the annual one day race open on 15 January with the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust confirmed as its official charity for the fifth consecutive year.
The first images of Sir Ben Ainslie's new boat have come in, and the British racer is calling the boat the most advanced he's ever had.