Country Life's Rosie Paterson catches up with Dee Caffari in Wales – and then takes part in the Pro-Am race to get a taste of the action for herself
It's been announced that the Volvo Ocean Race, currently owned by the Volvo Group and Volvo Cars will be passed on to the Atlantic Ocean Racing Spain for its 2021
Team Brunel won Leg 9 of the Volvo Ocean Race from Newport to Cardiff but with a third place finish Dongfeng Race Team is at the top of the overall
Team Brunel has won the 7th leg of the race around Cape Horn, from Auckland to Itajai, placing them third in the overall standings
Vestas 11th Hour Racing collided with a fishing vessel during Leg 4 of the race, resulting in a fatality
It was a hairy moment at sea when Sun Hung Kai/Scallywag lost a headsail, but thankfully it was just a pin holding the sail popping out. Watch the video here…
The start of the Volvo Ocean Race started on 22 October. See how you can follow this exciting round-the-world race
Following the announcement that the proposed 2019-20 Volvo Ocean Race in new boats will not take place as planned, Mark Turner talks about his decision to quit
In the biggest shake up in its history, the Volvo Ocean Race has announced a series of radical initiatives, including introducing a new foil-assisted ocean racing monohull and a ‘flying’…
Organisers of the Volvo Ocean Race have announced that France's Guillaume Verdier will design the new One Design racing yacht for the 14th edition of the race
As chosen by the organisers, here are the ten most impactful youngsters in the 45 year history of the Whitbread Round the World, later Volvo Ocean Race
The chairman of the Mirpuri Foundation has announced he plans to register the first Portuguese team for the Volvo Ocean Race 2020, and has just completed his first transatlantic sail
Organisers of the Volvo Ocean Race are making a major rule change to give world-class female sailors a much clearer pathway to compete at the highest level of offshore sailing…
The 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race looks to be the toughest yet. The route has been increased to around 45,000nm but the race is scheduled to be a month shorter.
Organisers of the Volvo Ocean Race confirm that Hong Kong will host the event for the first time in February 2018.