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Clipper 70

First Clipper 70 arrives in UK

The 12 new Clipper Race yachts will create the world's biggest matched fleet of large ocean racing yachts

Steve Jobs's Venus

Steve Jobs's iYacht

A high-tech superyacht is launched posthumously for the co-founder of Apple

Vendee Globe Village opening 2012

Vendée Globe: record attendance

A record number of spectators walked the pontoons for the first week of Race Village opening

Vendee Globe

Why are you doing the Vendée Globe?

On board ACCIONA Spanish skipper Javier Sanso tells us why he decided to compete in the 2012-2013 Vendée

JP Dick

How much does safety at sea cost?

OK, that's a trick question, but did you know an offshore safety inventory can cost over £3,500?

ETNZ AC72 reaches 40 knots

ETNZ's AC72 rescue and recovery plan

Emirates Team New Zealand coach Rod Davis comments on the team's rescue plan in the event of a capsize

Luna Rossa, AC World Series

Italian AC72 hits the water this week

Italy's challenge is getting ready to launch in Auckland where the team plans to train

Lunar Mist refit

Near write-off relaunched after major refit

32-Metre sailing yacht Lunar Mist is ready to be relaunched at Solent Refit after 12-month programme

Liquid Vortex rescue

Men face trial after dramatic rescue

Skipper and company director face several charges of safety breaches under the Merchant Shipping Act

Joseph Adams

Australian yacht designer murdered

Joseph Adams is robbed and murdered at his home in the Philippines

Extreme Sailing Series 2012, Nice Act 7

Extreme Sailing Series: French victory on French waters

Groupe Edmond de Rothshchild win Act 7 in Nice, after an eventful few days which included race cancellations and collision

Larger Oysters under construction in Southampton

15 jobs to go as Oyster battles falling sales

As Oyster approaches its 40th anniversary, falling sales force redundancies, reassessment of production and plans for a new model

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