The old knife-thrower scores a bull's-eye - Mouligne tacks into Punta to take top Class II honours once again

Soldini diverts once more

Following Thiercelin's dismasting drama this morning, Soldini has diverted to offer support following concerns about Thiercelin's communication systems

Jimmmy Cornell reports from Antarctica

What turned out to be our last day in Antarctica was also the most beautiful. Perfect is, in fact, the only word to describe it. After a rendezvous with the…

Garside’s knockdown

In his latest report from on board Magellan Alpha, Mike Garside describes his knockdown as he was heading for Autissier's EPIRB

Hall: ‘I am devastated.’

From on board the crippled Gartmore Investment, Josh Hall wrote on 12 February: As you can imagine I am devastated – we had the boat running so sweetly – the…

Autissier takes to liferaft

Isabelle Autissier is reported to have taken to her liferaft after her Open 60 capsized 1,900 miles west of Cape Horn

Hall dismasted

Josh Hall has been dismasted in high winds and heavy seas and is motoring to the Chatham Islands; Brad Van Liew has been diverted as a precaution

Keeping the dream alive

With support from COMSAT, Fedor Konioukhov is set to continue his round-the-world quest

Clipper ’98 restart

The long Pacific leg of the Clipper '98 round the world race started at 0400 GMT Monday 1 February, just after the finish of Superbowl 33

Windy finish for Race Week

Rollicking winds wrap up the Key West Race Week, with the Manx yacht Hi Fling, owned by Irvine Laidlaw, winning the overall Yachting Magazine Trophy

Weather to sail

Keeping a sharp weather eye, meteorologists maintin a watch on a potentially dangerous tropical cyclone

Another tricky day in paradise

Some participants at GMC Yukon Yachting Key West Race Week ’99 forgot to offer their weekly sacrifice to Huey, sailing’s legendary wind God, before coming to the 12th anniversary regatta.…