The Cork 1720 fleet enjoyed an exhilarating race, reports Brett Lewis. Reports from Moody 34 Sea Orchid and wooden Moody-built Varen
Giant catamaran Orange II will participate in the Round the Island race as part of a series of shakedown sails
Dave Pugh will be reporting live on tomorrow's race, including exclusive reports from eight boats
America's Cup challenger Peter Harrison has loaned a Farr 52 to the British Paralympic Association to brush up their sailing skills for the Athens Olympics.
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Peter Bruce, a past winner of the Gold Roman Bowl, highlights 11 hotspots and offers advice and tactics to improve your performance
The Round The Island race was first sailed in 1931, and its competitors still compete for the Gold Roman Bowl, the legendary trophy presented by the race's founder Cyril Windeler.
Olympic gold medallists and round-the-world skippers will be joining this year's classic Round the Island Race on Saturday 26th June 2004.
andia is expanding its Set Sail portfolio of sailing sponsorships by supporting the British Paralympic Association with particular focus on their participation in the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games.
Cutting a dash on the startline with their more hi-tech sisters, two fine old ladies of the sea will join this year's Round the Island Race.