The RORC Easter Challenge - sailed off Cowes - is always a great re-introduction for sailors to racing after the winter break. This year was no exception.
Cowes is home to one of the most famous sailing regattas in the World, Cowes Week, so it’s little wonder readers have a keen interest in the sport of sailing.
With the many sailing clubs around the Wight, Islanders prove that it’s a ‘sport for all’ and not just those with the means. Here you’ll find all news relating to the sport and leisure activity of sailing.
East Cowes Sailing Club, in conjunction with the Westerly Owners’ Association, is extending an open invitation to yacht owners to join the annual Sail the Wight sponsored charity race and cruise in company east-about around the Isle of Wight, on Saturday 6th June 2015.
2015 is set be a landmark year for Cowes Harbour with the final stages of works on the new detached Breakwater commencing in June and construction due to be completed by October.
Monday, 30th March, 2015 10:52am
By Louisa Mamakou with one comment
A campaign to reinstate paralympic sailing in the 202 Tokyo Paralympics has now attracted 15,000 supporters.
With the likes of Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and the sailing community supporting them, the campaign to reinstate sailing into the 2020 Paralympic Games surely can't be ignored.
Monday, 2nd February, 2015 5:27pm
By Sally Perry with one comment
Despite 375 entries being applied for in just 24 minutes, there is still time to enter if you missed out.
Friday, 16th January, 2015 7:24am
By Suzanne and Alan Whitewood with 2 readers' comments