On this month’s show there’s the first capsize of an AC75 caught on video as America’s Cup Defenders Emirates Team New Zealand took a tumble off Auckland Harbour. There’s also the climax of the Brest Atlantiques which saw some of the greatest sailors race the biggest trimarans around the Atlantic. There’s a SailGP update as two new teams are announced for the new season and action from the Grand Finale of the Star Sailors League in the Bahamas. Plenty of end of season world championships have recently taken place - we bring you the action and the new world medallists from Kiteboarding, Windsurfing and three sailing classes.
On this month’s show we start a new series building up to this summer’s Olympic Games. We start by looking at the favourites for medals in the 470 and bring you our guide to the sailing venue in Enoshima.
The Sydney to Hobart is a highlight of the sailing calendar but the 75th edition was particularly special with the largest fleet in many years. We tell the story of the race and hear from the winners.
The longest intercontinental race of the southern hemisphere gets off to a flying start. We’re on board Maserati multi 70 to hear how Italy’s favourite sailor Giovanni Soldini plans to win the Cape to Rio race.
For the first time in its 63 year history the Finn Gold Cup was won by a New Zealander – we find out how he did it.
We’re in Australia to watch one of the most dominant performances ever at the Moth world championships.
This month the World Sailing Show focuses on the thrills and spills of a decade of foiling with Sir Ben Ainslie at the INEOS TEAM UK training base in Cagliari, Italy. The British America’s Cup skipper looks ahead to an action-packed year in SailGP and the America’s Cup World Series. We bring you action from the star-studded fleet competing in the RORC Caribbean 600 race - 700 sailors from 37 nations racing 600 miles around 11 islands. A year of Olympic sailing kicked off in Miami with the World Cup Series. We bring you the stories and action from the event that featured seven Olympic classes. Another speed record has been won by the French. Francis Joyon and his IDEC Sport crew concluded a winter of record-breaking by taking the Hong Kong to London tea clipper route record.