The second annual Conch Republic Cup/Key West Cuba Race Week set for Jan. 22-to Feb. 3 is the only triangle race to Cuba, visiting two ports, Marina Gaviota in Varadero and Marina Hemingway in Havana, and includes the challenging return ...

Open to all sailboats from 19 to 80 feet in length, Charleston Race Week has become the largest regatta on the East Coast over the past 20 years. Multiple inshore and offshore courses are navigated for three consecutive days in ...

The Sperry Top-Sider Charleston Race Week has become the largest U.S. multi-class regatta, and it’s still growing. Watch for a new set of competitors as Charleston Race Week adds a new class for multihulls and a new sponsor, Quantum Sail ...

Charleston Race Week, hosted and organized by the Charleston Ocean Racing Association, is rounding the buoys to rack up more new records April 18-21. Last year, 252 sailboats actually raced. As of the end of February, 250 boats – from ...

Charleston has earned itself a new moniker as the Sailing Capital of the South following the finale of the 2012 Sperry Top-Sider Charleston Race Week. The most frequently heard accolades from the racers included “I was blown away by the ...

The first day of racing at Sperry Top-Sider Charleston Race Week in Charleston, SC opened under cloudy skies and light, shifty breezes. As the day progressed, the breeze filled in nicely and the sun made an appearance as PRO Hank Stuart fired ...

City’s Race Week proves more popular than Key West The Sperry Top-Sider Charleston Race Week continues to be one of the fastest growing regattas in the country. The race, now in its 16th year, is organized by the Charleston Ocean ...