Gallery 2023, March

America’s Cup: Brits Confirmed As "Challenger Of Record"

Sir Ben Ainslie's team is the lead challenger in the 37th America’s Cup. The comeback of a strict nationality rule and the one-boat rule has been announced

America's Cup: Quo Vadis?

After the America's Cup is before the America's Cup: The sailing world is discussing the options of the old and new New Zealand defenders who - still - are silent

Because Of Corona: Kiel Week Postponed Again To Autumn

Early, clear and pro sport and festival: the organizers of the world's largest regatta have decided to postpone, as in 2020

America’s Cup: Victory For The Men In Black

The cup stays in New Zealand. The home team clinched their seventh victory, which the Italians lost, but did well again

America’s Cup: The Tightest Race So Far

A race was sailed, the Italians fought great. There were several changes in leadership, and in the end luck also decided the victory

Vendée Globe: Boris Herrmann Finished Fourth. Livestream

The man from Hamburg did it: At 11:19 a.m., he crossed the finish line. Fourth place! But he can still be pushed to fifth place

Vendée Globe: Crash At Night - The Pictures Of The Damage

After the shock moment in the night there are now the first pictures of the ship. Incredible that Boris Herrmann was able to sail on

Vendée Globe: How Boris Herrmann Became What He Is Today

From Bornhorster See near Oldenburg to the sailing superstar of the Vendée Globe - the vita of the world's hottest German ocean sailor in the YACHT picture gallery

America's Cup: US Team Almost Down, Round Robin Canceled

The American Magic team narrowly escaped sinking after the dramatic capsize. The boat is badly damaged

These Are The Winners Of The 2020 Reader Photo Competition

Despite all the adverse circumstances of the past season, hundreds of readers took part in the YACHT photo competition

Vendée Globe: The Race Of Records

Almost six weeks after the arrival of the first German participant Boris Herrmann, the organizers drew a positive balance and let the numbers speak for themselves

Gilles Martin-Raget Wins The Mirabaud Photo Competition

The French photographer Gilles Martin-Raget wins the "Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image of the Century Award" for his famous picture of the "Hole of the Devil"

Visiting The Ghost Village Of The Vendée Globe

Where otherwise hundreds of thousands of fans pilgrimage across the footbridge and through the Race Village, this time there is an eerie emptiness. Local appointment in Les Sables d'Olonne

Vendée Globe: Boris Herrmann Exclusively Live From Board

The German reported to the YACHT from on board the "Seaexplorer". How he experiences the beginning of the race, his tactics for the approaching storm

Greta, Prince Albert And Alex Thomson Cheer On Herrmann

Boris Herrmann has started his Vendée Globe premiere. Family, friends and prominent sponsors had previously said goodbye to him at a Zoom party

Hunter Or Hunted? Boris Herrmann's Vendée Globe Opponent

Who are the favorites in the battle for the one-handed crown? These ten comrades-in-arms will make life difficult for Boris Herrmann. The shape guide

Impressions From The "Les Voiles De Saint-Tropez"

On the Côte d'Azure - despite Corona - the lovers of the oldest Mediterranean regatta of its kind came together to compete with one another

HSC Sailors Win The Third Helga Cup

At the popular women's regatta, there were crisp races in gusty winds and beaming winners in two classes - the most beautiful impressions of the Helga Cup 2020

Ylva's Master

The Danish Ylvas Championship was sailed on the Flensburg Fjord in mid-August. Impressions from the slim beauties

Stormy Times

Despite Corona requirements, the "Strander KÜZ" dinghy race with 250 participating boats took place on the Kiel Outer Fjord in challenging conditions

America’s Cup: A Crazy Day Of Racing

What was previously true is no longer true: change in leadership, differences in speed and a dramatic development

Wanser / Winkel Win A Heartbeat Duel For An Olympic Ticket

With sister Helena as a lucky charm, Anastasiya Winkel as team player and Italian coach on course for Japan: Luise Wanser in Olympic luck

America's Cup: Teams At Eye Level, Half-time Balance 3: 3

Are New Zealand and Italy sailing towards a heartbeat finale in the 36th America's Cup? After another balanced day, the starts are becoming more and more important

Showdown In Front Of Vilamoura: Family Duel For An Olympic Ticket

Two crews are fighting for just one Enoshima ticket in the final of the 470 World Championship: Theres Dahnke / Birte Winkel or Luise Wanser / Anastasiya Winkel - who will win?

America’s Cup: Like In A Sailing Textbook

Races 3 and 4 of the America’s Cup final were treats for tacticians. However, they only provided tension for one cross each

America's Cup: 1-1, Exciting Start, Important Findings

The first encounter between defender and challenger in the America's Cup was a draw. The races revealed a lot

America's Cup: Start Tonight; Italians Without A Chance?

The opening match of the 36th America's Cup starts on Wednesday night. The Italians' chances against the New Zealanders seem slim

The 36th America's Cup: Chances Check With Martin Fischer

The German physicist and foil expert is the challenger's co-design coordinator. In the interview he talks about cup opportunities, learning processes and gaps in the rules

The 470 World Cup Is About Being Or Not Being Olympic

The season begins for the German Sailing Team with a showdown: after Corona-related cancellations in series, a lot is at stake in front of Vilamoura in Portugal

The Last Vendée Globe Hero: Ari Huusela With "Sisu" At The Finish

With the arrival of the "Stark" skipper in Les Sables, the curtain falls on the 9th Vendée Globe. At home in Finland the pilot is celebrated like a national hero

Vegvisir Race Will Start In Nyborg On Fyn In The Future

The popular one- and two-handed regatta is moving. Instead of Nykøbing, Nyborg will be the port of departure and destination in September. Nevertheless, the courses remain challenging

The Ocean Race Europe: In The Light Of The Vendée Globe

The next ocean race is just around the corner. Imocas and VO65 are sailing from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, two potential German teams

French Woman With Oldest Boat At The Finish: "Nothing Is Impossible!"

Alexia Barrier finished her Vendée Globe premiere on a 23 year old Imoca. Your keys: a strong will, hard work and a lot of optimism

36th America's Match In Covid Lockdown Postponed

For the first time in the 170-year history of the America’s Cup, a duel for the most important trophy in sailing has to be postponed due to pandemic reasons

Vendée Globe: The Queen Of Hearts Is Coming

Samantha Davies is on her way to the port of departure and arrival at Les Sables-d'Olonne. She ends her race outside the classification with a grand gesture

Isabelle Joschke: "Close To The Worst And The Best"

The Franco-German "MACSF" skipper is back in Les Sables-d'Olonne. After extreme ups and downs, she now enjoys "the silence under my feet"

Fantastico!: Italy Challenges The Kiwis In The America's Cup

Sir Ben Ainslie's British are defeated. For the third time in the history of the America's Cup, an Italian team moves into a match for the America's Cup

America's Cup: Sailing Will Start Again On Saturday

The Italians prevailed, the organizer is obviously not amused. Two races every day until you win

Prada Cup: Italians Lead 5-1, Ainslie Gives British Hope

Sir Ben Ainslie's British America's Cup team has achieved their first success after a long dry spell. But Italy's cup hunters are only missing two wins

America's Cup: Dispute About Another Postponement

Another postponement threatens the Prada Cup final. The British would go along with them, the Italians want to stick to the program