The World Sailing Show

Watch the latest episode of The World Sailing Show below.

If you thought the Middle East was all sand and skyscrapers, think again. The scenery for the new style 1,000km Sailing Arabia The Tour was spectacular.

From the start in Salalah to the finish in Muttrah, from jaw dropping landscapes, to challenging weather, the new look 14 day event provided plenty to take onboard for crews as they got to grips with their new fleet of Diem 24 trimarans.

The March edition of The World Sailing Show includes a look at what life is like aboard a miniature offshore racer.

And also revealed is the latest in the Volvo Ocean Race and how crews change gear aboard a Volvo 65 and select the right sail. Race guru and MAPFRE team member Rob Greenhalgh explains in the World Sailing Show exclusive.

Plus, how a pumped up idea could be the future for sailing
– The new look Sail Arabia The Tour
– Mini Transat: Life aboard a small boat on a big ocean
– What’s in a Volvo 65’s sail wardrobe
– The inflatable wing sail: The future?
– Europe’s hot ships
– World Cup Series Miami

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