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Electric boats chart a course for sustainable sailing
The boating sector is being urged to embrace electric vessels and sail towards a more sustainable future.
Landmark rape trial of sailing coach begins after #MeToo revelations
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Airline pilot navigates Dubai's competitive sailing scene
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The 'flying boat' that might keep Venice afloat
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Italian cruises set sail for the first time in four months
The flagship Costa Smeralda set off from the port of Savona after being landbound since December when the Italian government banned cruises due to the coronavirus crisis.
Frenchman Yannick Bestaven wins Vendée Globe solo round-the-world race
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Jules Verne Trophy: Attempt at record round-the-world sailing underway
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Vendée Globe: The feminine touch of sailing
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Euronews gets its sea legs for the Vendée Globe
Before the start of one of the most difficult and prestigious sailing events in the world, next Sunday, we had the opportunity to sail for a few hours with the french skipper Armel Trion aboard the L'Occitane en Provence.