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Paul Cayard

Welcome to Cayard Sailing!  This is a place where, for 20 years, I have chronicled my sailing competitions and adventures.  New reports or blogs are posted regularly.  If you would like to get the reports emailed to you, just sign up below.  There is an archive of all past reports and a photo gallery as well.

I am a public speaker and have made many speeches to corporations and various groups over the years.  You can find more information about that in the Events section.

Sail Fast!

Paul

America’s Cup 35

Oracle and New Zealand crossing tacks. Photo by Richard Smith Bermuda Races 5 and 6 of the 35th America’s Cup were held today on Great Sound in Bermuda in 10 knots of wind.  The question on everyone’s mind was: Did Oracle Team USA find some speed to make this Cup competitive?  The answer is yes! […]

America’s Cup 35

Bermuda Races three and four were run today on Great Sound and the result was the same. He KIWI dominance in this wind range is impressive. The Kiwi foils and wing combine to generate 7-10% more speed around the race course over the American boat. The questions are; do the Americans know what to do […]

America’s Cup 35

Oracle vs ETNZ start of race 2.      Photos by Richard Smith Bermuda The first two races of America’s Cup 35 were held today on Great Sound in Bermuda.  The conditions were on the lighter side of the spectrum with east winds at 8 knots.  This meant that the wind was blowing over the […]


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