Paul Cayard is a seven-time sailing world champion, a seven-time America's Cup veteran and two-time Olympian.
Paul was the first American skipper to win the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1998 on EF Language. In 2005-06, Paul skippered the Disney entry, Pirates of the Caribbean in the Volvo Ocean Racing, winning the final leg into Gothenburg, Sweden, and placing second overall.
The Star World Championship in 1988 is his most treasured prize. Cayard's accolades include election to the US Sailing Hall of Fame in 2011 and Rolex Yachtsman of the Year in 1998.
2013 Artemis Racing, CEO, San Francisco
2007 Desafio Espanol, Technical Advisor, Valencia
2000 AmericaOne Skipper, Auckland
1995 Stars and Stripes Helmsman San Diego
1992 Il Moro di Venezia Skipper/Manager San Diego
1987 USA Tactician Perth, Australia
1983 Defender - Sail trimmer Newport, RI
2002 IMS, Capri, Brava Q 8
1996 ILC 40, Athens, Brava Q8
1991 50' Class Japan Abracadabra
1991 America's Cup, San Diego, Il Moro di Venezia
1989 One Ton, Napoli, Brava
1988 Star, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1988 Maxi, San Francisco, Il Moro di Venezia III
2006 Volvo Ocean Race 2nd Pirates of the Caribbean
1998 Whitbread Round the World Race 1st EF Language
2004 Star, Athens - 5th
1984 Star (Alternate), Los Angeles
2011 U.S. Sailing Hall of Fame.
2006 St Francis Yacht Club Yachtsman of the Year
2002 Sailing World Hall of Fame
1998 Rolex Yachtsman of the Year
1997 St. Francis Yacht Club Yachtsman of the Year
1992 Rothmans Yachtsman of the Year
1991 Yachting Magazine Yachtsman of the Year
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