Entries by Paul Cayard

America’s Cup 35

America’s Cup Village photo by Ricardo Pinto Bermuda No races were held today in Bermuda as the wind was too light or non existent.  A Big high pressure system has come and squatted on us. Today’s schedule is moved to tomorrow with a slightly better forecast of southwesterly wind at 4 knots building to 8 knots and building to […]

America’s Cup 35

Artemis has had a tough 24 hours. Bermuda Three races were held today on Great Sound in 12- 14 knots of wind. It was a day to get more racing in as the forecast for the next few days is very light.  However the schedule was set in stone and so no changes were made. […]

America’s Cup 35

Artemis with pace! Bermuda The final three races of round robin 1 were held today on Great Sound.  The conditions were a bit windier than the first two days and the surprises kept coming. Race 13 featured Groupama Team France against BAR of the UK.  Ben Ainsley schooled Frank Camas on the starting line almost […]

America’s Cup 35

Oracle Team USA and Softbank Nippon duel at start of race 12. Bermuda Six fantastic races were held today on Great Sound, Bermuda, in 12 dropping to 8 knots from the southwest. What is of interest in a condition like this is to see who has the light air boards on and who has the all […]

America’s Cup 35

BAR and Softbank duel before the start Bermuda The 35th America’s Cup got underway today with 6 matches.  The conditions were ideal with southwest winds of 11-13 knots and flats seas.  The race course is inside Great Sound and the America’s Cup village and bases are at Dockyard, the most western extremity of the island. […]

Australian IRC National Championship

photos by Andrea Francolini Sydney After four days of racing and a mix of conditions, Team Beau Geste came out on top of the Australian National Championship.  It was an honor to sail with Karl Kwok and his team.  I have known Karl for many years dating back to the Admirals Cup days in the […]

St. Barth’s Super Yacht Regatta

Photos by Carlo Borlenghi St. Barths, French West Indies Today was the final day of racing of the St. Barth’s Bucket, the annual Super Yacht regatta down here in the Caribbean. I sailed as tactician onboard Rosehearty, once again, with my friend Joey Kaempfer and a fantastic team. We trained a bit on Wednesday and […]

Sydney Harbor Series

Sydney Last summer, my results were pretty bad on the TP52 Phoenix. I was feeling pretty down about it all and looking forward to getting back on a winning path this spring. When the owner sold the boat, that closed the door on redemption, seemingly. Then I got asked to come down to Sydney and […]

Levin Final

Photo by Marco Oquendo Coconut Grove The wind had difficulty materializing this morning but we finally got one race going around 12:40 in 6 knots of wind from the southeast. After yesterday’s results, things were tight at the top and with the fickle conditions today, anything could have happened. Danny and I had a decent […]

Levin Memorial

Photos by Marco Oquendo Coconut Grove Three races were held today on Biscayne Bay for the Star class. A relatively large fleet of 33 boats were on the race track this morning ready to take on the mild easterly winds. I am sailing with my son Danny this weekend. Yesterday I flew to Miami from […]