- October 04th 2015
A worthy and popular winner was crowned today at the RC44 Cascais World Championship in Vladimir Prosikhin's Team Nika, following two final big wind, big wave races that made for a thrilling, albeit damp, conclusion to the regatta.
- October 03rd 2015
After the world’s longest wait ashore, thumb twiddling until the wind filled in at the RC44 Cascais World Championship, the AP ashore was finally dropped late afternoon, dragging crews away from the Japan-Samoa Rugby World Cup game.
- October 02nd 2015
After a light start to this regatta, conditions finally came good with the breeze building into the high teens for day three of the RC44 Cascais World Championship
- October 01st 2015
RC44s are not supposed to race at night, but after a windless, race-free opening day at the RC44 Cascais World Championship and a windless morning today, Principal Race Officer Peter Reggio was not going to miss an opportunity.
- September 30th 2015
If there was one venue on the 2015 RC44 championship circuit with a reputation for regular wind, it would be Cascais.