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Graduate Volunteers Lucie Carrington, Mark Stevens and Tom Roberts were invited out to the RC44 Cascais World Championship for a few days by Chris Bake and his Team Aqua. (more)


While the World Championship has been decided, competition in the 2015 RC44 Championship continues with the RC44 Virgin Gorda Cup over 25-29th November. This will be another mega-battle, particularly between friends and arch-rivals, Team Nika and Bronenosec Sailing Team, at present separated by just one point, with Team Aqua and Charisma on a tie two points behind. (more)


The day belonged with Team Aqua, her crew jubilant from both their results and in having 'the boss back'. (more)


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. A different winner in each of today's three races, a new overall leader in Vladimir Liubomirov's Bronenosec Sailing Team and just two points separating the top three boats at the close of play, gives some indication of how close this clash of the titans is. (more)


Many of the top teams endured poor finishes today - Team Aqua with past RC44 campaigner Patrick de Barros at the helm in Chris Bake's absence, suffering two, which may prove too much from which to recover. (more)


If there was one venue on the 2015 RC44 championship circuit with a reputation for regular wind, it would be Cascais. Sadly the unseasonably fine weather the UK and northern Europe is enjoying this week is taking its toll on those further south, turning this part of the Iberian Peninsula into an isobar-free zone. (more)


Twelve RC44 teams are prepared to contend for the 2015 RC44 Cascais World Championship, taking place from the 30 September to 4 October at the Club Naval de Cascais. Team owner Chris Bake is back on board, helming for the first time this season. (more)


The first race of the last day of racing was won by Chris Bake's Team Aqua on which Swede Richard Goransson has been helming for this regatta. The oldest team on the RC44 circuit has been building up steam slowly. After a slow start to their fleet racing, this morning's result followed a win in yesterday's final race and they were today's top performing boat posting a 1-3-3. However this only bumped the team up a single place, to fifth, one point ahead of John Bassadone's Peninsula Petroleum. (more)


Just one point separates the top three teams after the opening day of fleet racing at the RC44 Marstrand Cup. (more)


Chris Bake's team, on which Swede Richard Göransson is helming for this regatta, was over early in the first flight against Artur Kasner's MAG Racing and was unable to recover. "We just got a little too excited, it being the first race of the day," admitted tactician Cameron Appleton. (more)

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