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Venues for the eighth season of the RC44 Championship Tour have been confirmed. Two new venues will make their debut, alongside three RC44 favorites. The season will start in the Caribbean next February, where the class will be welcomed for the first time by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Virgin Gorda. (more)


Chris Bake, Cameron Appleton and the entire Team Aqua conquer a third Championship Tour after 2011 and 2012! (more)


Consistency was key on Saturday and the on form boats were Ironbound and Team Aqua, who sit on equal points at the top of the leaderboard going into the final day of racing. (more)


Light winds caused more headaches for the RC44 race committee at the Calero Marinas RC44 World Championships in Lanzarote. (more)


Team Aqua is fifth with a fifth and a sixth place, only 7 points behind the leader. The game's on! (more)


Returning to Lanzarote for the sixth time since the RC44 class was conceived, the final leg of the 2013 Championship Tour kicked off with season’s match racing finale in Puerto Calero. Team Aqua’s owner Chris Bake took the helm for the final match race day, Cameron Appleton calling the shots. After a slow start to the season the team had worked their way up the leaderboard, taking a two-point advantage over Katusha going into the final event. (more)


Chris Bake, Cameron Appleton and the boys have their sights on the match race, fleet race and world champion titles this week! (more)


Fifth of the event, the team stays in control discarding their result in Cascais , the worse of the season. After four events each team can discard their worst result, Chris Bake’s team need to finish in the top three at the World Championships in Lanzarote to be crowned RC44 champions for the third consecutive year. (more)


With six races completed at the RC44 Cascais Cup it was all change on the leaderboard as Peninsula Petroleum claimed the top spot and Team Aqua dropped to fourth. Katusha was the most consistent team in a day where the sea state flattened, the fleet compressed and every position counted. (more)


A two metre swell and light breeze that never topped 8 knots, demanded maximum concentration from the owner drivers on the first day of fleet racing at the RC44 Cascais Cup. It was two of the British teams competing in Portugal that had the most consistent results throughout the three race day, to sit at the top of the overnight leaderboard. (more)

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