Latvian driver Victor Kunitch held off a tremendous challenge in the final six laps to win the Grand Prix of the Mediterranean in Southern Sardinia on July 1.
Genmar consider management buy-out of Hatteras
Ferretti continue their expansion plans by increasing their boat-building capacity.
New Fairline to launch at Southampton
High winds and round seas resulted in the cancellation of the Corsican Grand Prix on June 17 but this didn't damped the efforts of Italian veteran driver, Edoardo Polli, 24
Sealine has been sold to the Brunswick, the US multi-national and manufacturer of Sea Rays and Mercruisers, for $68 million.
The Dubai based Victory Team set the opening lead in this year's world offshore championship after the team's Lamborghini powered Victory 7 won the opening round of the series at…
The Cowes Classic, Britain's premier offshore powerboat race is to be held over its traditional 220 mile return course to Torquay.
Three months of gruelling preparation will be put to the test today when the three-man British Sunseeker XS Racing Team launches a 24-hour endurance run
One of the biggest names in the marine trade has filed for bankruptcy
The boat's attractions are obvious: it's a small, sporty weekender, with sleeping accommodation for six and has a top speed of 40 knots
The Fairline Fifty was an instant success, selling 24 models in its first six months and ultimately achieving an astonishing run of 125 craft
A faulty gearbox followed by a blown engine robbed Britain's Steve Curtis of any chance of making powerboat history by winning a fourth world Class I (16 litre) offshore championship.
Five-time World Champion Guido Cappellini of Como of Italy proved to the powerboat racing world that a 2.5 litre Mercury engine can not only last the distance but also take…
1999 World Two-Litre offshore champions, Peter Little and Dave Arthur from Oxford who were voted Power Yachtsmen of the Year in January, maintained their wining form when they led the…
The three-time world champion from Cardiganshire was about to retired when he was offered a chance to team-up with French champion Phillippe Dessertenne
Peter Little and David Arthur from Oxford pummelled the competition at the Cowes Classic over the August bank holiday weekend
Heavy winds turned the second round of the World Formula I series in St Petersburg, Russia, on May 30 into a rout.
VIPs from around the world are descending on Mandelieu La Napoule, situated just outside Cannes for the Sea Ray Rendezvous.
The proposed start is from the dome finishing at Cowes.