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What We Do

Our top team of writers are highly experienced both as journalists and commentators on our sport. They are also chosen because of their flexibility in being able to tailor a job to a specific purpose – such as focusing on particular nationalities in press releases.

Our particular talent is being able to tailor our work so that it appeals to both sailing and non-sailing audiences alike. For example, when it comes to writing press releases, our background in news journalism gives us the edge in knowing how to write something that will get noticed among the pile of press releases on an editor’s desk.

New Stories

New Sardinian venue for 2017 GC32 Racing Tour

The GC32 Racing Tour will break new ground when it visits southern Sardinia at the end of June: This will be the first time that a major international sailing event has been held at Villasimius, on the Italian island’s southeasternmost tip. While Cagliari is well... read more

Oman heroes claim first ever GC32 Championship

Oman Air scored a convincing win at the GC32 Championship, held out of Al Mouj on the outskirts of Muscat. The Omani team led the GC32 Championship from the outset on Tuesday, but it was only on the final day that it managed to shake off the chasing pack.

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Remembering Hans Horrevoets

Working as team reporters for Team ABN AMRO in the 2005/06 Volvo Ocean Race was one of Sailing Intelligence’s first big gigs. Andy and James had run the content for the Volvo Ocean Race website four years earlier, taking it in turns to travel to stopovers during... read more

It’s a wrap in Copenhagen

  Andy tag-teamed with James for the next part of the M32 extravaganza in Copenhagen, the World Match Racing Tour. This event produced an unbelievable number of twists and turns throughout the six days. Here’s Andy’s final wrap-up of the... read more

James at the M32s

James Boyd flew to Copenhagen at short notice to report on the M32 Scandinavian Series event in Copenhagen in early May. Taylor Canfield and US One ripped up the track to win the three-day regatta. Here’s James’s wrap-up of the final day… Canfield... read more