GC32 catamarans allow regular sailors, both pros and keen amateurs, to experience first hand the latest, fastest style of sailing, on flying, foil-born catamarans at 30+ knot speeds, as exemplified by the America’s Cup. GC32 Racing Tour venues are chosen across Southern Europe with the aim of providing not only easy logistics, but also optimum conditions for teams to fly their catamarans for the maximum amount of time.

The GC32 Class sets sail into 2019 with a circuit stronger than ever thanks to its teams consolidating on one circuit, the GC32 Racing Tour. This includes a World Championship in Lagos, Portugal over 26-30 June.

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Alinghi claims GC32 Riva Cup by a whisker

On the final day Oman Air fought back hard winning the first three races and leading by two points going into the final encounter...however...

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Alinghi clings to narrow lead going into GC32 Riva Cup finale

It was a day of two halves on the penultimate day of the GC32 Riva Cup with three races held in the northerly Peler and three more in the afternoon

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Oman Air fights back

It was a tricky second day at the GC32 Riva Cup but conditions finally came good allowing three races with reaching starts to be held

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Early lead for Alinghi at GC32 Riva Cup

Good breeze but tricky conditions marked the opening day of the GC32 Riva Cup on magnificent Lake Garda

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GC32s return to Italian sailing mecca

Seven teams are set to contest the GC32 Riva Cup, once again being held of the magnificent venue that is Riva del Garda, with four days of top conditions forecast

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