Watch the start of the New York Yacht Club Transatlantic Race which left Newport, Rhode Island on Sunday 28th June here... See Mariette and Dorade among others at the beginning of their adventure, crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
Thames sailing barges had mustered at Pin Mill, Suffolk, on Saturday 27th June 2015 by dawn and were setting sails to race over their start line for just after 10am. This was the Pin Mill Barge Match's 54th event organised by Pin Mill Sailing Club.
Matt Oates has been Mate on board Mariquita since 2007, in this recently shot interview he tells us about this year's crew changes, and the general consensus for their 2015 season as the famous Fife designed cutter graces the Solent in England.
Classic Yacht TV has sniffed out some amazing places to rent for holidays and vacations across the world. Find out what their owners have to say about these locations and their properties.
Falmouth Classics Parade of Sail & Power was the high point of a great weekend which brought together traditional yachts and working boats from this country and abroad.
Get to know the hottest competition on the med circuit in this film. Classic Yacht TV gives you a race on board the highly competitive 'Chinook'. This is rare opportunity to see how the boat is raced, what the crew's jobs are on the boat and how the perfect their manouvres in racing. In addition we bring you interviews from the team that headed up the restoration in Tunisia...
An enchanting short video of the great Fife designed yacht, Moonbeam IV cruising off the coast of the French Riviera. It was during the feeder race from Cannes to Saint-Tropez, which marks the end of the Regates Royales Tropee Panerai and the start of the famous Les Voiles de Saint Tropez that CYTV saw this wonderful sight.
Later, Classic Yacht TV caught up with the Captain of Moonbeam IV, here you'll find our Q+A on his life with one of the most stunning classics in existence.
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Cooking Orange and Almond cake under sail, on board Bessie Ellen.
Bessie Ellen's owner Nikki Alford gives Classic Yacht TV a lesson in baking while at sea - as you will be able to tell! Using a recipe from the Polpo restaurants in London, this Orange and Almond cake is now a firm favourite for those who sail the Bessie Ellen, a west country trading ketch that charters around Britain, Ireland, Scotland, and Europe.
The WOD's or 'Wivenhoe One Designs' were originally launched in 1935 as a local boat to race on the river Colne, near Colchester. Nineteen were launched and now sixteen survive. Five builders including Parsons of Leigh-on-Sea; Whistocks of Woodbridge, ‘Horlocks of Mistley, and Stanley Cook, working in the Storehouse, (next to Wivenhoe Sailing Club), were the original craftsmen that built these dinghies. This film features drone footage of a recently restored WOD sailing on the Colne, as local boat builder Rob Maloney narrates the story of his involvement in facilitating the revival of the class.
She's a radical looking boat, designed in the 1950's by Uffa Fox who was developing yachts in relation to Flying Fifteen's (One Design Class). Seen here through archive footage of her build and in the most recent of her restorations....
Lateens, Aegean schooners and work boats are seen here racing alongside classic yachts in Greece's newest regatta - Spetses Classic Yacht Race