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The Tour returns to the action after early relocation goes without a hitch

Muscat, February 9 2019: EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour returned to racing on Friday after a flawless logistical operation saw the entire fleet and support organisation relocated 284 kilometres from Sur to Masirah Island in time for late afternoon racing. With the fleet’s Diam 24 trimarans transported overnight

The Tour teams with extra racing planned at Masirah Island venue

Muscat, February 7 2019: All the 10 international crews taking part in EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour are set to make an early start on Friday to get ready for extra racing at the Masirah Island venue. The move came after continued strong winds and rough seas at

The Tour holds first coastal raid off Muscat

Muscat, February 4 2019: Only seconds separated the leading yachts on the first coastal raid of EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour as the international fleet took to the waters off Muscat, Muttrah and Bandar Al Khiran on Monday. After almost two hours and 36 minutes of racing the

Experience and youthful talent will make 2019 EFG Sailing Arabia

The 2019 edition of EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour (SATT), organised by Oman Sail, has brought together a highly competitive mix of experienced stars of the international racing world, challenging young talent and the best of a remarkable generation of Omani sailors. Running for the ninth year, the

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EFG Bank Monaco find their form as stadium racing debuts in Duqm

Kings of consistency EFG Bank Monaco notched up a race win and four podium finishes to go top of EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour's Duqm Stadium Racing series on Wednesday. The reigning EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour champions were on top form as the second of five stadium

Revamped EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour thrills in wet and wild opener

The new-look EFG Sailing Arabia – The Tour got underway today with exhilarating stadium racing in breezy conditions, showcasing the action that is in store over the next two weeks. The regatta, now in its eighth year, has been given a refresh for 2018 to feature eight international crews blasting