Fri, 14 Jun 13
25 days remaining
Shelley Jory-Leigh and Tracey Clarke meet Sail for Gold medallists Ben Saxton and Hannah Diamond. Also this week, the 3 peaks yacht race, IRC Solent Series and a look ahead to Cowes Week. The Duchess of Cambridge names the Royal Princess, Shelley talks to the winners of the Venture Cup and the round Brownsea race and Paul Clifton climbs on board what could be one of the world's smallest container ships.
Fri, 7 Jun 13
18 days remaining
Dee Caffari MBE and Geoff Holt MBE. DL take control of the show this week, as they reflect on a record breaking Round the Island Race. Shelley Jory-Leigh looks ahead to the Venture Cup powerboat race, and Winchester and District Canoe Club talk about their open day. There's a chance to get on the water in Gosport, Hurst Castle Sailing Club tell us about their new facilities and we hear from Neal McDonald as he prepares to compete in La Route Du Princes on board Oman Sail.
Sat, 1 Jun 13
12 days remaining
Geoff Holt MBE previews the Old Gaffers festival and Tracey Clarke looks ahead to the annual Round the Island Race
Fri, 24 May 13
4 days remaining
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Shelley Jory Leigh talk about – and have a go at stand up paddleboarding. Also this week, Mike Urwin of RORC Rating talks about about the ins and outs of IRC, Tracey Clarke gets up close and personal with a world record holder and Ark Royal bows out. And there's plenty of power boating, as local teams battle it out in various parts of Europe.
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