Team Greenings' Clipper 70 ran aground a few hours after the start of Stage 3 of the Clipper Round the World, a total of eight stages. The Greenings only managed to get a short distance fromCape Town, stranded halfway to Cape Point. The crew of the Greenings and her skipper Andy Woodruff were unharmed as the men were safely evacuated to Cape Town. This will be the third time the Greenings have competed in the Clipper Round the World. This year, the team managed to win both of the first stages of the circumnavigation, which started August 20 from Liverpool . This despite an unfortunate onboard accident on the seventh day after the start: Greenings skipper David Hartshorn cut his left thumb with a rope while cleaning the spinnaker.
A bad landing.
A yachtsman sat on the bow of his half-sunk yacht for more than 24 hours
He was found 86 miles outside of Florida
Spain has banned yachts from going out to sea after an orca attack.
Yachts under 15 meters in length are recommended to avoid the area off Galicia.
Rescuers helped 49 barges on a canal in the South of England in 18 hours.
All the boats were upside down, sunk or just ran aground because the airlock broke down.
Hurricane Sally hit the southeast coast of the U.S.
The people of Alabama and Florida were the hardest hit.
The AC75 has been successfully tested for strength
Innovative foilers tip over and bite their nose at full speed, but remain in one piece.
A man put a boat on the rocks to save his family.
If the boat hadn't been brought to land, it would have sank.
Four boats sank during the parade for President Trump.
Several hundred boats started moving simultaneously and raised a wave