Danielle Burridge

The human factor

It is no longer enough for an ambitious sailmaker to fil its ranks with famous names – to rule the world these days they have to be current stars of the sport. Something Doyle Sails ‘recruiters’ are very aware of…

Doyle powered Lazy Dog takes the win in the MC38 Australian Championships

Shaun Lane and Quentin Stewart’s Lazy Dog is both 2022 MC38 season champion and three-time back-to-back Australian champion after sealing the national series on Sydney Harbour  Article by Lisa Radcliff of the MC38 Association. “We had good teamwork by the end of what is our fifth class nationals,” Lane said. “There was a good mix …

Doyle powered Lazy Dog takes the win in the MC38 Australian Championships Read More »

Doyle Sails apprenticeships providing a pathway to sailing success

For those that aspire to be professional sailors an apprenticeship in sailmaking is one of the best points of entry to consider and there are more opportunities than ever at Doyle Sails. For Doyle Sails International CEO, Mike Sanderson, a sailmaking apprenticeship was the obvious route to reaching his career goals. “My aim in life …

Doyle Sails apprenticeships providing a pathway to sailing success Read More »

Momo are the International Six Metre European Champions

Story by Fiona Brown for International 6 Metre Association A spectacular photo finish eighth race brought the 2022 International Six Metre European Championship to a conclusion after five glorious days of racing off Cascais. Going into the day overnight leader Patrick Montiero de Baross’s Seljm, John Harald Ornerberg’s Scoundrel One, which had been helmed until …

Momo are the International Six Metre European Champions Read More »

The New Zealand SailGP Team has dominated in Denmark, winning four of four races at the ROCKWOOL Denmark Sail Grand Prix – becoming the first SailGP team to be undefeated at a single event.

With the sun coming out and the breeze filling in, race day two in Copenhagen followed a shortened format of just four races after qualifying races on Friday were called off due to poor weather. Three short, sharp fleet races and one final would determine the event winner, and New Zealand claimed them all, winning …

The New Zealand SailGP Team has dominated in Denmark, winning four of four races at the ROCKWOOL Denmark Sail Grand Prix – becoming the first SailGP team to be undefeated at a single event. Read More »

Scroll to Top