Sailing Business News
The car manufacturer Audi has deepened its association with sailing in Sweden after agreeing to sponsor stage five of the 2010 ISAF World Match Racing Tour (WMRT), the Stena Match Cup Sweden.
Next year’s ISAF sailing world championships will be sponsored by an Australian winery, in a deal struck by the organisers of the event in Perth, Australia.
Audi has agreed a partnership with the proposed America’s Cup team All4One for the French-German outfit’s assault on the Audi Med Cup.
Volvo is to sponsor the St Moritz Match Race, the Swiss leg of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Match Racing Tour.
The German car manufacturer Audi has extended its title sponsorship of the Hamilton Island Race Week for a further three years.
Philadelphia will invest US$300,000 in improvements to the spectators' grandstand for the Dad Vail Regatta, which has secured Aberdeen Asset Management as title sponsor.
The world's largest supplier of recreational and high performance sailboats, Laserperformance, has increased their sponsorship of the US Sailing Team.
Emirates Team New Zealand will enter the next edition of the Volvo Ocean Race, and will be title-sponsored by Spanish footwear giant Camper.
Puma will participate in the Volvo Ocean Race 2011-2012 after placing 2nd second overall in the 2008-2009 competition.
The city of Auckland has been announced as the final stopover in next year's Volvo Ocean Race.
The American city of Miami is the latest host port to be added to the Volvo Ocean Race calendar for 2011/12.
Following the recent announcements that the race will visit the Irish city of Galway and Abu Dhabi, the Volvo Ocean Race has confirmed the Brazilian city of Itajai as the latest stopover point for the 2011-12 event.
Team Origin have appointed the integrated marketing, communications and digital group Influence as their sponsorship sales agency for the 34th America's Cup.
Galway has been chosen as the finishing port for the next Volvo Round the World Ocean Race in 2012.
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