Naugural Rolex TP52 Global Championship

International yacht racing at its highest, most competitive level comes to Miami for the 2006 Rolex TP52 Global Championship. Set for March 7-12 during Acura Miami Race Week, the inaugural championship welcomes a fleet representing England, Ireland, Hong Kong and the U.S, abounding with the world’s top sailors from the America’s Cup and Olympics. The racing series consists of short windward/leeward and longer, offshore races that will take the fleet to the Bahamas and back.


20 January 2006, Key West, FL • Congratulations go to Dave Ullman aboard Pegasus 505, one of three Pegasus racing yachts on the Melges 24 course. Ullman won the 2006 ACURA Melges 24 Key West Race Week division four points ahead of Chris Rast at the helm for Franco Rossini on Blu Moon and nine…

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Pegasus Wins St. Francis Perpetual Trophy

– St. Francis Yacht Club There were 103 boats racing in four IRC and five one-design classes at the Rolex Big Boat Series on San Francisco Bay, and they got what they came for. Although much of the regatta was sailed in wind of under 20 knots, it was full breeze-on for the two races…

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Pegasus Wins Waikiki Offshore Series

The 2005 Waikiki Offshore Series finished Saturday with two windward leeward races off Waikiki. The medium trade winds and small seas were a welcome relief from the 8 – 12 foot seas and 35+ kts winds that challenged the racers all week.

Pegasus Racing wins 29er Worlds

Australia’s Jacqui Bonnitcha and Euan McNicol have taken out the 29er World Championship that was sailed on San Francisco Bay this past week.

Pegasus Racing Wins 18ft VelamareSkiff Cup!!!!!

‘Pegasus Racing’ made this regatta their own by winning the two final races of the series yesterday afternoon (Friday). The emphatic nature of their victory was all the more remarkable for the fact that they won five of the ten races in the series. Howie and Mike, from southern California, have won the world title…

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‘Eat My Wake’

It was the moment every parent dreads. Philippe Kahn watched, crestfallen, as his son committed a transgression so grave, so obvious, that he had no choice but to administer drastic punishment.


-SSANGYONG JJ GILTINAN 18ft SKIFF CHAMPIONSHIP 15-years-old American sailor Samuel ‘Shark’ Khan will become the youngest person ever to skipper an 18ft Skiff when he lines up on Saturday in the first heat of the JJ Giltinan (world) Championship on Sydney Harbour. ‘Shark’ will skipper ‘Pegasus Racing’ against the world’s best skiff sailors. Although new…

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Victory For Pegasus Racing at Key West Race Week 2005!

– International Melges 24 Class Association INTERNATIONAL MELGES 24 CLASS ASSOCIATION The final day of Melges 24 racing was nothing short of fantastic with Bill Hardesty at the helm for Philippe Kahn on Pegasus 575 taking home the title of Key West Race Week Melges 24 Champion! On board with Hardesty was 2004 Olympic Gold…

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