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Announcing team Vestas 11th Hour Racing

Vestas and 11th Hour Racing join forces as co-title sponsors in the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18, uniting to advocate for sustainable solutions in a bid to win the race around the world. On March 21, 2017 Vestas and 11th Hour Racing announced their partnership in support of the fourth team to join the 2017-2018 Volvo Ocean…

Sail MV Adds Focus on the Environment

From the Sail MV Fall Newsletter, 2016 Collaboration with 11th Hour Racing, a program of the Schmidt Family Foundation, has opened a new front in the work of Sail Martha’s Vineyard — one that dovetails perfectly with the organization’s mission. Since its founding 25 years ago, Sail MV has been about teaching Island children how…

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11th Hour Racing Returns as Presenting Sponsor for 5th Ed. of Atlantic Cup

Race Organizers launch #AtCup1Thing campaign to engage fans to ‘do 1 thing’ for the planet    JANUARY 20, 2016 – Newport, Rhode Island – Manuka Sports Event Management is pleased to announce 11th Hour Racing as the presenting sponsor for the 2016 Atlantic Cup. With 11th Hour Racing’s support, the Atlantic Cup is the most environmentally…

55 South – 11th Hour Racing Announced as new team for American Sailors Charlie Enright and Mark Towill

Enright and Towill form 55 South as next chapter in their goal to return to the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race with 11th Hour Racing signing on as title sponsor for 2016  55 South -11th Hour Racing will emphasize environmental sustainability throughout racing and speaking engagements JANUARY 6, 2016 – Newport, RI – Charlie Enright and Mark Towill announced today…

Vineyard Cup 2015 – Stewardship and Sailing

*11th Hour Racing had the pleasure of being a sponsor of the 2015 Vineyard Cup. The event integrated key sustainability efforts including compostable products (Straw Straws), sourcing local food, and educating participants on important ocean health issues such as marine debris. Be sure to watch the video and check out the write up below from the Vineyard…