Scarlet Logic was delighted to win the Commodore's Cup warm up race for the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta yesterday! This is especially welcomed news after a nerve-wracking week arranging the repair to Scarlet's mast which broke just 10 days ago. Ross has worked tirelessly to coordinate manufacture of a bespoke part, to have it shipped to
Crew blog from Alastair W. Lancelot II Caribbean 600 2014.We met for the first time as
the crew of Lancelot II the day before the off, Jacko, Tim, Alex, Ben, David, Kate, J.P., Jim, Neil, Peter and I.
"Quokka is obviously the one
we need to beat, they need to finish about 2 hours ahead of us to win on
handicap. That's only sixteen miles so we
After a fantastic battle, Lancelot 2 co-skippered by Jacko and Tim Thubron finished last night - taking 1st in Class! Four of the crew (Kate, Alastair, Ben and David) were meant to be racing on Scarlet Logic along with skipper Tim Thubron, but were transferred to Lancelot 2 after Scarlet's mast damage. T
Sailing Logic are delighted to announce that our Round
Ireland Campaign will take place on a new Beneteau First 40.
The Beneteau First 40 was designed to replace the popular
Beneteau 40.7 – combining the best of the 40.7 with a sleek new interior,
carbon helm and hull remoulding for extra waterline length – making the First
40 a very compet
The infamous Guadeloupe wind-shadow doesn't appear to claimed as many victims this year, as boats appeared to leave the new 'stealth zone' in much the same order that they entered it! We believe that most boats took the shortest route (inside track). Quokka was first to emerge last night, followed by Sailing Logic's Beneteau First 40 Lancelot