Sailing Logic Blog

Crew Report from Puma LogicCrew member and navigator, Richard Jefferies, reports from Puma Logic after the Cowes to Dinard RORC race at the weekend.It was the 100th anniversary of this great race with over 200 entries including Dame Ellen MacArthur’s B&Q compared to just 4 the four entries in 1906. I don’t get to see much of the sta

Reflections on French VictoryRead Philippe Falle's column in Yachts and Yachting about his views on the French victory in the recent Commodores' Cup. Click Here to view column. Philippe was the skipper of Puma Logic in the British trials for the Commodores' Cup this year. Unfortunately the team were overlooked by the selectors this time. Philippe d

Abundance of Wildlife on Training SailThis trip has been the exact tonic that I needed! After the trials and tribulations of the past three months it could not have come at a better time. The outcome is that I have been reminded of exactly what it is I love about sailing.There has been wildlife in abundance, changing moods of the sea and skies and

Skipper Training for Round Britain & Ireland.When I was asked if I would deliver a Reflex 38 from Troon, Scotland to Southampton I jumped at the opportunity. It may seem a little bit silly but I thought it would be excellent training for the forthcoming Round Britain & Ireland race.I am not thinking of it as a training session from a sailing skill