Sailing Logic Blog

All Go at Sailing Logic It is all go at Sailing Logic this week. We are madly beavering away on all the boats in preparation for the first offshore race next weekend. The first race is the RORC (Royal Ocean Racing Club) Eddystone Light race and is the first qualifying race for the Fastnet.Three of the boats are in bits at the moment! We have taken

Manches Cup Victory for Sailing Logic BoatFor the third consecutive year the Manches Cup provided all the competitors with testing conditions in over thirty knots of wind. Ras Turner was hosting Shearman & Sterling Solicitors aboard Lion, one of our Reflex 38s.Lion had a great first race finishing 2nd followed by a fantastic 1st place in the 2n

A Successful Weekend!!As the first of the Fastnet Crews trickled in to Ocean Village on Friday evening, the Sailing Logic team were hard still hard at work- indeed Brian pointed out, from his vantage point in the RSYC bar, that we were scurrying around like, ‘demented ants’ on the pontoon!! It was definitely worth it though as the seve

First Fastnet Training WeekendIts been flat out all week, here at Sailing Logic, as we have been working hard to get the fleet ready for the first Fastnet training weekend- we certainly can’t believe its that time already!The yachts are polished and sparkling and we are going to be spending the afternoon moving them round to Ocean Village. Th

Cervantes Trophy Race- Podium Finish for Puma!!The first RORC race of the season across the Channel to Le Havre started on Saturday morning in a light NE breeze, with a fully rested, raring to go, crew aboard Puma Logic. Even Philippe was quite excited as he unveiled two brand new sails!Unfortunately, the strong easterly going tide was building and