Sailing Logic Blog

Jaguar Logic 2nd Puma Logic 3rd.Both Jaguar Logic and Puma Logic sailed extremely well in challenging conditions for race 4 of the Garmin Hamble Winter Series.The team on Jaguar Logic were very keen to secure a good result for this race having been slightly ‘off form’ the previous two weekends. Pushing hard to the finish line, the two t

Hamble Winter Series Race TwoPuma Logic skippered by Tim Thubron finished 5th in the 2nd race of the Hamble Winter Series. This now puts Puma in 3rd equal on points in class 1. A very respectable result for the new team on Puma, especially considering the winds have been so light.Jaguar Logic made a good improvement on their previous weeks result

We Have Done ItThe final night of our 1000 mile qualifier provided me with a poignant moment in the campaign. My introduction to Open 60 sailing has been a massive learning curve, two weeks ago I had neither sailed long distances short handed or stepped foot on an Open 60! Over the past two weeks I have constantly quizzed Steve about Spirit of We

Passing Lizard Point

Just a quick update from our intrepid sailors aboard Spirit of Weymouth this morning. They have just sailed past the Lizard and have exceeded their target of the 1000 miles qualifying passage. This means that they have completed the necessary qualifying criteria for the Transat Jacques Vabre, which is great news....well done boys!!

Slow Progress

I have just heard the rugby scores from the weekend. Yes, I know it is Tuesday but the pigeons have not been coming out this far. One of the finest virtues of being at sea. Sorry Craig, bad luck. Can I have your ticket for the final? Did France not do the same to the All Blacks’s eight years ago? Good effort England! Not sure if it was a good