Sailing Logic Blog

Jaguar Logic Win Race Four Jaguar Logic, skippered by Tim Thubron, sailed an excellent race on Sunday in strong and challenging winds in race four of the Garmin Hamble Winter Series. The conditions were perfect for an exciting day of racing with blue skies and 18 — 23 knots of breeze. Jaguar Logic had an excellent start and sailed a ta

Home at LastWe arrived home yesterday evening after a particularly tough race. We are over the moon to have finished 4th in class, just 3 minutes behind 3rd and 12th overall. A brilliant performance from everyone. Full write up is to follow shortly.My feet are nearly dry again!Pictured here is Tom the Mad Professeur! It was a tough race


We have just crossed the line at 1634 bst!Sent from my iPhone

Nearly There

Apologies for radio silence yesterday! Was out of range whichcombined with slight tiredness and a dislike of the virtual keybaordon my i-phone have seriously supressed all creativity! This race is somewhat reminiscent of the 2006 Round Britain andIreland Race in that every headland we have gone around the wind hasheaded us! We have been slogging aw

Dodging squalls, volcanoes and swarms of giant jellyfish!

Last night was magnificant if not a touch nerve wracking! On one sideof Seawolf we witnessed a sensational electric storm which illuminatedthe sky and silhouetted the volcanoes. On the other side of us was anerupting volcano and we were treated to a wonderful display of lavabeen strewn from the summit which towered high in the sky. What an amazing