Sailing Logic Blog

Round Ireland Race - Day 5 - pm report

The end in sight!!   Jaguar Logic are still racing hard, and are very nearly finished!   A very tense and nail biting days sailing has ended this evening with Jaguar still 24 miles to the finish with Intuition 5 miles ahead. Both yachts are beating towards the finish line which means they are playing the angles as they cannot point t

Round Ireland Race Day 6 - am report

The best birthday present ever!!   Visit Malta Puma have only gone and won the Round Ireland Race  - what about that!!   How amazing and utterly fantastic!!  This has to be one of the most dramatic and tense races that I have ever reported on. Even the windy Fastnet Race 2007 and Madeira Race 2008 have nothing on this race &

Round Ireland Race - Day 5 - pm report

Too nervous to look!   Well, what a difference a few hours make… Whilst trying to make hay whilst the sun shines, Jaguar Logic and the rest of the yachts in the second half of the IRC 1 fleet have stolen a march on the leaders including our own Visit Malta Puma. As soon as Puma started to head South this morning they sailed into a d

Round Ireland Race Day 5 - am report

Tonnerre get line honours, Puma still leading class!!   Well another exciting night of racing has found Tonnerre finished with line honours, well done guys, and Visit Malta Puma still leading class albeit now by a very small margin on the water.   Fujitsu are still breathing down their necks and there is only half a mile separating t

Round Ireland Race Day 4 - pm report

Too close for comfort!!   Just when the yachts lure you into thinking that all is well, things happen just to mix it up a little. If you have been following, you know that the sailing conditions to date can only be described as the best ever – that’s all well and good, especially when you are increasing your lead at the front of