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Philippe's Final Blog From Visit Malta Puma

HERE IS PHILIPPE'S FINAL BLOG FROM VISIT MALTA PUMA.  WE APOLOGISE THAT DUE TO A TECHNICAL ISSUE ONLY HALF OF IT GOT PUBLISHED LAST WEEK WHICH HAS CAUSED SOME CONFUSION AMONGST YOU ALL.  WE CONFIRM THAT PHILIPPE IS NOT GIVING UP OFFSHORE RACING AND THAT WE ARE CONTINUING TO CAMPAIGN VISIT MALTA PUMA NEXT YEAR BOTH INSHORE AND OFFSHOR

Safe and sound!

At last our 2 teams are home, safe and sound, back from their epic 14 days at sea. Smiles and cheering all round when they crossed the finish line at Cowes yesterday. A stiff south easterly breeze saw both yachts scamper home in double quick time as soon as they turned into the Eastern Solent.   First home was Playing Around with Peter Robs

Cometh the hour, cometh the man!!

They are nearly home. A frustrating night, with slow speeds and rain, but day rbak has been the yachts speed up and are heading home. Encore has won Class 1, ahead of British Soldier on handicap which means so long as Visit Malta Puma stay ahead of Cheeki Rafiki, they have got the seasons Points championships….go Puma go!!!    

Blog from Peter Burwood, Visit Malta Puma

Eddystone, North or not?   Here we are, approaching our last night as we pass South of Eddystone Lighthouse on a beautiful Indian Summers day. Last time we went North of it and that caused a few problems, but we promised Allie we would go South this time. Secretely Philippe and I harboured hopes that the wind would favour a Northerly route,

Blog from Brian - Visit Malta Puma

THE END IS NIGH   “Hello there, I am Philippe”   I looked at the smiling face topped with highlighted hair complete with the obligatory shades and thought what the hell am I doing here!   Here I was the Waterfront at Shamrock on a Friday night in May 2005 and I was there to join up with Sailing Logic for the RORC of

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