Sailing Logic Blog

Seawolf is fourth in Class in the Rolex Middle Sea Race

Our final offshore race of the season did no entirely boast the idyllic Mediterranean conditions of sunshine and gentle breezes that I had been promised or naively hoped for!  On the contrary, we had just about every condition possible from periods of total becalm to lashing rain in severe squalls with over forty knots of wind!   &nbs

Week 3 - Hamble Winter Series

Nick McLoughlin, Navigator on Visit Malta Puma It had all started so well. Mid week and with our usual skipper Philippe gallivanting around the Med in the Middle Sea Race (do we know yet what he forgot?!), the crew of defending champions Visit Malta Puma were keen to know who was going to skipper the boat on the third Sunday of racing in the Win

Week 2 - Hamble Winter series

A view from Bryan Davies, Skipper of Jaguar Logic. Each Sunday during the Hamble Winter Series there are two races, and after a poor first race, the crew on Jaguar Logic were a little despondent, but we had a team chat and hyped each other up to get back into the start of the next race. As so often is the case, mental attitude counts for as muc

Seawolf Storms to Victory in Malta

Seawolf took first blood as she sailed a fantastic opening race in Malta as the prelude for the Rolex Middle Sea Race, which begins on Saturday morning under the magnificent back drop of Valetta.   The weather over the past few days has not been typically Maltese as rain storms have lashed down delivering bolts of lightening which even damag