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Jaguar Logic - Team song!

  Sea-shanty to the tune of 'Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes-Benz!"   Oh Allie won't you lend me a Reflex 38, My friends all have first 40s, and we can't finish late We've worked hard on our sailing, in some varied sea states  So Allie can we play on the Reflex 38.   Oh Julian won't you find us a wind strength of 3

Blog from Interceptor - RORC Morgan Cup race start

Interceptor Blog:Heading out to the start of the Morgan Cup now, can feel the atmosphere building in anticipation of the race ahead. The boat is slamming already, so I don't think we will get much sleep, and none for me having left my sleeping bag behind (all weight off the boat!). The forecast suggests a tough race with big winds and rough seas, a

A wet and wild Morgan Cup is predicted!

It is going to be a wet and wild race to Cherbourg this weekend for our seven teams competing in the RORC's Morgan Cup this weekend.  The forecast is for a 30 knots of wind on the nose!  It will certainly be a challenge and test of endurance for our teams. The Morgan Cup is a qualifier for the Rolex Fastnet Race which takes place in Augu

Fastnet Training Weekend - by Joseph MacDonald on Quokka 8

Well, as a start we can say a big thank you to Peter Robson for lending us Playing Around as it allowed us to go training, instead of moping while all the other Logic boats got to go and have fun! We arrived in the RAF YC after an uneventful trip down, fresh faced and raring to start, ready to hear Philippe give all six teams a de-brief on the Myt

Lancelot - Myth of Malham - Reflections from Alastair Whall

My personal prediction before this training race was that there would probably be some blood, definitely sweat and perhaps some tears. The Club racing I am used to is like infant school compared with RORC racing. A considerable step up for me and an entirely new boat to learn as well. Some of the character in the crew has started to emerge.  

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