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Sailing Logic on Quokka wins the RORC St Malo!

  Congratulations to the Sailing Logic team on Quokka 8, a Grand Soleil 43, who won the recent RORC St Malo race by a huge margin! The team have finally tasted the victory that they have been training so hard for. The season didn't start so well when boat damage forced them to retire from the Myth of Malham/Eddystone Race in May just on the

Visit Malta Puma leads the Sailing Logic Fastnet Fleet...

  The Fastnet Campaign 2011 has seen our seven (yes, seven!) teams undergo two training weekends and compete in 3 offshore races. All 7 of our yachts are racing in Class IRC2 - a highly competitive fleet of about 50 yachts in most races. Through these events and the Sailing Logic socials, a friendly sense of rivalry has been developing and so

Quokka wins the Schoolboat Trophy in Round The Island Race 2011

The 80th anniversary Round The Island Race saw a record number of entries - 1908! However, the race will probably be etched into most people's memory for other reasons! In stark contrast to the glorious blue skies and gentle breezes from last year, the 2011 race was marked by strong winds and rough seas, which put many competitors off before they

THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF LANCELOT 2

Didn’t we have a lovely time the day we went to Dinard ? Well, no, not exactly. The trip was sold as arriving in time for Saturday lunch and The Joker had booked a slap up Restaurant for dinner. We cursed the decision that the race would exit the Solent going east but as we passed St Catherines the rollicking breeze still seemed to promise a tim

The race with a little bit of everything.

ST Malo Race Blog - Jaguar Logic. The latest RORC race to St Malo was another exciting adventure!  The race started Friday afternoon with strong winds which resulted in RORC rerouting the fleet out of the Eastern Solent, adding 20 nM (and several hours) to the course!  As we rounded St Catherine's point we were level pegging with Inte

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