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Sail on the 100ft super maxi yacht ICAP Leopard

After the success of our sailing day on one of the World’s fastest yachts, ICAP Leopard, Sailing Logic are delighted to announce two more exclusive dates for 2012;  Saturday 9th June or Sunday 26th August 2012. ICAP Leopard is a 100ft super maxi from Farr Yacht Designs. Benefiting from a canting keel, which is the equivalent o

Top 10 Tips to get the most from your LBCC event!

The Little Britain Challenge Cup (LBCC) is the premier event for the construction and property industry. Based at Cowes, with racing on the Solent, it regularly attracts several hundred competitors to the race circuit. If you are thinking of entering this year, perhaps for the first time, consider these Top 10 Tips to ensure you have a successful r

4 seasons in one race!

The opening weekend of the Warsash Spring Series was mainly characterised by bizarre weather conditions, ranging from sunshine, zero wind, rain, hail and F5 gusts! Libby Greenhalgh, the professional sports meteorologist behind Weatherwhiz gave all the Sailing Logic teams a private weather briefing on Saturday evening. She predicted that it would b

The UK racing season has started!!

Bacon butties arranged – check; boats in the water – check; skipper confirmed – check; 16 people arrived on time – check; the first 2012 UK event done - Check! After our fabulous 2012 Caribbean season (read all about it here if you don’t know what I mean) winning co-skipper Tim Thubron (complete with healthy tan) le

5 reasons Sailing is the Ultimate Team Building Activity

A sailing team building day is so much more than just an enjoyable day out – it actually improves team and company performance. Sailing, especially with the added twist of racing, provides the perfect environment to develop a high -performance team. Here’s how...  1.  Breaking Down Barriers. The group team will have to work together thro

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