Sailing Logic Blog

Malta Tourism Authority renew their successful partnership for third year with Sailing Logic Ltd.

  After highly successful racing seasons in 2010 and 2011, Southampton based Sailing Logic is delighted to announce that the Malta Tourism Authority has again renewed their commitment to the Reflex 38 yacht, Visit Malta Puma and its teams of amateur sailors, for the 2012 racing season. Visit Malta Puma is the most successful sailing school b

1 second in it, but Scarlet still in the chocolates!

Well, just amazing! Scarlet Logic was pipped to second place on the last race on Sunday by just 1 second – what a cruel blow.... Both on Saturday and Sunday races, Scarlet’s crew have battled very hard against the local boat, L’Esperance, a Beneteau 45 and have got within a whisker of a first place. Scarlet’s co-Skipper

Scarlet Logic going great guns in St Maarten Regatta

After a very hot first day of racing on Thursday, where Scarlet and her team managed a great 5th place over 2 races, the main regatta racing started yesterday in searing heat. The course was a near circumnavigation of the island of St Maarten, and the team were avidly watched by Maire Phillips, wife of crew member Brian (from the beach of course)

St Maarten regatta startsSt Maarten Regatta Starts

  Two days of training done and all gone well. Now straight into 3 windward leeward races for Commodores Cup today (Thursday). Main regatta starts tonight. Everyone in good spirits even after many of the crew attended the Mount Gay party at the legendary Soggy Dollar Bar! More later. Tim  

St Maarten Regatta starts with Gill Commodores Cup.

The intrepid Scarlet Logic, has today set forth on her second Caribbean regatta adventure after her successes at the Caribbean 600 Race in Antigua last week. A fresh set of crew have arrived, supplemented by four stalwarts staying on from the RORC 600, and they have been training hard in the searing heat. Tuesday and Wednesday were spent learnin