Sailing Logic Blog

RORC Channel Race Report

From Stephan on Puma Logic Team Puma arrived early on Friday evening for a race briefing with our skipper at Banana Wharf, we talked about strategy, winning tides, weather forecast, etc. We were all in bed early and eager to get going. The crew was up at 6.30am and the boat ready to go by 8am. As we left the pontoon to sail to the start line in C

It was a dark and stormy night...

St Malo race Blog from Graham (Jaguar Logic) Another race of light winds, fair weather and sleeping like a baby off watch. Closely monitored weather forecasts and routing software from midweek had been predicting a race time of over 40 hours. The long-range forecasts are predicting more of the same for the Channel Race in two weeks time. Can it be

Adventure Sailing!

Challenge Yourself We're halfway through 2013, and for some of you the Fastnet campaign will be the highlight.  But if you haven't got a big sailing challenge in the diary yet, here are a few ideas for what yu could get involved in: The Middle Sea Race 2013 This is a fantastic 2-week event which includes race training in Malta, a coastal wa