Sailing Logic Blog

Sailing Logic's Lancelot 2 wins Caribbean 600 in class!

After a fantastic battle, Lancelot 2 co-skippered by Jacko and Tim Thubron finished last night - taking 1st in Class! Four of the crew (Kate, Alastair, Ben and David) were meant to be racing on Scarlet Logic along with skipper Tim Thubron, but were transferred to Lancelot 2 after Scarlet's mast damage. T

Round Ireland – First 40 confirmed!

Sailing Logic are delighted to announce that our Round Ireland Campaign will take place on a new Beneteau First 40. The Beneteau First 40 was designed to replace the popular Beneteau 40.7 – combining the best of the 40.7 with a sleek new interior, carbon helm and hull remoulding for extra waterline length – making the First 40 a very compet

RORC Caribbean 600 - Day 3

The infamous Guadeloupe wind-shadow doesn't appear to claimed as many victims this year, as boats appeared to leave the new 'stealth zone' in much the same order that they entered it!  We believe that most boats took the shortest route (inside track). Quokka was first to emerge last night, followed by Sailing Logic's Beneteau First 40 Lancelot

Farewell to Jaguar Logic

After over 10 years of hard service to Sailing Logic, Jaguar Logic is moving on, for a well deserved change of scene! At the end of March she will be relocating to her new home in Dartmouth where she will be raced by a local crew, who are hoping the sleek Reflex 38 will dominate the local club racing scene! Jaguar Logic has proved herse

Caribbean 600. Day 3

Day 3: Morning report.  Overnight (for us) the crews have been mainly reaching South - hopefully allowing everyone to get some well deserved rest.   EHO1 have nearly caught up Lancelot 2 on the water (again, their longer waterline length will have helped with boat speed), and for the same reason Quokka has extended her lead on Lancelot 2