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Round Ireland Race update - passed Fastnet Rock

Our Arthur Logic crew on the Round Ireland Race have completed about a third of the race and passed the iconic Fastnet Rock yesterday, almost alongside team-mates Phosphorus.The race started on Saturday at 2pm with light airs meaning the entire fleet were kept close together. Unable to deliver their optimum boat speed due to the light winds, Arthur

Puma Logic wins Round The Island Race SchoolBoat Trophy

Puma Logic, our Reflex 38, took part in the JPMorgan Asset Management Round The Island Race at the weekend. It is currently due to be her last race with Sailing Logic, but she lived up to expectations and under Tim's expert guidance earned some more silverware, presented by Sir Ben Ainslie.After 10 hours 19 minutes of racing, this was one of the sl

RB&I - Ross works a miracle!

Training Weekend Blog written by Simon.The Round Britain and Ireland 2014 crew were all delighted to be aboard Scarlet Logic for the training weekend Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th June. Scarlet was unloaded from a Sevenstar cargo ship, returning from the Caribbean, on Thursday afternoon in Southampton. By Friday evening Ross Applebey our s

Round Britain & Ireland campaign underway - Thunder, Lightning and windholes!

Our team of adventurous offshore racing crew on the Round Britain & Ireland campaign met for the first time last Friday. Simon, Richard, Ross (skipper), Jess, Jen, Mark (first mate), Martin, Helen and Barry (L-R pictured) and Timmy.Crew member Simon's race blog:Sailing Logic Round Britain and Ireland Team 2014  - Thunder, lightning and win

Round Ireland team take 3rd in DeGuingand Bowl

The crew of Sailing Logic's Round Ireland campaign team have now completed all the training and qualifiers ahead of the Round Ireland Race. Racing on board Arthur Logic, one of Sailing Logic's two brand new Beneteau First 40s under the guidance of skipper Nick Martin and first mate Jen Smyth, the team have come together well.Together they have now