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Day Skipper to Confident Skipper (Part 1)

RYA courses are brilliant at covering a HUGE amount of information in a short amount of time. They are intense, great fun and completely absorbing.  After completing an RYA Day Skipper course you will have been taught the necessary skills to skipper a yacht (by day in familiar waters). However, you may have been taught it but how much

Profile Logic wins again!

Antigua Sailing Week Day 2 - Jacko and team Profile Logic win again!Extract From the official press release:The second day of Antigua Sailing Week was blessed with cracking conditions with well over a thousand sailors returning to shore, grinning from ear to ear after a spectacular day on the water. The south-easterly breeze often softens the wi

ASW Sailing Logic wins on Day 1

With clear blue skies and tropical heat, the Pearns Point Round Antigua Race was a gentle introduction for close to 40 international teams, racing 52 nautical miles around Antigua. The relatively light wind of 12-15 knots conspired to create a slow race, but the weather was absolutely fantastic and the race was an ideal way to tune up for Antigua S

Ready for Antigua Sailing Week

The Sailing Logic team have all arrived safely in Antigua ready for Antigua sailing Week and training is underway (as well as some rum drinking judging by the photos!) Day 1 report from skipper Jacko:"Good day training today, light 8-12 knots of breeze which was a great way to see how the team fitted together. All in all everyone did really we

Make the most of your Bank Holidays

So it’s nearly the May Bank Holiday and, let’s face it, the best thing about a Bank Holiday is that its time off work to go sailing! So here’s Sailing Logic’s handy guide to "What Sailing is on the Bank Holidays" Early May Bank Holiday - May 4th Race Development Course (May 1-3):  A Friday - Sunday course so you still have Monday

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