Sailing Logic Blog

Truly a RaceForAll

The JP Morgan Asset Management Round The Island Race calls itself the Race For All – and it really is!Sailing Logic entered two teams of individuals on board our Beneteau First 40s Arthur and Lancelot. Both teams were crewed by regular Sailing Logic racing skippers (Mason King and Andy Horrocks) with both first mates (Bella Mather and Fiona Walker)

Who takes the Arthur Logic RTI Tankard...?

Blog from skipper Mason KingThe crew of Arthur Logic set out for training on Friday morning in preparation for the RTIR 2015.  The group of 7 immediately got on well and roles were allocated.  After a briefing on the next days race, a great meal at Lugley's in Cowes was followed by a reasonably early night before a 0530 wak

Team Jackie takes on the Round The Island Race

In a challenge to beat all others, Sailing Logic are proud to host eight (yes 8!) yachts for “Team Jackie”. A fantastic race within a race, for very good cause.Instigator, Mark Richardson threw down the gauntlet and Hugh Vyvyan (Saracen’s Director) was the first to take up the challenge.It all started when Mark Richardson’s wife, Jackie, passed awa

Fastnet Training weekend 2 – Dark and Stormy

Blog from Simon on Arthur Logic: "A weekend of changes; Nick is away enjoying himself, blasting around Solent's J Cup courses – hopefully building his winning streak to transfer to Arthur, so Jim has joined us for the day on Saturday as our locum skipper. Anna arrives onboard and completes our crew of 10, so for all those hopefuls wishing to j

Becoming a Confident Skipper - Part 3

How to become a Confident Skipper – part 3In the previous parts of our becoming a confident skipper blog, we looked at two fundamental principles – knowing where you are and where the hazards are, and gaining further practical sailing experience.Once you have amassed a varied experience, fixed a few things whilst on the move and become used to all