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Where's the Wind? - Hamble Winter Series

At the half way point the Hamble Winter Series can only be described as Light! The Winter Sun has been shining, the temperatures have been warm, there hasn’t been a spot of rain – but also there hasn’t been much wind! Most of the racing has taken place in 5-7 knots (gusting 11!).(Interestingly most Mondays have been quite breezy – we could do with

Professional Yachtmasters - Where are they now?

Whilst many sailing schools offer a fastrack Yachtmaster programme, Sailing Logic were the first to shake things up and offer a programme which was designed to offer various types of sailing – including racing - and guarantee work experience opportunities. Sailing Logic’s Professional Yachtmaster Development Programme (PYMDP) was designed around

Arthur in Bayona

Over the weekend, Arthur and crew enjoyed a short stop in Camarinas, making the most of the opportunity to dry out, have a boat tidy up and enjoy some tapas, they even managed to find a TV showing the rugby!They then made a 71NM hop South to Bayona, whilst they wait out a passing storm, caused by a Low Pressure system in the Atlantic which should

Tapas in Camarinas

The latest update from our ‘roving reporter’ Prue is that Arthur and crew have passed La Coruna and are heading towards Camarinas. The crew have successfully navigated around the Bay of Biscay, and whilst they have avoided the strong winds, the residual sea state has been fairly rough, although abating. Today however Prue reports that “T

The Adventures of Arthur

Arthur Logic, Sailing Logic's First 40 has left the UK and is underway on the beginning of the delivery legs down to the Canary Islands ahead of the ARC Race start.The crew for delivery leg 1 comprises:Skipper Richard Oswald who is the previous owner of the beautiful Coral of Cowes classic sailing yacht, First mate is our very own Prue (so All

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