Sailing Logic Blog

ARC 2015 Blog Day 3

Good Afternoon to all the Arthur Logic followers!It’s day 3 of the ARC already so the crew sea legs should be developed by now and everyone will be practicing their driving in the ocean swell. It’s still a bit windy for the spinnaker but the team are averaging around 8 knots and making great progress under the poled out headsail. It’s a r

Pudsey's Blog

Blog from Pudsey Bear. "Hello to all from our 9th crew member, that’s me, Pudsey Bear!  Now that the sea state is just about calm enough to use the laptop rather than it being flung somewhere across the boat I am able to use my big yellow paws to type.  Just over 24 hours in and finally I think most of us are starting to smile.&

The ARC 2015 – They’re Off

Racing has begun on the 2800NM ARC Transatlantic Rally! After 6 weeks of delivery adventures, stowing a mountain of food and water and introductions to the crew, Arthur Logic is finally ready for her transatlantic crossing.Tim Scarisbrick who has completed MANY ARC crossings is the skipper, ably assisted by first mate Ollie Heer, our Professional Y

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

ARC blog from crew member Richard

Ok boys and girls after climbing Mount Everest and the highest peaks in Holland this trip comes close as a first class experience. I've managed to bring our skipper back from near death after suffering from serious man flu but don't you guys worry I had LEMSIP which was very lucky indeed. We eventually put the fishing lines out Olly lost t