Sailing Logic Blog

It's getting serious now

Blog from the boat - written by Mags:"We changed watch at about 10:00 and we've got about 14 knots of wind off Ballycotton Bay. Up the rebels!! Sea conditions are manageable and we have the company of a few boats around us as we tack across each other, including catamaran Bare Necessities.There has been a lot of rain and with it wind. The fact that

Arthur Logic Race Update

Blog From Mags:"We had a fair, over the line start to the day, took us South along the beautiful East Coast from Wicklow Harbour. The Navy were on one end of the line, with Wicklow Harbour Lighthouse on the other.As all the monohulls started together there were over 60 boats on the start line which was exciting! I got personally emotional at the st

Warsash Spring Series - A skippers report

Blog written by Mason King, race skipper and coach: This weekend saw Rocket Dog II and her crew racing in the third Warsash Spring Series weekend, with a day’s training on Saturday followed by the real thing on Sunday. Conditions were perfect for training with a steady 12 - 15 knots of wind, enough to make it interesting and testing at times,

Sun, sailing, sheets and sandbanks

Written by guest blogger and crew member Steve: It’s a funny thing sailing. Unless you are fortunate enough to own a yacht, or are chartering, then you choose to get bundled up with a bunch of strangers for a number of days to whom you entrust your safety and with whom you share your valuable spare time doing something you love.  You eat to

RORC Caribbean 600 2016 Blog 5 – Crew blog and Update from Arthur Logic

By crew member Sue on Arthur Logic: The battle of the Sailing Logic skippers is hotter than ever! Lancelot II were just ahead of us on the water after a long hard night on the rail.  The leg from St Barths to Guadeloupe was in East – South – East wind so it was 16 hours at 45 degrees on a long 140 mile beat averaging between 8 and 10 kn