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Scarlet Logic back for Fastnet

Sailing Logic are delighted to announce we are partnering with Scarlet Oyster for the Rolex Fastnet 2013! Building on the success of our partnership in the Caribbean, where we won the RORC Caribbean 600 and came 2nd in the Heineken St Maarten Regatta (and scored the fornt cover of Yachting World!), we are again teaming up with Ross Applebey and his

RORC Morgan Cup - crew blog from Visit Malta Puma

by Alastair W. I chose Sailing Logic to do the Round Ireland Race which leaves Wicklow in June because of their excellent track record. The RORC Morgan Cup is part of our training programme and was set as a downwind start from Cowes past the Needles to a turning mark off Lulworth Cove, upwind back towards St Catherines Point, downwi

Fastnet Round Up

The Fastnet was a truly epic event - for the competitors, spectators and the shore-support team alike! The race was an interesting mix of strong winds to periods of near flat calm, to test the crews patience as well as physical strength! All the yachts reported dolphins accompanying them for much of the race - a delilghtful sight which motivat

Sailing Logic on Quokka wins the RORC St Malo!

  Congratulations to the Sailing Logic team on Quokka 8, a Grand Soleil 43, who won the recent RORC St Malo race by a huge margin! The team have finally tasted the victory that they have been training so hard for. The season didn't start so well when boat damage forced them to retire from the Myth of Malham/Eddystone Race in May just on the

Visit Malta Puma leads the Sailing Logic Fastnet Fleet...

  The Fastnet Campaign 2011 has seen our seven (yes, seven!) teams undergo two training weekends and compete in 3 offshore races. All 7 of our yachts are racing in Class IRC2 - a highly competitive fleet of about 50 yachts in most races. Through these events and the Sailing Logic socials, a friendly sense of rivalry has been developing and so