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Zut Alors!

Arthur Logic’s RORC race to St Malo Crew Blog from Simon H. A glorious sunny day as we get under way down the Solent – shorts and lightweight gear is the rig of the day. Caught in the pack at the start, we push hard to make up places; it’s going to be a drag race to St Malo. Starting with the wind from the southeast, it helps us press on down

ARC Day 2 - they're off!

After a 24 hour postponement, the 2014 ARC Transatlantic race is well underway now! Watch systems will have started and the crew will hopefully be settling down into their on-board routine for the next 2700 miles!News from the fleet this morning is that our two yachts, Lancelot II and Profile Logic are favouring different tactics, with Profile head

Over Halfway in Round Ireland!

Since yesterday’s update Arthur Logic have passed the halfway mark!   Monster Project the Volvo 70 is leading on the water and heading East along the North Coast, although most of the fleet are still tacking their way up the West Coast. Judging by the wide tacking angles the breeze obviously died overnight and Arthur are currently

Round Ireland Race update - passed Fastnet Rock

Our Arthur Logic crew on the Round Ireland Race have completed about a third of the race and passed the iconic Fastnet Rock yesterday, almost alongside team-mates Phosphorus.The race started on Saturday at 2pm with light airs meaning the entire fleet were kept close together. Unable to deliver their optimum boat speed due to the light winds, Arthur

Round Ireland team take 3rd in DeGuingand Bowl

The crew of Sailing Logic's Round Ireland campaign team have now completed all the training and qualifiers ahead of the Round Ireland Race. Racing on board Arthur Logic, one of Sailing Logic's two brand new Beneteau First 40s under the guidance of skipper Nick Martin and first mate Jen Smyth, the team have come together well.Together they have now

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