Sailing Logic Blog

Fastnet 2013 Round Up

Phew – what a race! All 12 Sailing Logic yachts completed the race with no injuries, minor boat damage but LOTS of stories and TWO trophies! Probably our most successful Fastnet Campaign to date. 30 family and friends joined us on the spectator RIBs to get up close to the action at the start – it was an electric atmosphere with boats of all shapes

Phew - what a weekend!

Puma Logic and Jaguar Logic both competed in the RORC De Guingand Bowl, a 120NM race to Guernsey at the weekend. For many yachts this was one of their Fastnet qualifiers, but Puma, skippered by Peter Burwood with Anna W enjoying her first taste of life as a first mate for Sailing Logic, was sailed with a crew of individuals with a mix of inshore an

Caribbean 600 - Class Win, again!

Congratulations to the crew of Scarlet Logic for winning IRC Class 2 in the Caribbean RORC 600 for the second year running! The class was extremely competitive with a number of our regular charter competitors in the fleet including Northern Child and Quokka. Skippers Tim and Ross led Scarlet Logic’s crew who (in true Sailing Logic style) had never

ARC Under 1000 miles to go!

Now on Day 11, Scarlet Oyster our yacht for the RORC Caribbean 600 and Heineken St Maarten Regatta has just 800NM to go and is leading Racing Division B by a considerable margin! They won the ARC last year and then went on to win the Caribbean 600 - so let's hope this is a sign of things to come!! There are still places available on Scarlet O

Sailing Logic collect RORC Silverware

Saturday night was the highlight of the RORC racing calendar - the Prizegiving Dinner! The 200 attendees gathered at the stunning venue of One Great George Street (Westminster) the fully attired in black tie, with not a hint of Musto in sight! Sailing Logic were proud to collect two stunning trophies... The Emily Verger Plate for winning the IRC