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RORC Channel Race - Scarlet Logic

Fireworks and Leprechauns  - Blog by crew member by Simon   The day before the race we were loading food aboard Scarlet Logic, Ross, our skipper, comes down to look at our stowage efforts, "We have far too much food onboard" says Ross, "That's because you never let us off the rail to eat it" comments a crew member, demonic laugh

Starboard all the way to St Malo

Friday 11th July, race day, and we are on starboard tack west down the Solent to St Malo, in sunshine and 10 knots of breeze. Dramatically just to windward of Scarlet Logic, Lady Mariposa a beautiful Oyster 625, loses her Code Zero, possibly a halyard breakage, and the crew are going full tilt heaving the sail from the water back on deck.

RB&I - Ross works a miracle!

Training Weekend Blog written by Simon.The Round Britain and Ireland 2014 crew were all delighted to be aboard Scarlet Logic for the training weekend Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th June. Scarlet was unloaded from a Sevenstar cargo ship, returning from the Caribbean, on Thursday afternoon in Southampton. By Friday evening Ross Applebey our s

Round Britain & Ireland campaign underway - Thunder, Lightning and windholes!

Our team of adventurous offshore racing crew on the Round Britain & Ireland campaign met for the first time last Friday. Simon, Richard, Ross (skipper), Jess, Jen, Mark (first mate), Martin, Helen and Barry (L-R pictured) and Timmy.Crew member Simon's race blog:Sailing Logic Round Britain and Ireland Team 2014  - Thunder, lightning and win

Scarlet Logic for RB&I 2014

Scarlet Logic is back for Round Britain & Ireland 2014. Sailing Logic are delighted to confirm that our entry into the 2014 RB&I race is the 48ft Oyster Scarlet Logic skippered by Ross Applebey. This combination has proved a phenomenally successful partnership, having won 1st in Class in the RORC Caribbean 600 in both 2012 and 2013 and 1st