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RORC Caribbean 600 2016 Blog 4 – End of Day 2 Racing and it’s too close to call!

As the two Sailing Logic crews taking part in the RORC Caribbean 600 come to the end of their second day at sea, the racing simply couldn’t be any closer! Since yesterday’s blog, both boats have sailed up through the Anguilla Channel to Tintamerre which is the most northerly point of the course, then they have born away to pass down the eastern

RORC Caribbean 600 2016 Blog 2 - Training Update

They say a picture paints a thousand words. Well, that's just as well because when I asked various crew members for a training update, all I got from literally everyone was "It's amazing!", "Everyone on the team is awesome!" and "Can't talk now, there's a party to go to!". Enjoy these pictures and get ready for tracking watching from 11am Antigua t

RORC Caribbean 600 2016 Blog - Crews arrive in Antigua and training gets under way

16 crew members eager to sail in the beautiful blue clear Caribbean waters assembled in Antigua Yacht Club Marina yesterday morning ready for the first training day of their RORC Caribbean 600 campaign on our two Beneteau First 40’s,  Arthur Logic and Lancelot II. After a safety brief from their skippers, both teams headed out for some pr

Countdown to the 8th RORC Caribbean 600

The Caribbean 600 hasn’t been in the calendar for very long but it’s already a firm favourite with our skippers and crews thanks to its reputation for blue water, big winds and waves and a course which winds its way round nine Caribbean islands – there’s never a dull moment on a 600! For the 2016 event, we’ll have two of our Beneteau First 40s

RORC Caribbean 600 - it's all over!

Today’s exciting news is that both Sailing Logic yachts Lancelot II (a Beneteau First 40) and Profile Logic (a Beneteau 40.7) have finished the RORC Caribbean 600 in 4th and 5th place respectively and are now enjoying some sleep (and probably some rum) in Antigua – and well deserved it is too! Congratulations to Scarle