Sailing Logic Blog

RORC Offshore racing round up

Halfway through the annual offshore racing calendar and Sailing Logic are currently 3rd overall in the RORC Series IRC2 (and 12th, 14th and 28th too!) 3rd placed Rocket Dog 2 had a fantastic start to the year with 3rd place in the RORC Cervantes Race, an early May drift / spanking across the Channel to Le Havre. Alternating squalls of 25knot

RORC Channel Race - the last qualifier!

Well done to Team Winston Logic who did particularly well, finishing 5th in class and the 1st First 40 of six in the class.  They established an early lead on their class rivals on the first leg out of the Solent.  Light winds (c10 knts) and an up-tide start made for slow progress and the fleet divided, with tacticians choosing

St Malo Race Round-Up

What an exciting downwind race! Unlike the previous few years of driftathon racing, this year’s RORC St Malo race was a real challenge for both crews and boats.First Mate Ollie on Winston explains, “The angles meant we were always on the edge – never a simple, straight downwind run.” It was a quick reach out of the Solent and this set the pace

Sailing Logic Wins Class in Antigua

When your discard is a 3rd place, you know you are doing well! After the discard, every other result for Profile Logic in Antigua Sailing Week is a 1st place – leaving Profile Logic with a total score of just 7 points – the best possible score from 7 races and a comfortable class win. Sailing Logic’s team was brilliantly skippered by Chris

Antigua Crew Blog - From Jade

Crew Blog from Jade T."What a week it's been!Full of training, racing, partying and poolside cocktails. We had a blinding start with the Antigua Round The Island Race. Two days of good training - and Jacko's tactics! - got us together as a team earning us 3rd overall and 1st in our class. Not to mention a bit of sunburn all round from the brutal su