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RORC St Malo Race 2017 - Report from the Race Course

This weekend saw six Sailing Logic First 40s take part in the RORC St Malo Race – a 150 mile race from the Royal Yacht Squadron’s start line to St Malo, via the Casquets and Les Hanois lighthouses. When 180 yachts take part in a race including a beat down the Western Solent towards the Needles in 15 knots of breeze, you know you are going t

RORC Caribbean 600 2017 - Blog 3

What a difference a day makes! The wind has been slowly dying and the sea state calming down in the Caribbean Sea. A bit different to bouncing up the side of Sint Maarten! The last 24 hours have seen Arthur Logic stay mainly on the same southerly heading in light north easterly breeze as they sailed past Monserrat and then the west coast of Gua

RORC Caribbean 600 2017 – Blog 2

Good morning Blog Watchers! Team Arthur are currently under spinnaker in 12knot of NW breeze just above Redonda and about half way about the course. It’s been a tricky 24 hours for them – mid morning yesterday saw them under a big rain squall which stayed with them for quite a while. ‘Biblical’ was Jacko’s description! Philippe sent us some gre

RORC Caribbean 600 2017 - Blog 1

The 2017 edition of this amazing offshore race around nine islands in the beautiful Caribbean sea got underway at lunchtime yesterday. Arthur Logic, co-skippered by Chris ‘Jacko’ Jackson and Philippe Falle, with a multinational crew of Jane, Claire, Bradley, Les, Dmitriy, Alexander, David and Jim -  two Russians, two Irish, four Brits, an

Galahad develop tea-manship

Race blog from Mag Leahy, Galahad.RORC St. Malo 2015 got off to a calm start at 9:30am on Friday 10th of July, team Galahad were focused and together. An addition of Anna to the team, bringing us to 10 for Fastnet, was seamless, she fits right in. Talented at sleeping anywhere and waking alert in seconds, she was a useful and pleasant team player.