RORC Caribbean 600 start delayed for MOD 70s

Giovanni Soldini and Maserati Multi 70’s Team agree to Team Argo’s request to postpone the start of the RORC Caribbean 600 – Video here

MOD 70 Argo’s participation in RORC Caribbean 600 uncertain

MOD 70 Argo’s participation in the RORC Caribbean 600 is uncertain following the recovery from their capsize on Friday

Meanwhile – In the Golden Globe Race

The Golden Globe round the world race continues for the three remaining competitors, as they head for the finish at a steady 4 to 6 knots, with 2,500 nm still to go

RORC goes with the trend at April’s Easter Challenge

While mixed two handed offshore racing is set to be a new Olympic discipline for Paris 2024, the RORC continues to see a surge in doublehanded participation in its events

Golden Globe Race – Facing the wrong way and running out of food

Golden Globe Race – Stuck in the Doldrums, Uku Randmaa managed to make just 4 miles on Sunday and ended the day with his boat facing the wrong way!

Spindrift 2 bails out of Jules Verne Trophy

Spindrift 2 bails out of Jules Verne Trophy following damage to the structure of the starboard rudder.

Mark Slats completes Golden Globe Race

Dutch sailor Mark Slats and his Rustler 36 Ophen Maverick took second place overall in the 2018 Golden Globe Race last night

Golden Globe Race – Slats in midnight finish

Golden Globe Race – Mark Slats Official ETA to Les Sables d’Olonne finish is now 24:00 hrs local time on Thursday 31 January.

Spindrift heads South

As they enter the 14th day of their attempt on the Jules Verne Trophy record Yann Guichard and his team keep the advantage on record holder IDEC of 361 nm

Van Den Heede wins the Golden Globe Race

Jean-Luc Van Den Heede, finishes the Golden Globe Race at Les Sables d’Olonne after 211 days 23 hours and 40 minutes at sea