Kevin Escoffier’s Team Holcim – PRB (SUI) led the Cape Town In-Port Race from start to finish in Cape Town.
By dawn on day four of the RORC Caribbean 600, 29 teams had finished the race with nearly all of them crossing the finish line in a hectic overnight period.
Roy P. Disney’s Pyewacket 70 (USA) has taken Monohull Line Honours in the 2023 RORC Caribbean 600 in an elapsed time of 42 hours 45 mins 06 secs.
MOD70 Zoulou sailed by Erik Maris of France won Multihull Line Honours in the 2023 RORC Caribbean 600 by just 11 seconds.
At the RORC Caribbean 600 seventy boats started racing under IRC, Class40 and MOCRA Rules at 11:00 AST on Monday 20 February.
Overall winner of the 2022 RORC Caribbean 600 is Christopher Sheahan’s Pac52 Warrior Won (USA)
Winner of the MOCRA Class after time correction is Giovanni Soldini’s Maserati Multi70 Maserati (ITA)
Jason Carroll’s MOD 70 Argo (USA) crossed the finish line of the RORC Caribbean 600 to take Multihull Line Honours and set a new Multihull Race Record of 29 hours, 38 mins, 44 secs
Tropical heat, moderate trade winds and ocean swell provided superb racing conditions for the first day and night of action in the 2022 RORC Caribbean 600.
Seventy-four teams with over 700 sailors from 32 countries started the 13th edition of the The Royal Ocean Racing Club’s 600-mile race around 11 Caribbean islands
Seventy-five boats are entered for the RORC Caribbean 600 which starts on Monday 21 February in Antigua, racing around 11 islands in the Caribbean.