Varuna third over the line

“It was rough and very wet”, commented Jens Kellinghusen, owner of Varuna after a well-deserved welcome to Antigua. The crew of the black canting keel Ker-design had just secured third place over the line after having been ranked first over all up until few miles off the finish. Read more

Rambler 88 takes line honors

As the majority of the fleet is battling through the second night of this extraordinarily tough edition of the Caribbean 600, it is finest hour for the crew of American Maxi and AAR-competitor Rambler 88 by George David. The silver-grey rocket-ship crossed the finish line in Antigua on Wednesday... Read more

Guts and a glimmer of glory

The strong conditions experienced at the start of the RORC Caribbean 600 continued through the first night. At 06:00 AST on 20 February 12 yachts have officially retired from the race. Reports of wind speed in the region of 30 knots, with gusts of up to 40 knots are being reported by crew in the... Read more

Strong winds take first toll

Strong trade-winds made for a spectacular start of the 10th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600. A record 84 yachts started the 2018 RORC Caribbean 600 in Antigua yesterday; among which are 17 AAR-competitors. The impressive armada set off in unstable conditions with squalls producing a wind range of...
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Well prepared into the unknown

Today marks the start of the iconic RORC Caribbean 600. Numerous AAR-Crews are in this 10th edition of the RORC Caribbean 600 and we managed to catch up with some of them just before they left the dock. Read more