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South of Orion's Sword

On baord of RED -Mathias Müller von Blumencron´s Class 40 in the middle of the doldrums at Friday morning (1st Dec): Read more

800 miles of separation

Different strategies in tackling the complex weather scenario for the RORC Transatlantic Race have caused a huge spread in the fleet, with boats 800 miles across the Atlantic Ocean, north to south. Read more

South pays in RORC Transatlantic Race

The record fleet in the RORC Transatlantic Race (1st leg of the westbound Atlantic Anniversary Regatta) have been at sea for five days now, and all of the 22 yachts still racing have turned their bows south towards Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina on the spice island of Grenada. Read more

Varuna Retires from the RORC Transatlantic Race

Day 4 Race Update: 1000 GMT 28 November 2017 In the early hours of Monday 27th November, Jens Kellinghusen's German Ker 56 Varuna was leading the charge north of the rhumb line in the RORC Transatlantic Race - the first leg of the Atlantic Anniversary Regatta - and estimated to be leading the race... Read more

370 MILES OF SEPARATION - DAY THREE

As dawn broke on the third day of the RORC Transatlantic Race, the northerly route across the Atlantic looks to be the favourite for many of the 23 teams taking part in the race. Jens Kellinghusen's German Ker 56 Varuna leads the charge towards the low pressure system which has attracted the fleet... Read more