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CQS GO SOUTH - DAY TWO

Ludde Ingvall's Australian Maxi CQS leads the fleet on the water and having now raced over 200 miles and left Tenerife to port, as required by the Sailing Instructions, the next mark of the course is 3,000 miles away. Read more

Gentle Start….not for long

Prior to the start of the 2017 RORC Transatlantic Race you could feel the apprehension amongst the 200 competitors taking part. After months of planning and preparation, it was time for the record fleet of 23 yachts from nine different countries to cast off lines and take on the challenge of the... Read more

Today is the day

Today marks a special day in the calendar of every AAR competitor and everyone associated with this race. Today sees the start of AAR westbound, leading the yachts from Lanzarote to Grenada. Here is a last update and how to follow the race. Read more

Feisty Start Predicted

Gerald Bibot will be competing in the 2017 RORC Transatlantic Race with his Belgian 42ft Catamaran Zed 6. Gerald is the founder of Great Circle which produces weather routing programme Squid. Read more

Diverse Fleet, one goal

Departing from Marina Lanzarote at noon on the 25th November, a record 23 yachts will compete in the 2017 RORC Transatlantic Race - the first leg of the Atlantic Anniversary Regatta. Read more