Winners of RORC 600 Caribbean Series

The Caribbean 600 of RORC series was held in the early part of 2019 and by February this event is completed for the hundreds of sailors and professionals who come to participate in this race. This year it was the 11th edition that covered the course of 600 nautical miles which circumnavigates a total of eleven islands in the Caribbean region.

The winners of this year’s race were the team called Volvo 70 which was raced by Peter and David Askew; this racing team was able to collect a trophy for the best-corrected racing time. In the multihull category, the Gunboat 62 team of John Gallagher reached the best prize whereas Earendil of France, run by Class 40 of Catherine Pourre’s team was able to win in this division and made an entry here that was a record-setting one.

Further Price Drop On Inace Motorboat ‘Far, Far Away’

The 36.57-meter long explorer yacht Far, Far Away, listed for sale by John DeCaro from All Ocean Yachts, has had a further price reduction of $ 950,000. The yacht has many impressive features that you should know about.

The main body of ‘Far, Far Away’ is built in steel and aluminum that make it strong and impressive by Inace and it has been designed by Luiz de Basto. She was delivered to its owner in the year 2012. The of yacht adds a modern touch to the traditional explorer yacht profile while retaining its essential features like it has a robust arc, a large area forward with a 2-ton crane to store two big bids and large storage volumes for long-distance cruising.

Oman Air Confident Of Better Finish To 2017 Season

The concluding leg of the Extreme Sailing Series for the 2017 season is all set to start. Team Oman Air is pretty confident that they will have a very good time in the last part of the series and they will finish on a high. The finale of the Extreme Sailing Series is held in Los Cabos in Mexico and there are double points up for grabs in the final series. This is what all the teams are looking at to gain vital points and move up the ladder. The title race is sure going to go the distance as there is no clear-cut winner at this stage.


The Oman Air is currently in the second position and there are just five points behind the series leaders and inform the SAP Team. The Oman Air is not worried about this big lead that the Danish SAP team has over them and also do not want to think too much into how close the Swiss champions Alinghi is. The defending champions are just one point adrift Team Oman Air. So, there is no doubt that the Mexico leg is do-or-die for the top three.


Top teams in the Match Racing Cup are running riot after Day Two of Round Robin. RNZYS Youth Training Programme’s James Wilson has had the best record so far. Day One was wet but today was even wetter, with gusty winds of 15-25 knots and limited visibility.

Despite the weather conditions, Wilson was not slowing down at all. He won six games yesterday and won further six to make it 12-2. Ahead of the quarters, he ended the Round Robin stage as the top team.

Finn Tapper continued his decent performances today, notching up four more wins today. He ended the Round Robin stage with an 11-3 scorecard. The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia skipper has financial issues but they did not let that affect them so much in the event.

RNZYS Performance Programme’s Nick Egnot-Johnson continued with three more wins today. His 9-5 scorecard ensured he continued into the next stage of the competition. Their only loss of the day was against Leonard Takahashi.

RNZYS PP’s Takahashi have nine wins but will continue with one more tomorrow. He is set to finish with a 10-5 scorecard when he completes his Round Rubin. He could have reached the target today but he lost out in an intense race with Long Beach Yacht Club’s Trent Turigliatto. It was quite dramatic due to the conditions and then he was penalized by mistake as the umpires raised the wrong flag. Despite losing by half a boat length, the skipper said it was fun. He is expected to make the next stage after his meeting tomorrow against Clare Costanzo.

Frankie Dair from Kerikeri Cruising Club team won four more races to complete a scorecard of 8-6 in the Round Robin stage. They have never sailed together before but have performed well in such a big event.

John Lynch, Tom Picot, James Farquharson, Trent Turigliatto, Charlotte Griffin, Alastair Grifford and Nicholas Rozenauers are not likely not make it past the Round Robin stage based on their performances so far.